Today we want to show you our cafeteria where we mostly spend our break between lessons. Here you can hang out with your friends, buy something small to eat and play games for example pool or cards. In the cafeteria some pupils in our group put all of the items that we got in the culture boxes in a big transparent box to show the rest of the school. Hope you all had a great Easter!

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​Today we worked in our groups. We started working on the Swedish survival guide consisting of for example good phrases to know and animals you can see here. The film group finished the culture box film. You will hopefully see it next week on the blog. Have a nice day!

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Culture boxes

To get to know one another we send each other culture boxes which contain different things that represent our countries. In this blogpost we explain the meaning of each object Spain sent us.

1. A traditional meal, like a cake it's called Galette des rois. Its called the kings cake.

2. Brie cheese is common in France. It was invented in Normandie. Brie chesse is a soft cow's-milk cheese named after Brie, the French region from which it originated (roughly corresponding to the modern département of Seine-et-Marne)

3. Different tourist attractions in Paris and facts about them. Like the Eiffel Tower, the Statue of Liberty and the triumph arc.

4. A traditional meal that comes from France. With beef, potato and a sauce.

5. It is typical things from France like the Eiffel Tower, baguettes and the triumphal arch. In the background there's the French flag

6. France's national song. Written in 1792 by a officer in the army named Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle.

7. Viktor Hugo a French writer. He wrote the hunchback from Notre dame.

8. Its a fable called the ant and the cricket. Its about how different crickets and ants are. The cricket sings and plays all summer and the ant is working and fixing for the winter and when the winter came the ant was prepared but the cricket wasn't.

9. A symbol for France and it means preparedness.

10. A painting of French cheese. Its 7 different cheeses.

11. Its a picture of the school entrance of Jean-Claude Dauphin in Nonancourt.

12. An apple tart is a cultural element of Normandy that cannot be ignored, such as the Normand cow, cream and cheese.

13. Its a traditional French potato gratin and the Swedish people eats it to. The ingredients in the gratin is potato, milk, cream, onion, cheese and butter.

14. The Eiffeltower is a well known attraction in Paris. We think they sent an Eiffeltower because it represent France. The building got finished 31th of March 1889. It was build by Gustav Eiffel and it is about 324 meters tall. It is one of the worlds most famous buildings and it cost 7.8 million Franc to build it. You can go up in the Eiffeltower, either by elevator or stairs. It is one of the worlds most popular and visited attractions. It took about about two years to finish it and it was build because of a world's fair.

15. A cow from Normandie its colors are dark brown, black and white. Its milk is the best suited milk for French cheese such as Livarot, Neufchâtel. The cow is a world breed, it has been exported to many countries.


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In today's Erasmus + Project lesson we watched the video were the French students opened our culture box. After we had watched the video we kept on doing what we did the week before. Some of us edited the blog and some of us did other things.

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Welcome to the Swedish blog. Here you can participate in the Erasmus+ projekt, but from a Swedish point of view. You will find some fun videos, pictures and interesting facts. Hope you enjoy!

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