Little Red Riding Hood performed for primary school kids

On December 3rd, the students of the second year attending II LO Wieluń, Poland performed „Little Red Riding Hood”. It is a traditional British tale which has been dramatised by Ascension Peralta and Isabel Marti. The tale was performed for primary school learners of  English, aged 11-12. The students prepared suitable costumes and scenery. After the performance, there were some […]

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The Conceited Little Rat – a Spanish folktale

The Spanish folktale “La ratita presumida” (The Conceited Little Rat) is one of the most popular children stories within the Spanish culture. This tale seems to have been originated in the oral tradition and later moved to a literary form. Again, its literary form may have given birth to different variations. The earliest reference to this tale is found in […]

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The Polish Nymph

The Polish students are going to perform a Polish tale, “The Nymph of Lake Switez”, by Adam Mickiewicz. Świtezianka is one of the most famous ballad which was written by Polish poet in Romanticism – Adam Mickiewicz. His work is included in series of 14 tales entitled “Ballady i romanse”. It was written in 1819-1822. The author wrote his works when […]

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Croatia chooses Stribor’s forest

Croatian Tales of Long Ago (Croatian: Priče iz davnine), is a short story collection written by the acclaimed children’s author Ivana Brlić-Mažuranić, originally published in 1916 in Zagreb by the Matica hrvatska publishing house. The collection is considered her masterpiece and it features a series of newly written fairy tales heavily inspired by motifs taken from ancient Slavic mythology of […]

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The beginning of a beautiful friendship

In early November the first transnational project meeting was held in Turkey, so two teachers from all participating schools (Instituto de Educación Secundaria La Flota de Murcia, Murcia, Spain; II Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Janusza Korczaka, Wieluń, Poland; and Gimnazija Josipa Slavenskog Čakovec, Croatia) came to Istanbul to meet five wonderful hosts from the Besiktas Atatürk Anadolu Lisesi highschools. The goal of […]

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Our main goals

This project encourages learning English by using drama in class. This way the students are having fun at the same time as they are learning. They are also getting to know other cultures. Likewise, they will be able to discuss about social topics. Therefore, this project deals with a wide range of skills: – Social and civic skills: This project […]

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Welcome!

Welcome to the website covering the European Traditional Tales ON STAGE! project. The project is a comparative study and dramatization of traditional tales from four European countries, funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.

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