Thursday, 19 June 2014

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Fin de Curso Solidario 4ºESO.

Grabaciones del fin de curso solidario de 4ºESO.

Promoción 2010-2014, (sección bilingüe)

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

4º ESO. 2nd verbs' revision (May)


  THESE VERBS ARE ALREADY CORRECTED

4º ESO

SOLUTIONS TO THE 2ND VERBS' REVISION (May)


  1. Simple present: was waiting-wait
    1. He waits...
    2. He doesn´t wait...
    3. Does he wait...?
    4. Yes, he does/ No, he doesn´t.
    5. Doesn't he wait...?
    6. Él me espera.
  2. Simple conditional: sings-sing
    1. He would sing....
    2. He wouldn´t sing...
    3. Would he sing...?
    4. Yes, he would/ No, he wouldn´t.
    5. Wouldn't he sing...?
    6. Él cantaría una canción bonita.
  3. Past perfect: is opening-open
    1. She had opened ...
    2. She hadn´t opened ...
    3. Had she opened...?
    4. Yes, she had/ No, she hadn´t.
    5. Hadn't she opened...?
    6. Ella había abierto la otra ventana.
  4. Past continuous: wrote-write
    1. We were writing a very long letter.
    2. We weren´t writing ...
    3. Were we writing...?
    4. Yes, we were/ No, we weren´t.
    5. Weren't we writing...?
    6. Nosotros estábamos escribiendo una carta muy larga.
  5. Simple past: will see-see
    1. He saw it.
    2. He didn´t see it.
    3. Did he see it?
    4. Yes, he did/ No, he didn´t.
    5. Didn't he see it?
    6. Él lo/la vio.
  6. Simple future: were-be
    1. You will be a good doctor.
    2. You won´t be...
    3. Will you be...?
    4. Yes, I will/ No, I won´t.
    5. Won't you be...?
    6. Tú serás un buen doctor.
  7. Present continuous: are going to play-play
    1. We are playing the cello at the Met.
    2. We aren´t playing...
    3. Are we playing...?
    4. Aren't we playing...?
    5. Yes, you are/ No, you aren´t.
    6. Nosotros estamos tocando el violonchelo en el Metropolitan.
  8. Present perfect: will feel- feel
    1. You have felt bad after the walk.
    2. You haven´t felt...
    3. Have you felt...?
    4. Yes, I have/ No, I haven´t.
    5. Haven't you felt...?
    6. Te has sentido mal después del paseo.
  9. Going to” future: were eating-eat
    1. You are going to eat a salad.
    2. You aren´t going to eat...
    3. Are you going to eat...?
    4. Yes, I am/ No, I´m not.
    5. Aren't you going to eat...?
    6. Tú vas a comer una ensalada.
  10. Simple conditional: had come-come
    1. She would come home.
    2. She wouldn´t come...
    3. Would she come...?
    4. Yes, she would/ No, she wouldn´t.
    5. Wouldn't she come...?
    6. Ella vendría a casa.

Monday, 19 May 2014

4º ESO. Grammar revision for the third term 2. Other grammar


GRAMMAR REVISION FOR THE THIRD TERM 2. OTHER GRAMMAR (May)
 
1.- SOME/ANY: COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH “SOME, “ANY” “SOMEBODY”....
  1. We didn´t buy any flowers.
  2. The museum is free. It costs nothing to go in.
  3. This evening I´m going out with some friends.
  4. I´m looking for my glasses. I can´t find them anywhere.
  5. Have you seen any good films recently? No, I haven´t seen any films since January.

Saturday, 5 April 2014

OPINION ABOUT MR BEAN

OPINION ABOUT MR BEAN

This book is about a man that works at the art gallery in London, he has to travel to Los Angeles.
The story is very funny and the vocabulary of the book is easy.



Friday, 7 March 2014

2º ESO. Unit 3. Vocabulary

THIS VOCABULARY IS ALREADY CORRECTED
Trumpet: trompeta
Trombone: trombón
Saxophone, sax: saxofón, saxo
Double bass: contrabajo
Drums, drum set: batería
Violin: violín

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Book Opinion A TALE OF TWO CITIES

"A Tale of Two Cities" is a wonderful classic book by Charles Dickens. The story is about the causes of the French Revolution, different points of view, and a love story during it. The final part is what I love the most, but I liked this book since the first page. Although it is a fiction story, you can learn some things about the French Revolution and it is useful for social sciences. I totally recommend it, it's kinda long, but it's worth it.

Monday, 3 February 2014

1º ESO. Bullying. Vocabulary.

VOCABULARY OF "ARE YOU AGAINST BULLYING?"

Ignore: ignorar
Fellow: compañero
Encourage: animar
Pupil: alumno
Certain: cierto
More than: más que
Other: otro (pronoun)
Call names: insultar
Trip: poner la zancadilla
Push: empujar
Deliberately: deliberadamente
Corridor: pasillo
Property: propiedad
Someone: alguien
Else: más
Without: sin
Permission: permiso
Spead: extender, propagar
Rumor(rumour): rumor
Challenge: retar
Plan: planificar
Fight: luchar
Make fun of: burlarse de
Above: por encima

Thursday, 26 December 2013

3º ESO. Optional project 2. They are Geniuses!

THEY ARE GENIUSES!


1.- Look for a photo of these people and paste it here:
a) Handicapped people:
  • Louis Braille        
  • Stephen Hawkings
b) Women:
  • Marie Curie
c)Human and social models
  • Gandhi    
  • Mother Teresa

Wednesday, 25 December 2013

2º ESO. Optional projects

1º ESO. Project 1. The Millennium Development Goals

THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

http://www.un.org/cyberschoolbus/mdgs/index.asp



1.- Name the 8 millennium development goals

1º ESO. Optional projects

2º ESO. Ecology project 2. Help Our Planet

DO YOU WANT TO HELP OUR PLANET? (Use the dictionary www.wordreference.com to help you when you need it.)  
Part 1
 Click on http://cooltheearth.org/

1.What is “Cool The Earth”?

2.What 5 elements does the programme work with?

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Objetivos de desarrollo del milenio de las Naciones Unidas

LOS OBJETIVOS DEL MILENIO
Primera parte

Entra en la página http://www.un.org/Pubs/CyberSchoolBus/mdgs/spanish/index.asp
 y úsala para responder a las preguntas que te he preparado:

1. ¿Cuáles son los 8 objetivos de desarrollo del milenio?

2. ¿Cuánta gente sobrevive con menos de 1 dólar al día?

3. Entra en cada uno de los objetivos y completa las frases de los cuadros interactivos

que están a la derecha:

IMAGINA ...

REALIDAD ...

Segunda parte (si no te salen los mapas no insistas, la página no funciona bien a veces)

Seguimos en la misma página web. Haz clic en “Sigue el progreso” y analiza la situación de los ocho objetivos en el mundo. IMPORTANTE: Haz siempre clic en el cuadrado gris de “datos no disponibles” para no hacerte una idea falsa de la situación.

1. Elige tres países en los que más de la mitad de la gente viva con menos de un dólar al día

2. ¿En qué continente se encuentran?

3. ¿En qué continente hay menos alumnos matriculados en Educación Primaria?

4. ¿Cuál continente destaca por lo contrario?

5. Respecto a la igualdad de niños y niñas en el acceso a la educación primaria, ¿en

qué tres países fuera de África está peor la situación? ¿Has oído hablar de esos

países en la tele? ¿Por qué?

6. ¿Hay más o menos países en rojo en educación secundaria? ¿Qué significa?

7. ¿Qué significa el color rojo en el mapa de “Tasa de mortalidad de niños menores de

5 años por cada 1000 nacidos vivos”? Da los datos de 3 de esos países

8. ¿En qué parte del mundo mueren más madres al dar a luz?

9. ¿Cuáles son los cinco países más afectados por el SIDA? Escribe los porcentajes.

¿Te ha llamado algo la atención?

10. ¿Cuál es el país con más problemas de desempleo entre los 15 y los 24 años? ¿Cuál

es su porcentaje? ¿En qué grupo está España? ¿Cuál es nuestro %?

Tercera parte (si no te salen los mapas no insistas, la página no funciona bien a veces)


 Kanouté (jugador de fútbol) es originario de Malí. De allí vienen también la mayoría de los emigrantes subsaharianos que llegan a España. Vuelve a ver los mapas y haz una tabla con la situación de ese país respecto a los 8 objetivos.

OBJETIVO COLOR DATOS

 ¿Te gustaría vivir allí?

Monday, 11 November 2013

2º ESO. Unit 1. Part 2. Exercises 22-30


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THESE EXERCISES ARE ALREADY CORRECTED
22.Tzu-Lee says that teenagers don't have a lot of free time.She wants to go to an after school club and do drama or go riding.She thinks it`s important to do different things. Teenagers have a hard life/ A teenager's life is a hard life.
23.Similar to number 22.
24.Tzu-Lee´s neighbours have a lot of free time, they practise a lot of activities: chess, dancing, swimming, gymnastic and go on coach trips to different places/ they play chess, they go dancing, they go swimming, they do gymnastics and they go on coach trips to different places. They are never bored.
25. Similar to number 24.
26.Jack doesn`t have much free time. He helps his dad after school. He likes learning about car, he hasn't got any special hobbies but he likes listening to music and making cds for his friends.
27.Similar to number 26.
28.Jack´s mum hasn´t got much free time because she is a working mum. After work she has dinner, she watches TV and then she goes to bed. At the weekends she likes spending time with her kids.They go bowling or cycling if the weather is nice. She likes walking but her children say it's boring.
29. Similar to number 28.
30. (+) She buys clothes
(-)She doesn´t buy clothes
(?)Does she buy clothes?
Yes,she does/ No,she doesn´t
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By Ismael