The project is part of the Key Action 2 (KA229) – Strategic interschool exchange partnerships to support the exchange of good practices. The project is co-financed by the European Commission (National Agency for Community programs in the field of Education and training) with the amount of 22.119 euros.
The main objective of this project is to promote multilingualism and European cultures and languages. The project encourages the participating schools to use the dubbing technique in teaching foreign languages, a method that improves the skills of writing, reading, speaking, and listening in English, French, and German, but also the less widely used languages in Europe. The project combines the study of foreign languages with information techniques, cinematographic techniques, dubbing, and subtitling.
The project results will consist of a collection of films created and doubled by students, a manual about the practical use of this method in pedagogical practice, promotion on dedicated sites of the project, and an online magazine.
It involves 50 students, 12 teachers, parents, and the local community.