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Category Archives: News NMIE

Scarf

During February and March 2019, teachers Hyrmete Alla and Tijana Bajraktarska together with students from the fourth grade carried out activities within the monthly topic “Knitting” from the Art section of the Annual program for extracurricular intercultural activities.

The teachers and their students discussed about warm winter clothes and through the song “Warm clothes” they revealed the topic of the daily activity. During the realization of the daily activity “Scarf”, the students cooperated with each other and using different materials they created crafts in shapes of scarves. With the teachers’ help they also knitted scarves using yarn in different colors.

The aims of the activities are: to encourage collaborative relationships in the group with an ethnically heterogeneous structure, to familiarize students with the basics of knitting as a way of creative expression, to exercise patience while realizing artistic tasks, as well as to create their own style and expression while designing and creating.

Snowdrops

During February 2019, teachers Elizabeta Jovanovska and Ylbere Arifi and teachers Valentina Blagoevska Petrushevska and Rejhan Rushiti together with their students carried out extracurricular intercultural activities from the Art section.

Through this activity, the students of the two tandems had the opportunity to get to know each other and to cooperate during the task execution. They cleaned the display from the old works, cut flowers in the shape of snowdrops and together they put them up in the hallway display.

The aims of the activities are: encouraging mutual successful group and tandem cooperation, supporting a positive socio-emotional climate in the group, empowering students for constructive mutual agreement, encouraging children’s originality, creativity, as well as developing a responsible and active attitude towards group tasks.

The Gray Sparrow

During February 2019, teachers Daniela Mladenovska and Teuta Bediu carried out the activity “The Gray Sparrow” from the month’s topic “The First Snow” within the Art section of the Annual Program for extracurricular intercultural activities for the first grade.

The activity began with introductory games, and then the children in groups, using various materials, cut, glued and shaped sparrows and sparrow houses.

The aims of the activity are: to stimulate the student’s creative fantasy, to get to know and to correctly name the surfaces and accessories for painting, and to enable students to independently organize the elements in space (spatial relations: top-down, left-right)

Introductory activities

During February 2019, teachers Radica Acevska and Mirsada Idrizi, together with first and second grade students, conducted extracurricular introductory activities through which they introduced the students with the Nansen Model for intercultural education.

The activities were accompanied by various introductory games, the purpose of which was for students to get to know each other and cooperate during their realization as well as to develop a positive work climate. The students showed interest and willingness to participate in the activities.

Igloo

During February 2019, teachers Syzana Spahiu and Gjurgjica Marinova together with students of first grade carried out activities from the month’s topic “Winter adventures” as part of the Art section within the Annual program for extracurricular intercultural activities.

The realization of the daily activity “Igloo” started with introductory games. The students divided into two groups collaborated with one another. In large sheet papers they made Eskimo igloos, using beans and popcorn.

The aims of the activities are: encouraging the artistic curiosity for artistic creation with different non-standard materials, exercising precision and patience when cutting, folding paper and gluing different types of grains, strengthening of the cooperative relations between the members of the group as well as empowering students for modeling and constructing with different materials.

Traditions

During January and February 2019, teachers Lence Angjelkoska and Afrime Durmishi together with students of second and third grade, carried out activities from the month’s topic “Traditions” within the Section Get to know Macedonia of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

For the realization of the daily activities Traditional Macedonian Wedding and Traditional Albanian Wedding, the students watched videos where they observed traditions involved in weddings, created invitations and typical wedding decorations, played competing games and danced traditional Macedonian and Albanian dance.

The aim of these activities are: promotion of cultural identity through familiarization with traditional Macedonian and Albanian weddings, obtaining information on various customs at traditional Macedonian and Albanian weddings, encouraging love for the homeland and respecting cultural differences in the Republic of Macedonia, encouraging respect, assistance and cooperation in carrying out activities, as well as developing a sense of joy and pleasure in learning through games.

Winter socks

During February 2019, teachers Hyrmete Alla and Tijana Bajraktarska together with students from the fourth grade carried out activities within the monthly topic “Knitting” from the Art section of the Annual program for extracurricular intercultural activities.

The teachers and their students discussed about warm winter clothes and through the brainstorming technique they revealed the topic of the daily activity. During the realization of the daily activity “Winter Socks”, the students cooperated with each other and using yarn in different colors, they created woolen winter socks.

The aims of the activities are: to support constructive communication and cooperation between students and teachers from two different ethnic groups, to encourage the students’ creativity and originality through artistic expression and creation, to familiarize students with the basics of knitting as a way of creative expression and to develop fine motor skills and precision while knitting simple shapes.

Belgium

During February 2019, teachers Silvija Roshkova and Sadik Iseni together with students of seventh grade, carried out activities from the month’s topics “Belgium” as part of the Section Education for peace and tolerance of the Annual Program for Intercultural Extracurricular Activities.

Activities were accompanied by various games, students had the opportunity to find out more about the geographical location of Belgium as well as the characteristics of this country – flag, coat of arms and climate specificities.

The goals of these activities are: to encourage mutual cooperation, to encourage constructive collaborative relations among students from different ethnic communities, to familiarize students with the geographical location of Belgium and its climate specificities, to discover state symbols, as well as to support the students’ interest to discover Belgium’s languages ​​and cultures.