Polish Legends - art and literary workshop, European Year of Cultural Heritage, Mother Tongues, Mother Tongues Dublin, multilingualism, rising bilingual children Dublin, bilingualism, Dublin

Polish Legends – Art and literary workshop

LANGUAGE: POLISH
AGE GROUP: 3-10
DURATION: 45 MIN
Time: 4.30 pm

FREE EVENT, Booking required.  BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE

Do you know what the Wawel Dragon ate? Who were Lech, Czech and Rus? Why was King Popiel eaten by mice? During the workshops, children will perform masks, which they will use to actively learn about the most famous Polish legends – by playing their characters. Thanks to the workshops on Polish legends, children will have the opportunity to learn some legendary stories on the creation of Poland. In addition, we will try to find some places from the legends on the map and we will make Polish symbols from various materials. Above all, we will use our imagination to travel in time to visit legendary Poland – full of dragons and mysteries!


Legendy polskie – warsztaty plastyczne i literackie.

Czy wiesz, co zjadł Smok Wawelski? Kim byli Lech, Czech i Rus? Dlaczego króla Popiela zjadły myszy? Podczas warsztatów dzieci będą wykonywać maski, z których skorzystają, aby aktywnie poznawać najsłynniejsze polskie legendy – grając ich bohaterów. Dzięki warsztatom poświęconym polskim legendom dzieci będą miały okazję poznać legendarne historie powstania Polski. Spróbujemy też znaleźć miejsca z legend na mapie Polski i wykonamy polskie symbole z różnych materiałów plastycznych. Co najważniejsze, rozwiniemy skrzydła wyobraźni, aby podróżować w czasie i odwiedzić legendarną Polskę – pełną smoków oraz tajemnic!

AGA PEDRAK

Aga believes that language is the key to one’s mind and heart. She is passionate about child bilingualism and biculturalism, and about the teaching and transmission of Polish to the next generations. She studied in Poland and Germany before coming to Ireland, where she is a Polish language teacher and a lecturer at the Old Polish University in Dublin. She is the vice-director of the Equal Chances Polish School in Carlow, and a member of the Irish Polish society. Her popular blog on multilingualism is helping Polish families worldwide.
Aga is an outreach officer and public speaker of Mother Tongues.

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