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eTwinning magazine Issue 1


eTwinning


CONTENT ∙ Food ∙ ∙ Schools ∙ ∙ How to relax? ∙ ∙ Do you know? ∙ ∙ Fashion ∙ ∙ What to read? ∙


FOOD


CZECH NATIONAL FOOD Svíčková Ingredients: For 4 servings you need: 900 g meat tenderloin juniper 100 g bacon 50 g butter ½ onion 3 carrots 2 parsley ¼ small celery 1 small bay leaf 6 peppercorns 6 allspice salt about 0.5 liters beef stock or water 250 ml at least 12% cream 1 teaspoon of flour to taste ½ lemon

Clean meat (the ideal situation is to go to a butcher who sells meat already clean and membranes), place it in a roasting pan with a lid and let it marinate along with a couple of balls juniper at least two hours in the cold. If you leave it marinate overnight, you can not go wrong! Carrots, celery and parsley clean and cut into medium-sized pieces. Onion peel and cut into eighths. Meat flavor with juniper bacon lard or bacon (you will go better if you first put bacon in the freezer, you will be better prepared holes to poke), season with salt and place it on the bottom of the roasting pan, where you’ve got about half the butter and vegetables. Put in the rest of the chopped vegetables, peeled ginger, pepper, allspice, thyme, bay leaf and butter. Finally, pour about 2 dl stock or water, add a tablespoon of vinegar, close the lid and let the mixture braise until tender. When the meat is tender, pour there cream with flour and have uncovered it into the oven hot at 200 degrees Celsius. At this temperature it bake for about 20 minutes until a crust, and do not forget to pour the remaining cream (and beware, flour settles, so you always need to mix it again!). When the meat is browning, remove it from the pan, select beads seasoning, add a little water or broth and vegetables mix to a smooth cream. The amount of water in this case it depends on how thick sauce you like. Depending on your taste, you can flavor a little bit of lemon juice.


UKRAINEN NATIONAL FOOD Borshch Ingredients: • • • • • • • • • • • •

1kg beef (on the bone) 2 liters water 50 ml vegetable oil 1 beet (boil) 1 onion 200g cabbage 1 carrot Parsley to taste 2 garlic cloves 2 bay leaves Salt to taste 2 tablespoons tomato paste

Ukrainen FarmCheese Pancakes by Arsen, Natasha, Marina, Nikita

Prepare all the ingredients. Put the beet in a small saucepan, cover with water (the water should completely cover the beet) and boil until cooked. Take a medium sized saucepan, put a piece of beef (preferably use a piece of beef with bone) in it and cover with water. The water should completely cover the beef, while it is boiling. Remove the foam, which allocates while water is boiling. As soon as the water starts to boil reduce heat and simmer for an hour and a half without a lid. At the end add some salt. If you wish, you can add spices or a little vinegar to remove the peculiar smell of boiled meat.

Chop the cabbage. Grate peeled raw carrot. Grade boiled beet. Chop the onion finely. Heat the vegetable oil in a frying pan. Fry the onion for 2-3 minutes over medium heat. Add the cabbage. Add some salt and cook the cabbage and onion for 5-6 minutes over medium heat. Add the carrot. Add the tomato paste, stir, cover the pan with a lid and stew for 4-5 minutes over medium heat. Add some fresh parsley. Squeeze a couple of cloves of garlic. Take the meat out of the broth, cut into cubes and let it cool down. Carefully put the vegetables from the pan in the broth. Put the broth with vegetables on the fire, add the bay leaf, bring to the boil and cook over medium heat for 25-30 minutes. Add the grated beet and diced meat, remove the saucepan from heat, cover and let it infuse for 10-15 minutes. Check for salt. Serve with sour cream and bread. by Katia


TURKISH NATIONAL FOOD National drink Ingredients: • yogurt • water • salt Put some yogurt in a bowl. Add some water and salt in it. Shake them well. Stir it until you see bubbles on it. Add some water. Then your drink is ready. Pour it in a glass and enjoy it! by Emre Ayran

Manti Ingredients: 1.Prepare the dough with some flour, water and salt 2. Make phyllo dough 3.Cut the dough into pieces 4.Put tiny meat into little pieces 5.Put the dough into boiling water. Boil it for 15 minutes 6.Put some pieces into a plate, add some garlic yoğurt on it. BON APPETITE! by Selime and her friends

Turkish karniyarik recipe


Cultural foods of Turkey Good to know

We make lots of foods from meat and mince. Lahmacun: It is also called Turkish Pizza in Europe

Döner is the main thing to make meat foods like iskender, kebab. It is fried by turning next to fire. It is made of meat or chicken.

Şiş Kebab = Shish Kebab

PİDE is made of mince and dough İSKENDER is a popular food made of meat


DURUM There is meat, lettuce, onion, pepper in it.

DOLMA This is stuffed pepper and rice in it. We love eating it.

Ayran is made of yogurt and water

Turkish tea: We always drink tea in the morning İn the afternoon İn the evening Some people add sugar Some not

SIMIT Simit is a traditional food. It is made of dough and sesame.

MANTI Yummy!! Turkish woman can do it by Themselves from dough and Mince in it.

Our famous Turkish Cofee Aıt is strong. After drinking it, We comment on The images of the Coffee and we Can tell about our Future

Turkish desserts: We like to eat them after meals.


FRENCH NATIONAL FOOD Gratins Dauphinois Preparation time: 25 minutes Cooking time: 60 minutes

Ingredients: • • • • • • • •

1.5 kg of potatoes 2 cloves garlic 30 cl of cream 100 g of butter 1 l of milk nutmeg salt Pepper

Chop the garlic very finely. Bring to a boil in a saucepan the milk, garlic, salt, pepper and nutmeg then plunge in the potatoes and cook 10 to 15 min, depending on their firmness. Preheat the oven to 180 ° C (thermostat 6) and butter a gratin dish.

Preparation of the recipe: Peel, wash and cut the potatoes into thin slices (do not wash them after cutting them, because the starch is necessary for a correct consistency).

Flemish stew Ingredients: • • • • • • • •

1.5kg of beef 1L of beer 300g of onions 3 spoons of flour 2 spoons of brown sugar 3 slices of gingerbread 2 spoons of mustard Salt and peper

Place the drained potatoes in the dish. Cover with cream, then arrange small nuts of butter on top. Bake for 50 min to 1 hour of cooking.

Put the meat with oil and butter in the pot. Just put the chopped onions with it. Add the flour, mix a little bit and cover with the beer salt and peper. Stew that during 2 hours. In a bowl mix the brown sugar, mustard and the gingerbread mix all that and add the meat. Bake during 1 hour. And now you can taste it! With french fries or potato!


Gratins Dauphinois

Flemish stew

Terderloin with «maroilles»

Beef Bourguignon


Terderloin with «maroilles» Maroilles is a french cheese made in the north of France, it’s not liked by everyone because it has a strong odour but when it’s in your mouth it’s not strong as it was,

Ingredients: • • • • •

250g of maroilles 50 cl of cream 1 onion 10 cl of white wine 2 terderloin of pig

Fry the chopped onion and add the cubes of terderloin, when they are gilded add the white wine. Cook and cover for 20 minutes. In a bowl cut the maroilles in small part and mix with the cream. Check the cooking. When the terderloin are baked put the maroilles and the cream with the terderloin, the maroilles will melt progressively, It’s ready when the sauce is smooth, you can serve it with pastas, rice or potatos. Good appetite.

Beef Bourguignon : Ingredients:


HUNGARIAN NATIONAL FOOD Meals in Hungary In Hungary breakfast is not a big meal. For example we just eat bread with butter or we eat cereals, rolls. Sometimes we eat eggs, too, but we don’t have much time in the morning so we don’t eat it a lot of times. School starts early so we don’t eat for a long time. Our usual drink is coffee, milk or cocoa. Nearly all adults drink coffee for breakfast. We drink tea too, but it’s not like the English tea. Lunch is the main meal. A lot of people go to a restaurant. Children go to the school canteen. Lunch has 2 or sometimes 3 parts in Hungary. The first one is the starter. We usually eat soup. For example fish soup, egg soup, goulash soup, broth and so on. Goulash soup is a Hungarian speciality. It’s made from stew, noodles, onion, potato and from Hungarian red pepper. Then comes the main course. The main course in Hungary is usually nutritious. We usually eat meat with smashed potato, chips or rice. We eat our Hungarian food, too, like stew with noodles. In our foods we put a lot of paprika. Hungarian dishes are always hot. We eat international dishes too. For example hamburger, pizza, hot dog and other junk food and there are fast food restaurants, too, like McDonald’s, KFC and so on. Unfortunately people in Hungary are starting to become addicted to them, but it’s really unhealthy. For lunch we drink (mineral) water, juice or sometimes adults drink wine or champagne at the restaurants. Sometimes we eat desserts, too. It is the third part of the lunch. We eat cakes, chocolate, candies or pancake. There are Hungarian desserts too, like zserbó. Zserbó is made from chocolate cream, jam, walnut and other things which are needed for other cakes, too. At Christmas time we eat szaloncukor, too. It’s a small stuffed chocolate in beautiful wrapping paper. In Hungary instead of tea we eat “uzsonna”. We eat it at about 4 o’ clock. At this time we eat cereals, fruit and bread with jam. Nowadays a lot of people don’t have uzsonna. We have our dinner at 6 o’ clock, but in Hungary dinner is a quick meal. We just eat cereals, eggs, sausages and so on. We eat with our family like in Britain. We always eat our dinner at home. Don’t forget you are what you eat! by André


Töltött Káposzta (Stuffed Cabbage

Recipe: Rice: • 166 ml water • salt • 100g rice - white (dry) • Make it half-cooked then add to filling Filling: • 333g Pork meat (minced) • 1 red onion • 1 garlic • 1 egg • 1 teaspoon black pepper • 1 teaspoon cumin • 1 tablespoon paprika powder • Mix them together with the rice and fill the sour cabbage leaves Into Saucepan: • Cooking oil • 1 onion • 1 clove of garlic • 0,6 tablespoon paprika powder • 1 piece of sausage • 133g flitch • 400g sour cabbage (sliced thin) • 2 pieces of bay leaf • Heat the oil and add all the ingredients Place the filled sour cabbage leaves in and cover them with some sour cabbage Add 333ml water water and cook it for about 90 minutes. by Bánk


Halászlé and Túrós csusza (fish soup and pasta with cottage cheese) This is a traditional Hungarian menu. Halászlé can be made hot, because some people like it. If you want to eat túrós csusza sweet you put powdered sugar on it and when you want to eat it salty you can put some roasted bacon on it.They are very delicious.

Ingredients:

Halászlé 1. Thoroughly clean, then cut up the tomatoes, the pepper and the red onion! 2. Put the fish and the vegetables into a pot and spice it! Then boil it for 45 minutes! 3. Pound the vegetables into a pot! 4. Slice the fish into bands! 5. Put the fish to the pounded vegetables and put water in it! Then spice it! Cook for 10 minutes! 6. Serve the soup in plates.

• • • • • • • •

1 pepper 2 tomatoes 4 medium onion 1 teaspoonful whole black pepper 7 heaped teaspoonful seasoning paprika 3 teaspoonful salt 1,6 l water 400 gramme fish


Túrós csusza Recipe: Buy pasta in the supermarket! Boil the pasta! When if it’s ready, put cottage cheese and sour creme, and you can put sugar or bacon to the top

Made by: Enci and Juliana


Good appetite! appetite! Good


SCHOOL


HIGH SCHOOL EPID EPID is a high school where you can pass

professional, technological or general exam entitled “BAC”, which is an equivalent of the A level... EPID proposes different scientific BAC: there are three ways. • Genaral: BAC S SVT (science of life and earth) or BAC S SI (science of engineer) • Technological: BAC STI2D (science technology and sustainable development) or STL (science and laboratory technique) • Professional: CAP C.I.P CAP R.C.I BAC PRO M.E.L.E.C. BAC PRO M.E.I BAC PRO S.N. BAC PRO T.C.I BAC PRO T.U. Finally, In this high school, teachers are respected and rather cool, they are following pupils and explaining clearely. In this structure, you can find an information center called “CDI”, a cafeteria, and a sport Hall. There are many laboratory because it’s a scientific school. Pupils can do some specific lesson like european section, sport section or theater. For further information, you can check the EPID website with this link: http:// www.epid.


MUSTAFA KEMAL SECONDARY SCHOOL DUZCE, TURKEY Our school is located in the heart of the city center. There is a stadium, a park, a shopping center around the school. It is a big and crowded one. We have 80 teachers and around 1500 students. Students come to school in turns. The morningers (how we call) start school at 7.30 am and end at 1.05 pm. Then the nooners (how we call) have lessons from 1.15 to 6.50 pm. All classes have smart boards and internet connection. We have a science lab, a gym, a music and a ict room, two canteens at school.


SCHOOL OF UKRAINE

SCHOOL OF HUNGARY


AFTER

SCHOOL


WHAT TO DO AFTER SCHOOL IN CZECH REPUBLIC? Do you want to know what Czech students do after school? Student´s Life has a lot of different pages. Some students need to learn after school, or help their parents at home, but nowadays these things very few students do. I think I can speak for 90% of the students that learning is the least fun activity to spend your free time after school, far after shopping,doing sports, not learning ..etc. Many of us come home, throw the bag with textbooks somewhere in the corner of our room and goes to sit at the computer and play games, or write to friends who they saw a few minutes ago at school, through social networks. But there are among us some who come home and sit with an open book somewhere where there isn´t so busy. A lot of gitsl like watching series (Teen wolf, American horror stories, Skins, Vampire diaries, The walking dead, Once upon a time..etc), anime (Death note, Mirai Nikki etc.) or movies (Fifty shades of grey, Deadpool, The conjuring, Suicide squad, Alice in wonderland etc.) Boys favorite activities are for example football, hockey or basketball and other sports. There are so many activities that we students do when we leave the school building, but I think it would be too boring to write them all here. I hope that many of you have found yourselves in these few activities that I introduced. And remember-learning always takes precedence but sometimes we need to shut down.

AND IN TURKEY?

We ride a bike

We play football

We have dinner

We have rest

We do homework

by Emre Şahinşah Yusuf Ceylan from Turkey


WHAT TO DO AFTER SCHOOL IN FRANCE? Greeting I my name is Matthis. After school I often do sports which are rowing.

What is rowing? It is nautical sports played on a man-made lake done up generally, where a craft which is projected with the aid of oar. It’s sports which are played a lot in France and besides in the city where I practice, Gravelines elected the better sports city. I practice rowing therefore on the park of l’Aa. It has been 2 years since I practice it. This sports is really interesting becose it is possible to have as well a cooperative side as personnel.

by Matthis


Hello,

Hello,

we show you what are the different activities and do people from our classroom like playing football, hand ball . Most of them play video games. In Dunkirk we can buy video games. But our favourite activity is listen and play music. And we can do some music too. In Dunkirk we can do sports too. by Louis and Paul


WHAT TO DO AFTER SCHOOL IN UKRAINE? ARCHERY Let’s talk about our favourite after school activity. When I’m not at school I love to do sport, I like running, I like to play Basketball, Handball, but more than that, I love Archery. I practice Archery since 2007, I begin with a bare bow (with a grip, two limbs and a string). Two years later, my coach authorized me to mount a stabilizer with two little stabilizer to stabilize laterally and a bow sight. Now I use a compound bow which is more precise and has more power. The compound bow is more precise because he has a peep sight and a bow sight with a magnifying glass, and it has a lot of power because of the wheel cam who are holding the power back.

Free time in Ukraine


KNOW

DO YOU

?


DO YOU KNOW ABOUT TURKEY? Turkey is not an Arab country. Geographically Turkey sits between Europe and Asia.

Istanbul is the only city on two continents; Asia and Europe. No one wears a Fez in Turkey since 1925.

When Europeans first saw turkeys in America, they thought it was a guinefowl. These birds were thought to have come from Turkey. They named it Turkey fowl.That’s why turkeys are called turkey.

There is neither desert nor camel in Turkey.

A Turkish word worths 17 English word. Çekoslavakyalılaştıramadıklarımızdan mısınız? is the longest Turkish World which means ‘Are you one of those people whom we tried-unsuccessfully to make resemble the citizens of Czechoslovakia? :)


The first church was built in Turkey. It is the world’s oldest church.

Santa Claus was born in Patara,Turkey.

Turks answer their phones saying ‘My Master’.

Tulips are originated from Turkey. Turks gave Dutch their famous tulips. in the 16th century.

The holy house of Virgin Mary who gave birth to Jesus is in Izmir, Turkey.


Istanbul Grand Bazaar is the largest bazaar in the world where there are 4000 shops and 64 streets.

Noah’s Ark has landed in Mount Ararat which is in Turkey.

Ashure is a traditional dessert which is believed to be made by Noah by cooking whatever he finds when he sets his ark.

Turkey is responsible for 80% of the world’s hazelnut exports.

When you are invited to a Turkish home for dinner, you need to bring some dessert with you.


65 Turkish chefs cooked the world’s largest omelette.

Turkey introduced coffee to Europe.

Turks famous drink is tea. They drink it every time of the day.

Turks eat fresh baked bread every year.

Yogurt was invented by Turks. The word yogurt was originated from Turkish word ‘yoğurt’. by MUSTAFA KEMAL SECONDARY SCHOOL DUZCE / TURKEY


10th November Ataturk’s Death Anniversary Every year on 10th November, we commemorate Ataturk who died in 1938. He founded the Turkish Republic in 1920 after too many battles and fights against our enemies in the World War I. He is such a great person that ww all admire him, because he saved us and also changed our lifestyles to a modern one with many ways. He all miss him‌. The most interesting thing with at 9.05 am (the time he died) this day on 10th November is all the Turkish people at home,schools, on the ways stop and stand still for 2 minutes to show respect for him. Programmes are made in every part of Turkey to commemorate him. You can watch our video about the 10th November.


Republic Day of Turkey To achieve national recognition on the Republic Day on October 29 every year, we celebrate this national day with pleasure. On this day ceremonies are organized in all parts of our country and in our schools, speeches are made, poems are read and feasts are provided. The seventeenth of November the Czechoslovak Republic celebrate this public holiday called Struggle for Freedom and Democracy Day. More events happened at this date. The first event is Velvet Revolution and the second event is International Students’ Day.Both of these events are important for the Czech Republic because we are reminding the liberation of Czech from communism and tragic events which happened at this date.

Armistice 11 november The armistice was signed the 11th november 1918, It means the end of battle, of first world war. The victory of allies and the defeat of germany, but it is not a capitulation. The cease fire took place at 11 o’clock, bells ringed the end of the war, after 18,6 million of dead and invalids. German generals meet allies, in a restaurent waggon to signe the armistice. Later the 28 of june in Versaille the peace convention of versailes will be signed, it was officialy the end of the war.


CULTURAL FACTS ABOUT UKRAINE

The flag of Ukraine. Yellow colour means the field of wheat, and the blue one symbolises the blue sky above it.

Snowball tree is a bush that symbolises Ukraine. There is a belief that it protects the family from evil. So people usually plant snowball tree next to their houses. Kiev is the capital of Ukraine.The population of Kiev - 2,908,614 people

Greetings in Ukrainian • • • •

Good morning = Dobrogo ranku Good afternoon = Dobrogo dnia Good night = Dobry vechir How are you? = Yak spravy?


Where we are

Anthem


Vegan day in Ukraine


The city of Lviv by Marina


INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT HUNGARY

Budapest is the capital city. The building of the Hungarian parliament Dome: 27 meters high, 20 meters in diameter. 114 years old. Szechenyi Chain bridge: • Length: 380 meters • Width : 14 meters • Age 167 years


PĂŠcs 25-storey building 42 years old. It has been demolished.

Cella Septichora

ancient Christian tomb Width of 17,45 meters, Length of 22,45 meters World Heritage


Lake Balaton 77 kilometers long and 7,5 kilometers wide The biggest lake in Central Europe.


Kékestető Height 1014 meters This is the highest point of Hungary.

by Kornél and Matyi


FACTS ABOUT CZECHIA There’s about 43 000 km of hiking trails. There’s over 2 000 castles and palaces in the Czech republic. Almost all of our state borders are formed by mountains. Only 19% of Czech believe in God. Average Czech drinks 7 beers weekly. We were 3rd nation in Space (After Americans and Russians). Czech is the only language which uses Ř and Ě. Contact lenses invented Czech inventor Otto Wichterle. Longest name of a town in Czechia is Nová Ves u Nového Města na Moravě.

International Students’ Day-Czech republic Recalls the tragic events that occurred from October 28 to November 17 (1938). We celebrate it every year. -Eva Zindlerova

Special Days in October and November


HALLOWEEN TRADITIONS 2500 years ago, Halloween was an irish festival to celebarate the end of the year. Because of the potatoe disease in 1845, Irish people migrated to the USA and they still celebrate Halloween and today it’s celebrate in a lot of countries. It’s an event during which children who wear as a zombie, a witch or a ghost, go to houses of people and they demand « Trick or treat ! ». The main symbol of Halloween is the pumpkin but before it was the turnip.

1 November – Hungary All people go to the graveyard on this day. We remember the dead people and we light candles.

Halloween - France In France, Halloween is the 31st Octobre. I think the teenagers like this because you can meat other people. When Halloween, the people go on the street with Halloween costum, like ghost, witch, vampire, scary costum. They knock at the door and say a famous sentence: “ A candy or a fate”. This celtic celebration consist to effraid the young children.


LET’S HAVE

FUN


FUNPAGE


TAARE ZAMEEN PAR Stars Aamir Khan, Darsheel Safary, Tisca Chopra, Type drama Summary He cldern different because distinguis. Him help make.

More

clever. Him art teacher

My thought My fovorite is taare zameen par. I think it is magnificient. I like the music of taare zameen par.


3 METRES ABOVE THE SKY” Hello,

I want to tell you about my favourite movie. This film is very intresting and incredible! Actors were playing perfectly and it is one of the reasons why this film is great. There weren’t any second that I was bored when I was watching it. So, it is a drama movie about first love. As all standart films, good girl falls in love with bad boy. I don’t deny, the story is magnificent. All these races on motorcycles, quarrels with parents, escaping from school. All this is romantic and wonderful. But the ending of the movie disappointed me. They broke up . Soon she will marry with another guy and this is all. I recommend you to watch this film because it is so impressive and splendid! I believe, you’ll enjoy it at all.

by Natasha Ukraine


HOT TRENDS: WHAT TO WEAR IN 2017 ? Pop art and outrageous Denim has long ceased to be a conventional material. This season, you can be inspired by denim style and choose several denim things for yourself. They can be worn alone or combined with each other. It would be a crime not to mention the colorful and flamboyant prints: comic, pop-art, modern. In the summer can be a good break and allow yourself a little crazy drawings. Just be careful. Your image should look ironic, but not ridiculous. Practice at home, try on a few options. Talk with a friend whose taste you trust.

by Natasha, Ukraine


MY FRIENDS AND OUR CLOTHES

Look at Laura. She has got leggings with stars,a shirt and black shoes. Look at Julia.She’s got jeans, black boots and a black sweater. Kami’s got a black sweater too,jeans too and white shoes. Virág has got a red shirt, dark blue jeans and black shoes. Dorina ( me ) has got a shirt with stars,light blue jeans and a dark blue jacket.

by Dorina, Hungary



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