“Istek Bilge Kagan” School of Turkey and Dunya School came together to implement a joint project called "Two dialects, one story" through the etwining portal. According to the project, students from both sides have to write joint stories. However,these stories will not be written by individual student, but by a group of two students. Each group has to consist of one Azerbaijani and one Turkish student.
Each of the students will start a story according to their imagination and interest, and at the climax will pass the text to a groupmate to write the rest of the story. Thus, both students in the group will write two stories together. Before starting this creative work, the Turkish and Azerbaijani teachers, who are the organizers of the project, plan to carry out various activities in order to prepare and motivate students. One of these activities is the arrangement of a meeting of schoolchildren with an Azerbaijani and a Turkish author.
According to the plan of this process, firstly, on January 14, the students of both schools met with Professor Hamlet Isakhanli, beloved poet of Azerbaijan. At this meeting, Hamlet Isakhanli shared his thoughts on the topic of "Brotherhood" chosen for the stories to be written by the project participants. The online meeting, which lasted more than an hour, was both useful and interesting. During the meeting, the poet first spoke about the historical, philosophical and spiritual value of the subject. Later, the meeting was followed by an interesting and sincere conversation between the students of both countries and Hamlet Isakhanli. Hamlet Isakhanli explained to the students the spiritual and historical value of the word "Brotherhood" for both countries by giving detailed and comprehensive answers to the students’ questions on the subject.