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Spring day in Europe. Project μαθητών του 5ου Δημοτικού σχολείου Ρόδου. Οι μαθητές φωτογράφησαν μνημεία, τοπία αξιοθέατα ...

Spring day in Europe. Project μαθητών του 5ου Δημοτικού σχολείου Ρόδου. Οι μαθητές φωτογράφησαν μνημεία, τοπία αξιοθέατα και κτίρια της Ρόδου. Συγκέντρωσαν υλικό έφτιαξαν την παρουσίαση αυτή και την έδωσαν στα συνεργαζόμενα σχολεία από την Ευρώπη. Αυστρία- Ρουμανία. Το αντίστοιχο έγινε και από τους μαθητές των χωρών αυτών. Το αποτέλεσμα της συνεργασίας ήταν υπέροχο. Το ίδιο πρόγραμμα μπορεί να γίνει σήμερα μέσω του e-twinning. Δείτε και τις παρουσιάσεις των άλλων χωρών παρακάτω.

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  • 5th Primary school of RhodesWelcome to Greece and to Rhodes island E2’ class τάξη Ε2’ A Spring Day in Europe Project 15-03-2005
  • Greece - EλλάδαGreece is thesouthernmost of thecountries of the BalkanPeninsula.It is a land ofmountains, sea andmany islands.Size 131.940 km2population 10.964.020
  • The Greek flagThe Greek flag has 5 blue and 4 white stripesand a white cross. The five blue stripes standfor the word Freedom ( e-le-fthe-ri-a), whilethe four white stripes stand for the words ordeath ( i tha- na –tos) . So our flag meansfreedom or death.
  • Our National HymnThe Greek Anthem is based on the "Hymn to the Freedom", alarge - 158 strophes - poem written by Dionysios Solomos, adistinguished poet from Zakynthos Island. The poem was inspiredby the Greek Revolution of 1821 against the Ottoman Empire.During 1828 the eminent musician from Kerkyra Island NicolaosMantzaros composed the music for the Solomos Hymn. Ύμνος πρός τηνHymn to the Freedom Ελευθερίαν Σε γνωρίζω απο τηνΙ recognize you κόψη του σπαθιού τηνby the dreadful edge τρομερή σε γνωρίζωof Your sword. απο την όψη που με βιάI recognize Your face, μετράει τη γήforcibly staring at the land. Απ τα κόκκαλα βγαλμένη, των ΕλλήνωνFrom the sacred graves τα ιερά και σαν πρώτα αντρειωμένη,of the slain GreeksYou rise, valiant again. Χαίρε, Ώ χαίρεHail, Oh Hail, Liberty! ελευθεριά!
  • Christmas in GreeceWe decorate Christmas treesWe make sweets called“melomakarona” and“kurabiedes” melomakaronaOn the 24th of December, thechildren go from house tohouse singing carols andpeople give them money andsweets.On the 1st of January Saint kourabiedesVasilios (the Greek SantaClaus) brings sweets and giftsto all children.We cut the New Year’s cakewhich contains a golden coin.Whoever finds it is the luckyone of the new year. vasilopita
  • Easter in GreeceAt Easter we dye eggs-redand we make special breadcalled “tsoureki”On Good Friday we Red-eggsmourn the death of Jesusand we decorate theepitaph in every church(Jesus’ death bed) withflowers.On Easter Sunday we eatlamb on the spit and wecelebrate the Resurrectionof Jesus. tsoureki
  • A Greek recipe GREEK MOUSSAKA INGREDIENTS (8-10 servings) 4 large eggplants 1 kg of lamb minced meat finely chopped 1 small onion thinly chopped 2 cloves gillyflower 1 tablespoon of black raisins (optional) 1 clove cinnamon ½ tablespoon grated orange peel 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1 ½ cup olive oil for frying 1 teaspoon salt
  • Mousaka (topping)For the topping (option A)2 tablespoons butter3 – 4 tablespoons flour2 cups fresh milk2 egg yolks2 tablespoons grated cheese½ teaspoon ground nutmegFor the topping (option B)½ kg non sour yoghurt3 well beaten eggs1 tablespoon flourSaltPepperNutmeg (optional)
  • Mousaka methodMETHODCut the eggplants into slices and put them in salted water for 1 hour approximately.Remove eggplants from water and squeeze them so they drain the excess water.Heat olive oil in a deep frying pan with heavy bottom and fry the eggplants until softenwithout getting brown. Arrange them on a kitchen towel paper to absorb the excess oliveoil.In a clean frying pan heat olive oil and sizzle the onion until it golden browns withoutgetting burned. Add minced meat, stir constantly, add all spices, grated orange peel andraisins- provided that you use them- along with a bit of salt. Cook 4 – 5 minutes until allfluids are absorbed.Arrange eggplant slices on a medium size baking dish, sprinkle minced meat andcontinue with another layer of eggplants.Prepare béchamel sauce as follows: In a small saucepan melt butter, remove from theheat and add flour, stirring constantly with a wooden ladle till the mixture thickens. Whenthe mush cools, add the beaten egg yolks. Add cold milk and place the saucepan in theheat, in low temperature, stirring constantly till it becomes a thick and homogeneoussauce. Sprinkle cheese and add a touch of salt and nutmeg and spoon the sauce overall.Bake for 25-30 minutes in a preheated 180 degrees oven until the sauce golden browns.Served warm.
  • Some Greek wordsHello = γεια σου (‘gia su)Good morning = καλημέρα (kalim’era)Yes = Ναι (ne)No = Όχι (‘ohi)Please = Παρακαλώ (parakal’o)Thank you = Ευχαριστώ (efharist’o)Goodbye = γεια σου = (ad’io)
  • Greece and Rhodes on Europe’s map Rhodes island Greece
  • Athens – the capitalBuilt in the 5th century B.C.5.000.000 people live in Athens today
  • Favorite Greek sportsmenNikos Kaklamanakis Piros Dimas
  • Favorite Greek singers Sakis Rouvas Despina Vandi
  • Favorite Greek AuthorsAlexandros PapadiamantisPenelope DeltaThey wrote many books forchildren.
  • More info about GreeceFor more information about Greece you can visitwww.greece.gr
  • Rhodes island
  • Now come with us to our townRhodes is an island at the south-east of Greece.Rodos town is at the northern part of RhodesislandThe city was founded in 408 BC and Rodos wasone of the most beautiful cities of that period.
  • Some places from that periodThe acropolis of RhodesThe ancient stadiumThe temple of Pythion ApolloThe temple of Aphrodite
  • Acropolis of RhodesOn the top of the acropolis stands the temple of PythionApollo. From here there is a panoramic view of the city.
  • The ancient stadium
  • The ancient theater
  • Pictures from the museum
  • ColossusColossus of Rhodes , large statue of Helios, the sun god, destroyed by an earthquake in antiquity. Consider one of the Seven Wonders of the World by the ancients, it was built in part by Chares of Lindus (Rhodes) between 292 and 280 B.C. Its bronze was taken from the machines and tools left behind by Demetrius I after his unsuccessful siege of Rhodes. According to legend, the 100 ft (30.5 m) statue stood astride the harbor and ships passed between its legs. In reality, it stood on a promontory overlooking the harbor, and the representational type is well known from images on coins of the same period.
  • In 1309 the Knights of Saint John conqueredRhodes and they built strong fortifications, transforming it into a multinational medieval city
  • Pictures from the medieval city
  • More pictures from the medieval city
  • Medieval city
  • The Grand Master’s Palace in the medieval city
  • More pictures from the Grand Master’s Palace
  • Inside the palace
  • Inside the palace
  • In 1593 Rhodes was conquered by the Ottoman Turks
  • Some Mosques from that period
  • In 1912 Rhodes was seized by the ItaliansA lot of buildingsare from that periodThe post officeThe EvagelismoschurchThe national theaterAnd many more
  • The post office
  • Evangelismos church next to Mandraki harbor
  • The national theater
  • The governor’s Palace (government House)
  • The town Hall
  • The Aquarium
  • The cultural center
  • It was in 1948 when Rhodesofficially became a part of Greece
  • Pictures from the town
  • More pictures
  • Beautiful beachesLindos beach
  • Agathi beach
  • Tsampika beach
  • Sunset from the acropolis
  • The windmills near Mandraki harbor
  • The harbor
  • In our school there are 187 pupilsMy name is George Papadopoulos, I am theteacher of E2 class.I welcome you to Rhodes and to our school.
  • Our schoolThe school was built in 1948 by the Italians. It was a militarybuilding. It’s a big building at the center of the town.
  • Photographs from our school
  • Here we are
  • More photos
  • Our Teachers Evi Katsara (music teacher) Antonis Ekonomou (sports teacher)Maria Alexandri (computerteacher) Sofia Stergou (dance teacher)
  • TeachersEirene Kaseri (Artteacher)
  • All the other teachers of ourschool at the carnival dance
  • Hi !!!!!!!!!Dimitris Veliskakis Manos Pogias Mihalis Tentas Pantelis Tsouroutis
  • Gianis Tsangaris Haris KioktzemenSevasti Skendo Alexandros Apostolopoulos
  • Pelagia Tsolaki Panagiotis DelakisHrisoula Frangou Kostandinos Koutsomanolakis
  • Zenia Siskova Bahatin KatsiounaSolon Athanasiou Andriana Karagiani Antonis Ketses
  • More info about RhodesYou can find more informationabout Rhodes on the webHere is the official sitewww.rodos.gr
  • Our address is5 Primary school of Rhodes thKonstantinou Paleologou str 4 TK 85100 Rhodes Greece email: 5dimrodou@sch.gr