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LITTLE ARGONAUTS 2nd issue 2012-2013

LITTLE ARGONAUTS 2nd issue 2012-2013

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Published by portaria
School english magazine
School english magazine

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Published by: portaria on Apr 30, 2013
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Welcome again. We wish you Happy New Year, health and prosperity. This is thesecond issue and you are going to read about our school, about the Choco Day weorganized at school, about the Train of Pelio and the interview of Mr. Arvanitis,our news and activities . We hope you enjoy reading our newspaper.
6th Class of Primary School of Portaria “N. Tsopotos”
2nd issueJan. — Feb. 2013
Little ArgonautsLittle Argonauts
 
Contents of issue
On the issue...
My SchoolChoco DaySchool NewsHappy hours
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LET’S MAKE PIES
A Greek tradi-tional custom.Last Thursday wemade pies in ourschool. Ada’sgrandmother withthe help of theteachers and the students of D class made cheese pies, spinach pies and milk pies.The pies were very delicious and we ate them the following day at the carnivalparty.
CARNIVAL PARTY
Last Friday we had aschool carnival party.Our classmates came toschool wearing fancycarnival costumes. Welistened to music anddanced. While theboys were playingfootball the girls were dancing the ‘Gaitanaki’ in the schoolyard. Then we ate sau-sages, souvlakia and the fantastic pies the students and teachers had made theprevious day. It was the funniest party and we enjoyed so much!
 
My school ...
Page 2, little Argonauts, issue 2nd, Jan. — Feb. 2013
My school is in Portaria and it is huge and very old. It was built in 1883 and it has been a school for 131 years. The name of my school is “Nikolaos Tsopotos”, because he was the man who gave his house to thevillage to make it a school.On the ground floor, there are three classrooms, a computer lab and a library. On the first floor thereare four classrooms, an Assembly Hall and a Maths and Science lab. There is a playground with a smallgarden with herbs and big trees. There is a basketball court but there isn't a football field. There is astatue of Nikolaos Tsopotos in the schoolyard. There is another small building. On the ground floor ofthat building there is the dining room where we have lunch and the toilets. On the first floor there is theteacher’s office, the headmaster's office and a small class with a projector.Imy School!
Danai Tsagrasouli
 
Missing words …. Find them.
There are …………………… teachersMy school is ………………………………..Our head teacher is Mr …………..My school is in …………………………...There are ……………….. classrooms
Ada Popoura, Fay Kounara
  a l  o t  o  f ,   H  e  r  c  u l  e  s ,  s  e  v  e  n ,  h  u  g  e ,   P  o  r t  a  r i  a
 
Choco day ...
Little Argonauts, 2nd issue, Jan.— Feb. 2013, page 3
Choco-day was a very special day in our school. Wemade chocolates, chocolate cakes and chocolatemousse. All the classes were involved in the cookingand tasting and nobody was bored. We melted choco-late, caramelized hazelnuts, and used plums and wal-nuts to make little chocolates. We also watched pres-entations about the history of chocolate involving ge-ography and culture. We also listened to songs aboutchocolate and danced. We had a lot of fun. The fol-lowing day students, teachers and parents were in-vited to taste all the choco-delicacies made by thelittle chefs. After going to church we cut the NewYear's Pie, we had soft drinks, we danced and playedin the school yard. These two days were fantastic.
Chocolate
Choco-late isa raw or processed food produced from the seed of thetropical
Theobroma cacao tree
. Cacao has been cultivatedfor at least three millennia in Mexico, Central America andNorthern South America. Chocolate played a special role inboth Maya and Aztec royal and religious events. The seedsof the cacao tree have an intense bitter taste, and must befermented to develop the flavor. After fermentation, thebeans are dried, then cleaned, and then roasted, and theshell is removed to produce cacao nibs. The nibs are thenground to cocoa mass, pure chocolate in rough form. Muchof the chocolate consumed today is in the form of sweetchocolate, combining cocoa solids, cocoa butter or otherfat, and sugar. Milk chocolate is sweet chocolate that addi-tionally contains milk powder or condensed milk. White chocolate contains cocoa butter, sugar, and milk butno cocoa solids. Chocolate has become one of the most popular food types and flavors in the world. Choco-late chip cookies have become very common, and very popular, in most parts of Europe and North America.Gifts of chocolate molded into different shapes have become traditional on certain holidays. Chocolate isalso used in cold and hot beverages, to produce chocolate milk and hot chocolate.

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