DISSEMINATION. BULGARIA. MEETING

READING ROOM

 

EUROPEAN DAY

LEARN MORE ABOUT YOUR PARTNER COUNTRIES

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READING SHORT STORIES IN ENGLISH CLASSE

 

Portugal Christmas Traditions

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CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH
WASTE AND LOVE
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Reading Contest

We participated in a reading contest called Reading on the Plain.
The students prepare the reading of a poem or narrative text and went to present to a jury that evaluated their reading according to the intonation, posture, voice, gestures. The selected students went on to the next phase that will take place at the end of the year.

REVIEW PORTUGUESE LITERARY HERITAGE

They researched the life and work of FERNANDO PESSOA, a Portuguese poet of the last century who indelibly marked Portuguese literature and culture.
KNOWING THE PAST TO LIVE IN THE PRESENT

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 PROJECT DISSEMINATION IN NATIONAL MEDIA

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The Carnation Revolution

25th of April, an important mark for the Portuguese people! But why is this date so important to them? To us? Well, to answer this question we need to go back in time, to 25th of April 1974, when occurred a revolution with the aim to overthrown the authoritarian “Estado Novo” regime that had lasted nearly 5 decades. This regime was created by António de Oliveira Salazar and was known by the moto “Deus, Pátria e Familia” (“God, Fatherland and Family”) it was a regime marked by the “Guerra Colonial”, by PIDE (an oppressive police that chased who was against the regime) and by the lack of liberty.

Several military officers who opposed the regime formed the MFA (Movimento das Forças Armadas in English Armed Forces Movement) to overthrow the government in a military coup. The coup had two secret signals, two songs. The first was aired at 10:55 p.m. on 24 April. It was a song by Paulo de Carvalho called "E Depois do Adeus" (Portugal's entry in the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest), which alerted the rebel captains and soldiers to begin the coup. The second signal came at 12:20 a.m. on 25 April, when “Rádio Renascença” broadcast "Grândola, Vila Morena" (a song by Zeca Afonso).

Six hours later, Marcello Caetano (prime minister at the time) surrenders. Despite repeated radio appeals from the "captains of April" (the MFA) advising the population to stay home, thousands of Portuguese took to the streets supporting the military insurgents.

The name of the revolution comes from the fact that almost no shots were fired, and Celeste Caeiro (an owner of a restaurant) offered carnations to the soldiers when the population took to the streets to celebrate the end of the dictatorship. Others followed suit, and carnations were placed in the muzzles of guns and on the soldiers' uniforms.

This year we celebrated 46 years of freedom!

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EXPLORE COUNTRIES

The students did the experiment to test the permeability of different types of tissue and wrote the procedures and the conclusions in experimental poticollus.

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Celebrate S. Martinho Day´s

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Dissemination in Local Media

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Our city at Christmas - Montemor-o-Novo Portugal

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
Christmas is coming at our school we have already started preparing for its celebration
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A SEA OF OPORTUNITIES

The students participated in a lecture on marine sustainability, organized by the non-governmental organization GEOTA. We were invited to participate in a study visit to a beach to collect garbage and observe marine species and microplastics.

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National Dissemination - Second life of clothes

On November 24th, our School participated in the online lecture Zero Waste by Ana Milhazes (Founder of the Lixo Zero Portugal Movement) integrated in the European week of waste prevention.


Many themes were worked on, especially the need to change our behaviors, making them more sustainable and environmentally friendly.

The student Carlota participated communicating the work that our students are developing within the scope of - Second Life of Clothes.

"A sea of opportunities" for change, starts today! A simple change makes a huge difference ...! Decrease pollution of soils, rivers and oceans, decrease the depletion of natural resources and increase biodiversity! The Planet thanks and reciprocates!

Celebrating the national months of culture an traditions - March Bulgaria

The contribution of Portugal

Celebrating the Culture and Traditions - April Turkey

The contribution of Portugal

Celebrating the Culture and Traditions - May Portugal

Celebrating the Culture and Traditions - June Lithuania

The contribution of Portugal

Action of eTwinning training

Moment of learning, improvement and training about the eTwinning world for teachers from different recruitment groups who collaborate in Erasmus+ projects. Promoted by Betina Astride, mentor of Agruapmento de Escolas de Montemor-o-Novo.

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Dissemination of the Erasmus+ project "Treasure Hunt"
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