martes, 29 de octubre de 2013

INMERSIÓN LINGUÍSTICA EN ROMANGORDO (CÁCERES)




































miércoles, 2 de noviembre de 2011

Writing: a personal profile

Fact file

Name: Maria Portillo
Place: Marbella, Spain
Age: Twelve
Brother/s: 0
Sister/s: 1
Collection/s: Stickers


My name is Maria. I’m from Marbella,
Spain and I am twelve years.
I have got a sister. My sister is seven
years old. Her name is Elena. My
sister and I have got a collection of
animal stickers.

martes, 1 de noviembre de 2011

2011 Pumpkin Competition Winners


1st prize: Enrique Wickens and Raúl Tardío class 1º B


2nd prize: Estefanía Escánez class 3º B


3rd prize: Ayoub El Humidi class 1º D

Congratulations to all of them!!

miércoles, 26 de octubre de 2011

Halloween is coming



Enter the 2011 pumpkin contest, you can win fantastic prizes.
Participate is easy!!
Just decorate a pumpkin at home .
Deliver your pumpkin at the hall before Oct. 31St .
(Judging will begin that day after the break)

You can win many prizes!!!!

Do you want to learn more about halloween?

martes, 26 de julio de 2011

OLD STORIES





During the last days of the school year, students of 1º A and 1º B have come back to their childhood by reading traditional stories and writing new versions of them with new texts and illustrations. Here are some of their works:
Cinderella by Myriam Bennecer
Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Sihan Kettane
The Three Pigs by Naima Bobes
Rapunzel by Najwa Badaoui




martes, 2 de noviembre de 2010

HALLOWEEN COMPETITION




The English Department organized a pumpkin decorating competition to celebrate Halloween.
Many pupils brought their decorated pumpkins, that were on display at the hall of the institute.
There were three prizes for the best decorated pumpkins.
Entries were judged according to their originality and quality of the work in light of participant´s age.

The winners and prizes were:
Borja (Class 1st C)
Anaïs (Class 2nd B)
Estefanía (Class 2nd B)


The winners received a present check to be spent at Marbella Fnac and a free lunch at the canteen. Besides, all the participants received a school folder.

Congratulations to all of them!!

jueves, 25 de febrero de 2010

LAS RAMBLAS BY SAMARA (2º ESO A)


ENGLISH
Rambla street is undoubtedly the most cosmopolitan of Barcelona, with the greatest diversity of people, passers-by, shoppers, tourists, civil servants, big shots, comedians, street musicians, night-birds, vagrants, prostitutes... The Rambla was originally just a torrent (Rambla comes from the Arabic "ramla", torrent). The plane trees, the most common species of tree in the city (introduced in 1859) stand out in this street. The historical evolution of this street has divided it into five sections, the Ramblas de Canaletes, dels Estudis, de Sant Josep, dels Caputxins and de Santa Mónica.

CATALÁ
Sens dubte, és el carrer més cosmopolita de la ciutat comtal. Aquí es concentra la major varietat de gent: passants, compradors, turistes, còmics, músics rodaires, noctàmbuls, vagabunds, prostitutes... En els seus orígens, la Rambla, no era res més que un torrent; el seu nom prové del terme àrab ramla (torrent). Destaquen també els seus plataners, espècie arbòria molt extensa a la ciutat que va ser introduïda l'any 1859. Al llarg del temps, el carrer s' ha vist dividit en cinc trams: Rambla de Canaletas, dels Estudis, de Sant Josep, dels Caputxins i de Santa Mónica.