Finishing our project we are sending you some other pictures made my our students. We can call them “Inventive Art” – there are a lot to be discovered even in Art. Greetings from Poland!!!
As John Paul II Gimnasium in Daleszyce in Poland we would like to thank you so much for another wonderful year of cooperation. This time about more technical things which agree with the European Union priorities. “Eureka” a great creative project, the students interesed in Science liked it very much. This is another project we did together. I would like to show you a presentation (in Polish) which is about the projects (most of them we did together). I suppose we will have a lot of innovative eTwinning projects together! Thank you so much!!!
Let’s watch the slides again!
Musicians can be named among inventors. Chopin discovered the beauty of Polish lands, and he knew how to decribe history: events, emotions connected with them in music. Our student Clara is playing Chopin’s concerto in e-minor, part 1 (allegro maestoso). Be inventive, and count or guess how music correlates withs Maths, physics or history.
Hello, our project is going to the end. Look at our presentation of the previous project. We liked it too.
As holidays are coming, we would like to share and promote some photos from Italy. Comenius and eTwinning projects are great – they make us friends for ever. We also want to promote the beauty of Puglia – which is the region in the southern part of Italy. Look!
Another place to visit in Lithuania is Trakai – a wonderful, romantic place. Look at our vidoeo and photo expressions from our Comenius visit.
And listen to our international greetings:
We have just come back from Lithuania, our partner school in the Comenius project. We will show you some video materials to learn more about this country. Let’s imagine we can use the Vehicle of Time or place. This is like eureka. Greetings from Poland.
Here you can see the place visited during our journey to Turkey. You can see the panorama from the highest tower in Ankara and a trip to Cappadokia. You can listen to our guide too. Simply wonderful and unique. Thanks to Comenius and eTwinning we have friends everywhere!!!
As holidays will soon begin, look how our Europe is beautiful. Hre we are in Vilnius – the capital city of Lithuania, where our Comenius partners live. You can listen to English of our guide’s.
Here we would like to show you our present for you. It’s an English lesson about Art connected with our previous project “My country through painting”. Ola is a teacher here, our English teacher is holding a camera and the class is a group of students from Class 3b. We promoted our eTwinning activities taking part in the Competition organised by the Polish Centre of Regional Education in Warsaw and The Goethe Institute. We got a distinction so we are very happy. We visited Warsaw – the capital of Poland. And here are some photos as well. We can say that our project was recognised in Poland and Europe, as it shows the lesson in LdL – learning by teaching, a good method. We hope you will like it. Greetings from Daleszyce!
It will be a good fun to learn about great scientists from a humorous point of view too. So, here is the joke I have heard: Rutherford Ernest (Do you know him? – a great physicist from New Zealand) asked one of his hard-working students in the lab:
– Do you work so hard every morning?”
– Yes, every morning – proudly answered the young man.
– But when do you think? – asked the scientist
Hello! I am Clara. We want to say that we are very happy to work together on this project. However, it isn’t easy to write on the inventions and discoveries. We must study new vocabulary, but it will help us understand English better. We will also promote our Polish inventors and scientists! So, we are ready to work. Greetings from Daleszyce!