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About the project – Subjects and approach Subjects: Young people in the EU and their attitudes towards the EU European principles and institutions, decision-making processes in the EU (environmental topic used as an example) Political participation in the EU Educational systems, teaching methods, curricula concerning the EU and the values they are based on Current problems of young people in the different countries and strategies to solve them Approach: We take our starting point from the daily lives and experiences of the students and move on to our project issues. We will include “real life” tasks (e.g. recycling;letters to MEPs), simulations, public discussions. Teachers and students plan and prepare the project work together. International teachers’ teams are responsible for selected tasks within the project which they plan in detail. Teachers try to find teaching materials and ideas which will motivate students. The teaching materials include academic as well as creative tasks, new teaching methods and bi-lingual aspects. All the tasks, materials and results will be made available on the website to everyone. The website and the facebook group are the main platforms of communication within the project. Students work on a range of tasks in national groups and in small international groups. Some tasks are designed to lead to a product that we all share (e.g. website,folder, DVD). During the two project meetings per year teachers and students reflect on the progress of the project, make evaluations and decide on next steps