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Bullying Is a Big Problem. Every day thousands of teens wake up afraid to go to school. Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students, and it has everyone worried, not just the kids on its receiving end. Yet because parents, teachers, and other adults don't always see it, they may not understand how extreme bullying can get.
Bullying is when a person is picked on over and over again by an individual or group with more power, either in terms of physical strength or social standing.
Two of the main reasons people are bullied are because of appearance and social status. Bullies pick on the people they think don't fit in, maybe because of how they look, how they act (for example, kids who are shy and withdrawn), their race or religion, or because the bullies think their target may be gay or lesbian.
Educational communities must be prepared to face this problem. Due to this, from Artemotion Xpress in Europe project we decided to fight it with the students from the Curricular Diversification Project. The slogan ... "The strength of a brave person is in your heart".



"Reed me - feel me" Primary school dr. Ljudevita Pivka Ptuj

A Coat for Barbara is a fairy tail written by slovenian writter Vitomil Zupan. The fairy tells us about a lonely Coat who all what he wants is some company. One day the Coat was walking down the street and the weather was awful. That night he met a man, a dog, a lady, a car and a boy. He was desperate because no body was willing to take him home. At the end he met a nice girl Barbara, who was willing to take him home. They were both happy that they met.
With the 3rd and 4th grade pupils we red a fairy and then we talked about the content and the feelings of a Coat when he met different people and animals. They listened to a fairy with great joy. At the beginning they were sad because no body want's to take Coat home with them. But at the end they were happy because a girl Barbara took him home.
After the reading they recreated a fairy with some drawings of different caracters from the fairy. We make an arrangement that we will film a short movie about a Coat and his journey. We split parts and started to practise roles. The filming experience was interesting and fun. It was something new for the pupils. They felt like real actors and enjoyed the experience.

The Coat was wallking down the wide and long road. There was few people on the side of the road because the wind was blowing. The Coat was there all by him self. He was feeling very lonely and scared. He almost cried.
Suddenly a big man in a black dress is walking with large steps towards the Coat...


"Read me -feel me "- Karl-Georg-Haldenwang-Schule, Bad Teinach-Zavelstein

"In this activity our classes 5-7 dealt in different creative ways with the Aesop´s Fables "The Stork and the Fox" and " The Mouse and the Lion", discussing and reflecting the meaning of those tales. They went to the State Gallery, watched different artworks and participated in a museum workshop, painting dragons, inspired by art they had seen before. In the end they wrote their own fable, about a dragon, of course....."



Pupils from Secondary Education in Can Rigol has created this short film using the Stop Motion Technique. They wrote the script, created the characters and the stage and took the pictures in order to edit the film. 

Enjoy it!


Read me, feel me” Activity no 9, January - February 2017 – CSEI No 1 Sibiu, Romania

In this activity, the students and the teachers read or watch fables or stories, which have a hidden message. 
Then, they expressed their thoughts about the fable or the story  using drawing,  painting, acting or making a movie.  
The tales provide a great opportunity for raising the students’ awareness of emotions, for helping them to understand, to express and think about the feelings of others.


"1st Special Education Primay School of Korydallos, presents you activity 9 "Read me Feel me".

In this activity pupils or teachers should read poems, fairy tales or other significant written text with hidden meanings and didactic messages. Afterwards, pupils should feel the meaning of the text and express it while using painting, acting, dancing or singing. 

The activity was graded in difficulty and all the pupils of the school participated and admitted that it was truly fun and didactic."



SEE Can Rigol present a fun summary of our project's activity called "READ ME - FEEL ME"

Dear followers,

Pupils from the Transition to Adult Life Programme ( OTVA ) of SEC Can Rigol present a fun summary of our project's activity number 9 called "READ ME - FEEL ME". They read an Aesop's famos fable, The Hare and the turtle, and also watched a short animated movie. After that they discussed about what is the lesson we can take from this fable. In addition pupils expressed their feelings and emotions about the story, the characters and the whole activity process.
Do you want to know more about it? Then play the video! Subtitles available in English!