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Polish lesson for non native speakers in Year 5

We present the work of non native speakers in Year 5

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The topic of Polish lessons for Year 5 non-native speakers was Polish flowers. Students get to know with flowers which grow in a meadow and field in Poland.

TBS students like many Polish artists were inspired by the beauty of flowers and they created, and designed a wallpaper for room with a Polish flower Motif: chabry - cornflowers, maki - poppies, róże -roses, stokrotki - daisies, bratki -pansies – and so one… Students label Polish flowers and added adjectives.

Students were inspired by our great master from Kraków, Stanisław Wyspiański, who painted a lot of flowers on the building’s walls and created stained glasses with flower’s motif for example ‘maki’ – poppies.


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Polish Teacher