Stories are excellent ways of understanding different cultures, religions and opinions. Participants were asked to write a network of stories to contribute to ‘story-net’. The network’s nodes were the chapters of fictitious narratives that connected to each other, either by telling the same story from different viewpoints, or by continuing a story following a character’s decision. StoryNet gave students the opportunity, individually, to write about the lives of fictitious characters, and, collectively, to create interconnected and culturally-rooted stories as rich as life itself across Asia and Europe.
|Age of Students||12 - 20 years|
|Level of Technology||Intermediate|
|Level of English||Intermediate|
|Coordinator/s||Ms. Zsuzsanna Szalayne TAHY|