Our eTwinning project “Collaborative Vampire Stories Writing”

We are just about to finish our eTwinning project entitled: “Collaborative Vampire Stories Writing” which we have done together with schools from France, Turkey, Spain, Belgium and Italy. It was fun! We have got to know new people from other European countries, we have developed new skills – both soft skills and language competence. Here is the link to our TwinSpace, where you can see some of the stories created by international teams: https://twinspace.etwinning.net/91378/home

5 Responses to Our eTwinning project “Collaborative Vampire Stories Writing”

  1. This project was very good. I really enjoyed it because I could make project with people who I couldn’t talk to in my native language. I’m happy that I could meet new people and get to know them. Also writing a story is a very good exercise for us to challenge our language skills.

  2. Grażyna Mazurkiewicz

    I had really great time during this project. It was fun to talk to the new people and work with them! Also working on my own creativity and learning new words was really interesting! I hope I’ll have a chance to do something like that again!

  3. It was great experience, everyone could learn something. It was nice, new thing. You can earn many new abilities like working in groups. I would recommend it to everyone.

  4. Hania Rabiniak

    I think this project was very interesting, because we dont have the opportunity to communicate with people from other countries everyday, so it was a fun experience that we could get to know each other better, talk and also learn somethimg new by the way. We could also improve our language. We are from different countries so we could share different phrases etc. It also taught us how to work in a team, everyone had different, new ideas, which gave us a wide range to make history even better. I’m glad I could take part in such a thing. <3

  5. Mela Wychowałek

    I think it was great experience. We had a chance to meet a lot of new people, learn many new things, and learn English not only from books. I’m sure that writing these stories has helped us develop our skills. 😉

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