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miércoles, 23 de diciembre de 2015

CHRISTMAS CAROLS AT THE RESIDENCE HALL



We went to the old people residence Hall with the Religion teacher and the students from 3rd ESO

We were singing Christmas carols that they already know and they became very happy for a while.

 

REHEARSING.... "CUPS"


The students of 3rd A have been rehearsing for the Christmas event.

They were performing 'CUPS' to show to the rest of the students.



jueves, 17 de diciembre de 2015

TRIP TO MADRID


The students of Bachillerato went to Madrid on the 27,28 and 29 of November with their language teachers in order to visit several Museums and the place where all our most important writers live in the 20th century when they met.

They learnt a lot and had a wonderful time.



"EVERYBODY IS WITH PARIS" - NO TO WAR

"EVERYBODY IS WITH PARIS"

THAT WAS THE LEMA IN EVERY CLASSROOM AND IN EVERY PART OF OUR DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY.

AFTER THE TERRORIST ATTEMPT LAST NOVEMBER IN PARIS, ALL THE PUPILS WERE CONCERNED, SO THEY WERE DRAWING IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE VICTIMS. THIS IS THE WALL IN 2ND D:

 

AND ALSO AT THE LIBRARY, WE WERE SINGING SONGS DEDICATED TO PEACE, LIKE 'IMAGINE' BY JOHN LENNON. 

CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY- FILM REPORT

CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY-  FILM REPORT (MARTA CASTILLO 3A)

 

1.Tittle of the film: “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

2.Director: Tim Burton

3.Year: 2005

4.Main Characters:
4 grandparents
Augustus Gloop: obese
Veruca Salt- spoiled, bossy  and disobedient
Violet Beauregard- competitive and superior
Mike Teavee- addicted to videogames
Charlie’s parents- poor but kind and hard working.
Oompa Lompa’s- working tiny people at the factory

5.Places:
Charlie’s home, the village, the Factory, the houses of the winners, Willy Wonka’s house.

6.Vocabulary: spoiled children, wealthy people, jobes=unemployed. Competitive, slightly overweight (obese), TV addicted, optimistic/pessimistic, wise, traumatised, upset.

7.Summary:  the film is about a boy named Charlie  WHO is going to a chocolate factory by lot with four other boys. At the end of that day,  HE WINS a prize that no one imagined: THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

8.Moral: that the family is the most important thing we have.

9.Favourite part: My favorite part was when they got into the boat and traveling at full speed down the chocolate river

10.Personal opinion: I think it is an interesting movie and has fantastic views

martes, 15 de diciembre de 2015

PEACE CONCERT IN GERMANY (FEB 2016)


TWO STUDENTS AND ONE TEACHER ARE GOING TO PARTICIPATE IN A PEACE CONCERT IN FEBRUARY 2016. IT IS ORGANIZED AS PART OF THE 'EL PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT' THAT WE SIGNED WITH HOLLAND AND SOME OTHER COUNTRIES.

ASIER SORIA  3RD C    THE GUITAR
JAVIER CAMPOS   3RD C   DRUMS

EVA CEBOLLA (TEACHER)  THE FLUTE

THEY WILL FLY FROM MADRID TO FRANKFURT NEXT mONDAY AND THEN, THEY WILL BE PICKED UP IN ORDER TO BE TAKEN TO THE HOSTEL.

THEY WILL ENJOY PLAYING AND THEY WILL MEET A LOT OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS.


EL PARTNERSHIP (??) WITH HOLLAND


EL PARTNERSHIP  IS AN AGREEMENT THAT WE HAVE SIGNED WITH SEVERAL COUNTRIES IN EUROPE. THE LEADER IS HOLLAND.

WE WILL GET INVOLVED IN SEVERAL EVENTS WITH THEM.

1.- STUDENTS EXCHANGE
2.- TEACHER TRAINING
3.- PEACE CONCERT IN GERMANY.
4.- JOB SHADOWING

FULL ENGLISH BREAKFAST..........


STEVE JOBBS said.............



"When you grow up you tend to get told that the world is the way it is and your life is just to live your life inside the world, try not to bash into the walls too much, try to have a nice family, have fun, save a little money. That’s a very limited life. Life can be much broader, once you discover one simple fact, and that is that everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you. And you can change it, you can influence it, you can build your own things that other people can use. Once you learn that, you’ll never be the same again"


(Steve Jobbs)

lunes, 14 de diciembre de 2015

EXCURSION TO THE RIVER EBRO....

In November, the students of 2nd ESO together with 4th went on an excursion to the river Ebro.

They enjoyed a lot and learn about the flora and fauna along the way.

Some pupils went aswimming into the river.


I HAVE BEEN TO LITUANIA ON ERASMUS+

I HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO TRAVEL TO VILNIUS (LITUANIA) THANKS TO AN ERASMUS +  (TEACHING MOBILITY)


It was very interesting to see how many Spanish students are studying there.

The city is not very big and similar to Zaragoza, but it was freezing cold (-7)

i hope to get another grant.  

Marga Herrero