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Project Coordinator and partners
Coordinator: Chamber of   Commerce and Industry (Bulgaria)
Partners: Linguistics   Innovation e.U. (Austria), Universita per Stranieri di Siena (Italy),   Universite de Bourgogne (France), ToLingua Escuela de Espanol (Spain), Soros   Educational Center Foundation (Romania), Pressure Line (The Netherlands), KU   TU LTD (Bulgaria), JFdek (UK)
Title & Reference code
TELL ME A  STORY: MULTILINGUAL INTERACTIVE LEARNING FOR TOURIST GUIDES / 531009-LLP-1-2012-1-BG-KA2-KA2MP
Language
BG, DE, ES, FR, HU, IT, NL, RO
Duration
2012-2014
Description
Tell Me a Story’ is a European Lifelong Learning Project that developed a series of interesting urban stories related to different cities and regions in Europe to be used in tour guiding. It created innovative methods and tools   for multilingual learning targeted at tourist guides, using the vehicle of   storytelling. The project's concept is built upon the understanding that regions and cities of Europe need to become more language-friendly environments, in  which the existing diversity of language and cultures is not only audible but   also used to good effect. Key facilitators for intercultural dialogue in   local dimensions and for cultural promotion are the tourist guides. As a result, their multilingual knowledge and their intercultural skills become essential. The project developed innovative language learning materials   adapted to the needs of the professional tour guides in 8 languages: BG, DE,   ES, FR, HU, IT, NL, RO, with pertinent cultural input, Common European Framework   at Levels A1-A2 and created a user friendly e-learning space by using methods   of autonomous and informal learning.
Key words
Storytelling, tour guiding
Link to the project's website
Other interesting information
Interest for the project
5/5
Contributor´s name + email
SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education / golfo.kateva@synthesis-center.com, alexis@synthesis-center.com
Co-funded by The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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