The project activities will take place in Avis (Portugal) in 5 days duration.
1. GoPortugal: Presentation of school life and elements that constitute the Portuguese spirit (multimedia display);
2.EuroCulTTalk: Starting up the multilingual glossary. This glossary will contain common communication words and phrases of the participating
countries and words links to cultural heritage as well;
3. EuroCulTRoute#1: Hidden Town Treasures. Firstly, students and teachers will visit landmarks in the Avis region, as they will be aware about
Portuguese cultural heritage; subsequently, an activity “Peddy paper in the old town” will be organized for all participants to learn about Avis
historical landmarks.
4. EuroCulT Workshop: Compiling a QR code. The planned workshop entitled “Compiling a Qr Code” will be offered by the host school, as a basic
knowledge to reach the project’s objectives and deliverables;
To create QR, open source software will be used: Open Office, Gimp and OpenShot (VideoEditor), as well as the WordPress website development
platform. Also, students and teachers will attend a workshop on photography and image editing, as to design QR codes about the monuments they
have visited;
5. EuroCulTSpots: Let’s melt past to the present: Students and teachers will try to find in local archives captures of the area, as to shot the same
place from the same viewing angle, making the comparison of past and nowadays. Fusing old photos with modern ones, students took themselves
as to develop overlapping images, that merge scenes from past to present;
6. Assembly of contact persons to overview the meeting in the level of implemented activities and project objectives;
7. Assessment of the 1st visit (questionnaire);
8. Project’s press release and web publishing.
All participants pre-agreed that all these activities are going to be integrated into school curriculum as they are related to the courses of History,
Geography, Language, New Technologies, Informatics and Foreign Languages. The teaching material that will be used could come from History
school texts, articles from local press, online resources, digital and visual material from local archives.

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