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T. G. Masaryk Czech School
T. G. Masaryk Czech SchoolThursday, October 22nd, 2020 at 3:59pm
Don't miss Charlatan at the Chicago International Film Festival – only 4 days left! 🎥🎞️
In this richly drawn portrait, celebrated Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland (Europa, Europa, Spoor) manifests the riveting life and work of Czech herbalist and faith healer Jan Mikolášek, who cured hundreds with natural remedies. Magnanimous with his abilities, he treated the poor and wealthy alike, never turning away a patient—including the occupying Nazis forces and the president of the country. Yet, it was this last relationship that led to Mikolášek’s downfall, as he was prosecuted for charlatanism by the subsequent Communist government. In yet another incisive historical tale, Holland shines a light on a singular, extraordinary figure and reveals the complexity of—and human susceptibility to—the political machinations of the times.
https://www.chicagofilmfestival.com/digifilm/charlatan/
T. G. Masaryk Czech School
T. G. Masaryk Czech School is with Vojta Molda and 3 others.Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 at 12:34pm
It was great to look in the eyes of the school members after many months of skipping the in person board meetings! 📝👀
T. G. Masaryk Czech School
T. G. Masaryk Czech School is with Kateřina Kalčíková.Sunday, October 18th, 2020 at 1:37am
Výherkyní školní Rouškové soutěže s Hihlíkem se stala Kayla Cabejšek! 🥁🎉
Na převzetí knižní odměny si musela chvíli počkat, ale trpělivost v našem případě knihy přináší! 📚Gratulujeme majitelce nejolajkovanější fotky v roušce!
T. G. Masaryk Czech School
T. G. Masaryk Czech SchoolWednesday, October 14th, 2020 at 7:57pm
Česká ambasáda ve Washingtonu zveřejnila další video našeho žáka v rámci projektu Teach Me! Rayíčkův starší brácha Mark v něm představí něco málo o historii Karlova mostu! 🌉🥚👑 Gratulujeme rodině Samsonových k tak úspěšným potomkům!
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Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington, DC
Twelve-year-old Mark from Illinois "teaches" us about the Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic. What legend and lore lie in this beautiful bridge in the heart of Europe! #TeachMeCR 🇨🇿

About Teach Me: As part of the Mutual Inspirations Festival 2020 – John Amos Comenius, the Embassy of the Czech Republic is thrilled to release short videos of children of all ages teaching about the Czech Republic every Wednesday on its social media! Children from all over the United States have submitted their pieces about food, travel, customs and more to the Embassy’s project in honor of the Father of Modern Education, who deeply cared about universal education for all and modern teaching methods, such as learning through play.

If you would like to submit a short 1-minute video of your child “teaching” something about the Czech Republic, please email czechembassypr@gmail.com. For more information about the project, please visit: https://bit.ly/3c1m08f.
T. G. Masaryk Czech School
T. G. Masaryk Czech SchoolSunday, October 11th, 2020 at 3:43pm
Ilustrátorka Galina Miklínová měla být jedním z hostů jarní Noci s Andersenem, ale Koroňák nám umožnil setkání až v náhradním termínu a pouze virtuálně. 📹 Mluvilo se hlavně o knize H20, kterou teď společně čteme hned ve čtyřech třídách. 💦 Děkujeme Galině, že si pro naši školu vyhradila sobotní večer!
Noc s Andersenem
T. G. Masaryk Czech School
T. G. Masaryk Czech SchoolThursday, October 8th, 2020 at 1:50am
Video našeho žáka Rayíčka Samsona bylo vybráno do projektu Teach Me a zveřejněno na stránkách české ambasády ve Washingtonu! Gratulujeme! 👏🏼🍎🔪
T. G. Masaryk Czech School
Embassy of the Czech Republic in Washington, DC
Six-year-old Ray from Illinois traditionally cuts an apple at Christmas time. He will “teach” you a tip on finding luck (štěstí) in the new year, as part of the project Teach Me. #TeachMeCR

About Teach Me: As part of the Mutual Inspirations Festival 2020 – John Amos Comenius, the Embassy of the Czech Republic is thrilled to release short videos of children of all ages teaching about the Czech Republic every Wednesday on its social media! Children from all over the United States have submitted their pieces about food, travel, customs and more to the Embassy’s project in honor of the Father of Modern Education, who deeply cared about universal education for all and modern teaching methods, such as learning through play.

If you would like to submit a short 1-minute video of your child “teaching” something about the Czech Republic, please email czechembassypr@gmail.com. For more information about the project, please visit: https://bit.ly/3c1m08f.

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