wtorek, 22 listopada 2016



Witam Państwa serdecznie,

Pragniemy zaprosić Państwa na spektakl teatralny " Nikt się nie dowie,   jeśli nikt nie powie" dnia 18 listopada 2016 r. oraz 25 listopada 2016r. o 

godzinie 17.00 do Powiatowego Gimnazjum Dwujęzycznego w Kłodzku. Przypomnę, ze gimnazjum mieści się w budynku na ulicy Wojska 

Polskiego 11 w Kłodzku- tj. w tym samym budynku co Liceum Ogolnokształcące im.B.Chrobrego.  Przedstawienia odbędą się w Auli im.Arnoszta z Pardubic. 

Jaka jest geneza tego spektaklu,  bo jak zauważą Państwo z plakatu jest to przedstawienie charytatywne " Dla Piotra" ? W zeszłym roku szkolnym w klasie 

wtedy 2a w gimnazjum Kuba , mój uczeń i nasz kolega,  zachorował na białaczkę. Podjęliśmy szereg przedsięwzięć i dzięki ludziom o dobrym sercu zebraliśmy 

trochę środków na leczenie Kuby. Wszyscy rozumiemy , że w takich sytuacjach każda ilość środków się przyda...

Ku naszemu absolutnemu zadziwieniu Gimnazjum  Publiczne im.Wł.St.Reymonta w Kłodzku zoorganizowało  kolejną wspaniałą imprezę charytatywną dla naszego Kuby.

Teraz może czas na wyjaśnienie. My, uczniowie klasy już 3 gimnazjum oraz wychowawca chcemy przekazać dalej ten bezinteresowny akt serca- to 

przedstawienie jest dla chłopca ze Szkoły  Podstawowej nr 3.  Nie znamy go , ale wiemy od nauczyciela , który jest wychowawcą Piotrka , ze zaczął chorować w tym roku na białaczkę. 

Piotrek ! Gramy dla Ciebie! Jest to sztuka  napisana przez nas  i wystawiona przez nas Dla CIEBIE!

Zapraszamy wszystkich, którzy chcą pomóc! 


                 uczniowie klasy III gimnazjum oraz                                                        wychowawca Danuta Mołdysz
   

piątek, 21 października 2016


"Oh, why am I not of stone, like you?"
Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania the hunchback of notre dame bookZnalezione obrazy dla zapytania the hunchback of notre dame bookZnalezione obrazy dla zapytania notre dame de paris drawing

It is important to know how to see the difference between Man and Monster.
We are not black and white. Beauty clothed in white can have dust in its stomach or venom in its mouth. A monstrous body may hide itself behind veil of flowers.
This time Hugo leads us to medieval Paris with its gothic architecture. An ugly, young man Quasimodo lives lonely in the Notre-Dame Catherdal, having only Claude Frollo, the cathedral's archdeacon who adopted him 20 years earlier. 

ND-de-Paris-L4-Ch1-LesBonnesAmes.pngZnalezione obrazy dla zapytania the hunchback of notre dame book
Suddenly they both fall in love with a young, beautiful Gypsy, Esmeralda. Esmeralda doesn't share their feelings - she's in love withPhoebus de Chateaupers, the Captain of the King's Archers, but he treats her like an object. 
Esmeralda is considered to be a witch, and hides in the cathedral. Quasimodo loves her innocently and spiritually, but Frollo starts getting mad from lust, that educated, soulful man is dragged down by a low need - this affects his morality and kindles an internal war within his mind.
There happen a lot, we meet plenty of mysterious characters and all this ends with purely dramatic epilogue. Everything in the dark, gothic atmosphere.
Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania the hunchback of notre dame bookZnalezione obrazy dla zapytania notre dame de paris drawing
"When they tried to detatch this skeleton from the one it embraced, it crumbled to dust."

wtorek, 11 października 2016

       Polishwide Public Speaking Contest

 On September the 15'th the Polishwide Public Speaking Contest had place,it was the final elimination.It was also part of the national IATEFL conference.I got second place in the earlier round wich was in Wrocław and had to travel to Szczecin in order to take part in the final.It was obviuos that I had to go for two days to the seaside city with a teacher so I traveled there with our English teacher-Mrs.Mołdysz,she helped me a lot with the preparations for the contest.

 We staretd our train journey at  in the morning from Kłodzko,through Poznań to Szczecin Główny.We talked all eight ours in the train and we didn't even notice when we got to our destination.After lunch in a small restaurant we got to our hotel.(we met a really cute cat along teh way).Finally at the hotel we both had some proper rest.But that was not the end of the day,there was much more to come.At eight in front of the hotel,we met Mrs.Mołdysz's friend from university-Ewa.She was a really energetic and warm person.She was our city guide that evening beacouse all three of us were on our way to Szczecin Open for Grzegorz Turnau's concert.
 
 When we arrived at the gates it came out that entry to the concert was only with tickets(wich we did not have).But soon Ewa thought of a fast way to solve this problem,she lended some tickets from her friends and the moment we entered -she gave them back,so still throughout the whole event we were there illegally wich so hilarous.Although there was an almost two hour delay,Grzegorz Turnau and his band were awsome.We somehow even managed to sneak onto the VIP seats.Summing up the three of us entered the concert without tickets and we sat on VIP places almost by accident.Due to the delay the event ended very late so me and Mrs.Mołdysz arrived at the hotel after midnight and tommorow morning I had the contest...


 I hardly woke up but still somehow managed to get prepared properly.After breakfast we traveled to the University where the IATEFL conference and my contest took place.We arrived earlier (abou 9:30) because at 10:00 we wanted to go to David Fishers(American public speaker) lecture.Due to the chaos coused by the IATEFL meetings and so on ,we couldn't find the right room so at the end we entered just wichever room was closest.That's how we got ourselves in a activity meeting about drama and students for English teachers(I'm not yet a teacher).When we entered everybody was a bit puzzled but Mrs.Mołdysz energeticly went in and intruduced us.We sat in a big circle among teachers.I felt a bit strange being the odd one out but ot was quite fun seing things from a teachers piont of view.During the meeting we took part in different kind of social activities ,it was fun with Mrs.Mołdysz being my partner.I actually took part and talked on my opinion a lot.But at 11:00 we sadly had to go the the contest.It was organised in a huge conference hall,lot's of teachers and student's were already there.
  
 In the Public Speaking Contest about 18 people took part but they were divided into gimnasium and high school sections.I was fith in my section.The contestants were really good,most of them had a great accent and volcabulary.I was extremely stressed when they called my name but when I got onto the stage I got over it fast.I talked as if I were talking at a normal practice,no stress or what so ever.I tried my best although it was my first time and I was aware of my small chances.Like I thought,I didn't get any top place but it was ok for me.First place went to a Ukrainian girl wich maybe wasn't exactly fair because of her nationality.There were two second places that earned it and third place had our old student-Sonia Nawrotek.







 Overall,I think that it went quite well and next year I will for sure do better with now having more experience.Still the whole trip was worth the struggle because I had a great time before and after the contest in Szczecin.I saw a city wich I have never been to before,spent good quilty time with Mrs.Mołdysz who isn't exactly who she is during lessons.And of course sadly we had to say goodbye to Ewa who was probably one of the most fun and optimistic people I have ever met.It's worth going to contests,you don't necesarilly have to win to have a great time.The adventure and experience is something that is worth a lot more than prizes.

                                                                                                              autor:Ida Górecka
 

       Polishwide Public Speaking Contest

 On September the 15'th the Polishwide Public Speaking Contest had place,it was the final elimination.It was also part of the national IATEFL conference.I got second place in the earlier round wich was in Wrocław and had to travel to Szczecin in order to take part in the final.It was obviuos that I had to go for two days to the seaside city with a teacher so I traveled there with our English teacher-Mrs.Mołdysz,she helped me a lot with the preparations for the contest.

 We staretd our train journey at  in the morning from Kłodzko,through Poznań to Szczecin Główny.We talked all eight ours in the train and we didn't even notice when we got to our destination.After lunch in a small restaurant we got to our hotel.(we met a really cute cat along teh way).Finally at the hotel we both had some proper rest.But that was not the end of the day,there was much more to come.At eight in front of the hotel,we met Mrs.Mołdysz's friend from university-Ewa.She was a really energetic and warm person.She was our city guide that evening beacouse all three of us were on our way to Szczecin Open for Grzegorz Turnau's concert.
 
 When we arrived at the gates it came out that entry to the concert was only with tickets(wich we did not have).But soon Ewa thought of a fast way to solve this problem,she lended some tickets from her friends and the moment we entered -she gave them back,so still throughout the whole event we were there illegally wich so hilarous.Although there was an almost two hour delay,Grzegorz Turnau and his band were awsome.We somehow even managed to sneak onto the VIP seats.Summing up the three of us entered the concert without tickets and we sat on VIP places almost by accident.Due to the delay the event ended very late so me and Mrs.Mołdysz arrived at the hotel after midnight and tommorow morning I had the contest...


 I hardly woke up but still somehow managed to get prepared properly.After breakfast we traveled to the University where the IATEFL conference and my contest took place.We arrived earlier (abou 9:30) because at 10:00 we wanted to go to David Fishers(American public speaker) lecture.Due to the chaos coused by the IATEFL meetings and so on ,we couldn't find the right room so at the end we entered just wichever room was closest.That's how we got ourselves in a activity meeting about drama and students for English teachers(I'm not yet a teacher).When we entered everybody was a bit puzzled but Mrs.Mołdysz energeticly went in and intruduced us.We sat in a big circle among teachers.I felt a bit strange being the odd one out but ot was quite fun seing things from a teachers piont of view.During the meeting we took part in different kind of social activities ,it was fun with Mrs.Mołdysz being my partner.I actually took part and talked on my opinion a lot.But at 11:00 we sadly had to go the the contest.It was organised in a huge conference hall,lot's of teachers and student's were already there.
  
 In the Public Speaking Contest about 18 people took part but they were divided into gimnasium and high school sections.I was fith in my section.The contestants were really good,most of them had a great accent and volcabulary.I was extremely stressed when they called my name but when I got onto the stage I got over it fast.I talked as if I were talking at a normal practice,no stress or what so ever.I tried my best although it was my first time and I was aware of my small chances.Like I thought,I didn't get any top place but it was ok for me.First place went to a Ukrainian girl wich maybe wasn't exactly fair because of her nationality.There were two second places that earned it and third place had our old student-Sonia Nawrotek.







 Overall,I think that it went quite well and next year I will for sure do better with now having more experience.Still the whole trip was worth the struggle because I had a great time before and after the contest in Szczecin.I saw a city wich I have never been to before,spent good quilty time with Mrs.Mołdysz who isn't exactly who she is during lessons.And of course sadly we had to say goodbye to Ewa who was probably one of the most fun and optimistic people I have ever met.It's worth going to contests,you don't necesarilly have to win to have a great time.The adventure and experience is something that is worth a lot more than prizes.

 

piątek, 7 października 2016

V.HUGO - THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE-DAME


 Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania notre dame de paris drawing

"Oh, why am I not of stone, like you?

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania the hunchback of notre dame bookND-de-Paris-L4-Ch1-LesBonnesAmes.png
 
It is important to know how to see the difference between Man and Monster.
We are not black and white. Beauty clothed in white can have dust in its stomach or venom in its mouth. A monstrous body may hide itself behind veil of flowers.
This time Hugo leads us to medieval Paris with its gothic architecture. An ugly, young man Quasimodo lives lonely in the Notre-Dame Catherdal, having only Claude Frollo, the cathedral's archdeacon who adopted him 20 years earlier. 

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania the hunchback of notre dame book

Suddenly they both fall in love with a young, beautiful Gypsy, Esmeralda. Esmeralda doesn't share their feelings - she's in love with Phoebus de Chateaupers, the Captain of the King's Archers, but he treats her like an object.
Esmeralda is considered to be a witch, and hides in the cathedral. Quasimodo loves her innocently and spiritually, but Frollo starts getting mad from lust, that educated, soulful man is dragged down by a low need - this affects his morality and kindles an internal war within his mind.
There happen a lot, we meet plenty of mysterious characters and all this ends with purely dramatic epilogue. Everything in the dark, gothic atmosphere. 
 Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania the hunchback of notre dame book
 "When they tried to detatch this skeleton from the one it embraced, it crumbled to dust."
Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania notre dame de paris drawing

piątek, 1 kwietnia 2016

A TALE OF A MAN WHO BECAME AN ANGEL...

“There is one spectacle grander than the sea, that is the sky; there is one spectacle grander than the sky, that is the interior of the soul.”  

    Some books accomplish their plenitude of excellence and mysticism by exemplifying the most hateful and vilest beings ever met. How could an evil man become a saint one? The bad man, while experiencing another man's kindness, feel astounded by finding out that there is some goodness in this world. Then he sees his own moral misery, and is going to heal his soul.

     The eternal war between good and evil, the great spirit of people - this is the quintessence of Victor Hugo. This respectable man's writings, their meditative, melancholic character gave me a lucent vision of the world. If you don't understand, visit the Luxembourg Garden with Marius, and the trees will grow leafier for you, and the birds will sing more beautiful. See how Mr. Gillenormand missed his grandson, and you will feel blessed about the amount of love between them.

 

​     There is nothing black and white in "Les Misérables". Some pages are gloomy and cold, another  are true pearls of grandeur, another - historical, philosophical and social essays. And the thing of magnificent, splendid Paris with its abstruse streets, tremendous buildings and turbulent Seine! Although Hugo doesn't show his liking for describing monumental buildings (like he does in "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame"), he mentions some of them (Notre-Dame Cathedral, Palais de Justice) so during reading I felt their presence nearby and enjoyed it.

    "Les Misérables" is a book about searching for humanity and a perfect society idea, but you can obtain a lot more from it. The novel, like raging sea, is hard to cross, and very, very deep. It is a book-human, it lives its own life. An immortal masterpiece worth hours of contemplation. MASTERPIECE.

“The future has several names. For the weak, it is impossible; for the fainthearted, it is unknown; but for the valiant, it is ideal.”  
          

poniedziałek, 21 marca 2016

Grimes new album called Art Angels

Don’t you know who is Grimes?

 She is a really talented young painter and musician from Canada. Her real name is Claire Boucher, she has released three albums so far. 
With every each album she has created also a series of paintings. Her artistic creation is eccentric and really unusual in a good way
I’ve chosen to put her in this part of our blog because she is more likely to be recognized as an artist than a singer, so her creation rather belongs to Art Heart than music. That’s only for the explanation of the choice. 
Of course , I will show you some of her paintings and music, you can find it below. Her new album came out October 2015 and it is available in music stores either vinyl or  CD format.
video
 
Melanie

piątek, 27 listopada 2015

Introduction to another dimension

  This is not an advertisement. It is the speech of man with unhumanoid friends - books. Yes, those dusty little creatures are like dogs, you know. They are equally reliable and understanding. But a book doesn't need a walk, does it?
  The man speaking here has got some experience. Maybe not much, but quite enough to know this: reading books is like lucid dream with no logical frames. Time, reality, human mind and one's personal senses are astonishingly shape-shifting, growing into multi-dimensional journey to everywhere and nowhere. 
  Sounds bizarre? Crazy? Or maybe encouraging?
  Sure. Thinking through that man's words is enough to be curious. He has already told you about the thing of travelling, but forgot to give you benefits, that clumsy guy he is. Probably he is just overwhelmed by the multiple number of reading advantages. Here are some:
- your vocabulary becomes vast
- you start thinking more analytical and logical
- you develop your memory
- you improve your concentration
- your talking and writing become a thing of epic or even poetry
- you reduct stress
- you expanse your knowledge
- you escape the sadness, routine and boredom
- you notice the increase of imagination, creativity and sensitivity
  What is more wonderful, you probably saw the comparison between 90's and today, when now a standard cell phone is the compilation of many other gadgets, such as calculator, camera, computer, MP3 player etc. I highly doubt that every book is an underrated compilation of some peculiar, fictional inventions, for example a time machine, a transporter. As you see, those special but unreal masterpieces are certainly available for us. Come to think of it.
  Now, to conclude the speech, I want to gift you with these inspiring quotes:
-"Once you learn to read you will be forever free." - Frederick Douglass
-"Books are a uniquely portable magic." - Stephen King
-"There is no friend as loyal as a book." - Ernest Hemingway
-"A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one." - George R.R. Martin
-"We read to know we're not alone." - William Nicholson

czwartek, 26 listopada 2015

Liar: The pope of arts. Jakub Ćwiek

The newest part in the series about the nordic god of lies Loki. This time our main character has to assail the new enemy. Desiderius Crane, self-proclaimed god of pop culture may became one of the most dangerous opponents. Will Loki defeat such almighty antagonist with powers that are possibly greater than his? I hope you'll check it by yourself.
As a fan of Loki's adventures I can promise that you won't get bored. Full of action fable, smart writing style with many humoristic extracts make this book interesting reading. This story beyond the major thread shows also a process of    becoming a god by the example of Marcus Lester, the popular TV serial actor. Once again we can see the author's great facility for short stories and many connections to other culture's works. If you want to understand whole this book I advise you to read the first and second part of this series, because it makes a better view on action and behavior of characters.
This book really appeals to me and I believe that you'll enjoy it like I do.

Sherlock Holmes.Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


" A Study in Scarlet " is a detective mystery novel written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This is the first book about adventures of the Word's Greatest Detective and his friend and chronicler. In " A Study in Scarlet " the author introduces the characters of " consulting detective " Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson . We can see how they meet and how they become the best friends. The book is divided into two parts. In the first one protagonists are investigating two unusual murder cases in London. Due to Holmes's incredible abilities the mystery is hurriedly solved. In the other part of the book the story goes back a couple of years. We get to know the life story of the murderer and the motive of his criminal acts. " A Study in Scarlet " is a fascinating and engaging story which is really effortless to read. It's a really unputdownable book , it has to be read at one sitting. I think everybody should read that story because of a geninue mystery , it is full of suprising questions which are begging for answers and because of great friendship between two completely different men. In my opinion everybody should know the character of Sherlock Holmes because it wasn't without a reason he bacame the best known character in literature. In this book you will find everything that a story needs to be remembered : amazing main characters, a lot of action , mysteries and amusing and emotional moments. I don't consider " A Study in Scarlet " as the best of Holmes stories but it deserves special attention because of its role in introducing of the main characters. This is the book which I can with a good conscience recommend to everyone.







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