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Project Coordinator and partners
Coordinator: KU TU LTD  (Bulgaria)
Partners: FLEP- Formação, Língua  e Estudos Portugueses Lda (Portugal), Fundaţia Centrul Educaţional Soros (Romania),  Inter-kulturo, mednarodni kulturno-izobraževalni center, do.o. (Slovenia), English   Unlimited Sp. z o.o. (Poland), Pressure Line V.O.F. (The Netherlands), Amitie' srl (Italy)
Title & Reference code
Bulgarian, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Polish, Dutch, Italian
SHOPLANG 2.0 is a continuation of the project "SHOPLANG - The Shopping Language Game" and it aims to promote the advantages of learning languages and raise awareness of 4 less widely used and taught languages through the theme of shopping. SHOPLANG 2.0 will focus on Portuguese, Romanian, Polish and Slovenian. The project will use the informal environment of the supermarkets in order to provoke interest in the target languages, help people develop some partial skills in understanding basic information and encourage them to take up further language learning.
In achieving this goal the 4 target languages will be promoted within massive language campaigns in supermarkets based on specially developed language activities and games related to the theme of shopping and focused on product labels. The events will be projected on the project website in the form of an online language supermarket allowing people to learn words in the target languages and compete with each other.
Interested people will be directed to resource centres which will be established in all partner countries with materials and information about the target languages and countries.
Key words
Games, super market, shopping, less widely used and taught languages
Link to the project's website
Other interesting information
Interest for the project
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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