Svjetski dan pripovijedanja – World storytelling day – 19.3.


Ove godine je 19. ožujka prvi put u našoj županiji na engleskom jeziku održan Svjetski dan pripovijedanja koji je započeo još 1991. godine u Švedskoj i proširio se diljem svijeta, a svake godine okuplja sve više zaljubljenika u priče i pripovijedanje.

Inicijatorica projekta je prof. Sanja Špoljarić, u organizaciji je pomogla voditeljica ŽSV-a za engleski jezik, prof. Mirjana Pokupić, a pokrovitelj događaja je Upravni odbor za obrazovanje i demografiju Virovitičko – podravske županije i Alfa izdavačka kuća koja je ustupila simboličnu nagradu pobjednicima.

       Događaj je funkcionirao tako da se prijave timovi od 3-5 učenika koji su na dan natjecanja putem Teams video poziva slučajnim odabirom dobili naslov priče nakon čega su imali sat vremena za osmišljavanje i pisanje, te su ju tada predstavili pripovijedanjem na engleskom jeziku ostalim školama. Svaki tim je dao jedan glas nekoj školi i tako se odabrala najbolja priča.

   Iz naše škole se prijavio jedan tim iz 7.b razreda pod nazivom „Brlići gang” s vodstvom mentorice Martine P. Španjur. Hrabri „Brlići gang” sukobio se sa većinom srednjim i par osnovnih škola diljem VPŽ. Bio je rame uz rame srednjim strukovnim, tehničkim školama i gimnazijama. Trudili su se biti kreativni i uživati u stvaranju svoje priče, te su na kraju od ukupno 13 škola zauzeli treće mjesto s istim brojem bodova kao neke gimnazije i srednje škole. Ponosni su što su tek u sedmom razredu bili brojem bodova ispred nekoliko gimnazija i srednjih škola. U timu „Brlići gang” bili su: Roko Berlančić, Iva Dubac, Luka Šulentić i Mihael Šuprna.

Mihael Šuprna, 7.b

OŠ IVANE BRLIĆ – MAŽURANIĆ VIROVITICA, 7.B

THE QUIET GIRL

         It was 1884 in a Russian village Bamek. There lived a poor 13 year old girl without parents, because they died a horrible death. She was found by an unknown scientist who took her in his laboratory so he could do experiments on her. Needles, probing, waterboarding, cutting and other unimagenable things made her lose her voice permanently.

          When she lost her voice she became so quiet she could walk the halls undetected. After that she escaped from the lab and stole a farmers horse. She escaped with the horse into a German village called Korbus. There she never said a word but she worked at the knitting factory for 5 pennies per month until 1904 when on her 20th birthday she had to go to war as a nurse because they lacked medical staff .

She became a travelling nurse and was very liked in military ranks because she was kind, her touch soft and eyes showed empathy. She worked for 20 German marks. When she saw all the horors and pain that all the patients got through, and when she smelled the medicine and felt a syrringe, she remembered her trauma and screamed at the top of her lungs – her voice came back but she was never the same. She was still very quiet and would speak only if needed. Now she was the most loved nurse and who ever was her patient would be cured.

          But then she saw someone who made her hair stand up on her neck.  Who was it? Why was he so scary to her? Why did he look … like death? Her blood ran cold as she remembered who he was…