In general, there are expected results during the integrated curriculum activities, but also outside this controlled environment.

The expected results throughout the project:

Of the students supported by teachers

  • The project’s logo

  • The historical presentation of the city over the last two centuries

  • Quizzes on historical topics (history/ICT)

  • Puzzles/ other educational games with UNESCO objectives (geography/ ICT/history)

  • Theatre play about the refugee crisis /other historical  theme (native language/English)

  • Thematic exhibitions to celebrate the national days of the six countries.

  • Photography exhibitions with photos taken over the last century

  • Leaflet with stories from the last 60 years told by senior citizens

  • Fashion parade of the 1920s- 1960s with costumes made from recycled materials or with clothing items from their parents’ or grandparents’ closet.

  • Two virtual libraries which will contain:

    • Myths/legends, wedding and baptism traditions, Christmas /Easter traditions

    • UNESCO history, regional/national objectives regarding the cultural/ natural /immaterial heritage of mankind

  • Studying the life and work of a famous painter , musician or writer from the past two centuries (music/ arts/ native language/ English)
  • a virtual album with the works of the studied painters (ICT)
  • a CD with the works of the studied musicians (music and ICT)
  • a leaflet with the works of the studied writers/authors
  • documentation visits (universities, libraries, Europe Direct centre, Cultural Centers etc.)
  • Thematic visits (UNESCO objectives, historical and cultural objectives)
  • Documentaries
  • History lessons held in history museums
  • Padlets (click here to see details) containing the products made by the students during the curriculum integrated activities
  • A collection of information about the most discoveries / inventions from the six partners schools from the last two centuries.
  • Conference – “The history of the European Union. Human Rights” (LLT- Latvia)
  • Conference – “The impact of the refugee crisis on today’s society. Equality and inclusion strategies” (LLT- Portugal)
  • Conference – “The impact on society of joining / exiting the European Unio” (LLT- Greece)

Of the teachers

  • “Methodological Guide for a non-formal and integrated approach of History” – containing the 60 curriculum integrated lessons and the 48 non-formal activities.
  • A minimum of 10 curriculum integrated lessons – to different subjects  (for each country)
  • A minimum of 8 non-formal activities including active participative methods to develop creativity and critical thinking
  • Workshops to specialize in modern teaching-learning methods (locally and international good practices exchange in LLT)
  • One E-twinning subproject (“Human Rights= Migrants Rights”)
  • The site of the project
  • The project’s diary