Presentation on theme: "What do we do? We usually get up between 6 and 7 a.m.. We brush our teeth, clean our faces, dress ordinary clothes and eat breakfast. Then we go to school."— Presentation transcript:
What do we do? We usually get up between 6 and 7 a.m.. We brush our teeth, clean our faces, dress ordinary clothes and eat breakfast. Then we go to school by bus or on foot. The lessons start at 8.15 a.m.. The lessons finish at 1.30 p.m.. We go home by bus or on foot. After school we have dinner. Then we do our homework, do things that we like. We go to bed at 10 p.m..
Timetables We have very various timetables. We have 16 subjects. Some of them are very complicated, while others are very easy. The most popular subject in our school is P.E..
Religion in Slovenia The most common religion is Catholic. It is not a part of the school education. Those who are religious go to church in their free time. Children also attend hours of religious education and go to First Communion and Confirmation.
School rules In our school, there are certain rules They are written in the House order. If you do not respect those rules you can be punished by headmaster. At first we get a warning, then the class teacher calls your parents and finally you can be excluded.
How are we dressed? In our country we do not have school uniforms. We can be dressed how we like. In some cases this is not very good, because the poor pupils can be eliminated from the others.
Meals During a day we have five meals. Breakfast is very important and a small meal which is eaten at home. We eat cereals and sandwiches. Lunch is eaten at school. For lunch (a snack) we have bread, sausages, cheese, pasta and tea. The most important meal is dinner. It is served at school or at home. At the weekend, when we are at home, we eat soup, potato, meat and salad for dinner. There is sometimes a dessert after that. In the afternoon we eat a snack which contains fruit. In the evening we eat our last meal, called supper. It is a very small meal.
Traditional dishes The most traditional dishes in our country are some kinds of soups, roasted potato, black pudding and potica.
Prohibited food We do not have food which is prohibited to eat. Those who are Catholic do not eat meat on Ash Wednesday and on Friday before Easter. It is also advised not to eat meat every Friday.
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