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1 C OMENIUS MEETING AT PRIMARY S CHOOL F RANCE P REŠEREN “SIX LANGUAGES SIX HUNDRED WORDS” - SCHOOL LIFE -
MONDAY, 28 NOVEMBER 2011 – DAY 1 This day was full of expectations. Our guests from Germany arrived yesterday and they joined us early in the mornig at introduction and classes. While waiting for our Hungarian guests, we were studing English, dancing, listening to choir, singing and playing games.
IN THE AFTERNOON As soon as Hungarian guests arrived, we had lunch in our school canteen. After eating, everybody had a bit of free time to either rest or go shopping. We met at school in the evening. There was a social programme for the guests where students could show their talents. Then we were preparing dinner and learning words at the same time. There was a party in the end.
TUESDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 2011 – DAY 2 A SIGHTSEEING TOUR IN MARIBOR
We met at a hotel and were headed to the City park, Aquarium, the Towers and Lent. The sightseeing tour we made was led by our students.
While being on our tour in Maribor, we visited a deputy mayoress Ms Astrid Bah. The project Six Languages Six Hundred Words was introduced to her by students and Comenius leaders. She was pleased and wished us a lot of success and sinergy.
At 7.45 a.m. we set out on a journey to Ljubljana – our capital city – and stopped at a castle which is situated on a hill. We went up by Funicular Railway. Unfortunatelly, it was rather foggy so we couldn’t enjoy a view of the city. We were led on the trail of the emperor Friderick III of Habsburg. We tasted some “medieval food” and learned more about life in the past and were able to inspect an original well preserved medieval glass which was exhibited there. After viewing the castle, there was a delicious lunch in the Castle Restaurant. On our ride down the hill, we could experience the wonderful view of the city centre, because the weather got sunnier. Then we went for a walk through the city centre and were headed home to Maribor with a stop in Celje. WEDNESDAY, 30 NOVEMBER 2011 – DAY 3 A SIGHTSEEING TOUR IN LJUBLJANA
Our German guests were headed home to Großkorbetha, but the Hungarians were invited to join some billingual lesson in Razvanje. They were able to study Slovene, make some gifts, enjoy a play and teach our Students Hungarian. In the afternoon, we met at school for the very last time that day. Afterwards, they set off for Budapest. We enjoyed the great time with our guests and are looking forward to our reunion in Hungary. THURSDAY, 1 DECEMBER 2011 – DAY 4 BILLINGUAL LESSONS IN OUR SUBSIDIARY SCHOOL IN RAZVANJEIN MARIBOR