Šola v naravi - 7. r
 
 
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2019

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Šola v naravi - 7. r
 
 
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22
2019

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Šola v naravi - 7. r
 
 
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21
2019

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ŠOLA V NARAVI - 7. razred
 
 
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20
2019

ŠOLA V NARAVI 7. razred. Sedmošolci so danes, 20. maja 2019 prispeli v CŠOD Peca, kjer bodo izvedli naravoslovni teden s spremljevalci. Dogajanju sledite na šolski spletni strani.

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8 REASONS TO STUDY
 
 
Maj
17
2019

The start of the summer vacation is around the corner, and some people are not studying anymore, so I'm going to write about 8 reasons why you should continue studying until the end.


1.    DISCOVER WHY YOU PROCRASTINATE
Procrastination is a complex problem that can have many different causes. Here are some of the most common:
You convinced yourself that your homework is beyond your abilities, putting off your homework is a way of rebelling against your parents or teachers, you've decided that the topic is boring, you're waiting for the "perfect" time to start, the task has become so overwhelming that you don't know where to start.
Knowing why you procrastinate is the first step to becoming motivated.
Spend some time reflecting why you procrastinate. This will help you to identify which of the follownig tips will help you the most.


2.    BREAK THE MATERIAL DOWN INTO CHUNKS
A major cause of procrastination is that your homework seems owerwhelming. That's when you need to "chunk down".
Break your homework into small chunks.
Assign yourself a certian number of those chunks every day. Suddenly, your owerwhelming homework becomes a series of small chunks.
A chunk might be reading three pages of your book, solving five mulitple-choice questions or finding three articles on the internet for your assigment.


3.    REWARD YOURSELF
Every time you complete one or two chunks, reward yourself with something.
It could be anything from a short walk to playing the guitar.
Rewarding yourself with short and fun breaks is a key part of "chunking down"


¸4. CREATE A STUDY ROUTINE
By nature, we are creatures of habit. If it's a challenge for you to get motivated to study, you can put this principle to work for you.
Habits are so powerful that once you create a study routine, you'll find it difficult to relax without studying.
How to create a study routine?
Well, first you have to make a schedule.
Be aware, however, that habits don't form overnight.
Research indicates that it typicly takes about 20-30 days to form a habit, so you'll have to put in some work before this method pays off for you.


5.  BE CLEAR ABOUT WHY YOU WANT TO GET GOOD GRADES
One of the best ways to study is to be very clear about why you want to get good grades in the first place.
Make a list of reasons yo want to do well academicly.
Here are some reasons: I want to learn more and develop myself, I want to develop the habit of pursuing excellence, I want to become a more focused and disciplined student, I want to get into a good school or program, I want to have a meaningful career, I want to provide well for my family in the future, I want to know taht I gave it my best shot, I want to live with no regrets.
Write these reasons down on a piece of paper and put it on your study desk.
Then, when you're feeling unmotivated, read the list.


6. USE A MIND MAP TO ORGANISE THE INFORMATION
If you're like most people, you've been taught to use lists to summarise the information. A classic example is to-do lists.
As such, it may seem natural to use lists when studying to organise information. But there are times when mind maps are more effective than lists for organising information.
Why? Because mind maps mimic how the brain works.
When you make a mind map, you're mapping out the way your brain has processed a certain topic. This makes it easier to get a handle on the topic. It'll also make it easier for you to retrieve that information when you need it.
You can create a mind map using pen and paper. But if you prefer to do it on your phone or computer, you can use a simple app called SimpleMind.


7. MAKE A "BORING" SUBJECT INTERESTING
When you find it difficult to study just because the subject is "boring", ask yourself: Is the subject really boring, or does it seem that way because I closed my mind to it?
G. K. Chesterson once said: There are no boring subjects, only disinserted minds.
If you think a subject is boring, ask yourself some questions like: When was this technique or theory developed?; Who developed it?; What problem did it solve?; How would the world be different today if this technique or theory didn't exist?
If you ask the right questions, you can make any subject interesting.


8. UNDERSTAND THE TOPIC, DON'T JUST MEMORISE IT
One of the keys to effective studying is to develop an understanding of a topic rather than just memorising facts.
In some cases, rote memorisation may be requiered.
But, in general, the more years you spend in school, the more you'll be expected to understand different relationships and connections between different topics.
This will require you to apply principles to a given said facts.
Understanding a topic is far more rewarding than memorising it. So this approach to studying is not only more effective, it will also keep you motivated.


If you still aren't motivated to study, there are even more reasons to study here: https://www.daniel-wong.com/2018/04/23/get-motivated-to-study/
Jan Ferenc, 8.a

 
 
 
Potovanje v branje
 
 
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17
2019

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ŠPF - področno tekmovanje
 
 
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17
2019

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Sredi meseca aprila smo se plesalci udeležili področnega tekmovanja, ki je potekalo na OŠ Ljudski vrt na  Ptuju. Tekmovali smo v skupinskih plesih in plesih v paru v obeh starostnih kategorijah.

Letošnje leto smo si priplesali 6 kolajn in sicer v skupinskih plesih starejša dekleta, saj smo skupno zasedli 2. mesto in se uvrstili na državno tekmovanje.

Tudi mlajši plesalci in plesalci v parih so se odlično izkazali.

Vsem čestitamo.

 
 
 
Športne igre
 
 
Maj
11
2019

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TRIDNEVNA IZMENJAVA UČENCEV V SKLOPU PROJEKTA ERASMUS+ V TIESCHENU
 
 
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11
2019

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Posnetek z radia Agora najdete tukaj (naša vzgojitelja lahko poslušate od 26.  minute naprej)

Med 24. in 26. aprilom so se otroci iz vrtca in učenci od 5. do 8. razreda (skupaj jih je bilo kar 40) udeležili kratkotrajne projektne izmenjave v obmejnem avstrijskem kraju Tieschen. Srečanje je potekalo v okviru Erasmus+ projekta Netopir na vulkanu.
Otroci in njihovi spremljevalci smo tri dni bivali v prijetnem podeželskem mladinskem hotelu JUFA Tieschen in se družili z otroki iz Maribora in Stradna, s katerimi sodelujemo v omenjenem projektu. V mešanih skupinah so se učenci seznanili z vulkani in vulkanskimi kamninami, spoznavali gozd, travniške rastline in vrste metuljev, izdelovali netopirnice, izvajali eksperimente ter z mrežami v potoku lovili ribe, rakce in še kaj. Ogledali pa so si lahko tudi kratko gledališko predstavo. Delavnice so potekale ob dopoldnevih in popoldnevih, vodili pa so jih priznani strokovnjaki (biologi, geologi) iz avstrijske Štajerske. V času med posameznimi delavnicami (ki ga je bilo zelo malo) pa so se otroci lahko družili na bližnjih igralih ali igrišču.

Prvi večer smo se odpravili na dolg, večkilometrski pohod do kraja Klöch, znanega predvsem po velikem kamnolomu, ki smo si ga med samim pohodom tudi ogledali. Ko se je stemnilo, smo se posedli na hribček v centru Klöcha in opazovali nočni let na desetine netopirjev, ki živijo na podstrešju neke tamkajšnje hiše.

Tudi drugi večer smo se peš odpravili do manjšega kamnoloma Jörgen, kjer smo se udeležili kratkega kulturnega programa. Med drugim smo si ogledali netopirji ples, ki so ga pripravile učenke NMS Straden.

Zadnji dan so mlajši učenci likovno ustvarjali: narisali so vrsto netopirjev, ki so jih nato pritrdili na tri velike plošče – tako je nastala skupna umetnina učencev OŠ Sveta Ana, OŠ Janka Padežnika in VS Straden, katere del je vsaka šola odnesla domov za spomin na srečanje.

Mateja Kramberger

 
 
 
Čarobna piščal
 
 
Maj
10
2019

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Dramsko-glasbeno ustvarjanje pri pouku glasbene umetnosti v 4. a in b razredu. Učna ura je bila izvedena na podlagi opernega dela W. A. Mozarta Čarobna piščal.

 
 

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