Thursday, 3 December 2015

SPAIN XMAS CARDS



Christmas is coming and we are preparing our own Christmas Cards for send and share with you all. Very soon you'll have these news from Spain.




Christmas greeting from Slovakia. 

 

Equality quotes... 

Thursday, 26 November 2015

ITALIAN LESSONS

ITALIAN LESSONS

EQUALITY BETWEEN DISABLED AND "NORMAL "PEOPLE
 (It is the same lesson we had in Levice)

the picture in one side and in the other side copy the pattern of the puzzle



THE LAST SENTENCE TO PUT IN ORDER IS:

L’IDEA E’ CHE DAVANTI ALLE DIFFICOLTA’ SCOPRIAMO DI ESSERE CAPACI DI COSE CHE NON AVREMMO MAI CREDUTO.
THE IDEA IS THAT - FACING THE DIFFICULTIES - YOU CAN DISCOVER TO BE ABLE TO DO THINGS - THAT YOU WOULD NEVER BELIEVE .

YOU CAN TRANSLATE IT IN YOUR OWN LANGUAGE TOO

the support to the lesson...










THIS VIDEO IS A SUPPORT FOR THE LESSON





EQUALITY BETWEEN DIFFERENT RACES




to be continued with pictures





to be continued with pics






                             







Power point for the lesson






THE SONG 



                      




POWER POINT TO RUN THE LESSON

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Friday, 13 November 2015

COOKING WORSHOPS, POLAND

Polish pupils practise EQUALITY BETWEEN DISABLED AND HEALTHY. We organised cooking workshops with kids from a school for disabled children. Kids made fruit dishes together. By doing simple things together we understood clearly that WE ALL ARE THE SAME UNDER THE EUROPEAN SKY. That's the beauty of this project and the beauty of life!!!


Kasia Olczak's Slidely by Slidely Slideshow

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

RACES EQUALITY: SPANISH LESSON

This is a lesson about equality between persons of different races and cultures. Children from 5th C primary class of Ramon Laporta School (Spain) are working about themselves and their colleagues, seeing external differences but checking that we are equal like persons and that our families are not different.














Thursday, 29 October 2015

OUR PROJECT AT LEVICE'S PRESS

One of principals aims on Erasmus+ Projects is the dissemination of works and activities. In this case, it's amazing to see these news about visits and activities during Slovakia meeting on Levice's digital press.


Monday, 26 October 2015

VOORHOUT VISIT IN POLISH EYES :)

WE HAD AN AMAZING TIME IN HOLLAND! WE LOVED TOTALLY EVERYTHING! 
Especially we liked the visit in Humanity house and Synagogue in Amsterdam, where we could get to know a lot about life of refugees and about Jewish religion. We also enjoyed the Gender Equality lesson about Princesses conducted by our Polish teachers Kasia Olczak and Agnieszka Sendorek-Buyuksolak. This is a short video presentation about our amazing time in Netherlands. 


 

Voorhout visit, 2015 by Slidely Slideshow

SPANISH LESSON ABOUT HOUSE DUTIES, CLASS 3, POLAND

Teacher Ela Łukawska conducted Spanish lesson with the class 3C. She invited teachers and parents to observe it. We enjoyed it very much and kids were really happy and interested in a topic. We all hope we changed their attitude and now they wil share their duties more fair in their actual and future families. 

 

Kasia Olczak's Slidely by Slidely Slideshow

AND YOU? WHAT DO YOU DO? SPANISH LESSON IN POLAND

Teacher Kasia Olczak conducted a Polish language lesson about home duties according to Spanish scenario. Pupils from class 4b filled in a survey and discussed about the ways to distribute houseworks more just. We liked this lesson very much!! We invited also parents to watch their children working.
Congratulations to Spanish teachers! 



SPANISH LESSON POLAND 2015 by Slidely Photo Gallery

DUTCH FAIRY TALES LESSON IN ENGLISH, POLAND

It was a challenge!! Our English teacher Ania Nowakowska made an English lessons about fairy tales according to Dutch scenario. During the first lesson pupils of class 6A changed fairy tales and wrote dialogues. During the second lesson they acted short plays according to the dialogues. We all had superfun! I was JUST AMAZED!! they did such a good job!!! 

Alles is mogelijk!!!
 
 

DUTCH LESSON POLAND by Slidely Photo Gallery

Spanish GENDER PE lesson in Poland

Our young PE teacher Adrian made a Spanish PE lesson with pupils from class 5A. That was really interesting and gave us a lot of thinking. Girls are equal to boys in all sports! Great lesson! Thank you, Spanish teachers! Bravooooo!


http://slide.ly/gallery/view/3bfefd21c1ed54e314fc128a2c96bba7

Kasia Olczak's SlidelyGallery by Slidely Photo Gallery

Dutch Gender Equality Lesson in Polish language, POLAND

That is a short presentation of Gender Equality lesson from Netherlands. Teacher Kasia Olczak made it in Polish language with pupils from class 4b. We changed 4 fairy tales and we prepared short plays with them. We had a lot of fun! Genial idea, wonderful lesson! Thanks a lot, Dutch team!!!


http://slide.ly/view/8369a3765a93f874639f445bd2512fc3

Sunday, 25 October 2015

MEMORIES OF SLOVAKIA MEETING

Hello everybody!
This is a little video with some of best moments for Spanish team in Slovakia.
We miss you all already!
See you in Spain ;)


Friday, 23 October 2015

OUR PROJECT IN SLOVAK TV

One of principal aims in the Erasmus+ projects is the capacity of dissemination of them. In our case, the great Slovak team did the better that is possible to do: to disseminate on TV. Here are two clips on Slovak TV about visits to Special Needs School and Therapeutic Horse Ranch.
Congratulations to Slovak team and our special coordinator Vladimir Mosijenko!







Saturday, 26 September 2015

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Report of the meeting in Voorhout through the eyes of Italian students

Report of the meeting in Voorhout through the eyes of 
Italian students

From Veronica Gramaccini






From Gaia Mammarella e Martina Polverini



From Giada Marinelli e Veronica Panetti   

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Visit to Voorhout

video

Impression of the visit To Voorhout in The Netherlands.
Sixteen teachers and thirty pupils had a wonderful time. During a week they visited musea to learn about the life of refugees and different cultures and their religion. The pupils stayed in host families were they experienced Dutch family life and worked togeter with Dutch pupils on  project activities.The week ended with an evening for parents, pupils and teachers with presentations of the pupils.

Monday, 18 May 2015

EQUALITY LESSONS, TURKEY




TURKEY, EQUALITY LESSON




EQUALITY LESSONS

 In our school, 6 second-grade  teachers done different versions of this scenarios at their classes.
TITLE: Gender Equality
SUBJECT: Social Studies

LESSON TITLE: Peer Exclusion

THE TEACHERS AND THE SCHOOL: Gülten Yetik
Yeni Turan Primary School.
AGE OF THE STUDENTS: 8

LEVEL: 2nd Grade

TIME: 45 minutes

NECESSARY EQUIPMENTS: Course book, pictures, worksheets, Word Web tools

OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the course; the students

  • will be able to behave equally eachother.

  • will be able to collaborate eachother
  • will be able to act
  • will be able to use the internet to become more informed about the topic.
  • will be able to identify equality vision
  • will be able to recognize how bad is bullying
  • will be able to identify people’s physical appearance.

  • will be able to describe people and recognize the equality of gender.
  • will be able to learn the types of jobs

Classroom Resources:


Problem: Sometimes a group of children won't let another kid play with them just because of their gender. Gender is whether you are a boy or a girl. Sometimes boys will say that a girl can't play with them. Sometimes girls will say that boys can't play with them.
Rationale: This isn't nice. It is wrong to exclude someone just because they are a boy or a girl, or because of their gender. Not letting someone play with you just because of their gender is called bullying, and bullying is not allowed at Yeni Turan Primary School.
Presentation:
Warm up:          
The teacher asks the pupils to fill the activity in annex 1 for identifing the differences of the games and the toys acccording to the gender.
0r
The teacher asks the pupils to fill the activity in annex 1 for identifing the roles of the people at home or around.

Questions:
What should you do if someone says you can't play in their game just because you are a boy or a girl?
You should answer: "You can't say, 'Boys [girls] can't play.'"
Case Practice
I. Okay, so let's practice what we should say if someone won't let us play with them because we are a boy or a girl! Ali and Veli are playing on the jungle gym, and Ayşe wants to join them, but they tell her that she can't. They say "Girls can't play this game." What do we tell Ali and Veli? One, two, three GO!
Answer: "You can't say, 'Girls can't play.'"
II. Good job! Let's try another one. Serap, Canan and Handan are playing on the jungle gym and Berke  wants to join them. They tell him, "Only girls can play this game." What should we tell Serap, Canan and Handan? One, two, three GO!
  
Answer: "You can't say, 'Boys can't play.'"
   
III. Good job! Let's try another one. Banu and Özge are playing in the sandbox, and Arda wants to join them, but they tell him that he can't because he is a boy. What do we say? One, two, three GO!
Answer: "You can't say, 'Boys can't play.'"
IV. Good job! Let's try another one. Ali and Umut are playing with blocks during playtime in class. Seda really likes playing with blocks and decides to join Ali and Umut, but they tell her, "Girls can't play with us today!"What do we tell Ali and Umut? One, two, three GO!
Answer: "You can't say, 'Girls can't play.'"

Follow up; At the end of the lesson the students are asked to draw some pictures related to the subject.

Annex 1.

Thing I like to do
Things I don’t like to
Things I have to do


Things I couldn’t





Resource: http://www.tolerance.org/classroom-resources
Ps. We have inspired from this  website.


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