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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Cultural Week - Jules Verne's Projects 6ºA

All the kids were required to read "Around the world in eighty days". Based on that perspective, they had to do a project in groups. Some chose countries Fogg traveled to. Some others chose means of transportation Fogg used or Jules Verne biography. These entries show the great and excellent work they did. I take my hat off to my students (and their parents too). Thanks for the good work.

Andrés and Aarón worked about Ghost Ships. It was very scary!!


Raquel, Naima and Carmen made this colorful mural about hot air balloons, and Raquel made her own version of a hot air balloon:


 Oscar G, Pedro and Iago worked about Verne's Biography


 Miriam, Claudia, Cristina and Andrea worked about Egypt:


Angela and Noemí built the outstanding Eiffel Tower: They also cooked Crêpes. They were delicious. Congratulations. You can watch their presentation too:



Oscar R, Adam and Miguel worked with the USA

Rui, Daniel and Cesar's project was about Japan

Sergio, Hector and Erik's project was about England


 Lidia, Eva and Sara worked about India:
 

Cultural Week - Jules Vernes' Projects 6ºB

These are the projects made by 6ºB:

Sara, Lía, Sabela and Lucía L. worked about the original book "Around the world in eighty days".



Lucía C, Jacobo and Martín interviewed Jules Verne!!!! You can watch it here:



Andrés, Sergio and Gabriel G. worked about hot air balloons:





Diego, Raul and Jhon made this mural:

Mara, Gabriel F and Alex made this other mural:

Martina, Natalia, Silvia and Celia made their project about China:

Gala and Alba made a book with information about the colonization.

Pablo and Brais know everything about ships:

Cultural Week - Jules Vernes' Projects 6ºC

These are the projects made by the students in 6ºC:

Roi and Pablo did this powerpoint presentation about Ireland:

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Pepe G, Brais and Juan made these murals about the USA:


Anxo, Tiago and Fran worked with means of transportation

Lucas and Alexmade their project about France:

Pepe A, Luis and Borja know everything about trains:

Sara C and Lucía P worked about Jules Verne's biography:

Julia, Sara P and Iria worked about Italy. Great T-shirt! and the pizza-diadema

Raul and Diego now walk like egiptians:

Lucía N, Nerea, Alba and Laura worked about the Indian culture:

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Around the world in eighty days Crossword

Click on the title of the entry "Around the world in eighty days Crossword" to see the clues. Thanks!


SIMPLE PAST

SIMPLE PAST

Crossword

Complete the crossword, then click on "Check" to check your answer. If you are stuck, you can click on "Hint" to get a free letter. Click on a number in the grid to see the clue or clues for that number.
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Monday, April 22, 2013

6ºB JAZZ CHANT about last weekend

We had fun doing this jazz chant about last weekend. I hope you all enjoy it.


For 6º Simple Past

Around the world in eighty days

Around the world in eighty days

Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble.
It (be) London in 1872, and this (be) Mr. Phileas Fogg's house. Mr. Phileas Fogg (be) an English gentleman. He (live) in London. He (not have) a wife or children, but he (have) a French servant - Passepartout.

Fogg (go) to his club every day. He (eat) at his club at 12 o'clock. In the afternoon he (read) the newspaper there. In the evening he (eat) there again. Then he (talk) with his friends, and at midnight he (go) home.

Passepartout (be) happy. He (want) a quiet job. But one evening, Fogg (see) something interesting in The Times.

At the club, Fogg's friends (talk). "That gentleman thief can't go far," (say) Ralph. "With trains and ships, today's detectives move fast."
"But thieves can move fast too," Flanagan (say).