Ana Cristina Simão Matias
,Escola Secundária Dr. Jorge Augusto Correia de Tavira
If mastering communicative skills is a means of reaching others, whether they share or not the same cultural background, and knowing foreign languages is an added value for mutual understanding and acceptance, getting involved in European projects is an excellent opportunity to have students broaden their knowledge of one or more foreign languages in real-life contexts and to enhance intercultural skills. Therefore, the core of our paper is in sharing learning experiences provided by European projects and giving account of a workshop of continuing professional development for teachers addressing transdisciplinar and intercultural learning.
Keywords: European projects, skills, languages, interculturalism.