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Internet Collaborative "Global Teenager Project"

Publicēja 2012. gada 17. dec. 03:23Varaviksne Skola   [ atjaunināts 2012. gada 18. dec. 06:49 ]
      Šajā semestrī (no septembra  līdz decembrim) 8.b klases skolēnu grupa piedalījās starptautiskajā projektā GTP kopā ar partneriem no vienpadsmit  valstīm, ar kurām sazinājās, izmantojot savas angļu valodas zināšanas.  Projekta darbs noritēja  virtuālajā vidē.  Dalībnieki  no  dažādām valstīm uzdeva cits citam jautājumus par projekta tēmu ‘’Mans sapnis.’’ Bērni rakstīja gan par savu sapni, gan par to, kā to īstenot.
      Mēs visi sapņojam. Bez sapņa dzīve ir skumīga un garlaicīga. Lai piepildās  visi jūsu sapņi, nekad nenolaidiet rokas ,ejiet tikai uz priekšu, esiet radoši un enerģiski!
      Projekts ir noslēdzies, visas atskaites nodotas. Visaktīvāk projekta darbā iesaistījās Anna Malahovska, Aleksandrs Krivenkovs, Valerija Suhanova, Santa Stepiņa, Roksana Žavoronkova. Skolēni saņēma sertifikātus  par piedalīšanos projektā ’’Mans sapnis.” Labākajiem tika saldās  balvas un neaizmirstamas dāvanas. Paldies visiem dalībniekiem!
                                                                               Jeļena  Kļimova, anglu valodas skolotāja

Internet  Collaboration "Global Teenager Project"
                                      
    Everybody has his/her own dream and ambitions. The participants from eleven different countries Egypt, Lebanon, Ukraine, South Africa, Romania, Hungary, Latvia) shared their ideas about their dreams and ways  how to achieve them.  We were the Latvian team MD7. There are our 8 b Form pupils’ thoughts about the GTP project:
          Roksana Zavoronkova’’ Every person has a dream. It is natural. I like dreaming. I dream to become a sport teacher. My hobby is  playing  basketbal. I am active, positive, friendly and hard-working. I always help others and take help from parents and classmates. My parents dream about my studying  and  finishing school well.’’
         Anna Malahovska ’’Each of us has a dream. While some people go to the end, others simply give up. The poorest man is not the one who does not have a penny in his pocket,but he who does not have a dream.  A dream is the most valuable thing  that a man can have.  If a person  is taken a dream away, he would lose the meaning of life. A dream is a rainbow that  connects today and tomorrow.  A happy person has a dream and does everything for its  implementation. Never give up, even if you are a failure.’’
        Aigars Laksa ’’We have different backgrounds.  For some of us it is difficult to hold a dream. Firstly, we have to study hard and never give up.  For example, I want to be a famous sportist, I go to a sport school, participate in different sport  competitions.  I have to do a lot of sport exercises.  For our  dream  we should do something, but not sit still. All depends on us.’’   
    Valerija Suhanova ”My dream is to be a popular musician. I like to play the guitar and enjoy  writing poems and music. I want to study better, be more hard-working and purposeful. My brother’s dream is to be a  football star. He is in Ireland now and  he does his   best  to  make his dream come true.’’
       Aleksandrs Krivenkovs ’’I participated in GTP. That was my first time. The topic was ‘’My Gream”. In this Project I answered the questions that were sent to our class by other eleven participants of the Learning Circle. I have a dream, it is to study in England or Russia. My parents’ dream is to live in a big house near the sea.  People  need  to work hard, study well and not to be lazy. The ability to dream is in people from very beginning. Almost all of the dreams can come true,you only need to push yourself to that dream. For  my dream I am studying English.’’
      The pupils of 8.b class got the Certificate of Participation  in Global Teenager Project, some tasty chocolate  sweets, stickers, unforgettable presents. The best helpers were Anna Malahovska, Roksana Žavoronkova, Aleksands Krivenkovs, Santa Stepiņa, Valerija Suhanova.


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