dissabte, 20 de desembre de 2008

video

a new video


Send your own ElfYourself eCards

diumenge, 14 de desembre de 2008

dancing

dancing an elf


Send your own ElfYourself eCards

dissabte, 13 de desembre de 2008

December 2008

Well it's been a lovely but cold falls and now we are almost at Christmas holidays... I hope everybody is enjoying it.

dilluns, 10 de novembre de 2008

video

videos

dissabte, 28 de juny de 2008

Summer

Now we are in the summer.... let's see what can we do... If you want just write some lines...
I live on the edge on Gavà and Viladecans both have beaches...
About Viladecans beaches
it's 2,7 km long and with and extension of 290.000 m2, from the stream mouth of Remolar to the Murtra lake. A pine forest, pine shed trees , planted to fix the dunes, separetes the beach from the rest of the space.
It's a natural beach next very close to ecological ecosystems, and it keeps the dune area in its natural state it is almost a virginal place, with no houses or buildings due to the airport neighbourhood.
While about Gavà:
A fine sandy beach with excellent services and communications
Gavà beach, some 3,551 m long and covering an area of 200,704 m2, not only provides visitors with perfect sand and sea, but also all the facilities and services necessary for the ideal holiday.
And here there all kind of place to stay, eat, drink....

dijous, 19 de juny de 2008

Enquesta

Respecte a l'ús del bloc en l'aula es valora positivament:
La posibilitat de poder fer comentaris
El fet de recollir activitats fetes pels alumnes
La proposta d'activitat que es fa.

Es demana com a millorar que hi hagi informació sobre el propi bloc

dimarts, 17 de juny de 2008

LAST DAYS OF COURSE

IT HAS BEEN A PLEASURE TO BE ABLE TO SHARE OPINIONS WITH ALL YOU AT THE SAME TIME THAT WE GO LEARNING ENGLISH.

I WISH YOU HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYBODY!

HOLIDAYS

Hello to all!
In the first place I mean that has been a beautiful experience to be able to share opinions with you and lastly that you have some good holidays and we see each other in september.

A greeting to all!



CRISTIAN

dilluns, 16 de juny de 2008

Farewell

Hey everyone, the school classes are finally over. We are going to get our grades this Thursday and I heard that there will be a party, though I'm not sure.

I'm writing the last post just to say goodbye. I enjoyed reading your post and learning from your culture, traditions, food and places a lot.

I hope you liked my posts too. I wrote about many different things. I also enjoyed discussing with you.

It has been fun, take care. I'm glad we met.

By the way, good look against Croatia. I hope Poland gets into quarter finals.

Dani.

diumenge, 15 de juny de 2008

Expo Zaragoza 2008


A new water festival
The International Exposition site is located within the Ranillas Meander, to the west of the city of Zaragoza, surrounded by the banks of the River Ebro....
You can read more at the e-zine... a trip from Barcelona
or visit the web, you can clic on the logo or from HERE

divendres, 13 de juny de 2008

See you soon

Hi everybody... in Barcelona we have finished the school year. Yesterday was the last class and next Thursday we will have a party at school.
We can posted several recipes in our magazine and posted several new post in our blog. We are looking forward you posts.
I would like to ask you two things:
1. why are there so many Polish surnames ending with ki?
2. What's the meaning of that l (letter L) with a strip on it? some kind of stress? a new letter? a different kind of l?

My students may keep in touch using the blogs next weeks.

Thank you and see you soon... We enjoy chatting with you.
Mr Rius

dijous, 12 de juny de 2008

Recipes on the e-zine

Hi everybody , I' ve written a little description of my favourite dish, I invite you to visit the e-magazine and tell me what is your favourite recipe.
Maria

MY FAVORITE DISH

Salmon with sautéed vegetables to the plate:

- 400g Salmon.
- 500g of vegetables ( Carrots , Zucchini , Green peppers).
- 3 Large spoonfuls of olive oil.
- 15g Basil.
- 10g Parsley.
- 2 Garlic cloves.

Length 10/15 minutes ready to eat.


Cristian

Diet habits

These can be a list of a weekly shopping list.

Two adults and 2 children


Vegetables cereals proteins other

8/10 pieces of tomato

1 piece of eggplant

1 piece of zucchini

2 pieces small onions

3 pieces of carrot

1 red sweet pepper

1 green pepper

1 bag 500g frozen broccoli

1 head of garlic

500g of green beans

2 pieces of lettuce

5 pieces of apple

6 pieces of banana

5 pieces of peaches

1 big natural pieapple

1kg of seasonal fruit (cherries, strawberries, apricots, melon, water melon...)

5 Kg of potatoes

1 Kg of rice

1 Kg of macaroni

6 packets of biscuits 750g

500g chocolate cereal (breakfast)

1 packet of chocolate biscuits 500g

5 whole wheat baguettes (bread) .

1 package bread (in slices for toasts) 750g

500g of chicken breast

500g of Turkey burgers

500g of pork tenderloin

1kg of beef

1 bag of frozen salmon 750g.

2 bags of frozen hake 500g

2 slices of fresh tuna

2 slices of fresh mere

8 eggs

250 g of ham

200g cured ham

7 liters of milk

1/2 liter of oil

1 sugar 250g

some sweetener

1 cocoa 200g

1 packte of coffee

2. bottles 8l. mineral water

4 cans of beer

2 liters of orange juice

1 bottle of wine

18 flavour yogurts

250g light cheese

blueberry light jam

200g of Margarine/ or butter

some Ketchup

some Mustard

some Mayonaise

2 cans of fried tomato

dilluns, 9 de juny de 2008

EXPERIENCE TRAVELLING

The most negative experience that I have had travelling by plane was:

The flight Barcelona ( Spain ) - Sofia ( Bulgaria ) with a stop at Paris ( France ) . First when making the scale in Paris the air plane had already left and I had to wait 3 hours in the airport of Paris for a new plane, when it left I had to make another stop in Prague ( Czec Rep ) and from Prague to Sofia. I Arrived at 23H 55 min. when I should have had to arrived at 19H o ´clock more or less and to make matters worse the baggage stayed back in Prague.


CRISTIAN

My favourite Recipe

Hi, What about writing about our favourite cooking recipe. We can write here and then pass it to the e-zine. Dani did it and there's a "special" recipe for cooking a Paella..
Hem estat treballant es classes sobre les receptes en anglès. Els d'informàtica han fet noves propostes. Si us sembla usem aquest bloc com a plataforma base.
Molt bones les reflexions en les enquestes de les receptes. Ha guanyat sense rival la PAST, incedeible! entre els joves sí l'hagués dit però....

dilluns, 2 de juny de 2008

My favourite place

The place I like the most is Palma de Mallorca. I haven't been in many different places so I can really say this place is the best. But so far I love it.

I know this place because I lived there for many years.

divendres, 30 de maig de 2008

Last long weekend


This last bank holiday, my family and me, went to Andorra. We went by car. After three hours of pleasant travel, we arrived to Andorra. We were in our hotel, called El Pedral;. It is a hotel done with stone. Andorra is a beautiful place. My children enjoyed very much walking in its green mountains. There was snow and my children had a sledge. They played a lo with it. I hope we will can come back next year.

Ana Romera

Central Park

My favorite place is Central Park ( New York ) , It was 4 years ago more or less than I could visit it and it is an incredible experience, to see a great green area inside an enormous city!!! , as well as its sky-scrapers.

I like it a lot for the quantity of activities that you can be made apart from going for a walk: to run , to Skate , ride on a bicycle , to play Baseball , to play soccer...It is like being inside a movie


CRISTIAN

dijous, 29 de maig de 2008

A LOVELY PLACE


All the north coast of Scotland you can find the best cliffs of the world .You can feel like the nature beat into the rocks .Usually there are rest of the old castles next to the abyss and you can dream you was in a old battle. You see a brave and blue sea next a green fields without the large beach of Mediterranean’s coast .

Gema

MY FAVOURITE PLACE



MY FAVOURITE PLACE

I have a favourite restaurant . It is called “Venecia”. I have eaten the best pizzas and the best lasagnes. The problem is that manyl people know it and the restaurant is always full . Now it isn’t the same. There is too many people and noise.

Ana Romera


The favourist place

Sitges

I like Sitges is a beautiful city of Catalonia. It has some museuns, beaches and restaurants.
I like walking along the streets and visit the old colleagues of work.
I like the shops and street market.
M Angeles

diumenge, 25 de maig de 2008

Long weekend

The 1st of May bank holiday Iwas working in the Internacional Tennis Federacion in Cornella de Llobregat ( Barcelona ). I worked from 8h o´clock up to 15h o´clock and in the afternoon at 20:45h there was a basketball match (F.C.Barcelona-Polaris Murcia). So it wasn't a long weekend for me.
Cristian

dimarts, 20 de maig de 2008

1 ST MAY


1 ST MAY

Last weekend, I went with my family and some friends to my appartment in Arenys de Mar a little village near Barcelona in the Maresme Coast. We could enjoy the sun in the beach but the see was still cold for a swimming. However my daughter wanted to check that, and she enjoyed her first swim this year. Saturday I went to work with my husband because it is the day that I need more sell assistants and staff to sell. We came back in the evening and we finished my short holidays .

Gema

dimecres, 7 de maig de 2008

A trip to Mallorca

Hello.. One of Sant Boi students has added an inetresting photo article in the e-zine. It's about Majorca, an island near Barcelona. It's another interesting way to show articles. I invite you all to visit the e-zine.
And there's a new forum open to all your comments.
Rius

divendres, 25 d’abril de 2008

SYMBOLS of BIALYSTOK



Coat of arms and flag of Bialystok


Boguslaw

dijous, 24 d’abril de 2008

Sant Jordi's Day

Each 23rd April Sant Jordi’s Day is celebrated in all Catalonia. It is a special day, men give a rose to their couple and women give them a book. In the street there are a lot of stands with roses of different colours red, yellow and blue, and stands with all kinds of books.
Maria

SANT JORDI

Yesterday was Sant George's day and in the daughter’s school there was a writing compopsition competition. It was a short poem , two sentence, they are called “rodoli “ here in Catalonia , an my daughter was Very happy because she won the second prize.
Antonia Díaz

SANT JORDI'S DAY

SANT JORDI’S DAY

23rd of April, it is a holiday day. All people must work but, when they finish to work, they can go to walk for the street. The bookshops sell books in the streets. The girls buy books for their boyfriends. The boys give a rose to their girlfriend., there are people is selling roses in all streets, too.

Ana Romera

Sant Jordi's Day

That day I went to village centre for a walk . In the street I found the bookshop’s stands where in that day you can find especial prices a 10% reduction (books have always a fix price). The tradition is very chauvinist: a book for men a rose for women. I had to buy a book to my husband but he doesn’t like reading. I bought a book for me like a present for him. My daughter enjoyed this day in the school with special activities like going out and a literature contest or workshops.
Gema

dimarts, 22 d’abril de 2008

Saint George Day

23rd April.. Saint George's day... or roses and books... (top right select language)


click to view an animation

La Diada de Sant Jordi, also known as el dia de la rosa (The Day of the Rose) or el dia del llibre (The Day of the Book) is a Catalan holiday celebrated on April 23 as lovers day with some unique twists that show the ancient practice of this day. The main event is the exchange of gifts between sweethearts, loved ones and respected ones. Historically, men gave their girlfriends and wives roses, and women gave their boyfriends and husbands a book to celebrate the occasion. In modern times, the mutual exchange of books is quite often. Roses have been associated with this day since medieval times. Barcelona is an important publishing capital in both Catalan and Spanish.


Saint George Day

divendres, 18 d’abril de 2008

BIalystok City Festival

Every year in the end of June in Białystok takes place city festival, which is also name-day of Jan Klemens Branicki - the noble, under whose control Białystok had transformed from village to important town in region. It has almost 250 years tradition: first market was organised in 1749 when Branicki got right to do so from the King.

The Long May Weekend

The May Weekend in Poland takes place usually from 1st May (as in whole in Poland it's a Labour Day) till 3rd May, but could be longer (many of people takes their vacations to have May Weekend as long as it is possible).
3rd May in Poland is quite important national and religious festival: on this day in 1791 was codified Polish constitution, which is recognised as first in Europe and world's second (after USA) .
May Weekend is commonly considered as a beginnig of a grilling season and last such as long break before holidays.
Miłka&Andrzej

Something else about Supraśl

At 28 december 2001 finished some stage of life city Supraśl. In this day adjudicated by city titre spa.

our restaturants

hi I'm Paula I want to explain you our rastaurant in Białystok city:) We've many interesting places where we can go when we're bored. First restaurant is Sioux this is new place with cowboy style. There is very good food and nice atmosphere if you will be in Białystok you must check it

dijous, 17 d’abril de 2008

Trip to Valencia


Last week I went on holidays with my husband to see the Museum of the Arts and the Sciences in Valencia. We wanted to see the building of the famous Valencian architector Santiago Calatrava. I was impressed by the building. We also visited the Oceanographic from the same architector and the dolphinarium which was wonderful.
We went to Valencia by bus from Peniscola. Our hotel was in Peniscola . It is 135 kilometres form Valencia . Peniscola is near Benicarlo . The beach boulevard is 9 kilometres long.
We went to Peniscola on the 4th it was 3 hours by bus. The hotel was wonderful, a 5 star hotel. There were 3 dancing rooms, an Italian restaurant, a garden restaurant, 3 swimming pools, one is a heated one, a spa centre, with hamman and sauna, a mini golf, piano bar…..

dimarts, 15 d’abril de 2008

Travel guides

We are trying to prepare a travel plan, but if you have time I suggest to visit the official Lonely Planet web page. There are several information about Poland ( not about Bialystok) and from Barcelona.
I suggest you to check the facts and write any comments about your own place and things that you think they are wrong. You can also ask more questions to your partners.
Just click on the links


Poland

Barcelona

Good luck
Rius

dilluns, 14 d’abril de 2008

Ski


Ski it's quite popular, even if it's an expensive sport. There are several ski resorts near Barcelona, between 90 to 360 minutes by car.
The first tele-ski was set up in La Molina 80 years ago. You can go to la Molina resort by train from Barcelona, it's the line between Barcelona and Puigcerdà.
The photo is from the twenties.

diumenge, 13 d’abril de 2008


Królowy Most- village In Poland located on the Płoska river in podlaskie voivodeship, in Białystok county, in Gródek commune approximately 25 km near Białystok. On 1975-1998 years .
On 1975-1998 town belonged administratively for Białystok administratively.

The village Has a summer charakter. Earlier it was called Annopol, later Janapol- this name is connected with Jan III Sobieski- Polish king.
Across Królowy Most leeds tourist routes: the Wzgórze Świętojańskie route and Napoleoński route..
Near village were many wars In 1807, 1831, 1863.
In the village and its the nearest neighbourhood made film U Pana Boga za piecem and “U Pana Boga w ogródku”.

Historical monuments


Chapel of Saint Anna from 1840 year
An orthodox church of Saint Anna from 1904-1928 in Byzantine style on a Greek cross plan, with three towers over the peaks. Inside we can see beautiful altar.

divendres, 11 d’abril de 2008

Games I like to play

Hey, the games I like to play the most are the first person shooter ones, online. I like to compete againts other players over the internet. The best game I've ever played is Empires, which is a HL2 modification.

The game consists on two factions that are on war, ones fighting for freedom and the others for the world domination.

It mixes the first person shooting with real-time strategy. There is a commander that leads their team, drops structures over the map like turrets or refineries, creates vehicles, gives enemy targets... etc. And the rest of the team fights on foot or using vehicles. It's a good game. If you own a copy of Half-Life 2 download this modification, it's free.

Białowieża Forest


The surface of whole forest crosses 150 tys. of h (from what in borders of Poland 62 tys. of h).

The fragments of forests about primitive character in Białowieskiej Forest kept only on European depression. Grądowe forests predominate in her (40%-47%) and mixed forests (33%). They create stand common spruce mainly (26%), ordinary pine (24%), black olsza (17%), szypułkowy oak (12%) as well as birch: verruculous and omszona (11%). They step out also: overbearing ash, lime - tree drobnolistna, ordinary clon and ordinary hornbeam. Deciduous trees step out in forest as congeneric stands, with rule seldom they create forest mixed. they create as congeneric stands, with rule forest forest mixed.

Many species in forest survived, which where they perished else where, it rises and many common trees form unparalleled nowhere else where there, lime -tree's np. reminding type czy willow's adolescent to 22 m oaks. One of oaks called with " the Tzar's Oak" grew to 42 m of height and 224 cm of thickness.they as congeneric stands, with rule create forest mixed.

It presence in forest was affirmed was over 12 tys. of animals' species, and it it was estimated was, it that fauna was recognized was in 50% only! It steps out there 58 mammals' species, 250 birds, 7 reptiles (m.in. muddy tortoise and spotty gniewosz), 13 amphibians, 32 fish, over 9000 insects, 331 spiders, 20 leeches.

Mammals are the best recognized group faunas. Aurochs is the "Visiting-card" of forest; his free herd crosses 300 arts. Such mammals step out there also, as: wolf, lynx, otter, badger, bats and rodents.


She the forest from surrounding terrains became together with in 1986 recognized for the Area of Protected Scenery about surface 860 km ^(2). The different forms of protection were hugged over 50% surface. It exists 20 reserves of nature about surface of 3208 h, 2 the animals' mainstays protected, 94 protective zones of the black stork's nests and the noisy orlika. It to national register of programme of protection genetic pool was written 401 trees. It over 1100 trees was recognise for monuments of nature.

Miłka

dimecres, 9 d’abril de 2008

Sobre el bloc. Enquesta

Enquesta sovre intercanvi etwinning.
En l'enquesta sobre els intercanvis fets amb els socis de Polònia s'ha valorat molt positivament la possibilitat d'intercanviar informació sobre els llocs d'interès, sobre els costums.
Respecte a l'ús del bloc.
Es valora com a molt fàcil de fer consultaes
Molt fàcil fer aportacions de manera no virtual
Es demana que augmentin el nombre d'etiquetes

dissabte, 5 d’abril de 2008

THE MONASTERY


The Monastery of the Annunciation in Supraśl also know as the Supraśl Lavra is a monastery in the Podlasie Voivodship.
Boguslaw

SYNAGOQUE inTYKOCIN


The synagoque in Tykocin, a village in the province of Bialystok, is an early Baroque masonry synagoque which was build in 1624 and restored between 1974 and 1978. The synagoque is now used as a museum. Tykocin is located 45 minutes from Bialystok.

Boguslaw
Emergent is jagiellonia 1920.Paints cloub is yellow end read.Stadium capital has 10 tyś people.

Cathedral


This is now the Cathedral. This beautiful neogothic church was built at the beginning of XX century by project of Jozef Pius Dziekonski. This church is very beautiful inside. There are too great stained glass windows. I think that the history of St. Fara Church is very interesting. In 19th century Poland was annexed by Prussia, Russia and Austria. Bialystok belonged to Russians. Polish people couldn`t build anything without Russians` permission... In 1899, after 39 year waiting period, city dwellers received a permit to build a little annexe to an old church in Bialystok...Later it turned out that this tiny annexe is many times as big as the main church. It is a "solid comment" on persecution that took place in Poland in 19th century... The "red" church this is annexe, the "white".... this is the main church. Now the church is the Cathedrale.
Magdalena Bartnicka, Nela Martonik

Narwiański Park Narodowy


The Narew National Park is located in the north-east of Poland and occupies a total area of 6810 ha. The Park was established on July 22, 1996 and occupies a part of the Narew valley between Suraz and Rzedziany. The park’s office is located in Kurowo in an antique manor house surrounded by an old rural park with numerous nature monuments.
The aim of the establishment of the Narew National Park was to protect the swampy Narew valley and its unique anastomosing river-system with richness of flora and fauna. Widespread, highly complicated systems of river channels have lead to the formation of a vast wetland ecosystem that nearly fills the entire valley bottom and forms a mosaic of flood plains, swamps and sandy mounds.

In total, 58 plants communities are found in the area. Marsh plants, mainly reed and pendulous sedge but also a huge number of aquatic plants dominate this area. Willows and beech-trees are found at the edges of the valley. More than 650 species of vascular plants represent the flora of the Park (including many protected species). The vegetation of the NNP is rich in species being under strict protection, e.g. Siberian iris, Greek valerian, common sundew, gladiolus, superb pink and orchids.
The Narew National Park and its buffer zones are a core bird life area of European importance. About 203 species of birds live in the various ecosystems. Moreover, the Narew valley is an important stop over for many migrating birds and provides excellent resting sites, particularly during spring time. Several of these species are threatened, including bittern, Montagu's harrier, great snipe, curlew, spotted crake, little crake, and aquatic warbler. The emblem of the National Park is the marsh harrier. Due to the unique diversity of the flora and fauna in the Narew National Park this area is an important site regarding the European Network of Natura 2000.
The Narew National Park is inhabited by 40 species of mammals, of witch the most characteristic ones - beaver and other are connected with water or marshy areas. The visitors can also meet elk, roe deer, wild boar, musk-rat, fox, raccoon dog, weasel, ermine, American mink, stone marten and others. Waters of the Narew River are inhabited by fish species including: pike, wels, roach, common bream, burbot and ide.
Jagiellonia it exists in 1920.Painst my club is yellow and read.Stadium is capasity 10 tys

Supraśl

Supraśl is a town located 16 km on northeast from Białystok. It's situated by the river, from which it gained its name, and surrounded by the Knyszyńska Forrest. Due to clearness of air, lack of heavy industry, unique climat and presence of valuable deposits of mineral waters is considered as good place to heal illnesses. It is also good place to sightseeing. The most important is orthodox Saint Mary monastery, founded in 16th century. The church was destroyed by the Nazis during the II WW, but recently i was finally rebuilded. While being around, it's necessary to enter the museum of orthodox ikons - one of biggest and most unique collection in Poland. Another place worth to see is a Bucholtz's Palace. Nowadays in this art nouveau style building is placed fine arts high school.
You can get to Supraśl by bus from Białystok
Andrew

Esperanto

Ludvic Lazarus Zamenhof
Esperanto derives its name from Doktoro Esperanto, the pseudonym under witch L.L Zamenchof published the first book of Esperanto the Unua Libro in 1887. The word esperanto means 'one who hopes' Zamenhof's goal was to create an easy and flexible language that would serve as a universal second language to foster peace and international understanding. Zamenhof was born on December 15, 1859 in the town of Bialystok in Poland.
Rafal

Zamenhof's Square

Mirosław

My name is Mirosław. I'm Polish. I live in Łapy. I'am 45 year old. I have wife and two children Paweł end Katarzyna. Paweł is 21 years old, and Katarzyna 18 years old. I like reading books, cooking and listening to pop music.

dimecres, 2 d’abril de 2008

fitxers del curs

Els fitxers del curs

En el moodle per una major i millor organització, cada curs té assignada una carpeta, un directori, on desar tots els fitxers relacionats. Aneu al curs del qual sou professors. Per accedir a aquesta carpeta només cal anar al bloc d’Administració i clicar sobre Fitxers:


Això us mostrarà quins fitxers hi ha al curs. Lògicament, un curs acabat de crear està completament buit, a la imatge següent teniu el del curs en el que esteu ara.


Carpetes que moodle pot crear dins de fitxers:

  • Carpeta backupdata. Quan es fa una còpia de seguretat manual d’un curs també es desa a la carpeta backupdata, de manera que el seu contingut són còpies de seguretat de diferent tipus (amb usuaris, sense usuaris, completes, parcials, etc.) i de diferents dates.El contingut de la carpeta backupdata no és accessible als estudiants, només hi pot accedir el professorat.
  • Carpeta moodata: Si heu afegit al curs alguna activitat que admet fitxers adjunts (un fòrum, una tasca amb enviament de fitxers, etc.) Moodle crearà automàticament una carpeta moddata. Dins d’aquesta carpeta moddata Moodle crea subcarpetes per a cada activitat, i, al seu interior, en crea de noves per desar-hi ordenadament els fitxers adjunts.

Com crear un directori

El recurs Visualitza un directori crearà una “finestra” que portarà directament al directori corresponent dels fitxers del curs de manera que se’n vegi el contingut.

  • El primer pas és crear aquest directori.
  • Per crear un directori cal anar al bloc d’Administració del curs i clicar Fitxers.
  • Toqueu el botó Crea una carpeta.
  • Això obre una pàgina que us informa on es crearà la carpeta i us demana que li doneu un nom, "documents" per l’exemple o el nom que volgueu. En acabar, premeu el botó Crea.

Podeu descarregar aquest vídeo fet amb wink per veure com es fan aquests passos

Ara ja teniu la carpeta creada i la podeu veure, ordenada pel nom, entre les altres carpetes del curs.

  • Feu clic sobre el seu nom per entrar-hi.

Ara el que convé és pujar-hi els fitxers, perquè de moment està buida.

  • Per això premeu el botó Penja un fitxer.

Veureu que apareix el formulari per pujar els fitxers,

  • cliqueu el botó Navega per buscar els fitxers desitjats a l’ordinador.
  • Quan el tingueu, seleccioneu-lo amb un clic i premeu el botó Obre: això farà que aparegui la ruta a la finestreta del formulari:
  • Si premeu el botó Penja aquest fitxer el pujareu a l’interior de la carpeta. Un cop és al servidor, ja el podeu visualitzar:

Podeu descarregar aquest vídeo fet amb wink per veure com es fan aquests passos

Si heu de pujar pocs fitxers, podeu repetir aquests passos les vegades que calgui, però si són molts és millor pujar un arxiu comprimit zip i descomprimir-lo a dins del moodle. També heu de tenir present el limit de grandària (8Mbytes). Si heu de pujar fitxers que excedeixen la mida permesa, poseu-vos en contacte amb l’administrador del vostre Moodle, que els pujarà directament per FTP.

Quan pugeu un arxiu zip observareu que a la dreta del seu nom apareixen diferents opcions: Unzip (descomprimeix), Llista (el contingut), Restaura (útil només pel cas de les còpies de seguretat) i Canvia el nom. Cliqueu Unzip per descomprimir-lo.


Creació d’un recurs Visualitza un directori

  • Situe-vos a la pàgina principal del vostre curs.
  • Activeu l’edició del curs prement el botó Activa l’edició que trobareu a la part superior dreta o, també, des del bloc Administració.
  • Escolliu el punt on voleu inserir el recurs, bé a la setmana o tema corresponent.
  • Aneu al menú Afegeix un recurs i desplegueu-lo.
  • Trieu l’opció Visualitza un directori
  • Aquesta acció fa que s’obri la pàgina d’edició del recurs.
  • Escriviu el Nom del recurs, que serà el que apareixerà en el curs i que pot ser el mateix que el del directori o qualsevol altre nom,
  • Podeu escriure un petit Resum
  • Escolliu del desplegable Visualitza un directori quin és el directori del qual voleu que es visualitzin el fitxers, "documents" en l’exemple o el que hagiu triat
  • Decidiu, si el voleu mostrar ara mateix o deixar-lo ara ocult i fer-lo visible més endavant a través de les opcions Mostra o Oculta del desplegable Visible.

Podeu descarregar aquest vídeo fet amb wink per veure com es fan aquests passos

Premeu el botó Desa el canvis per fer-los permanents.Veureu que se us obrirà el recurs amb la llista de fitxers, tal com el veuran els estudiants. L'estudiant només caldrà que faci clic sobre el nom de cada fitxer perquè el navegador el descarregui i us demani què en voleu fer, obrir-lo amb el programa corresponent o desar-lo al disc.

Si torneu al curs, veureu que el recurs directori queda identificat amb la icona d’una carpeta.

divendres, 28 de març de 2008

OUT DOOR MUSEUM


Bialystok's Village Museum it is outdoor museum.You can see historical wooden buildings, come from different places of Voivodship Podlasie. Outdoor museum is located 15 minutes from center of Bialystok.

Boguslaw

BRANICKI PALACE



Branicki Palace in Bialystok,the"Versailles of Podlachia"was built for Count Jan Klemens Branicki. Great Crown Hetman and patron of art and science, raised in French milieu of the Polish aristocracy who transformed a previous house into the suitably magnificent residence of a great Polish noble a rival to Wilanow, making start in 1726. he also laid out the central part of the town of Bialystok, not a large place in the 18th century,whit its triangular market. Branicki Palace was destroyed by the Nazis.The poles rebuilt it after World War II as a matter of national pride. The Medical University is housed in the Palace.

dijous, 27 de març de 2008

Tramvia Blau


BLUE TRAM

1901 ITS ORIGIN , URBANIZATION COMBINED PROJECT OF THE SLOPE OF TIBIDABO.

Course: John F. Kennedy square to Doctor Andreu square, the Tibidabo avenue ( line 194 ).

Current status : Running tourist. Only

Hours: Monday Friday 7:45h pm to 21:00h every 20 minutes.
Saturdays and holidays: 10:00h pm to 18:20h every 30 minutes.

Cristian

Montjuic cable car

You’ll be able to enjoy one of the city’s most impressive green areas on this unique means of transport which travels up to the castle on the top of the hill.

A halfway stop provides access to the viewing area know as the” Mirador de l’Alcalde”, and an attractive landscape terrace. Last year the cable car has been improve with more box.

The price isn’t cheep . Into de box is possible to see landscape from Barcelona and the sea .
Leonor

Tibidabo train


RAILWAY TO TIBIDABO
This is a tourist transport in Barcelona.It is a little train , railway cable and goes to the Tibidabo park.
The cable card is being renovated now. It is going to double the number of passengers .
The first stop is at doctor Andreu square and finishes at the top of Tibidabo hill.
There there are Tibidabo park, a Chapel and houses .
Price list To go up and go down 3 € To go 2 €Go down 2 €
Antonia D

Golondrinas


GOLONDRINAS The swallows (“golondrina”) are the little ships that are doing tourist routes around Barcelona port. The trip lasts 35 minutes from “Moll de la Fusta” to the out side dock and you can disembark and take a walk. The price is 4€ for adults and 2 € for children . It is possible another route to Olympic Village where you can sail along the city’s coast. This trip lasts 1h.30m. and its price is 9 € for adults and 4,10€ for children. The oldest ship was built for the international EXPO in 1888.Now the new boats can take around 150 to 196 people.

Gema

Rosca de Pacua


Hi, I am Maria and I am from Argentina. Holy week Celebration is similar to Spain but some details are different, for example : the palm is not yellow, the palm is an olive’s ram, the “mona de pascua” is called “rosca de pascua” and also exist the “eggs of Pascua”, (pascua is Easter) these are of chocolate and inside contain little candies and a little surprise

Maria

dimecres, 26 de març de 2008

BIEBRZA NATIONAL PARK


The Biebrza National Park is lokated in Northeast Poland, in the Podlasie Voivodship. The northeastern boundary of the parkis near the Belarus border. The Narew river and its confluents whit the Biebrza River from thesouthern boundary. The park was established in 1993 and whit a total area of 59 233 ha,it is the largest of the Polish national park. The Park includes 15 547 ha of forest,18 182 ha of agricultural land and 25 494 ha of wetland-the most valuable habitats of the park-the famous Biebrza marshes. The area of 3936 ha is under strict protection ha including the Czerwone Bagno Red Bog at the Grzędy Forest District. Unique in Europe for its marshes and peat-bog, as well asits highly diversified fauna, especiallybirds-the Park was designated as a wetland siteof global significance and is under the protection of the Ramsar Convention.

Boguslaw

La Mona

"La Mona de Pascua" is a famous cake typical from
Catalonia and Valencia and it symbolizes the Eastern Week's ending. It's only eaten on "Eastern Monday". Commonly, godfathers use to give these cakes to their godchildren as a gift.

At the beggining it was just a cake with hard boiled eggs on it decorated with feathers. But soon chocolate eggs took over the normal ones. These chocolate eggs cakes were the first "monas".

The recipe was taken from the moors that lived in Spain. They used to bake a cake called "munna" as a gift for they masters. That's why it has such a weird name "mona" (mona also means a female monkey).


This is a monkey. Monkeys are awesome.


If you ever visit Catalonia or Valencia on the "Eastern Week" don't forget to taste one of these delicious cakes.

Dani.

diumenge, 23 de març de 2008

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It is a ski resort where everyone can ski , specially for beginners or those who start to ski for the first time , this station is located in Northern Catalonia in France about 40 kilometres from the border, it's about 3 hours from Barcelona by car. It's quite beautiful , as station and the views that has and the contact with nature, you can practice cross-country ski and alpine style, there are restaurants and rest areas to eat .... it is a very recommended place to go with the family.

Cristian

EASTER IN POLAND

Easter, also called Pascha, is the most important religious feast in the Christian liturgical year.
The week before Easter is very special in the Christian tradition. The Sunday before Easter is
Palm Sunday and the last three days before Easter are Maundy Thursday or Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday (sometimes referred to as Silent Saturday). Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday and Good Friday respectively commemorate Jesus' entry in Jerusalem, the Last Supper and the Crucifixion. Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday are sometimes referred to as the Easter Triduum (Latin for "Three Days"). In some countries, Easter lasts two days, with the second called "Easter Monday." The week beginning with Easter Sunday is called Easter Week or the Octave of Easter, and each day is prefaced with "Easter," e.g. Easter Monday, Easter Tuesday, etc. Easter Saturday is therefore the Saturday after Easter Sunday. The day before Easter is properly called Holy Saturday. Many churches start celebrating Easter late in the evening of Holy Saturday at a service called the Easter Vigil


Easter Wet Monday :)


Easter food


A collection of traditional eggs


Palm Sunday


Deacon blessing the Easter food (Święconka), Poland 2008


Traditional Polish custom of blessing food on Holy Saturday. This święconka basket was made in Ćwikły-Rupie (Podlasie voivodship) for Easter 2008 and contains: kielbasa, boiled eggs (coloured with onion), salt, pepper and bread. Decorated with bilberry leaves. Blessed food is eaten on Easter breakfast.

DominiQue