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BrainPOP Jr, Arts and Technology

Web BrainPOP Jr, Arts and Technology

BrainPOP Jr. is a pay site that creates online animated curriculum-based content that is aligned to state education standards. BrainPOP Jr. targets kids in Primary. Students don’t need proficient reading skills to use this audio-heavy site. Lessons all begin with a brief video and include a wide variety of school and life topics. The site includes video, game, quiz, and activity sections for arts and technology based on national education standards.

ceilidh dance

Vídeo ceilidh dance

David Vivanco showing an example of the basic ceilidh dance standards from the «Circassian circle» to the «Witches Reel» done by teachers from Udine. Easy to motivate our students with this basic moves and the expansion of the cultural aspects from Scotland and Ireland.

The evolution of the dance in slow motion

Vídeo The evolution of the dance in slow motion

We all like to boogie it up from time to time but where did dancing come from? Let’s slow it down as we take a closer look at the history of dancing!

Kids Music Factory

App Kids Music Factory

Unleash the music genius in you! Whether you are looking to learn your do-re-mi’s or itching to create your next masterpiece, this app has it covered. Learn to play popular kids tunes in the traditional Keyboard Mode, or mix it up with fresh new sounds in the Character Mode! Compose your own melodies and share it with family and friends. Perfect for beginners and with heaps of room for creativity, Kids Music Factory is the new music toy that everyone can enjoy.

Tachin Tachan

App Tachin Tachan

Tachin Tachan motivates kids to explore musical sounds by using iPhones and iPads in different ways, instigating more physical movements and interactions than just clicking on screen. It’s important for Mosster that Tachin Tachan encourages kids to play outside of the device – such as running around the room shaking one of the musician to produce a sound!

Genki-english: Recursos para tu aula de inglés

Web Genki-english: Recursos para tu aula de inglés

Web con cantidad de recursos para el aula de inglés. Contiene canciones, trucos y consejos, videos, libros y recursos para la enseñanza de la lectura en inglés como lengua extranjera.

Toca Band

App Toca Band

Toca Band is a fun and easy toy that encourages children to explore music in a new creative way! Choose from 16 different cool characters – each with their own unique quirky sound and musical rhythms. Put your band members on stage to get the music started – then move them around and see what happen


From P.E to Art or Science and graded to different years this site is full of tested activities that might be interesting for our proposals.


Web kahoot

This is website allows to use the smartphone or the tablet in the class as a pushbutton responses so students can take part in a competition since previously the teacher has created a questionnaire and shared a pin to get access. Very easy to use in any nonlinguistic subject as to revise knowledge or bring previous knowledge in a a very interacting and funny way. first register in and the send the participants to to joy in.

christmas resources

Web christmas resources

A whole compilation of Carrols, Music, Decorations, Games, Vopcabulary… all for Christmas so we can show how this celabration takes place through different cultares paying special emphasis in the anglosaxon world.

European Framework for CLIL Teacher Education

Web European Framework for CLIL Teacher Education

The European Framework for CLIL Teacher Education offers a teacher training curriculum for CLIL that may be linked to learners’ curricula. Adaptable curricular models, suitable for both foreign language and content teachers are based on a set of defined target professional competences, e.g.: “ClIL teachers are able to articulate and discuss CLIL with school’s internal and external stakeholders”.

International CLIL Research Journal

Web International CLIL Research Journal

The ICRJ is an electronic refereed journal which acts as a platform for researchers across the world who work on Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). Research in this field is often published in a range of journals reflecting different disciplines. The ICRJ attempts to consolidate insights and research findings into a single publication so as to enhance accessibility to those in the field.

Language, concepts and procedures: Why CLIL does them better!

Web Language, concepts and procedures: Why CLIL does them better!

Can CLIL improve language and subject teaching at the same time? Phil Ball examines this bold claim by contrasting task design in native speaker and CLIL lessons, looking at the procedures and processes students undergo to acquire content knowledge.

How do you know if you’re practising CLIL?

Web How do you know if you're practising CLIL?

Perhaps due to its relatively recent birth as an approach with a label, CLIL shelters a broad range of practice under its pedagogic roof. But if it is to be taken seriously as an approach, and then adopted by the world of pedagogy, it needs to have identifiable limits. We need to be able to say what it is, but also what it isn’t. In what ways does CLIL manifest itself in terms of curricular types, and perhaps more simply – how do you know if you’re ‘CLIL-ing’, to quote a new verb?

Activities type in CLIL

Web Activities type in CLIL

Can CLIL deliver? Phil Ball looks at some of the challenges facing CLIL, as it attempts to both gain a foothold in standard educational practice and at the same time convince its doubters that it can really deliver.

What is CLIL?

Web What is CLIL?

Despite the self-explanatory nature of the phrase ‘Content and Language Integrated Learning’, the true nature of CLIL still remains elusive. This introductory article (of four) briefly analyses a series of broadly-accepted definitions of CLIL as a way of highlighting its most significant characteristics.

Expresión corporal

Web Expresión corporal

Web educativa cuyo objetivo es dar a conocer distintos aspectos sobre la expresión corporal en Primaria.Incluye: juegos y actividades de expresión corporal, explicación de una sesión de aerobic para fomentar el trabajo cooperativo, música para las clases de expresión corporal, bibliografía y webgrafía.También hay unas unidades didácticas (porque no son SSAA) sobre la expresión corporal para 1er y 2º ciclo de educación primaria.

La luna perdió su arete

Vídeo La luna perdió su arete

Vídeo de la canción «La luna perdió su arete» cuenta la historia de la luna donde se puede trabajar la emoción de la tristeza.El alumnado puede representar la historia con la mímica y/o movimientos (danza)Proyecto de Yorka Pastenes llamado «Canciones en pijama» con la voz de Connie Medina.

Secuencias de acción autónoma con la interiorización de determinadas pautas.

Archivo comprimido Secuencias de acción autónoma con la interiorización de determinadas pautas.

Se trataría de desarrollar la autonomía en actividades sencillas mediante la elaboración de pasos para su ejecución, siguiendo los pasos que indican lo que hay que hacer y su correspondiente orden. Las escenas se presentan a través de cinco tipos de actividades numeradas dentro de una imagen que representa el contexto de la misma, de esta manera se podrá ir a cada bloque de actividades de forma secuencial, de la una a la cinco. Si se pretende entrar en un bloque de actividades sin haber realizado las anteriores se indicará que se deben hacer primero las actividades precedentes.