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ΗΜΕΡΑ ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΩΝ ΓΛΩΣΣΩΝ-26η Σεπτεμβρίου 2018

Στα πλαίσια της Ημέρας Ευρωπαϊκών Γλωσσών, 26 Σεπτεμβρίου 2018, οι μαθητές και οι μαθήτριες της Α’  Λυκείου του σχολείου μας πραγματοποίησαν project βασισμένο στην πολυγλωσσική τάξη με την στήριξη των εκπαιδευτικών Φωτάρα Ευδοκίας, Γαλλικής Γλώσσας και Δεσινιώτη Ευτυχίας, Αγγλικής Γλώσσας. Ο σχεδιασμός και η υλοποίηση του project θα δημοσιευτεί σε ειδικό φυλλάδιο από το Κέντρο Ευρωπαϊκών Γλωσσών, με projects άλλων σχολείων στην Ευρώπη, που συμμετέχουν μαζί μας στο δίκτυο σχολείων της Ευρώπης EOL του Κέντρου Εκμάθησης Ξένων Γλωσσών του Ευρωπαϊκού Κοινοβουλίου με έδρα την πόλη Graz της Αυστρίας.

Panormitio Junior High School and Lyceum of Symi

EOL NETWORK

Title: Learning about your country through music

Type of school: Secondary Education – Panormitio Junior High School and Lyceum of Symi

Level: B2 level of English(1st Foreign Language)

Class: 1st grade of Senior High School (16 pupils)

Co-ordinators: Ms Evdokia Fotara, Ms Eftihia Desinioti

An initiative developed by the students, after a proposal by our headmisstress and French teacher, Evdokia Fotara, to celebrate the “European Language Day – September 26th 2018”.

The purpose of our project was to translate a traditional Greek folk song into the four foreign languages spoken by the students as their native language. The song chosen was symbolic as it is danced in a circle which asserts the values of co-operation and respect for other cultures.

The aim was to practise language and learn about the different geographical features, customs and the history of the cultures involved. In our class we have French, Albanian and Russian speakers apart from the English ones.They were divided into four groups of four students and were asked to do research on each of the countries involved with the help of the native speakers. They then presented each other their results in English which enhanced discussion and further questions.

The song was “Milo mou kokkino”(four verses) translated into the four languages involved. The song was sung in a karoke format and recorded by our English teacher, Ms Eftihia Desinioti. The pupils then grouped together and created a poster of the project which was presented to the school.

The project enhanced group work, education and  co-ordination to show how pluraligualism is around us and that music can bring all cultures together.