Day of European Languages

26th September 2015

We’d like to celebrate the  Day of European Languages by sending postcards to other 21 schools around Europe. Each country has sent 5 postcards to each school with a little text written in our mother tongues, in our case, Catalan and Spanish.

Here you are the photos of our students writing the postcards last week and the videos some students have recorded presenting themselves to the other European schools.

The display with the postdacrds we have reeived so far:

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Click on the following three photos to watch the videos:

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Catalan

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 Now we’re looking forward for for the postcards to arrive!

26th September 2009

For the European Day of Languages of this year, our students have carried out 3 different activities:

a) They have exchanged postcards with other schools in Europe in which they had write in their mother tongue:

Hello from Catalonia! My name is _________. I study at the IES Thalassa. I live in __________ .

All the best!!

So far, we have received 20 postcards from Slovenjia, Lithuania, Greece, Belgium, Slovakia, Bulgaria, France, Poland, Romania, Scotland, Wales, Cyprus, Portugal, Czec Republic, Cordoba and Italy, all written in their official languages.

Here you are the nice poster we’ve made with all the postcards we’ve received.

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b) Students have written “Talk to me” in as many languages as possible.

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c) Students said which was their favourite word in a foreign language.


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