quinta-feira, 20 de novembro de 2014

iEARN Brazil 2015

Brasília 2015.  iEARN Annual Conference & Youth Summit.



Ambassadors of Peace

Todos nós temos um lugar no mundo, uma identidade, um jeito de ser que nos distingue dos demais e, ao mesmo tempo nos aproxima. Somos bastante parecidos, tanto nos nossos sonhos como nas nossas carências. Problemas como a fome, a pobreza, a violência e o preconceito são globais, assim como a vontade de viver em paz. Através do projeto Teddy Bear, aprendemos para além do inglês. Aprendemos a valorizar a nossa cultura e a cultura dos outros países. Por onde passam, esses bichinhos de pelúcia promovem a paz, a tolerância e a amizade entre os povos. Para nós aqui do JP, participar dessa experiência tem sido um grande aprendizado. Aproveito para compartilhar o mais novo vídeo do projeto: Embaixadores da Paz; Ambassadors of Peace. Acreditamos que as crianças que participam de projetos como esse, no futuro serão cidadãos muito mais empenhados em promover paz no planeta.


Aproveite para rever como tudo começou há um ano atrás:



terça-feira, 18 de novembro de 2014

Teddy Bear News

Pandas, Penguins, Dolphins, Bears, Beavers and Rabbits have a busy life in our school, as well as Toucans and Flamingoes. The last teddy bear news.

2nd A Max and Nina

Max is enjoying life here in Brazil, this week he stayed with Manuella and her family. Nina has stayed with Gian Franco and his family.






2nd B Anay and Neymar Pink

Anay has visited Kaique, Raica, Julia and other friends here in Brazil and Neymar Pink has enjoying Patagonia in Argentina, but only Kaique has sent me picutures lately.





3rd A Mahee and Neymar Pinheiro

Mahee has visited a few kids since she arrived last week and Neymar has stayed with Osairum, a very studious boy and his family. Teacher Nissa Zafar told me Mahee's baby is a little girl named Marvi.


video




3rd B Brad Ford and Julio Cesar

Brad Ford has joined us for a Maple Syrup experience very recently and we also recorded a short video for Brazilian flag. You can watch it in this blog. Julio Cesar has also enjoyed Canada with teacher Mali Bickley's students. 





3rd C Bucky and Paula Pinheiro

Bucky has spent some time with me through the city lately besides to join our class for a Mapple Syrup experience. This group also colaborated in a video about Brazilian flag and Paula is enjoying Canada with teacher Jim Carleton's students.



Here Paula is very happy with Koalla having their first Canadiana Winter Experience by making a snowman.












4th A and B - Arzeh, Saleem, Cristal and Teddy

Arzeh and Saleem have a very busy life with this group, they have recently presented their Talent Show to their parents as part of the project Living Drama, they have also painted Lebanon's flag and will working on a video about traditional games before the end of the year. Cristal and Teddy have arrived in Lebanon but not at Teacher Natasha Habli's school.







sábado, 15 de novembro de 2014

Living Drama para os pais

Estamos negociando com São Pedro todos os dias para segurar a chuva um pouquinho. Estou desconfiada que até São Pedro gosta das nossas apresentações no jardim e já virou fã do Living Drama. Três salas já se apresentaram para os pais: 4º A, 5º B e C. Mais duas salas apresentam nos próximos dias. Seguem os vídeos das apresentações:










quinta-feira, 13 de novembro de 2014

The Lebanon Flag


Teacher Natasha Habli sent us a beautiful story about Lebanon flag. It has three colors: red, white and green. The white color represents peace and the white snow that covers the high mountains in Lebanon; the green color and the cedar  tree represent the immortality; the red color represents the martyrs who sacrificed themselves for the sake of their homeland. 


Today, kids painted Lebanon Flag in the company of Arzeh and Saleem who have joined us for the rest of the school year:




To learn more about Lebanon flag visit  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Lebanon

 




quarta-feira, 12 de novembro de 2014

Max, Manuella, Mexican Paletas and Brigadeiros


Max is spending the day with Manuella Manochi and her family. After school she went to a dance studio with her mother and sister Milena, then they went to a Mexican Ice Cream place and Max helped the girls with their homework. Finally, they enjoyed a typical Brazilian treat made of chocolate and condensed milk called brigadeiro. I found a video of the recipe to share with our friends from Peru.


How to make Brigadeiros





Manuella and her sister Milena doing their homework
Visit also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCaAj9I-Zqs and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93O_PqczNfc&feature=youtu.be








Manuella and Max with Evelyn and Maria Clara



Manuella and her mother and sister.