Friday, July 30, 2010
Thursday, July 1, 2010
Slovak National Service for online collaborative school based in Zilina started in this school year already 5th competition for the best eTwinning projects. On 28 June 2010 winners got special rewards on ceremony in Zilina. I attended the ceremony too, with three pupil from my class. In this national competition, we finished on the second place. Together with the pupil Viktorka Konfederákova, Hanka Kremnicka and Viktorka Drugova we presented our project to all present. As a reward we got very nice things and money for shopping computer technologies.So we enjoy and we thank our great partners, classmates and friends for their patience, creativity, cooperation and great results in our project. We are very pleased that we are currently in the project with you. I wish to all beautiful summer and we look forward to hearing about you. Ivana and pupils Viktorka K., Hanka, Mirka, Matus, Viktorka D. Vaneska, Palko, Jakub Anička, Natanko and Dianka.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
So friends, it´s your credit too, the award belongs to you too. Thank you excellent team.
Friday, June 11, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Click here if you want to look at our book.
Monday, June 7, 2010
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Saturday, June 5, 2010
And here's the whole edition to take a look at. But it is not translated in English.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010
They are the Wroclaw's dwarfs who have invited their french cousins to Poland. They are visiting us soon, but now let's see the gallery of the most interesting dwarfs.
Do you like them? We love them.
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
After deciding what Slovenian places American princess will visit when being here, we devided into several groups of three and each group made up a story about adventures the princess went through in every place.
Then we illustrated every story and that was it :)
We're looking forward for our teacher to putting everything together and reading it again from the start. And we wonder so much what other book heroes saw when being on the road ...
Monday, May 24, 2010
In the initial period the Slavs knew two alphabets - Cirilitza and Glagolitza. In the beginning precisely the Glagolican letters are called "Cyril`s letters". In the science it is already known that Constantine - Cyril Philosopher is the creator of the Glagolitza. When in 862 in Constantinople delegates of the Moravian king Rostislav come, the brothers from Solon are already ready to educate the Slavs on their own language. Still through their common stay in the monastery Polihron in 885 they thing about the creation of graphic system which properly to reflect the speciality of the Slavonic language, which they know - the Old-Bulgarian language. Most probably the works for the creation of the Glagolitza have begun long time before the mission in Moravia and it is result from the belief of the two brothers that every nation has got right to have its own culture and own language. This position concurs a little bit with the interests of Byzantium, which wants to subdue the Slavs in religious attitude.
The Glagolitza is an original graphical system, which contains 38 letters. It reflects precisely the sound speciality of the Old - Bulgarian language. The symbols: "Ж, Ч, Ш, Ъ" and the two nasal sounds, which it contains are missing in the Latin and Greek alphabets. This shows that it is close related with the peculiarity of the Slavonic language.
In looking for the prototype of the Glagolitza it borns the one of the most interesting scientific hypothesizes - that in its base there are three elements with symbolical meaning - cross, circle /symbol of the universe/ and triangle /symbol of the Holly Trinity/. These refine interweaving of the symbols of the Christianity with the philological knowledge was not difficult for Constantine - Cyril Philosopher, the student of Lyv Mathematician and patriarch Fotiy. The peculiar "sanctity" of the Glagolitza is contained in the first of the letters - A, which is depicted as a cross.
The Glagolitza is used in Panonia, Moravia, Croatia, Russian and of course in Bulgaria. With the holly glagolican letters are written the books, which King Boris receives from the Slavonic enlighters. On it books they are written a large number of liturgical books, from which in our days have survived the Gospel of Zograff, the Sinaiski trebnik, the Gospel of Marin, the Gospel of Aseman and other. They are letters of the Glagolitza on one of the internal walls of the circle church (Rotonda) in Preslav.
The fate of the Glagolitza is to be a holly letter - this is seen from its usage in the liturgical books in Croatia and Dalmatian even in 18th century.CYRILITZA
The Cyrilitza is created in the end of 9th century and it is related with writers of the Preslavian school for bookman. The scientists suggest that it had appeared in historical way. There are no proofs that that it is creation of Constantine - Cyril Philosopher or of Clement Ohritski. It includes 24 letters from the Greek alphabet and some more symbols which are specific for the Old-Bulgarian language. In the science the change of the Glagolitza with Cyrilitza is explained with different reasons - mostly with the new-created practice the Greek letters to be adapted to the Slavonic language, or with the will of King Simeon to bring closer the Slavonic letter with the Greek letter. It is not strike off the list the changing of the Glagolitza to have happened because of administration reasons. The Glagolitza is thought to be a alphabet for the high church letters and books. Some letters from it were with difficult construction and they weren`t written but drowned. When the Glagolitza was forgotten a little bit the bookmans used it for cryptography. It is preserved a manuscript of Cyril made by Gold for king Simeon in which they are written some letters in Glagolitza.
In a few centuries the two alphabets had been used both at the same time but with the time the Cyrilitza had changed the Glagolitza.
Most old famous written memorials on Cyrilitza are the inscription of "chergubilia Mostich" (the middle of 10th century), the inscription of Samuil from 943, the"⌠Bitolski" inscription of King Ivan Vladislav from 1015 - 1016. On Cyrilitza are written and some manuscript from the middle ages like the Savina book, "Suprasalsky sbornik" and other. From Bulgaria the Cyrilitza is moved in Russia and Serbia. The first cyrilic manuscripts in Serbia are dated in the second half of 7th century. As a church and bureau alphabet the Cyrilitza is used in Walachia and Moldova from the end of the 14th century to the middle of 19th century.
Bulgarian all-schools anthem
Go reborn people
go to light future
with letters , that new power
make your fortunes new.
Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Wednesday, May 5, 2010
The Fish, Maine, USA
Ashley, Ashton, Ben, Charlotte, Chris, Cody, Corey, Dylan, Emilia, Hailey, Harley, Hayden, Heavenly, Jenna, Lauren, Mary, Matthew, Michael, Ms. Mathes
Monday, May 3, 2010
Today, after our spring vacation, we got to know three more books - from France, Romania and Portugal.
My little pupils liked the stories and special those about animals.
We learned a new words in English. Most of all we were amuse and we were surprised how much different languages there are in the world:-)We were draw using the Color Mixer and Paint.
Friday, April 30, 2010
Yesterday we watched a presentation of Romania and France. The children liked the stories about animals. We learned a new word in English - a stork. The names of each tale we write and translate. Each book has a picture in our workbooks.
Today we watched even a book from friends from Portugal. We laughed, it was a funny story. Thank you all very much.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Recently we sent a letter to Krystyna Drzewiecka - an author of our book "Five from Zakątek Street" and we asked for an autograph. Do not wait long for an answer. She wrote back, that she's very glad that we chose her book, sent us an autograph and she gave us a picture of Bobik - the real dog, who is one of characters from the book.
Ms Drzewiecka sends warm greetings to all project participants.