Como 2ª parte do trabalho de projecto, foi pedido aos alunos húngaros pelas suas professoras que indicassem o que mais e menos gostaram da sua visita a Portugal, assim como que publicitassem o intercâmbio através de uma poster e de uma carta ao director da escola explicando as vantagens do programa de intercâmbios.
1. Bests & worsts
The best things were the Portuguese group obviously.
Thank you for everything that you have done. We will always remember you. We love you so much.
Our favorite programmes were: SURFING, FAMILY DAY, XANA`S HOUSE-PARTY and RAFTING.
There weren’t any worst things except that we didn’t have enough time to do what we wanted. Sometimes we would like to be Mediterranean and rest a lot, but we couldn`t unfortunately. And we think that that much climbing wasn’t necessary and the test wasn`t too. We prefer spending time with them to writing a project.
2. Letter to the headmaster
We would like to explain to you that a student exchange is the most useful, funny and exciting experience which a school could give to their students.
The most important thing of a student exchange program is that the students` English skills are improving; down to in a foreign country where nobody speaks your language, that students are forced to use their English.
There are also some other advantages which are students can make friendships easily, can have unforgettable experiences, to know other countries` cultures and to try interesting things, which are different from their home. Children can get to know how the real life works and it is so useful because usually in school students are not able to get these things. This program is always tiring for the teachers and students as well, but we can be sure that they will not forget it.
We really enjoyed being here and we will not forget any of its moments.
Finally, the exchange program is good to learn foreign languages, make friends, have fun and get new experiences, and we think that this is the best thing what a school can give during the year.
Yours sincerely, Gabor Gubala, Marta Sinte, Zsofi Major, Balazs Batonyi.
3. Come to Portugal