Saturday, 19 December 2015

Weekly Links 1º ESO #66 and 2ºESO #91

What is Christmas like in Britain? We've Watch Sally and Jack in the video and now we know almost all there is to it!


Have a nice weekend.

Weekly Links 3º ESO #11 and 4º ESO #91

With Christmas right around the corner, Jordy Baby share with us 25 Things You Probably Didn't know about Christmas.

And 25 More Things you probablly didn't know about Christmas.

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Weekly Links 2º BACH #87

Weekly essay: "What is the best city in the world, in your opinion? Give your reasons."

This argumentative essay or opinion essay involves stating your own point of view immediately, and trying to convince the reader by reasoned argument that you are right with facts, definitions and details.
In the introduction Introduce the topic briefly in general terms, and then state your own opinion.
In the body of the essay, give a couple of arguments to support your opinion.
In the conclusion do not repeat your point of view again: end your essay with something memorable, for example a quotation or a direct question.

Do not write about advantages or disadvantages or points for or against.
Do not use emotive vocabulary and do not give personal examples.

This video 10 Best Places to Live and Work in The World in 2015, may bring you some ideas.

Have a nice weekend.

Saturday, 12 December 2015

Weekly Links 1º ESO #65

A song with English and Spanish subtitles to revise the present simple tense, and practise reading and listening: "Boulevard of broken Dreams" by Green Day.

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Weekly Links 2º ESO #90

A song by Coldplay, Paradise, to revise the simple past tense ...and enjoy a good song with lyrics on screen to practise listening and reading.

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Weekly Links 3º ESO #10

If you want to play the Kahoot made with the facts of the different presentations of the class, go to  UK Facts and if you want to learn how to make some British dishes, here are the three short videos created by your classmates, Andrea L., Andrea M., Marta M., Lorena M. Paula S. and Sara L.,  for their presentation on UK food. Great work. Congratulations.

How to make a ham sandwich,

How to make fish and chips,

How to make marshmallows cookies,

and last, a short revision on how to say email adresses.

Have a nice weekend.

Weekly Links 4º ESO #90

As we are going to start with conditional clauses, here is a great song by a great singer, Cher: "If I Could Turn Back Time"

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Weekly Links 2º BACH #86

Weekly essay: "What kind of music do you like? Describe it and explain why you like it."

The descriptive essay describes a person, place, or thing in such vivid detail that the reader can easily form a precise mental picture of what is being written about. It uses formal language (no contractions, no informal expressions), it is consistent with tenses (only use present or past) and it also uses precise adjectives, avoid general words (such as good, nice, bad, or beautiful.)

This video podcast can be useful.

Have a nice weekend.