in the true spirit of sportsmanship by k966Xd


									2nd Elementary School     CEIP Tucci, Martos,
of Paleo Faliro, Greece      Jaén, Spain

                             Mary Frentzou
                             eTwinning Ambassador

Our project develops democratic citizenship through
curricular and extracurricular activities

Our criteria for choosing the subject were:
  to be crosscuricular
  to be able to implement it in the school curriculum
  to be relevant with the guidelines and the targets of the
  European Union
        How we developed our project

Our strategies for teaching values education included:

  focusing on student knowledge, behaviour and feeling;

  using quotes, literature and everyday situations;

  developing student skills;

  having students work together cooperatively in heterogeneous
        How we developed our project

We tuned our activities with
   national and international celebrations
   contemporary events, actions and projects our schools do

We found values inherent in school book texts and in the
everyday curriculum.
Main language of our project is English but we also used
Greek and Spanish.
           Our Monthly Action Plan

MONTH          VALUES EDUCATION              International
October        Responsibility and Study
November       Respect / Children'sRights    20th Nov
December       Love                          Christmas
January        Peace and Non Violence        30th January
February       Solidarity and Equal Rights   8th March
March          The Spring Day of Europe      21st March
April          Health                        7th April
May            Europe                        9th May
June           Environment                   5th June
         Blind Children Visit Our

Some days ago seven blind children came at school.
They were very friendly.I made a friend, her name is
Andrianna. She is very beautiful. We played with her
talked and made figures with plasticine. The boys
played football and basketball. We talked about the
Aprendemos el alfabeto Braille

             Carlos es un magnífico profesor.
             The Acropolis

Nos vamos de paseo por Atenas, visitamos el
Los alumnos buscan información y fotografías,
se lee en clase y pasamos las fotos para que
todos las vean.
               The Acropolis

Last Monday we visited with our teachers the
When we were there we tried to find out the things
that our Spanish friends had questions so we can
email them the answers.
              The Olympic Games

                                 The Olympic Oath

                                 "In the name of all competitors,
                                 I promise that we shall take
                                 part in these Olympic Games,
                                 respecting and abiding by the
                                 rules that govern them,
                                 in the true spirit of sportsmanship,
                                 for the glory of sport and the honour of our
I want to know what you know     teams."
about the Olympic Games
and about Greece.                Written by Baron de Coubertin
Where it is, the capital city,   .
food, etc..
The Olympic Games

      Hablamos sobre las diferencias de
      los juegos olímpicos griegos y los
      juegos olímpicos modernos, que las
      mujeres no podían participar, la
      corona de laurel, era religioso...
             The Olympic Games

Αρχαίον Πνεύμα αθάνατον, αγνέ πατέρα
του ωραίου, του μεγάλου και του αληθινού,
κατέβα, φανερώσου κι άστραψε δώ πέρα
στην δόξα της δικής σου γης και του ουρανού.
Στο δρόμο και στο πάλεμα και στο λιθάρι,
στων ευγενών Αγώνων λάμψε την ορμή,
και με το αμάραντο στεφάνωσε κλωνάρι
και σιδερένιο πλάσε κι άξιο κορμί.
Κάμποι, βουνά και πέλαγα φέγγουν μαζί σου
σαν ένας λευκοπόρφυρος μέγας ναός,
και τρέχει στο ναόν εδώ προσκυνητής σου,
Αρχαίον Πνεύμα αθάνατον, κάθε λαός.

by Costis Palamas, music composed by Spiros Samaras
                 Cultural Visit to Martos

Here we are at the Fuente Monumental, built in the 16th century by
Francisco del Castillo and popularly known as Pilar de la Fuente Nueva.

                              This important building has had different
                              locations from its construction which has caused
                              it some damage and even the loss of some of its
          The History of Martos

This municipality is located at the north region of the Sierra Sur,
mountain range to which it belongs, and it has the greater extension
and population of the region.

It is called “olivarero” and it is traditionally considered as the best
olive grove of the world. An important olive oil industry has been
developed around the olive groves which support the economic
life of the area. The city with its houses and streets reflects the splendour
of its traditional olive groves, which nowadays share with the
industrial sector.

The origins of Martos are very old. It was a well-known city, named
after Tucci, an important Roman general, before the 6th century and
on the hill of la Peña a high rocky hill that overlooks the city works
of Ptolemeus, and Plinius are mentioned.

 Without feelings of respect, what is there to distinguish men from βeasts?

Η γιαγιά μου, μου εξήγησε τι σημαίνει μετανάστευση
και προβληματίστηκα. Μου είπε ότι και τα χελιδόνια   Respect means caring for other
είναι μετανάστες που έρχονται στον τόπο μας κάθε
                                                     living things and the earth (animals,
άνοιξη , από τις ζεστές χώρες. Όμως οι άνθρωποι
που αναγκάζονται να μεταναστεύουν, παίρνουν αυτή     plants, the environment).
την απόφαση μετά ......

Ειρήνη είναι αγάπη και όπως          La paz es un mar azul
έλεγε ο ποιητής Γιάννης Ρίτσος.      donde van las palomas.

H Ειρήνη είναι τα σφιγμένα           La paz apareció en mí,
χέρια των ανθρώπων.                  en ti, ahí allí...
J. Lennon’s, ‘Give Peace a Chance’

A Room Full of Toys
By Lisa V. Burdette

After breakfast Andrew went to play in his room. The first things he saw were
his super mega building blocks. He built a skyscraper that went to the ceiling.
He crashed and rebuilt his super skyscraper many times. When he was tired of
laying engineer he thought, "I'll put these toys away".

But then he saw his root'n toot'n tough train set. He laid the tracts all around
his room. They went through the center of skyscraper city. He started his
train tugging toughly around his toes. He played conductor for a good hour! He
thought, "I'll put away some of these toys“.

But he opened the closet and saw his 50-piece friendly farmer Fred set. He
began laying out his farm and barn and silo and animals and fences and tractors.
The farm went around the outskirts of skyscraper city, along the tracts next
to ……

Spring Day in Europe 2005, the European Constitution
                Our Dictionary
ENGLISH                 SPANISH                 GREEK

Good morning            Buenos Días             Καλημέρα
How are you?            ¿Cómo estás?            Τι κάνεις;
I am fine, thanks       Bien, gracias           Είμαι πολύ καλά,
What’s your name?       ¿Cómo te llamas?        Πώς σε λένε;
My name is...           Me llamo...             Με λένε...
How old are you?        ¿Cuántos años tienes?   Πόσων χρονών είσαι;

Do you have brothers    ¿Tienes hermanos y      Έχεις αδέρφια;
and sisters?            hermanas?

I am a primary school   Soy un estudiante de    Είμαι μαθητής/
student                 enseñanza primaria      μαθήτρια του
 We created our on line
virtual museum of values

We made on line crosswords


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