Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The European Day of Languages – LANGUAGE CAFÉ

September 26th is celebrated as European day of languages. To mark this important day our foreign language teachers got together and organized a workshop for students in the school library under the name “Language café”. 

Students were encouraged to take part in a language quiz where general knowledge about other European languages was required. Students grouped themselves into different groups depending on their interests and the language they are studying. Teachers and other participants (school librarian) encouraged students to discuss what the benefits of learning foreign languages are as well as how foreign languages can help us improve communication on daily basis. All the activities were carried out in a relaxing and informal way while drinking a tasty cup of tea or coffee and snacking on cookies and pretzels. Such a cosy atmosphere motivated students to talk about everyday topics, but it all had to be in a foreign language.

Our teachers were satisfied with such a workshop because they were able to hear students’ opinions on the importance of learning foreign languages and they were also able to hear their students speaking in more than one foreign language. The school librarian believes that the main reason for learning foreign languages is gaining the ability to communicate with people of different nations. It helps us understand other cultures and we should take advantage of every opportunity that is given to us which should be a great motivation for further studying.

Well, it seems that similar workshops will be organized again.

Antonija Braut (3.4)
(teacher: Jelka Barbalić)

Ako te zanima − matematika Maja

https://openclipart.org/detail/221967/knowledge
Znaš li kako je izgledao brojevni sustav Maja? Ako te zanima, možeš poslušati emisiju Baltazar i saznati:


http://radio.hrt.hr/ep/matematika-maja/173708/.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Olimpijci Luka Banović i Ivan Sinčić

3.5 razred dočekao svoje olimpijce
Dok je većina naših učenika ljeto provela odmarajući od škole i učenja, dva učenika, već poznata po svojim uspjesima, ljeto su provela radno. Luka Banović i Ivan Sinčić  ovogodišnji su sudionici Srednjoeuropske matematičke olimpijade, koja se održala od 22. do 28. kolovoza u Austriji, gdje su na individualnom natjecanju osvojili broncu, a hrvatska se ekipa ukupno domogla zlata.

Uz brojne matematičke uspjehe koje nižu iz godine u godinu Luka se može pohvaliti i uspjesima iz geografije. Geografija je još jedno područje u kojem je izvrstan, a osvojivši brončanu medalju, u konkurenciji s učenicima iz 45 zemalja svijeta, na Međunarodnoj geografskoj olimpijadi u Pekingu, svima je to još jednom pokazao.
Razrednica Vesna Brala reže tortu

Zahvaljujući svojim uspjesima, navedeni su učenici gostovali u televizijskim emisijama, a naša im je škola prvoga dana nastave organizirala i doček u školskoj knjižnici.

Također, Luku, Ivana te njihove mentore profesoricu Kseniju Bakarčić i profesora Hrvoja Grofelnika, povodom njihovih odličnih rezultata na olimpijadama, primio je župan Zlatko Komadina.

Čestitamo našim učenicima i želimo im još puno ovakvih uspjeha u životu!

Tina Bakić (3.4)

The European Day of Languages

Throughout Europe, around 800 million citizens of the 47 member states of the Council of Europe are encouraged to learn more languages, at any age, in and out of school. The 2001 was declared The European Year of Languages by the Council of Europe and European Union that jointly organised activities celebrating linguistic diversity in Europe. They successfully involved millions of people across 45 participating countries. Following the success of the Year of Languages 26th of September was declared a European Day of Languages. In Europe there are over 200 languages in daily use so well developed language skills became almost a necessity and are a right for everyone. They allow people to take full advantage of opportunities offered by modern society. Learning languages helps us to understand each other better and overcome our cultural differences.

Did you know that…

– there are between 6000 and 7000 languages in the world – spoken by 7 billion people divided into 189 independent states
– most of the world's languages are spoken in Asia and Africa
– at least half of the world's population are bilingual or plurilingual (they speak two or more languages)
– bilingualism has many benefits: it makes the learning of additional language easier, enhances the thinking process and fosters contacts with other people and their cultures
– the non-European languages most widely used on European territory are Arabic, Chinese and Hindi, each with its own writing system
– Russia (148 million inhabitants) has by far the highest number of languages spoken on its territory: from 130 to 200 depending on criteria
– in London alone, about 300 languages are spoken

Now that we know a bit more about why knowing languages is so important and how it can help us in everyday life, let us celebrate this great day by joining us in our language café (the school library) and taking part in the language quiz.

Antonija Braut (3.5)
(teacher: Jelka Barbalić)

Friday, September 23, 2016

Hrvatski olimpijski dan u Golubinjaku

U četvrtak, 15. rujna 2016., naši su učenici, zajedno s profesorima devetu godinu zaredom obilježili Hrvatski olimpijski dan u Golubinjaku. Polazak je bio u 8 sati s riječkoga željezničkog kolodvora.

Vožnju do Golubinjaka pratila je izvrsna atmosfera puna zabave i raznih instrumenata.

Odmah pri dolasku bilo je organizirano natjecanje u krosu te su kao i prijašnjih godina učenici bili razvrstani u četiri skupine. Prvo su trčale djevojke prvih i drugih razreda, zatim trećih i četvrtih te onda dečki, podijeljeni na isti način. Evo i rezultata:


DJEVOJKE

1. razred
    1. Tea Jurić (1.4)
    2. Sara Superina (1.1)
    3. Nina Rubeša (1.4)

2. razred
    1. Petra Marković (2.1)
    2. Eva Šustar (2.5)
    3. Elena Galović (2.5)

3. razred
    1. Mikela Vlahov (3.1)
    2. Matea Pešut (3.4)
    3. Ivana Pribanić (3.1)

4. razred
    1. Marina Banov (4.3)
    2. Petra Poldan (4.3)
    3. Petra Škibola (4.2)

DEČKI

1. razred
    1. Dominik Babić (1.5)
    2. Petar Hrgović (1.2)
    3. Luka Šupuković (1.2)

2. razred
    1. Vito Papić (2.4)
    2. Lovro Matošić (2.2)
    3. David Pilja (2.1)

3. razred
    1. Teo Tomulić (3.5)
    2. Dominik Kinkela (3.4)
    3. Erik Jermaniš (3.4)

4. razred
    1. Dominik Mulac (4.4)
    2. Benjamin Ivančević (4.5)
    3. Luka Polić (4.2)

Nakon trčanja započeli su i turniri u malom nogometu i odbojci. Pobjednik u odbojci ove je godine bio 4.2.

Kada je turnir završio, učenici su mogli plesati zumbu te je na kraju bila dodjela medalja i pehara.

Naravno, ukupnom druženju u Golubinjaku prisustvovalo je i mnoštvo bivših učenika te nas je na svu sreću cijeli dan pratilo odlično vrijeme.

Ana Crnković (3.4)

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Traže se novinari


Kao i svake godine potreban nam je pomladak. Voljeli bismo uključiti što više novinara iz prvih razreda. Zašto? Pa trebamo popratiti jako puno školskih i izvanškolskih događanja. Naši su učenici neprestano na putu, donose brojne medalje i željni su zanimljivih sadržaja. A tko će pisati bolje za učenike od učenika samih?! 

Uz to ove godine planiramo posjetiti i profesionalne novinare. Nakon Novoga lista red je i da malo zavirimo u neke druge novine. Vjerojatno ćemo se zaputiti do Zagreba. Pridružite nam se na ovogodišnjem putovanju.

Prijaviti se možete našim članovima novinarske skupine ili nastavniku hrvatskoga jezika Goranu Krapiću.

Dan prije ponedjeljka

U kojem se djelu prvi put javlja izraz demokracija?

a) Aristotelovoj Politici.

b) Platonovoj Državi.

c) Herodotovoj Povijesti.

d) Kantovoj Kritici čistog uma.





Saznajte jeste li točno odgovorili: http://www.enciklopedija.hr/Natuknica.aspx?ID=14516.

Međunarodni dan demokracije obilježava se 15. rujna.

Sunday, September 11, 2016