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Saturday, March 18, 2017

Herbarium created by Slovak students

We created electronic Herbarium of plants growing in Slovakia. This way we know better our nature and plants in our country. Some of them have medicinal effects. 


Thursday, March 16, 2017

ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO S.TERESA DI RIVA - RECYCLING AT SCHOOL



                                                    RECYCLING AT SCHOOL


STUDENTS USE TO RECYCLE  PAPER, PLASTIC, CANS, WET.... AT SCHOOL






WE HAVE  BINS FOR RECYCLING IN EACH CLASS 







"WE WANT TO SAVE THE LIFE ON OUR PLANET"...  
the students  Lucrezia Andò and Giulia Morales class 3 M














Slovak students made pizza by the recipe of Italian students.

In the topic Relationship we were trying to cook some healthy meals and we created also cookery book. We like all recipes of our  friends. They look delicious.

We like pizza so we tried to make pizza by the recipe of Italian students.

We think we have done it very good. It was very tasty.

Here are some photos.






International cookery book

Topic: Relationship

In the topic Relationship we were also talking about the relationship to our health.
Each partnership school organized different activities at school, for example cooking of healthy meals, Days of healthy diet – Days of fruits, Days of vegetables, exhibitions of healthy food, tasting, talks with the dietician, Sport days,...
 Students especially enjoyed cooking and tasting food so we decided to create our own
                                   International cookery book of healthy diet. 

ISTITUTO COMPRENSIVO S.TERESA DI RIVA- FOOTBALL IN ITALY




                                                            FOOTBALL IN ITALY




FOOTBALL IS A VERY POPULAR SPORT IN OUR COUNTRY. IT IS THE ITALIAN NATIONAL SPORT. IT HAS GOT A LOT OF FOLLOWERS.







IN EVERY TEAM THERE ARE 20 FOOTBALLERS. THEY ARE DIVIDED INTO TWO GROUPS: REGULAR PLAYERS AND RESERVES.
THE REGULAR PLAYERS ARE 11. THERE ARE:
- ATTACKERS
- DEFENDERS
- MIDFIELD PLAYERS
- A GOALKEEPER






THE BIGGEST STADIUM IN ITALY IS SAN SIRO STADIUM. IT IS IN MILAN AND THERE ARE 81,000 SEATS.
THE SECOND STADIUM IS THE OLYMPIC STADIUM IN ROME AND THERE ARE 68,000
SEATS.
BUT THE MOST MODERN STADIUM IS IN TURIN. IT IS THE JUVENTUS STADIUM.



THERE ARE 20 TEAMS IN OUR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP, CALLED "SERIE A".
THE STRONGEST ARE JUVENTUS, NAPOLI, ROMA, MILAN AND INTER FOOTBALL CLUBS.
AT THE MOMENT JUVENTUS TEAM IS AT THE TOP OF THE ITALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP.








FRANCESCO TOTTI IS AN ITALIAN LEGEND. HE WON THE "GOLDEN SHOE", HE PLAYED IN THE ITALIAN NATIONAL TEAM DURING THE WORLDWIDE CHAMPIONSHIP IN 2006 AND THE THE ITALIAN TEAM WAS THE WINNER.





the students: Francesco Leonardi, Lorenzo Puglia e Paolo Cicala. Classe 3B

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

                                         VISIT  IN  A  RETIREMENT  HOME  (PART  2)






                                     VISIT  IN  A  RETIREMENT  HOME  (PART  1) 
We  also  visited  a  retirement  home  in  our  city  Patras,  Greece.  We  spent  a  great  time  there  with  the  old  people.  We  sang  for them  and  for  this   some  old  men  offered  us  oranges  as  a  gift., We spoke  with  them  about  life  in  the  past  and  their  relationship  to  nature  as  well  about  traditions  in  the  past.  We  laughed  together  and  generally  made them  pass  some  happy  moments  away  from  their  routine.  Finally,  we  were  guided  around  the  premises  of  the  retirement  home  by  the  director  of  it  who  also  informed  the  Greek  learners  about  the  history  of  the  retirement  home.      



    




Sunday, March 5, 2017

E - BOOK : Let´s save the life

E- BOOK: Let´s save the life on our planet

We all created e_book  of all our topics with opinion of student from all partnership countries.

This e- book is the look of students at our project and topics of the project.


You can see our e-book here.



Saturday, March 4, 2017

                                           WATCHING  A  DVD  FOR  THE  JEWS
In  the  mainstream  of  human  relationships  and  connected  to  the  planting  of  Crocus  Flowers  the  Greek  students  also  watched  a  video  for  the  Jewish  people  and what  they  suffered  during the  Second  World  War.  They  also  read  an  announcement  from  the  Greek  Ministry  of  Education referring  to  the  Jews.

 Here  are  also  the  first  blossoms  of the  Crocus  Flowers  which  have  just  come  out.


  
                   A  SPRING  TRADITION  IN  GREECE
                    THE  CELEBRATION  OF  EASTER 
Easter  is  one  of  the  greatest  religious  celebrations  in  Greece.  It  reaches  its  peak  during  The  Holy  Week  and  especially  from  Great  Thursday  to  Easter  Sunday.

On  Great  Thursday  the  housewives  in  Greece  do  not  do  any  other  housework  and  instead  they  take  eggs  which  they  paint  red.  The  colour  symbolizes  Christ's  blood  which  was  shed  to save  people  from  their  sins.  On  the  same  day  they  make  a  special  kind  of  bread  called  tsoureki.
In  the  evening  everybody  goes  to  church  where  the  12  Gospels  are  heard  which  describe  what  happened  to Jesus  Christ  the  last  days  of  his  earthly  life  before  he  was  crucified.  After  unmarried  girls  start   decorating  with  flowers  the  Epitaphios  which  symbolises  the  coffin  of  Christ  which  on  Great  Friday  is  taken  out  from  the  church  and  carried around  in  the streets  symbolising  the  carrying  of  Christ's  Body  to  the  cave  in  which  he  was  placed  after  his 
crucification.
On  Great  Friday  noone  cooks.  We  just  eat  vegetables  and  no  oil.  It  is  the  saddest  day  of  the  year.  Even  the  sky  is  cloudy  on  this  day  mourning  Jesus's  death.
On  Great  Saturday  at  midnight  we  celebrate  in  churches  the  Resurrection  of  Christ.  We  all  hold  candles  and  sing  'Hristos  Anesti'  which  means  Christ  has risen  in  the  skies. Fireworks  are  thrown  into  the  air  to  celebrate  Christ's  Resurrection.  When  we  return  home  with  the  lit  candles  we  make a  cross  at  the  main  entrance  door  symbolising  the cross  on  which  Christ  was  crucified  and  then  we  light  the  small  olive  oil  light  in  the  house  to  keep  the  Holy Light  of  our  candles  which  was  brought  from  Jerusalem where  Jesus  had  lived. 
 After  that  we  eat  mageiritsa  (a  soup  with  meat  and  vegetables).
Finally,  on  Easter  Sunday  we  celebrate  with  traditional  dances  and  songs  and  we  eat  roast  lamb  as  shown  in  the  picture.

                                             RELATIONSHIPS  TO  MASS  MEDIA

In  this  area  the  Greek  students  created  and  answered  questionnaires  to  find  out  the  main  attitude  they  had  towards  mass  media.  The  results  were  amazing.  It  came  out  that  they  daily  spend  most  of  their  time  (more  than  5  hours)  using  their  mobile  phone  and  watching  TV  rather  than  using  the  Internet  (1-2  hours).  They  do  it  for  entertainment.  We  also  found  out  that : a) what  they  dislike  in  Mass  Media  is  the  politicians  debates  and  the  nasty  comments  made  on  famous  people  and  b) what  they  most  like  in  Mass  Media  is  sports  and  positive  comments  on  our  society. 
The  questionnaire  was  the  following :
               QUESTIONNAIRE  ABOUT  THE  MASS  MEDIA  OF    
                                     COMMUNICATION  (MMC)
1.  How  old  are  you?
     a)  12
     b)  13
     c)  14

2.  Which  MMC  do  you  use?  (Choose  one  or  more  answers).
     a)  Facebook  or  Internet
     b)  Ipod  or  walkman
     c)  Mobile  phone  and  its  applications
     d)  Digital  camera  or  sound   recording  device
     e)  Computer  games  or  Playstation
     f)  TV
     g)  Radio
     h)  Press
     i)  Books,  films,  theatrical  plays  or  other  classic  MMC

3.  How  often  do  you  use  the  MMC?
     a)  Not  at  all
     b)  Daily
     c)  Usually
     d)  Rarely

4.  How  many  hours  do  you  use  the  MMC  daily?  Choose  the  correct  for  you 
     answer : a)  Not  at  all,  b)  1-3  hours,  c)  3-5  hours,  d)  5  hours  and  more
     1.  Internet              ........
     2.  Press                  ........
     3.  TV                     ........
     4.  Radio                 ........
     5.  Mobile  Phone   ........

5.  Why  do  you  use  the  MMC  mostly?
      a)  For  entertainment
      b)  For  chatting
      c)  For  getting  information,  getting  educated  and  talking

6.  Why  do  you  use  Facebook  or  Internet?  (If  you  use  these  you  can  choose 
      one  or  more  answers).
      a)  For  entertainment
      b)  To  meet  new  people
      c)  To  make  appointments  with  people  I  know
      d)  To  exchange  knowledge
      e)  To  express  myself






7.  Which  kinds  of  programmes  should  be  less  nowadays  in  MMC?  (You  can    
      choose   one  or  more  answers).
      a)  Entertaining
      b)  Educational
      c)  Documentaries
      d)  Debates
      e)  News
      d)  Nasty  Comments

8.  How  would  you  like  the  News  to  start?
     a)  About  Politicians
     b)  About  the  Economy
     c)  Police  News
     d)  Positive  Comments  on  our  Society
     e)  Educational  Life  Stories
     f)  Sports News
     g)  Weather
     h)  Other :