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English Plus Competition - Interesting facts about my town

PhotographAt the beginning of March 2015 we invited students and teachers who use English Plus texbooks to be the authors and editors of a page that will present some interesting facts about their town.

We have received some great pages, and the best of them were rewarded with valuable prizes.

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Tell us about your Happy House & Street

PhotographIn March 2014 we invited teachers who use Happy House & Happy Street textbooks to engage their first and second graders to draw their happy house and third graders to write a short text/strip about their happy street.

We received hundreds of wonderful drawings from students all around Serbia and rewarded their work with Dolphin Readers for their school library. We hope that they will enjoy reading and learning English!

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Solutions Serbian Culture Page

PhotographAt the beginning of April 2014 we invited students and teachers who use Solutions texbooks to be the authors and editors of a Culture page that will present Serbian culture.

We have received many great pages, and the best of them were rewarded with valuable prizes.

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The Project Competition 2013 - Communication in the 21st Century

PhotographStudents from Primary School „Dositej Obradović“ Umka have won second place

We are pleased to announce that Nenad Nedevski and his students from class VII-2 have won second place in the global Project competition.

We received over 400 entries for the competition from countries all around the world which shows what an incredible achievement this is. Congratulations!

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Bullying OFF – Tolerance ON

PhotographIn September 2012, teacher Ivona Randjelovic from primary school "Vuk Karadzić" Pecenjevce was doing a Project 5 lesson on bullying with her 8th graders and at the end of the lesson, which had brought about a lot of discussion, an idea of doing a project on bullying and tolerance crossed her mind. She shared the (impulsive) idea with the students and they welcomed it with a loud 'yeah!' That is how it all started...

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