Are the languages of neighboring nations so different?
Do we have to use English in order to understand each other?
Are there some same words in both languages?
Is there enough of them so we can meet our basic needs?
Students have become aware of the fact that the diversity between nations is, in fact, diversity between people and that even different languages of the neighboring countries are similar enough to allow communication among the inhabitants.
Students created a school play in which actors are speaking only the words from the No Border Dictionary and presenting situations related to lifestyle and habits of Romanians and Serbs
- Students familiar with the way of life, habits and the system of values of the neighboring nation
- Students empowered for international cooperation
- Level of students digital literacy significantly improved
- Significantly improved students level of English language skills
- Students built a responsible attitude towards collaborative work commitments (fulfillment of obligations, meeting deadlines, flexibility)
- Students trained for research work
- Students visited the capitals of Romania and Serbia
-Quality of No Border site's section where students presented the results of research on the differences between two nations
- All students have successfully used the chosen technology
- In project conduction, the students spoke and wrote in English
- Students followed the deadlines, did their assignments and successfully solved unforeseen problems
- school play presented in Romania and Serbia