Saturday, January 5, 2019

Happy New Year!

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Thursday, March 8, 2018

8th March

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Now it's your turn!

Here you have some voluntary activities:

1. British and American important women. Click  here and do the activities.

2. Create a powerpoint with references to sexism in advertising or society in general, similar to the video you have just seen.

3. Watch Hidden Figures again and answer the questions.


Monday, February 12, 2018

Happy Saint Valentine's Day!

1. Click here to begin working!.

2. Send an e-card

3. Create a Saint Valentine's Card.

The student with the best card will win a fantastic sweety heart...

4. To create a love poem, click here.

Happy Saint Valentine's Day!

Monday, October 30, 2017

It's Halloween!

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True or False?

1. Halloween is traditionally celebrated on the night of 31st November, the night before All Saint’s Day.

2. In England Halloween was called ‘All Hallow’s Eve’.

3. On Halloween night all evil spirits stayed at home.

4. Halloween is based on an ancient Celtic holiday and the name‘Halloween’ means ‘Winter’s End’.

5. In past times people put lamps or lanterns outside their houses to keep away evil spirits.

6. People believed that witches, ghosts and goblins went around at night looking for a living body!

7. On Halloween people dressed up as ghosts and witches so that the spirits would not steal their body!

8. Nowadays people don't pumpkins with faces in their houses.

9. The pumpkin is sometimes called the ‘John-o-lantern’.

10. ‘Trick or treat’ is a game children play at Halloween to play jokes (treat) or get sweets (trick).

If you need help to answer the questions,
click here.
Happy Halloween!

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It's Halloween!

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Halloween 2013

Thank you to you all!