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Every 28 October, Greeks all over the world celebrate 'OXI Day', the 'no' to fascism voiced on 28 October 1940. The national celebration commemorates Greece's heroic stance during WWII, which is believed to have changed the course of the war and the course of modern history, and to have become a lesson of the universal values of freedom, justice and equality.
Below can be found various educational resources:
Greek national anthem
Ζωγραφική για την 28η Οκτωβρίου
Παιδικά ποιήματα για την 28η Οκτωβρίου
The Association of Independent Schools of NSW has published a range of teacher-created Extension support materials. Teachers can access all the AISNSW Languages resources by clicking on the Resource Centre of the AIS website https://www.aisnsw.edu.au/resource-centre and then clicking on the dropdown menu under Teaching and Learning (in the blue column on left side) and clicking on Languages. Alternatively, the direct link for Modern Greek is below:
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