The five schools taking part in the project held a joint videoconference at noon on World Book Day, 23 April. Around 60 students and 10 teachers from Denmark, Croatia, Poland, Sweden and the UK shared their experiences in the project so far and talked about some of the books they had read. It was a very exciting event as this was also the first time that all the AMORES schools met online together – previously they had only held bilateral videoconferences.
AMORES project – aimed at developing children’s love for literature – is taking part in World Book and Copyright Day and World Book Night celebrations this year. To mark the occasion, the five European schools taking part in the project will hold a joint videoconference on 23 April at noon to share their experiences in the project.
After the very successful first Poland-Denmark videoconference the next one took place between Karlbergsskolan, Kӧping, Sweden, and Horvati Primary School, Zagreb, Croatia. The Swedish students in 7A presented the e-artefacts they created working on the book Mio My Son by the famous child book writer Astrid Lindgren (the original title is Mio min Mio) to the Croatian students in grade 6.
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