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Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Activities 2011 Greek Day (11º C1, C2, 12º C and school community) - Exhibition and discussion of the.

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1 Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Activities 2011 Greek Day (11º C1, C2, 12º C and school community) - Exhibition and discussion of the Greek film Brides; - Brunch at the cantina – Saint Fanourios cake and Salva (sage?)Tea; - Discover the portuguese proverbs correspondent to the Greek; - Images of Greece – CD Rom presentation A Little film One day in a students life with a trip to Poland in June to the best work (12º Arts) Ilustration of Comenius Team Proverbs with Portuguese correspondence (Arts students) - Exhibition in Library of school List of films with multicultural themes (PPT) Evaluation of a class prepared in Greece by three different teachers (11º C1 and C2 and 12º C) Extra curricular activities: Al Andaluz and Al Garb History – Research. Field trip to Marocco (12º C) and Mérida (Spain) (11º C1 and C2)

2 Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Day of Greece Activities: Viewing of the film "Bride" followed by discussion; Presentation of a CD ROM about Greece; Sage tea and traditional Saint Fanourios cake; Discovery corresponding to the Portuguese Greek Proverbs (11 C1 and 12 º C) Responsible Teachers of the Comenius project Classes of 11 ° C1, C2 and 12º C, School Community Students Association Materials DVD, Auditorium, Cafeteria, projector and screen recreation room, cakes made by teachers. Date 9/2/2011

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7 Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Discover the Portuguese proverb corresponding to the Greek. 1.One cuckoo bird does not bring the spring.Uma andorinha não traz a primavera 2.Old age does not come alone. Uma desgraça nunca vem só 3.A fish stinks from the head Pela boca morre o peixe 4.One hand washes the other and both the face. Uma mão lava a outra e as duas lavam a cara 5.Strength comes from Union. A união faz a força 6.If Muhammad doesn't go to the mountain, then the mountain goes to Muhammad. Se Maomé não vai à montanha, a montanha vai a Maomé 7. Its all Greek to me Vejo-me grego 8. Bean by bean, the sack gets full. Grão a grão enche a galinha o papo

8 Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Discover the Portuguese proverb corresponding to the Greek 9. Eat and drink with your relatives; do business with strangers. Amigos amigos negócios à parte 10. Money doesn't bring happiness. Dinheiro não traz felicidade 11. Your child and your dog (behave) the way you teach them. De pequenino se torce o pepino 12. The apple will fall under the apple-tree. Tal pai tal filho 13. In the kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed man is king. Em terra de cegos quem tem um olho é rei 14. Everything in its time and mackerel in August. Não deixes para amanhã o que podes fazer hoje 15. An old enemy can't become a friend. Quem os seus inimigos poupa, às suas mãos morre 16. Good accounting makes good friends. Boas contas fazem bons amigos

9 Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Discover the Portuguese proverb corresponding to the Greek 17. Barking dog doesn't bite. Cão que ladra não morde 18. A man is known by the company he keeps. Diz-me com quem andas, dir-te-ei quem és Findings Reserve base - Two classes (11 C1 and 12 C) - 48 students Students easily found correspondents Portuguese proverbs in 15 situations (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12,13, 14, 16,17,18); In Proverbs number 1, 5, 6, 8, 10, 13 and 17 all agreed; The proverb number 5 was the most accessible; Proverbs numbers 11 and 15 were those who reported more difficulty The maximum success rate was 16 out of 18

10 Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Participation:Comments on Students Participation: 1 5: Sts often participated in the discussion Very well accepted by the students, the work was done in small groups (the script was divided into 5 parts). The final result was projected to the class. The students participated enthusiastically in the lesson 4.5 Listened attentively to others. It worked out because the discussion was done in small groups. 4 Comments demonstrate reflection and understanding about how films reveal national identities. It was a unusual approach of showing the world.The different traditions, customs, values and languages allow us to get out of typical Hollywood movies 4 Comments reflect that student has new appreciation of films and their meanings. Multicultural casts,; International Auditoriums; Social hierarchies; National values that are universal; Viewers who see in the film the life story of their family. Timeless problems: Emigration; Family pressure; Sexism; Social hierarchy; Love; Tradition; Suicide; Female sexual exploitation. 4.5 Subject: History-Media studies Title: Nationality of films Grade:16-17 year olds Rating Time: 1.30 (after having watching the film) Teacher: Katsikogianni Vaso Rubric for Participation in Class Discussion

11 Escola Secundária 3 EB Dr. Jorge Correia - Tavira Context In the Algarve we are closer to Morocco than Porto, Braga, Viana do Castelo... However, how many of our students think to go or have already been to Morocco? How many equate this trip? Certainly a very small percentage. However, the history of the Algarve is indelibly linked to the history of North Africa although the textbooks do not relate it. The history of Garb is written from the Christian conquest of the North, wrongly referred to as reconquest, and never from the ties with the Rif (North Africa). We want to give our contribution so that students realize that there is a history beyond the official programs and they are also another product of this history. We want to preserve the memory of 500 years of History of Garb from different protagonists: the Christian kings in the north, the Berbers, Arabs, Jews, and current populations, resulting from the mixing of all. … The reunion with North Africa will be far in the fifteenth century, 250 years later, in an attempt reverse, now are the masters of Garb that make the Holy War across the Strait of Gibraltar. Brief History of Al Andaluz in wikipage


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