Presentation on theme: "Starý Jičín 8 th June 2011. The realization of the project CZ.1.07/1.1.07/02.0082 11.11. 2009 - 11.1. 2012 „Critical Thinking as an Instrument for a Pupil‘s."— Presentation transcript:
The realization of the project CZ.1.07/1.1.07/02.0082 11.11. 2009 - 11.1. 2012 „Critical Thinking as an Instrument for a Pupil‘s Personality Formation“ The project is financed from the European social fund and the Czech Republic state budget.
An invitation to the ruins of castle Starý Ji č ín Starojický hill stays solitarily only few kilometres from Nový Ji č ín in the North Moravia. A long time ago there used to be a solid castle on the top of this hill. The ruins are all that is left from the former castle. Opposite the ruins of the castle palace there is the renovated lookout tower in which is the exposition of historic weapons and documents about the castle and manor Starý Ji č ín situated.
Before the trip : - collecting information about Starý Ji č ín - working with the local legend - illustrations of the local legend - making the Starý Ji č ín coat of arms
Making the Starý Ji č ín coat of arms A heraldic description – the coat of arms is split into two halves, in the left gold field there is a red crowned jumping he-goat facing the middle of the coat of arms, in the right red field stands a gold grain sheaf.
Learning the terms : Jantarová path – the path connecting the Jadran Sea and Baltic Sea Strá ž isko – a place which used to watch for enemies to protect the land Sv. Václav = the patron of the Czech border – the church in Starý Ji č ín is dedicated to him The Lords from Krava ř e and the Lords from Ž erotín – former owners of the Starý Ji č ín manor
The legend of the Devil's prints Once upon a time there was a prince living in the castle who held a banquet. Suddenly a storm came and a rich nobleman arrived to the castle. He started to woo the prince's daughter. While they were dancing her scarf fell on the floor. The girl reached down for it and she saw that her dance partner had a hoof instead of foot. The disclosed devil sat on a horse and quickly rode away of the castle. All of a sudden, he saw a cross. He startled at it and fell off the horse. There remained the prints of his head and hoot in the rock. Devil's prints – dramatization