It’s a fact that traditional dances are a very important part of greek culture. How many of you are familiar with the movie “Zorba the greek”? Pupils from the 3rd Gymnasium of Mytilene visited “Arion” dance school and took an interview from the director, K. Agkopian. After the interview, a powerpoint presentation was created including most … Continue reading
During December 2014, 51 students from the 3rd Gymnasium of Mytilene answered the questionnaire about their physical activity. All of them were 13 years old. The students completed the questionnaire during class.
As a part of the “Stay Healthy, Stay Fit” project, we created a common questionnaire about the physical activity of our students.
Together with my students from the 3rd High Mytilene, we decided to create an electronic poster as the last activity for our eTwinning project. For this purpose we used glogster. Especially for the posters we created a new presentation “Do’s and Don’ts – Useful tips for a healthy lifestyle”. The poster also includes creations from … Continue reading
There is no doubt that Physical Education (PE) plays an important role in the life of teenagers. It encourages pupils to learn about their bodies and it promotes health. Of course there are differences and similarities of PE in european schools. How often do pupils have PE courses? Which kinds of sports are taught? Do pupils enjoy … Continue reading
Ingredients 350grams/12oz Greek yoghurt 1 cucumber 2 tablespoons of lemon juice 2 cloves of garlic, grated finely dash of extra virgin olive oil paprika for sprinkling (optional) Preparation The best result is achieved by peeling and be-seeding the cucumber before grating. Hang the grated cucumber in muslin cloth or a tea towel in order to … Continue reading
Between 4 and 7 April 2014, 27 students from our school visited the neighboring island of Chios. Chios is famous for its exports of mastic. It is often referred as “The mastic island”. Mastic is a resin obtained from the mastic tree (Pistacia lentiscus). In Greece, it is known as the “tears of Chios” being … Continue reading
Feta is a salted curd cheese made from either sheep’s milk, goat’s milk, or a blend. It is sold in many degrees of firmness, ranging from soft and crumbly to fairly hard. Its flavor varies from mild to sharp. Because it is cured (from a week to several months) and stored in its own salty … Continue reading