Lithuanian workshop

Hello everybody! First of all, Lithuanian group says a  big THANKS for everybody who attended our workshop today. Right here below we have pointed out some guidelines for you in case you would like to use the exercises someday in your future.

1.       Dividing participants into groups.

Drama in the Classroom- Some Reflections

So today we had drama classes and I think they went reasonably well. The class had an overall clever structure. I intend to detail the experience further, but I would first like to explain the overall structure Of the class. The teacher first explained to us- very clearly- what activity we were supposed to do. The class would then carry it out, and the result was always enjoyable, and biased toward a more comedic approach, which contributed to a relaxed atmosphere.

Just to say thank you :)

In order to sum up Tuesday (11.03) I would like to thank our Turkish, German and Lithuanian friends for their vivid participation in the exercises prepared by the Polish group. You've showed us that the combination of English teaching and arts can be a real fun! It was visible that you did your best and it gave us a lot of satisfaction. We felt that our work was not useless and that it can appear to be useful in our and your future teaching carreer.

LETTA Project. First Impression

So far the project has been exciting in the sense of fun and spare time activities, and project task wise. The project had us involved from our very first day in the Oldenburg University. It started with a team building activity, where we had to make international teams and create a lesson plan, which was amazingly fascinating to do with our collegues from Poland and Turkey. Another thing to be mentioned is the lecture on creative writting.

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