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All posts by Andrijana Siljanovska

Recycling of glass

During January 2019, teachers Shpëtime Daci and Biljana Minovska, together with fifth grade students, conducted activities from the month’s topic “Recycling” within the Creative expression and composition Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

The students used glass materials such as jars, product packaging, etc. and with them they created different crafts.

The goals of this activity are: to support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to enable students for constructive team and tandem cooperation in realization of the project tasks.

Recycling

During December 2018, teachers Sead Ibraimoski and Zhaneta Dovolani, together with fifth grade students, conducted activities from the month’s topic “Recycling” within the Creative expression and composition Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

The students used paper from product packaging, old newspapers and magazines to create crafts with different shapes. They also created several New Year’s ornaments which they used to decorate the classroom.

The goals of this activity are: to support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to enable students for constructive team and tandem cooperation in realization of the project tasks.

New Year Decorations

During December 2018, teachers Arbana Sela and Adila Nesimoska, together with fifth grade students, conducted activities from the Creative expression and composition Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

During these activities, the students created posters using the stamping technique as well as various New Year crafts, which they used to decorate the classroom.

The goals of this activity are: To support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to get acquainted with certain techniques of artistic expression, to enable students for constructive team and tandem cooperation in realization of the project tasks.

New Year Wishes

During December 2018, teachers Alma Allajbegu Buxhaku and Arbana Sela, together with second grade students, carried out activities from the month’s topic “New Year Wishes” within the Art Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

In mixed groups, students created New Year’s crafts. Every student made a New Year’s postcard and wrote their wishes on them.

The goals of this activity are: To support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to train students for precise folding, cutting, gluing various types of decorative paper, as well as to promote and deepen the positive emotional atmosphere in the whole group.

New Year crafts

During December 2018, teachers Shpetime Daci and Biljana Minovska, together with fifth grade students, conducted activities from the Creative expression and composition Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

During these activities, the students created various New Year crafts, which they used to decorate the classroom.

The goals of this activity are: to support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to get acquainted with certain techniques of artistic expression, to enable students for constructive team and tandem cooperation in realization of the project tasks.

Healthy body, healthy spirit

During November 2018, teachers Eglantina Musliu dhe Vjollca Ramadanovska,, together with third grade students, conducted activities from the month’s topic “Healthy body, healthy spirit” within the Little Researchers Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

The activities consisted of introductory games and discussions in order to introduce the daily topics, which were: How does the heart work?, How do the bones grow? , Why do teeth change? The students divided into groups created crafts related to the topics and presented their final work in front of their classmates.

The objectives of these activities are to expand and deepen the children’s experiences and knowledge about the human organism and its specifics, enrich the active vocabulary among the students with concepts related to the selected program situations, sensitize the students about the importance of responsible behavior as a prerequisite for the preservation of health, as well as to empower students to independently present the results of the conducted research.

Recycling of plastic

During November 2018, teachers Shpëtime Daci and Biljana Minovska, together with fifth grade students, conducted activities from the month’s topic “Recycling” within the Creative expression and composition Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

The students created various crafts using plastic materials. Through these activities, the students socialized, had fun and recycled at the same time.

The goals of this activity are: to support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to enable students for constructive team and tandem cooperation in realization of the project tasks.

Autumn fruits

During November 2018, teachers Alma Allajbegu Buxhaku and Arbana Sela, together with second grade students, carried out activities from the month’s topic “Autumn fruits” within the Art Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

The activities included introductory games in order to introduce students to the daily topics. The students discussed about the autumn and the changes that occur in this season and using various materials and colors they created several crafts related to the daily topics.

The goals of this activity are: To support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to support the interest and curiosity for mixing and creating new colors, and also to exercise precise application of colors in the drawing surface.

Recycling of paper

During November 2018, teachers Arbana Sela and Adila Nesimoska, together with fifth grade students, conducted activities from the month’s topic “Recycling of paper” within the Creative expression and composition Section of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

Using paper from product packaging, old newspapers and magazines, students created different figures and wall clocks which they put on the classroom’s wall.

The goals of this activity are: to support a constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to foster the creative potential of students, to enable students for constructive team and tandem cooperation in realization of the project tasks.

Introductory activities for students

During the first months of the school year 2018/2019 teachers Agona Lleshi and Jehona Dema together with their students carried out several extracurricular intercultural activities according to the Nansen Model. The aim of these activities are: introduction of the students and learning each other’s names, encouraging respect, help and cooperation during the completion of tasks, developing a sense of joy and pleasure in learning through games.