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Socrates – Comenius 1 Nemzetközi Iskolai Együttműködések 2008/2009. Az ’Our European Cultural Heritage’ – Az európai kulturális örökségünk c. pályázatban, nemzetközi játékban e-mailben tudattuk két havonta (novemberben, januárban, márciusban) partnereinkkel a számunkra/számukra - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Socrates – Comenius 1 Nemzetközi Iskolai
HÍREK A NAGYVILÁGBÓL…
Az ’Our European Cultural Heritage’ – Az európai kulturális örökségünk c. pályázatban, nemzetközi játékbane-mailben tudattuk két havonta(novemberben, januárban,
márciusban) partnereinkkel a számunkra/számukra érdekes eseményeket.
Last week our class, the Junior 6, went on an outing to Valletta, the Capital city of Malta.
In Valletta, we visited St.John’s Co-Cathedral.The ceiling of the Cathedral is covered by many beautiful paintings by Mattia Preti. At the cathedral we saw many other famous paintings amongst which the famous beheading of St.John by Caravaggio. Caravaggio painted this painting during his stay in Malta when he was on the run from the Italian authorities.During our visit to Valletta, we also visited the Malta Experience. This is the History of Malta retold in a filmed documentary. The Malta Experience is housed at the Sacra Infermeria. This building was used by the Knights of St.John as the hospital of the Order. The Sacra Infermeria is found infront of the sea in the south of Valletta. To get there we walked down all Merchants’ Street, where the daily market takes place.
We really enjoyed ourselves during this outing and we also learnt a lot about the history of our little island.Next time, we will tell you about our next outing.
Romániából… November News 2008
The 100-Year-Old Christmas Tree
“Oh, Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree,
of all the trees most lovely.”
A very old fir-tree was cut down and brought to the Big Square of the city to be decorated and guard the city at Christmas time.
A team of workers, a big crane, as well as a large lorry were needed to cut down the huge fir-tree and carry it from the forest to the city centre.
The fir-tree is 20 meters tall and its trunk is 65
centimeters thick. The experts studied the rings in the tree trunk and
calculated the age of the fir-tree: 100 years!
It is standing in the Big Square, waiting to be adorned and brightened by hundreds of lights to the joy of the children!
You can see it live at:
We are looking forward to hearing from you! Best wishes, Your Romanian partners
Magyarországról… NEWS FROM HUNGARY
There was a Halloween party in our school on the 7th of November.
The dark room was decorated with balloons, pumpkins and posters.
We could come only in costumes! The owners of the best costumes
got some chocolates.
There was a pumpkin carving and poster competition too.
In the afternoon there were interesting games and we could win some candies.
On the lottery there were lots of small toys and candies. Finally there was a dance party.
It was written by Class 4. c It was transleted by Ablonczay Réka, Móka Barbara, Somogyi Blanka (Class
Januári e-mail Lengyelországból,
January News from Poland
In January we had a very nice event at school prepared by our pupils and teachers. Pupils sang the most beautiful Polish Christmas carols for parents, grandparents and friends. During this unusual concert we collected money for charity. We all wanted to help children in the orphanage in our city.
Romániából, January, 2009Hello Dear Partners, January is a special month for us, as on the 15th, year after year, we celebrate the birthday of Romania’s national poet, Mihai Eminescu. You may remember that we have mentioned him among the most famous Romanian personalities of the past. So, we had a special moment when the pupils recited poems written by Eminescu, sang songs composed on his lyrics and watched a movie about his life.
Eminescu’s poems have been translated in more than 60 languages and the pupils recited some of his poems in English, German and French. The most “daring” have also tried to translate one of his poems into English and then compare it with another version translated by an expert. In this way they realized that it is important to understand the poetical meanings as well as to have a deep knowledge of the English language.
Hope you enjoy our pictures! Best wishes, The Comenius Team from Romania
Motto: “With life's tomorrow time you grasp,
Its yesterdays you fling away,And still, in spite of all remains Its long eternity, today.”
(Mihai Eminescu, “With Life’s Tomorrow”)
Magyarországról… NEWS FROM HUNGARY
The Dakar Rally (or simply "The Dakar"; formerly known as "The Paris-Dakar" or "Paris to Dakar Rally") is an annual rally raid type of off-road automobile race, organised by the Amaury Sport Organisation. Most events since the inception in 1978 were from Paris in France to Dakar in Senegal, but due to political instability in Africa, the 2009 Dakar Rally was run in South America, the first time the race took place outside of Europe and Africa. The race is open to amateur and professional entries. Amateurs typically make up about eighty percent of the participants. Despite its name it is an off-road endurance race, called a rally-raid rather than a conventional rally — the terrain the competitors traverse is much tougher and the vehicles used are true off-road vehicles rather than the modified sedans used in rallies.
Most of the competitive special sections are off-road, crossing dunes, mud, camel grass, rocks and erg among others. The distances of each stage covered vary from short distances up to 800–900 kilometres (500–560 mi) per day.
Hungary entered six teams. We had one biker in the race, János Dési, riding a
KTM. There were three car teams: the Balázs Szalay –
László Bunkóczy duo (Opel Antra), László Palik – Gábor Darázs team (Nissan Navarra) and the László Liszi – József Fenesi pair (Mitsubishi Pajero).
We entered two truck teams with Zsolt Darázsi, Bea Bahor, Róbert Kis (MAN) on the one, and Zoltán Szaller, László Pocsik, Tibot Csitári (MAN) on the other.
Of the car teams the Szalay – Bunkóczy and the Palik – Darázsi duos stood the best chance of achieving high rankings.
The latter team drove a factory model, so they had a better chance of avoiding mechanical failure.
If the car of the Szalay – Bunkóczy duo had broken, then the Darázsi – Bahor – Kis truck team would have helped them to fix it.
The first Hungarians to finish the race were the Palik team qualifying 21st in the overall standings.
The topic was found by Class 3. b It was written by Ádám Dugasz and János Farkas, Class 5. b
Márciusi események Németországból,
Hello boys and girls!
4a and 4b, from Grundschule Dachauer Str. 98 in Munich, spent 5 days in a Youth Hostel near Starnberger See, Bavaria, from 16.2. –20.2.2009.
We had a very nice meal every day.
Have a look at Starnberger See in Marvellous winter landscape!
Here you can see a very old Bavarianpilgrimage church and us, having lots of funsliding in the snow.
Happiness in deep snow!
We visited the romanticcastle of Linderhof!
Best greetings, have a nice time!
SCHOOL – CYPRUS MARCH 2009 email
Hello friends in Europe! We are the children of the 6th grade and we are very happy to report you this letter.
In March we had the opportunity to travel to Greece (Athens) with 3 of our teachers and meet the students of our partner school in Athens.
You see we have been participating in another (environmental) project
apart from the Comenius one. Not only did we learn a lot about
environmental issues but also we made new friends from another country, we played games with them and had the opportunity to see the sights in Athens!
It was a trip to remember!!!
Magyarországról… Our school, year- on –
year, organize the Napközis Gala named event. This year we had it on the 24th of February.
On this Year’s Ceremony there were fairy tales and dance performances.
2008 was the year of the Renaissance, so in that topic were the pieces of performance.
The topic was found by Class 2.c It was transleted by Class 6
Még mindig RÉGI ÉS ÚJ… Decemberben régi és új magyar épületek makettjeit készítettük el Szabó Ági néni vezetésével.
Az 1.b osztály csomagolta a„pakkokat”.