UPDATED LOCKDOWN INFO CUARENTENA ACTUALIZADO
Classes continue cancelled due to the State of Alarm introduced because of the Covid-19 outbreak this third term.
This is what you should work on during the lockdown:
Check all the vocabulary, grammar & exercises of the units that we've worked on. Practice reading, writing, listening skills.
Agrup 2ºESO A-B & C-D: Units 1 to 4.
4ºESO B & D: Units 1 to 5.
1ºBAC B & C: Units 1 to 6.
Apart from your textbook and workbooks,
ESO students can also use OXFORD ONLINE LEARNING ZONE
BAC students can use PERFORMANCE-1 ONLINE WORKBOOK if you're registered.
During the lockdown you can use Blinklearning.com using the licences given in your Google Classroom group to access your books online.
Keep in touch with your group on Google Classroom to follow all the information and assigned activities. You can contact me at the email below for any question or doubts. If we get to go back to classes, we'll see what possibilities we have of doing any exams.
Keep calm down during the lockdown. There's a lot of time to do lots of things.
As clases continúan canceladas debido ao Estado de Alarma imposto pola crise do Covid-19 na terceira avaliación.
Isto é no que podedes traballar durante o confinamento:
Repasar todo o vocabulario, gramática e exercicios das unidades que entran no exame. Practicar destrezas de reading, writing e listening (Unidades en azul arriba según os cursos).
Ademáis dos vosos libros de texto e workbooks,
alumnado de ESO pode tamén usar OXFORD ONLINE LEARNING ZONE
Mantede o contacto co voso grupo de Google Classroom para seguir toda a información e as actividades que se asignen. Podedes contactar conmigo no correo electrónico que aparece mais abaixo para calquer pregunta ou dúbida. Se chegamos a regresar ás clases, veremos que posibilidades temos de facer algúns exames.
Mantede a calma durante o confinamento. Hai un montón de tempo para facer moitas cousas.
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Monday, 20 February 2017
Friday, 17 February 2017
Video "AGAINST ELECTIONS":
Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Monday, 13 February 2017
DIRECTOR - the person who makes the film
STARS - the most famous actors in the film
CAST - all the actors & actresses that appear in a film
PRODUCER - the person who finds the money and actors to make a film.
AUDIENCE - the people who watch the film
EXTRAS - the people (not actors) who appear in the film as crowd
SCREENPLAY -the actions and dialogue of the film
SCRIPT - the dialogue of the film
SCENE - part of a film happening in one place
SOUNDTRACK - the music of the film
PLOT - the story, what happens
SPECIAL EFFECTS - images often created by a computer
SEQUEL - a film or book that continues the story of the previous one
DUBBED - not in the original language
SET - situated in a particular time and place
SHOOT - film, record with a camera
STARRING - the main actors appearing in the film
SUBTITLED - with translation script at the bottom of the screen
Sunday, 12 February 2017
Saturday, 11 February 2017
Friday, 10 February 2017
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
STOP is one of the verbs that can be followed either by infinitive or the -ing form, but with a change of meaning. You can see the difference in the infographic above with many examples.
Tuesday, 7 February 2017
USAGE: Ampersands are commonly seen in business names formed from partnership of two or more people, such as Johnson & Johnson, Dolce & Gabbana, Marks & Spencer, and Tiffany & Co., as well as some abbreviations containing the word and, such as AT&T (American Telephone and Telegraph), R&B (rhythm and blues), B&B (bed and breakfast).
Monday, 6 February 2017
Saturday, 4 February 2017
Friday, 3 February 2017
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
She's been telling us about how the city grew in the past with the steel industry, bringing many immigants to the city, and why it's important now: good science and techonology universities and the film industry with many films having been shot there.
She also talked about the important things from this city:
- HEINZ, the food processing company started there,
and the different sport teams:
- the Pittsburgh Steelers (American football team which has won the Super Bowl more times than any other team in the USA),
- the Pittsburgh Pirates (baseball),
- the Pittsburgh Penguins (hockey)...
Moreover, she showed us the famous Pittsburgh skyline which can be seen from the Duquesne incline. To end she commented the way people from Pittsburgh speak, their peculiar accent: Pittsburghese, which was chosen the worst American accent by an online poll some years ago.