Exchange Booklet May 18

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This booklet belongs to: ……………..….………… My exchange partner is: ……………………………

 IES BLAS INFANTE Platero Pedro de Bares, 31 A. 14007 Córdoba. SPAIN  ZÁKLADNÍ ŠKOLA PACOV. Nám. Svobody 321. 395 01 Pacov. CZECH REPUBLIC  FLIGHTS-VUELOS Flight Prague-Málaga FR 5007 Ryanair 09:40-13:00 Flight Málaga-Prague FR 5006 Ryanair 6:00-9:15   TELEPHONE NUMBERS Emergencies:112 - Ambulance and hospital emergencies: 061 - Fire Brigade: 080 - Local Police: 092 - National Police: 091 - IES Blas Infante: 003495XXXXXX - Spanish Teacher Coordinator, Inmaculada Gañán: 0034 XXXXXXXXX


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Group 17-18

Exchange partners Erasmus+ “Smart Wellness” May 18 Visit KA219 Strategic Partnerships 2017-1-ES01-KA219-038402_1 SPANISH PARTICPANTS CZECH PARTICIPANTS G1


1. A, David


2. P, Jaime


3. A, Marta


4. R, Rocío


5. P, Rafael


6. D, Helena


7. F, Virginia


8. R, Manuel


9. S, Sergio


10. G, Nerea


11. P, Clara


1. C, Clara


2. F, Francisco


3. L, Marta


4. L Ismael


5. P, María


6. R, Lidia


7. R, Alberto


8. S, Irene

2ºD 2ºE


Vít D


Jan R


Lenka B


Veronika M


Ondřej P


Zuzana V


Pavlína S


Sára Ř


Jakub H

10. Kateřina J

11. Eliška K


12. Jolana C

13. Jan M

14. Adela G

15. Marek S

16. Veronika L

17. Martina P

18. Dominik S

19. Hana S

9. S, Hugo

20. Tereza H

10. B, Miguel

21. Matéj Z


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RULES OF BEHAVIOUR AND TIPS IN YOUR EXCHANGE FOR SPANISH AND CZECH PARTICIPANTS - Obey the teachers’ instructions, cooperate and behave. Don’t take

unnecessary risks. - Don’t leave the group without permission.  Don’t speak loudly anywhere. - Use the paper baskets. Don’t throw litter.  At museums: don’t take pictures if not allowed, don’t use the flash if prohibited, don’t touch anything, don’t paint on the walls, don’t run, don’t use your mobile, don’t chew gum, keep next to your teachers, listen to your guide, fill in the activities in the exchange booklet and do the challenges as you are told.  Look up and fill in your exchange notebook. Ask for help to your host family. It will favour communication. Don’t forget your booklet and a pen in any activity (except for the Alhambra). Try to speak English and try to learn some Spanish words at home with your Spanish family. Take down the words you come through in your notebook so you can revise and learn them. Use the dictionary and ask what you don’t know. Be patient if you don’t understand what they tell you or you don’t manage to convey what you want. You should be ready to certain misunderstandings and frustrations. Learning a language is not an easy task! We should face the exchange experience with an open mind and ready to make new friends. The student should be self-confident and be able to face difficulties.

 Learn as much as you can about the country and city you are visiting. Be ready to talk about your own country and town.  Limit the time you spend on the phone or the computer with your family and friends from England. It will distract you from other activities


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and, at the same time, it will make more difficult to integrate in the new culture. Please, when you have a problem, never call your parents first. Ask your host family for help and then to your teachers if needed. They will contact your parents if they think they should. It is not a good idea to worry your parents if we can avoid it because they cannot do anything from the distance.

Tuesday, 15th May 09:40-13:00 Flight PragueMálaga FR 5007 Ryanair 14:30- 18:30 MÁLAGA VISIT Gibralfaro, Bullring, Dark Door Gardens, Main Hall, The Surprises Palm Grove, Pier One, Artsenal, Pompidou Centre and Malagueta Beach. (Inma and Joseph) 21:30 Arrival in Córdoba Málaga 13:00 Commentaries about the flight (perfect) (good) (bad) ________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________ 14:30-15:00 GIBRALFARO This Castle, built in the 14th Century to house troops and protect the Alcazaba, is today one of the most visited monuments in Málaga. From its walls, you can get spectacular views of the city. It was named after a lighthouse at its peak (Jabal-Faruk, the light mountain). Although it was used by the Phoenicians and Romans, in 1340 the Nasrid King Yusuf I made the place into a fortress.


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During the reconquest, it was besieged by the Catholic Monarchs in the summer of 1487 and Ferdinand the Catholic made it his temporary residence after the victory. In addition, he designated the castle as a symbol on the coat of arms of the city. It was considered the most impregnable fortress on the Iberian Peninsula for a time. It has two lines of walls and eight towers. The outer wall meets the coracha, zigzagging walls arranged to link to the Alcazaba Castle. Inside you can walk around the whole perimeter of the fortress. The Castle is divided into two parts. The upper part is called the main courtyard and houses the Interpretation Centre where you can discover the history of the castle through the lives of its inhabitants. You will find the Main Tower (Torre Mayor), 17 metres high, the Phoenician well and the baths in this section. The Airón well was dug in solid rock to a depth of 40 meters. The lower part, or courtyard, held the troop barracks and stables. The watchtower or White Tower (Torre Blanca), facing the North East, is one of the most visible ones and inside you will find a water tank, auxiliary buildings and storerooms. 15:30-18:30 Dark Door Gardens. We go down Gibralfaro Mount through these gardens until we reach the Main Hall. Then, we cross the street into Pier One, Pompidou Centre and Malagueta Beach. MUELLE UNO OR PIER ONE: This new (relatively) waterfront shopping centre is probably one of people’s favourite stops. With spectacular modern architecture and a fantastic selection of shops and restaurants. Málaga’s newest attraction is ideally split into 3 different areas: Services and accessories, fashion and restaurants. How did you feel before meeting your Spanish family, nervous/ happy/ frightened? ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ What did you have for dinner? Did you enjoy it? ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Comment your first day in Spain. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________


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16th May, Wednesday 08:30-09:00 School Welcome and breakfast. Library. (24 Cz+ 24 Sp: 48 people) 9:10-15:00 ALCÁZAR AND JEWISH QUARTER (Spanish partners attend. Teachers: Inma, Antonio and Joseph) 9:10 Coach from Jijonenca to Hesperia Hotel 10:00-12:00 Local Government welcome. Alcázar visit 12:00-13:45 Caliph Baths. Jewish Quarter: (Maimónides, Zouk, Flores, Hoguera and Pañuelo Streets) 13:45-14:15 Free time around Mosque. Meeting point Orange Tree Patio. 14:30 Coach from Hesperia Hotel to Blas Infante 15:00 Blas Infante. Lunch and rest of day with families GROUP 1 (4º CD+ partners+ Antonio+ Joseph+ Věra) Towers first GROUP 2 (3ºC+Irene, Hugo, Miguel+ partners+ Inma+ Jaromír+ Šárka) Gardens first 1.-(Group 1: David A. / Group 2: Clara C) OUTSIDE. Lion Tower. We are in front of the Alcázar of the Christian Kings. This is a castle and a palace where lots of archaeological remains -Roman, Visigoth and Arab- have been found, which show the different cultures once established in Córdoba.


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It was built by King Alphonso XI in the 14th century. The Alcázar’s most outstanding features are its magnificent gardens, the Roman mosaics and the royal baths. We are in front of the “Lion Tower”. This is the main entrance to the monument. Now we are going to be welcomed by a City Councillor in the Mosaics Hall. Then we are going to visit the monument. 2.- (David A) MOSAICS HALL. Thanks very much to our Main Hall for welcoming our Czech partner school working with us in our Erasmus+ “Smart Wellness” project.

We are in the Mosaics Hall. This is a great hall full of history. It housed the Court of the Inquisition from the XVth century. The Inquisition punished non-Catholics. Nowadays it is used to celebrate civil weddings. The mosaics shown here are from the 2nd and 3rd centuries discovered in the Corredera Square. (Stop now for the welcome speeches from local government and two schools representatives.)

3.- ROMAN SARCOPHAGUS. (Group 1: Jaime/ Group 2: Marta L) Roman 3rd century sarcophagus. It shows a couple ready to go across the half open After Life doors. The doors are decorated with lions and rams heads, guardians of the graves. The couple is accompanied by a philosopher and a woman pedagogue. There is a dove on the left-hand corner, related to the journey to After Life. There are winged horses, Pegasus on panthers on both sides of the sarcophagus, related to Baco. The work must have been brought from Rome and the faces finished in Córdoba. INNER CORRIDOR. Group 1 goes to the Castle Towers. Group 2 goes to the Gardens. 4.-TOWERS. (Group 1: Jaime/ Group 2: Marta L) The castle is almost a perfect square of two floors with a tower in each corner. The towers are connected by walkways with battlements. 5.-LION TOWER. (Group 1: Marta A/ Group 2: Fran F)


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This is the “Lion Tower” from the top. The name derives from one of the gargoyles which can be seen on the upper floor. It’s the oldest tower. What shape is the tower? How many floors does it have? This is inside the Lion Tower on the first floor. Have a look at the crossed vault. Have a look at the loop holes. What were they used for? They were used for looking through and for firing weapons. Go to the upper terrace and have a look at the sights including the Royal Mews. 6.- HOMAGE TOWER. (Group 1: Marta A/ Group 2: Fran F) (From the outside). This is the Homage Tower and the main tower. Has it got a round, octagonal or square shape? This is where the occupants swore oaths to protect the fortress. On top there is a smaller tower with a covered balcony, where the Inquisition carried out its public executions. Now we are going to enter the tower. Take a picture performing the soldiers’ oaths to protect the fortress. 7.- THE INQUISITION TOWER. (Group 1: Rafa P/ Group 2: Ismael) That is the Inquisition Tower. Look at the tower shape. a) Is it octagonal with a square topping? b) Is it round with an octagonal topping? c) Is it square with a round topping? This tower was used to keep the Inquisition documents. 8.- ROYAL BATHS. (Group 1: Rafa P/ Group 2: Ismael) These are the Royal Baths, made by the Christian King but from Caliph style. This first room is the changing room. The next three rooms are the Cold Room, the Warm Room and the Hot Room. There are skylights in the shape of stars which provide light and ventilation. 9.- MOORISH PATIO. (Group 1: Rocío R/ Group 2: Lidia) This is the Moorish Patio. Fue usado como patio de prisión. It was used as a prison courtyard.


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10.- OLD GARDENS. (Group 1: Rocío R/ Group 2: Lidia) Following the Arab tradition, palm trees, cypresses, orange trees and lemon trees mix with fountains and pools to create this unique atmosphere. Water supply. The water was brought in by an aqueduct from the Sierra Morena. The great Albolafia waterwheel in the River Guadalquivir nearby helped with the supply. Queen Elizabeth the Catholic forbid use of the waterwheel because the noise kept her awake. Get closer and try to see the waterwheel. 11.- GARDENS PONDS. (Group 1: Helena D/ Group 2: María P) Fortified by the Romans due to its strategic location at the banks of the Guadalquivir River. During the Arab settlement, the Alcázar formed part of the Caliphal Palace. It was turned into a royal residence after the Christian Conquest of the city in 1236 by Ferdinand the IIIrd. With Alphonso the XIth, the Avenging, it acquired its present castle like appearance. 12.- NEXT TO CATHOLIC KINGS. (Group 1: Helena D/ Group 2: María P) The Christian monarchs, Isabel and Fernando lived here for eight years while overseeing the Reconquest of Granada in 1492. Then it became the Court of the Inquisition. Between 1822 and 1931 it was used as a prison. Finally, in 1955 the Alcázar and its gardens were transferred to the Town Council of Cordoba. Here you can see a reproduction of the meeting of Isabel and Fernando, the Catholic Monarchs, and Christopher Columbus before the discovery of America. 13.- THE NEWEST PONDS. (Group 1: Virginia/ Group 2: Alberto) These large ponds were added in the 19th century. This monument is declared as a part of World Heritage. About 12:00 Rest on the benches in front of the Alcázar and have a sandwich.


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14.- CALIPH BATHS. (Group 1: Virginia/ Group 2: Alberto) They were built in the 10th century. The building was a thermal complex or HispanoMuslim “hamman”. The eastern part has the classic Caliphal baths structure with a portico, dressing room, cold room, warm room. The western area was built from the XIth century to the XIIth century during the Almoravid and Almohad dysnasties. Now let’s go inside to visit and watch a video.

15.- HANDS MONUMENT. (Group 1: Manuel R./ Group 2: Irene) This is the monument to Princess Wallada al-Mustakfi and Ibn Zaydun, known in the city as “The Hands Monument”. Wallada and Ibn Zaydun were two poets from the 11th century who shared a passionate love story. Wallada was the most famous female poet in Al Andalus, daughter of one of the last Caliphs. She had a literary hall in Córdoba where she educated girls. One poem from each of the lovers is engraved on the monument in both Spanish and Arabic. The hands represented in the monument do not meet. These lovers had a very difficult relationship. THE JEWISH QUARTER. Calle Tomás Conde, Plaza de las Bulas, Calle Judíos, Plaza Tiberiades, Monumento a Maimónides, Zoco, Sinagoga, Calle Averroes, Capilla Mudéjar de San Bartolomé, Plaza del Cardenal Salazar, Calle La Hoguera, Calleja de las Flores. Calleja del Pañuelo. Looking to Jews Street. 16.- JEWISH QUARTER. (In Las Bulas Square) (Group 1: Manuel R./ Group 2: Irene) The Jewish Quarter is where Jews have lived in Córdoba since Roman times. It is the historic centre of the city and it is a World Heritage site since 1994. The Jewish Quarter has a very irregular design, with narrow streets and small squares, surrounded by whitewashed houses with a central patio. Why do you think streets are so narrow here? Narrow streets protect from the heat and are easier to defend.


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17.- MAIMÓNIDES. (Group 1: Sergio/ Group 2: Hugo) Now we are at Jews Street…and this small square is Tiberiades Square, where we can find the statue of Maimónides. Moses Maimonides (1135-1204) was one of the most important scientists of the Middle Ages. He was born in Córdoba, the capital of Muslim Spain, but he had to leave his native land for being a Jew when the radical Muslim Almohads arrived in Spain. He was a doctor and a philosopher for the rich and the poor. He became Saladin’s doctor, Egypt’s sultan. He wrote in Arabic and in Arabic with Hebrew characters. His legacy spread to European Medieval universities. Now we are going to the souk. 18.- TOWN SOUK. (Group 1: Sergio/ Group 2: Hugo) Souk means market in Arabic. Here we can find a market of Cordobesian Handcrafts created in the 50’s. This is a two-floor Mudejar style building with a magnificent arcaded patio. Here we can find leather artisans, potters and Cordobesian filigree silversmiths. The typical leather handicraft is called cordobán and guadamecí and has its origin in the 8th century with the arrival of Muslims to the city. Scan the QR code to see more crafts. 19.- SYNAGOGUE. (Group 1: Clara P) (closed for restauration works) This building is the synagogue, a place of worship for Jews. This is the only existing synagogue in Andalusia and one of the three remaining in Spain from the 14th century. It was built in Mudéjar style. Mudéjares were the Arabs who remained in Spain after the Reconquest. 20.- SAINT BARTHOLOMEW MUDEJAR CHAPEL. It was made, as the synagogue, by the Muslim artisans who remained in the city after the Christian Reconquest. This


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art is the result of the coexistence of Christian, Muslim and Jewish cultures in medieval Córdoba. This chapel is part of the building of today’s College of Arts, which we are going to pass by now. 21.- ALLEY OF THE BONFIRE. (Group 1: Nerea/ Group 2: Miguel) This winding alleyway dating from Moslem times links the streets of Deanes and Céspedes. Half-way along is the Averroes Islamic University, where students follow courses in Arabic language, Islamic Sciences and Andalusi (Arabic-Andalusian) culture.

22.- FLOWERS ALLEY. (Group 1: Nerea/ Group 2: Miguel) Now we are in

Flowers Alley. This is the most visited street by tourists. From this perspective, we can see a nice octagonal fountain adorned with a Roman capital. Here you can usually listen to street musicians playing the Spanish guitar. If we look back, we can see the cathedral’s bell tower. In this street we can visit one of the most famous Cordobesian leather workshops called, as we said before, cordobanes and guadamecíes. Cordobanes and guadamecíes are embossed leather work. Guadamecíes are painted in colours. 23.- HANDKERCHIEF STREET. (Group 1: Clara P/ Group 2: Clara C) This is the Handkerchief Street, which is a blind alley and the narrowest street in Córdoba. The narrowest part only stretches the length of a man’s hankerchief, about 50 centimetres. The alley ends in a small square with a small fountain.


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WORKSHEET. Read the text about the visit on Wednesday and circle the right answer. Do it together with your Spanish partner. 1. The Alcázar of the Christian Kings was built by (…) in the XIVth century. Queen Elizabeth and King Alphonse XI King Ferdinand III Al-Manzur King Ferdinad 2. The name Lion Tower comes from … a prisoner a legend a king a gargoyle 3. The small raised tower with a covered balcony in the Homage Tower was used … for swearing oaths for public executions to keep documents to sightsee 4. We can enjoy here this extraordinary (…) 3rd century sarcophagus, a beautiful work of great quality. Visigoth Arab Greek Roman 5. The mosaics in the Mosaics Hall are from (…) times. Visigoth Arab Greek Roman 6. There are (...) in the shape of stars which provide light and ventilation. lamps windows skylights arches 7. The water was brought in from (...). an aqueduct and a a pipe and an a pipe and a pool a pool and a waterwheel aqueduct waterwheel 8. The Christian monarchs, Isabel and Fernando lived here for (...) years to lead Granada Reconquest until 1492. 8 18 7 17 9. Now the Alcázar has been included within the area the (...) declared World Heritage in 1994.


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United Nations

Main Hall


European Parliament

10. This is the monument to (...) Wallada al-Mustakfi and Ibn Zaydun. Queen Slave Governor Princess 11. Wallada’s poem is about (...) and Ibn Zaydun’s about the wish to meet. The hands represented in the monument never meet. These lovers had a very difficult relationship. music love hope jealousy 12. The Caliphal Baths were built in the (...). 13th century by the 11th century by the 7th century by the 3rd century by Christians Arabs Visigoths the Romans 13. Maimónides was a doctor and a philosopher (…) born in Córdoba in the XIIth century. Christian Jew Buddhist Muslim 14. What kind of crafts CANNOT be found in the souk of Córdoba? cordobanes filigree Silk pottery 15. Mudéjares were the (…) who remained in Spain after the Reconquest of the Catholic Kings. Christians Jews Buddhists Muslims 16. In the Alley of the Bonfire we can find the Averroes (…) University. Jewish Islamic Buddist 17. From the Flowers Street we can see the tower of the (…). mosque sinagogue Cathedral 18. The Handkerchief Street is called like this due to (…) The width of its The height of its The width of its widest part. widest part. narrowest part.

Christian Inquisition of the Alcázar The height of its highest part.

What did you have at lunch time? Did you like it? ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ What did you do the rest of the day? ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________


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What did you have for dinner? Did you like it?    ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Comments about your day:    ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________

17th May, Thursday 08:30- Project activities 8:30-9:45 Introducing Czech school and activities. Useful language. Assembly Hall. (24 Cz+ Spanish partners 3º ESO C) 9:45-10:00 Break (Cz students + 2º and 3º ESO Sp partners= 21+10 people)


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Mosque visit (24 Cz+ Joseph, Marta A., Inma) 10:00 Coach from Jijonenca to Hesperia Hotel 10:45-13:45 Mosque Cathedral Treasure Hunt including Belfry Tower 14:30 Coach to school from Hesperia Hotel 15:00 Blas Infante. Lunch and afternoon in families





INTRODUCTION (In the Orange Tree Patio with map) We are going to help you know our historical city. You know, Córdoba is a World Heritage Site. We are now in the Orange Tree Patio (signal it in the map), that leads to a very special religious building because it is a Muslim mosque and a Christian cathedral. The Arabs were in Spain for eight centuries. The building today is the result of several expansions of the Muslim mosque started in the 8th century and the Christian cathedral, which was erected mainly in the 16th century in the central part of the mosque. Have a look at the timeline to identify the Christian and Muslim building periods. It is full of great Arab and Christian treasures waiting to be found. Underline Christian or Muslim every time you arrive at one of the hunting points of interest. Follow our treasure hunt to find things not everybody knows. We will help you to find them. But before, write the cardinal points in your map to guide you in your search.


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HINTS FOR YOUR TREASURES Write the letter of the treasure next to the picture where you found them. 1.- SAINT CATHERINE GATE. Christian or Muslim? We have to find a shield which represents the old Muslim tower built by Abd al-Rahman III. Thanks to this relief we know how the original tower or minaret was. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: Saint Catherine Gate was built in the XVIth century. The Holy Week processions which go into the cathedral leave through here. Pay attention to the two free standing columns from Muslim origin. Why do you think they were placed here in the XIVth century? To decorate the gate. To tie up the canons’ (bishop’s counsellors) horses. To tie the Muslims’ camels. To signal the mosque’s main entrance. One of the columns had to be replaced in 2006 when a refuse lorry crashed into it. Scan the code for more information. 2.- SAINT SEBASTIAN’S GATE. Christian or Muslim? These are the western walls. Find a vegetal decorative shape. Muslims cannot represent people or animals. If the vegetal decoration is made of plaster, it is called “ataurique” and we can see it in the arch voussoirs, which are all different. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: San Sebastian’s Gate was the first gate to be built in 786 AD. It used to be an entrance to the Mosque, but now it is just a decoration. Look for the Arabic inscriptions, ¿What do you think it says?  Only men can use this door to enter the mosque.  Abd al-Rahman I built this part of the Mosque.  This Mosque was finished in 855 AD.  The horse-shoe arch on top is made up of alternating voussoirs of red brick and white Arabesque or vegetal decoration.


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3.- THE PARDON GATE. Christian or Muslim? This is the Mosque-Cathedral main gate, called “Pardon Gate”. Look for a very useful element but beautifully decorated. It is the doorknocker of one of the wooden doors covered in bronze and wonderfully decorated. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: The Pardon Gate was built in the 14th century in Mudéjar style. Who were “Mudéjares”? 1. Muslims who remained in Spain after the Reconquest. 2. Christians who lives in the Muslim kingdom of Al-Andalus. 3. Muslims who converted to Christianity after the Reconquest. 4.- ORANGE TREES PATIO FOUNTAIN. Christian or Muslim? You already know this is the Orange-tree patio. This is Saint Mary’s Fountain from the XVIII century. Look for the vegetal treasure, almost millenary, that gives its name to one of the fountain spouts. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: Guess the legend about this spout. Traditionally Christian girls came here to drink to: a) Get pregnant. b) Get a husband. c) Get relief from period pain. It is also here where the fountains for Muslims to perform the ablutions could be found. Ablutions are the act of cleansing before entering a holy place. Pay attention to the trees in the patio. There are many. Mosque patios don’t usually have trees. Orange trees were planted after the Christian conquest. Before there were olive and palm trees. 5.- BELFRY TOWER. Christian or Muslim? Within this tower today are the remains of the old minaret, built by Abd al-Rahman III. A minaret is the tower of a mosque. Look for the place where the first minaret, built for the primitive MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: The building of the present tower began in the XVI century by Hernán Ruiz III.


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Have a look at the statue that crowns the tower. Who do you think it is?  Saint Raphael. b) The Virgin Mary. c) An angel. Saint Raphael is the angel guardian of Córdoba. It is said that he saved the city from the plague in the XVIth century. Many people in Córdoba are called Rafael. We can also see many statues of this saint all throughout the city. 6.- AB-AL RAHMAN I’S MOSQUE. Christian or Muslim? Now we are inside the Mosque-cathedral. This is the oldest part of the Mosque. Abd alRahman I built it in 785 over a Christian basilica, making use of the majority of its materials. Look for a Visigothic capital with a human representation. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: Count the number of naves or aisles of this section up to where the floor rises to another part of the mosque. How many are there: 8, 7, 6? Now let focus on the arches. There are 11 rows of double arches, horse shoe arches below and semicircular at the top. It provides a sensation of height and delicacy. Pay attention now to each piece of the arch, they are the voussoirs, alternating yellow stone and red brick. This section is different to the rest by its different Roman and Visigothic columns and capitals. Admire the famous “forest of columns”. Did you know that the old Visigothic basilica of Saint Vicent was shared by Christians and Muslims since Arabs arrived in Córdoba in the VIII century? Tick the correct answer:  Muslims came here to pray on Saturday.  Muslims came here to pray on Friday.  Christians came here for mass on Sunday. This shared used of the temple is a symbol of the religious tolerance and coexistence among races, believes and different cultures Córdoba boasts of. Stroll around this place. Watch the capitals. Observe the differences among them. When you arrive at the glass floor, look at the floor. This is a Visigoth mosaic from the VIth century.


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7.- AB-AL RAHMAN II’S MOSQUE. Christian or Muslim? We are now in the first expansion of the mosque made by Ab-al Rahman II in the IXth because the other became small very soon. Look for a capital with Islamic cymatia (piece in the shape of a trapezium on top of a capital). MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: Columns don’t have a base in this section (look closer and compare with the primitive mosque) and they have Islamic capitals and cymatia. But here we still find Roman and Visigothic elements. Count the number of naves in this part built towards the south, towards the Guadalquivir River, there are: 9, 10 or 11? What colours are the columns here?: black, bluish, reddish, white. Abderramán II promoted science, art, agriculture and industry. He attracted to Córdoba the most distinguished wise men at that time. 8.- ALHAMKAM II’S MOSQUE. Christian or Muslim? (Next to the mihrab). We are now in Alhakam II’s mosque (we mark this section with the map or with our hands) Alhakam II made the best expansion of the mosque. Look for a treasure in the mihrab or prayer niche. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: He added twelve further rows of columns that end with a new Qibla and the Mihrab. The Qibla is the wall facing Mecca. The Mihrah is in the centre of the Qibla. This Mihrab, unlike other mosques, does not have southeast orientation, towards Mecca. Why is the Mihrab misplaced?  By a calculation mistake.  For the Caliph to proclaim his independence from Damasco.  To avoid the demolition of buildings in the right direction. The Koran was kept in the Mihrab. In front of it there is a rich Byzantine mosaic with inscriptions to praise the Caliph.


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This is the maqsura, or hall preceding the mihrab. It has a spectacular octagonal dome also covered with Byzantine mosaics. 9.- AL-MANSUR’S MOSQUE. Christian or Muslim? We are now in Almansur’s expansion. This was the largest expansion intended to show his power. Look for part of an animal which carried materials for the construction of the mosque. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: Almansur, Alhakam II’s son’s tutor and military man, named himself a Caliph and created a dictatorship. This section is the poorest in materials, as the alternation of red brick and white stone voussoirs which is only chromatic and not of materials. With Al-Manzur the mosque became the biggest one of the Islam, with a capacity for twenty-five thousand people. 10.- CATHEDRAL. Christian or Muslim? After the Christian Reconquest in 1236, Saint Ferdinand renamed the Mosque as a Christian temple. The architecture of the mosque was adapted to serve the Christian worship. Look for an animal treasure representing Saint Luke. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: This is the cathedral. It was built just in the middle of the old mosque. It is a combination of all the styles of the 16th and 17th centuries. It has a central nave and a crossway in the shape of a Latin Cross. The arches are Gothic and the cupola from Mathew Eagle Mark Man Renaissance style. Luke Lion The animals under the pulpits are the symbols of the four John Bull evangelists. Match the symbols to each evangelist: 11.- THE CATHEDRAL CHOIR. Christian or Muslim? This Baroque choir is the most important part of the Cathedral. Look for a medallion with Jesus Christ with the cross on his back in a top stall. MORE ABOUT THIS PLACE: Pedro Duque Cornejo carved the magnificent mahogany choir stalls. The decoration of the stalls represents scenes from the Old and New Testaments.


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12.- CATHEDRAL TREASURY. Christian or Muslim? This is the cathedral treasure. There are three rooms with pieces from the 15th and 16th centuries from local and Italian workshops. This first room holds the most spectacular piece of the treasury, the processional monstrance used during Corpus Christi by Enrique de Arfe. In this second room, have a look at this magnificent Christ made of ivory. Now we are in the third room, find the treasure. This is the detail of an important saint for the city.Haga clic o pulse aquí para escribir texto. 13.- SAGRARIO CHURCH. Christian or Muslim? This is the Sagrario Parish Church, with murals by the Italian artist Cesare Arbais, from Michelangelo’s school (16th century Renaissance). Now find a detail of a painted arch. 14.- SLAVE’S COLUMN. Christian or Muslim? Look for the marks that a Christian slave who built the mosque made on a column while he was tied to it.

15.- HUGE SAINT CHRISTOPHER. SAN CRISTOBALÓN. Christian or Muslim? Saint Christopher is the patron of travellers and drivers. Cordobesian legend says there is a small virgin between the stick and his leg that is difficult to see unless you are under God’s grace and you have prayed a Lod’s Prayer. If you see her, ask for three secret wishes and one of them will be accomplished. Comments about the visit:  _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________


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What did you have at lunch time? Did you like it? ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ What did you do the rest of the day? ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ What did you have for dinner? Did you like it?    ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Comments about your day:    ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________


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18th May, Friday 8:30 to 15:00 SCHOOL PROJECT ACTIVITIES

8:30-10:30 RESTAURANTS APP. ENTERING DATA IN "SMART WELLNESS" APP Half Cz students with Sp from 4ºESO D classroom with laptops from Computers’ room. Antonio Ruiz Murcia is the teacher in charge. 4ºD students: Virginia F, Clara P, David A, Manuel R, Rafael P, Jaime P, Sergio S, Ana C, Marcos C, Raúl A, Javier C, Jennifer R, Inmaculada H, Vera L, Adrián T. (It is needed to have a gmail account for each student) The documents you need to work with are in a Drive shared folder: The Spanish students have already been invited to use it. Aims:  We learn to make modifications in the SW App to adapt it to the context of "Zakladni Skola Pacov" school (Czech Republic).  From the M10 and M100 models of data collection, we learn to enter the corresponding information in SW App's data table.  We learn to create new banners for the App using a template and online image editor  We share, using Google Drive, the new modified project so that it can be used by the other participants in charge of developing the App. The activities proposed below will be carried out by the Czech students with the collaboration of the Spanish students. To test the correct functioning of the modifications made we will use some tablets with Android system installed. Activity 1: Importation of SW project into the App Inventor platform Using the email account, we log in into App Inventor2 platform. We import SW2_6.aia project that will be previously downloaded from Google Classroom. Activity 2: We change the name of two categories Helping us of "How to change the names of categories" document, we will change


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the name of two categories, for example, "Halal" for "Pizzerias" and "Kosher" for "Typical Czech". We test using MIT AI2 Companion (tablet) Activity 3: Change subtitle on the main screen With the help of the document "How to change the subtitle", we will change "Restaurants in Cรณrdoba" for "Restaurants in Pacov" (in all three languages) We test using MIT AI2 Companion (tablet) Activity 4: Change background image on main screen With the help of the document "How to change the background image" we replace the image "Mezq_r.jpg" with "Pacov.jpg" We test using MIT AI2 Companion (tablet). Activity 5: Change App imagen icon We change "smartwell.jpg" image icon for "logo_sw_redondo.png". Activity 6: Handling M10 and M100 documents It explains how data collection is done from models 10 and 100. These documents must be accompanied by a photograph of the facade that will be used to compose the restaurant's banner. Activity 7: Change image's size Using the image editor online we modify the image size "The Choto.jog" to 72x58 pixels. We save the file on our computer with the name "El Choto_red.jpg" Activity 8: We create a banner From the template "banner.psd" and the image "The Choto_red.jpg" obtained in the previous activity, we will create the corresponding banner which we will name with "R2.jpg". We save the file on our computer. Activity 9: Enter information about a restaurant in the App


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We upload the file "R2.jpg" to SW App (before we must delete the existing one with the same name) Helping us of "How to enter the restaurant's data" document, we introduce the information corresponding to the restaurant from M10 and M100 We remind you that we must make the changes in the "Categories" screen We test using MIT AI2 Companion (tablet) Activity 10: We build the .apk file and install the application We build the .apk file to read it with QR code. We install the application. We test the operation Activity 11: We share our work We export the .aia file of our project by downloading it to the computer. Then we upload it to Drive and share it with our colleagues.

8:30-10:30 INKSCAPE FOR WOMEN’S BANNERS The rest of Czech students with the rest of 4th ESO D students. Inmaculada Gañán is the teacher in charge. 2º Bach classroom. Laptops 2nd floor. Czech Students create banners of the women they have been working on. The documents you need to work with are in a Drive shared folder: The Spanish students have already been invited to use it. CONTENTS SCIENTIFIC WOMEN BANNERS   

FORMAL ASPECTS Banners exhibition should be finished by the end of 2017-18. It should contain 20 banners. It should be exhibited at each along 2017-18. During 2018-19 it should be shown in other local places.During the second year of the project, it should be given life by students performing the roles of the women. They should explain their scientific project and they should be assessed by other


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students, who will vote for their favourite ones The 20 banners should be distributed into STEM disciplines. The measures of the banners are 2,06 X 0,85. Inkscape is the software to do it. It allows us to be adapted to the measures we need. We download Inkscape from free for Linux, Windows or Apple. Inkscape allows to determine the measures in centimeters in “properties of document”. We can use the model of María Blasco in SVG. format but first we need to have the Inscape program open and then open the SVG. file Do not write or place any image near the edges if you do not wish to lose information. Leave six centimeters on the bottom and 4 on the upper part free of anything you want to show, as text or logos. The lower part will have the canvas rolled up and won’t be shown. TEXT AND LOGOS CONTENT Logos on the top part as in the model: Erasmus+, IES Blas Infante, Smart Wellness, Junta Andalucía. Adapt it to your school. Size and Font of text should be similar to model: Name of scientific woman assigned to you. Size140. Baskerville Old Face. Red Post or responsibility that she carries out or carried out if she is dead. 29 Sans-serif blue. Gender issue. In English and Czech. Search for a small quotation that the woman has said about women and science. Write in inverted commas. 58 Bookman Old Style. Black. Change color to distinguish languages.


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Short file with job, post, year of birth and death, nationality, city. In English Sans-serif. 47. Red to the left. To the right in blue Arial Rounded MT Bold. 44. Scan the QR codes and do the quiz and Know More Now activities. Under the Short File boxes. Bodoni MT. 54. Black. Big left block in English with Studies, Entrepreneurial spirit, Achievements, Recognition/ awards. Arial Rounded MT Bold. 32. Blue. Big right block in Czech or Spanish (your native language) with Studies, Entrepreneurial spirit, Achievements, Recognition/ awards. Arial Rounded MT Bold. 32. Dark purple. Image related with her scientific research under left column. Choose a high-quality image. Name of students and level they are in. Bell MT. 64. Red. Logos Quizz y Know More Now as in the model next to each QR code.

CONTENT LINK TO THE BANNERS Google Form Quiz  To assess the comprehension of visitors to exhibition.  To check the degree of participation.  We have to create 6-8 questions based on the contents of our banner.  Check with the teacher the relevance of the questions you have chosen.  Choose the questions mainly on the sections of work and achievements.  Google Forms can be found in your Gmail account to the right in … more as in the picture.  The quiz should be in English and in your native language.  Your teacher should supervise it.  Once the form is finished, send it to your teacher and the Erasmus+ project coordinator in your country so they can edit it in case of need.  This is made in: “more” …Add collaborators/ invite people/ include the email addresses you wish/ done This way we will be able to edit the form and check the degree of participation and the degree of right guesses in your banner.


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Córdoba 15th-22nd May 2018 PNYBExmiJQ/edit  You should allow not restrict the filling in to anybody as in the picture.  Banner Title: María Blasco Banner. Smart Wellness  Add multiple choice options and 3 or 4 options. Example: 4. Gender quota is good to avoid: participation/ discrimination/ better objectives/integration 5. María Blasco is: a Mathematician/ a Biologist/ a Chemist/ a Physic 6. She is investigating: diabetes/ AIDS/ hepatitis/ cancer/ 7. Telomeres are: Bacteria/Viruses/The ends of chromosomes/ The ends of neurons. 8. To control telomerase is useful for: the cure of fibrosis/ the cure of cancer/ the prevention of ageing/ curing cancer and live longer 9. They have been able to delay ageing in: mice/sheep/pigs/goats 10. The link you should paste to create your QR code is the view version and never the editable version. OKOvY4USvvmADs0yYC7YYhjLQ/viewform 11. To create a QR code you should copy the link into an online QR generator like this one: Know More Now 

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Your banner should also include more information about the woman in English and your native language through a link with a QR code. For this, you should create an infogram with, for example, as in the picture. The infogram allows you to place icons and text for each language link. This infogram should be linked through a QR link. LINKS about María Blasco. We have chosen a video in Spanish associating football with scientific investigation, a video in English about her cancer investigation and a webpage in French.


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GROUP 1 Only 11 Czech students for

COOKING MINIENTERPRISE with PTVAL Vít Dvořák, Jan Roubal, Lenka Bergrová, Veronika Makovcová, Ondřej Prokop, Zuzana Voldřichová, Pavlína Starková, Sára Říhová, Jakub Hájek, Kateřina Jaklová, Eliška Kolářová  You will be cooking in the PTVAL class.  Students in this class have special needs and are here in a special programme to learn how to be more independent as adults.  They have a sort of flat, which has a bed and a kitchen.  They learn how to make a bed, iron, work a washing machine, and all the tasks in a kitchen.  Every they cook for teachers who pay for their lunches.  This Friday you will be able to help them cook and see how well they are able to develop their skills.  You will also be able to learn about Andalusian cuisine and our culture.  Today’s menu is: First Course: SALPICÓN DE MARISCO or SEAFOOD SALAD INGREDIENTS:  250 gr. boiled mussels  250 gr. boiled octopus or squid  250 gr. boiled and peeled shrimps  1/2 red pepper  1/2 green pepper  2 red tomatoes  1 cocktail onions  green olives (stuffed with anchovies)  1 tbsp. white vinegar  2 tbsp. extra virgin Spanish olive oil  Salt to taste HOW TO MAKE IT: 1. While octopus or squid is boiling, cook the shrimp and mussels. In a medium size saucepan, bring water to a boil over high heat. Once the water is boiling, add the raw shrimp, shells on. Boil 3-5 minutes. Pour out water and immediately rinse in


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cold water. When shrimp has cooled, peel, rinse and drain. Do the same with the mussels. Place in a bowl with octopus. 2. Once the octopus or squid is cooked, cut it into slices approximately 1/4 inch thick. Place in a large serving bowl. 3. Rinse peppers and remove seeds. Cut the peppers into 1 cm square pieces. 4. Wash tomatoes and cut them into 1 cm pieces. 5. Chop onion. Add peppers, onion and tomatoes, as well as the green olives to the serving bowl. 6. Add white vinegar and olive oil to taste, using approximately 1 part vinegar to two parts oil. Mix thoroughly. Add salt to taste. Main Course: RABO DE TORO CON VERDURAS or BULL TAIL STEW INGREDIENTS:  About 2 kg. of rabo de toro (oxtail)  3 carrots, sliced into ½ cm rounds  1 large onion, diced  1 red pepper, diced  1 leek, diced  2-3 ripe tomatoes, diced  4 cloves of garlic, minced  2 cups of beef stock  1 cups of red wine  2 bay leaves, 2 cloves, Salt, Pepper, Olive oil HOW TO MAKE IT: 1. Season the bull tail with salt and pepper. 2. In a large, heavy pan (cast iron works great) heat a splash of olive oil to a medium high heat (not yet smoking) 3. Lightly dust the rabo de toro with flour (shake away excess) and sear each piece in the hot oil until nicely browned, about 30 seconds per side. 4. Remove the bull tail and let the pieces rest. 5. In the pan’s oil, saute the leek, onion, garlic, red pepper, and tomato for about 10 minutes. 6. Add the carrots, bay leaves and cloves and saute 1 minute. 7. Add the bull tail back to the pan and cover with the wine and stock. 8. Bring to a boil and then cover and reduce to a slow simmer. 9. Cook the rabo de toro for 3 hours and then check to see if it is falling away from the bone. 10. If it is tender enough, remove the meat and then puree the sauce with a hand blender (not necessary but nice). 11. Serve with the sauce and homemade French fries for an authentic Spanish meal!


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1 cup all-purpose flour 3 1/2 ounces milk 3 1/2 ounces water 2 teaspoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 5 1/2 tablespoons butter 4 eggs Filling 2 cups heavy cream 1/3 cup powdered sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Fresh strawberries, cut into slices


1. In a saucepan bring the milk, water, sugar, salt and butter to a boil. 2. Remove from heat and add flour all at once and incorporate mixing energetically with a wooden spoon until homogenous. 3. Return the saucepan over low heat and while stirring cook for 1 minute or 2 minutes to pull out the moisture from the batter and until it pulls away from the sides of the pan. You will see some of the dough sticks to the bottom of the pan. 4. Transfer batter to a large bowl and allow to cool slightly. Add the eggs one at a time, carefully incorporating each into the batter using the wooden spoon or even a stand mixer. It will result in a smooth, homogenous batter which still holds its shape. 5. Fit a pastry bag with a large 1/2 inch round tip and pipe the dough into 1 1 1/2 inch circles on a parchment paper lined baking sheet. 6. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until browned and puffed. 7. Prick each with a skewer to release steam and allow to cool on a wire rack. 8. In a large bowl whip the cream with an electric mixer until it forms stiff peaks. Add powdered sugar and vanilla extract and mix to combine. 9. Split the cream puffs in half and fill them with cream mixture and strawberry slices. Dust with powdered sugar and serve.


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After cooking this menu think and tick if these dishes belong to the different diets: Mediterranean

Halal Kosher

Vegetarian Vegan

Gluten Free

Low Calorie

Seafood Salad Bull Tail with vegetables Strawberry and Cream Puff Pasty How we adapt the Puff Pastry for a coeliac, for a lactose intolerant and for a person on a low calorie diet? Gluten free: ________________________________________________________________________________ Lactose free: _______________________________________________________________________________ Low calorie:________________________________________________________________________________

10:30-11:30 GROUP 2

SMART TREE 10 al with partners

Remind to bring your mobile with a QR reader installed!


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Scan this QR code to take the “Smart Tree” quiz Group 1

C, Clara/ Jolana C F, Fco/ Jan M

Tablets numbers 1,2

Group 2

L, Marta/ Adela G L, Ismael/ Marek S

Tablets numbers 2,4

Group 3

P, María/ Veronika L B, Miguel/ Matéj Z R, Alberto/ Dominik S R, Lidia/ Martina P

Tablets numbers 5,6

S, Irene/ Hana S S, Hugo/ Tereza H

Tablets numbers 9,10

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Tablets numbers 7,8

You are going to work in groups of four according to the chart above. Each group has two tablets as shown in the chart above. One groupmate reads the scientific women charts and scans the QR code to read more information about the woman in it. Another groupmate scans the quiz QR. Within the quiz, go to the number that your card shows and answer the question with the information you have about the woman in the other tablet.  

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The quiz can be done in any order. The other groupmates can use their own mobiles QR readers to scan the information about another woman so you can work quicker. Be very careful with your tablets. When the time is over, place them back again the trolley in the same tray you found it according the number. Plug it in to charge the batteries.

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11:30-12:00 Break

All Czech and Spanish participants go to Courtyard

Building A


GROUP 2 Only 10 Czech students for

COOKING MINIENTERPRISE with PTVAL. Jolana C, Jan M, Adela G, Marek S, Veronika L, Matéj Z, Dominik S, Martina P, Hana S, Tereza H. 

You will be continuing with the menu that group 1 started in the period before.

12:00-13:00 GROUP 1 SMART TREE

Do not forget to bring your mobile with QR reader downloaded. Exchange tablets according to the Kahoot activity group chart. Group 1 A, David/ Vít D Tablets numbers 11,3 F, Virginia/ Pavlína S Group 2

P, Jaime/ Jan R G, Nerea/ Kateřina J

Tablets numbers 12,4

Group 3

A, Marta / Lenka B / Ondřej P R, Rocío/ Veronika M S, Sergio/ Jakub H

Tablets numbers 13

D, Helena/ Zuzana V R, Manuel/ Sára Ř P, Clara/ Eliška K/P, Rafael

Tablets numbers 15,6

Group 4 Group 5 Group 6

Tablets numbers 14,5

Tablets numbers 1,2

13:00-14:00 KAHOOT GAME ABOUT NUTRITION HABITS. Teacher: Carmen Gómez. Made by 1º bach. AB 12 students+ Czech students+ all students from 4ºESO D. Do not forget to bring your mobile with Kahoot downloaded in case the tablets run out of battery.


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Group 1

A, David/ Vít D F, Virginia/ Pavlína S

Tablet number 1

Group 2

P, Jaime/ Jan R G, Nerea/ Kateřina J

Tablet number 2

Group 3 Group 4

A, Marta / Lenka B P, Rafael / Ondřej P R, Rocío/ Veronika M S, Sergio/ Jakub H

Tablet number 3

Group 5 Group 6 Group 7 Group 8 Group 9 Group 10 Group 11 Group 12 Group 13 Group 14 Group 15

D, Helena/ Zuzana V R, Manuel/ Sára Ř P, Clara/ Eliška K/

Tablet number 5

Tablet number 4

Tablet number 6

P, Carlos/ P, Iván C, Clara/ Jolana C/

Tablet number 7

A , Raúl/ B, Juan/ T, David F, Francisco/ Jan M

Tablet number 8

B, Ángela/ D, Alba, R, Sergio L, Marta/ Adela G

Tablet number 9

B, Pablo/ C, Javier L, Ismael/ Marek S

Tablet number 10

A, Clara/ L, Vera/ T, Adrián P, María/ Veronika L

Tablet number 11

C, Marcos/ G, Manuel R, Lidia/ Martina P

Tablet number 12

C, Adrián/ L, Zhanglu/ J, Agustín R, Alberto/ Dominik S

Tablet number 13

C, Ana/ L, Carmen/ R, Jennifer S, Irene/Hana S, Hugo/ Tereza H/ S, Darío

Tablet number 14

B, Miguel/ Matéj Z/

Tablet number 15

G, Irene/ H, Inmaculada/ R, Rafael


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SEVILLANAS DANCING WORKSHOP. Assembly Hall. Carmen Muñiz and Noelia‘s mother with 3ºC PTVAL students+ 21 Czech students+ 28 3º ESO C students  Sevillanas are a type of Flamenco and one of the most popular and well-known folk dances from Spain.  These are danced in pairs during celebrations in Andalucía.    

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Sevillanas are divided into four parts. The first copla is the easiest. Learn this one first because it's the foundation of all the others. All the following coplas use the same basic steps in different combinations and with extra flourishes - so once you've mastered this one, you're halfway there. Here are the steps used in Sevillanas: o Careos - Type of passing step used in fourth copla only o Esquinas (lit. “corners”) - from one side to the other o Pasada - Passing step, changing place with your partner o Sevillana - basic Sevillanas step o Vuelta - Flamenco turn o Zapateado - stamping footwork Rond de jambe and pas de basque are two steps from ballet, used in the second copla. This is the traditional version of the steps - you will see many variations.

PRIMERA SEVILLANA First SEVILLANA 1st 2nd 5 sevillana steps 1 sevillana step 1 pasada 4 esquinas 1 pasada SEGUNDA SEVILLANA SECOND SEVILLANA 1st 2nd 1 sevillana step 1 sevillana step 3 rond de jambe 6 pas de basque 1 vuelta (left) 1 vuelta (left) 1 pasada 1 pasada


3rd 1 sevillana step 4 pasadas 1 vuelta (left) 3rd 1 sevillana step 8 pas de basque (circle) 1 vuelta (left)

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TERCERA SEVILLANA THIRD SEVILLANA 1st 2nd 1 sevillana step 1 sevillana step 1 vuelta (left)+mark 3 zapateado 1 vuelta (right)+mark 1 vuelta (left) 1 pasada 1 pasada CUARTA SEVILLANA FOURTH SEVILLANA 1st 2nd 1 double spin (left) 1 careo 1 sevillana step 2 pas de basque 1 double spin (right) 1 careo 1 sevillana step 1 vuelta (left) 1 pasada 1 pasada

3rd 1 sevillana step 1 pasada + mark 1 pasada + mark 1 vuelta (left) 3rd 4 careos 1 vuelta (left)

15:00 Lunch and afternoon with families

11:00 pm Participants with families at THE FAIR FOR FIREWORKS

The Fair of Cordoba The Cordoba Fair is usually held at the end of May, to mark the feast of Our Lady of la Salud (Health). The special fairground in el Arenal is very easy to get to and horse-riders and men or women in gypsy dress can be seen in the casetas or marquees (individual enclosures belonging to each association) which are laid out in orderly rows in the different streets of the fairground. All the casetas are public, and the doors are open for visitors to enter any they like, which is half the fun of it all. The uplifting sound of Sevillanas, the fino wine, the tapas, the Cordoban hat and the peinetas (ornamental combs worn by the women) make the Cordoba Fair as amazing an experience as any of the other Andalusian fairs.


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19th May, Saturday 12:00-14:00 ROYAL MEWS. ANDALUSIAN HORSE SHOW. Czech and Spanish partners attend.

“PASSION AND SPIRIT OF THE ANDALUSIAN HORSE” In 1570, King Philip II, who was a great lover of horses, set out on a scheme to create a pure thorough bred Spanish horse. For this reason, he ordered the Royal Stables to be built on land belonging to the Castle of the Christian Monarchs. Like the castle, it is predominantly a military building. Here, in this attractive setting, he bred the Spanish horse, also known as the Andalusian horse, which was of Arab origin. The main stable room itself, with its vaulted ceiling supported by sandstone pillars is divided into smaller separate areas, known as boxes. Passion and Spirit of the Andalusian horse offers its audience, in 70 enthralling minutes, a perfect combination of elements from classical and Andalusian horsemanship, work in hand, doma vaquera, haute étcole, horsewomen, garrochaspears… linking all it with the history and equestrian tradition of our city. EL VAQUERO Y LA GITANA The Doma Vaquera, a discipline deeply rooted in our land, is presented in this show combined with the grace and charm of a gitana, who searches the vaquero so that he accompanies her in the rhythm of some lively sevillanas. This dynamic and agile riding, to work and stroll, allows the rider to draw some accurate movements on the arena alongside the dancer that is challenging him. 20:00-12:00 MAY FAIR Enjoy the fair for a while and take care!


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20th May, Sunday GRANADA  7:30 Departure for Granada from La Jijonenca. 8:30 Stop for breakfast (25 minutes) Read this before you go to Granada or on the bus. Population: 250,000 The pomegranate or 'granada' is the city emblem. Granada is in southeastern Spain. The city is located at the foot of Sierra Nevada, the highest mountain range of the Iberian Peninsula. With more than a thousand years of history, Granada enjoys one of Spain's most important cultural and architectural patrimonies. Besides the Alhambra, designated as World Heritage by the UNESCO, Granada boasts a Renaissance cathedral from the 16th century and many other monuments: the Royal Chapel, the Monastery of la Cartuja, the Monastery of San Jerónimo and the Science Park Museum. The city of Granada was founded by the Romans. Later, after the invasion of the Iberian Peninsula by the Muslims in the 8th century B. C., the city received its current name: Granada. The Catholic Monarchs conquered the city in 1492 finishing the Christian Reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula. There is a legend related to this fact that has given name to a hill. Boabdil, the last Moorish king in Spain, had just handed over the keys of Granada to Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella. When Boabdil was leaving the city, he stopped on a nearby hill and took a last look at his lost city, he started to weep and his mother said to him, “Cry like a woman for what you could not defend like a man.” This hill is known as Suspiro del Moro (the Moorish Sigh). Granada is also well-known by its prestigious University and vibrant night-life. Granada is home of the "arte del tapeo" or "tapas art". With your drink you will always receive a free piece of its cuisine. 10:30 Arrival to the Alhambra Nasrid Palaces 11:45. Group 1: 4ºCD + 11 partners. Antonio, Joseph, Věra. Generalife, Charles V, Nasrid Palaces, Alhambra Museum, Alcazaba. Narid Palaces 12:15. Group 2: 2º 3º ESO+ 10 partners. Inma, Miguel, Jaromír, Šárka. Generalife, Charles V, Alhambra Museum, Nasrid Palaces, Alcazaba.


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ALHAMBRA. Introduction. (Rafa P/ Clara C) The Alhambra is a palace and fortress built during the mid 14th century by the Moorish rulers of the Emirate of Granada. It became a Christian palace after Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella conquered Granada. It comprises four areas: the palatial area, the military zone or Alcazaba, the city or Medina, and the Generalife gardens. () Point the areas in the map.

The Generalife (David A/ Fran B) The Generalife was the summer house of the king of Granada. They date back to the 1200's AD. The complex consists of the Patio de la Acequia (Water-Garden Courtyard), which has a long pool framed by flowerbeds, fountains, colonnades and pavilions, and the Jardín de Sultana (Sultaness Garden or Courtyard of the Cypress). Here Boabdil’s wife met his lover. His family was later killed in los Abencerrajes Room. Higher up is the Jardín Alto (Upper Gardens), access to which is through a curious staircase with flowing water. (¿) ¿Cuántos años tienen estos jardines? 700 years/six centuries/650 years/eight centuries

 Once you arrive to the water staircase introduce your hand in the water and feel the temperature. Don’t mess with the water, please.

The Palace of Charles V (Jaime/ Marta L) The Palace of Charles V was started in 1526. It was commanded by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, who wished to establish his residence close to the Alhambra palaces. The palace was designed by a pupil of Michelangelo, Pedro Machuca. The plan of the palace is a 63 meter square containing an inner circular patio, which has two levels. The lower consists of a Doric colonnade of stone and the upper floor is formed by a stylized ionic colonnade with no decoration. This organization


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of the patio shows a deep knowledge of the architecture of the Roman Empire, and would be framed in pure Renaissance style but for its curved shape, which surprises the visitor entering from the main façade. Once, the courtyard of the Palace of Charles V was used as a bullfight ring. Today thishouses both the Alhambra Museum and the Fine Arts Museums. (?) What shape is the palace inside? a square/a circle/a star/a rectangle

The Alcazaba (Marta A/ Ismael) The Alcazaba was the place for the soldiers who protected the city lived. Alcazaba means citadel. It was surrounded by walls and watch towers. Sitting in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, it would be hard to be surprised by an enemy at this height. (?) Who used to live in the Alcazaba? soldiers &kings/ guards/ soldiers & guards (?) What does “alcazaba” mean? castle/palace/citadel The fortress dates back to the 13th century. The entrance to the Alcazaba was at the foot of the Tower of Homage. The gate is very well protected not to be seen from the outside. Then there is an L-shaped walkway and more turns so they could control access and respond from above to an attack. As it was a city, there were houses, cisterns and silos or pits to store food (the ground was a good place to keep food fresh in the summer) (?) Which century was this fortress built? 11th century/12nd century/13rd century/14th century (?) Is it well located to control the city? (?) What are cisterns used for? (?) What were silos used for? Torre de la Vela (Watch Tower) The primary reason to visit the Alcazaba is to climb to the top of this tower and enjoy the spectacular views of the city of Granada and surrounding countryside. It’s the highest tower and it contains the greatest historical value as the cross was raised here on January 2nd 1492 to mark the end of the Christian Reconquest. An interesting local tradition is the ringing of the Torre de la Vela's bell. Every 2 nd January young girls are allowed to ring the bells in the hope of finding a husband. Describe what you can see and think about the defensive function of this tower. (?) What is on top of The Torre de la Vela? a cross/ a bell/ a compass/ a clock


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THE PALATIAL AREA (Nasrid Palaces)


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NASHRID PALACES Baths Queen’s dressing room tower Gardens of Daraxa Lions courtyard Muqarnas hall Kings hall Hall of the two sisters Daraxa viewpoint Hall of the Abencerrajes Rauda or cemetery Charles V Palace chapel

Small entrance square First courtyard Ruins of a mosque Machuca courtyard Oratory Mexuar Palace Golden room courtyard Golden room Myrtles or Comares Courtyard Boat room Ambassadors or Comares hall

6.- Hall of the Mexuar. (Rocío R /Lidia R) This is one of the first rooms to be built in the Palace. It was the place where the Surah or Counsel of Ministers met. It was also the hall where the Sultan dispensed justice. (?) This room was used as a? dance hall/ bedroom/ court/ kitchen 5.- The Oratory. (Rocío R /Lidia R) One of the places for the Sultan, his family and the Court. 8.- The Golden Room. (Rocío R /Lidia R) The name is derived from the beautiful woodwork ceiling, repainted and decorated by the Catholic Monarchs, as evidenced by their emblem, the yoke and arrows. The room was used by the officials to write down and carry out the Sultan’s orders. (?) What is golden in this room? walls/doors/windows/ceiling Find this mosaic in the room. Have a look at the views from the windows.


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7.- Façade of Comares. (Helena D/ María P) It stands opposite the Golden Room. Especially remarkable is the eave (alero), a masterpiece of Islamic woodwork. The combination of geometric, epigraphic and floral ornamental elements is displayed to perfection in this Façade. The Façade separated the administrative and public sector from the private and familiar part of the Palace. There are two doors. One led to the Sultan family rooms, the other was designed to confuse a possible intruder and led nowhere. (?)Which is the fake door? (?)What is not there on the façade? woodwork/plaster stalactites/floral ornaments

8.- The Court of the Myrtles (Arrayanes) or Comares. (Helena D/ María P) In the HispanoMuslim houses, the courtyard is the core of family life, around which the rooms are distributed. The Court of the Myrtles takes its name from the bushes of this plant, also called mirth. The Pool plays an important part in the architectural and aesthetic definition of the site, with its surface of water that acts as a mirror and reflects the surrounding structures, generating a geometrical projection. (?) Where does this court take its name from? royal family pets bushes pool 9.- The Room of the Ship (Sala de la Barca). (Virginia F./ Alberto R.) Antechamber to the most important space of the Palace of Comares, its name may have come from the cylindrical shape of the dome, like an inverted boat hull (casco). The lattice (entramado) frame is made of pine wood. (?)What wood is the ceiling made of? pine/ebony/ cedar/ beech 10.- The Chamber of the Ambassadors. (Virginia F./ Alberto R.) Also known as the Hall of Comares or the Throne Room. Nine small rooms were opened within its walls, each being similar to the other, except for the central room reserved for the Sultan. The name “Comares”, Arabic Qum¯ariˆs, comes from the stained-glass windows in the nine balconies. The floor of the room still conserves many original golden tiles. The walls are fully decorated. The lower part conserves part of the original tiled socle (plinto), above which a rich plasterwork combines geometrical


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patterns. The Sultan would sit on his throne presiding over the space of the room. The epigraphy of the Hall reproduces holy texts: “Eternity is an attribute of God”; “Depart in goodness since it is God who helps”; “Highness, Glory, Eternity, Empire and Power only belong to God”. (?) How many rooms surround the Throne Chamber? 7 8 9 12 0 (?) What is the origin of the name “Comares”? the rooms/ the socle/ the stained-glass windows/ the ceiling  Find at least three mosaics and guess the geometric shape they come from: square, triangle, hexagon, rhomboid… 11.- The Hall of the Muqarnas (Sala de los Mocárabes). (Manuel Rodríguez/ Irene Sánchez) The Palace of the Lions is structured around two dwelling areas. The first one was the Hall of the Muqarnas, used as a vestibule. Its name comes from the dome that the room originally had. The dome must have been profusely decorated, but due to the fragility of the plasterworks, it was badly damaged and replaced by the present structure. (?)The name of this hall comes from the… sultan’s name dome architect valley


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12.- The Court of the Lions. (Manuel R /Irene S) The Palace of the Lions was the architectural pinnacle of the Alhambra and a synthesis of the finest Moorish artistic styles. Its celebrated fountain was a symbol of its decorative richness and an example of the complex water system. The central fountain basin allowed the water to flow in and out thus preventing it from spilling out of the fountain. The fountain is said to symbolize different things. One of them is that the twelve lions refer to the signs of the zodiac. Another is that it has a political meaning related to King Solomon (the architect King) as there is an inscription in the fountain that says so. But the most important of them relates to the paradise; the fountain as the origin of life and the four rivers of Paradise. The architectural pattern of the Palace of the Lions follows the traditional design of the Spanish-Moorish houses (a central open-air courtyard as the centre of family life flanked by rooms on a ground floor and one upper floor). The Court had a cross ground floor design with a central fountain. (?)What does the fountain symbolize? the paradise/ the jungle/ freedom/ hell 13.- The Hall of the Abencerrages. (Sergio S/ Hugo S) Its name comes from a legend according to which the members of this North-African family were invited to a banquet and then massacred in this hall because one member was told to have slept with the sultan’s wife. Legend says that the red stains on the fountain and the floor are still evidence of the blood spilt when the thirtyseven gallant Abencerrages were beheaded. Noteworthy is the eight-point stalactite star of the dome that spreads out into eight trunk-like stalactites. Behind the entrance door, we find two corridors that led to a toilet and to the upper floor, where the romantic harem courtyard can be found. (?)What did you find most interesting of this hall? dome/ legend/ fountain/ architecture/ other


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14.- The Hall of the Kings. (Nerea G/ Miguel B) (probably under restoration works) The Hall of the Kings is the most emblematic chamber of the Palace of the Lions. It was an area used for relaxation and leisure, structured around a large vestibular hall, more than 30m long, which was reserved for receptions and celebrations. 15.- The Hall of the Two Sisters. (Nerea G/ Miguel B) This room is covered with a huge vaulted ceiling of muqarnas (honeycomb) with an octagonal plan. Underneath, windows with jalousies soften the light to create a dreamlike effect. The tiled socle (zócalo), the most peculiar of its sort in the Alhambra, is a lovely geometrical composition consisting of variously coloured interwoven laces. At the far end, there are two chambers with alcoves (bedchambers), closed by richly decorated wooden doors, which implies that the room has a residential purpose. In the center a fountain pours water running to the Court of the Lions. The name of this room comes from the two large marble flagstones (losas) that flank the fountain. (?) What is the pattern of the socle? flowers laces geometrical figures circles (?) The room is named after... 2 stones/ 2 sultan’s daughters/ 2 slaves/ 2 tiles 19.- The Court of the Vestibule. Observation Point of Daraxa. (Clara P/ Fran F.) The name in Spanish of the lookout is derived from “Ayn Dar Aisa”, which is Arabic for “the eyes of Aisa’s home.” During the Nasrid reign it served as a watchtower overlooking the countryside, with a garden extending from its base. As you approach the threshold of the arch, you see some of the most the delightful tiling in the Alhambra, with small tiles forming an attractive design. (?)What can you see from this observation point? some tiles/ the countryside/ the university/ some sheep 16.- The Rauda. (Clara P/ Fran F.) Rawda means cemetery. It was here, beside the Palace of the Lions, where the royal family buried its deceased family members. When the tombs were discovered at the end of the 19th century,


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they were empty. Boabdil had the remains of his ancestors moved to the foot of the Mondújar Castle. (?) Do the tombs in this Moorish cemetery contain human remains? yes/ no/ only some of them 14:30 End of Alhambra visit. Stroll walking to Plaza Nueva, Paseo de los Tristes, Catedral, Alcaicería, Plaza Bibarrambla. Back El Mirador de San Nicolás


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Plaza Nueva. The square was built to cover up the river that flows underneath in order to create more space in the city. The square soon became one of the most important centres in Granada and supposedly tournaments and bullfights used to be held here as well as public executions. Paseo de los Tristes. Paseo de los Tristes literally means Promenade of the Sad. This square runs parallel to the River Darro and owes its name to the fact that funeral corteges used to pass through here on their way up to the cemetery behind the Alhambra. The name of this Promenade is due to: prisoners

lovers funerals


Albaicín. This is the most authentic quarter of Granada and the one where one feels the essence of the city. The scent of orange blossom accompanies travellers to the Mirador de San Nicolás, from where there are magnificent views of the Alhambra. Between water cisterns, narrow alleyways and lush gardens stand the “cármenes”, the typical villas of the quarter. What trees can you see in this quarter? Pines/ cypresses/lemon trees/ orange trees Royal Chapel. This building adjoining the Cathedral was the place chosen by Fernando the Catholic to house the Royal Pantheon. The Main Altar contains the remains of the monarchs which are kept in beautiful sepulchres crafted by Domenico Fancelli. Who are buried in this chapel? __________________________________________________________


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Cathedral. Its construction, ordered by the Catholic Monarchs, was started at the beginning of the 16th. The main façade was designed by Alonso Cano in Gothic style. It has five naves. Of special note are its impressively tall pillars formed by large Corinthian columns which support pilasters. Alcaicería. A faithful recreation of the old silk exchange which was the centre of commercial life in Muslim Granada, its golden period came in the late Nasrid kingdom. The Alcaicería was particularly renowned for the quality of the silk, in which traders from Granada specialised. Traditionally, the bazaars were located in the centre of the city, where there were also inns offering accommodation for the traders. All the entrances were provided with gates which were closed at night to prevent pillaging. Situated next to the calles Oficios and Zacatín streets the Alcaicería includes numerous small businesses such as jewellery shops and silversmiths’ in which it is possible to find a wide variety of craft products: pottery, silverwork, basketwork, taracea (wood inlay with pieces of bone and mother-of pearl) Corral del carbón Coal yard. Formerly a grain exchange warehouse it is the oldest monument dating from the Moorish period and the only completely preserved building of its kind in Spain. Built in the 14th century, it was used as a trading place and a storehouse. Of particular note are its monumental façade, the vestibule at the entrance covered by a dome decorated with stucco lacework, and the picturesque inner courtyard. During the 16th century the building was used as an inn for coal merchants – hence its modern name – and later as a theatre. Bibarrambla Square. The name Bibarrambla mean "Gate of the River" since the square originally stood on the sandy river bank.


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In Moorish times, festivals and jousts were held here, and later in Christian times bullfights. The Fountain of the Giants was built in the 17th century. It shows giants supporting the lower of two bowls with a statue of Neptune on top. The square is famous today for its flower stalls. 16:00-17:00 Free time. Shopping in city centre. Meeting at Plaza Bibarrambla. Stay inside the pedestrian precinct. Bus to Córdoba. 20:30 Arrival to school.

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21st May, Monday. SCHOOL PROJECT ACTIVITIES Bring lunch from host families 8:30-9:30 WOMEN IN SCIENCE Czech students and whole group 3º C Scientific Women’s Banners exhibition with 3ºESO C. 15 tablets with QR readers. 21 Czech + 28 3ºESO C= 49 students. 15 groups 4 groups of 4= 16st+ 11 groups of 3= 33

Group 1 Group 2

Jolana C Martina P

Clara C Lidia R

Ismael L Alberto R

Marek S Dominik S

Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Group 6 Group 7 Group 8

Adela G Hana S Veronika M Zuzana V Sára Ř Kateřina J

Marta L Tereza H Alba G Adrián M Ángel R Juan C. C

Fran F David P Javier G Noelia A Daniela C Yolanda G

Jan M Jakub H

Group 9 Group 10 Group 11 Group 12 Group 13 Group 14 Group 15

Lenka B Veronika L Matéj Z Vít D Jan R Ondřej P Pavlína S

David C María P Paula G Jorge V Samuel M Ángel S Fran N

Noelia G Miguel O Rafael G Eliška K Hui Z Manuela P Sergio M

1. Bring some earphones to listen to the Know More Activities. 2. Each Czech student arrives at school with his or her Sp partner. 3. Czech students with Spanish partners from 4º C or D, enter school and address to the two buildings connection hall where the banners exhibition is. 4. Czech students with other Spanish partners wait in courtyard Building B until Teacher Inma picks you up. 5. Each team has a tablet according to its group number.


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6. Go to each banner, read the information together and do the quiz together scanning the QR code. 7. Scan the know more of some of the banners and interact watching, listening or reading. 8. Make a good use of the tablet. When the activity is finished, make sure to switch it off and hand it to the teacher. 9. Czech students address the Assembly Hall for Craft Workshop. 9:30-10:30 CORDOBESIAN MAY PHOTOCALL CRAFT WORKSHOP with Autistic students’ classroom. Czech students and whole group of 3º B 1. Please give your Czech partner a pair of paper scissors. Write your name on the scissors so they are not miscarried. Give it back to your Spanish partner. 2. We are going to dress a display board so we can have a photocall for our Farewell Party at the end of the morning. 10:30-11:30 Recipe book. Czech students and 1º ESO E Ethical Values Drive version. 2º FPB classroom plus Building B 2nd floor laptops. 1. Before this activity, you need to make sure that you have been invited to this Gloogle Presentation to cooperate in our Recipe Book. 2. You also need to have prepared your recipes both in Czech and English. 3. Each recipe will have four slides. 2 for English and 1 for the Spanish and Czech versions. 4. The Spanish school will write the Spanish version in the third slide and the Czech school the Czech version in the third slide. 5. Next schoolyear we will translate the recipes of the other school into our language through the English version. 6. Following this structure, work with other Spanish students. 7. Paste your recipe in the right place of the presentation according to the index. 8. Agree on the icons that belong to your recipe according to the special needs it fits. 9. Prepare the Smart Tip to your recipe adapting it to some special needs. 10. Translate into Czech some parts of the Spanish recipes already finished.


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11:30-12:00 Break. All Czech students go to Courtyard Building A together with their all Spanish partners. 12:00-14:00 Visit to Primary Feeding School “Los Califas”. School Choir. Czech students and all Spanish partners

14:00-17:00 School Farewell Party. Czech students and all Spanish partners and families. Feeding schools. 1. Bring food from home. Cook together with your Spanish family. 2. Print the recipe in English and Spanish. 3. Help with the decoration, setting the dishes, going to pick up drinks and ice, prepare the music. 4. Dance and take part in Informal Sport Competitions 17:00 Home to prepare suitcase 24:00 Leaving from Jijonenca Bus Córdoba – Málaga

Do not forget to take some food from your host families

We hope you have enjoyed your stay in Córdoba!

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22nd May, Tuesday 6:00-9:15 Flight Málaga-Prague FR 5006 Commentaries on your exchange.    ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________


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Your Spanish Exchange family Nombre del padre/ Father’s name: _________________________________________________________________________________________ Description________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Nombre de la madre/ Mother’s name: _________________________________________________________________________________________ Description________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Nombre de los hermanos y hermanas/ Brothers and sisters’ names: ________________________________________________________________________________________ Description________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Animales domésticos/ Pets ________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Describe tu habitación/ Describe your room _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________


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VOCABULARIO: LA CASA/ THE HOUSE Visit these webs to learn Spanish and English vocabulary of the house. ESPAÑOL El Cuarto de baño el papel higiénico el cepillo de dientes la pasta dentífrica el peine el espejo el secador el gel el champú el suavizante la toalla el jabón la esponja la taza del water la bañera la ducha la alfombrilla el cepillo el desodorante el calentador de agua El dormitorio la cómoda la almohada el armario la sábana la cama la colcha la manta el tocador la mesilla de noche

ENGLISH Bathroom toilet paper toothbrush toothpaste comb mirror hairdryer shower gel shampoo hair conditioner towel soap sponge (toilet) bowl bathtub shower bathmat brush deodorant water heater Bedroom chest of drawers pillow wardrobe sheet bed bedspread blanket dressing table bedside table



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ESPAÑOL el edredón la percha el colchón el despertador La cocina el horno el microondas la cacerola / cazuela la sartén la hornilla el calentador de agua la nevera el fregadero la plancha la escoba el cubo de basura la fregona la lavadora la secadora el congelador el lavavajillas el cubo las pinzas de la ropa el delantal El resto de la Casa la mesita de café la mesa la mesita el radiador la chimenea el vestíbulo la contraventana el escritorio

ENGLISH duvet hanger mattress alarm-clock Kitchen oven microwave oven pot frying pan kitchen stove water heater refrigerator / fridge kitchen sink iron broom dustbin mop washing machine dryer freezer dishwasher bucket clothes pegs apron The Rest of the House coffee table table endtable radiator chimney lobby shutter desk



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ESPAÑOL lámpara la silla el suelo la pared el techo la puerta el cajón la persiana la mecedora el sofá el sillón la televisión la alfombra el garaje el desván el taburete el teléfono las escaleras la estantería la ventana la cortina la estufa el florero / el jarrón el ordenador el cuadro el marco de foto

Loli Paqui Maribel Marisa Nani



lamp chair floor wall ceiling door drawer blind rocking chair sofa armchair television carpet garage loft stool telephone stairs shelf / bookcase window curtain heater vase computer painting photo frame

Ask and find the full names under these nicknames Paco Curro Quique Pepe Nacho


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1. Match the words. Do it with your Exchange partner and your host family. 2. Then add the Czech word in the third column. 3. Finally write other words in the three languages you are learning during your exchange.


Inglés salad

la carne


la mantequilla


el pescado


el pan


el queso


las patatas fritas


el pollo


la fruta


el bocadillo


la ensalada


el pastel


las verduras


el aceite



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WRITE A SPANISH RECIPE INGREDIENTS AND HOW TO DO IT What kind of special diet is it suitable for? Low Calorie/ Halal/ Kosher/ Vegan/ Vegetarian/ Gluten Free/ Lactose Free

Smart Tip to adapt your recipe to a special diet!


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Find out when, how and why these festivals or bank holidays are celebrated in Córdoba Los Reyes Magos. The Three Magi

San Valentín. Saint Valentine

Carnaval. Carnival

Día Andalucía. Andalusia’s Day

Semana Santa. Holy Week

Las Cruces. The Crosses


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Los Patios. The Courtyards

La Feria. The Fair

La Fuensanta

Los Santos. All Saints’ Day

La Inmaculada. The Immaculate Conception

Navidad. Christmas

Fin de Año. New Year’s Eve


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Córdoba 15th-22nd May 2018



Boarding gate

Puerta de embarque



Flight attendant

Asistente vuelo



Seat belt

Cinturón de seguridad







Conveyor belt

Cinta transportadora



I am feeling sick: Me siento mal Can I have anything for airsickness?¿Tiene algo para el mareo? Would you like something to drink? ¿Quieres algo de beber? Can I have a glass of water, please? ¿Me da un vaso de agua, por favor? Here you are. Aquí tiene

FOTOS/PHOTOGRAPHS Can I take photos here? ¿Se pueden sacar fotos? Would you take a photo of us, please? ¿Nos puede sacar una foto?


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Córdoba 15th-22nd May 2018


Una lata de Coca-Cola

Carrier bag


A bottle of

Una botella de

A tin

Lata conserva

A packet of

Un paquete de

A dozen

Una docena

A slice of

Una loncha de

Wrapping paper

Papel de regalo

Could I have a look at? Can I browse? ¿Puedo mirar? I´m just browsing I´m looking for …

Sólo estoy mirando Estoy buscando....

Who´s next, please? ¿Quién es el siguiente? It’s my turn Can I have…,please?

Me toca a mí Puede darme...

How much is it/are they? ¿Cuánto cuesta? Where are the changing rooms? ¿Dónde están los probadores? Do you have a bag? ¿Tiene una bolsa?: I think you’ve given me the wrong change. Creo que me ha dado mal el cambio.

CONVERSATION Excuse me, sir/madam: Disculpe, señor/señora Thank you: Gracias You´re welcome: De nada Can you help me? : ¿Puede ayudarme? Do you speak Spanish? : ¿Hablas español? I only speak a bit of English : Hablo solo un poco de inglés Can you speak a bit more slowly? : ¿Puede hablar más despacio? I don´t understand you: No le entiendo.


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Córdoba 15th-22nd May 2018

Do you understand me?: ¿Me ha entendido? Can you repeat, please? : ¿Puede repetir? I´m sorry : Lo siento I´m so sorry : Lo siento mucho Good morning: Buenos dias Good afternoon: Buenas tardes Good evening Buenas noches Good night Buenas noches (only to say farewell when you go to bed) Goodbye: Adiós See you later: Hasta luego USEFUL QUESTIONS TO USE WITH YOUR HOST FAMILY May I use your toothpaste, shampoo, ...? May I have a shower?

¿Puedo usar vuestra pasta de dientes, champú, …? ¿Puedo ducharme?

What time do you usually have meals?

¿A qué hora se suele desayunar?

Where can I put my clothes? May I have a coat hanger?

¿Dónde puedo colocar mi ropa? Necesito una percha.

May I use the computer, the bicycle…?

¿Puedo usar el ordenador, la bicicleta…?

Where should I store my suitcase?

¿Dónde meto la maleta?

What time should I get up in the morning?

¿A qué hora debo levantarme?

What time should I be back home?

¿A qué hora tengo que volver a casa?

Shall I phone if I am going to be late or if I miss the bus?

¿Debo llamar por teléfono si voy a retrasarme o he perdido el autobús?

Can I watch TV?

¿Puedo ver la tele?


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Córdoba 15th-22nd May 2018


Note Coin

Billete Moneda

Change Czech crowns

Cambiar Coronas checas

Bank Banco Cash dispenser Cajero automático Amount Importe Counter desk Ventanilla Money Dinero Signature Firma I´d like to change...Czech crowns in euros. Quiero cambiar...coronas checas en euros. May I see your passport, please? ¿Puedo ver su pasaporte? Sign here, please. Firme aquí, por favor. How would you like it, large or small notes? ¿Desea el dinero en billetes grandes o en billetes pequeños? Go to the cashdesk, please. Por favor, vaya a la caja.


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Córdoba 15th-22nd May 2018


Answer the questions: 1.- What is the weather like in Málaga on the 15th? It is rainy. / It is sunny. / It is a bit cloudy./ It is stormy./ It is very hot. 2.- What is the weather like on Wednesday for the Alcázar visit? It is rainy. / It is sunny. / It is a bit cloudy./ It is stormy./ It is very hot. 3.- What is the weather like on Thursday for the Mosque visit? It is rainy. / It is sunny. / It is a bit cloudy./ It is stormy./ It is very hot. 4.- How many degrees have we got on Friday for the fair opening? __________________ 5.- Do we need to carry an umbrella for the Royal Mews Horse Exhibition?______________ 6.- How is the weather in Granada for our Sunday visit, colder or hotter than Córdoba weather? _______________________________________________________________ 7.- Is our farewell party on Monday going to be spoilt because of the weather? __________


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Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Cรณrdoba 15th-22nd May 2018


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Cรณrdoba 15th-22nd May 2018


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Cรณrdoba 15th-22nd May 2018


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Cรณrdoba 15th-22nd May 2018


Smart Wellness. KA2. Erasmus+ 17-19. Cรณrdoba 15th-22nd May 2018