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Fotografias e apresentação realizada em Adana/Turquia no âmbito da permuta de práticas educativas entre os sete países participantes.

Fotografias e apresentação realizada em Adana/Turquia no âmbito da permuta de práticas educativas entre os sete países participantes.

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  • 1. Comenius Project
    Portugal – Escola EB 2,3 Carteado Mena – Agrupamento de Escola de Darque
    Algumas fotografias do evento formativo realizado na Turquia, na cidade de Adana, no âmbito da permuta de práticas educativas entre os países participantes no Projecto.
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    Portugal – Escola EB 2,3 Carteado Mena – Agrupamento de Escola de Darque
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  • 10. Comenius ProjectLet’stravelwithtimemachinebeforeandaftertheeuropeancommunity
  • 11. Comenius Project
    New games and…
    Old games…
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    Introduction
    The motivation for presenting these games is associated with healthy socialization of children, who can play outdoors with family or with friends. Remember playing too participated in the first years of school. The excitement you felt when the time came to play up with older adults. When a society with restrictions on consumption, the simplicity of the games gave great happiness.
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    Over time, there was a trend in this kind of toys based on the rotation and balance. New materials, new look, finishing more care, etc..It was a challenge in the past that still persists.From the technical point of view, we stress the importance of manual dexterity and practice to be successful.
    The games chosen canbeassociated with rotation around an axis (like the imaginary axis of the Earth).
  • 14. Turkey – AdanaMarch 2010
  • 15. Comenius Project
    The spinning is an object tapering, usually wood with a metal tip. It is launched with the help of a wire (known as the "spinneret"), which spins. The tops are known since antiquity, having been found clay tops, decorated, originating in Assyria.
  • 16. Turkey – AdanaMarch 2010
    Tops were found in excavations of Pompeii. Five centuries before Christ, a Greek poet CALLIMACHUS mentioned the name to top child popular gaming.
    The Japanese were grooves in tops, in order that these could whistle.
  • 17. Comenius Project
    How to play?
    It could be played simply by individual
    pleasure.
    Game of "cell", where you could win or lose the spinning. Was a circle (a meter in diameter approximately) with a risk on the floor and each player "married" a spinning inside, playing with another. The game was to play the spinning inside the "cell", on which there were, and with skill, pull it out of the “cell". If there was, was lost; the beat on the floor withdraw any other spinning there inside top redeemed was won.
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  • 19. Turkey – AdanaMarch 2010
    Game "hunting", was to play the spinning on the floor and "hoping it" with your hand, collapsing it between your fingers. Earned who put more time with top running in hand; when the spinning stopped spinning, he “die".
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    There was an interesting variation of the "hunting", whereby the player playing the spinning and, without it he knocked on the floor, pushed back to the body "from" in the air.
    Another modality of spinning is called "spinning finger" or "carrapeta". The spinning itself is small, and is rotated with your thumb and index fingers, without using the "spinneret".
    This small spinning is ideal for enclosed spaces.
  • 21. Turkey – AdanaMarch 2010
    Some examples:
    Two "top finger" Japanese inspired, these tops have differential that placed to rotate in the way they were photographed, tend to turn "upside down", to rotate about its axis.
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    Spinning wood painted, decorated to produce a nice effect when in rotation.
    “Once upon a time”… we enjoyed with this type of toys.
  • 23. Turkey – AdanaMarch 2010
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    Rules
    The number of players was that I could find.
    The “spinning finger“ square sides, with letters on each one: RTPD. What I wanted to say exactly is:
    If you get de side with “R” – Rapa = Take it all
    If you get de side with “T” – Tira = Take what you bet (5)
    If you get de side with “P” – Põe = Put (2)
    If you get de side with “D” – Deixa= Leave
    Enjoy the game!
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    Portugal – Escola EB 2,3 CarteadoMena – Agrupamento de Escola de Darque
    Paulo Portela Rolando Viana Eduardo Pereira
    March 2010