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Τρίτη, 23 Απριλίου 2013

Προσφορά Αγάπης

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  Θέμα : «Προσφορά αγάπης ».

Αγαπητοί Συνάδελφοι τα φαινόμενα ανέχειας και υποσιτισμού των μαθητών μας καθημερινά πολλαπλασιάζονται, η πολιτική της λιτότητας και των περικοπών που επέβαλαν η Τρόικα και η Κυβέρνηση έχει άμεσα θύματα τα παιδιά.
Συνάδελφοι ήρθε η ώρα να αφήσουμε για λίγο τα δικά μας προβλήματα και να δούμε τους μικρούς μας μαθητές, αυτοί είναι το μέλλον της πατρίδας και εμείς έχουμε υποχρέωση να τους δώσουμε προοπτική και ελπίδα.
Το  Δ. Σ του Συλλόγου μας σας προσκαλεί την Κυριακή, 28 Απριλίου 2013 στο κλειστό Γυμναστήριο του 2ου & 5ου Γυμνασίου Κοζάνης ΄΄Στο Μαραθώνιο Zumba΄΄.  
Τιμή εισόδου 3 ευρώ.
     Τα έσοδα της εκδήλωσης θα διατεθούν σε μαθητές που αντιμετωπίζουν πρόβλημα σίτισης.
Η παρουσία σας θα είναι μια προσφορά αγάπης.

             ΄΄Δεν αδιαφορούμε δρούμε συλλογικά, αλληλέγγυα ΄΄


Για το  Διοικητικό Συμβούλιο
    
    Η πρόεδρος                                                          Η Γραμματέας


                                                       
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Κυριακή, 21 Απριλίου 2013


Ο Σύλλογος διδασκόντων, ο Σύλλογος Γονέων και Κηδεμόνων και οι μαθητές του 5ου Γυμνασίου Κοζάνης σας προσκαλούν στη μουσική παράσταση με τίτλο “TRAÙDIA”, η οποία θα πραγματοποιηθεί τη Δευτέρα 22 Απριλίου και ώρα 8.00 μ.μ. στην Κοζάνη στην αίθουσα “Φίλιππος”.
Η παράσταση θα επαναληφθεί την Πέμπτη 25 Απριλίου και ώρα 8.00 μ.μ. στο Βελβεντό στην αίθουσα εκδηλώσεων του Πνευματικού Κέντρου.
Η παράσταση γίνεται στο πλαίσιο των Προγραμμάτων Πολιτιστικών Δραστηριοτήτων “Μουσικές Διαδρομές – Μουσικές Ανταλλαγές 2012-2013” και “Η μουσική των ελληνόφωνων χωριών της Κάτω Ιταλίας”.
Η παρουσία σας θα μας δώσει ιδιαίτερη χαρά.
Με τιμή
Η  ΔΙΕΥΘΥΝΤΡΙΑ
του 5ου Γυμνασίου Κοζάνης
ΜΠΑΛΑΜΠΑΝΙΔΟΥ ΖΑΦΕΙΡΑ
Μαθηματικός


Easter in Greece

Use authentic materials to prepare a special week waiting Easter
GREEEK ORTHODOX EASTER CUSTOMS
Greek Orthodox Easter

Considered the most important holiday on the Greek calendar, the celebration of Orthodox Easter (pascha) is unique in almost every corner of Greece. The uniqueness in celebrating Easter the traditional Greek way lies more in the week leading up to the event rather than the actual religious holiday. Special traditions mark not only the mourning of Christ’s Crucifixion and the celebration of Resurrection, but also the passage from winter to spring.

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Easter Customs
These are customs related to the religious holiday of Easter which is the biggest celebration of the Orthodox Christians and the one richest in folklore. The word “Pascha”, Easter in Greek, stems from the Jewish “Pasah” which means “Passover”. Jewish people celebrated “Pasah” to commemorate their liberation from the Egyptians and the passage of the Red sea, while Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ the Savior and the passage from death to life.  The corresponding Greek word for “Pascha” is “Lambrí” (Brightness) because the day of the resurrection of Christ is a day full of joy and exhilaration.
Easter is a moveable holiday.  Its celebration falls on the first Sunday after the full moon of the spring equinox.  For this year it is on Sunday April 27th.,2008All over the country a plethora of customs and traditions are observed during the week prior to Easter (Holy Week).
The preparations for the celebration of the Resurrection start on Holy Thursday.  On that day housewives traditionally prepare tsourekia (sweet buns resembling brioche) and color eggs with special red dyes.  Ever since antiquity the egg symbolizes the renewal of life and the red color symbolizes the blood of Christ.  In the past, people used to place the first red egg on the icon stand of the house in order to cast out evil spirits.  In some villages they used to mark the head and the back of small lambs with the red dye used for the dyeing of the eggs.  They also used to keep one of the big round Holy Thursday loaves at the icon stand in order to protect the members of the family from spells.
Friday is the most sacred day of the Holy Week, the day of the culmination of the passion of Christ with the deposition from the cross and Christ’s burial.  Because it is a day of mourning, housewives do not do any house chores, avoiding even cooking. Women and children go to church to decorate the Epitaph (Bier of Christ) with flowers they collect or buy. In the morning of Good Friday, Christ’s Burial is reenacted in church and in the evening the Epitaph procession takes place.
On Easter Saturday morning, preparations start for the festive dinner of the night of the Resurrection and housewives cook “maghiritsa” (a tripe and herbs soup).  Shortly before midnight, people gather in church holding white candles which they light with the “Holy Light” distributed by the priest.  When the latter chants “Christ is risen” (Christós Anesti), people exchange wishes and the so-called “Kiss of Love”.  With the “Holy Light” of the candles they thrice make the sign of the cross on the door post over the front door of their houses for good luck.  Then they all gather around the festively laid table, they crack red eggs and feast on the traditional “maghiritsa”.
On Easter Sunday morning, in many parts of the country lamb is prepared on the spit.  In other regions, the meat for the Easter table - lamb or kid - is roasted in the oven.  There is a festive atmosphere everywhere and people eat and dance usually until late into the night.
  GREEK ORTHODOX EASTER                        GREEK EASTER CUSTOMSGREEK ORTHODOX EASTER CUSTOMS

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Bunny-Shaped Egg Recipe

A kid-friendly hard boiled egg recipe that's fun to eat perfect for Easter dinner, plus see more easy Easter recipes for kids.
By Kristin Fitch & Sharon Pierce McCullough
Ingredients:
  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Carrots for ears
  • Snap peas for nose
  • Cabbage for tail
  • Cheese for eye
  • What to Do:
  1. Hard boil eggs and let cool.  Remove shells. If your bunnies will not be presented in an egg dish, then cut a very thin slice from the bottom of the egg (lengthwise) so egg will not roll around.
  2.  Cut thin carrot slices and shape into rabbit ears with a knife, making sure one end is very pointy. Insert pointy ends into egg for ears.  Cut off tip of snap pea for nose.  Push the pointed end into the front end of the egg.  Make a small round tail from a white piece of cabbage, once again making a pointed end to push into the back of the egg.  For eyes, cut two small little circles, using a small straw as a cutter, from your slice of cheese.  Make sure the egg is not wet when you set the cheese eyes in place or they may slide out of place.
  3.  Other veggies may be substituted for the nose and tail.
  4. http://www.parenting.com/article/bunny-shaped-egg-recipe
  5. {create this} easy bunny treat cups

    If you ask me, holidays are just not as much fun without yummy snacks, themed gifts and cute packaging!  Lip balm is so much cuter tucked in a bunny shaped egg cup and popcorn's cute factor is increased to the power of 10 when it's covered in chocolate and doused in sprinkles!  And any snack becomes down right adorable when served in a cute little bunny treat cup - complete with fluffy tail!




    These bunny treat cups could not get any easier, so let's take a look at how to make them!

    Bunny treat cup supplies:

    • small white cups - I found these at Walmart for .97
    • White and pink polka dot card stock
    • glue dots or hot glue
    • white felt
    I just free handed bunny ear shapes out of white card stock and then did the same - a bit smaller - for the pink polka dot card stock.  Stick the pink on the white and use a glue dot or a smidge of hot glue to stick the ears to the outside back of the cup.  I folded one ear down on one cheeky little bunny cup.  

    Now the tail:


    Fold a 1 inch wide length of white felt in half and glue just the edges together - leaving the fold open.  Snip down on the fold almost to the bottom of the piece of felt but don't cut all the way through.  Roll and glue as you go to create the size tail you'd like.  When you're done, fluff the tail and glue it to the outside of your cup.

    No treat cup is complete without something YUMMY to go inside!  Like this white chocolate and powdered sugar covered "bunny tails" muddy buddies popcorn I shared yesterday!

    Since all of the decorations are on the outside of the cup, you can also use this for a festive Easter Bunny punch or milk for Easter morning breakfast!

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Σάββατο, 13 Απριλίου 2013

Υπενθύμιση


Εὐχαριστοῦμε πολύ.  Εὐελπιστοῦμε νὰ καταγράψουμε τὴν γιορτὴ σὲ βίντεο καὶ νὰ τ' ἀνεβάσουμε στὸ κανάλι τῆς Ἑνώσεως στὸ YouTube.  Θὰ σᾶς στείλουμε μετὰ χαρᾶς τὸν σχετικὸ σύνδεσμο. 

Πρὸς τὸ παρόν, ἐπισυνάπτουμε τὸ πρόγραμμα τῆς Ἀνοιξιάτικης Γιορτῆς (Spring Festival).
 
Θερμοὺς χαιρετισμούς,
ΕΚΑΔΕ Ἠμαθίας


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Πέμπτη, 11 Απριλίου 2013

Δελτίο Τύπου


Δελτίο Τύπου

ΔΗΜΙΟΥΡΓΙΚΗ ΓΡΑΦΗ

Η Κοβεντάρειος Δημοτική Βιβλιοθήκη Κοζάνης μετά την επιτυχημένη συνεργασία των τελευταίων ετών με την εκπαιδευτική κοινότητα διοργανώνει και φέτος από Δευτέρα 8 έως Παρασκευή 12 Απριλίου  σεμιναριακά μαθήματα «Δημιουργικής Γραφής» για μαθητές Γυμνασίων και Δημοτικών σχολείων.
Το πρόγραμμα, που αποσκοπεί να καθιερωθεί σαν θεσμός, γίνεται με την εποπτεία του Μεταπτυχιακού Προγράμματος του Πανεπιστημίου Δυτικής Μακεδονίας και την υποστήριξη  των γραφείων Πρωτοβάθμιας και Δευτεροβάθμιας Εκπαίδευσης του Νομού Κοζάνης και θα πραγματοποιείται καθημερινά, τις παραπάνω μέρες, στο αναγνωστήριο της  βιβλιοθήκης, από τις 9.00΄- 13.00΄.


ΣΥΜΜΕΤΕΧΟΥΝ ΤΑ  ΔΗΜΟΤΙΚΑ- ΓΥΜΝΑΣΙΑ

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ΕΠΙΣΚΕΨΗΣ
ΕΚΠΑΙΔΕΥΤΗΣ
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Νούσιας, Αθανάσιος2461063419/6972468363

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Τρίτη, 9 Απριλίου 2013

Margaret Thatcher

Και καθώς είμαστε ένα blog ποικίλης ύλης ......

7 Things You Should Know About Margaret Thatcher

7 Things You Should Know About Margaret Thatcher
Britain’s Iron Lady, Baroness Margaret Thatcher, died today at the age of 87, at the Ritz Hotel in London. Quite a step up from her family’s grocery in the north of England.
The story of her rise to power is impressive and formidable. But she was never widely loved, even by those in her own party, let alone those outside it. That’s why there are parties celebrating her death taking place in the UK today.
Margaret Thatcher was born on October 13, 1925, in the small town of Grantham; her mother was a dressmaker and her father a grocer. According to Thatcher, her father was responsible for introducing her to politics and instilling in her the importance of being able to stand on her own two feet.
She became a Member of Parliament (MP) in 1958 and a junior minister in 1961. In 1970, when Edward Heath won the election for the Conservative Party, he named her education secretary. She replaced Heath as leader of the party in the mid-1970′s and on May 4, 1979, she became the first-ever female Prime Minister in Britain.
As it happens, I left the UK in the early 80′s, so was not under her regime for long. I sure missed a lot. Here are seven important things you should know about Margaret Thatcher:
1. SHE BROKE THE GLASS CEILING BUT WAS NOT A FEMINIST
Far from being a feminist, many people, myself included, believe that she set back the cause of feminism, by being such a bad example of a woman in power. She seemed to believe that she had to prove herself by being tougher than any man.
Interestingly, in 1973, Thatcher famously said: “I don’t think there will be a woman prime minister in my lifetime.” Six years later, she proved herself wrong.
From The Guardian:
If a single phrase captured her political identity, it was from her 1980 party conference speech: “This lady’s not for turning.” She played by the rules that demanded that she present herself as soft and yielding, but by her diligent attention to detail, the concentration of her focus, and her appetite for conflict, ultimately she subverted them.
2.  SHE WAS THE LONGEST-SERVING PRIME MINISTER IN 150 YEARS
Thatcher led the Conservative Party to victory three times. As the longest-serving Prime Minister of the 20th century, she spent 11 years and 209 days in office. In fact, she was the longest-serving British premier since Lord Liverpool, who held the post from 1812 to 1827.
3.  SHE STOLE MILK FROM YOUNG CHILDREN
As a child growing up in England, I enjoyed my third of a pint of fresh milk every day. In 1970, when the Conservatives won the general election, Thatcher became Secretary of State for Education and Science. The following year, she decided to cut public funding for free milk for schoolchildren, which had been in place since the second world war. That earned her the nickname ‘Margaret Thatcher the milk snatcher,” and should have been a warning of things to come.
4. SHE WORKED TO PRIVATIZE EVERYTHING
Once elected Prime Minister in 1979, Thatcher and her Cabinet immediately began pushing through tough economic measures. Privatization came to be fundamental of the Thatcher regime, and it affected virtually every part of society — health, education, business, the railways.  At the same time, there were also tax increases, and unemployment was rampant.
From The Guardian:
Lord David Owen, the leader of the Social Democratic Party at the time, said Thatcher’s policies created an overwhelming anxiety in Britain.
“A lot of people felt threatened by Margaret Thatcher. A lot of people felt that their whole way of life was challenged,” he said. “And they hated her.”
But, Owen said, Thatcher was determined to drive through her policies, no matter how unpopular.
5.  SHE ORDERED THE POLICE TO DESTROY THE MINERS’ STRIKE
The miners’ strike is easily the most horrendous part of Thatcher’s legacy. There were numerous strikes in the 80′s in Britain, but this one lasted a year and was one of the most damaging industrial disputes ever seen in Britain.
In 1984, the strike essentially pitted the Prime Minister against the most powerful and militant trade union in Britain, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), by closing coal pits and privatizing the national coal industry. This was a fight that Thatcher ultimately won, breaking the back of Britain’s working class, and causing immense suffering.
Miners went on strike in their tens of thousands against planned colliery closures. In working to defeat them, the government ordered the police to go in and break up the picket line; hundreds of injuries were inflicted, but no police officer was ever indicted.
A memoir from one miner, in The Guardian:
I was on strike but I had never been on a picket line. One day in August 1984, I stopped by the colliery to talk to a couple of senior staff. I saw all these riot police coming. There were hundreds of them. As I left to go back to my car, all hell broke lose. I saw a police officer with a fire extinguisher in his hand, bashing a lad in the back. I tried to get closer to note down the officer’s number but they were wearing black boilersuits with no numbers. The next thing I knew, a police officer struck me from behind. I was coming in and out of consciousness as I was dragged across the road into an alleyway.
6.  SHE HATED EVERYTHING TO DO WITH COMMUNISM
Thatcher played an important role in world politics as the Cold War was winding down. In this, she marched in step with the powers in the U.S.
She was vehemently anti-Communist, but did develop a strong attachment to then-Russian leader Mikhail Gorbachev. And once she became best buddies with U.S. President Ronald Reagan, Thatcher took her impressions of Gorbachev to Reagan.  The three cemented their close relationship as communism fell.
7.  SHE INSTITUTED A WILDLY UNPOPULAR POLL TAX
This tax, introduced in 1989, meant that my mother, living alone in a small house in the west of England, would have to pay the same amount of tax as a billionaire living in a castle.
It seems that having been “successful” in so many areas, Thatcher thought she could get away with anything. But with this one, she had gone too far.
Up until this point UK citizens paid for local council services under a system known as the ‘rates.’ Under the rates people paid tax based upon the value of their property. Thatcher’s new tax changed this to the number of people living in a household. Protests broke out all over the country, and by the end of the year, Thatcher had been forced to step down.
Many people breathed a huge sigh of relief.



Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/7-things-you-should-know-about-margaret-thatcher.html#ixzz2PyFiIbBf