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Spread Literature into the world!

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Georgia Psarra

on 26 August 2014

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Culture exchange

Share with other students worldwide

Step 2
Translation
(use of dictionaries and thesauri)


Role of a translator

How to convince them
Step 3

Questions and prompts

Promotion of critical thinking

Questions aiming at deeper meaning



Step 1

A1+ level - primary school children
“The Seagull” by Odysseas Elytis


B2 level- junior high school teenagers
K. Cavafys poem “As much as you can”


C2 level - University students- young adults
Mt Athos extract, Costas Ouranis,Travels in Greece
GRGPS
Spread Literature into the world!
Go into depth
Step 4
Showtime!
Preparation of their presentation

Rehearsals

Focus on proper pauses, intonation, pronunciation


Thank you!!!
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