vineri, 3 august 2012
luni, 30 iulie 2012
a huge piece of Creativity and Friendship.
Ø Poland project meeting – inspired by „ Mary Poppins ” - „Living your childhood can be fun…”
So…..1,2,3 graders made hand or glove puppets controlled by one hand which occupies the interior of the puppet, made it using paper bags, gloves,socks, for „Fram, the polar bear”.3,4 graders made puppets on wood-spoon or using balloons for „Snow Queen”, „Good girl/bad girl” and „Wizard from Oz”.4th graders made muppets for the musical „Living your childhood can be fun ”, using balloons and papier mache technique. 4th graders made muppets for the musical „Living your childhood can be fun ”, using balloons and papier mache technique.3rd graders made finger puppets for „Aleodor the Emperor”. 3rd graders made shadow puppets - a cut-out figure held between a source of light and a translucent screen.3rd grade students wrote funny short dialogues and staged them using paper puppets. The scenes were recorded many times till the sentences were correct! It was difficult but very interesting and exciting! 3,4 graders designed marionettes or "string puppets"- suspended and controlled by a number of strings attached to the head, back, hands (to control the arms) and just above the knee (to control the legs). Students made these marionettes for a drama -”Nightingale legend” -using woolen yarn, for „Fruits stories” using flour and clay and for the musical presented in Poland, using pappier- mache technique, balloons and colorful paper.
When Romania was the project host meeting, there have been two interactive English lessons . One of them was about animals, with 6th grade students and it content interactive teaching-learning methods as role play and puppet theater. 3rd graders celebrated the PET DAY, have brouhgt their pets at school or have been dressed as favourite animal, they spoke in English and had a lot of fun!
sâmbătă, 30 iunie 2012
duminică, 20 mai 2012
sâmbătă, 26 noiembrie 2011
My new family:) First impression….
Her mother, Monica( I think I write right:-s) is sooo nice with me and sooo caring.
I love love love love Poland and the people who live here.:x
The Turkish group sing and dance on:
The Polish group made a drama, a musical from "Little Prince".
They have amaizing voices and great choregraphies. Their coordinator, ms. Ewelina was excelent!
And, of course, Romanian group.
Anyway, this day was an extraordinary day.:D
In that week, my "sister" was Olka Stawarz, a beautiful, clever, handsome and amazing girl.:)
Her family was so helpful, that I felt that her house it's my second home. Her mother,Monika, is nice, funny and young. Her sister, Hania, is soo sweety, like Tinkerbell . Her grandmother,Basia, is a wonderful woman.
In Poland we visited the City Hall, an Educational Center, Amber Museum, the Port, the Aquarium , the Malbork Castel, a kind of Students Club.:D
I ate some traditional foods: beetroot soup and tomato soup.
Olka Stawarz,Daria Lisewska,Oliwia Dunajska ,Ania Miazek
Our hosts are friendly and kind,and all the 6 members of my 'adoptive' family speak english,wich I find very helpful in my comunication.
I have spent my evening in the company of my family,wich by the way, is very comunicative and hospitable and to me it seems perfect!
When we got back at school we had one last rehearsal for our program tomorrow and we ended our day at 8.After that I went in the city with my 'mom' and had a hot chocolate.
So far I have a very good opinion about Poland,the people here and all the rest,but I can't wait to go back home;))
Today we had beautiful experiences but we were tired again.We are used to it so there's no problem:))
I like this place so much but I want to go home and see my friends and family wich I miss so much.We have only one day left here and I am really curious what feelings I will get when we will leave.I miss home!<3
Poland is a big country with civilised people and beautiful history and places.