A total of 15 students from countries such as Turkey, France, China, India, and Bangladesh took part in the project. Students prepared a presentation on one of the selected topics including the areas of family, lifestyle, cuisine, and travel. Our visiting academic from the last semester from the partner Shanxi University of Finance and Economics in China also learned about the possibility of presenting in English for primary school students, who saw this idea as a great opportunity for her students to try presenting in English.
The online presentations started on Monday, November 23, when a pair of foreign students spoke at each lesson and presented interesting findings from their country to primary school pupils through MS Teams. At the same time, foreign students tried to be in the role of teachers and thus be the main presenters in the online lesson, and at the same time, the pupils could really try English in practice in the form of their inquisitive questions. A total of 10 of these online lessons took place, which lasted for two weeks due to the great interest of the students.