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  • Andrius Kulikauskas
    Mielas Tomai, Trumpai atsiliepiu á jûsø laiðkà apie Skapiðkiø vidurinæ mokyklà Kupiðkio rajone http://www.skapiskischool.00page.com kurá persiuntë
    Message 1 of 7 , Feb 2, 2005
      Mielas Tomai,

      Trumpai atsiliepiu į jūsų laišką apie Skapiškių vidurinę mokyklą
      Kupiškio rajone
      kurį persiuntė Robin Upton į mūsų "Minčių sodo" susirašinėjimą anglų
      kalba, žr:

      Kviečiu įsijungti tenai, siųsk tuščią laišką adresu
      minciu_sodas_EN-subscribe@yahoogroups.com ir gausite mūsų laiškus,
      galėsite atsiliepti ir rašyti.

      Taip pat kviečiame įsijungti lietuvių kalba, analogiškai:
      siųskite tuščią laišką adresu minciu_sodas_LT-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

      Tuo pačiu pasidalinu jūsų laišku. Gal kada sueitumėme? "Minčių sodas"
      http://www.ms.lt tai mano įmonė, telkianti, palaikanti ir aptarnaujanti
      šviesuolius visame pasaulyje. Lietuvoje mus ypač domina kaimo
      šviesuoliai ir savamokslių palaikymas. Jus kviečiu susipažinti su ERDE
      veikla http://www.erde.lt nes ten kaip tik mums rūpi kaimo švietimo
      ateitis. Manau, mums visiems būtų naudinga jeigu dalintumėtės savo
      patirtimi ir dar talkininkautumėte, kaip tiltas tarp veiklos anglų ir
      lietuvių kalbomis. Taip pat kviečiu susipažinti su mūsų mąstytojos -
      gvildentojos Vilijos Bortkevičienės veikla
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/zydintyssodai/ palaikančius visus
      norinčius iškeisti miestą į kaimą.

      Laukiam atsako!


      Andrius Kulikauskas
      Minčių sodas
      +370 (5) 264 5950
      Vilnius, Lietuva

      From: Edward Cherlin <edward.cherlin@...>
      Date: Tue Feb 1, 2005 11:25 am
      Subject: Re: [minciu_sodas_en] FW: volunteer to Lithuania

      click here
      On Wednesday 26 January 2005 11:58, Robin Upton wrote:
      > Maybe someone can help?
      > Robin Upton
      > Altruists International
      > www.altruists.org

      How about if they get a computer and Internet link, and we can
      all get on the Webcam and teach? I have some schools in the U.S.
      looking for such a connection, since students here would learn a
      lot from it.

      So, Tomas, does your school have a computer and an Internet
      connection? If so, what is the data rate?

      Is broadband available to you? At what cost?

      When we have these specifics, we can work out the relative costs
      and benefits of having somebody go there once, vs. having a
      permanent connection to a whole lot of us.

      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Tomas Samoska [mailto:ambercoast25@...]
      > Subject: volunteer to Lithuania
      > To Whom It May Concern,
      > This e-mail is addressed to you by the English teacher
      > of Skapiskis Secondary school, located in the
      > northeastern part of Lithuania. As the member of newly
      > enlarged European Union, Lithuania has the potential
      > of getting rapidly integrated into many areas west
      > European culture.
      > Nonetheless, there are some fields in which we still
      > find ourselves rather weak. Since Skapiskis Secondary
      > school is located in the rural area, approximately 20
      > kilometers away from the closest town, children
      > attending our school are mainly from various tiny
      > villages and they have too little opportunity to meet
      > or hear people speaking the European wide language 
      > the English language.
      > Thus, as an educator, I, Tomas Samoska, the teacher of
      > English would like to apply to your organization for
      > some volunteer who would be willing to assist me in
      > teaching English for a week` s duration some time in
      > March or April.
      > On the 18th of December, I organized the Christmas
      > Wish project by inviting the Dutch charitable
      > organization to our school. For most of 300 children,
      > attending our school this was the very first occasion
      > in their lifetime to hear someone speak English. After
      > the fulfillment of our project I consulted the
      > principal` s assistant Mr. Audrone Liudvinaviciene
      > about the idea of inviting the volunteer who might
      > want to teach our schoolchildren English, also by
      > introducing them to the culture of other countries of
      > European Union.
      > If you consider that working with us on that issue is
      > available, please reply.
      > We are looking forward to hearing from you soon.
      > Yours cordially,
      > Tomas Samoska
      > Skapiskis Secodary school
      > www.skapiskischool.00page.com
      > Lithuania
      > Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
      > Yours,
      > Tomas Samoska
      > Skapiskis Secondary school
      > Lithuania
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