Palindromy - czyli jak się uczyć poprzez zabawę

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Palindromy - czyli jak się uczyć poprzez zabawę

Dziś kolejny pomysł na połączenia zabawy i nauki. Proponuję palindromy. Intrygują one zarówno dorosłych jak i dzieci. To świetny sposób by wbić to i owo do głowy.




to słowa, a nawet zdania, które czytane normalnie i od końca dają taki sam efekt.


  • Aga
  • eye
  • racecar
  • Murder for a jar of red rum.

Ciekawe, prawda? Palindromy mogą też być tworzone ze słów, nie z liter: King, are you glad you are King?


Palindromy jako ciekawostka pozwalają na wiele działań. Można wyszukać palindromy z ważnymi i ciekawymi słowami lub zwrotami i uczyć się ich w ramach zabawy. Można też skłonić uczniów do tworzenia własnych palindromów. Na pewno łatwiej będzie stworzyć te ze słowami jako jednostką podstawową. Nie zapominajmy też o pracy z tekstem. Bardziej zaawansowanym uczniom możemy podać tekst o palindromach, a same palindromy będą ciekawostkę przyciągającą uwagę uczniów.

Przykładowa lista palindromów:

  • King, are you glad you are king?
  • Fall leaves after leaves fall.
  • Says Mom, "What do you do?" – You do what Mom says.
  • You know, I did little for you, for little did I know you.
  • First Ladies rule the State, and state the rule: "ladies first."
  • Please me by standing by me please.
  • Blessed are they that believe they are blessed.
  • Escher, drawing hands, drew hands drawing Escher.
  • You can cage a swallow, can't you, but you can't swallow a cage, can you?
  • Did I say you never say "never say never"? You say I did.

Zapraszam do dodawania swoich palindromów w komentarzach.

1. Naomi, sex at noon taxes.

1. Naomi, sex at noon taxes. I moan.
2. Never odd or even.
3. A man, a plan, a canal, Panama.
4. Madam, I'm Adam.
5. Sit on a potato pan, Otis.
6. Sit on Otis.
7. Go Hang a Salami, I'm a Lasagna Hog!
8. Too Hot to Hoot
9. Was it a bat I saw?
10. Some men interpret nine memos.
11. Norma is as selfless as I am, Ron.
12. Lee had a heel.
13. I saw desserts; I'd no lemons; alas, no melon. Distressed was I.
14. I was now won, saw I
15. God met I, NIN item dog
16. Bob
17. Saippuakauppias
18. Mom
19. Dad
20. Hannah
21. Otto
22. So many dynamos
23. Enid and Edna dine
24. "Reviled did I live," said I, as evil I did deliver
25. Are we not drawn onward, we few, drawn onward to new era?
26. 10/02/2001
27. Pam loots a stool map
28. Satan oscillate my metallic sonatas
29. Abba
30. 10/11/01
31. Radar
32. Kayak
33. Nurses run
34. Rotator
35. Live was i ere i saw evil
36. Yo banana boy
37. "Not for Cecil?" asks Alice Crofton.
38. Now do I repay a period won.
39. Selim's tired; no wonder, it's Miles.
40. He was as a saw, eh?
41. Eva, can I stab bats in a cave?
42. "Do nine men interpret?" "Nine men," I nod.
43. 10/22/01
44. Able was I, ere, I saw Elba
45. Level
46. Toot
47. Did
48. Redivider
49. Word row
50. Swap God for a janitor, rot in a jar of dog paws.
51. Wo, Nemo, toss a lasso to me now!
52. Ten animals slam in a net
53. Go dog
54. Sums are not set as a test on Erasmus.
55. Did I, debating, Nita dating, Nita bed? I did.
56. Tons forever of snot!
57. Natasha lived as a devil. Ah, Satan!
58. Devil lived
59. To rococo rot
60. Rise to vote, sir
61. Redder
62. Stats
63. Aibohphobia (tongue-in-cheek word for fear of palindromes)
64. Noon
65. Boob
66. Wow
67. Ni talar bra latin! (Swedish for: you speak good latin)
68. Dr. Awkward
69. Oh poop ho!
70. Neil, an alien
71. Racecar
72. Was it a cat I saw?
73. Do geese see God?
74. Emily's Sassy Lime
75. 2/02/02
76. Kayak
77. T. Eliot, top bard, notes putrid tang emanating, is sad. I'd assign it a name: 'Gnat dirt upset on drab pot toilet'.
78. Rats live on no evil star
79. Oh no! Don Ho!
80. Smart trams
81. SPAM maps
82. Name no one man
83. Anne, I vote more cars race Rome to Vienna
84. Paget saw an Irish tooth, Sir, in a waste gap
85. Level? No, I tan, I'm at no contamination level
86. Now, Ned, I am a maiden nun; Ned, I am a maiden won.
87. We repaid a no name Pacific ape man on a diaper, ew!
88. Yo, boy! Trap gnus, nude. 'Kangaroo Rag' naked unsung party, O boy!
89. Did I strap red nude, red rump, also slap murdered underparts? I did!
90. Doc, note: I dissent. A fast never prevents a fatness. I diet on cod.
91. Degas, are we not drawn onward, we freer few, drawn onward to new eras aged?
92. Garret, I ogle. Enemy democrats party; trap star comedy men, eel goiter rag.
93. Lived on Decaf, Faced no Devil
94. Evil olive.
95. Tar rat
96. Star rats
97. Yo bro, free beer for boy
98. I roamed under it as a tired, nude Maori
99. Cigar? Toss it in a can. It is so tragic
100. 20:02 20/02 2002
101. Was it a car or a cat I saw?
102. Liam and Edna mail.
103. 111,111,111 * 111,111,111 = 12345678987654321
104. A slut nixes sex in Tulsa.
105. Go hang a salami, I'm a lasagna hog.
106. I'm a lasagna ham, ma hang a salami.
107. Noise: Lenin is an asinine lesion.
108. Sinatra tall a Tartan is.
109. Ma's made la cheese, eh Cal, Edam, Sam?
110. Animals are all in a vanilla era's lamina.
111. Lay a wallaby baby ball away, Al.
112. A new order began, a more Roman age bred Rowena.
113. A dog, a plan, a canal: pagoda
114. A dog, a panic in a pagoda
115. Tara Lee has a lad; alas, a heel, a rat.
116. Dana did an ad.
117. A hero, glad Al Gore. Ha!
118. Keep eels asleep. Eek!
119. A toyota.
120. A toyota's a toyota.
121. Star comedy by democrats.
122. Golf? No, sir. Prefer prison flog.
123. Step on no pets.
124. Dennis and Edna sinned.
125. A man, a plan, a cat, a ham, a yak, a yam, a hat, a canal - Panama.
126. No, Mel Gibson is a casino's big lemon.
127. God, a red nugget. A fat egg under a dog.
128. Live on time, emit no evil.
129. Dogma: I am God
130. Toronto, I riot! No rot! (Inspired by garbage strike in Toronto).
131. Llama mall.
132. Rot in a jar of pot no dumb mud on top for a janitor.
133. Now sir, a war is never even sir, a war is won.
134. No lemon, no melon
135. Flee to me, remote elf.
136. As I pee, sir, I see Pisa.
137. Did Bob poop? Bob did!
138. Dennis ,Nell, Edna, Leon, Nedra, Anita, Rolf, Nora, Alice, Carol, Leo, Jane, Reed, Dena, Dale, Basil, Rae, Penny, Lana, Dave, Denny, Lena, Ida, Bernadette, Ben, Ray, Lila, Nina, Jo, Ira, Mara, Sara, Mario, Jan, Ina, Lily, Arne, Bette, Dan, Reba, Diane, Lynn, Ed, Eva, Dana, Lynne, Pearl, Isabel, Ada, Ned, Dee, Rena, Joel, Lora, Cecil, Aaron, Flora, Tina, Arden, Noel, and Ellen sinned.
139. Bird rib
140. Drowsy sword
141. Pullup
142. Civic
143. Senile felines.
144. Step on no pets.
145. Mr. Owl ate my metal worm.
146. Poor Dan is in a droop.
147. No it is open on one position.
148. Lonely Tylenol.
149. I saw rail rats live on radar. No evil-star liar was I.
150. A Dan, a clan, a canal, Canada.
151. Yo basil is a boy.
152. Murder for a jar of red rum.
153. Race fast, safe car.
154. Too bat I hit a boot.
155. Warsaw was raw.
156. A santa at NASA.
157. I prefer PI.
158. Put Eliot's toilet up.
159. Was it Eliot's toilet I saw?
160. A man, apt as I am, guesses Seugma is at Panama (Submitted by Dwaine Bailey)
161. No, sir, away; a papaya war is on!
162. Aloha! Hola!
163. Lisa Bonet ate no basil
164. Not a banana baton
165. UFO tofu
166. Egad! No bondage!
167. Oozy rat in a sanitary zoo
168. Tulsa nightlife: filth, gin, a slut
169. A nut for a jar of tuna
170. Live dirt up a sidetrack carted is a putrid evil

Faktycznie ciekawy temat.

Faktycznie ciekawy temat. Może nie na tyle by siedzieć i się tego uczyć na pamięć, ale na pewno jest to zabawne przez kilka minut. Wyszukałem w necie jeszcze wierszyk, który również jest palindromem, choć nie czyta sie zdania od początku do końca, lecz wersy. Czyli czytając wiersz od pierwszego wersu, mamy dokładnie to samo co od ostatniego:

The following poem reads from the first line to the last as it does from the last to the first. It was written by James A. Lindon and was first published in Dmitri Borgmann's Beyond Language (1967).


Entering the lonely house with my wife
I saw him for the first time
Peering furtively from behind a bush –
Blackness that moved,
A shape amid the shadows,
A momentary glimpse of gleaming eyes
Revealed in the ragged moon.
A closer look (he seemed to turn) might have
Put him to flight forever –
I dared not
(For reasons that I failed to understand),
Though I knew I should act at once.

I puzzled over it, hiding alone,
Watching the woman as she neared the gate.
He came, and I saw him crouching
Night after night.
Night after night
He came, and I saw him crouching,
Watching the woman as she neared the gate.

I puzzled over it, hiding alone –
Though I knew I should act at once,
For reasons that I failed to understand
I dared not
Put him to flight forever.

A closer look (he seemed to turn) might have
Revealed in the ragged moon
A momentary glimpse of gleaming eyes
A shape amid the shadows,
Blackness that moved.

Peering furtively from behind a bush,
I saw him, for the first time
Entering the lonely house with my wife.

* A dog! A panic in a

* A dog! A panic in a pagoda!
* Ah, Satan sees Natasha.
* Are we not drawn onward, we few, drawn onward to new era?
* Do geese see God?
* I prefer pi.
* If I had a hi-fi.
* Ma is as selfless as I am.
* Mr. Owl ate my metal worm.
* Never odd or even.
* No devil lived on.
* No, sir, away! A papaya war is on!
* Red rum, sir, is murder.
* Rise to vote, sir.
* So many dynamos!
* A man, a plan, a canal, panama!
* Satan! Oscillate my metallic sonatas.


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