It is morning in a flat located in an old, still unrenovated turn-of-the-century house in the popular Berlin district of Kreuzberg. Anna, a woman in her 20s, is sitting at the dining table in her pyjamas, with an old laptop computer, a bowl of muesli and a cup of coffee. As her husband Markus comes in,… (συνέχεια…)
Άρθρα για ‘Χωρίς κατηγορία’
Fifa World Cup France Γαλλία French γαλλικός
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Fifa World Cup Thomas André A. Meunier (b. 12 September 1991) is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a right-back for Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund and the Belgium national team. Belgian Βέλγος, βελγικός Belgium Βέλγιο Belgium hold on to beat Canada
— Μακάρι το πόδι της γαλοπούλας να γίνει δικό σου αυτή την Ημέρα των Ευχαριστιών! Ο δάσκαλός σου 34ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Αθηνών
Ο μαθητής μου Χρήστος (Ε’ τάξη) έλαβε σήμερα ζωγραφιές κι ευχές για γρήγορα περαστικά από το σχολείο École Montessori Bilingue du Bugey που βρίσκεται στην κωμόπολη Champagne-en-Valromey (Σαμπάν-αν-Βαλρομέ) στην περιοχή Bugey (Μπυζέ) της ανατολικής Γαλλίας. Champagne-en-Valromey Bugey
An Online Card for Yolanda Η κάρτα που έφτιαξα για τη μαθήτριά μου Γιολάντα (Γ’ τάξη) — Γιολάντα, είσαι ένας από τους πιο δυνατούς και γενναίους ανθρώπους που ξέρω! Θα το ξεπεράσεις αυτό, σ’ το υπόσχομαι.
Archaeological Museum of Thebes, Greece The 6th millennium BC spanned the years 6000 BC to 5001 BC. It is impossible to precisely date events that happened around the time of this millennium and all dates mentioned are estimates mostly based on geological and anthropological analysis. The only exceptions are the felling dates for some… (συνέχεια…)
Fürstenbergschule Ense (Βόρεια Ρηνανία-Βεστφαλία) Οι φίλοι μας στο Ένζε έλαβαν τα γράμματά μας (ΣΤ’ τάξη).
Οι φίλοι μας από το Fürstenbergschule Ense (Βόρεια Ρηνανία-Βεστφαλία) έλαβαν τα γράμματά μας (Α’ τάξη) και μας γράφουν κι εκείνοι.
Α’ τάξη This is our robot, Edison. Γ’ τάξη Let’s play! ΣΤ’ τάξη
Επικίνδυνες προκλήσεις στο διαδίκτυο
Miniatur Wunderland (Miniature Wonderland) Miniatur Wunderland (German for “miniature wonderland”) is a model railway and miniature airport attraction in Hamburg, Germany, the largest of its kind in the world. The railway is located in the historic Speicherstadt neighbourhood of the city. Fischmarkt (Fish Market) Every Sunday morning, the Hamburg Fish Market by the… (συνέχεια…)
pencil case κασετίνα magnet μαγνήτης, -άκι
Panos Triantafyllou (b. 1987) is a Greek wheelchair fencer who competes in épée and sabre. He won the silver medal in the men’s sabre B event at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro and the bronze medal at the 2020 Summer Paralympics in Tokyo. Όταν έχω εσένα | When I Have You Fotini Darra is a Greek singer born on the… (συνέχεια…)
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Τα γράμματα κι οι ζωγραφιές μας (Δ’ τάξη) έφτασαν στους μαθητές του École élémentaire publique l’Hermitage στο Pontoise.
A causeway is a raised path or road that crosses water or wet land.
James Wright (1927–1980) was an American poet from Martins Ferry, Ohio. He spoke in defence of the lives of the disenfranchised. He is equally well known for his tender depictions of the bleak landscapes of the post-industrial American Midwest. A Blessing Just off the highway to Rochester, Minnesota, Twilight bounds softly forth on the grass. And… (συνέχεια…)
An Online Card for Anna-Maria Η κάρτα που έφτιαξα για τη μαθήτριά μου Άννα-Μαρία (Στ’ τάξη) — Φρόντισε τον εαυτό σου και γίνε γρήγορα καλά, Άννα-Μαρία! Ο δάσκαλός σου 34ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Αθηνών
Wir wollen doch einfach nur zusammen sein.
Γράμματα και ζωγραφιές που ήρθαν από το σχολείο École élémentaire publique l’Hermitage της γαλλικής πόλης Pontoise για τους μαθητές μου της Δ’ τάξης.
Ζωγραφιές από το 26ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Πατρών με ευχές για γρήγορα περαστικά στο μαθητή μου Κωνσταντίνο (Β’ τάξη).
Gogo, Alexandra and Athena are happy and thankful for the drawings they have received from us. 26ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Πατρών 26th Primary School of Patras
An Online Card for Chris An Online Card for Thanos María de la Yedra Martínez Expósito Colegio Salesiano Santo Domingo Savio
Die größte Altstadtkirmes in Europa The Soest Fair Το πανηγύρι του Ζόοστ The largest old town fair in Europe! Το μεγαλύτερο πανηγύρι παλιάς πόλης στην Ευρώπη! Hawkers and bull’s eyes in a picturesque old town setting: old traditions live on at the Soest All Saints’ Day Fair. An old town sounds like a rather unlikely… (συνέχεια…)
Η αφίσα που έφτιαξα για το μαθητή μου Θάνο της ΣΤ’ τάξης. Ελπίζοντας να βρίσκεις δύναμη σε κάθε νέα μέρα: Γρήγορα περαστικά, Θάνο!
Η αφίσα που έφτιαξα για το μαθητή μου Χρήστο της Ε’ τάξης. Χρήστο, χρησιμοποίησε τις υπερφυσικές δυνάμεις σου και γίνε γρήγορα καλά! —και ο ελέφαντας που μου έστειλε μετά ο Χρήστος: This happy elephant was given to me by my student Chris when I wished him a quick recovery.
Self-reflection on Effective Learning by Fostering the Use of Innovative Educational Technologies Εργαλείο αναστοχασμού της ομάδας “Trainees eCourses eTwinning Greece” Ευρωπαϊκό Πλαίσιο για την Ψηφιακή Ικανότητα των Εκπαιδευτικών
“Many Rivers to Cross” is a song written and recorded in 1969 by Jimmy Cliff. It has since been recorded by many musicians, including Eric Burdon & The Animals. The Animals were an English rock band, formed in Newcastle upon Tyne in the early 1960s. The band moved to London upon finding fame in 1964. The Animals were known for… (συνέχεια…)
Μαθητές μου της Γ’ και Δ’ τάξης ζωγράφισαν σήμερα για να ευχηθούν «περαστικά» σε τρεις μαθήτριες της Γ’ τάξης του 26ου Δημοτικού Σχολείου Πατρών. Γ’ τάξη, 34ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Αθηνών Δ’ τάξη, 34ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Αθηνών
για τα προγράμματα σχολικών δραστηριοτήτων 25 Οκτ. 2022
Οι μαθητές του Β1 και του Β2 του 2ου Δημοτικού Σχολείου Αχαρνών εύχονται περαστικά στο μαθητή μου Κωνσταντίνο της Β’ τάξης:
By Studio Rygalik, Poland
L’Hermitage Elementary School Τα παιδιά από τη Γαλλία που αλληλογραφούν φέτος με τους μαθητές μου της Δ’ τάξης. Our friends live in Pontoise, France near Paris. Οι φίλοι μας κατοικούν στο Ποντουάζ της Γαλλίας, κοντά στο Παρίσι.
που συμβάλλει στην υγιή ψυχοκοινωνική ανάπτυξη των παιδιών και την προστασία αυτών από Δυσμενείς Παιδικές Εμπειρίες
It Doesn’t Matter What Language It’s Written In It doesn’t matter what language it’s written in. Every language is foreign, incomprehensible. Every word, hardly pronounced, Flees far away, where nothing or nobody can reach it. It doesn’t matter how much is known. Nobody can read. Nobody knows what lightning is— Even less so when it’s… (συνέχεια…)
“The Laughing Policeman” is a music hall song recorded by British artist Charles Penrose (published under the pseudonym Charles Jolly in 1922). The song describes a fat jolly policeman who cannot stop laughing and has a chorus in which the sound of laughter is made in a sustained semi musical way by the singer. I know a fat old policeman… (συνέχεια…)
Η αφίσα που έφτιαξα για το μαθητή μου Κωνσταντίνο της Β’ τάξης. — Κωνσταντίνε, είσαι τόσο γενναίος! Γρήγορα περαστικά! Ο δάσκαλός σου 34ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Αθηνών
Michael Donaghy (1954-2004) was a poet and musician, born in New York City to Irish immigrant parents. He grew up in the Bronx. After earning a BA from Fordham University and an MA from the University of Chicago, he moved to London in 1985. Machines Dearest, note how these two are alike: This harpsicord pavane… (συνέχεια…)
The national Māori flag, also known as the Tino rangatiratanga (absolute sovereignty) flag. Designed in 1989, it is widely used by Māori groups. https://www.newzealand.com/us/maori-culture/ There are over 100 iwi (tribes) in Aotearoa (New Zealand). Each with their own stories to tell.
The antidoron (i.e. “instead of the Eucharistic gifts”) is ordinary leavened bread which is blessed but not consecrated and distributed in the Eastern Orthodox Church. It comes from the remains of the loaves of bread from which portions are cut for consecration as the Eucharist during the Divine Liturgy. loaf, πληθ. loaves
Κατασκευή και βασικά στοιχεία εμψύχωσης χάρτινης κούκλας 10 Οκτ. 2022
An escalator is a moving staircase that carries people between floors of a building or structure; a power-driven set of stairs arranged like an endless belt that ascend or descend continuously.
Annie Ernaux (b. 1940) was awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Literature “for the courage and clinical acuity with which she uncovers the roots, estrangements and collective restraints of personal memory.”
School trip (England) / Field trip (USA) We had a great time! Περάσαμε πολύ ωραία!
Robert Creeley (1926–2005) was a poet born in Arlington, Massachusetts. He grew up in Acton. At the age of two, he lost his left eye. In his later years he was an advocate of, and a mentor to, many younger poets, as well as to others outside of the poetry… (συνέχεια…)
και Εργαλεία για την ενίσχυση της αυτο-προστασίας των παιδιών
Κάντε κλικ εδώ και γιορτάστε την Ευρωπαϊκή Ημέρα Γλωσσών! https://blogs.sch.gr/konvoulgar/files/2022/09/Language-Journey.pdf
Tous ensemble… Naturellement ! Brune ou blonde, c’est la même chose.
Robert Bly (1926-2021) was a poet, essayist, and activist from Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota. The Buried Train Tell me about the train that people say got buried By the avalanche—was it snow? It was In Colorado, and no one saw it happen. There was smoke from the engine curling up Lightly through fir… (συνέχεια…)
Anne–Marie Derèse (b. 1938) is a poet from Franières, Belgium. Face Stolen From a Bird I don’t know who you’re hiding behind your mask, your face stolen from a bird, imprisoned by red ashes. I will love you the way one dies. I will keep you for years to come, you will be so… (συνέχεια…)
Derek Walcott (1930–2017) was a poet, playwright, and Nobel Prize laureate from Castries, Saint Lucia. Love After Love The time will come when, with elation you will greet yourself arriving at your own door, in your own mirror and each will smile at the other’s welcome, and say, sit here. Eat. You will love… (συνέχεια…)
Russell Edson (1935-2014) was a poet, novelist, and illustrator from Connecticut. The Floor The floor is something we must fight against. Whilst seemingly mere platform for the human stance, it is that place that men fall to. I am not dizzy. I stand as a tower, a lighthouse; the pale ray of my… (συνέχεια…)
William Bronk (1918-1999) was a poet from Fort Edward, New York. For his book, Life Supports (1981), he won the National Book Award for Poetry. The Smile on the Face of a Kouros This boy, of course, was… (συνέχεια…)
Iphigenia (Greek: Ιφιγένεια) is a 1977 Greek film directed by Michael Cacoyannis, based on the Greek myth of Iphigenia, the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, who was ordered by the goddess Artemis to be sacrificed. Cacoyannis adapted the film—the third in his “Greek tragedy” trilogy after the release of Electra in 1962 and The… (συνέχεια…)
Denise Duhamel (b. 1961) is a poet from Woonsocket, Rhode Island. She received a BFA degree from Emerson College and an MFA degree from Sarah Lawrence College. Yes According to Culture Shock: A Guide to Customs and Etiquette of Filipinos, when my husband says yes, he could also… (συνέχεια…)
Jack Prelutsky (b. 1940) is a children’s poet from Brooklyn, New York. Last Night I Dreamed of Chickens Last night I dreamed of chickens, there were chickens everywhere, they were standing on my stomach, they were nesting in my hair, they were pecking at my pillow, they were hopping on my head, they were ruffling… (συνέχεια…)
James Schuyler (1923-1991) was born in Chicago, IL, but he was inspired to write poetry when he moved with his family to East Aurora, NY, when he was 15 years old. However, his first major collection was published when Schuyler was 46 years old. Sunday The… (συνέχεια…)
Linda Pastan (b. 1932) was raised in New York City but has lived for most of her life in Potomac, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, DC. She has published 15 books of poetry and a number of essays. A New Poet Finding a new poet is like finding a new wildflower out in… (συνέχεια…)
Άλλη μία σχολική χρονιά σημαίνει ότι θα κάνεις καλούς φίλους και θα αποκτήσεις καινούριες υπέροχες αναμνήσεις. Σου εύχομαι καλή αρχή! Ο δάσκαλός σου 34ο Δημοτικό Σχολείο Αθηνών
Dimitris P. Kraniotis (b. 1966) is a poet from Stomio, a coastal town in central Greece. He has studied medicine and works as a pathologist in Larissa, Greece. Ideals Snow-covered mountains, ancient monuments, a north wind that nods to us, a thought that flows, images imbued with hymns of history, words on signs with… (συνέχεια…)
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador from 1988 to 1993 “I can testify to what UNICEF means to children, because I was among those who received food and medical relief after World War II. I have a long-lasting gratitude and trust for what UNICEF does.” Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993)
Edward Dorn (1929-1999) was a poet and teacher from Villa Grove, Illinois. He grew up in rural poverty during the Great Depression. He is often associated with the Black Mountain poets. Heart of Copper The Candidate, answering a question about El Salvador, generalized by saying he thought we should support human rights everywhere they… (συνέχεια…)
Carolyn Kizer (1925–2014) was an American poet from Spokane, Washington. Her works reached into mythology, politics, and feminism. She won the Pulitzer Prize in 1985. The Ungrateful Garden Midas watched the golden crust That formed over his steaming sores, Hugged his agues, loved his lust, But damned to hell the out-of-doors Where blazing motes… (συνέχεια…)
W. S. Merwin (1927–2019) was an American poet from New York City. He wrote more than fifty books of poetry and prose, and produced many works in translation. Beggars and Kings In the evening all the hours that weren’t used are emptied out and the beggars are waiting to gather them up to open… (συνέχεια…)
Poet, journalist and travel writer Hugo Williams was born in 1942 in Windsor and grew up in Sussex. Siren Song I phone from time to time, to see if she’s changed the music on her answerphone. ‘Tell me in two words,’ goes the recording, ‘what you were going to tell in a… (συνέχεια…)
This is a wonderful new jazz/Algerian chaâbi fusion album called Koum Tara: Chaâbi, Jazz and Strings. The band’s name, Koum Tara, means “stand up and admire.” It is based on a popular traditional Algerian folk song and poem about beauty, nature, and life. Chaâbi is a form of popular music in North Africa (Algeria, Morocco, and Egypt) that… (συνέχεια…)
Spike Milligan (1918-2002) was a British-Irish actor, comedian, writer, musician, poet, and playwright, born in Ahmednagar, British Colonial India. The Lion If you’re attacked by a Lion Find fresh underpants to try on Lay on the ground quite still Pretend you… (συνέχεια…)
Anne Sexton (1928-1974) was a poet born in Newton, Massachusetts, known for her highly personal, confessional verse. The Starry Night That does not keep me from having a terrible need of—shall I say the word—religion. Then I go out at night to paint the stars. —Vincent van Gogh… (συνέχεια…)
Ian Emberson (1936–2013) was a poet from Hove, Sussex, proud to have been christened by the poet Andrew Young. After moving around quite a bit, he spent his life in the small town of Todmorden, West Yorkshire. Lingering by the Doorway of the Woods I was picking blackberries when I thought of the… (συνέχεια…)
Wendell Berry (b. 1934) is a poet from Newcastle, Kentucky. He continues to farm the land along the Kentucky River that his family has worked for two centuries. Woods I part the out thrusting branches and come in beneath the blessed and the blessing trees. Though I am silent there is singing around me…. (συνέχεια…)
Alan Dugan (1923-2003) was a poet from New York City. He wrote with bemused sarcasm about mundane topics, infusing them with irony. How We Heard the Name The river brought down dead horses, dead men and military debris, indicative of war or official acts upstream, but it went by, it all goes by, that… (συνέχεια…)
Alicia Ostriker (b. 1937) is a poet from Brooklyn, New York. She is the author of sixteen poetry collections. The Encounter with the Goddess There is one story and one story only That will prove worth your telling —Robert Graves, “To Juan at the Winter Solstice” That one story worth your telling Is the… (συνέχεια…)
An oeil-de-boeuf, also œil de bœuf and sometimes anglicized as ox-eye window or bull’s-eye window, is a relatively small oval or circular window, typically for an upper storey, and sometimes set in a roof slope as a dormer, or above a door to let in natural light. It has glazing bars (bars framing the panes of glass) as spokes radiating outward from an empty… (συνέχεια…)
Χάρης Γεωργιακάκης: Ο εκπαιδευτικός της χρονιάς Transforming a School Education Leaders Awards Δημοτικό Σχολείο Βοριζίων
Adam Wolfond is a non-speaking autistic artist, poet, and university lecturer. Poetry is part of his body. “It is nature to me,” he says through a speech-generating device, an iPad text-to-speech application. “I think that non-speakers like me dance with language.” His work has been featured in multimedia exhibitions, documentary films, academic journals, and philosophical… (συνέχεια…)
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Robert Lowell (1917-1977) grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. He studied at Harvard University and Kenyon College. Child’s Song My cheap toy lamp gives little light all night, all night, when my muscles cramp. Sometimes I touch your hand across my cot, and our fingers knot, but there’s no hand to… (συνέχεια…)
Fatemeh Shams is a contemporary Iranian poet, literary scholar and translator, currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and teaching Persian literature at the University of Pennsylvania. Handwriting You can tell from my uneven hand from the hunched back of my “Shin” from the crooked lines of my “Noon” I’m under the lash of forgetting my… (συνέχεια…)
Bes Bajraktarević is a Bosnian Ph.D. student in comparative literature at Harvard University. Her research focuses on the intersections of law, philosophy, and the humanities, as well as literary theory and criticism. Three Citizens, a Flower Leaves in a pond in an almost-rose, a thirty-year-old defacement by a mortar shell explosion at my feet…. (συνέχεια…)
Casting Elliott in E.T. Η ακρόαση για το ρόλο του Elliott στον Εξωγήινο Ο ηθοποιός Henry Thomas (γεν. 1971) σε μικρή ηλικία περνά από ακρόαση για να πάρει το ρόλο του Elliott στην ταινία E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Ο Εξωγήινος). Film producer and director Steven Spielberg can be heard off camera saying, “Okay, kid, you… (συνέχεια…)
Tony Sanders (1957–2015) was a poet from New York City. He earned his BA from Yale University, MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and PhD from the University of Houston. After Friendship These days there’s not much in the fridge to pick on except take-out spicy bean curd and a block of rice in… (συνέχεια…)
The Tuareg comprise only around 11 percent of Niger’s population, but their culture is remarkable. They live in the northern regions of the Ténéré desert and Aïr mountains, and travel throughout the Sahel. One prominent Tuareg musician is Alhousseini Anivolla. Aïr and Ténéré National Nature Reserve
Although they are typically referred to as “cow bells” due to their extensive use with cattle, the bells are used on a wide variety of animals. The primary reason that goats and sheep wear bells is so that farmers can find them. Pastures can be large, hilly, and covered with tall grass, so seeing every sheep… (συνέχεια…)
Poet, critic, and professor James Longenbach (1959–2022) wrote primarily on modernist and contemporary poetry. Second Life Accompanied To the Campi Flegrei By a shadow, She listened to voices rise From the darkness, Then recede. Instruments Sustained them. When one had finished Others played. False proportions Sung boldly. Rain on the roof tiles. O selve, o… (συνέχεια…)
Laura Theis writes poetry, songs, and fiction in her second language. She is an award-winning musician and writer from Ottobrunn, Germany. She now lives in Oxford, England. Ameisenverteilungsmaschine my disapproving mother tells me nobody wants to read poems about ant distribution machines in fact nobody wants to read poems at all they are unnecessary… (συνέχεια…)