jueves, 23 de diciembre de 2010
sábado, 18 de diciembre de 2010
viernes, 10 de diciembre de 2010
to receive the Fund from the I Benefit Show at our School, which took place last June 2010.
¡Estábamos contentos esperando su visita!
First, they explained what their Association is doing:
En primer lugar, nos explicaron lo que su asociación hace:
in Alcalá, 20 families welcome 20 children aged 8-12
en Alcalá, 20 familias acogen a 20 niños de entre 8 y 12 años
from Sahara during the summer.
del Sáhara durante el verano.
In Sahara, they help their Schools and families.
En el Sáhara, ayudan a las escuelas y las familias.
Then, they told us what they are going to do with the money from
A continuación, nos contaron lo que van a hacer con el dinero del
Isidra de Guzmán Benefit Show:
Festival Solidario del Isidra de Guzmán:
They are giving it to the kindergarten,
Se lo van a dar a la Guardería Infantil
so that the children could have breakfast every day.
para que los niños puedan desayunar todos los días.
This will guarantee at least one meal a day.
Esto garantizará al menos una comida al día.
The United Nations also helps them,
Las Naciones Unidas también les ayuda,
but unfortunately there is not enough food for every day.
pero por desgracia no hay suficiente comida para todos los días.
Before the end of each month, they usually run out of food.
Antes de que acaba el mes, normalmente se quedan sin comida.
No money, no food.
Si no hay dinero, no hay comida.
This year, they will have an extra little help from our Donation.
Este año tendrán una pequeña ayuda extra de nuestro donativo.
And, finally, since the information provided by Fran and Asun was so suggesting,
Y, finalmente, dado que la información proporcionada por Fran y Asun fue tan sugerente,
different groups of students joined us and further
distintos grupos de alumn@s se unieron y
and very interesting explanations were added.
se añadieron más explicaciones y muy interesantes.
Would you like to attend one of their talks on Sahara and Sahrawi people?
¿Te gustaría asistir a una de sus charlas sobre el Sahara y el pueblo saharaui?
viernes, 26 de noviembre de 2010
jueves, 25 de noviembre de 2010
martes, 23 de noviembre de 2010
miércoles, 17 de noviembre de 2010
martes, 16 de noviembre de 2010
lunes, 15 de noviembre de 2010
1. WRITE SENTENCES.
domingo, 14 de noviembre de 2010
martes, 9 de noviembre de 2010
1.British. 2. sixteen 3. Bristol 4. tennis 5. reading and P.E
2. Who likes history? ; 3.Which subjects does Jonh like? ; 4.Who lives in Bristol? ; 5.Who likes PE? ; 6.Which subjects does Steve like? ; 7.Who is John´s favourite person? ; 8.Who does Steve like best ? ; 9.What sport do Jonh and Steve play? ; 10.Who is a famous mathematian? ; 11.Who likes swimming? ; 12.What kind of music does Steve like? ; 13. What instrument does John play?14. What does Steve collect?
2. Steve ; 3. He likes maths, general science and PE. ; 4. Steve and John. ; 5. Steve and John ; 6.He likes history, English and P.E. ; 7. His uncle Tom. ; 8. His elder brother. ; 9.They play tennis. ; 10. Tom, John's uncle. ; 11. John. ; 12. He likes classical music. ; 13. He plays the guitar. ; 14. He collects stamps.
1. How old -> g ; 2. Where -> a ; 3. When -> d ; 4. What -> b ; 5. When -> f ; 6. Who -> e ;
7. Who -> h ; 8. What -> c
2. What is / Take ; 3. Romeo ; 4. What does ; 5. Who had ; 6 Who invented ; 7. What do ;
8. Who was ; 9. What ; 10. Who wrote
1.e ; 2.c ; 3.a ; 4.b ; 5.d
1.F ; 2. F ; 3. F ; 4. T ; 5. F
2. did / meet ; 3. was Candy ; 4. does Mark love doing ; 5. worked hard ; 6. happened
lunes, 18 de octubre de 2010
1. are having; 2. go; 3. play; 4. works; 5. visits; 6. go; 7. reads; 8. listen; 9. is talking; 10. are doing
2. Do; 3. have; 4. Does
2. and; 3. because; 4. and; 5. But
2. friendly; 3. serious; 4. reliable; 5. honest; 6. pretty; 7. good-looking; 8. bossy; 9. relaxed;
10. sociable; 11. shy; 12. sensitive
domingo, 17 de octubre de 2010
We have highlighted useful expressions when writing an essay.
(Sent by Cristina Ruiz, an advanced student from Madrid, Spain)
My name is Cristina. I'm in my twenties. I'm studying Information Science at university and I'm also job-hunting at the moment.
As for my personality, I consider myself as a shy but sociable person. I mean, the first time I meet someone I am not the one who starts a conversation but once the ice is broken I'm very sociable and friendly.
Apart from that, my friends say that I have my feet firmly on the ground, that is, I'm a realistic person and I know what my limits are.
As regards to my hobbies, I'm keen on swimming, reading and walking in the countryside. And also, I like going clubbing and partying.
Can you correct them?
1. My best friend is name Anna.
2. She is 15 old.
3. He has 25 years old.
4. She likes to go...
5. The house´s Adam
6. His sister´s is...
7. He don´t like...
8. She goes out with your friends.
9. She nothing sport.
10. She´s interesting in pets.
miércoles, 13 de octubre de 2010
lunes, 6 de septiembre de 2010
lunes, 28 de junio de 2010
An English Chorus: Alba Rodríguez, Marta Pérez, Irene Salido, Clara Sarro and Andrea Moreno, 1st ESO students, interpreting AN IRISH BLESSING, a popular Irish song and EVERYBODY SINGS FREEDOM, a spiritual song.
TELEPHONE: HELP HER, a show based on the song Telephone, by Beyoncée, interpreted by Tania Martínez, Julia Nemes, María Ocaña, David Moro and Jennifer Cocera, 1st ESO students. The song talks about a woman in jail and the dancing tries to transmit that everybody needs help sometimes.
Flamenco Dancers: Jessica Durán and Elena Antequera, 4th ESO students.
viernes, 11 de junio de 2010
martes, 8 de junio de 2010
lunes, 3 de mayo de 2010
PLYMOUTH —(3) Their experiments ranged from analyzing plant growth to making their own batteries, but all the 7th-grade students (4) from Bonnie Doughty-Jenkins’ class (5)used the scientific method for their entries in the third-annual Eli Terry Jr. Middle School Science Fair Wednesday (6).“They had to come up with a question they wanted to test,” Doughty-Jenkins said (7) About 80 students from her classes entered the fair, but in the end (8), one student won it all. Spencer Pilarski won the first place trophy with “The Effect of Various Liquids on a Nail.” In a wooden box, he placed cups of several different liquids including ammonia, ginger ale, lemonade and salt water. Then he put one nail in each. He found that salt water rusted the nail the most.“I thought I wasn’t going to win it,” he said (9)
viernes, 16 de abril de 2010
miércoles, 14 de abril de 2010
Welcome at the Town Council
Back to I.E.S. Isidra de Guzmán.
An Exhibition on Outstanding Women Through History
Students from Las Palmas showed their works.
And students from I.E.S. Isidra de Guzmán too
A group of students played a flute version of Pachelbel´s Canon
representing a parody of Julio Iglesias hit parade
"Soy un truhán, soy un señor"
Local News at Portal Local
El Portal de Alcalá de Henares
(all of them offer the same report
and a similar photograph at the Town Council)
More photographs here.
Enjoy your visit and thank you for coming!
lunes, 12 de abril de 2010
jueves, 8 de abril de 2010
miércoles, 7 de abril de 2010
sábado, 27 de febrero de 2010
jueves, 18 de febrero de 2010
To watch the video while following the lyrics, link on the red arrow on the right top of it.
In this colour you´ve got the verbs.
You´ll find verbs in the PRESENT TENSE, in the PAST TENSE and in the FUTURE TENSE.
Can you identify them?
See key in comment 1.
In this colour you´ve got adverbs.
Do you know their meaning in Spanish?
See key in comment 2.
In this colour you´ve got compounds with -ever.
Do you know their meaning in Spanish?
See key in coment 3.
miércoles, 10 de febrero de 2010
lunes, 18 de enero de 2010
About the author:
Jacqueline Wilson was born in Somerset. She began her working life at a publishing company, then spent two years working as a magazine jurnalist before turning her hand very successfully to a career as a full-time author. She has written a number of books for children, as well as a series of crime novels and several plays which have been broadcast on Radio 4; she has also run classes for children in creative writing. An avid reader herself, Jacqueline has a personal collection of more than 10,000 books!
Married to a Chief Superintendet in the Metropolitan Police, she lives in Surrey and has one grown-up daughter.