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Wednesday, 30 October 2019

HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2019!

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Enjoy the long scary weekend of Halloween! 
Vocabulary & activities in English on Halloween on previous post in this blog CLICK HERE

Thursday, 24 October 2019

24th-OCT: LIBRARIES DAY


October 24th is Library Day in Spain. This year our school library has celebrated it with several exhibitions, which you can see on a post on our library blog clicking HERE.
- An exhibition of photos of the best world's libraries, and as you can see not of them are in  luxurious buildings. Some libraries are in the strangest places: a beach, a donkey's back... or, as in the UK, in old telephone boxes, which have been recycled into mini-libraries where bookcrossing is practiced. In this video you can see an example:

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Friday, 18 October 2019

SALMAN KHAN, THE 2019 PRINCESS OF ASTURIAS AWARD FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION


Today October 18th 2019, Salman Khan receives in Oviedo the 2019 Princess of Asturias Award for International Cooperation. Salman Khan appears on our current 1ºBAC textbook  in an interview about his online education project The Khan Academy (page 89, unit on Education).

More info about him and the award in these links below:

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LET'S TEACH FOR MASTERY


KHAN ACADEMY: THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION?


Wednesday, 9 October 2019

ENGLISH QUESTION PATTERN

ENGLISH QUESTION PATTERN
(Qword) + AUX.VB + subject + MAIN VERB +... ...(prep)?
                                          DO (simple tenses) + infinitive
                                          BE (continuous tenses) + -ing form
                                          BE (passive tenses) + past participle
                                          HAVE (perfect tenses) + past participle
                                          HAVE (possession) + GOT
                                          MODAL verbs + infinitive
Only exception, when asking for a subject. No auxiliary verb is needed:
Who wrote “Hamlet”? Shakespeare did.
How many people came to the party? 20 people came.

- Check you know all the question words at this previous post on this blog HERE.
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