Zaanse schans & Amsterdam (Friday 12-05-2023)

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Program of this lesson
  • Program of today
  • Introduction about the vlog project
  • Cycling 
  • Zaanse Schans
  • Amsterdam
  • Het pannenkoekenschip (Dinner-time)

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Program today
  • 10:00 Windmill the Cat (paint mill)
  • Walk around the Zaanse schans
  • 12:00 Gattering at the zaanse schans
  • This is Holland attraction
  • City walk (Amsterdam)
  • 16:23 Train to Zaandijk
  • 17:30 Restaurant

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Exchange vlog
Vlog project : 
Make a vlog about the nice, special, funny, sad, moments in english. 
End the vlog with a little reflection about your most valuable moment or something you've learned from this exchange.
Some examples:
➢Cycling
➢ Moments with your host-family
➢ Moments with your buddy
➢ Eating something dutch,  Reviewing a dutch drink
➢ A sportactivity
➢ School
➢ City walk
➢Deadline is Tuesday 16 may.
  • Make sure you can edit your vlog on your mobile phone 
  • Make sure your vlog isn't to big max 2 minutes.



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Family: (step)father, (step)mother, (step)brother, (step)sister, niece, nephew, cousin.
Friends: Best friend (BFF)
Residence: City, village, hamlet, township, community
House: terraced house, semi-detached house, detached house, appartment/flat, farm, villa
Hobbies: reading, playing music, baking cakes, chill with friends
Sport: football, tennis, working out in the gym, dancing etc.
School and education: pedagogical employee, working in a day care (assistant / employee) , secondary school, vocational education
Cycling to the Zaanse schans
Yesterday was a good time to practice your cycling skills. 
Today we will use these skills even more!

Some rules:
  • Cycle next to your buddy. You Cycle on the right, your dutch buddy on the left. 
  • Stay in the group, we cycle as a group, so be responsible and serious.
  • Sometimes you have to get behind each other.
  • People will ring their bell if they want to pass you.
  • Focus on cycling. Look in front of you, pay attention to the road and other people.

  • 2 TIps for your cycling balans. If you start with cycling step on the paddle with your best leg. Look further into the horizon, in that way you won't wobble that much.

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De Zaanse Schans 

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Today we will visit the Zaanse schans. This is a tourist attraction were you can see typical houses of this region. The village wasn't originally there but they moved buidling and windmills to preserve them to this place. 
  • Polder = reclaimed land wich was controlled by windmills
  • Back in the days the windmills were controlling the polder areas
  • Now the gemalen are controlling the polder areas

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Visiting a windmill 

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We walk together after the windmill to the cheese factory en wooden shoe shop

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History of Amsterdam & things we will see

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Visiting Amsterdam
  • A short history 
  • The route
  • Rijksmuseum

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Amsterdam first started as a settlement build on a dam nearby the amstel river, wich flows in to the IJ (open water)(Agua Abierta)
Amsterdam 1200 - (Fishing village)
      (Pueblo de pescadores)
The IJ (open water - agua abierta)
The Amstel river

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Amsterdam 1300 - First Church and first street (First church & damrak) (la primera iglesia & la primera calle: damrak)

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Amsterdam as a trading city
  • 1200-1585 - Amsterdam was growing as a trading city, the first canal ring where builded to get goods ashore at the warehouses (Pakhuizen)

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1585-1672 - large trading companies (V.O.C.), traded in various goods worldwide. 
As a result, Amsterdam grew and with that the second canal ring came and covered the east-side of the city.
second canal ring

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Paleis op de dam (City hall)
  • Paleis op de Dam (Palacio real de Ámsterdam)
  • was builded in 1655 on behalf of regents.
  • Then it's function was a city hall, now its in hands of the dutch royal family.

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Amsterdam as capital 
  • Amsterdam became the capital of the Netherlands when Napoleon was in power.
  • The central station was builded in 1889, by reclaiming land in the IJ

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Het Pannenkoekenschip (Restaurant)

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Menu and options
This evening we will eat at the pannenkoekenboot (Pancake ship - Restaurant). 

On our way to amsterdam you can pick your option !
On our way Back we're collecting the money to pay the dinners.
Unfortanetely we can't order anything else, but there will be cans of water next to your drink of choice.

The menu exists of:
  1. Soup
  2. Prime menu
  3. Dessert
  4. Drink of choice
The prime menu's:
  • Hamburger with fries and a minisalad 
  • Chickenfilet with fries and a minisalad 
  • Dutch Pancake maximum of two ingredients 

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