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Bread as Tradition

This is an e-cookbook  created from recipes provided by the students from France, Greece and Serbia who were involved in an eTwinning project of the same name. It is the final project product. During the project, we tried out some of the recipes and had so much fun.

Students from our school baked Kyra Sarakosti and Brioche. Here are the links to the videos:

Kyra Sarakosti

Brioche

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Posted by on May 21, 2016 in holidays and traditions

 

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Two Faces of Serbia

two faces of serbia

My dear friends and fellow teachers,

Would you like to learn something new about Serbian culture? My students have created this glog about two major music festivals held each summer in different parts of Serbia. If you like it, show it to your students. Maybe they will create one, too, and introduce your culture to us. We would like to learn more about different cultures.
Apart from this glog, they have created a book page: text + exercises so that you can use it in class.
We hope you will join us in this cultural exchange. 🙂

To see the whole glog, follow this link here http://goga11.edu.glogster.com/two-faces-of-serbia/

 

 
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Posted by on June 3, 2014 in holidays and traditions

 

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Earth Day 2014

Watch the video and decide how you will participate in the event. Follow this link for further information http://www.earthday.org/greencities/earth-day-2014/

For all of you, nature lovers, here’s also a poem by my dear friend, an English teacher and a poet from Tunisia,

Chaouki M’kaddem

EARTH DAY

Once again, Earth Day is ahead

Awareness will still be spread

Among the deaf and the dead

While species are sent to a deathbed,

While millions of people are underfed,

While we still sense environmental dread

Permeating the air, water and land

Don’t you think nothing remained unsaid?

Feelings of compassion won’t amend

What has been done by a bloody hand

Why not turn to actions instead?

Let’s make Earth Day every day and night

Let’s be willing to lend a hand and donate

And join every environmentalists’ parade

Let’s stop plants and animal trade

And be part of every anti-poaching brigade

Let’s take measures against every oil spill

And protect wilderness from every oil drill

Let’s confront every unethical company

And make everything environmentally friendly

None over natural resources has supremacy

Only those who care for the globe safety

© Chaouki M’kaddem

April 4th, 2014

 
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Posted by on April 4, 2014 in holidays and traditions

 

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HAPPY NEW 2014

Wishing you a happy and joyful New Year! May it bring you success, lots of love, good health and abundance of precious moments!

your teacher Gordana

 
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Posted by on January 1, 2014 in holidays and traditions

 

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FROM FATHER, WITH LOVE

A great song for identifying and practising future forms, imperative, giving advice, class discussion…

You can play it on Father’s Day…

Or simply, just enjoy it…

 
 

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EASTER

The spring/Easter break is just around the corner and I am sure everyone is looking forward to it. It does not mean, however, that you cannot spend some time practising your English in a relaxed way. The following activities are not a ‘must’. Do them for your own pleasure if you feel like it.

In many parts of the world, Christians celebrated Easter on March 31st. Some Orthodox Churches, including ours, celebrate it on May 5th.  While waiting for it, why don’t you read how people in Britain celebrate Easter – http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/english-skills-practice/life-uk/easter. After you have read the info, you can download and solve the crossword I have created – Easter crossword.  And if you enjoy experimenting in the kitchen, you can download the recipe for HOT CROSS BUNS from the box.

HAPPY EASTER TO ALL OF YOU!!!

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If  you manage to play a trick on somebody today, please share it!

Meanwhile, read these jokes provided by your peers and have a good laugh!

school talk

Teacher: “Why are you late, Tom?”

Tom: “Because of a sign down the road.”

Teacher: “What does a sign have to do with your being late?”

Tom: “The sign said – School ahead, go slow!”

submitted by Jovan Stanojević III/4

dog barking at tree

 Teacher: “Sam, what is the outside of a tree called?”

Sam: “I don’t know.”

Teacher: “Bark, Sam, bark.”

Sam: “Bow, wow, wow…!!!”

submitted by Nemanja Garić III/4

 And make sure you look at some pranks suggested by Djordje Kuvekalović and Lazar Zarić III/1                                                      April 1st by Kuve i Zare III 1

IT’S APRIL FOOLS’ DAY – School jokes

 
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Posted by on April 1, 2013 in holidays and traditions

 

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