Traditional water mill and whirlpool. Students visit the old traditional water mill and the adjacent whirlpool where people used to wash their blankets and woolen rugs without the use of detergents. The miller will explain the use and operation of the traditional water mill and how people washed their household items without the use of chemicals.
Traditional loom, 1: Students will discover information and pictures of old, traditional looms and will present to their peers how looms worked and the art of making loom-woven textiles, or wefts.
Shadow play 1: Students from our school will work in groups to discover the history and evolution of shadow play which is an important part of the Eastern culture.
Olympic games, ancient and modern. The erasmus groups will gather information and then they will disseminate this information to pupils from the other participating schools.
Traditional local house decoration vs. modern house decoration. Students work in groups and discover information about how local houses were decorated in the past and how modern houses are decorated. After information is collected, students present their findings.Complete the pre-activities for STE 3 in each partner school.