miércoles, 16 de febrero de 2011

Halloween - 5th Level


          My students at 5th Level have created this summary about Halloween with some interesting information about how it is celebrated all around the world, some traditional costumes and colours related to this festivity. I hope you like it!!!

          Regards, Mr. Alonso

A day in the life of - 3rd Level - Letters



        Hello again dear friends!

        Here you are the letters my students at 3rd level have written for the project “A day in the life of”. They wrote about them: their descriptions, favourite teacher, favourite colour… They did them last October, but it is now when I have learnt how to upload in Picasa (Thanks Bartolomé). Just click on the image and you can show them. I hope you like them.      

        Your teacher and friend, Christopher Angel
        Regards!!!

jueves, 10 de febrero de 2011

The Gingerbread Man

Reading book: The Gingerbread Man

          Dear students, families, teachers and friends:

          Our dear students at 3rd level are going to read “The Gingerbread Man”. In the 1875 St. Nicholas tale, a childless old woman bakes a gingerbread boy who leaps from her oven and runs away. The woman and her husband give chase but fail to catch him. The gingerbread boy then out runs several farm workers and farm animals. The tale ends with a fox catching and eating the gingerbread boy who cries as he's devoured.

          My students love when the gingerbread says: “Run, run. You can run. Yes you can! But you can’t catch me. I’M THE GINGERBREAD MAN!!!!

          I will upload their worksheets. I hope you like them.
          
          Your teacher and friend, Christopher Angel

The Shoemaker and the Elves

Reading book: The Shoemaker and the Elves

        Dear students, families, teachers and friends:

        Our dear students at 2nd level are going to read “The Elves and the Cobbler” or “The Shoemaker and the Elves”. It is an often copied and re-made story about a poor shoemaker who receives much-needed help from elves.

        The original story is the first of three fairy tales, contained as entry 39 in the German Grimm's Fairy Tales under the common title "Die Wichtelmänner". In her translation of 1884 Margaret Hunt chose The Elves as title for these three stories. 

         I will upload their worksheets. I hope you like them.

         Your teacher and friend, Christopher Angel

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