Presentation of the 6th Secondary School

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Presentation of the 6th Secondary School

  1. 1. GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER DRAMA-GREECEMission into the Future: A quest for sustainabilitya multilateral Comenius school projecthttp://missionintothefuture.wordpress.com/
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this presentation is to provide information about the city and the prefecture of Drama in general, and the 6th Secondary School of Drama in particular In the following slides you will find information regarding some of the most well known places in Drama You will also see many photographs of the places we are describing with the hope that they will help you to better imagine the place we are talking about
  3. 3. 6TH SECONDARY SCHOOL OFDRAMA Founded in 1982 There are approximately 350 students and 40 teachers The school is built in the most beautiful area of the city, on the edge of Korillovos hill, which is planted with pines, forming a suburban forest.
  4. 4. 6TH SECONDARY SCHOOL OF DRAMA: ABIG BUILDING WITH A WONDERFULVIEW FROM ALL DIRECTIONS
  5. 5. 6TH SECONDARY SCHOOL OFDRAMAINTERIOR (1)
  6. 6. 6TH SECONDARY SCHOOL OFDRAMAINTERIOR (2)
  7. 7. 6TH SECONDARY SCHOOL OFDRAMAINTERIOR (3)
  8. 8. 6TH SECONDARY SCHOOL OFDRAMASUPPORT SERVICES • School Library • Counseling and orientation Office • Natural Sciences Center Laboratory
  9. 9. THE MURALS BEAUTIFY AND MEDALS IN LOCAL COMPETITIONS Medals won from our school teams in basketball & football competitionsThis statue was created during our artlessons. After it was completed we placed itat the foyer to beautify our school. We alsopainted the school corridors and walls.
  10. 10. PEDAGOGICAL PROGRAMS INOUR SCHOOLDespite the fact that this is the first time that our school participates in a Comenius collaboration, all teachers in our school have good experience of developing pedagogical projects such as eTwinning, environmental projects, health education programs, etc.
  11. 11. At the end of school year students and teachers compete in games! 
  12. 12. PREFECTURE OF DRAMA Drama is a small city of about 50,000 citizens. It is also the capital of the prefecture of Drama Drama is located in the northern part of Greece and in the north – east part of Macedonia region.
  13. 13. SOME INFO ABOUT DRAMA In the following slides you will find information about important places and events in Drama: Lake St. Barbara River Nestos The Virgin Forest Karantere Forest Mountain Falakro Maara’s Cave The Archaeological museum Oneiroupoli Short films Festival Dramaica Festival
  14. 14. THE CITY OF DRAMA Drama is a small city with a big natural beauty. It’s a quiet place with a lot of beautiful signs and traditional small restaurants and hotels.
  15. 15. ST. BARBARA The water fountains of St. Barbara are considered to be the trademark of the city of Drama It is a magical area with lakes, rivers and waterfalls. This place is in the heart of the town,where the visitors often walk through the beautiful pathways, full of green and admire a wonderful view of an amazingly natural scenery
  16. 16. NESTOS RIVER Nestos is one of the five largest rivers in Greece . It is the natural border between Macedonia and Thraky . Its riverbed is 243 km and its sources are in the Rila mountains in Bulgaria. The friends of nature and sports can enjoy the river by walking next to it. It offers precious water on earth, plants, animals, and humans
  17. 17. VIRGIN FOREST  The famous Virgin Forest is the crown jewel of the area of Drama  It is 5,892 acres and is the only virgin forest in Greece  The visitor can see many rare species like the brown bear, the wolf and various birdsOne of the most unique presences here is the Capercaillie, a wild goosespecie, who lives exclusively in the woods of the forest Frakto
  18. 18. KARANTERE The forest of Karantere has a rich ecosystems filled with grasslands and green The visitors of the forest of Karantere will enjoy a great variety of Flora with more than 700 different species, many of which are rare in the rest of Greece There is also a wide variety of mushrooms The area of Elatia (as it is also known), is part of the Western Rhodopes and is located in the north part of Drama Overall, the extent of Elatia is 92,517 acres
  19. 19. MOUNTAIN FALAKRO The Ski Centre of Mountain Falakro was opened for the first time in 1980 in order to cover the basic needs of leisure and sports facilities in the surrounding area during winter It is one of the most popular ski centers in Greece It has 21 natural ski slopes and the snow quality is excellent
  20. 20. MAARA CAVE The cave has huge stalactites It was discovered in 1978 and its uniqueness lies to the sources of its river The cave Aggitis (as it is also known) is the largest river cave in the world (with a length of 21 km) and it is located in Prosotsani, Drama
  21. 21. ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM The museum opened in 1999 The exhibitions of the Museum provide evidence of the cultural history of Drama The visitors can admire the ancient tools, the jewelry and the pottery displayed that go back to the Bronze Age.
  22. 22. ONEIROUPOLI Oneiroupoli (DreamCity) is open to the public every December It is St. Claus’ village and it has a lot of activities to do and games to play Grownups that visit Oneiroupoli are mostly interested in the famous singers and music groups that come every year from all over Greece to sing and give a live performance
  23. 23. SHORT FILMS FESTIVAL The Short Film Festival of Drama started in 1978 This is a festival where you can watch quality movies  The people that organise this festival aim to promote and create a friendly atmosphere for the visitors
  24. 24. DRAMAICA The song festival “Dramaica Youth Festival”, which takes place every year (in the early August) at the sources of Santa Barbara and take part local groups and other groups from all over the Greece .
  25. 25. FINALLY… OUR PROPOSALS FORTHE LOGO
  26. 26. OUR PROPOSALS FOR THE LOGO (2)
  27. 27. Students of the 2nd grade of the 6th Secondary School who collaborated to create this presentation: Christos Moutroupidis Anastasios SahanidisTHANK YOU! Chara Soumelidou Zoe Keskini Vicky Karamanidou Maria Kourti Christina Pavlidou Thanasis Papadopoulos Maria Skeva Kiriaki Prepou Athina Trampidou Nektaria Sirlantzi Giota Petsonia Maria-Irene Felekidou Chrissa Kiosse Tatiani Giavanoglou Maria Karropoulou

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