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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Multiple Skype connection!

When using innovative technologies in the classroom we always need to be prepared for the unexpected!
Well, the unexpected came last night in the face of these smiling students from  the USA.
We chatted about favourite music, food and school life and we taught them some Greek so that it's not all Greek to them!
Now they know how to say Hello (yiaaa) and How are you? (Ti kanis?) and they'll never go hungry in Greece because they can order chicken (kota)! 
Thanks everyone! We want to get to know you better!

Πολλαπλή σύνδεση στο Skype! 
Όταν χρησιμοποιούμε νέες τεχνολογίες στην τάξη πρέπει να ειμαστε πάντα προετοιμασμένοι για εκπλήξεις! Αυτή την φορά η έκπληξη ήρθε στο πρόσωπο αυτών των χαμογελαστών μαθητών από το 
Cathedral of St. Raymond School στο Joliet, Illinois των ΗΠΑ. Κουβεντιάσαμε για την αγαπημένη μας μουσική, φαγητό και σχολικη ζωή και τους μάθαμε Ελληνικά!
Τώρα ξέρουν να λένε "Γειά. Τι κάνεις?" και δεν θα πεινάσουν ποτέ γιατί ξέρουν να παραγγείλουν κότα!
Ευχαριστούμε παιδιά! Θέλουμε να νωριστούμε καλύτερα.
The  girls...

















The boys...

The class


Our class
































All together!

4 comments:

  1. Hello my name is Elizabeth
    I like your project. Its really cool but I have a question for you is the Greek word for reading avayvwon? please answer me. It is for a class project.

    From Elizabeth, room5 Melville Intermediate, Hamilton, New Zealand

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    1. Hi Elizabeth,
      We're glad you liked our project and would love to see your class join us in The Sunny Thought Project too!
      The Greek word for reading is a'nagnosi (ανάγνωση) eg reading a book/text or me'leti (μελέτη) if you mean studying.
      Hope I've helped...
      Are you learning Greek?
      Effie Kyrikakis

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  2. Hi my name is Emily.I had alot of fun doing this.It's great that we can do this and connect with other classes around the world.You guys are so nice.

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  3. Hi Emily,
    It was real fun as we were all hard at work typing furiously to defy technology challenges, which goes to show that the effort itself can be as fun as the result!
    Besides now you know how to say Yaaa in Greek!
    Would love to connect again!
    Effie

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