Evenimente de 1 Iunie

Atelierul de origami de la Muzeul Muzicii
Muzeul Muzicii din Calea Victoriei a fost luni 1 iunie, gazda unui inedit atelier de origami al A.C.T.O.R.
Sala impresionanta a fost poate pentru prima data martora unei desfasurari de energie proaspata si ludica de acest fel.
Copiii dintr-un centru de plasament alaturi de copii veniti sa sarbatoareasca ziua copilului in muzeu, au aflat de la Eugenia BARBU povestea “Ratustei chinezesti” si s-au intrecut la pliat coroane de printi si printese.
Finalul atelierului a avut loc cum era si firesc in muzeul sunetelor, si anume cu cantecele copiilor. Ei au cantat pentru cei cativa voluntari europeni ai A.C.T.O.R. Marta, Veronika, Madgalena, dar si pentru Yugi, un tanar japonez. Acesta din urma a facut cadou tututor copiilor minunate petice de hartie pe care le-a scris numele lor cu caractere japoneze.
Multumim Marianei Petrescu si celorlalti din echipa muzeului pentru oportunitatea de a lucra intr-un spatiu absolut minunat.
TheMusic

Museum

from Calea Victoriei was on Monday, 1st of July, the host of a special origami workshop made by A.C.T.O.R.

The impressive room where we worked was maybe for the first time the whiteness of a demonstration of fresh and playful energy of this kind.

The children from a social house together with the children who came to celebrate Child’s Day in the Museum, found out from Eugenia Barbu the story of the “Chinese Duck” and took part in a contest to fold prince and princess crowns.
The end of the workshop came, as it was normal in a music museum, with songs performed by the children. They sang for A.C.T.O.R.’s EVS volunteers: Marta, Veronika,
Magdalena
, but also for Yugi, a young Japanese. He made a gift to all of the children: nice pieces of paper, on which he wrote their names with Japanese characters.
Thanks to Mariana Petrescu and to the staff of the museum for the opportunity of working in an absolutely wonderful space.
 
Eveniment la Scoala Generala nr. 79

 

Ocolul Europei in 80 de minute”a fost o activitate interculturala pro-europeana pentru copii scolari, desfasurata ca un maraton de dialogare si prezentare prin metode ludic-educative a diverselor culturi europene. Copiii au fost vizitati, in clasele lor, de catre tineri, veniti special in Romania, prin Serviciul European de Voluntariat- Tineret in Actiune.
Activitatea s-a desfasurat in trei clase cu copii de diferite varste, care au vazut, auzit si descoperit direct de la sursa povesti interesante despre Italia, Franta, Japonia, Germania, Polonia, Slovacia, Cehia…
Experienta a fost foarte intensa dar plina de farmec… toata lumea, adica atat volunarii, cat si copiii isi doresc ca acest tip de experienta sa se repete.
Interesant a fost felul in care copiii de diferite varste au cerut tinerilor europeni informatii de o diversitate neasteptata, provocandu-i cu adevarat.
Prima sarcina a unui grup era sa ghiceasca din ce tara este tanarul aflat in fata lor… astfel ieseau la iveala o multime de stereotipuri de gandire in ceea ce priveste receptarea diferitelor culturi europene de catre copiii romani.
Aducem multumiri speciale Doamnei Directoare Luminita Preda si echipei scolii 79, pentru deschiderea extraordinara de care a dat dovada prin participarea la acest maraton. Suntem siguri ca aceasta colaborare va continua, iar experienta aceasta avea consecinte importante pentru educatia interculturala a copiilor romani, in general.
 “Around
Europe
in 80 minutes” was an intercultural pro-European activity for children in a school, which took place as a communication and presentation of different European cultural marathon. The children were visited, in their classrooms, by the young people, who specially came to
Romania

, through the European Voluntary Service- Youth in Action.

The activity took place in three classrooms with children of different ages, who saw, heard and discovered directly from the source interesting stories about
Italy
,
France
,
Japan
,
Germany
,
Poland
,
Slovakia
,
Czech

Republic

.

The experience was very intense but very charming….everyone, meaning the volunteers, as well as the children, want to repeat this kind of experience.
Interesting was the way in which the children of different ages asked for information of an unexpected diversity from the volunteers, truly challenging them.
The first task of a group was to guess from which country was the young person in front of them….in this way came to surface a lot of stereotypes regarding the perception of different cultures by the Romanian children.
The specially thank Ms. Director Luminita Preda and also to the team of School 79, for the extraordinary openness they proved through participating to this marathon. We are sure that this collaboration will continue, and this experience will have important consequences for the intercultural education of Romanian children in general.

 

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