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Integrationsmaβnahmen Romanian language: opportunity for
social and cultural integrati
on  (Inoffizielle Übersetzung)
Projektbeginn 18/01/2010

Zielgruppe

  • AGE
    • 65+
    • 18-25
    • 25-40
    • 40-65

Thematik

  • BILDUNG UND KULTUR
    • Außerschulische Bildung inkl. lebenslanges Lernen und Fernausbildung
    • Sprachkompetenzen
    • Kulturelle Aktivitäten und Vielfalt
Projektende 18/07/2010
Land Rumänien
City / Region
Stadt Timisoara, Bucharest
Abstract (EN)

The project Romanian language – opportunity for social and cultural integration was implemented by the Timisoara Intercultural Institute in the period January –June 2010 in partnership with the West University Timisoara, the Romanian-Arab Cultural Centre in Timisoara and the Association DiversEtica. The project was the first of its kind, and it elaborated a methodology and class materials which would improve the quality of Romanian language courses and the cultural orientation classes for the TCNs. The innovative format of the classes was ensured by the modern and interactive teaching methodology for Romanian language and culture.

Angelegenheit/Herausforderung und
Ziele/Annahmen

The general objective of this project, implemented with the support of the Ministry of Education and financed by the European Integration Fund, was to contribute to the personal development of the Romanian society by improving the knowledge and skills of TCNS. In this sense, the specific objectives of the project were:

  • to elaborate a package of classic and multimedia teaching materials for the Romanian language for adult TCNs and for the cultural orientation in the Romanian society;
  • to develop the Romanian language skills of adult TCNs residing in Romania;
  • to increase the degree of knowledge of the social and cultural space in Romania by adult TCNs residing in Romania.
Wie funktioniert das?

The activities of the project were:

  • the analysis of the specific training necessities, the existing resources and the international good practice examples (Grenada, in this case).
  • the elaboration of the teaching methodology of the Romanian language and of the cultural orientation classes
  • The production of the teaching materials
  • the organisation of 4 pilot language classes in Timisoara and Bucharest (April – June 2010, 144 h, flexible schedule, groups of maximum 20 students, new methodology)
  • the organisation of 4 cultural orientation classes in Timisoara and Bucharest (April – June 2010, 70 h, flexible schedule, new methodology).
Ergebnisse

The results obtained were:

  • new teaching methodology for the Romanian language and cultural orientation classes
  • package of teaching materials, both classic and multimedia
  • 100 participants in the Romanian language classes
  • 100 participants in the cultural orientation classes.

The students who participated in classes received a certificate from the Ministry of Education; however, this certificate had no legal value for academic enrolment nor for the citizenship examination.

Evaluierung

All participants and teachers filled in and submitted evaluation forms and gave feedback as to the courses, methodology, materials. An evaluation was also carried out by the General Immigration Inspectorate (the financing authority), but only in relation to the achievement of indicators, and not to the actual impact and success of the project in the lives of the migrants. The important lessons learnt from the project were that the flexibility of the schedule was very important (as many people were employed), the interactive character of the teaching methodology as well (classes taught using the classical teaching method used in school were not very successful, whereas interactive classes would catch the participants’ attention easier). It was very hard to stimulate participants to enrol, and in this sense the ethnic organisations (partners in the project) and intercultural facilitators helped bring people in and also keep them motivated to finish the courses.

Wer profitiert?

The classes targeted adult TCNs with a legal stay in Romania. In particular, 100 persons benefited from language classes and 100 persons from cultural orientation classes.

Finanzierungsart
und benötigte Ressourcen

The EU funding was essential for this project, as it covered most of the expenses. The total budget was of 376.350,00 lei out of which: 75% EU funds (282.262,50 lei); 20% national budget funds (75.270,00 lei); 5% contribution of the beneficiary (18.817,50 lei).

Organisation Timisoara Intecultural Institute
Kontaktperson Oana Bajka, Romina Matei (Email schicken)
Funktion Project coordinator
Webseite http://www.vorbitiromaneste.ro/index.php
 

 

 
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