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  • ELC School 18:36 on November 7, 2017 Permalink  

    Alcatraz History 

    Click on the picture to find out more about Alcatraz History!

  • ELC School 12:23 on November 6, 2017 Permalink  

    “New Year, New You?” – New Year’s Resolutions 

    2018 is not far away. Have you thought what are the new things you want to do this year? …or what are the things you need to quit (give up)? …or who ar the people you want to honour?

  • ELC School 17:39 on October 26, 2017 Permalink  

    28 October 1940 

    Read again the passage and write the summary

    The Greco-Italian War (Italo-Greek WarItalian Campaign in Greece; in Greece: War of ’40 and Epic of ’40) took place between the Kingdoms of Italy and Greece from 28 October 1940 to 23 April 1941. This local war began the Balkans Campaign of World War II between the Axis powers and the Allies. It turned into the Battle of Greece when British and German ground forces intervened early in 1941.

    In the mid-1930s, the Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini began an aggressive foreign policy and annexed Albania in the spring of 1939. World War II began on 3 September 1939 and on 10 June 1940, Italy declared war on the Allies. By September 1940, the Italians had invaded FranceBritish Somaliland and Egypt; preparations had also begun to occupy Greece. In the late 1930s, the Greeks had begun to build the Metaxas Line opposite Bulgaria and from 1939 accelerated their defensive preparations against an Italian attack from Albania. In 1940, there was a hostile press campaign in Italy and other provocations, culminating in the sinking of the Greek light cruiser Elli by the Italians on 15 August (the Christian Dormition of the Mother of God festival). On 28 October, Mussolini issued an ultimatum to Greece demanding the cession of Greek territory, which the Prime Minister of GreeceIoannis Metaxasrejected.
    The Italian army invaded Greece on 28 October, before the Italian ultimatum had expired. The invasion was a disaster, the 140,000 troops of the Italian Army in Albania being poorly led and equipped. The Italians had to contend with the mountainous terrain on the Albanian–Greek border and unexpectedly tenacious resistance by the Greek Army. By mid-November, the Greeks had stopped the Italian invasion just inside Greek territory, then counter-attacked and pushed the Italians back into Albania, an advance which culminated in the Capture of Klisura Pass in January 1941. The Italian defeat and the Greek counter-offensive of 1940 have been called the “first Axis setback of the entire war” by Mark Mazower, the Greeks “surprising everyone with the tenacity of their resistance”. After reinforcing the Albanian front to 28 divisions, the Italians conducted the Spring Offensive in 1941, which also failed and by February there was a stalemate.
    In the spring of 1941, the failure of the Italian counter-offensive and the arrival of British ground forces in Greece led the Germans to invade on 6 April. During the Battle of Greece, Greek and British forces in northern Greece were overwhelmed and the Germans advanced rapidly into Greece. In Albania, the Greek army made a belated withdrawal to avoid being cut off by the Germans but was followed up slowly by the Italians and surrendered to German troops on 20 April 1941 (then to Italy for propaganda reasons several days later). Greece was occupied by Bulgarian, German and Italian troops

    (From Wikipedia)

  • ELC School 14:42 on October 25, 2017 Permalink  

    Write a Review 


    Now Write your story

  • ELC School 17:52 on October 24, 2017 Permalink  

    Present Perfect Simple / Continuous 

  • ELC School 09:37 on October 19, 2017 Permalink  

    Schools in Greece by Harry T. 

    There is one thing all schoolchildren have in common! That definitely is that they have six hours studying boring lessons from Monday to Friday in the worst place in the world called school!

    Primary School in Greece is attended by pupils from age 6 to 12 and then they move on to Secondary School until their 18th year, if they have passed all the class exams and have been promoted that is.
    In the end of the year we take exams which in the first three years are 5 and later on in the next three they grow to nine.

    I am in my second year of Secondary School and I am paying more attention to the subjects that I am going to be examined in  at the end of the year, which are Maths, Greek language, Greek Literature, History and Science.

    All the subjects are compulsory and I believe that the ones that the students find more difficult are History and Ancient Greek. My favoutite subject apart from Physical Eucation of course, is Maths.

    To top it all, I think that schools in my country should change a bit in that students would not have to do extra lessons at home to understand the subjects better in my opinion homework shouldn’t be a thing either.

  • ELC School 09:15 on October 19, 2017 Permalink  

    Schools in Greece by Tasos Z. 

    Did you know that even kindergarten kids spend at least 6 hours a day at “school”? You DO? well, you won’t know this one now. Did you know that school teachers know better the school teens than their own parents?  I bet you didn’t know that one.

    Well, I don’t really know how public schools gymnasiums and primary schools are because I never went to one of those. I am and I will be attending a private school where I will stay until I am 18.

    I know though that private schools or at least the one I am attending is really good or… I think so. I have never been to an other school. I only have memories from this one, so… I like it .
    Oh! I never told you. I am attending the first year of Junior High and my favourite subjects are Maths, Science,… You know I really like science stuff.

    In my opinion all — OK not all but most — schools are broken.They make it really hard to understand and it has been the same for ever.

    Check THIS out!

    • ELC School 13:12 on October 20, 2017 Permalink

      Well done Taso! A great article for a school magazine or a blog post!

  • ELC School 21:54 on October 2, 2017 Permalink  

    Past Simple – Past Continuous 

  • ELC School 13:39 on September 20, 2017 Permalink  

    Unit 1 Vocabulary Preparation for Quiz

  • ELC School 20:01 on September 12, 2017 Permalink  

    wELCome Back B1+ Class! 

    Hello my wonderful students!
    Huge CONGRATULATIONS to all of you for your excellent results and especially to our gorgeous Pauline who got 9.55/10 in BCCE speaking!
    This year you are doing B1+ / B2 class!
    Extra vocabulary and lots of events will boost your confidence and I hope that this year will be even more successful than last one!
    Have a great year my super kids!!
    Ms Effie
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