Help the magician. Click on the black hat.
Sunday, 28 December 2008
Sunday, 21 December 2008
Sunday, 14 December 2008
The Triplets visit Father Christmas' village. There are lots of presents!
Father Christmas is reading all the children's letters. But there is a present that Father Christmas doesn't like. What present doesn't Father Christmas approve of?
Sunday, 7 December 2008
On 10th December it's the Human Rights Day. It commemorates the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. On Wednesday it's the 60th anniversary!
Everyone has the right to education
Unesco has developed six education goals: Education for All, children, youth and adults by 2015.
Look and read them.
1.Expand early childhood care and education
2.Provide free and compulsory primary education for all
3.Promote learning and skills for young people and adults
4.Increase adult literacy by 50 per cent
5. Achieve gender parity by 2005, gender equality by 2015
6. Improve the quality of education
Sunday, 30 November 2008
This term, students in Year 6 have been learning to ask and answer.
We have just studied There is and There are.
First, we check what we already know.
Listen to Karen, David, Eva and Arturo.
Then, we ask and answer.
Listen to the boys, both called Toni.
Sunday, 23 November 2008
Look at all these videos. Children in Year 2 can speak English too.
They talk about food.
I like orange juice. It is good for me.
I don't like chocolate. It isn't good for me.
Watch the videos. They are great!
Listen to Mar:
Listen to Aina:
Listen to Vicent:
Listen to Nerea:
Listen to Jennifer and Sol:
Listen to Angel Luis:
In Year 4 we are studying the weather.
Listen to Andrea and Luis.
Listen to Alvaro, Carlos and Wilson. They talk about the weather in the North and the South of the world.
Listen to the weather forecast for all the world.
Listen to Tatiana, Adrián, Chaimae, Christian, Javier, Luis, Emiliano, Ismael, and Julián.
Thursday, 20 November 2008
Today is the International Children's Day. It's on 20th November.
Declaration of the Rights of the Child. UNITED NATIONS (1959).PRINCIPLE 7:
Look at these photos of children in Sudan. They can go to school too! They are happy!
WATCH THE VIDEO TOO:
Can all children in India go to school? Why?
What does it mean? We'll talk about it in class.
Sunday, 16 November 2008
Sunday, 9 November 2008
Listen to the monster.
Write what he says.
Has he got a big or a small eye?
Write another sentence with "big"
Tuesday, 4 November 2008
Monday, 3 November 2008
Read the summary of Cinderella's story.
You can listen to it too.
Cinderella had two sisters. They were very ugly and bad. Cinderella was very unhappy.
One day there was a party at the Prince's house but Cinderella couldn't go. Fortunately, Cinderlla's Fairy Godmother helped her. She gave her a new dress and glass shoes.
The party was very good. The Prince and Cinderella danced. They were very happy.
Suddenly, the clock rang. It was twelve o'clock and Cinderlla ran home and she lost a shoe.
The Prince was very sad. He was in love with Cinderella. Finally, he found Cinderella.
He said: "I love you. Do you love me?". Cinderella said "Yes!"
They lived happily ever after.
Read a longer summary on Alicia's blogfolio
Look at Karollyn's powerpoint. Read about what we can say.
Excellent Karollyn! Well done!
Saturday, 1 November 2008
Wednesday, 29 October 2008
On Friday it's HALLOWEEN. It's on 31st October.
Read this book about Halloween.
You can read it here too:
31st October HALLOWEEN by Gemma
And read the sentence about a witch and a cat.
The witch and the cat.
Adrián has prepared a powerpoint presentation.
Excellent, Adrián! I really like your work! Congratulations!
Look and read:
Sunday, 26 October 2008
Look at Toni's powerpoint presentations. They are so nice! Excellent! Good work, Toni!
Practice our first lessons of this school year.
My favourite dates presentation:
Asking and answering with DO and DOES:
Wednesday, 22 October 2008
Watch the videos of six students in year 6 C.
Then, invent your own questions and answers.
Do you watch the news? I usually watch the news in the morning.
Do you read novels? I always read novels in the evening.
Listen to Karla and Mayca.
Listen to Brandon and Javi.
Listen to Cristian and Carlota.
Saturday, 11 October 2008
Wow! We love stories!
Time for a story now!
Listen to the story.
What can the boy draw?
What shapes can he draw?
I like Art, and you like Art too.
Now, your turn. What can you draw?
You can draw here your shapes.
Finally, you can read storybooks too. Here you have got a nice one about penguins.
Sunday, 5 October 2008
Monday, 29 September 2008
Let's start speaking English!
Something easy and short to start with...
Year 4 A
When is your birthday? My birthday is in July.
Listen to Adrián and Julián. Listen and repeat.
Year 6 B
Now listen to Juanjo talking about his favourites dates. What about you? What are your favourite dates?
Sunday, 28 September 2008
My favourite toy is a train. What is your favourite toy?
Play with these toys: teddy bear, bicycle, plane, block, kite and drum.
First, find the words in this word puzzle:
And then, solve the following crossword puzzle:
Tuesday, 23 September 2008
I like 26th September because it's the European Day of Languages.
Launched by the Council of Europe to start...
Play the game of languages:
Sunday, 21 September 2008
Saturday, 13 September 2008
I am happy that we meet again!
I love our school and learning English! And you?
I feel impatient to start the school year! Can we start right now?
Let's start singing...
And play with letters and words with the bopspell game
Saturday, 21 June 2008
Tuesday, 17 June 2008
We always say the popular sentence "What a wonderful world", but did you know that it's the title of a song?
Watch the video:
What's the name of the singer?
Listen to the song:
What are the babies doing?
Wednesday, 11 June 2008
Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Year 5 A&B
In Year 5 we read the beginning of Alice's adventures in Wonderland, written by Lewis Carroll in 1865.
We read the first lines of chapter one: Down the Rabbit-hole.
Look at the drawings about it.
You can read the text! It isn't difficult...
And you can listen to chapter one too! It is more difficult, but...
don't worry and be happy!
Listen to Chapter One
Peter Pan in Neverland. Year 5 B
Peter and Wendy was written by J.M. Barrie in 1911.
Look and read. Listen to the adaptation that students of Year 5 B have prepared.