Subjects: Malti

Eco-Gozo Resources

Various resources for schools available here

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Not Just Numbers

Not Just Numbers is a complete teachers’ toolkit about asylum and migration in Europe. The kit was developed in 2009 by UNHCR and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) with funding provided by the European Commission. Materials available A teachers’ manual explaining the main facts and definitions on asylum and migration in Europe, and a step by step explanation of a few class exercises. A series of video portraits of migrants and refugees available online via the links below and on a DVD. Video of Iranian refugee Rean Video of Kosovo refugee Adelina Video of Congolese migrant Doré Video of Italian migrant worker Tino Video of Mexican skilled workers Veronica and Alfredo A two minute video exercise without subtitles showing migrants and refugees arriving in a boat on the sea. A set of photos for use in a photo exercise. Download as pdfs: Photo 1; Photo 2; Photo 3; Photo 4; Photo 5; Photo 6; Photo 7 All material also available in Maltese and various other languages.

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Water in Malta – Documentary

Water – the source of life. In Malta, water is a scarce resource. Consumerism and short-sighted policies are driving us to dangerous levels. It’s time we took action; before it is too late. This documentary which is just under 13 minutes long is in Maltese with English subtitles. This video was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union. The contents of this audiovisual production are the sole responsibility of KOPIN and its project partners and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union. This documentary is offered free of charge for education purposes. It may not be edited and must be shown in its entirety. For any other use, prior clearance must be obtained from KOPIN and Mediacoop Ltd.

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Letter to Students from Bishop Grech on the Occasion of the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation

Bishop Mario Grech wrote a letter to children about the Environment on the occasion of the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, which Pope Francis wishes to be celebrated by the Catholic Church, in communion with the Orthodox Church, on the 1st of September starting from this year.

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Consumer Classroom – also in Maltese…

Consumer Classroom is a new collaborative website for teachers about consumer education. It provides free, high quality resources for teachers along with interactive and collaborative tools to help teachers prepare lesson plans to share with students and other teachers from across the EU. Sign Up now on www.ConsumerClassroom.eu

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Frar 2014

Din il-ħarġa tippreżenta storja ħelwa li tispjega l-importanza ta’ kull ħaġa ħajja fis-sistema biex iżżomm bilanċ.  Anke jekk jonqos speċi wieħed ta’ insett jaf jaffetwa l-ikbar annimal u l-ammont ta’ pjanti fin-natura u jħawwad il-proċess naturali kollu.

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Diċembru 2013

F’din il-paġna se nibdew niltaqgħu ma’ żewġ nemliet, Ninu u Nina, li jgħaddu minn ħafna avventuri flimkien.  Illum ma’ Ninu u Nina nitgħallmu dwar il-prodotti li jkollhom GMOs.

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Ottubru 2013

F’din il-paġna se nibdew niltaqgħu ma’ żewġ nemliet, Ninu u Nina, li jgħaddu minn ħafna avventuri flimkien.  Illum ma’ Ninu u Nina nitgħallmu dwar l-enerġija nadifa.

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Ġunju 2013

F’din il-ħarġa insibu sora f’forma ta’ diskussjoni bejn naħla u żunżana…  Kif għandna nġibu ruħna meta naraw naħal jew żunżan???

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – April 2013

Din il-ħarġa tippreżentalna diskussjoni ħelwa bejn siġra, vann u jidhol ukoll għasfur.  Ejjew naraw x’għandhom xi jgħidulna….

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Fonzu l-Fenek – Educational Song

A children’s song in Maltese featuring a day in the life of Fonzu l-Fenek. Kanzunetta bil-Malti għat-tfal dwar ġurnata tipika ta’ Fonzu l-Fenek.

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Frar 2013

This time, Mandy and Raymond went to the market with their aunt Lily. They were happily singing about the importance to eat fruits and vegetables everyday. During a short discussion between the vegetables we hear about how we can avoid using plastic bags and why. And how about the stamp Raymond discovered on the eggs, that is, before he made an omelete out of them…?

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Poeżija dwar l-użu għaqli tal-ilma

Din il-poeżija inkitbet wara li l-istudenti tal-Iskola tal-Furjana mil-Kulleġġ San Ġorġ Preca identifikaw modi kif ma jinħeliex ilma u dawn inġabru f’poeżija bis-saħħa tal-iskrivana tal-iskola stess!

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Diċembru 2012

December brings with it colder weather, more colds and of course Christmas! This issue is a discussion about heating versus moving around to keep warm. There are various ways how to keep warm without using electricity or other fuels. Well, quite something to think about… A Blessed Christmas to All.

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Ottubru 2012

We are now back in school after the holidays. Are we doing our best to avoid effecting the environment negatively with our actions? Are we taking care to take our lunch in a lunch box, avoiding all sorts of wrapping?Are we using a reusable water bottle instead of a disposable one, throwing it away? Let’s check our actions…

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Mejju 2012

How are Maltese proverbs related to renewable energy? There are quite a few proverbs related to weather – wind, sun, etc. which indicate how powerful these sources actually are. A wind turbine would certainly harness this power and turn it into electricity…

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – April 2012

Do we know enough about Fairtrade products? What is the difference? Are we aware that products we buy might have been made by children? Or by adults who work very long hours and are underpaid? We should put in more effort to look for Fairtrade products and buy them instead of the usual ones. Naf biżżejjed dwar prodotti Fairtrade? X’inhi d-differenza?

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Marzu 2012

Some school committees and other people take up the initiative to plant trees but unfortunately others steal, uproot trees or vandalise these trees.  What can be done? Xi kumitati ta’ studenti fi skejjel u nies oħrajn, jieħdu inizzjattivi biex iħawwlu siġar imma hawn oħrajn li jisirqu, jaqilgħu jew jivvandalizzaw dawn is-siġar.  X’jista’ jsir?

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Frar 2012

Can we walk to school? Can we use cars less? This issue is about the walking school bus. Students meet at a point. One parent collects school bags in a car whilst other parents walk altogether with the students to school.

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Jannar 2012

Rain water. Where does it go? Is it collected in reservoirs or valleys? Or does it run of to the sea? This story is aimed to raise the children’s curiosity about all this. How can we collect rain water?

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Diċembru 2011

This story is aimed to encourage care for animals and since not all can have an animal at home, they can instead visit and give help at a local animal sanctuary. Din l-istorja mmirata biex ikun hawn iktar min jieħu ħsieb l-annimali.  Għalkemm ħafna tfal iħobbu l-annimali mhux kulħadd jista jżomm annimal d-dar.  Minflok, jistgħu iżuru santwarju tal-annimali u forsi anke jagħtu daqqa t’id hemm stess…

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Novembru 2011

The November issue is aimed to attract attention towards the consumption of local food as compared to imported food and the food miles involved. It-tieni episodju jattira l-attenzjoni dwar il-konsum ta’ ikel lokali u kemm ikel impurtat jinvolvi konsum ta’ riżorsi biex jasal Malta.

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X’inhu l-NCF? – Sketch għat-tfal tal-primarji

Audrey Gauci, bil-għajnuna ta’ Elizabeth Saliba preparaw dan l-isketch biex permezz tiegħu jispjegaw lil studenti taħt l-għaxar snin x’inhu l-NCF u kif ser jaffetwa lilhom.

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EkoSkola f’Tagħna t-Tfal – Ottubru 2011

Mr Johann Gatt, EkoSkola Coordinator is contributing to Tagħna t-Tfal with short stories about eco-issues… this is the first in line introducing EkoSkola and encouraging the use of lunchboxes instead of using plastic bags, foil or paper to wrap lunches in. Is-Sur Johann Gatt, Koordinatur ta’ EkoSkola qed jagħti kontribut fil-publikazzjoni Tagħna t-Tfal permezz ta’ stejjer qosra li ppjanati li jqajjmu nteress dwar kunċetti ambjentali fost it-tfal… din hija l-ewwel ħarġa li tintroduċi EkoSkola u tqajjem kuxjenza dwar skart li jirriżulta minn ippakjar ta’ ikel flok ma tintuża lunch box.

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