In Europe, there are roughly 70 country borders. Among those, 25 are language borders. Through eTwinning, many schools are crossing these borders by learning each other’s languages.
Language brings people together. While the professional benefits of learning a language are manifold, the further cultural advantages of being able to communicate with people from a neighbouring nation are equally important.
Often a common communication language between people from different countries is not necessarily either’s native tongue.
In eTwinning, however, many schools are doing the opposite: they are learning and communicating in the language of neighbouring countries in order to become closer to one another on a number of levels.
Learn about successful examples in eTwinning