Expected objectives of the project:

  • To develop their communicative skills in Romanian and Italian (languages which are less spoken and studied in Europe) in order to make the students aware of the importance of native languages in the EU and to support the link between formal school education and non-formal learning outside the school building – the County Library.
  • To adapt, to develop, to test, to implement and to disseminate the new teaching methodologies of Romanian and Italian used in the classroom, including ITC.
  • To enhance student and teacher understanding of the diversity of cultural and linguistic values in the partner regions and countries.






Alternative Approaches for Perception of the Lyrical Texts

Alternative Approaches for Perception of the Lyrical Texts

 Method is a word derived from the Greek word "method" (metha - to, towards, odos - way) and is defined as the way to achieve pre established objectives.

Recently, the method is the way that a teacher follows in order to help his students to find their own way to rediscover the world around them.

In other words, the teaching method is the model or an organized set of procedures or ways of implementing the operations underlying the actions taken jointly by teachers and students which lead in a targeted and effective way to the achievement of goals.

The teacher can select the teaching methods according to several criteria, since there are hundreds of ways, thousands of teachers and millions of students to whom they must be addressed. In teaching Romanian language and literature can be used both conventional methods, in which the teacher has the most important role, and the modern, student-centred ones, which we consider a preferable teaching alternative, even though they can’t be used all the time.

Among the specific methods of teaching - learning - assessment Romanian literature, the following are mostly used:

Classical methods: reading, explanation, exposure, conversation, exercise, demonstration, literary commentary, literary interpretation, literary analysis, game, summary, working with the textbook, etc.

Alternative methods: lecture, discussion, simulation, case study, reflection, problem, project, portfolio, discovery learning, programmed instruction, brainstorming, cube, quintet, clusters, intensified reading, mutual teaching, horoscope, tour gallery, Venn diagram, etc.

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