About the project
is a multidisciplinary project in which the participants
will work on the topics of reading motivation and
interpretation of literature. It aims at involving students in activities that will draw their
attention to the enjoyment and usefulness of reading as well
as familiarising them with books read by their peers.
Pupils will take part in a large
scale of cross-curricular activities both processing and
producing literary pieces using various
writing are skills which are practical and bring pleasure to
everyday life, so a set of exercises on developing and
increasing reading and writing techniques will be designed.
Students will have
the opportunity to explore, present and get to know better the
history and human patrimony of each participating country.
to help disseminate the project within local communities,
families, students and teachers.
Official TwinSpace project
to disseminate outcomes.
to choose the project logo.
about reading habits in the beginning of the
at the end of the project.
The members of each book club meet on a regular basics in
each partner school. They are in charge of editing the
literary corner, motivating students not included in the
project to read.
Picture books and posters
about the origins of each country. Students read proposed
deeds and create picture books posters with the help of
to illustrate them.
activities to discuss topics related to literature.
Pen pals activity.
Each student starts out e-mail communication with at least
one student from each of participating countries, sharing
information. It is created a bank of emails, and assigned
each student/group/class a different pen pal. The pen pal
coordinator establishes the times and topics. Teachers
promote spontaneous exchanges as well to enrich the
Each school, after hosting others, will produce a newsletter
to be released before the end of the term itself, to inform
students, teachers and local communities about development
of the project.
Students create a place in schools where they present their
work to other students, teachers and visitors.
The book clubs create a brochure in which they recommend
students reading material.
Reading and translating competition.
In order to familiarize students with the foreign
pronunciation of specific phonemes, and to compare
their English to others.
Bookshop in photos.
Studentsʼ presentation of a famous bookshop.
Creating a play.
Students jointly create a unique piece of writing based on
their experiences and knowledge gained through the project
activities. They make this story come to life through
Students are involved in workshops that will lead them to
create book covers based on information gathered by the book
All through the
project teachers will cooperate and aim at strengthening
their professional development by sharing good practices and
experiences with each other.