The talented students in literary creation composed sea-themed poems and signed up to the literary contest judged by the teachers. The best poems were awarded prizes. The poems awarded with the 1st prize in each partner schools were translated into English and collected in a brochure and an e-book, entitledSEA POEMS:
The project theme was continuously implemented in the school curricula within subjects like Art, Technology, Music, Science, History, IT&C, English… The teaching scenarios from the partner schools were inserted in a teaching guide, which was uploaded as an important and attractive source of information for all interested to approach in activities related to the biodiversity of the marine environment.
Students and teachers created educational games entitled Countries, Towns, Seasdepending on the age particularities and their skills to be acquired. They may be used as attractive learning resources for various subjects such as English, Geography, Maths, History… to identify sea life aspects.
A literary contest included a large number of students with imagination and creativity who wrote a few wonderful stories and legends about the sea. The best creations were edited in English as e-book entitled The Sea in stories and legends:
On the occasion of World Water Day, two Romanian students wrote thematic stories and poems. The most successful ones were translated into English and then inserted in an ebook that can be read by accessing the link