Sunday, 18 May 2014

100 años con Platero

El pasado 7 de mayo homenajeamos a Platero en nuestro IES. Fue un acto sencillo y atractivo en el que participaron todos nuestros/as alumnos/as, leyendo diferentes fragmentos de Platero y yo, en las tres lenguas que están presentes en el centro. 

En este montaje podéis ver lo bien que lo hicieron todos los/las alumnos/as lectores y lo que disfrutaron y aprendieron todos/as los/las demás: 

Monday, 17 February 2014

Sports: Do, Play and Go

Dealing with sports, let's see the difference in the use of Do, Play and Go:

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Who was Valentine?

Watch the video and decide if the sentences are True or False.

  1. Roman Emperor Claudius II didn't want men to marry during in wartime because he believed single men made better soldiers. (1)_____
  2. Bishop Valentine performed public weddings and was jailed and later executed on February 14th. (2)_____
  3. In the Middle Ages young men and women took names from a bowl to see who their valentines would be. They wore these names on their sleeves for one month. (3)_____
  4. To "wear your heart on your sleeve" means that it is easy for other people to know how you are feeling. (4)_____
  5. Valentine's Day is the largest card sending occasion. (5)_____
  6. Girlfriends receive the most Valentine's Day cards. (6)_____
  7. Men buy most Valentines. (7)_____
  8. Men buy most flowers on Valentines Day.  (8)_____
  9. More than 500 million roses are given for Valentine's Day each year. (9)_____
  10. Over $1 billion worth of chocolate is purchased for Valentine's Day in the U.S. (10)_____
  11. More than 35 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate are sold for Valentine's Day. (11)_____
  12. Each year an Italian city receives valentines addressed to Shakespeare's Juliet. (12)_____
  13. Nearly 10 million dog owners buy gifts for their dogs for Valentine's day. (13)_____
  14. 15% of the women in the United States who receive flowers for Valentines day may send them to themselves. 
Thanks to:

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Saint Valentine's Day

Dedicated to everyone who makes me "Happy" every day, every moment. 

Thursday, 6 February 2014

If I were...

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Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Weather Forecast

What's the weather like today? 

Watch  this video and complete the questions proposed:

Weather Forecast

1. Connect the areas with the weather.


Scattered showers
North of Spain

A few showers
Germany and Denmark

A lot of sunshine


Heavy rain and wind

2. Are these sentences true or false?

There are going to be a lot of thunderstorms in the west. 
The rain in Scandinavia is perhaps going to be thundery.
The weather in Italy is wetter than in earlier days.

Heavier rain is going to arrive by Saturday.

Thanks zsofig

Wednesday, 29 January 2014

January 30th - School Day of Peace and Non-Violence

Mahatma Gandhi
January 30th - School Day of Peace and Non-Violence
The School Day of Peace and Non-Violence was first celebrated in 1964. It emerged from Spanish professor Llorenc Vidal’s non-governmental, independent and volunteer pioneer initiative, Non-Violent and Peaceful Education. Its objective is to educate for and about tolerance, solidarity, agreement and respect for Human Rights, non-violence and peace. On this day, primary and secondary schools turn into instruments of peace and understanding among people of distinct occupations, races, cultures and religions.
The basic message of this day is: “Universal Love, Non-Violence and Peace.”
Furthermore, January 30th commemorates the death of the national and spiritual leader of India, Mahatma Gandhi, who was shot and killed by a fanatical Hindu on January 30th, 1948.

Thursday, 16 January 2014

Past Tenses

A video that clearly explains the differences between Past Perfect and Past Simple 

Practice Past Perfect: 

1.- Exercise 1 

2.- Exercise 2