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Go for Literacy to Enlighten your Future









Participant schools


  • To develop pupils' skills on literacy (reading, speaking, writing and listening) and of transversal skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, collaboration, learning to learn, autonomy and initiative.
  • Reading capitalization strategies to develop literacy skills in students and eucourage them to read to research, but most importantly, to read for pleasure.
  • Develop teachers' knowledge, methodologies and strategies in the design and organisation of activities and lessons that help to develop these skills, competences and potentials in students
  • To promote the exchange of innovative practices and experiences between the participant countries through the development of teaching materials (manuals) based o linguistic skills.

  • Timeline of the project
  • Planning of activities & mobilities

Evaluation Monitoring and evaluation is an ongoing process. The following evaluation forms will be used:

  • Initial evaluation ( at the beginning of the project): questionnaires on students'linguistic skills, transversal skills, habits and likes. + swot analysis per country (Sept-Dec 2017)
  • Transnational Meeting evaluation ( at each transnational meeting)
  • Formative evaluation (during the project) by means of group discussions, observation, analysis of products/results. This will be included in both the interim and final reports.
  • Interim evaluation (at the end of first year of project, June-July 2018)
  • Final evaluation ( at the end of the project, June-July 2019)
  • At partneship level, the following aspect will be assesed
    • To achieve the expected impact on participants, school groups, partner institutions
    • Quality of the activities, results and intellectual outputs
    • Implementation of the partnership ( communication and cooperation between partners, stakeholders, compliance of the planning by partners)
    • Management and coordination
    • The appropriate use of budget.
Assesment of project success Activities that will indicate the fulfilment of project objectives are:
  • Transnational meetings
  • Each partner will test the excercises and activities proposed for he training programme "The Teaching of Living Abilities with Literacy"
  • Work sessions to work on the outcomes (manuals)
  • Activities and lessons with the students to develop their linguistic and other transversal skills: each partner will apply 10 activities and their description will be included in "Inspire Literacy: Cross-Curricular Approaches"-("Literacy lessons")<.
  • Dissemination tools ( website of the project, poster, flyer, logo, 6 newsletters)
  • Making at least 12 events to disseminate the project and the results (at least 2 events per partner during the two years of the project: articles, seminars, workshops, social media etc)
  • Making at least 8 learning activities to test tasks from " The teaching of living abilities with Literacy" (3 activities each partner during 2 years)
  • Making a minimum 80 students and at least 15 teachers to participate in the activities of the project during the two years each partner.

GFLEF Management Plan:

  • Work packages ( developed by each partner who is responsible for coordinating the tasks withing that package)
  • Gantt Chart
  • Ground rules
  • List of results and outcomes
  • Internal communication plan
Dissemination tools:
  • Logo
  • Website
  • Flyer/leaflet
  • Poster
Work plan
  1. First project meeting and follow up files ( meeting report evaluation, minutes, newsletters no.1)
  2. First module: "The Teaching of Living Abilities with Literacy: reading strategies"
  3. The second project meeting and follow-up files (meeting report evaluation, minutes, newsletter no. 2)
  4. Second module: "The Teaching of Living Abilities: writing strategies"
  5. Interim evaluation report: coordination, communication among partners, quality of results, fulfilment of the work plan. + swot analysis at a partnership level
  6. Third meeting and follow up files (meeting report evaluation, minutes, newsletter no. 3)
  7. Third module "The teaching of living abilities: speaking and listening strategies"
  8. The fourth meeting and follow up files (meeting report evaluation,minutes, newsletter no. 4)
  9. Final evaluation questionnaire (same criteria as interim report.)
  10. The fifth meeting and follow-up files ( meeting report evaluation, minutes, newsletters no.5)
  11. The guide "Literacy: Cross-Curricular Approaches"
  12. Th sixth project meeting and follow-up files (meeting report evaluation, minutes, newsletters no.6)
  13. Final evaluation report
  14. Final report