Saturday, 15 December 2012

UNIT 4 - KEEPING HEALTHY

Review the concepts. Click the pictures and do the exercises. They deal with healthy habits.
Regards, Christopher.



UNIT 4 - KEEPING HEALTHY

Review the concepts. Click the pictures and do the exercises. They deal with healthy habits.
Regards, Christopher.



UNIT 4 - KEEPING HEALTHY

Unit 4.- Keeping Healthy

Remember...

If you have a headache, take an aspirin.
If you have a broken arm, have an X-ray.
If you have a fever, take your temperature.
If you have a stomachache, go to the doctor.
You should eat a lot of fruit and vegetables.
You should eat a lot of food from the cereals group.
You shouldn’t eat too many sweet things.
You shouldn’t eat too much butter, meat or cheese.
You should have a bath or a shower every day.
You should brush your teeth after every meal.
You should wash your hands before you eat or touch food.
Being clean helps to prevent diseases.
Carbohydrates give us energy.
Proteins help you to grow.
Fats give us energy.
Vitamins help us to be healthy.
Some healthy habits: Do exercise, drink lots of water, brush your teeth… To keep healthy you should wash, exercise and sleep a lot.
Study and remember. Regards, Christopher.

UNIT 4 - KEEPING HEALTHY

Unit 4.- Keeping Healthy

Remember...

If you have a headache, take an aspirin.
If you have a broken arm, have an X-ray.
If you have a fever, take your temperature.
If you have a stomachache, go to the doctor.
You should eat a lot of fruit and vegetables.
You should eat a lot of food from the cereals group.
You shouldn’t eat too many sweet things.
You shouldn’t eat too much butter, meat or cheese.
You should have a bath or a shower every day.
You should brush your teeth after every meal.
You should wash your hands before you eat or touch food.
Being clean helps to prevent diseases.
Carbohydrates give us energy.
Proteins help you to grow.
Fats give us energy.
Vitamins help us to be healthy.
Some healthy habits: Do exercise, drink lots of water, brush your teeth… To keep healthy you should wash, exercise and sleep a lot.
Study and remember. Regards, Christopher.

Sunday, 2 December 2012

COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES

Click the following pictures to wide your knowledge about "Countries and Nationalities". It is an easy process and you can check your answers. Enjoy them!!! 

 Regards, Christopher.



Friday, 30 November 2012

FOOD - MORE GAMES


More games for the topic “FOOD”. Just click the pictures and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.




FOOD - MORE GAMES


More games for the topic “FOOD”. Just click the pictures and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.




FIND OUT! 2 - GAMES

Here you are several games to practice the contents of the book "Find Out! 2". Click the picture and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.


FIND OUT! 2 - GAMES

Here you are several games to practice the contents of the book "Find Out! 2". Click the picture and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.


Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

UNIT 2 - YOUR BODY - BONES, MUCLES AND JOINTS

Hello again dear friends:

Candace, our language assistant, has done this presentation as a summary of the unit we are dealing with. It is about bones, muscles and joints. I hope you like it.


Regards, Christopher.




UNIT 2 - YOUR BODY - BONES, MUSCLES AND JOINTS

Hello again dear friends:

Candace, our language assistant, has done this presentation as a summary of the unit we are dealing with. It is about bones, muscles and joints. I hope you like it.

Regards, Christopher.



Monday, 12 November 2012

2ND LEVEL - UNIT 2: YOUR BODY

 

READ AND STUDY FOR THE EXAM:
  • Your body has three parts: your head, your torso and your limbs.
  • You bend your body at the joints. Shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee and ankle are joints.
  • Biceps, pectoral, abdominal, gluteus and calf muscle are muscles.
  • Muscles are elastic and cover the skeleton.
  • Skull, radius, ulna, humerus, ribs, spine column, pelvis, femur and tibia are bones.
  • Bones are hard and rigid. Bones are inside your body. Bones form the skeleton.
  • You need air to live. You breathe air in through your nose. The air goes down a tube called the trachea.
  • When you breathe in, you fill your lungs with air.
  • When you breathe out, you empty your lungs. Lungs are like bags.

Regards, Christopher.

2ND LEVEL - UNIT 2: YOUR BODY

 

READ AND STUDY FOR THE EXAM:
  • Your body has three parts: your head, your torso and your limbs.
  • You bend your body at the joints. Shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee and ankle are joints.
  • Biceps, pectoral, abdominal, gluteus and calf muscle are muscles.
  • Muscles are elastic and cover the skeleton.
  • Skull, radius, ulna, humerus, ribs, spine column, pelvis, femur and tibia are bones.
  • Bones are hard and rigid. Bones are inside your body. Bones form the skeleton.
  • You need air to live. You breathe air in through your nose. The air goes down a tube called the trachea.
  • When you breathe in, you fill your lungs with air.
  • When you breathe out, you empty your lungs. Lungs are like bags.

Regards, Christopher.

Tuesday, 30 October 2012

THE OLYMPIANS

Students, 5th Level A, have drawn their perceptions about Ancient Greece and their Gods and Goddess.

As we know, there were twelve (12) Gods in the Olympus(The Olympians). They were named from their dwelling, Mount Olympus. They were men and women. Their names were Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Hera, Ares, Athena, Apollo, Aphrodite, Hermes, Artemis and Hephaestus.

Students used their imagination and creativity drawing the gods and the goddess in Art Lessons. To learn more, visit 

THE OLYMPIANS

Students, 5th Level A, have drawn their perceptions about Ancient Greece and their Gods and Goddess.

As we know, there were twelve (12) Gods in the Olympus (The Olympians). They were named from their dwelling, Mount Olympus. They were men and women. Their names were Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hestia, Hera, Ares, Athena, Apollo, Aphrodite, Hermes, Artemis and Hephaestus.


Students used their imagination and creativity drawing the gods and the goddess in Art Lessons. To learn more, visit 
http://greece.mrdonn.org/greekgods/mountolympus.html

Monday, 29 October 2012

GUY FAWKES - GUNPOWDER PLOT - 5TH NOVEMBER

   Guy Fawkes (1570 to 1606), also known as Guido Fawkes, was one of a group of Catholic plotters who planned, but failed, to blow up Parliament - now known as the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.

   On 5th November 1605 Londoners were encouraged to celebrate the King's escape from assassination by lighting bonfires.
   
   Watch the video and learn more about this festivity. Regards, Christopher.


FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS


Watch the video and remember:
Everybody has a name and different features.
Everybody expresses feelings.
It is important to respect other’s people feelings.
Everybody is different, but we all have the same rights.
We use first names and surnames to identify ourselves.
Girls and boys are different, but they have the same rights.
Some feelings are nice and others are not nice.

UNIT 1 - EMOTIONS AND FEELINGS


EXAM UNIT 1: TUESDAY, 6THNOVEMBER

Watch the video and remember:
  • Everybody has a name and different features.
  • Everybody expresses feelings.
  • It is important to respect other’s people feelings.
  • Everybody is different, but we all have the same rights.
  • We use first names and surnames to identify ourselves.
  • Girls and boys are different, but they have the same rights.
  • Some feelings are nice and others are not nice.

GUY FAWKES - GUNPOWDER PLOT - 5TH NOVEMBER



   Guy Fawkes (1570 to 1606), also known as Guido Fawkes, was one of a group of Catholic plotters who planned, but failed, to blow up Parliament - now known as the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.

   On 5th November 1605 Londoners were encouraged to celebrate the King's escape from assassination by lighting bonfires.
   
   Watch the video and learn more about this festivity. Regards, Christopher.

Thursday, 25 October 2012

HALLOWEEN - IN THE SHADOWS BY THE RASMUS WITH LYRICS

HALLOWEEN - IN THE SHADOWS BY THE RASMUS WITH LYRICS

HALLOWEEN


Halloween is celebrated on 31 October. It is an exciting event in the United Status and in Great Britain. Every American calendar has Halloween marked on it.

Halloween has ancient Celtic origins. On the Celtic calendar Samhain was the last day of summer and the last day of the year. Typical Halloween costumes are the witch, ghost, skeleton, monster or vampire.Popular traditions are to make jack o’lanters out of pumkins, bobbing for apples and “Trick or treat?”

Watch the videos and learn more about this American festivity. Enjoy them! Regards, Christopher.

HALLOWEEN


Halloween is celebrated on 31 October. It is an exciting event in the United Status and in Great Britain. Every American calendar has Halloween marked on it.

Halloween has ancient Celtic origins. On the Celtic calendar Samhain was the last day of summer and the last day of the year. Typical Halloween costumes are the witch, ghost, skeleton, monster or vampire.Popular traditions are to make jack o’lanters out of pumkins, bobbing for apples and “Trick or treat?”

Watch the videos and learn more about this American festivity. Enjoy them! Regards, Christopher.

Saturday, 2 June 2012

EUROVISION 2012

The Eurovision Song Contest 2012 was the 57th annual Eurovision Song Contest. It was celebrated in Baku, Azerbaijan, following Azerbaijan's win in the 2011 Contest with Eldar & Nigar's song "Running Scared". 

The final was on 26 May 2012, with Loreen (from Sweeden) as winner. Her song “Euphoria” reached a punctuation of 372 points. The “Top Five” were: Sweeden (“Euphoria”), Russia (“Party for Everybody”), Serbia (“"Nije ljubav stvar"), Azerbaijan (“"When the Music Dies") and Albania (“"Suus"). Our country (Spain) was within the top 10 with 97 points and the wonderful voice of Pastora Soler and her song “Quédate conmigo”. 

Here you are the song from Sweeden (“Euphoria”) with lyrics. Enjoy it!!!. Regards, Christopher.

EUROVISION 2012

The Eurovision Song Contest 2012 was the 57th annual Eurovision Song Contest. It was celebrated in Baku, Azerbaijan, following Azerbaijan's win in the 2011 Contest with Eldar & Nigar's song "Running Scared". 

The final was on 26 May 2012, with Loreen (from Sweeden) as winner. Her song “Euphoria” reached a punctuation of 372 points. The “Top Five” were: Sweeden (“Euphoria”), Russia (“Party for Everybody”), Serbia (“"Nije ljubav stvar"), Azerbaijan (“"When the Music Dies") and Albania (“"Suus"). Our country (Spain) was within the top 10 with 97 points and the wonderful voice of Pastora Soler and her song “Quédate conmigo”. 

Here you are the song from Sweeden (“Euphoria”) with lyrics. Enjoy it!!!. Regards, Christopher.

Friday, 1 June 2012

UNIT 12 - JOBS FOR EVERYBODY

Students have started unit 12 "Jobs for everybody". In this unit, the main contents are:

  • To recognise what some professionals do (repair, paint, build...).
  • To associate professions with specific tools (pliers, rolling pin, potter's wheel...).
  • To identify professions in the service sector (waiter, doctor, teacher...).
  • To associate professionals with their work place (in a hospital, bar, clinic...).


Watch the video and learn. See you next Monday!!! Regards, Christopher.

Thursday, 24 May 2012

SPAIN - INTERESTING FACTS

UNIT 11 - ENJOYING NATURE - REVIEW

FRIDAY, 25TH MAY EXAM (1ST LEVEL A)


Dear students, families and friends:
As you know, tomorrow will be the exam. You can use the following video as a review for it. What can you see on the coast? What can you see on a landscape?


I hope it helps you. Regards, Christopher.

Wednesday, 16 May 2012

UNIT 11 - ENJOYING NATURE


Our students are learning vocabulary related to landscapes in this unit (Unit 11 – Enjoying nature). Some contents are:
  • Features of a mountain landscape.
  • Features of a plains landscape.
  • Features of a coastal landscape.
  • Activities in mountain, plains and coastal landscapes.

Watch the video and learn more about this topic. And remember…
  • In the mountains you can see forests, rivers and fields.
  • Rivers flow through plains.
  • Many crops grow on plains.
  • The coast is land by the sea.
  • There are beaches and cliffs.

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