IC EU ACTIVITIES
The third staff training was an opportunity to observe intercomprehension encounters in various learning contexts: informal, non-formal and formal.
IC EU team members from Romania, Italy and France, joined by intercomprehension expert Prof. Filomena Capucho, reflected on the challenges and impact of using intercomprehension. Understanding and being understood is an exercise which goes beyond the chosen spoken language. Whether to communicate in a social situation, to facilitate language learning through non-formal education activities and to teach school children about different cultures, intercomprehension activities allow participant to discover similarities in language, beliefs or behaviour and celebrate cultural diversity.