ROMANIA

COLEGIUL NATIONAL RADU NEGRU
Colegiul National Radu Negru, Faragas, is a national educational instution (having primary, lower and upper secondary classes) that has recently been conferred the Diploma for Excellency in Education, by the Romanian Ministry of Education (MECTS). It has always been on the mission to fulfill the wishes and sacred ideals of our forerunners who accomplished the Great Unification in 1918 and believed in the main moral values like honest work, respect, dicipline and humanity.

Address: Colegious National “Radu Negru”, No.1, “Scolii” Street, Faragas, Brasov, Romania

Phone: 00 400 268 211 774
Web Site: http://www.radunegru.ro/

Local Project Coordinator: Maria-Eugenia Bica

     

Comenius team in Romania is already working in the project knowing the past to undertand the present.

A. OBJECTIVES

Our Comenius students will be able to:

1. Share knowledge of local heritage and traditions

2. Meditate on history and religion.

3. Simulate professional situations

4. Develope intercultural competences related to the history of European countries an Turkey, represented in the project.

5. Improve language competences in general and especially the English language adquisition - the language chosen for the project.

6. Compare similarities and differences between the five countries involved: Sweden, Lithuania, Turkey, Spain and Romania.

7. Develope the use of ICT.

8. Recognize cultural difference in the way we learn.

9. Understand people with different beliefs and convictions.

B. ACTIVITIES to be done according the principle of integrating the Comenius project into the curriculum will include:

Wrting essays, photographs, biographies, posters, maps, text analysis, newspaper articles, guides, synopsis of films, questionaires, interviews, brochures, reports, test, descrptions, debates, school plays, dramas, participation in conferences, seminars, work group, power point presentations, viewing films and documents, production of multimedia works, building internet pages, internet use for research, virtual tours, listening to music and understanding lyrics, celebrating cultural issues like: gastronomy, traditions, religious events, translating relevant different texts in English, discussing transnatonal issues like: migration, security, environment, presenting relevant personalities.

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 COLEGIUS NATIONAL RADU NEGRU PREMIERE: A NEW BLOG FOR OUR KPUP COMENIUS PROJECT

http://cnrnkpupchronicles.blogspot.ro/

I Travelled to Four Different Country While I Was in Romania

I Travelled to Four Different Country While I Was in Romania

For me that week was the week when I traveled to four different countries  while I was in Romania. Is it possible? If I had been asked the day before their arrival I would have said no.

The first day we were all a little embarrassed but after the first discussion I started to be more open. Of course at the beginning  there  were also people who did not speak with us, who stood with the people of their own country. We did not have demoralized them ,  on the contrary, we had the ambition to make them feel good. And I got, at the end of the week, the impression that we were all like one big family.

I went with them on all the trips and I was very happy to see them fascinated by our landscapes, our culture and the play contest we organised. Best I came to know those students from Turkey because I went out with them every night. It was a wonderful week, unexpectedly beautiful. We were all very sad when it was time for them to return home. But every beginning has an end and we all know that what’s nice is over so soon. I remember that they said they could barely wait to get back to us and our families and that they even made their plans for coming to Romania again.

I don’t know what will happen if we ever see them  all but the one thing I’m sure of  is that I have made friends for life who I will never forget and I’m sure they will never  forget me and my schoolmates. So, once again, I state here that I am very happy to be in this project. I’ve learnt  so many things but the most important one:  I have learned  to love my own country

Am călătorit in patru tari diferite în timp ce eram în România

Pentru mine a fost o saptamana in care am călătorit în patru țări diferite, în timp ce eram în România . Este posibil ? Dacă aș fi fost întrebata cu o zi înainte de sosirea lor as fi spus nu .

In prima zi am fost cu toții, un pic stanjeniti, dar după primele discuții am început să fim mai deschisi unii cu altii. Desigur, la început au fost, de asemenea, oameni care nu vorbeau cu noi , care stăteau împreună cu cei din țara lor . Noi nu ne-am demoralizat, dimpotrivă, ne-am ambitionat sa ii facem sa se simta bine. La sfârșitul săptămânii  am fost cu toții ca o mare familie .

I-a insotit peste tot și am fost foarte fericita sa vad ca erau fascinati de peisajele noastre, de cultura noastră și de concursurile pe care le-am organizat . Cel mai bine am ajuns să îi cunosc pe elevii din Turcia, pentru că m-am dus cu ei în fiecare seara in oras. A fost o săptămână minunată, neașteptat de frumoasa. Am fost foarte tristi când a venit timpul să se întoarcă acasă. Dar fiecare început are un sfârșit și știm cu toții că ceea ce este frumos se termina repede. Îmi amintesc ca au spus ca abia așteptau să se ntoarca la noi și la familiile noastre și că au făcut chiar și planuri pentru reîntoarcerea lor in Romania.

Nu știu ce se va întâmpla, daca ne vom mai revedea  vreodată , dar un lucru de care sunt sigura este că mi-am făcut prieteni pe viata pe care niciodata nu îi voi uita și sunt sigura că nici ei nu ma vor uita pe mine si pe colegii mei . Deci, încă o dată, sunt foarte fericita să fiu  în acest proiect. Am învățat atât de multe lucruri, dar cel mai important: am învățat să imi iubesc țara.

Diana-Maria Aron

clasa a XI-a  B Colegiul Național

“Radu Negru” Făgăras

OUR KPUP COMENIUS ROMANIAN PARTNER HAS WON A NATIONAL PRICE THANKS TO OUR COMENIUS PROJECT

La Concursul/Olimpiada nationala/internationala MADE FOR EUROPE, editia a VIII a, de produse finale realizate in cadrul parteneriatelor europene, Colegiul National “Radu Negru”, Fagaras a obtinut prin Diana Aron, cl a XI a B, PREMIUL III pentru cartea MINI ANTHOLOGY OF VERY SHORT PLAYS, scrisa in cadrul Proiectului multilateral COMENIUS, KPUP in perioada 2012 - 2013. Realizarea si prezentarea cartii a fost realizata cu sprijinul intregii echipe COMENIUS KPUP. FELICITARI tuturor celor implicati, atat elevi cat si profesori.

En las competiciones nacionales e internacionales de Olimpiada hecha para Europa, la VIII edición de los productos finales, tomados en el marco de las asociaciones europeas, Colegiul National “Radu Negru”, Lou fue hecha por Diana Aron, cl 11 B, 3 º premio para MINI libro antología de muy pocos juegos, escrito proyecto multilateral COMENIUS, KPUP durante el 2012-2013. Realización y presentación del libro se realizó con el apoyo de todo el equipo KPUP COMENIUS. Felicitaciones a todos los involucrados, tanto estudiantes como profesores.

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joi, 3 aprilie 2014

CALIFICARE LA ETAPA NATIONALA “MADE FOR EUROPE”

La cea de-a VIII-a ediţie a Concursului Naţional „Made for Europe”, Colegiul National “Radu Negru”, prin elevul Mihai Pop din clasa a XI a B,  a obtinut anul acesta Premiul I la sectiunea licee, pentru cartea intitulata “Mini Anthology of Very Short Plays in English and Romanian” (“Mica antologie engleza-romana de teatru foarte scurt). In saptamana „Scoala Altfel” (7 – 11 aprilie, 2014) va avea loc la Brasov faza nationala a acestui concurs unde va prezenta eleva Diana Aron, tot din clasa a XI a B, diriginte prof. Gabriela Boeriu.

Considerata produs final in cadrul proiectului european „Knowing the Past to Understand the Present’’ (Sa cunoastem trecutul pentru a intelege prezentul), finantat de Uniunea Europeana, aceasta carte contine patru piese de teatru originale, concepute in limba engleza si traduse in limba romana de catre un colectiv de 16 autori, elevi ai Colegiului National “Radu Negru”, sub indrumarea coordonatorului de proiect, profesoara Eugenia Bica.

Concursul national „Made for Europe”, cuprins în Calendarul concursurilor naționale școlare finanțate de către M. E.N. în anul școlar 2013-2014, este un concurs scolar interdisiplinar si transdisiplinar si echivaleaza cu olimpiada scolara, fiind organizat de Ministerul Educaţiei Naționale si urmarind valorizarea şi promovarea experienţelor pozitive acumulate de unităţile de învăţământ preuniversitar în derularea proiectelor finanţate prin programele comunitare din domeniul educației și formării profesionale.

sâmbătă, 12 aprilie 2014

PREMIUL III LA ETAPA NATIONALA

La Concursul/Olimpiada nationala/internationala MADE FOR EUROPE, editia a VIII a, de produse finale realizate in cadrul parteneriatelor europene, Colegiul National “Radu Negru”, Fagaras a obtinut prin Diana Aron, cl a XI a B, PREMIUL III pentru cartea MINI ANTHOLOGY OF VERY SHORT PLAYS, scrisa in cadrul Proiectului multilateral COMENIUS, KPUP in perioada 2012 - 2013. Realizarea si prezentarea cartii a fost realizata cu sprijinul intregii echipe COMENIUS KPUP. FELICITARI tuturor celor implicati, atat elevi cat si profesori.

MINI ANTHOLOGY OF VERY SHORT PLAYS IN ENGLISH AND ROMANIAN
MICĂ ANTOLOGIE ENGLEZĂ-ROMANĂ DE TEATRU FOARTE SCURT

Anthology Coordinator (Profesor îndrumător al antologiei): Maria-Eugenia Bica
Authors (Autori):
Aron Diana, Cîndulet Ioana, Fătu Maria, Florescu Alexandra, Greavu Emilia, Ivaşcu Cătălin, Lupe Cătălin, Marcu Ioan, Muşat Adriana, Nicula Cătălin, Pepelea Elena, Pop Mihai, Szalad Horaţiu, Tănase Matei, Tudor Casiana, Ungur Arthur

Făgăraş : Editura Negru Vodă, 2014

ISBN 978-606-8479-02-6

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Ieri a început la Braşov finala „Made for Europe”

Autor: Sorin ŢÎRCĂ

Publicat la 11 aprilie 2014

112 elevi şi preşcolari din 39 de judeţe îşi prezintă produsele rezultate din proiectele finanţate din fonduri europene

Ieri a început la Braşov finala „Made for Europe” Concursul „Made for Europe” a ajuns la faza naţională, care se desfăşoară în aceste zile la Braşov. 112 elevi şi preşcolari din 39 de judeţe îşi prezintă produsele rezultate din proiectele finanţate prin programe comunitare la care şcolile lor au aplicat. Aflat deja la a opta ediţie, concursul se desfăşoară sub directul patronaj al Parlamentului European. Scopul competiţiei este promovarea şi valorificarea experienţelor unităţilor de învăţământ în derularea proiectelor finanţate prin programe cu fonduri europene din domeniul educaţiei şi formării profesionale. După ce în martie s-au desfăşurat fazele judeţene, la Braşov şi-au dat întâlnire elevii cu cele mai bune proiecte din întreaga ţară. „Cele 112 produse sunt expuse acum la noi. Ele pot fi vizitate şi votate de public, în ideea că dintre ele va fi ales unul care să obţină premiul de cel mai interesant, cel mai original produs de proiect. Dăm startul şi concursului naţional, în care elevii îşi vor prezenta produsele, încercând să îşi valorifice experienţa europeană pe care au dobândit-o”, a declarat inspectorul şcolar Silviana Cioceanu, secretar în comisia naţională de evaluare. În evaluarea lucrărilor contează atât valoarea didactică a produselor, cât şi prezentarea făcută de elevi. „Acest concurs vine să valorizeze şi să ofere posibilitatea elevilor să disemineze produsele realizate în cadrul proiectelor implementate de către şcolile lor. O astfel de experienţă de prezentare prinde bine şi, în plus, au posibilitatea să-şi exprime cunoştinţele în domeniul proiectului”, a declarat Corina Popescu, Agenţia Naţională pentru Programe Comunitare, preşedinte juriu. Primii vizitatori ai expoziţiei au fost chiar elevii implicaţi în concurs, împreună cu juriul. Expoziţia poate fi vizitată astăzi, până la prânz, iar rezultatele vor fi anunţate la ora 17:00.

The Meeting in Spain, 2-8 June 2014

The major objective of the meeting in Spain, 2-8 June 2014, was to complete the final report of the European Comenius project “Knowing the Past to Understand the Present” ongoing at the National College “Radu Negru”, Fagaras. At the meeting with representatives of partner schools in Sweden, Spain, Turkey and Lithuania, the Romanian delegation consisting of five teachers and four students of the College, prepared a progress report for the period 2012-2014, a brief analysis of the final products made ​​by students and Romanian teachers, end products including:

1.      the winning book at the Contest  / Olympics “Made for Europe”, 2014, held under the patronage of the European Parliament, a book entitled “Anthology of Very Short Mini Plays in English and Romanian”, written by a team of 16 students under the guidance of the project coordinator, Eugenia Bica, teachers Adriana Nastasa and Alina Manduc, with a Foreword by Ph teacher Gabriel Angelescu;

2.      inter-active computer, digital lessons, done by students under the guidance of teacher Ms Dana Suciu;

3.      lesson plans and art objects made ​​in history (Mrs. Prof. Elena Micu), English (Mrs. Prof. Alina Manduc), arts (Mrs. Prof. Daniela Nanes), Spanish (Mrs. Anca Negrila), Romanian (teacher Mrs. Magda Gogea);

4.      tables, drafts, comparisons, diary pages;

5.      the blog conducted by the students of class XI B - http://cnrnkpupchronicles.blogspot.ro

6.      articles and essays published on the official blog of the project http://blog.educastur.es/comeniuskp up / college-national-radu-black /

7.      newsletters published on the school website http://www.radunegru.ro/an% 20scolar/Activitati/Comenius.html

8.      interviews on the local television

9.      papers published in the local press, in the school magazine;

10.  DVDs with sequences of the visit in Romania, October, 2013, and the competition of 10 minute plays in English, the language of communication of the project, held in Fagaras, in October 9, 2013, a competition between teams representing the partner schools;

11.  CDs with photos and PP presentations made ​​by students and teachers of the project team

12.  exhibitions in school, county and national level exhibitions where we represented the school with art works, drawings, journals, essays, etc.

The visit to Spain meant for some participants what other visits abroad meant for many members of the project: the first plane trip, the first encounter with a different civilization, strong emotions, new feelings, feeling like you’re at home, among friends, but in a totally different space.

The host school, IES Valle de Aller, offered us a show of Celtic dance and traditional music - an opportunity for us to admire the Asturian costume, then they offered us local traditional dishes, area outings, trips in the mountains, a documentary trip to the mine to understand the life of Asturian miners, in addition to studies of local professions and trades done by all partners according to the objectives of the project, a visit to an ethnographic museum that could anytime be mistaken for a typical Romanian peasant museum; a cultural evening, organized with the support of the Humanitarios Society where honorary award prizes and medals were given to local personalities among whom Mrs. Margarita Gandullo Recio, our host school headmistress; an evening concert of classical music, an evening with great speeches, with films and documentaries about the fight against poverty and the isolation of victims of wars or disasters caused by humans in different parts of the world.

During this period we had the opportunity to know the Spanish students and teachers better, we met some local authorities (visit the City Hall), we visited classrooms, laboratories, the gymnasium, the school cafeteria, the beautiful library, we compared different educational systems, finding more similarities than differences, our students participating to English lessons together with their fellow Spaniards, Lithuanians and other partners. Meeting the five coordinators of the five countries participating in this project has proven to be particularly useful because we mapped directions together and concluded about all the school activities conducted in the two-year project, establishing common terms for completing the final report successfully.

We are glad that Romania was congratulated at this meeting for the activities carried out, for how we answered the requests of our partner schools, for the attitude and behavior of our students participating in mobility, for their knowledge and level of English and, why not admit it, even for the way we prepared food at the culinary workshop organized by the host school. The friendship that came up between us and our partners, between students, between teachers who participated in this project, is a great and interesting experience; when we said goodbye we had already gathered a few tears in the corner of the eyes, and hugs and promises that we would continue what we had started.

Hoping that in the future other European projects in our institution will be initiated and completed successfully, hoping that this is just a good start, we say goodbye to readers who watched the European adventure in our prestigious institution National College “Radu Negru”, Fagaras.

The project “KNOWING THE PAST TO UNDERSTAND THE PRESENT“ is financially supported by the European Commission under the Comenius Lifelong Learning Programme. The information provided is the sole responsibility of the project team and ANPCDEFP and the European Commission are not responsible for how this content information is used.

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