Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova

Project funded by the Ministry for Romanians Abroad, June-December 2018

Responsible for the project:
Gina Aurora Necula, Conf. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați

Formatori:
Ionel Apostolatu, Conf. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați
Adrian Cîrciumaru, Prof. dr. ing., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați

The main purpose of the project is to organize training courses to encourage and develop the creativity of teachers and to provide them with a work instrument tailored to the needs of pupils’ learning needs by age. Consequently, we want the final and concrete product of this year’s project to be a collection of texts, adapted to the levels of linguistic competence, which will become a useful working tool, suitable to supplement the aridity and the exaggerated complexity of the Romanian textbooks.

Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova
Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova
Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova
Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova
Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova
Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova
Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova

Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova

Project funded by the Ministry for Romanians Abroad, between June 26, 2017 – December 26, 2017

Responsible for the project:
Ionel Apostolatu, Conf. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați

Formatori:
Gina Aurora Necula, Conf. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați
Carmen Alexandrache, Lect. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați
Adrian Cîrciumaru, Prof. dr. ing., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați
Angela Popovici, Lect. dr., Consultant în Ministerul Educației al Republicii Moldova
Liliana Scîntei, profesor pentru învățământul primar, delegat ISJ Galați
Andreea Elena Sbîngu, profesor pentru învățământul preșcolar, delegat ISJ

The project had as a general objective the optimization of the teaching and learning process of Romanian language in the schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Rep. Moldova, by offering a vocational training program to specialized teachers from pre-school and mayoral representative schools from the three districts of the Gagauzia Territorial Autonomous Unit (Comrat, Ceadir-Lunga and Vulcanesti) and from Taraclia rayon. Through this educational project we proposed to implement new didactic strategies to streamline the process of learning Romanian as a non-mother tongue in kindergartens and schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, the expected result being, first of all, increasing the linguistic performance of students learns in Russian language teaching schools, which are, in fact, the true beneficiaries of the project.

Between the specific objectives of the project, we could mention:

 

  • to improve the Romanian language teaching, both as a native language and (especially) as a non-native / foreign language teacher of the UTAG and Taraclia rayon;
  • implementing teaching strategies based on the principles of flexibility and active-participatory learning by organizing pilot classes in all school units in the three UTAG raions and Taraclia raion;
  • assuring pupils in the pilot classes (in their capacity as short-term beneficiaries) of a linguistic and professional environment optimally developing communicative skills in Romanian, on which depends both their success in national exams and the acquisition of knowledge indispensable for the acceding to higher education levels;
  • Improving the quality and efficiency of the education and training system in pre-primary and primary education at UTAG and Taraclia;
  • stimulating interest in learning Romanian language in UTAG students and Taraclia district, in which to find the necessary factor of social cohesion and integration;
  • forming and developing pupils’ communication skills in Romanian, familiarizing them with various oral / written communication situations appropriate to school age, creating real communication situations using the usual words needed to conclude a conversation;
  • developing links with Romania of the “românofone” and “românofile” communities in the UTAG and Taraclia district by providing an appropriate framework for identity assertion.
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2017

Efficiency program for the teaching of Romanian language in schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia rayon, Republic of Moldova

Project funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Policy Department for Relations with Romanians Abroad, between June and December 2016

project code U1-1 / 1261 / 23.05.2016

Responsible for the project:
Adrian Cîrciumaru, Prof. dr. ing., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați

Formatori:
Gina Aurora Necula, Conf. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați
Ionel Apostolatu, Conf. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați
Carmen Alexandrache, Lect. dr., Universitatea Dunărea de Jos din Galați
Angela Popovici, Lect. dr., Consultant în Ministerul Educației al Republicii Moldova
Liliana Scîntei, profesor pentru învățământul primar, delegat ISJ Galați
Andreea Elena Sbîngu, profesor pentru învățământul preșcolar, delegat ISJ

The project has a general objective to encourage and support the use of Romanian as a language of education and a common language of communication in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district, Rep. Moldova, by setting up pilot classes with teaching in Romanian and providing a vocational training program to specialized teachers in the pre-school and primary education establishments within these administrative-territorial entities. Our project aims, implicitly, to contribute to the preservation, development and expression of the linguistic and cultural identity of Romanians living in the UTAG and Taraclia district, as well as those belonging to the Romanian linguistic and cultural sphere, according to the European and international standards and policies in the field.

Through this educational project we aim to implement new didactic strategies to optimize the process of learning Romanian as a non-mother tongue in kindergartens and schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia district, the expected result being, first of all, improving the quality and increasing the performance of the educational act in schools with teaching Romanian (and in Romanian) in these administrative units. In the long run, it is expected that students will increase their interest in the use of the Romanian language in the current communication through performance awareness through an awareness of its important role as a “state” official language in the local and national administration through ” discovering “the practical reasons for using Romania in the public space, as well as recognizing the advantages of the knowledge of Romanian as a “European” language.

Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016
Program for Strengthening the Romanian Language Teaching in Schools in ATU Gagauzia and Taraclia District, Republic of Moldova 2016

Romanian language – from “state language” to communication language in ATU Gagauzia, Rep. Moldavia

Project funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Policy Department for Relations with Romanians Abroad, from June to December 2015

Project code: U1-1 / 584 / 24.06.2015

A new stage in the strategic partnership of cross-border cooperation with the Republic of Moldova involving the “Dunarea de Jos” University in Galati – the Romanian language project – from the “state language” to the communication language in ATU Gagauzia, Rep . Moldova.

Through the Romanian language project – from “state language” to communication language in ATU Gagauzia, Rep. Moldova, “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati proposes the establishment of pilot classes with teaching in Romanian according to didactic strategies based on the principles of active learning in representative school units in the three districts of the Gagauzia Territorial Autonomous Unit – UTAG (Comrat, Ceadir-Lunga and Vulcanesti, based on the collaboration protocol with the Education Department of UTAG). The project addresses first of all Romanian language teachers from schools in the UTAG territory and, implicitly, pupils in classes with Romanian language teaching or who have in the curriculum educational or cultural-educational activities that take place in Romanian. The framework plan of the actions that the project envisages aims to encourage the use of the Romanian language as a communication language (current) both in the so-called didactic communication and outside this environment, respectively in the public and private space. An important component of the project is didactic, formative, given the training of specialists and their familiarization with modern, effective methods of teaching and learning the Romanian language of non-matrimonial language to help them in their work by optimizing the transfer of knowledge to pupils and increasing their interest in the use of the Romanian language in communication to performance parameters. Therefore, without being a barrier (but rather a good language learning environment), multilingualism in the UTAG (with the three “official” languages ​​- Gagauz, Romanian and Russian, where they can possibly, as languages ​​in use, Bulgarian and Ukrainian) will, in the long run, be gained by assuming the Romanian language as a factor of cohesion and integration into society, thereby naturally doing without damaging the rights to the other ethno-cultural groups, the necessary leap of the Romanian language from its status as a “state language” (recognized by the Constitution of Republic of Moldova) to the current language of communication. It is also to be ignored that this project of encouraging the use of Romanian language in UTAG contributes to the protection of the linguistic and cultural identity of the Romanian minority in this autonomous region by creating in the long term a linguistic environment favorable to the assertion of this identity, the other ethnic and linguistic components coexisting.

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