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Sunum esnası

  1. 1. The school 19 Mayıs İlkokulu is a public primary school in Centre ofDenizli. It includes nursery, SEN (Special Education Needs) and primary schoolstudents. Their ages are 6 and 14. The students are from middle class orlower class families and most of their families have difficulties in meetingtheir needs and the school administration and the teachers are trying torainforce them for extra-cirriculum activities which are considerably limited.The pupils, the teachers and the staffs of our school would like to have animportant role in Comenius Project Activities.
  2. 2. Childhood games are greatly important in Turkish Community. Thegames ,of course,reflect Turkish people’s life styles and moral values. Theyare known as indoor ,outdoor and board games. The games were playedbetween both the adult and children. The Turkish games helped the peoplearound them to be together and teach them sharing . Many people ,aroundus, played the game but now they forgot the game rules. They can rememberonly their names and a few rules from the game. Because,computers andtechnological products handicaped us do and play the games ourselves. Bythe help of this Project we hope that we will regain or recall the lost games,and we wish that each child can find himself/herself in these games.
  3. 3. GAME AND RULESName: Ev AlmaGame Place: A smooth field (like a board)Player Number: Between two personMaterails: 48 small roud Stones and small six across wells on a board.This game is played between two persons.There must be a game board ,and six acrosssmall wells . Futhermore,forty eigth small round stones are necessary to be disributed 4 by4 in the each well. The game starts with lots between the two players. Each player prefers onedirection(rigth and left) and starts his/her stones putting one by one until the last stonebecome in his/her hand. If the last one becomes four Stones in any well, S/he has the fourstones,if the last stone stay in empty well,that time the game is played by the other gamer.If the stone places except the two rules ,the gamer goes on his/her game by picking up thestones both in two across sides until the stone becomes four stones in the same well in anywell.After first step,the players place the stones they had into the wells 4 by 4,on thecourse of time,if each of players has extra stones to put the oppenet’s well,the player hasextra wells.Shortly,the number of stones and wells tells the winner.
  4. 4. GAMES AND RULESName: Dokuz TasGame Place: Board gamePlayers Number: Between two personsMaterails: 9 small –round Stones / three intersection squares Dokuz Tas is a kind of board games. On the board below, It is played by twopersons with nine stones. Each player’s stones has different colors. The players put theirstones on the board and move them from intersection to intersection. Whoever managesto get three stones in the same line picks up the stones. In this game three stones must beon the same line. When the stones’moving directions are blocked, the other player’sStones doesn’t move anywhere.This means that the player lost his/her game .
  5. 5. GAMES AND RULESName: Yakar TopGame Place: OutdoorPlayer Number: More than 4Materails: a ball The players divide into two equal teams, which stand facing each other a certaindistance apart. The area where the teams are is called the kale (fortress). The teams eachsend two people, called “ambassadors,” to the opposite team. One of the teams throws aball into the air towards the opposite team. As soon as they do, one of the “ambassadors”on the opposite team runs quickly towards the team that threw the ball. One player on theopposite team then catches the ball and throws it at the fleeing “ambassador.” If he hitshim, the ambassador “dies” and is out of the game. Then the second team throws the balland the other team throws it at their ambassador. The game continues with newambassadors. The team that loses all its ambassadors loses the game.
  6. 6. DRAWING NATIONAL FLAGSOF OUR COMENIUS PROJECT PARTNERS IN THE CLASSES
  7. 7. Games Questionnaire for students (aged between 9 and 14)1-Do you know what kind of games your parents played when they 8-Do you expect that childhood games broaden children’s horizon?were child? a-yesa-yes b-nob-no 9-Do the outdoor childhood games take your interests?2-Can you make your toy yourself when your parents don’t buy a a-yestoy for you? b-noa-yesb-no 10-Would you like to make your game and play it with your friends? a-yes3-Do you wonder what kind of games your parents played? b-noa-yesb-no 11-Do you want to play the games in the classes as free activities? a- yes4-Do the traditional games take your interest? b-noa-yesb-no 12- Do you think games play a role on any learning skills? a- yes5-Do you think the computer games are useful for you and your b-nofriends?a-yes 13- Games , not computer games should be in free activity class at school.b-no a-yes b-no6-Do you believe that childhood games will help you make friendsfrom European Countries?a-yesb-no7-Do you think outdoor games like childhood games need to beregained as soon as possible.a-yesb-no
  8. 8. Evaluation of Questionnaire for StudentQuestion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 b b a a b a b a a a a a a 2 b b a b a a b a a a a a a 3 b b a a a a b b a a a a a Person Number 4 b b a b b a a a a a a a a 5 b b a a b a a a a a a a a 6 b b a a b a a b a a a a a 7 b b a a b a b a a a a a a 8 b b a a b a b a b a a a a 9 b b a a b a a a a a a a a 10 b b a a b a a a a a a a a
  9. 9. Result of Questionnaire for Students100 90 80 70 60 50 40 71,5 30 20 10 28.5 0 a b
  10. 10. Questionnaire about childhood games for Parents and Teachers (aged more than 25)1-Can you say rules of the three games you played when you were 7-Today , do you believe that the games wil make new generationsa child? happy ?a-yes a-yesb-no b-no2-Do you think that the games, you played, were useful for our 8- Do you belive that the childhood games make you learnmuscles and mind ? friendship with children around you?a-yes a-yesb-no b-no3. Did you have enough time to play the games when you were a 9-Is there any game from your childhood that will be in the todaychild? class activities?a-yes a-yesb-no b-no4.Could you make your toy yourself? 10-Do you think a game must bea-yes educative, cultural, joyful, entertaining…?b-no a-yes b-no5.Did you have pleasure with your toy?a-yes 11- Games , not computer games must be as free activity classesb-no at school. a-yes6. Do you advise the games you played in that time to new b-nogeneration?a-yesb-no
  11. 11. Evaluation of Questionnaire for TeacherQuestion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 a a a a a a a a a a a 2 a a a a a a a a a a a 3 b a b a a a a a a a a Person Number 4 b a b a a a a a b a a 5 b a b a a a a a a a a 6 b a b a a a a b a a a 7 b a a a a b a a b a a 8 b a a a a a a a a a a 9 a a b a a a a a a a a 10 b a b a a b a a a a a
  12. 12. Result of Questionnaire for Teacher100 90 80 70 60 50 40 84,6 30 20 10 15.4 0 a b
  13. 13. Questionnaire about childhood games for Parents and Teachers (aged more than 25)1-Can you say rules of the three games you played when you were 7-Today , do you believe that the games wil make new generationsa child? happy ?a-yes a-yesb-no b-no2-Do you think that the games, you played, were useful for our 8- Do you belive that the childhood games make you learnmuscles and mind ? friendship with children around you?a-yes a-yesb-no b-no3. Did you have enough time to play the games when you were a 9-Is there any game from your childhood that will be in the todaychild? class activities?a-yes a-yesb-no b-no4.Could you make your toy yourself? 10-Do you think a game must bea-yes educative, cultural, joyful, entertaining…?b-no a-yes b-no5.Did you have pleasure with your toy?a-yes 11- Games , not computer games must be as free activity classesb-no at school. a-yes6. Do you advise the games you played in that time to new b-nogeneration?a-yesb-no
  14. 14. Evaluation of Questionnaire for ParentsQuestion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 b b a a a a b a a a a 2 a a b a a a a a a a a 3 b a b a b b b b a a b Person Number 4 b a b a a a a a b a b 5 b a b b b a b a a a a 6 b a b b a a a b a b a 7 b b a a b b a b b a a 8 b a a a a a a a a a a 9 a a b a a a a b a a b 10 b b b b a b b a a b a
  15. 15. Result of Questionnaire for Parents100 90 80 70 60 50 40 61,9 30 20 38.1 10 0 a b

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