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Happy Easter!

Posted: March 28, 2017 in ACTIVITIES IN THE CLASSROOM

Hi everyone,
We have been doing some Easter activities this week. Here is one of them. It is a writing task. Students have to find Easter eggs on the picture and describe where they are.
Here is the link.

http://bogglesworldesl.com/files4/EasterEggHuntWriting.doc

Enjoy!

Xerach, Noelia and Agata

These last weeks we have been working in class writing the script and creating puppets for our puppets show. It has been a fantastic and amazing activity class to promote cooperative work and spending a great time together!

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Hi everyone,

Students of 3rd Primary did a project that combined Social Studies (Countries) and English (going to). They are touristic guides of a place and explain the things we can do there. They were very creative bringing clothes according to the place, doing very interesting presentations and enjoying the chance of working together. Here you have the result…

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Well done!

Araceli

 

Hello everyone:

As part of our cooperative work, these lovely students became teachers for a while!

Have a nice week!:)
Carlos

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In dieser Woche lesen wir Lektüre im Deutschunterricht. Die Geschichten in den Büchern sind über Protagonisten von unserem Kursbuch. Damit können die Schüler ihre Leseverstehen verbessern und neue Vokabeln lernen. Die Themen der Bücher sind Sommerferien, Freundschaften und Musik.

During this week we read story books in the German classes. The
stories are connected to the protagonists from our textbook. By doing this activity, the students can improve their reading comprehension skills and learn new vocabulary. The topics of the books are summer holidays, friendships and music.

Robert

 

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Hello everyone!
We’ve started the last unit in 2 ESO (hurray!) dealing with sea monsters. We read an extract of a sonnet about kraken. We just loved it! So, we decided to find out more about English sonnets. And so we did. The kids googled “English sonnets” and we learnt about its structure and rhyme scheme. Then, I challenged them to write their own sonnets about a mythical creature. I wasn’t really confident that they would like this activity, you know… poetry sounds like boring 😋 … but they did!!! And here’s the outcome, isn’t it awesome ?

Enjoy 😉
Maria Esther

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Hi folks,

Students of 3rd were working on the past simple so I asked them to bring some photos of their last holidays. They described where and when they went and what they did and these are some examples… Now,they are going to show the pictures to their classmates.

Hope you like it!!

Araceli

Hello everyone!

This week we will be enjoying our open doors for fourth primary. First one has been funny and enjoyable.

Have a nice week.

Carlos

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Our wonderful IB students decided that it was time to improve their fellow students’ (and their own) general knowledge so they made a giant Trivial Pursuit with five different categories of questions. The classes that this particular edition was designed for, were 4 ESO and 1 Bachillerato so the questions were quite tricky at times. The students were put to the test in Science, Economy and Politics, Geography and History, Sports, and finally Language and Culture and they all had a great time competing against each other. As the activity worked so well, we will probably make new versions for lower secondary and primary as well, so stay tuned!

Well done!

Patricia

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We have had a blast this last week both in Readers and in Ethics, where the app Kahoot has allowed us to have a great time learning and refreshing our memory of concepts.

In Readers we used the Kahoot first to help students focus on key aspects and then, the students themselves created Kahoots on different chapters, trying to catch their peers out with difficult questions. In Ethics, we first used a Kahoot created by me, to check the understanding and intake of key concepts from the unit on Democracy, and then, the students were given different parts of the unit on Human Rights, to work on and then teach, by means of the Kahoot quizzes. I must say that this app has a magic effect on students as they didn’t even realise it was time for their break!!

Patricia

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