Traditions across Europe-an eTwinning project

“Science and technology revolutionize our lives, but memory, TRADITION and myth frame our response.” (Arthur Schlesinger Jr.)

A Christmas Carol December 4, 2008

Filed under: Old traditions,traditional songs,Typical activities — ivasil @ 11:40 pm

This is us, class 6C, making Christmas postcards and singing a carol. Well, not all of us worked very hard (look at Catalin, the boy holding a card!) and we sometimes made little mistakes, such as George, who wrote “Very Christmas!”, instead of “Merry Christmas!”, but we had lots of fun!

We hope you like our carol!

Class 6C, school no. 92, Bucharest


9 Responses to “A Christmas Carol”

  1. stbrendans Says:

    I liked your carol very much.
    You all seem to be a very happy class. Everyone looks like they are working away happily and enjoying themselves. At this time our classes in Ireland are also busy making Christmas cards and rehearsing carols for the Nativity play.

  2. ivasil Says:

    Thank you, Tom.
    They are indeed a happy bunch of kids, fun to work with.
    We’ll show you the result of our work soon- we had to take a break from it due to term papers.

  3. stbrendans Says:

    Congratulations on winning the teacher’s blog competition on the etwinning portal. I’ve just read your post and it is very well constructed. It very accurately describes the benefits of such collaborative projects as these. Enjoy the trip.

  4. Liliana Says:

    Congratulations from me as well, Irina! We are proud to have you here! All the best!


  5. ivasil63 Says:

    Thank you all for the congratulations and for having me in this project. I enjoy a lot working at it!

  6. Gina Says:

    I was just talking with Mario about your prize the oyher day at our regional etwinning seminary : we’re really happy for you: congratulations! We wish we could be there with you !!!
    Congratulations for your post, too!
    It’s great!
    Gina and Mario

  7. ivasil Says:

    Thank you again Liliana, Gina and Tom.
    I hope we can all be there winning a prize for this project, how about that?

  8. Gina Says:

    We wish we were so lucky! We’re crossing our fingers for that: it would be wonderful!
    Gina and Mario

  9. Liliana Says:

    That sounds perfect! I’ll keep my fingers crossed for us as well.


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