A Greek presentation about the 1st Transnational Workshop.
Article about the 1st Transnational Workshop in a local newspaper
REPORT ON THE 1ST TRANSNATIONAL WORKSHOP
The 1rst Transnational Workshop in Greece took place in Schimatari – Viotia from the 21st to the 28th of November and it was a great experience for all the participants and those who attended the events of the performance “The birds” and the closing ceremony.
Following is the report on this workshop were we all learnt so much and our pupils had the chance to cooperate with each other and learn about new cultures and civilisations.
The link to the report is: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B442gyyskPgmcDFCcEZ2bmFhUUU/view?usp=sharing
The report in Polish: raport-z-warsztatow-w-grecji
The evaluation report: report-on-the-evaluation-of-the-first-workshop-in-greece
An article in the newspaper about Croatian students at a workshop in Greece: Baranjci surađuju sa Slovencima, Grcima i Poljacima
Open Day in the Polish school – movie presentation:
Photo gallery of the workshop.
The video of the play – dress rehearsal
“The birds” , rehearsal videos
SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS FOR THE WORKSHOP
The presentation of the Greek school during the workshop in Schimatari:
The presentation of the Polish school during the workshop in Schimatari
The poster for the 1st transnational workshop in Greece
The presentation of the Croatian school during the workshop in Schimatari:
This is the link to the local Croatian newspaper “Glas Slavonije” where is an article about our workshop in Greece: http://www.glas-slavonije.hr/320455/4/Baranjci-suradjuju-sa-Slovencima-Grcima-i-Poljacima
Participating pupils to the 1st transnational workshop in Greece
Here is the list of the visiting pupils for Poland, Croatia and Slovenia to Greece in order to participate in the first transnational workshop taking place at the 1st Primary School of Schimatari.
The workshop is titled : “Drama and ancient Greek theatre with elements of music and art” and its aim is for pupils and teachers of the four participating schools to acquire knowledge of how the ancient Greek theatre was built, get in contact with the Greek drama, music and art relevant to it, get to know the Greek civilisation, our traditions and customs through their involvement to the presentation of Aristophanes’ comedy “The birds”. Pupils are going to work in teams of drama, music – dance , art and develop 21st century skills such as collaboration, decision making, responsibility of their learning, build their confidence and being able to present their final product in front of the local authorities, their teachers and schoolmates.