The project focuses on a research work aimed to re-discover the Greek roots of Southern Italy and the signs of Roman culture in Greece. It has a clear cross-curricular implication, and strengthens students' motivation through multilinguism (CLIL), ITC and informal/non formal learning (cooperative learning, laboratories, visits). Two performances, based on the texts of Euripides "Trojan women" and Plautus "Amphitruo", have been carried out, where verbal language has been completed by non verbal ones. Besides more traditional curricular skills, the project has developed problem solving, multiple intelligences, emotional communication, creativity, cooperation. As a result, students, teachers and families have lived a less idealized and more real European experience, founded on the awareness that citizenship is problem/opportunity, risk/advantage, loss/gain.
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