Read Over - Read Aloud Clubs to Overcome Intercultural Divide

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  • Read-aloud Clubs

Creation and development of Read-aloud Clubs integrated by complementary expressive and recreational activities (thematic movies, dramatization, written expression). The partners will involve in the organisation, possibly also as hosts, public libraries or other local actors (schools, parishes...) that can support an effective impact on the target learners and on the community. The Read-aloud Clubs are initially coordinated by an expert educator [that helps the learners to familiarize one-another, starts the activity of reading together (being he/she the first to read aloud for the group), stimulates the learners to propose books, helps to discuss and agree criteria for choosing the books, collects the request submitted directly, tries to identify unexpressed needs and requests, facilitates the learners to express themselves in front of the others, but the objective is that of progressively training the group in self-management ability so that it can manage itself the activity.

  • Newsletters

Each Read-aloud Club contributed to publishing a newsletter, in electronic format, in English. The newsletter was sustained by the referent partner organisation and contained comments on the books read, indications on new books, intercultural events on national and local dimension, tales and experiences written by the learners.

  • Brochure

Three pages leaflet produced in English and translated by each partners in national language, it has been printed for direct dissemination and sent to a mailing list in electronic format. It is available for download in pdf format in this website.

  • Web tools

- Website:
- Facebook page:

  • Book

Handbook reporting the good practices, the methodological outlines and the pilots experience. Produced in electronic format and printed in paper, it is availabe for download in this website. Paper copies are available on request.

  • DVD

This multimedia output collects all the products and the evidences of project activities (manual, newsletters, bochure, reports, pictures, etc.).


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