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    • Spring Day in primary school Hrochův Týnec
    • What did we do?
      • First we /pupils from 9th class and our teacher, Mrs Felcmanova helped us/ made some projects in Geography about several countries in EU. They created the quizes, pictures, found out information from internet, books, magazines…
      • Then pupils from 8th class drew the maps of EU countries with Mrs Filipi in Art.
      • For the first time pupils from 8th class found out the next information about countries in English lesson, their leader was Mrs Žemličková
      • The last activity was about meeting with a politician Mrs Pernicova and pupils from 8th class in Civics with our teacher Mrs Čejková.
    • The map of EU
    • What we think of EU
      • In a civics we /pupils from 9th class/ spoke about European Union with our teacher Mrs Čejkova. We discussed about advantages and disadvantages to be a member of EU. There are results of it:
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      • The idea about unification Europe has been already in the past, as first it suggested the Czech king Jiří z Poděbrad. Our state entered into European Union and there is sometimes problem to sign some pact /favourable for Czechia/ without agreement of European Union. EU brings us a lot of adventages, but disadventages and restrictions too. There is a big danger for our country called „brain-drain“. We would like so that EU will give some condition for young scientists, so that they would stay in our country and work there. There is one adventage for countries from east European countries: we can travel a lot all over the world. In EU there is possible to travel without limitation. It is possible to study in EU too. We will welcome the European currency Euro and will able to pay by common currency without tax for changing. Our country could spread the fair and export abroad for increasing our national debt. Export and import are limitated by the laws of EU. It is a problem for the small countries, but on the other hand if our country is in economical problems, EU can help us. We are not such independent, but we must more equal competition in economic questions.
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      • Pupils from 9th class in ZS Hrochův Týnec
    • France and Greece
    • Norway
      • Norway
      • Norway is a country in Scandinavia.It has an area of 323.758 km2. There are about 4.8 million inhabitants. The capital is Oslo with approximately 570,000 inhabitants. Borders are with Sweden, Finland, Russia. Norway is largely mountainous. There is spoken by Norse. There is the King Harold V. Currency is krone (NOK). Highest mountain is Galdhøpiggen measured 2469 m. Typical animals are elk and reindeer. Typical food is fish.
      • /Václav Stanislav, 9th class/
    • Finland
      • Position: Northern Europe
      • Neighbors: Sweden, Norway, Russia
      • Currency: Euro
      • Highest point: Haltitunturi (1328 m)
      • Religion: Evangelical Lutheran
      • Typical food: fish
      • Climate of: polar
      • Raw materials: wood, metal, minerals.
      • Sea: the Baltic Sea
      • Famous firm: Nokia
    • Romania
    • Sweden
      • Geographical data: North Europe
      • Neighbours: Norway, Finland
      • Capital: Stockholm
      • Typical food: Fish
      • Religion: Christianity
      • Sea: the Baltic sea
      • Language: Swedish
      • Climate: Temperate
      • The longest river: the Torne
      • /Mikanová Natálie/
    • Spain
      • Geographical data : Located on the Peninsula .
      • Neighbours – Portugal, France, Andorra and in the south with Gibraltar
      • Capital – Madrid
      • Typical food – Marinted Rabbit
      • Religion – Catholic
      • Customs - Days that start a lot slower than in the Czech Republic. Shops are open until around 10hr. Dinner is between 14 and 16hod. At that time, shops are closed, it's time for a siesta. Are opened and closed around 17hod in 21hod. At the time, night program starts slowly and dinner time. Go to sleep really late, and in summer it is true for children.
      • Sea - Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean and the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean .
      • Language – Spanish, Catallunian
      • Climate - Mediterranean coast: the warmest in the eastern and southern parts of the country, the rainy season is spring and autumn.
      • North Atlantic coast: a sharp winters with a calm summers (slightly colder).
      • The longest river – Estados Unidos Mexicanos
      • /Vaňková Kristýna/
    • Bulgaria
    • The Slovak republic
      • Capital : Bratislava
      • Numbers of inhabitants: 5 000 000
      • The Slovak republic is in the centre of Europe. The Slovak republic adjoins the Czech republic , the Ukraine , Poland and Austria . Surfaced by the south lowland and north mountains.
      • Mountains: the Tatra, the highest mount is Gerlachovský štít.
      • Food and agriculture: wine, beer, slivovitz, vegetables, fruits, grains, potatoes, corn, sheep
      • Animals: bear, fox, volf, hare, sheep, dear
      • /Tomáš Jelínek/
    • Poland
      • Geographical data – Located in Central Europe.
      • Neighbours – Germany, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic , Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Russia
      • Capital – Warsaw
      • Typical food – Polish chlodnik
      • Religion – Catholic
      • Customs – In Poland when we see the first star, we break each wafer, while we wish all the best. Then I sit down to Christmas dinner, which traditionally consists of twelve courses.
      • Historical data - Poland as a state department existed from the 10th century.
      • Sea – the Baltic
      • Language – Polish
      • Climate - There are long, cold winters and hot humid summers.
      • The longest river – Vistula and Oder
      • Raw materials - Mined coal and lignite, copper, lead, zinc, salt, sulfur, magnesite, kaolin, and smaller quantities of oil and natural gas.
      • /Zuzana Svitáková/
    • Holland
      • Neighbour: Germany, Belgium
      • Position: It is the lowland country of the North Sea coast.
      • Capital: Amsterdam
      • Population: 15,791 thousand
      • Country: Netherlands Official name: Kingdom of the Netherlands Longest river: the longest river - the Rhine (1326 km)
      • Sea: The Netherlands lies on the banks of the North Sea.
      • Plants: wheat, rye, barley, potatoes, sugar beets, vegetables, fruit, flax. Livestock cattle, sheep, horses, pigs, poultry.
      • Language: The official language of the Netherlands is Dutch and Frisian.
      • Interesting things: Tulips are among the symbols of Holland
      • Typical food: mostly potatoes, sausages, herring, salmon and other fish, meat, cheese, mussels, pancakes and vegetables, watering them and various kinds of delicious Dutch beer.
      • Religion: Catholic, Protestant, Islam
      • Mountains: Highest peak- 321 m Vaalsberg
      • Main minerals: natural gas and sea salt, in history there was a large mined coal.
      • /Anna Doležalová/
    • Germany
      • Geographical data: Central State
      • Neighbour: Denmark, washed by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, Poland and the Czech Republic, on the south by Austria and Switzerland and to the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands.
      • Capital: Berlin
      • Products plants: deciduous and coniferous forests
      • Typical food: Pork with sauerkraut
      • Region: German
      • Historical data: At 8 century Christianization of the Germanic tribes, inhabiting the present territory of the Federal Republic of Germany.
      • Sea: the North, the Baltic
      • Interesting things: Hannover is already at the southern end of the North German plains, the beautiful old city with interesting museums and churches.
      • Language: German
      • Climate: temperate climate zone
      • Longest river: the Rhine
      • /Lenka Jelínková/
    • Austria
      • Austrian capital is Vienna.
      • Official langure: Germany.
      • Currency: Euro.
      • Austria is not surrounded by the sea.
      • Drivers drives on the right side of road.
      • Austrian Christmas traditions are very similar to Czech, which is apparent from the geographical proximity and from the long centuries of coexistence of the two nations in one state department. Certain differences, however, be found. Over mulled wine punch clear lead, which can be found in markets and dozens of species. Fish on Christmas Eve table is only about one quarter of families.
      • The highest mountain: Grossglockner peak.
      • Catholic religion.
      • /Vladyka Bedřich/
    • Ireland and Croatia
      • Main city-Záhřeb
      • People - 4 494 749 (2006)
      • Position
      • Croatia is on the south-east Europe on Balkan Peninsula. It has borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
      • Surface
      • Coast of the Adriatic Sea is rock with many islands. The biggest mountain is Sinjal. It is tourists paradise.
      • Water network
      • There are the short rivers. The biggest river is the Java. The most famous and the most interesting river is Krla. There are large waterfalls.
      • National food
      • Mesne roladice s gorgondzolom na povrtnom gulašu. Juneći ragu s porilu
      • Sheep cheese, wine, sea fruits, dried ham, rakija…
      • /Martina Hejděncová/
    • Luxemburg and Belgium
      • Geographical: small country, in the centre – west of Europe Neighbours: Germany, Belgium, France Capital: Luxemburg Plants: grapevine Religion-Roman Catholic 87%, 13% are Protestants, Jews and Muslims. Historical data: There is burries the Czech king named Jan Lucemburský Sea: there is no sea Interesting things: French, German, Luxembourgish
      • /Mikula Petr/
      • Geograpical data:
      • Capital: Brussels Area (km2): 30,510 Population: 10,392,226
      • Neighbour:
      • France, Germany, Holland
      • Products plants:
      • Country is cultivated with wheat, barley, potatoes, sugar beets, hops and apples.
      • An important means of transport is, of course, roads, rivers and canals with ships, trains.
      • Climate: mild
      • The climate of Belgium is all oceanic - with relatively cool summers and mild winters.
      • Longest river:
      • The longest and most important rivers are the Belgian Scheldt and the Maza.
      • Typical food is fish, truffles, beer, wine, grape.
      • There is a lot of:
      • Coal, iron ore, are smaller deposits of cobalt, copper and zinc.
      • Typical food:
      • Very thick chicken soup, different kinds of meats, chicken pate, seafood dishes and fish, rabbit with prunes or venison - especially partridges. Sea:
      • North Sea
      • /Anna Doležalová/
    • Italy and Malta
      • Capital - Roma
      • Position - South of Europe on Appenin Peninsula
      • Number of inhabitants - 60 000000
      • Surface- it is mountaineous country
      • It is in the south of the Alps
      • On the frontier it borders with France- there is Mount Blanc
      • Water - RIVER- Italy- the Armo, Alpine river-the Adda, the Ticino, the Oblil
      • LIKE- iceberg orgin
      • SEA- theTyrrhenian Sea, the Ligurian Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, the Lonian Sea
      • Industry - there is made cars IVECO, Ferrary, Lancia, Maseratti
      • Transport - there is dense and high quality of roads net
      • Turism - BEACH- Bibione, Rimini, Toscana and so on
      • HISTORY- Beautiful towns and cities: Lucca, Roma, Venezia, Genova, Florentia…
      • Food - pizza and pasta, wine, sea food, fish
      • /Katka Novotná/
      • Capital town is Valletta. On Malta is about 400 000 population. Malta is in the Mediterranean Sea, 95km in the south from Sicily and 290 km from Tunis. Comprise of inhabited islands:
      • Malta 246km2
      • Gozo 67km2
      • Comino 3km2
      • Coast all islands is rocky, surface is of various type permeable limestone. Malta has limited stock freshwater. Malta is insular state, therefore it is appropriate transport airline. Million tourists visited Malta, which is more than own population.
      • /Runštuková Mirka/
    • Beseda se zastupitelkou Pardubického kraje, Ing. Pernicovou
      • Dne 28. 5. 2010 navštívila 8. ročník zastupitelka Pardubického kraje Ing. Pernicová, která nám pověděla vše možné o školství. Pověděla nám například, že se budou muset dělat přijímací zkoušky na střední školy a dalších spousta zajímavých věcí. Žákům 8. ročníku se to moc líbilo, tak jsme na konci přednášky poděkovali paní zastupitelce květinou. Poté jsme s ní provedli krátký rozhovor .
      • Otázka – Jak dlouho jste zastupitelkou v Pardubickém kraji ?
      • Odpověď - Zastupitelkou jsem již 1,5 roku .
      • Otázka – Jaké jsou vaše cíle? Čeho byste chtěla dosáhnout?
      • Odpověď – Chtěla bych dát školství do pořádku a zaplnit volná místa na středních školách.
      • Otázka – Co politika a rodina? Daří se vám skloubit obojí?
      • Odpověď – Ano, daří, mám totiž velice tolerantního manžela a dospělé děti.
      • Otázka – Jaké jsou vaše zájmy / koníčky? Máte na ně čas?
      • Odpověď – na své zájmy /koníčky nemám moc času, ale jinak mé zájmy jsou hlavně
      • jízda na kole a plavaní.
      • Otázka – Pocházíte z Pardubicka?
      • Odpověď - Ne. Já pocházím se Svitav. V Pardubicích mám pronajatou garsonku na 4
      • roky. V týdnu jsme ale většinou v garsonce a o víkendu doma ve Svitavách.
      • Otázka – Jakou máte vysokou školu?
      • Odpověď - Mám vysokou školu zemědělskou.
      • Otázka – Zvolila by jste stejné zaměstnaní, kdybyste se mohla znovu rozhodnout?
      • Odpověď – Kdybych si mohla znovu vybrat školu tak, určitě jinou, než sem si vybrala .
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp9_k6PE5H4
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTRFJNg4T3s
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPaiGbkB2jI
      • /Zuzana Svitáková, Aneta Mencová, 8. roč./
    • The meeting with a politician Mrs. Pernicova and pupils from our school
      • On 28th May this year Mrs Pernicova visited our school. She spoke about education in our region, about the next exam for entering into the secondary schools next school year and about other interesting things. We liked this meeting and thanked her at the end by flower. We made a short dialog with her.
      • 1. How long have you been a politician in our region?
      • I have been here for 1,5 year
      • 2. What are your aims?
      • I would like to improve situation in education of this region and to fill in the empty
      • positions in the secondary schools
      • 3. What your job and family, can you do it together?
      • It is no problem, my husband is tolerant and children are adults
      • 4. What are your hobbies? Aren´t you bussy for them too much?
      • I am busy very much, but I like swimming and riding on the bike.
      • 5. Are you from Pardubice´s region?
      • No, I am from Svitavy´s region, now I hired the small flat where we live in a
      • week, at weekend I return home.
      • 6. Did you graduate University?
      • Yes, I graduated University of Agriculture
      • 7. Would you like to study the same University If you were the young?
      • No, I could have changed it.
      • Thank you very much.
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp9_k6PE5H4
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTRFJNg4T3s
      • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPaiGbkB2jI
      • /Zuzana Svitáková, Aneta Mencová, 8. roč./