torstai 22. tammikuuta 2015

Erilaisuutta

Mietimme 1-3 E -luokassa, mikä on erilaista Suomessa verrattuna luokkamme oppilaiden kotimaihin. Mieleen tuli muun muassa se, että esimerkiksi Gazassa, Palestiinassa, koulussa ei ole ruokailua vaan oppilaat syövät kotona. Siellä myös hedelmät ovat erilaisia kuin Suomessa. Virossa taas on koulussa enemmän kotitehtäviä kuin Suomessa ja ihmisillä on vähemmän koiria lemmikkieläiminä.
 
Tässä vielä Intiasta kotoisin olevan Neilin kirjoitus englannin kielellä siitä, mikä hänen mielestään on erilaista Suomessa ja Intiassa:

Different things in Finland and India
 
In India we have a moderate climate that means neither cold or hot. When I landed in Finland first thing I noticed was that Finland is a cold place.
 
I have seen people following traffic signals very well In Finland but it’s not the same in India.
 
India is a much bigger country area wise compared to Finland.
 
India has a large population, so generally the roads are noisy and crowded. Comparatively Finland is calmer.
 
In India generally we have small grocery shops on the streets where we can shop for daily items. In Finland we go shopping in malls, there are no small shops on the streets.
 
In India there are 26 languages spoken because there are 26 states. In Finland I have seen people mainly speak Finnish and also in English and Swedish.
 
In India snowfall happens only in a few states during heavy winter. In Finland snowfall is a common thing during winter.
 
In India there is a proper day and night schedule. We can watch sunrise and sunset. In Finland summer has longer days and shorter nights, in winter it’s exactly opposite.
 
In India our food is very oily and spicy but in Finland people prepare to eat soups, salads and grilled food items.
 
In public transport like bus, tram etc. they don’t take money from below 7 years old children, there is no such rule in India.
 
In India generally we follow 4 religions, they are Hinduism, Muslim, Sikhism and Christianity. In Finland mainly there is Christianity.
 
Due to many religions in India we celebrate many festivals. Christmas is one of the biggest festivals in Finland.

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