Monday, 13 December 2010

Christmas Pantomime ( Cinderella-Cenicienta)

A pantomime is a musical-comedy theatrical production mostly performed at Christmas. I think you won´t find the video hard to understand. Enjoy!

Friday, 10 December 2010

Jesús, Ángela, María y Bea

Your exposition could have been far better. I know you have prepared it carefully and that you could have talked without looking at the paper, but don´t worry! I understand it´s the first time you talked in English in front of your classmates.

Well done!

Patricia, Ana Álvarez y las hermanas Barrera



The slides can´t be shown as we saw them in class. Maybe it´s a different format. The slides seem too big,especially the words in capital letters, but, anyway, the pp is amazing.

Well done, girls!

Sunday, 5 December 2010

JOHN LENNON ( The best singer ever!)

It´s been nearly 30 years ( next Wednesday) since John Lennon,one of the best known musicians of all times,was assassinated by a crazy Mark David Chapman. But his legend still lives on.

I´ve uploaded some songs for you to listen to, sing or just watch. They are worth a try. Hope you enjoy!

Who hasn´t listened to this beautiful song? The message is crystal clear...


Dad una oportunidad a la paz ( Give Peace a Chance!) A great pacifist Lennon was.



All you need is Love. Great song with plenty of different musical instruments.



In my Life. Easy to understand ( with Spanish and English subtitles).

Friday, 26 November 2010

Mr Bean getting up late for the dentist

USEFUL VOCAB

alarm clock, safety razor, get stuck,get dressed,pyjamas,socks,steering wheel, rondabout, feet, brush his teeth, tootbrush, toothpaste,spit,bottom,traffic warden, pour water, jar, take a seat, drill, filling, syringe, anaesthetize, inject, anaesthesia, absorb, nurse





1.What time did Mr. Bean get up? __________________________
2. Why did he get up late? ________________________________
3. Where did he put his alarm clock? ________________________
4. Was Mr. Bean fully awake when he got up? __________________
5. What did Mr. Bean do with the curtains?____________________
6. After opening the curtains, what did he do next? ______________________________
7. What kind of appointment did he have at 9:00 A.M?__________________________
8. What clothes did Mr. Bean take off in the car? _________________________________
9. What clothes did he put on? ______________________
10. Did he brush his teeth? ________________________________
11. Who did he see when he got out of the car? _______________________
12. Why was the police officer looking at his trousers? ___________________________




14.Was he late for his appointment? ___________________________________
15. Who did he first meet at the dentist’s clinic? _______________________________
16. What did the nurse tell him? _______________________
17. What book did he want to read? ______________________
18. Who was reading the comic book? ____________________
19. How did he get the comic book from the boy? ____________________________________
20. What happened when he started reading the comic book?____________________________
21. What is a syringe? Who uses it?____________________

Monday, 15 November 2010

CAST AWAY




Describe the following things:



How he feels while he is on the island



all the things you can see: the places, the character´s looks,



Why do you think he draws a face on a ball?



What happens at the end of the trailer? What do you think about their relationship?

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Mr Bean

Mr Bean at the Mall

KEY VOCAB:

Credit card, shop assistant, perfume, try, towel, fish, frying pan, coat, escalator, toothbrush, pay by check/in cash, make a mistake, account, withdraw money,wallet, knife, toilet paper, floor, mirror, kitchen utensils, peeler.




Comprehension questions

1. What does Mr. Bean want to do at the shopping mall?
___________________________________________
2. Does Mr. Bean like the smell of perfumes? ___________________
3. What does he do with the toothbrush? __________________________
4. After trying the toothbrush, does he take the same one?
___________________________________
5. What does he want to buy next? _________________________
6. What does he do with the towel? _________________________
7. How does he get to the second floor? _____________________________________
8. What does he want to buy at the kitchen utensil shelves?
_____________________________
9. How does he know the correct knife (peeler knife) to buy?
_________________________________________________________________
10. How does he try the frying pan?
_________________________________________________________________
11. What does he want to buy next?
_________________________________________________
12. How does Mr. Bean want to pay?
____________________________________________________
13. What happens when he tries to pay?
__________________________________________________
14. What should Mr. Bean have said when the man mistakenly took his card?
_________________________________________________________

esol-galaxy.com

Saturday, 30 October 2010

hERE
Here to check the rules.
Here
For Conditionals...here!
Commom Phrasal verbs here
Problems with Reported Speech? Click here
To practice the passive voice click here
Click here to practice Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses

For and Against + Opinion Essays

In order to practice your writing click here

Riddles

Q: Why did the man throw the butter out the window?
A: He wanted to see the butterfly.
Q: What can't be used until it's broken?
A: An egg.

Q: What do tigers have that no other animals have?
A: Baby tigers.

Q: Why is number six afraid ?
A: Because seven eight nine (seven ate nine)


Q: Which letter is always trying to find reasons?
"y" (Why?")

Q: Which letter is not me?
A: U.

Q: "What letter of the alphabet has got lots of water?"
A: "The C"

Q: "What letter of the alphabet is always waiting in order?"
A: "The Q. (queue)

Q: What has two heads, four eyes, six legs and a tail?
A: A horse and its rider.

Q: What is as big as a horse but doesn't weigh anything?
A: The horse's shadow.

Q: What begins with T, ends with T and has T in it?
A: A teapot.

Q: A man rode into town on Tuesday. Two days later he rode home on Tuesday. How is this possible?
A: His horse's name is Tuesday.

Q: A father and his son were in a car accident. The father died. The son was taken to the hospital. The doctor came in and said: I can't do surgery on him, because he's my son. Who was the doctor?
A: The doctor was his mother.

A: How many apples can you eat if your stomach is empty?
B: 4 or 5
A: No, that's wrong, because after eating one apple your stomach isn't empty.

Q: Why are baseball stadiums so cool?
A: There is a fan in every seat.

Q: What's got a head and a tail, but no body?
A: A coin.

Q: What's got a wave but no sea?
A: My hair.

Q: What is the longest word?
A: Smiles, because there is a mile between the first and last s.
Crime vocabulary

The words below are the most important words used when talking about crime.

Crime - Crimes

Arson
assault
blackmail
burglary
Fraud
hijacking
hooliganism
kidnapping
mugging
Crime - Criminals
mugger
murderer
robber
shoplifter
smuggler
terrorist
Thief
vandal

Crime - Justice System

appeal
barrister
caution
Cell
community service
Court
court case
death penalty
defense
Fine
gaol, jail
Guilty
imprisonment
innocent
Judge
Jury
justice
lawyer
offence
sentence
Prison
probation
prosecution
punishment
capital punishment
corporal punishment
remand home
solicitor
Trial
verdict
witness

Crime - Verbs

Arrest
Ban
break in
break out
break the law
burgle
charge
commit a crime
escape
get away
get away with
hold up
investigate
Rob
Steal

Crime - Other Related Words

Alibi
armed
burglar
car alarm
Alarm
Legal
illegal
store detective
private detective
weapon
IDIOMS AND PROVERBS

Try to guess the Spanish equivalent for the following idioms and proverbs:

To bring home the bacon
His bark is worse than his bite
To be full of beans
I wasn´t born yesterday
To rain buckets
To rain cats and dogs
To kick the bucket
To give the sack
To have a bun in the oven
To be in the family way
Let sleeping dogs lie
Cats have nine lives
Until the cows come home
The die is cast
Never say die
All dressed up and nowhere to go
To cost and arm and a leg
Go fly a kite!
To be a piece of cake
On Shanky´s pony
The show must go on
A stab in the back
To pull someone´s leg
As deaf as a post
As stubborn as a mule
Out of sight out of mind
To sleep like a log
To be dressed to kill
To kill two birds with a stone
To go down like ninepins
Hold your horses!

Monday, 4 October 2010

2º BCT

PROYECTO INTEGRADO 2º BCT

1st TERM. CONTENT: TRADITIONS IN ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES
1) Origin
2) Story or history
3) Legends
4) Curiosities
5) Sayings and chants
6) Customs ( fancy dress, food…)

OBJECTIVES + DATES

October

8: look for information and start summarizing
15: look for information and continue summarizing
22: prepare your power point with pictures and some written text
29: continue with the power point and activities

November

5: activities in groups
12: prepare exposition and activities in class
19: activities ( listening, speaking)
26: activities in class

December

3: entrega de proyecto en papel. 1st exposition
10: 2nd exposition
17: 3rd exposition

The exposition will last around 15 minutes per group.

EVALUATION

35% Project in paper + a power point to use when exposing

35% Exposition ( fluency, pronunciation, way of exposing)

15% List of new vocabulary ( 20 words minimum) + report + comprehension questions ( 10 ) for your classmates

15% Activities + participation in class

2º BHCS

PROYECTO INTEGRADO 2º BHCS

1st TERM. CONTENT: TRADITIONS/FESTIVITIES IN ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRIES

1) Origin
2) Story vs history
3) Legends
4) Curiosities
5) Sayings and chants
6) Customs ( fancy dress, food…)

OBJECTIVES + DATES

October

4: look for information and start summarizing
11: look for information, videos or pictures and continue summarizing
18: prepare your power point with pictures and some written text.
25: continue with the power point and actitivies

November

8: activities in groups
15: prepare the exposition and activities in class
22: entrega de proyecto en papel. 1st exposition
29: 2nd exposition

December

13: 3rd Exposition
20: 4th Exposition

The exposition will last around 15 minutes per group.

EVALUATION

35% Project in paper + a power point to use when exposing

35% Exposition ( fluency, pronunciation, way of exposing)

15% List of new vocabulary ( 20 words minimum) + report + comprehension questions ( 10 ) for your classmates

15% Activities + participation in class

Friday, 24 September 2010

REMEMBER ME (MOVIE TRAILER)








ACTIVITY 1: FILL IN THE GAPS


Tyler: Gandhi said that whatever you do in_______will be______.

But it's very__________ that you do it



Girl: Officer, those two were just trying to stop it.



Cop: Go _______



Tyler: hey hey… I tend to agree with the________part



Charles: You could do worse than have a father who bails you out of ________



Tyler: I don't want to be bailed out of __________



Caroline: Why do you think dad doesn't want to_______ with me?



Charles: She knows I'll take care of her … That's all there is Tyler...



Tyler: That's all there is? It's not ________



Receptionist: You know you can't _________in here.



Tyler: Then, why do you have an ashtray?



Receptionist: It's a _________, it completes the room.



Tyler: I guess it was just here to tease me.



Tyler's friend: You've been a_________ .These past couple of weeks, alright? You don't want to go out _______.I've had enough of this introvert stuff, OK? I'm ready to set up an intervetion here!



ACTIVITY 2: JOIN THE CORRECT ANSWER

1.Who´s Ally? A. She´s the cops´s daughter
2.What does Ally have first in meals? B. Because her father disapproves their relationship.
3.What kind of food does Tyler prepare for Ally? C. A chocolate cake
4.What is Tyler wearing when he´s in the restaurant? D. He´s wearin a dark suit, white shirt and a dark tie.
5.Why do you think Ally leaves her house? E. 22
6.What´s Ally´s real name? F. Dessert
7.How old is Tyler? G. Emilie de Ravin



Activity from anglesonline

Thursday, 16 September 2010

TRADITIONS ( 1st TERM)

YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE ONE TRADITION OR FESTIVITY FROM AN ENGLISH SPEAKING COUNTRY.

GUY FAWKES´ NIGHT

HALLOWEEN

ST VALENTINE

MARDI GRASS

EASTER

PANCAKE DAY

CHRISTMAS

THANKSGIVING

REMEMBRANCE DAY

HOGMANAY

ST DAVID´S DAY

ST GEORGE´S DAY

ST ANDREW´S DAY

ST PATRICK´S DAY

MOTHERING SUNDAY

APRIL FOOL´S DAY

MAY DAY

Tuesday, 14 September 2010

LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL







What can you see at the beginning of the trailer?



Explain the relationship between the man and the woman. Are they a couple? How do you know that?





Describe the woman´s feelings with her fiancé and with the main male character in the film.





Name the main differences you can see in relation to the beginning and the end of this trailer.



Wednesday, 8 September 2010

CHARLIE CHAPLIN






ACTIVITY 1: Answer the following questions


What do you think Charlie has said to the child?

Why has the child taken some stones?

When the child is going to throw a stone for the third time, he sees a man is standing behind him. Can you imagine who he is?

Why Chaplin kicks the little boy?


ACTIVITY 2: Write a dialogue with your partner.
Mr Bean at the dentist



1.What time did Mr. Bean get up? __________________________
2. Why did he get up late? ________________________________
3. Where did he put his alarm clock? ________________________
4. Was Mr. Bean fully awake when he got up? __________________
5. What did Mr. Bean do with the curtains?____________________
6. After opening the curtains, what did he do next? ______________________________
7. What kind of appointment did he have at 9:00 A.M?__________________________
8. What clothes did Mr. Bean take off in the car? _________________________________
9. What clothes did he put on? ______________________
10. Did he brush his teeth? ________________________________
11. Who did he see when he got out of the car? _______________________
12. Why was the police officer looking at his trousers? ___________________________
Mr Bean at the hospital




14.Was he late for his appointment? ___________________________________
15. Who did he first meet at the dentist’s clinic? _______________________________
16. What did the nurse tell him? _______________________
17. What book did he want to read? ______________________
18. Who was reading the comic book? ____________________
19. How did he get the comic book from the boy? ____________________________________
20. What happened when he started reading the comic book?____________________________
21. What is a syringe? Who uses it?____________________
Mr Bean at a restaurant

Mr. Bean in Room 426 Part 1

WARMING-UP ACTIVITY


Before watching the video. Answer the following questions:


1. Where did you spend your last holiday?
2.What did you do in this place you went to?
3.How did you get there?
4.Who did you go with?
5.Where did you spend the night?
6. What is your most memorable holiday? Why?


LET´S TALK ABOUT TRAVELLING

1. What do you do when you first arrive at the hotel?
2.Who do you usually meet at the reception?
3.What do people do at the reception when they first arrive at the hotel?
4.Have you ever checked into a hotel?
5.What information do people usually fill into the form at the reception?
6.What things do people usually take along when they travel?



USEFUL VOCAB


Hotel, reception,check in, fill a form, suitcase,bellhop ( bellboy), guest,elevator/lift, forget, button,steering wheel, remote control, corridor, pretend, drawer,switch,receptionist,tip, I.D card, driving license, passport, drill, teddy bear,change channels,jump, switch on and off,duvet,complain,stand on,blindfold,a pair of socks, a pair of jeans, receptionist,mattress,







Complete the following exercise with the vocabulary above ( according to their meaning):(TO DO IN CLASS)



documents:

things or places in a building/bedroom/hotel:

people or jobs:

things in a bedroom:

things we do:





LET´S PRACTICE

Mr Bean at the hotel




Answer these comprehension questions( HOMEWORK)




1. What does Mr. Bean want to do at the hotel reception?
2. What does the bellhop want from him?
3. What does he do with the switch when he gets into the room?
4. Who gets into the room first? Mr. Bean or the other guest?
5. What does he hear when he picks up the phone?
6. What was Mr. Bean doing before the bellhop knocked on his door?
7. Why does the bellhop clear his throat? What does he want?
8. What does Mr. Bean think? What does he offer him?
9. What device does Mr. Bean find on the TV? What is it used for?
10. Who comes out to the corridor and why?
11. What does Mr. Bean pretend to do?
12. What does he take out of his suitcase? Where does he put it? What happens?
13. What other things does he take out of his suitcase?
14. Can you hear an animal? Do you know what it is?

GROUP TASK( TO DO IN CLASS): Work in groups and create dialogues for the receptionist, Mr Bean and the bellhop. What did they have to say that they didn´t say in the movie?
Mr Bean (lunchtime)









A) Learn these useful words: garden,bread,hot water bottle,sneeze,scissors,spin,surface,take out,overcoat,spices,butter,food item,armpit,squeeze,crush,scrape,lettuce,first,second,third,next,then,finally.



Language focus: adverbs of sequence: first,second,next,finally...

Skills focus: describing a sequence.



B) Answer the following questions:



1. What does Mr. Bean do when he first gets into the garden?

2.What does he want to do?

3.What does the man sitting next to him offer?

4.What food item dies he take out of his overcoat first?

5.What does he do then?

6.What does he do after cutting the bread?

7.What does he use to scrape the surface of the butter?

8.After putting the butter on the sandwich, what does Mr. Bean take out next?

9.What does he do with the lettuce?

10.After spinning the lettuce in his sock, what does he do next?

11.What does he take out next?

12.What does he do with it?

13.What does he take out next?

14.What does he do with the spices?

15.After putting the spices on the sandwich what does he take out then?

16.Where does he put the hot water bottle?

17.What does he next take out?

18.What does he do next?

19.What happens finally?

Thursday, 20 May 2010








YES, Mr BEAN COUL TALK!!

Sunday, 21 March 2010

THIRD TERM

CREACIÓN DE UN BLOG-PERIÓDICO DONDE SE EXPONGAN LAS NOTICIAS MÁS RELEVANTES DE UNA ZONA QUE TENDRÉIS QUE ELEGIR DE UNO DE LOS PAÍSES DE LAS ISLAS BRITÁNICAS ( REINO UNIDO-INGLATERRA,ESCOCIA,GALES E IRLANDA DEL NORTE- + IRLANDA)E INTERNACIONALES. DENTRO DE CADA PAÍS, OS TENDRÉIS QUE CENTRAR EN UNA CIUDAD . SI ES EN INGLATERRA, OS TENDRÉIS QUE CENTRAR EN UNO DE LOS 48 CONDADOS QUE HAY.

TENDRÉIS QUE BUSCAR NOTICIAS Y ARTÍCULOS QUE CONTENGAN LOS SIGUIENTES TEMAS:

-EDUCACIÓN
-POLÍTICA O DEPORTE
-SUCESOS

TENDRÉIS QUE HABLAR TAMBIÉN DE ALGUNAS NOTICIAS INTERNACIONALES. TENÉIS QUE ELEGIR 4 DE LAS SIGUIENTES:

GUERRA DE IRAK, PREMIO NOBEL PARA OBAMA,GRUPOS TERRORISTAS ( ETA, AL QAEDA), MUNDIAL DE SUDÁFRICA 2010, SELECCIÓN ESPAÑOLA CAMPEONA DE EUROPA, MICHAEL JACKSON,PLAN BOLONIA, CRISIS Y PARO, CALENTAMIENTO GLOBAL, CATÁSTROFES MUNDIALES, ELECCIONES GENERALES REINO UNIDO 2010,

*SI ENCONTRÁIS OTRA NOTICIA RELEVANTE DEL AÑO PASADO ( O ALGUNA QUE ESTUVIESE PROGRAMADA PARA ESTE AÑO)QUE NO LA HAYA PUESTO ANTERIORMENTE, ENSEÑÁDMELA Y DECIDIMOS SI PODÉIS HABLAR DE ELLA.

CADA SECCIÓN TENDRÁ QUE SER PRESENTADA CON UNA LISTA DE VOCABULARIO ÚTIL.

AL FINAL DEL TRIMESTRE TENDRÉIS QUE ENTREGARME OTRO INFORME.

TODO ESTO VALDRÁ 8 PUNTOS.

LOS 2 RESTANTES SERÁN PARA UNA REDACCIÓN (INDIVIDUAL)QUE HAREMOS EN CLASE SOBRE UNO DE ESTOS TEMAS. ÉSTA SERÁ DE OPINIÓN O ARGUMENTATIVA.


REDACCIÓN EN CLASE + ENTREGA DE INFORME

LETRAS: DÍA 17 DE MAYO

CIENCIAS: 21 DE MAYO

FECHA LÍMITE DE PUBLICACIÓN: 15 DE MAYO.



*OS ACONSEJO QUE HAGÁIS UN TEMA POR CLASE Y, SI PODÉIS, PUBLICADLO ESA MISMA SEMANA O FIN DE SEMANA. DIVIDIOS EL TRABAJO PERO TENED EN CUENTA QUE EN LA REDACCIÓN OS PONDRÉ UNO DE LOS 7 TEMAS/NOTICIAS DE VUESTRO PROYECTO, POR LO QUE TODOS TENDRÉIS QUE HABER LEÍDO TODAS LAS NOTICIAS.

Friday, 19 March 2010

PODCASTS

Hi there,

I have added some very useful websites where you can improve your listening skills. These sites are destinated to all the students who want to listen to some podcasts in their free time. Don´t worry! It´s not COMPULSORY!

I´d like you to create some podcasts this term. I know it´s dead easy, but you have to download some programs (audacity and more things) and record yourselves at home, so I´m afraid we cannot do this. You will be quite busy for this subject this term, which lasts less than two months.

Anyway, in this term we are going to work with topics related to those in selectividad. I hope you work hard and learn a lot of new vocab.


See you next week


P.S The more you listen the more you learn.

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

GOMAESPUMINGLISH

Have you ever heard of Gomaespuma?Hope you laugh when you watch the video,I did.


Tuesday, 16 March 2010

POEMS


Time Will Pass

Life is something you can not fake

you live and learn from each mistake

Sunny days or cloudy skies

Happy Greetings or Sad Goodbyes

So don't sit by and let time pass

For live each day like your last

This is something that you must do

if you expect to grow and stick it through

All the sadness all the pain wash

it away like the rain.

Fast or slow whatever your pace

take your time life is not a race.

Friday, 12 March 2010

INFORME

Dear students,

I´ll write in Spanish so that you can understand better.

En el informe tenéis que hablar de:

-Cómo se ha repartido el trabajo.
-Qué problemas habéis encontrado y sus soluciones.
-Qué sitios habéis vivitado para buscar información.
-Qué habéis aprendido.
-Una valoración final de vuestro proyecto.


IMPORTANTE: Como os aconsejé en un mail, quitad todos los gadgets que tengáis en los márgenes ( relojes, etc) son gratis pero al meterte en tu blog te dirige a otra página distinta que tiene publicidad. Os ruego lo quitéis porque me será imposible ver vuestro blog para valorarlo si se me va a otra página.

TODOS LOS PROYECTOS TIENEN QUE ESTAR PUBLICADOS ANTES DE LAS 5 DEL DOMINGO. Valoraré los blogs que vea esa tarde, si lo publicáis más tarde NO TENDRÁN NINGÚN VALOR.

Friday, 12 February 2010

IDIOMS BY THE TEACHER (BBC)

I found this funny English teacher at BBC yesterday night. I think you´ll learn a lot from this guy. Have fun!











BE MY VALENTINE

If you want to know something interesting about St. Valentine, click on the following link. You can do lots of activities.
Enjoy!

http://www.ugr.es/~iperez/St%20ValentineStory.htm

Monday, 8 February 2010

LOVE SONGS TO SING THIS WEEKEND!!!(by The Fab Four)

You can learn some new vocab, improve your listening skills and enjoy singing and listening to THE BEST GROUP EVER!!!


The song which made The Beatles famous.














CAN YOU HEAR A SPANISH GUITAR?




YES! THEY ARE NOT "LOS MANOLOS"!



shhhhhhh!


8 days a week? No, thanks.








LAST BUT NOT LEAST

Sunday, 31 January 2010

ENGLISH COMEDY

MONTY PYTHON: A very influential British comedy group created in 1969.










FAWLTY TOWERS is one of the best-known tv series from the 1970s.







GIVE PEACE A CHANCE




MARTIN LUTHER KING: I HAVE A DREAM!



STAND UP FOR WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN





Tuesday, 26 January 2010

FECHA DE ENTREGA DE PROYECTOS Y PUBLICACIONES

INFORMACIÓN PARA BACHILLERATO LETRAS

Debéis entregarme el proyecto en papel ( sólo texto) FECHA LÍMITE el 2 de marzo ( no tenemos clase el 1 de marzo porque es puente pero tenéis que buscarme y entregarmelo). Si hubiese alguien que lo tenga para antes de esa fecha, os lo agradecería. La FECHA LÍMITE para publicar vuestro proyecto será el 1o de marzo ( miércoles).



INFORMACIÓN PARA BACHILLERATO DE CIENCIAS


La FECHA LÍMITE para entregarme el proyecto en papel será el viernes 5 de marzo.
La FECHA LÍMITE para publicar vuestro proyecto será el domingo 14 de marzo.

Friday, 22 January 2010

Thursday, 21 January 2010

Para los cambios en el Indirect Speech, haz click aqui

CRITERIOS DE EVALUACIÓN

Actitud y trabajo en clase 20%

Proyecto 80%

Para el proyecto se tendrá en cuenta:

-Creación de vuestro BLOG
- CALIDAD, NO CANTIDAD. Como os dije anteriormente, quiero que seleccionéis la info y la resumáis. Escribid con vuestras palabras todo lo que podáis. DANGER: COPY AND PASTE!!

-ORIGINALIDAD

-BUENA EXPRESIÓN en INGLÉS

-IMÁGENES

-VIDEO ( siempre que sea posible)

-ENTREGAR Y PUBLICAR EN LA FECHA PREVISTA

-Debéis entregar un INFORME, el último día de clase, con información referente al proyecto. Problemas que han surgido, qué habéis aprendido, cómo se ha repartido el trabajo, fuentes de búsqueda de la información, comentario y valoración final.

-Lista de VOCABULARIO útil.

Monday, 11 January 2010

INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE SOBRE EL PROYECTO

1. Cada grupo creará un blog donde publicará su proyecto.

2. En este trimestre os dejo a libre elección el tema, pero recordad que debe de estar en INGLÉS.

3.Debéis buscar información en internet, seleccionarla y resumirla.Os aconsejo que la busquéis en inglés porque si no sería un duro trabajo y sería un proyecto mucho más breve. IMPORTANTÍSIMO: ABSTENEOS DE COPIAR Y PEGAR!

4. Debéis publicar texto y fotos. Siempre que podáis, insertar video.

5. Antes de publicar, debéis entregarme el proyecto ( sólo texto) en papel para poder corregirlo por si hay algún error. Publicad en la fecha prevista, por favor!

6. Por último, os ruego que aprovechéis la única hora que tenemos para trabajar en vuestro proyecto. Tenéis tiempo suficiente en casa para ver vuestro Tuenti y/o Facebook.

Gracias y ya os informaré de los criterios de calificación más adelante.

Thursday, 7 January 2010

BIENVENIDOS A ESTE BLOG!

Dear Students,


I know it was difficult at first when I told you the project must be in English. I hope you´ll find it an interesting tool to work with