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Welcome in Belgium

Before C1,the Belgian team prepare activities for the mobility: presentations, icebreaking games, musical and dance performances, display of traditional musical instruments and costumes, traditional dishes made by parents. The events are established in the daily schedule.The practices on the first and last day for teachers and pupils who are actively involved, will disrupt the regular educational program as least as possible. The teachers will be supplanted by their school workmates.The seminars will be performed in centers so that they do not interrupt the usual schedule.Students will be divided proportionally for the events that require class participation.

The mobility is made up of:seminars and introductions given by the Belgian students and teachers will attend meetings in which they present the characteristics of the Belgian an schooling system, class attendance, cultural activities, trips to places of historical and geographical interest where host students will act as guides, evaluation practices and leisure time .

Welcoming the guests with musical and dance performances, display of traditional costumes and musical instruments
Presentation of the school–created by the students
Presentation of the objectives and of the schedule of the meeting (teachers)
Students receive their brochures
Ice-breaker activities for pupils and the initial meeting for Teachers
Evaluation forms about the Belgian culture and education system

Attending litterature classes
Workshop 1 – Belgian litterature
Evaluation 1 – mobile applications to assess the participants’ acquired knowledge

Workshop 2 – History highlights
Evaluation 2 – online tools
Traditional music and dance shows . Students and teachers listen and watch live performances.Belgian students teach their partners traditional dances and sing together.

Attending music classes
Workshop 4:The hosts present a short song from the Belgian traditional repertoire.Participants work in groups to debate the theme, characters, symbols they identify.Then, they are split in teams and create a poster for the song
A cultural evening–parents are invited to witness what has been done throughout the week,traditional dishes are brought for the guests to taste the traditional cuisine.

Final evaluation
Student present their project journals
Conclusions about the characteristics of the Belgian school system

Tangible results:

assessment questionnaires, workshop materials ,participants’ collaborative work :posters, photos; students’ journals; certificates of participation; Europass documents

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Discover here the pictures of this meetings...