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Title of the Project
Faust: Interpretation in zwei Sprachen / Faust : Interpretation in Two languages
Brief description
The text of Faust was used for creative interpretation to raise interest to learning German.

Coordinator:

Jonavos Senamiescio gimnazija

Lilita Urbanaviciene


Jonava

Tel: +370 349 51088

senamiestis@centras.lt
Country
Lithuania
Year
2005
Target Language
German, Lithuanian
Sector
School Education
Further Information

THE INITIATIVE PROMOTER’S PERSPECTIVE

Background

In 2003 teachers and students of Jonava's gymnasium created a Lithuanian- German theater idea, that was developed and implemented in the following year, first in Lithuanian, and later in German

Objectives

- to develop the students' German skills while performing and interpreting the texts ( monologues ) of Goethe's Faust;
- to encourage reflections ( interpretation)
- to learn more by comparing various interpretations of Faust

Approach

The project was based on encouraging the students'involvement and creativity, at the second stage of the project , there was a lot of cooperation between teachers of arts and music, as ell as of teachers of languages

Results

All the objectives were achieved.

Why the European Language Label?

The project encourage self-expression and development of language ( German) skills

THE NELLIP NETWORK’S PERSPECTIVE

Consistency with European Policies in the field of Language Learning

Integrated learning of languages and subjects

Consistency with European, National and yearly priorities

focus of combining lerning languages with other subjects, extensive use of foreign and native languages

THE NATIONAL AGENCY’S PERSPECTIVE

Motivations

the project encouraged innovative ways of learning languages, developed pupils creativity

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Date: 2014.09.26

Posted by Irina Tuminiene (Lithuania)

Message: The project demonstrates a way to cooperate between the teacher of different subjects

21 December 2014

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