• Gender
  • Inclusion
  • Innovation
  • Addictions
  • Welfare
  • Employment
  • Community building
  • Participation
  • Migrations
  • School
  • Youth empowerment

Fil Rouge (literally Red Thread in French, meaning common theme, common thread) was a project experimenting with and consolidating innovative methods for alphabetisation and L2 Italian learning among third-countries citizens residing in Milan’s district 9.

The project partners supported young people, women and illiterate people in mastering oral and written Italian base language, thanks to modular and integrated didactic programs. Specific methodologies were designed to create more effective learning environments: a learning path through theatre and participated research was developed with adolescents and young people; workshops mixing language learning and land work (garden, herbarium, sociality in nature) were realised with more vulnerable adults.

Codici, in the role of project leader, coordinated the project and supported the municipality and Italian language schools in their activities of modelling and correlation of language teaching methods with experimental integrated approaches, while also facilitating the engagement of a city-wide L2 scholastic and educational network and co-planning a public event and final exhibition with the partners to disseminate the learning outcomes.

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