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I am nervous

Hello friends,

 

Tomorrow my class will get their reports for the school year. Not only my class, but as well all others from 1st to 3rd grades get their reports. The reason is that parents can ask for a talk about later. Only the 4th graders (who will go other schools after summer holidays) will get their reports next Friday ( the last school day).

 

I am not sure, whether I will get a report, too. In this report there are not only marks for every subject as well teachers write a text about behaviour ... , development ... Let us see what will happen, I will tell you

Stachel at Marigona's

Stachel asked me to upload and add gis video about his stay with Marigona:

 

 

I forgot to report ...

Linn can play the recorder - it sounds very nice:

 

Me staying with Linn

Although my friends from Turkey are already on holidays I decided to post some news from me. Linn was so nice to invite me to stay with her.

 

We went to a very interesting playground just beside a little lake - I can tell you that was fantastic. But see yourself:

 

In case the poster is not shown complete - follow this link: to the glog

 

 

 

SAMA

Our pupil Mehmet Emin( you recognise him from Meraklı's older reports) and his two friends prepared a religional ceremony called "Sama" for us at the last days week of our education period.

Sama (Persian and Arabicسَمَاع‎ - samā‘unTurkish Sema) is a Sufi ceremony performed as dhikr. Sama means "listening", while dhikrmeans "remembrance".[1] These rituals often includes singing, playing instruments, dancing, recitation of poetry and prayers, wearing symbolic attire, and other rituals. It is a particularly popular form of worship in the Chisti order of the Indian subcontinent.

In 2005, UNESCO proclaimed the "The Mevlevi Sama Ceremony" of Turkey as one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

You can also have more information about sama on   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sama_(Sufism)

 

Last visit before school ends...

Carrots - children and sensation

 

 

We made a glog, but unfortunately the embedding code doesn't work well anymore.

 

Click on the image and you will be directed to the glog.

A WEEKEND WITH MUHAMMED
Staying with Hayat

Ecrin's
Being A Traffic Detective...

In 25'th of May we had a guest in our classroom.He was a policeman and had come our class before 1 time.


On his first visit he had taught us some of the important trafffic rules.Especially how and where to cross the streets safely,on which side of the roads should we walk etc...


In this lesson we learned about the importance of seat belt.While he was speaking we realised that wearing seatbelt has a vital importance for the passengers.


And after the lesson we sweared  to be good traffic detective and obey the rules and also warn our elders when they made mistakes.Then got our detective identities and become a detective.


Merakli was out during these lessons due to a visit at İrem ÖZTÜRK's.As soon as he turns back we will inform him and led him understand  the lifely important traffic rules.

RELAXING DAYS AT SEYHAN'S
Some days at Zeynep's
I am back again :-) - exciting days with MERVE
A farm to learn

On Thursday 15th May my class visited (without me – as I was ill) Ingenhammshof. Here not only children and young people but adults too can get to know about the way of life on a farm, and they learn first hand about the environment through close contact with lots of animals.

It was a pity I couldn’t go with, but my friends reported about:

First they learned theoretically many things about farm life:

 

  • Which work is to be done? (to grow grain, feeding stuff , fruits and vegetables, to farm animals)
  • Why do farmers have animals? (In order to make money and not as they are cute)
  • What animals are used for? (Milk, wool, meat, leather and much more)

 

But as well they had to do some practical work afterwards:

The cows were fed.

The geese, donkeys and the horses were led out to pasture.

Afterwards children fed the chickens and goats.

Food for pigs was prepared before the pigs were fed. The pigs smacked thrilled. That was very exciting.

After a lunch break we went to the stables.

Children mucked firstly out the stables and afterwards they spread clean straw.

At noon the class drove happily but also tired back to school.

There everybody snuffled and noticed that every child smelled like a farmer coming from the stables :-)

But see yourself:

 

I am ill :-(

I have to tell you something, I am a little sad, I am ill! I can't go to school and meet my friends

 

The girl I stay with in the moment got ill and I infected me, too. Now I have to stay home for some days. It is a pitty, as last days the class went to a farm - special for children to learn. I would have liked to go there - I hope my class will report about although I wasn't there.

 

The good thing is I can check things in twinspace ...

 

Your friend Stachel

 

 

POTATO PRESS

AT THE 7'TH OF MAY WE MADE SOME KIND OF PAINTING WHICH WE CALL"POTATO PRESS".FIRST WE MADE SOME SHAPES AS CUBE,CONE,PRISMA FROM POTATOES.THEN WE PAINTED THEIR SURFACES WITH WATERCOLORS AND PRESSED THEM OVER  PAPERS.HERE ARE SOME OF OUR RESULTS.I WISH YOU LIKE IT.

 

I WAS WITH TWINS EMIR&EFE AND THEIR ELDER BROTHER

I SPENT SOME DAYS AT THE IDENTICAL TWINS OF OUR CLASS EMIR&EFE(WE ALSO HAVE  FRATERNAL TWEENS CEREN AND YUSUF EREN YOU MAY RECOGNISE THEM) AND THEIR ELDER BROTHER KAAN.KAAN IS OLDER THAN EFE AND AMIR BUT THEY ALL ARE IN OUR CLASS.LET'S WATCH THE SLIDESHOW AND SEE WHAT WE DID.

 

Project week and Europe day

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