Este rincón de nuestra página está hecho para y por nuestro alumnado. Una variedad de textos y un escaparate para algunos de sus proyectos.
Ellas/os enseñan hoy
Hoy, nuestro grupo de 2º ESO ha preparado algunos juegos para 6º Prim. Les han enseñado el pasado simple y han practicado con sus juegos. ¡Ha sido genial!
Las/os peques han decorado nuestra ventana con algunos dibujos y mensajes acerca de la primavera. ¡Porque les encanta!
Es estupendo ver a la gente pasar y, si van con peques, se paran frente a la ventana y les enseñan algunos de los mensajes en inglés.
Y, por supuesto, es genial ver a nuestro alumnado mostrar con orgullo sus textos o dibujos.
¡Disfrutando del Carnaval!
¡Disfrazarse siempre es divertido!
Día de San Valentín
Love for teaching
Love for learning
We're in love with education
Love for English
Love for culture
We love all this big adventure
Amor por la enseñanza
Amor por el aprendizaje
Sentimos amor por la educación
Amor por el inglés
Amor por la cultura
Amamos esta gran aventura
Hoy, la creatividad de nuestra profesora Alba (ella dice que no tiene) nos ha traído esta bonita (¿y cursi? ¡nooo!) decoración.
¡Bien hecho, Alba y peques!
¡Los disfrazes más aterradores para la tarde más divertida!
Javi y Emilio, dos estudiantes estupendos, acaban de aprobar sus exámenes PET.
Enhorabuena. Ya tenéis vuestros certificados. Preparados para el B2. ¡A por él!
I’m planning a party to celebrate my birthday. We are having a big barbecue on the countryside. It starts at 9 p.m. and finishes at 4 a.m. Can you buy a hamburger or sausages?
Bye for now.
I’m having a comic party on Sunday 21st April at my countryside. You know where my countryside is. Shall we meet at 5 o’clock? And you need a comic. Hope you can come. You can text your reply.
Bye for now.
It’s my birthday on Friday and I’m having a party. It starts at 5 p.m. Can you come at my house?
I’m planning a party on 21st June. You can come. It starts at 5 o’clock and finishes at midday. It’s a pyjamas party. Please, let me know.
I’m having a party on Friday 15th April at my house because it’s my birthday at 6 p.m. Can you come, please? I haven’t got a party pot. Can you buy one for me, please?
See you Inés. I love you.
It's grey. It's big.
It's got four legs. It's got big ears and a long tail.
It can run. It can walk. It can swim.
It can't jump. It can't climb. It can't fly.
IT'S AN ELEPHANT.
Elephants are Esther's favourite animals.
It's grey and white. It's big. It's nice.
It's got little eyes. It's got three flippers.
It can swim. It can jump. It can't fly. It can't walk.
IT'S A DOLPHIN.
Dolphins are Nazaret's favourite animals.
Alguien de mi familia
My mum's name is Mercedes. She was born in Almendralejo. She grew up there. She went to school in Mérida; her school was Suárez Somonte. She got a job in a shop. She moved to Mérida when she was young. She got married to Juan, my dad. They had five children. I love my family.
My mum's name is Mamen. She was born in Mérida. She grew up here. She went to Josefina's school. She got a job as a cleaner. She moved to a new flat. She got married in Mérida and she had one child: me! I love my family.
My grandfather's name is Marcos. He is my mother's father. He was born in Berbegal (Huesca). He grew up and went to school there. He got a job as a Civil Guard. He moved to Zaragoza. He got married to my grandmother there. They had two daughters. One of them is my mother. I love my grandfather and my family.
My mum's name is Dioni. She was born in Mérida. She grew up and went to school here. She got a job in a shop. She didn't move to other town. She got married here to my dad. She had two children: my sister and me. I love my parents.I love my family.
Mérida, nuestra ciudad
Mérida is a little town. It has got a lot of monuments. It has got a few cinemas, a lot of shops and cafés above all. There isn't much traffic and there isn't much pollution because Mérida has got lots of parks. There are some nightclubs. It has four bridges: three of them are modern and one of them is the famous Roman Bridge, that is nearly 2100 years old. Mérida has got the biggest high school in Extremadura.
In the centre of Mérida, at weekends, there are a lot of people from all the town. There aren't many flats; there are more houses. There are few big streets. In this part of the town there are plenty of monuments and there are a few souvenir shops. The Guadiana river flows by our town.
OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD: NEW TOWN
You can find a lot of cafés and a little pollution. There are few parks. There aren't any nightclubs. There isn't much traffic, so there isn't much noise at night. There is one cinema nearby. There aren't many shops. There are some garages and there are a lot of flats, as well as a huge supermarket. There's a good sports centre.
3&4 Secondary group