Projects 2ου τετραμήνου 2021 στο μάθημα των Αγγλικών.

As the saying goes, ‘Art is all around us’. In its many forms, it presents fantastic opportunities to escape from the pandemic reality. For this reason, first and second-year students were exposed to culture, art and painting. Art was integrated into the didactic practice to cultivate the imagination and creativity of students. The study of works of art in combination with language activities contributed to the holistic development of the learners on a cognitive, emotional, aesthetic and contemplative level. The thematic area of our lessons regarded the cultivation of the students’ aesthetic experience through the life and work of the great painter Vincent Van Gogh.

-    Αλέξης Αλεξανδρίδης Α1
-    Νικόλαος Κασέμ Α2
-    Αλεξανδρα Καϊσίδου Α4
-    Φωτεινή Αποστολίδου A4

Students were also encouraged to explore other painters and artists and choose a painting to their own liking to present in class.

-    Καρυπίδου Αναστασία Α4
-    Αυγουστίνος Παπαδόπουλος Α4
-    Παναγιώτα Ραλούση Α4
-    Καλπατσινίδης Νίκος Β2
-    Λυκίδου Μυρτώ Β3
-    Βάλια Τσάκα – Αναστασία Μπρουτιάν B3

Second-year students focused on the Renaissance Period, its characteristics and its impact on the world. Students, either individually or in groups, prepared a presentation about a work of art of that period.

-    Γιόρογλου Ελένη-Μαρία Β1
-    Αβραμίδου Νικολέτα Β2
-    Κωνσταντινος Αβραμιδης Β2
-    Φυλίδου Χρυσή Β2
-    Μανώλη Βερόνικα Β2
-    Μαρία Καρακετίδου-Εριέτα Μιχάλη-Βασιλική Μαντζούκα B3
-    Ισαακίδου Δήμ. – Παρχαρίδου Ελισ. – Παπαξενίδης Αλέξ. – Σημαιοφορίδης Αθαν. Β4

Moving on to a different topic, the human rights movement developed in the aftermath of the Second World War, along with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights were the subject matter of our lessons for the final-year students. After dealing with the issue of human rights, third-year students created mindmaps with words and concepts related to values and ideals of human rights.

-    Human Rights Values 1
-    Human Rights Values 2

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a milestone document in the history of human rights as it sets out, for the first time, fundamental human rights to be universally protected. Students were encouraged to read the declaration of human rights and select a right they consider important to present in class.

-    Άννα-Μαρία Πασχαλίδου Γ3
-    Μαρίνα Καλαϊτζίδου Γ1
-    Μαργαρίτα Δημητρακούδη Γ2
-    Ελευθερία Κεσεσίδου Γ3
-    Όλγα Καρυπίδου Γ2
-    Σοφία Κιόση Γ2

Congratulations to each and every student on their outstanding results!

Ειρήνη Γκόγκου (Αναπληρώτρια Καθηγήτρια Αγγλικής - ΠΕ06)