The project "Language learning to support active social inclusion" is a long term initiative, which created by 3 international partners: Fundacja Active Kids (Poland), A.D.E.L. - ASSOCIATION FOR DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND LABOUR (Slovakia) and ASOCIACIJA TAVO EUROPA (Lithuania).
Upon completion of the project, the overall and most important expected result corresponds to our highest expectation: a paradigm shift in thinking that can be seen both in behavior and in attitude.
This shift involves a shift in perspective from a traditionalist approach to language education and teaching while the learner is viewed as a receptor for a more progressive communicative approach that takes into account the needs of the participants and the motivation to learn the language as the primary source for further follow educational activities as well as cares about the development of communication skills in general, which are necessary in the 21st century.
Main aim and objectives:
-Developing a communication strategy in English for working with different groups of adult learners (including those with fewer opportunities, adults from rural areas, migrants and refugees)
-Developing communication strategies in English and non-verbal strategies to tackle problems related to cultural differences in order to facilitate
understanding in international partnerships
-Discovering the opportunities offered by CLT in adult language learning and sharing good practice in this field
- Discovering the possibility of teaching the language through theatrical techniques such as integration games, improvisation and stage studies