Nina Belomarković i Sara Subić su predstavile naš smer na Sajmu obrazovanja u Novom Sadu, 3.3.2014.
Hi, my name is Ognjen and here are my impresions of the first week.
Coming to „Mitovacka Gimnazija“, I was expecting a lot especially because I’m in a bilingual class. At first, I was a little scared because I had no previous expirience with bilingual curriculum.
The good thing is that we are in a small class so we can learn more and better. On the other hand, we will have to be prepared for every lesson and things like that… We have our own classroom and lockers and that’s our favourite!
Soon we became a group and we have a lot of fun together. The classes are difficult but with the help from our professors they become much easier.
Bilingual classes aren’t much different from the normal classes. The only thing that is different is the language of the subjects but we will learn it.
It’s not very hard but we need to study all the time. If you choose this type of classes, trust me, you won’t be disapointed.
Be ready for teachers to call you „Little choosen group“. 🙂
Ognjen Timotijević I1
„A nation’s greatnes is measured by how it treats its weakest members.“ Mahatma Gandhi
Serbia is one of five European countries with extremely old population. Over 1,250,000 its citizens are above 65 and they make 17% of the population. Every sixth Serbian family consists of old people.
Old people are always there to encourage and support us in everything that we do. They are always on our side when we argue with our parents, they give us advice, pocket money…
Everyone loves to listen to grandpa’s stоries about old times „when life was better“ and to eat grandma’s cookies. But we also need to respect them and to be there when they need some help.
Nikolina Belomarković I1
„Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. “ – Mark Twain