4th ESO students created posters to explain different volleyball rules. each group chose a section and with the information they created a poster and afterwards they presented it to the group.
2nd ESO students also made some cool blogs but this time on their favourite movies. Here you can see the glogs all the students made, linked through a scoop virtual magazine. Just click on the image.
Publicado en 2ESO, EFL
Etiquetado Movies, Posters
Some time ago my EFL 4th ESO students discovered that there are not so many songs full of comparisons. The one we could find was quite old fashioned and boring for them so I persuaded them to carry out a “singing project”.
Some of them took old Petula Clark’s song…
…and decided to transform it into something a bit more…”modern”
So Brian and Edu…
And Josué and Martín…
Some others thought it was a better idea to create a brand new song…
This is what María did:
And this was Charlie and Ferxo’s piece of work:
I hope you enjoyed them!
Publicado en 4ESO, EFL, Songs
Etiquetado EFL, Music
4th ESO students also wanted to do their share so they prepared some amazing posters on environmental issues.
Our students in 2nd ESO created an online poster called “The day I was born” where they had to find out some information about what happened in the world the day of their birth.
Here is what they did:http://poster.4teachers.org/view/feature.php?id=222340
Publicado en 2ESO, EFL
Etiquetado EFL, Posters
There’s a wonderful site to practice listening comprehension. It’s called ELLLO(yes, with three ls) and you can choose among tons of conversations graded by levels and with different accents (check the flags!)
The best part of it is that you can listen to the conversation and read it at the same time so you make the most of the listening process.
You can also do some quizzes and review vocabulary.
Publicado en EFL
Last year our 3rd ESO CLIL students participated in a Maths Millionnaire inter-schools game, held at CEP Las Palmas II, where they could earn prizes for answering questions about Maths in English
Publicado en Maths
Etiquetado GAMES, MATHS
As a means to scaffold Science contents, we have decided to use this worksheet for 1st ESO students to learn how to describe, in our case monsters. They will need this vocabulary to be able to talk about animal features later on.
Publicado en 1ESO, EFL
Etiquetado CLIL, EFL, SCAFFOLDING