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¡¡¡EXCURSION A "OS PEARES"!!!

GuayEste venres, 28 de Abril, os alumnos de Inglés de 3º e 4º estivemos de excursión no centro de Inmersión Lingüística dos Peares!!!Risa

Pasamos un día xenial de xogos, auga, calor,natureza e diversión cos simpáticos monitores...e aprendemos e melloramos moito o noso inglés...

E para mostra aqui van unhas fotos...

Esperamos volver pronto! See you soon!

 

 

PEACE DAY

El Día de la Paz (Peace Day) is celebrated in Spain on the 30th of January. While this day was celebrated throughout the school, the English department conducted a special project of its own. Students made peace badges during arts and crafts class to wear on Peace Day. They created new peace symbols, drew them on their badges, and then decorated them with permanent markers. Students also learned new words related to peace such as harmony, friendship, love, and freedom.   
This project was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, English teacher.


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MERRY CHRISTMAS

This Christmas students learned about how Christmas is celebrated in the U.S. After learning a bit about the popularity of Christmas films in the U.S., students watched a Christmas movie "mash-up" video. They then constructed layered Christmas tree ornaments out of construction and shiny paper.
This project was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, English teacher, and Kristen Fraley, Language Assistant. 


         

WHAT ARE YOU THANKFUL FOR?

Thanksgiving is celebrated in the U.S. every year on the fourth Thursday in November. This year students made "hand turkeys", a classic Thanksgiving craft. Some students made classic "hand turkeys" while others chose to make "hand trees". First students traced their hands on a piece of paper. In the center of the hand they wrote, "I'm thankful for" and then wrote one thing on each finger for which they were thankful. Examples included "family", "friends", "peace", and "love". Then students either decorated each finger with different color feathers, if they made a turkey, or leaves, if they made a tree. Thanksgiving is a time for us to remember what we are thankful for and this activity helped students to do just that. Students then displayed their finished turkeys and trees in the school hallway. 
This project was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, English teacher, and Kristen Fraley, Language Assistant.


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CELEBRATING HALLOWEEN

Halloween takes place every year on October 31st. This year students participated in a “hands-on” Halloween learning experience. They listened to a tale called “Poor Joe”, which tells the story of a man named Joe who leaves his house on Halloween night. During the story, a goblin begins to steal different parts of Joe’s body until he is left with nothing but a beating heart. After each part of the story is read, a box containing the “body part” that Joe has just lost is passed around the classroom. Inside the boxes were spaghetti for brains, carrots for toes, red peppers for ears, and peeled frozen grapes for eyes. When touched without looking these different foods actually feel like the body parts they represent! During this activity students were able to learn new vocabulary words all while having a bit of scary Halloween fun.

 

This project was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, English teacher, and Kristen Fraley, Language Assistant. 

 


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GUY FAWKES NIGHT

Guy Fawkes Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, Bonfire Night and Firework Night, is an annual commemoration observed on November 5th, primarily in Great Britain. Its history begins with the events of November 5th, 1605, when Guy Fawkes, a member of the Gunpowder Plot, was arrested while guarding explosives the plotters had placed beneath the House of Lords. Celebrating the fact that King James I had survived the attempt on his life, people lit bonfires around London, and months later the introduction of the Observance of 5th November Act enforced an annual public day of thanksgiving for the plot's failure.

This project was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, English teacher.

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LANGUAGE IMMERSION TRIP IN SALAMANCA

This trip was led and organized by Dolores García Rodríguez, English Teacher, and María Carmen Rivera Blanco, Clil Teacher.

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Language Immersion in Salamanca - Part I

 

Language Immersion in Salamanca - Part II

 

Language Immersion in Salamanca - Part III

 

Language Immersion in Salamanca - Part IV

 

Language Immersion in Salamanca - Part V

 

Language Immersion in Salamanca - Part VI

HALLOWEEN

This activity was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, English Teacher.

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EASTER GAMES

These games was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, English teacher, and Andrew Harris, Language Assistant.

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TEA TIME

In an increasingly diverse world, it is essential to expose students to other cultures and help them develop intercultural sensitivity. Through this lesson, the students gained a better understanding and appreciation for English culture, and in addition expanded their vocabulary. The students also used their artistic skills and dexterity through paper hat making and cooking activities. The students got to prepare and enjoy freshly squeezed orange juice, homemade fruit smoothie, sandwiches, and tea. There is nothing better than to learn while having fun!


This activity was planned and led by Dolores García Rodríguez, Clil Teacher.



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