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We are the students from Polish
Posted by: Halina Orman
The evening of poetry dedicated to the life and work of Czeslaw Milosz was held in Szymanski on 24th November. Youth, parents and guests in an unusual atmosphere of a literary cafe heard the beautiful recitation of selected rows of Miłosz’s works and they also got acquainted with the biography of the Nobel laureate. The performance was varied by multimedia presentation and a film showing the memories of the poet.
We talked about copyright in our group and we discovered that we have to change photos in our presentations about Adam Mickiewicz. We put there lots of interesting materials but it turned out that it was allowed to use them only for educational goal. Consequently we couldn’t publish the presentation. So the girls looked for other photos – this time with Creative Commons license. For this purpose we used Wikimedia Commons. Eventually Klaudia – the pupils administrator - put the presentation on TwinSpeace.
Klaudia, Joanna, Angelika and Alicja attend to tourist class. Now they are planning to prepare next presentation about...
CircleTheatreexist inthe librarypresented they presented a parody of Shakespeare’s drama “Romeo and Juliet”. The parents were proudly watching the effects of students’ labour and they loudly expressed their applause. In this exciting and definitely stress-free atmosphere, it was easier to talk about the results in learning later, evaluations of behaviour or attendance.
In Poland all the children have known Brzechwa's poems since they were very young. I,d like our partners of the program get to know them. I believe, you,ll have a great fun reading the poems of Jan Brzechwa in English like our children in Poland!
Jan Brzechwa was born on 15th August 1900 in Żmerynka and he died on 2nd July 1966 in Warsaw. His real name was Jan Lesman. Professionally, he was a lawyer. He was not only a poet but also a translator. Most of his poems were devoted to the children and the teenagers.