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Dec.
20
2010

Christmas Cinquain Poems

Posted by: Paraskevi Belogia

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Just before Christmas Holidays our students wrote their own Cinquain Poems:)

Cinquain poems came from Adelaide Crapsy in 1911, who developed her own poetic system, which she called cinquain. 

The didactic cinquain is an informal cinquain embraced by children, young adults and older poets for its expressive simplicity. The prescriptions of this type of cinquain refer to word count, not syllables and stresses. Ordinarily, the first line is a one-word title, the subject of the poem; the second line is a pair of adjectives describing that title; the third line is a three word phrase that gives more information about...

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Dec.
19
2010

eTwinning Group from Galati, Romania

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Our new partners from Galati, Romania have already started working on the project with great enthusiasmSmile

We are really happy to have them as partners and we hope that the Young Poets Society project will be an exciting and creative experience for all of us!

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Dec.
19
2010

eTwinning Weeks 2010

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During the entire month of October, eTwinners were invited to take part in a number of activities being organised at European level. With a special focus on ‘promoting eTwinning’ for this year's eTwinning Weeks, students from Zarko and Oichalia (Greece) participating in the Young Poets Society Project took photos that depict the daily routine of a Greek student.
The theme of the photo collection is "My life at school". The best photos will be included in an online gallery that students from all European countries will be able to access and take a glimpse at the Greek school life.

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Dec.
16
2010

New Partners from Romania!

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New partners from Romania have joined our Project! Let's hope we all have a great cooperation and a really creative experience through the Young Poets Society project! Saint Ana School from Galati, Romania have already prepared their presentation of their country, their city and their school! Enjoy it:)

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Dec.
10
2010

Haiku Poetry

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In November, our students also worked on Haiku Poetry!

Haiku is a poetic form and a type of poetry from the Japanese culture. Haiku combines form,content, and language in a meaningful, yet compact form. Haiku poets writeabout everyday things. Many themes include nature, feelings, or experiences.Usually they use simple words and grammar. The most common form for Haiku isthree short lines. The first line usually contains five (5) syllables, thesecond line seven (7) syllables, and the third line contains five (5) syllables.Haiku doesn't rhyme. A Haiku must "paint" a mental image in thereader's mind. This is the challenge...

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Dec.
10
2010

Five Senses Poems

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In November, our students wrote their five senses poems. The theme of this task was " Our Wonderful World".

Five Senses Poems are about how different things affect our five senses.  As we experience the world through our five senses, we can use these experiences to create something new. The lines of the poem begin with: It looks like, it sounds like, it feels like, it smells like and it tastes like.

Enjoy our students' work in our blog!

 

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