A group of four students
drafted this presentation. Please download also the
music file. It must be on your PC, if you want to listen
Núria's Spring Pages
Núria de Salvador (Spain)
has drafted a site, where you can find out about a number of
activities, her students have worked on already last school
year. They were impressively busy in 2002/03! And they have
already been busy again this school year!
Welcome to Europe
This project was launched by
Birgit Tramnitz (Germany) invites colleagues from EU
member states to draft welcome messages for the new members.
This is a very nice idea, and it is absolutely not time
consuming. Have a look at the page, and if you want to
contribute a welcome message, send an
Halina's Spring Pages
Halina Bednarz (Poland)
and is running a very interesting Spring Day website. You
should not miss it!
Flowers from Europe
Halina Bednarz (Poland)
has collected flowers which are symbolizing the various
Pratscher (Austria) invited
her students to
write poems about their home countries or about themselves.
If you want her to add some poems of your students, just send
She will be more than glad to do include them in the website.
Suzanne Schaefer from the
College Donaustadt and
Susanne Pratscher invited
their students to find
out which stereotypes they have about other nationalities.
European School Systems
Learning more about the
differences in European eduactional systems is really
interesting. Go to a specialized website and improve your
This is a project idea of
Magdalena Bobek (Slovenia) and Noemi Lusi (Italy).
If you have students who enjoy writing articles and reading
texts from colleagues, this will certainly be a good
occasion for them to exchange experiences with many
youngsters all over Europe.
This is another project idea
from Noemi Lusi (Italy) and Nora Nadjarian (Cyprus),
which might be esp. interesting for younger children.
Harry Potter travels around Europe
As the Potter mania is going
on, this suggestion for a project of Noemi Lusi (Italy)
will certainly be welcome by many teachers. I can highly
recommend it for our younger students. When I went to a
Harry Potter lecture with my students in 2000, they
enjoyed it very much.
The adventures of Robinson
Crusoe offer a very good incentive for another Spring Day
project suggested by Noemi Lusi (Italy).
This project idea created by
Noemi Lusi (Italy) is related to last year's
Europe's Little People
This project idea was created
by Magdalena Bobek (Slovenia). It was especially
drafted for younger children and is also related to last
in connection with the
Values Project. This is another really fascinating
suggestion from Noemi Lusi (Italy).
Discover and tell others
As the wish for discovering
something is probably as old as mankind, this project
suggested by Sylvia Binger (Germany) will certainly be fun
for many students in all age groups.
European Language Portfolio
The European Language
Portfolio is seen as an incentive for language learners
first to improve their skills and second to keep track of
the progress in language learning.
Magdalena Bobek (Slovenia)
suggests, that esp. teachers of music might be interested in
making their students familiar with numerous songs from all
For those among your students
who enjoy either cooking or eating or both, this project
initiated by Magdalena Bobek (Slovenia) will certainly be
Furthermore I want to invite
you to have a look at the
European Cook Book which was produced by a project group