E-walking-great-britain-flag.gifIloveEnglis.gifblackboard1.jpg2012/13



computerglasses.jpg














conditional

2AB, last week TASK (18th-20th) JUNE 2013
lifeevents1.JPG

WHAT HAVE YOU DONE ALREADY?

WHAT HAVEN'T YOU DONE YET?












lifeevents2.JPG


Write about your life events you have already done or haven't done yet.


Visit this blog to participate
//englishattacks.blogspot.com.es/p/life-events











You must do your real comments on these 12 events
–using PRESENT PERFECT-
and TALK ABOUT 3 EXTRA
that you consider specially interesting
(for example, to travel abroad,
to compete in your favourite sport,
to do bangee-jumping…)

TIPS: for positive examples, use ‘already’; but for negative ones, use ‘yet’.
1. I have been born already.
2. I haven't left home yet.

twitter-logo.pngWhen you finish your task, you can let your mates know it by sending a tweet: use this hashtag #lifeeventsor follow Mr Che @alfache
//englishattacks.blogspot.com.es/p/life-events














1AB Friday, 14th June, 2013

Inside my House 2.png
THE HOUSE
  1. Parts of the house: Easy
  2. Medium
  3. Difficult















2AB, Thursday, 13th JUNE 2013

external image branch.gif

external image branch.gif
external image branch.gif

  • Present perfect for things happened recently.
  1. Positive: have or has?
  2. ...more positiveexamples
  3. Dealing with irregular verbs: level 0 (alphabetical list of IRREGULAR)
  4. Yes/no Questions
  5. Wh- questions for these answers
  6. Negative
  7. another negative possibility: never




3ESO Thursday 13th JUNE 2012
external image passive-vs-active-voice2.gif
external image passive-vs-active-voice2.gif


  1. Active or passive?
  2. to be in passive voice.
  3. Change from active to passive
  4. Make passive in past simple
  5. Make questions in passive.

















4ESO Friday 7th June - FINAL TASKS

athenschoolNUMBERS.JPG

Who's who in School of Athens?


  1. Step 1: Search about the character
  2. Step 2: Describe him physically: What's he like? What's he doing?
  3. Step 3: What is he famous for? (use relative, contiditional, passive voice, reported speech)
  4. Write a draft version on your notebook
  5. Write the final version on a blog: http://englishattacks.blogspot.com.es/p/whos-who-in-school-of-athens.html
SchoolofAthensPUPILS.jpg



athenschoolNUMBERS2.JPG



























2AB, Thursday, 6th JUNE 2013
external image parents.jpg
external image parents.jpg


goingto1.jpg
goingto1.jpg


  1. Making plans: I'M GOING TO
  2. Questions: Is she going to visit us? Yes, she is.
  3. More questions: What is going to happen?
  4. Negations: We aren't going to fail!
  5. Adverbs: next day, tomorrow, this afternoon, at weekend...
thebigchallenge2AB2013.JPG
thebigchallenge2AB2013.JPG

Le informamos de que la lista con los resultados obtenidos por sus alumnos estará disponible en nuestra página web,www.thebigchallenge.com/es, a partir de hoy lunes 3 de junio, a las 12 horas. Para acceder a los resultados, deberá utilizar los códigos siguientes:

- El código Big Challenge de su centro (4 cifras y 1 letra)……………....... 2106Q
- La contraseña de la edición 2013..…………………………….…….... TBC13

También podrán acceder a los resultados en línea los propios alumnos. A tal efecto, deberán introducir su número personal (número de 7 cifras indicado en la plantilla de respuestas del día del juego-concurso) y su fecha de nacimiento. Nosotros no hemos guardado un registro de los números personales, por lo que si el alumno no tomó nota de dicho número el día del Big Challenge, no podrá acceder personalmente a sus resultados.

A lo largo de esta semana, procedimos al envío de los premios y resultados del Big Challenge a los distintos centros. En principio, debería recibir el paquete, a más tardar, el lunes 10 de junio.


Si no recibe nada de aquí al lunes 10 de junio, le agradeceríamos que nos enviara un E-mail indicándonos que no ha recibido nada.


Estaríamos encantados de recibir sus fotos de la entrega de premios para poder colgarlas en el sitio web del Big Challenge.

Atentamente,
José María Pérez-Muelas Alcázar
THE BIG CHALLENGE




1ESO Friday 31st May 2013
external image 52664.gif
  1. There is/are
  2. There isn't/ aren't
  3. Frequency adverbs
  4. Present simple negations.
  5. Present simple or present continuous:








4ESO Friday 31st MAY 2013
IFconditionals.jpg
  1. Joining sencentes with a RELATIVE pronoun.
  2. All conditional mixed











2AB, Thursday 30th MAY 2013
  1. How WILL your future BE?
  2. Will in questions.
  3. Will + not= Won't
  4. You will be a better student
  5. The fortune-teller

external image WkndFUNslide.jpg
external image WkndFUNslide.jpg




external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg
external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg
















  1. Making plans: step 1: presentcontinuous + time adverb related to future: I'm reading the book next weekend.
  2. Step 2: Present continuous with SAME VERB going to: I'm going to read the book (optional adverb).
  3. 2 kinds of future: deductions or plans: will/be going to





3ESO Thursday 30th MAY 2013


external image Screenshot20111103at9.50.20PM.png
external image Screenshot20111103at9.50.20PM.png

  1. Modal SHOULDfor ADVICE
  2. Should or shouldn't?













external image unit027b.gif
external image unit027b.gif


  1. MUSTforOBLIGATION
  2. for LOGICAL DEDUCTION
  3. MUSTN'T for PROHIBITION
  4. must or mustn't?to have to = must

external image mustnt.gif
external image mustnt.gif




1ESO Friday 24th May 2013
P.Simple vs P.Cont.jpg

  1. Present simple
  2. Frequency adverbs
  3. Present continuous: filling and ordering
  4. Present simple or present continuous:
  5. Present simple and continuous to describe Marc.







4ESO Friday 24th MAY 2013

external image 3conditional.gif
  1. Third conditional: If I had studied harder, I would have passed.
  2. Probable condition: 1
  3. Unprobable: 2
  4. Impossible: 3
  5. Scientifically proven: 0

3ESO Thursday 23rd MAY 2013
  1. MAY and MIGHT for POSSIBILITY


1ESO Friday 17 May 2013
  1. Negative messages: to be
  2. negative have got
  3. negative can
  4. negative usual verbs


4ESO Friday 17th MAY 2013
relative-clauses-examples-exercises.jpg

  1. Relative object or subject?
  2. Joining sentences with a relative (B, C & D)









2AB, Thursday 16th MAY 2013
The Big Challenge correction:


4ESO Friday 10th MAY 2013
relative-clauses-examples-exercises.jpg

  1. Describing with pronouns
  2. Relative pronouns
  3. People, things or possesion?




2AB, Thursday 9th MAY 2013

LET'S GET READY FOR THE BIG CHALLENGE TEST DAY: 14th MAY 2013
  1. The Big Challenge: get into the Club: practise some TRAINING
  2. Let's make some friends: write on your notebook their name, nationality and email.
  3. Make yourself a profile to swap some info with these new mates.
thebigchallenge2AB2013.JPG
thebigchallenge2AB2013.JPG


ttp://www.thebigchallengeclub.com/grp.php?action=group&ID=19881




1AB MONDAY 6th MAY 2013
revisionTEST.png
revision for TEST unit5

Revision for test:
  1. Daily routines
  2. School Subjects
  3. Frequency adverbs
  4. Making questions
  5. Expressing ability.






2AB, Thursday 2nd MAY 2013
uncountable_nouns.jpg
countable and uncountable nouns

  1. Countable or uncountable?
  2. a/some
  3. some/any
  4. much/many
  5. How much?/ how many?
  6. little/few





-Countable & uncountable nouns EXPLANATION



3B, Thursday 2nd MAY 2013
  1. How WILL your future BE?
  2. Will in questions.
  3. Will + not= Won't
  4. You will be a better student
  5. The fortune-teller

external image WkndFUNslide.jpg
external image WkndFUNslide.jpg




external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg
external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg
















  1. Making plans: step 1: presentcontinuous + time adverb related to future: I'm reading the book next weekend.
  2. Step 2: Present continuous with SAME VERB going to: I'm going to read the book (optional adverb).
  3. 2 kinds of future: deductions or plans: will/be going to



1AB 23rd APRIL 2013


can.jpg
can.jpg


  1. CAN or CAN'T for ABILITY
  2. Can you?
  3. What can you do?
  4. Can they do it?




1AB 19th April 2013
dailyroutines1.gif
dailyroutines1.gif

  1. Basic actions in my habits
  2. Daily routines
  3. My habits
  4. An usual day in my life.















4ESO Friday 19th APRIL 2013
About gossip: REPORTED COMMANDS
reportedcommands.jpg
Reported Commands





  1. Positive commands
  2. Negative orders.
  3. Suggestions: He suggested...
  4. Mixed commands






EXTENSION: explanation and exercises.


2AB, Thursday 18th APRIL 2013
Let's compare things!!!!
comparativesuperlative2013.png
Comparative&superlative


  1. Spelling
  2. Comparative forms.
  3. Superlatives
  4. Complete with comparative or superlative.
  5. Comparative or superlative?
  6. Comparisons in sentences

  1. The Big Challenge: get into the Club: practise some TRAINING
  2. Let's make some friends: write on your notebook their name, nationality and email.
  3. Make yourself a profile to swap some info with these new mates.
thebigchallenge2AB2013.JPG

ttp://www.thebigchallengeclub.com/grp.php?action=group&ID=19881






1AB, Friday, 12th APRIL 2013
places-in-town.jpg

Vocab about the city
  1. Matching
  2. Prepos
  3. Describe a room with there is...








4ESO Friday 12th APRIL 2013

About gossip: REPORTED QUESTIONS
  • VERBS: ask, wonder, want to know,
reportedquestions.png
Reported Questions



  1. YES/NO questions
  2. Wh-questions
  3. Mixed questions






2AB, Thursday 11th APRIL 2013
  1. The Big Challenge: get into the Club: practise some TRAINING.
thebigchallenge2AB2013.JPG

ttp://www.thebigchallengeclub.com/grp.php?action=group&ID=19881



1AB, Friday, 5th APRIL 2013
  1. Parts of the city:
    external image places+in+city.jpeg
    external image places+in+city.jpeg
    TIC1A) matching, B) listening, C) placing...
  2. There is /there are
  3. Prepositions



4ESO Friday 5th APRIL 2013
reported speech.gif
REPORTED SPEECH

About gossip: direct speech VERBS: say, tell, ask
LEVEL 1: statements
  1. Reported Speech: simple changes: BACKSHIFT
  2. Reported Speech: changing expressions of time.
  3. From reported speech to direct speech







reported-speech.png






3ESO- Thursday- 4th APRIL 2013

external image there_are_noises_everywhere_65645.jpg
external image there_are_noises_everywhere_65645.jpg


  1. Extreme adjectives
  2. Little/a little; Few/a few
  3. Some, any, few, little
  4. Much or many?
  5. Tenses practice
  6. Past /present Perfect


2AB, Thursday 4th APRIL 2013
  1. Starting The Big Challenge: visit the sections: Inicio, Calendario, Premios, Fotos, Alumnos, Entrénate, Contacto
  2. Get into the Club:
thebigchallenge2AB2013.JPG

ttp://www.thebigchallengeclub.com/grp.php?action=group&ID=19881




2AB, Thursday 7th March 2013

external image Past-Simple_Past-Continuous.jpg
1. Simultaneity: While and when: While I was watching TV the phone rang.
2. Longer action in past continuous and shorter in past simple.
3. While and when: I was talking on the phone when the bell rang.
4. In context.



1AB, Friday, 22nd FEBRUARY 2012
everydayactions.jpg
everydayactions.jpg

  1. Everyday actions: present simple
  2. final -s for third person singular.
  3. questions: Do and does
  4. Yes/No questions
  5. negations: don't

















4ESO Friday 22nd FEBRUARY 2013
external image blocks+I+can+do+that+1.jpg
external image blocks+I+can+do+that+1.jpg

  1. All modals together: can (Could), may (might), must, to have to, mustn't, should...
  2. Speaker's intention: ABILITY, PERMISSION, POSSIBILITY, OBLIGATION, PROHIBITION, ADVICE, ASK FOR FAVOUR/PERMISSION...
  3. Mixed modals
  4. Mend mistakes









3ESO- Thursday- 21st FEBRUARY 2013
external image branch.gif
external image branch.gif

external image branch.gif

  • Present perfect for things happenedrecently.
  1. Positive: have or has?
  2. ...morepositiveexamples
  3. Dealing withirregularverbs: level 0 (alphabetical list of IRREGULAR)
  4. Yes/no Questions
  5. Wh- questions for these answers
  6. Negative
  7. another negative possibility: never



2AB, Thursday 21st February 2013

pascontinuousATSCHOOL.png
pascontinuousATSCHOOL.png

  1. Past continuous: long actions (explanation). Problems with -ing.What were you doing? I wasstudying Maths.
  2. Yes/No Questions
  3. Wh- questions.
  4. Negatives
  5. Complete with past continuous
  6. Short answers: Yes, I was/ No, I wans't.









loveGraffiti2.jpg


edmodoICON2.pngloveGraffiti1.jpg
Get into Edmodo and let's do an activity for Saint Valentine with a graffiti app.
loveGraffiti3.jpg

4ESO B - FRIDAY- 15th February 2013


conditonal2.png
conditonal2.png

  1. Conditinals: UNPROBABLE
  2. Probable: first conditional: If I study, I will pass
  3. Mixed conditionals 1 & 2.









edmodoICON2.png
edmodoICON2.png















Our American friends from St. Margaret's School in Tappanahock, Virginia, USA are in edmodo.

edmodoICON2.png





4ESO B - FRIDAY- 8th February 2013
conditonal2.png
conditonal2.png


  1. Conditinals: UNPROBABLE
  2. Probable: first conditional: If I study, I will pass
  3. Mixed conditionals 1 & 2.









edmodoICON2.png

COMPLETE AND SEND YOUR INTRODUCTION











2AB, Thursday 31st January 2013
external image verbs.jpeg


  1. Questions in the past: Did you...?
  2. Regular and irregular.
  3. Revising again.










1AB, Friday, 24th January 2013
external image Video_aan.jpg
  1. Making plurals: s/ es/ ies
  2. Spelling
  3. Irregular plurals
  4. Singular or plural?
















4ESO B - FRIDAY- 25th January 2013
external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg
external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg


Making plans: step 1: presentcontinuous + time adverb related to future: I'm reading the book next weekend.
  1. Step 2: Present continuous with SAME VERB going to: I'm going to read the book (optional adverb).
  2. 2 kinds of future: deductions or plans: will/be going to

external image WkndFUNslide.jpg
external image WkndFUNslide.jpg

READY FOR A TEST?
  1. will/going to (or present continuous)














2AB, Thursday 24th January 2013
external image verbs.jpeg


  1. Some activities in the past (irregular) and a puzzle
  2. Irregular verbs in past simple.
  3. In context.
  4. Regular and irregular.
  5. Revising again.




3ESO Thursday 24th JANUARY 2013

external image adverbs.png
external image adverbs.png

  1. Making adverbs from adjectives: -ly: Adverbs ofMANNER.(same form for adjective and adverb)
  2. How did it happen?
  3. Enough
  4. Too/enough
  5. mixed: too, too many, too much, enough, not enough...
  6. Comparatives & superlatives














1AB, Friday, 18th January 2013
external image wdescribing+people.jpg


  1. Describing people:
  2. describe yourself: my avatar
  3. physical: What is she like?
  4. Clothes: What is he wearing?





4ESO B - FRIDAY- 18th January 2013


  1. How WILL your future BE?
  2. Will in questions.
  3. Will + not= Won't
  4. You will be a better student
  5. The fortune-teller

external image WkndFUNslide.jpg
external image WkndFUNslide.jpg




external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg
external image i_love_making_plans_tshirt-p235049214326485114zvh0r_400.jpg
















  1. Making plans: step 1: presentcontinuous + time adverb related to future: I'm reading the book next weekend.
  2. Step 2: Present continuous with SAME VERB going to: I'm going to read the book (optional adverb).
  3. 2 kinds of future: deductions or plans: will/be going to



READY FOR A TEST?
  1. will/going to (or present continuous)
  2. Tenses quiz
  3. Question tags.


3ESO- Thursday- 17th JANUARY 2013

pascontinuousATSCHOOL.png
  1. Past continuous: long actions (explanation). Problems with -ing.What were you doing? I was studying Maths.
  2. Yes/No Questions
  3. Wh- questions.
  4. Negatives
  5. Complete with past continuous
  6. Short answers: Yes, I was/ No, I wans't.








2AB, Thursday 17th January 2013
external image Past+Simple.png
external image Past+Simple.png

  1. -ed for past simple REGULAR VERBS.
  2. Yes/No Questions
  3. WH- Questions
    • Short answers: Yes, I did, No, I didn't.
  4. Negative
  5. Regular and Irregular verbs



2AB, Thursday 13th December 2012
P.Simple vs P.Cont.jpg

  1. Present simple
  2. Frequency adverbs
  3. Present continuous: filling and ordering
  4. Present simple or present continuous:
  5. Present simple and continuous to describe Marc.








4B 30th NOVEMBER 2012

external image branch.gif
external image branch.gif

  • Present perfect for things happenedrecently.
  1. Positive: have or has?
  2. ...more positiveexamples
  3. Dealing with irregularverbs: level 0 (alphabetical list of IRREGULAR)
  4. Yes/no Questions
  5. Wh- questions for these answers
  6. Negative
  7. another negative possibility: never








1AB, Thursday, 29th NOVEMBER 2012


  1. To give instructions we use IMPERATIVE.
    instructionsHAMSTER2.jpg
    instructionsHAMSTER2.jpg
  2. Positive instructions: Give some water to your cat once a day.
  3. Negative with don't: Don't feed your hamster at night.
  4. NEXT WEEK TASK: choose with your partner A PET to look after together... AND:
instructionsHAMSTER.jpg
instructionsHAMSTER.jpg

  • create a document with OpenOfficeWriter
  • describe your common pet (kind of animal, parts of the body, environment and abilities)
  • add some instructions to look after it (positive and negative)
  • sign up with YOUR NAME.









can.jpg
can.jpg


CAN'T for ABILITY

  1. What can you do?
  2. Can they do it?







3ESO 28th NOVEMBER 2012
getting ready for test:
external image testing-darth-vader-300x240.jpg

  1. from present to past:
  2. make questions and give answers (positive or negative)
  3. turn into negative
  4. read a text and comprehension questions


1AB, Friday, 23rd NOVEMBER 2012
Noah_and_Animals.jpg
Noah_and_Animals.jpg

Making a zoo: step 3: animal classification
Guess the animal in the farm:
  1. Wild animals
  2. ...in the garden
  3. Instructions with IMPERATIVE
  4. Negative instructions
  5. Positive or negative instructions?



4ESO B - FRIDAY- 23rd NOVEMBER 2012


external image p040.gif


  1. Word families: jobs
  2. Best way to learn irregular: form present to past
  3. Irregular verbs in past simple:
  4. 2nd column


2AB, THURSDAY 22nd November 2012
grammarPLANS.jpg
suffixes
  1. Plans: What is happening tomorrow?
  2. Put in order these plans.
  3. What is happening now?
  4. Usually or now?













4ESO B - 16th NOVEMBER 2012


external image Past-Simple_Past-Continuous.jpg
1. Simultaneity: While and when: While I was watching TV the phone rang.
2. Longer action in past continuous and shorter in past simple.
3. While and when: I was talking on the phone when the bell rang.
4. In context.







2AB, THURSDAY 15th November 2012
external image clase.jpg

  1. What is happening now?
  2. Describe actions in pictures now
  3. Different actions now, at the moment, at present
  4. Compose
  5. Plans: What is happening tomorrow?



1AB, Thursday, 9th NOVEMBER 2012
external image ist2_3712750-african-animals.jpg

  1. identify the animal
  2. animals
  3. Kinds of animals: mammals, reptile, insect, bird, anphibian, fish











4ESO 9th NOVEMBER 2012


external image Past+Simple.png
external image Past+Simple.png

  1. -ed for past simple REGULAR VERBS.
  2. Yes/No Questions
  3. WH- Questions
    • Short answers: Yes, I did, No, I didn't.
  4. Negative
  5. Regular and Irregular verbs








2AB 8th November 2012
my-daily-life-copy2.jpg
  1. Everyday life: my habits
  2. Wh-words for questions
  3. Negative habits








3ESO 8th NOVEMBER 2012
external image Work%20Sucks%20%20Lets%20Go%20%20party.jpg
external image Work%20Sucks%20%20Lets%20Go%20%20party.jpg


  1. Fill in the gaps about suggestions.
  2. Choose the right formula for suggestions.




halloween-2012-mad-king-maze.jpg

external image fiestas-halloween-2012-default-32247-0.jpg

  1. criatures games
  2. jumping pumpkin
  3. hunting spiders
  4. pumpkin hunter
  5. La sombra del Rey Loco







1AB 26th October 2012
external image how_are_you-4016.gif
  1. Hello, how are you?
  2. What do you do?
  3. Many things... Plural













4B 26th October 2012
external image Stivers%2010-5-02%20I%20used%20to%20suffer%20alone.gif

  1. Habits in the past: I used to
  2. Now and then
  3. Be used to + ing
  4. Get used to + ing














2AB 25th October 2012
my-daily-life-copy2.jpg
  1. Everyday life: my habits
  2. How often do you do that? Frequency adverbs
  3. Questions for routines
  4. Wh-words for questions
  5. Negative habits




3AB 25th October 2012
personality.jpg
  1. Present simple and continuous to describe Marc.
  2. How is he? Describing character: opposites.
  3. Animal and character
  4. Personality test: how are you?



1AB 19th October 2012
  1. to be in negations
  2. short answers with to be
  3. routines game







4B 19th OCTOBER 2012

  1. Present simple or continuous in a text.
  2. Stative verbs (explanation and examples)
external image 6c1c5bd8-2e34-4f58-a650-82be13841b1b.jpg
3. Choose: Everyday action or now?






4B 11th OCTOBER 2012


external image present_conti.jpg

  1. These actions happen everyday...
  2. Everyday life
  3. What's going on NOW?
  4. Is it now or usually?







1AB 11th October 2011
external image flags-globe-thumb541425.jpg
external image flags-globe-thumb541425.jpg


  1. countries and nationalities
  2. COUNTRIES & PEOPLE games
  3. to be in questions
  4. to be in negations
  5. short answers with to be






2AB 11th OCTOBER 2012
dailyroutines1.gif
  1. Basic actions in my habits
  2. Daily routines
  3. My habits
  4. An usual day in my life.












3B 11th October 2012
external image daily+routines_games.JPG
  1. Habit or momentary action?
  2. Present simple for habits
  3. Frequency adverbs
  4. Present continuous: filling and ordering
  5. Present simple or present continuous:
  6. Present simple and continuous to describe Marc.



1AB 5th OCTOBER 2012
external image rooms.gif
external image rooms.gif


  1. Rooms in the house
  2. Dictation: items in the bedroom
  3. Remember days of the week, months & numbers?












4B 5th OCTOBER 2012

external image question_words.gif


  1. Question words
  2. Make questions for these answers with a Wh-element: exercises A-B-C
  3. Set in order.
  4. Revising physical descriptions: What is he like?






2AB 4th OCTOBER 2012
external image familytree.jpg
  1. FAMILY AND RELATIVES
  2. Expressing possession:
  3. Adjectives for possession
  4. Pronouns for possession.






















European Day of Languages
external image gracias_multilingue.jpg
external image gracias_multilingue.jpg
external image historias%20de%20la%20lengua.jpg
external image historias%20de%20la%20lengua.jpg

  1. Use Google Translator to look up your 2 favourite words in Spanish translated into 2 DIFFERENT
    external image Optimized-dia_europeo_lenguas.jpg
    external image Optimized-dia_europeo_lenguas.jpg
    LANGUAGES IN EUROPE.
  2. Write them on a card:

  • Spanish word+name of LANGUAGE=new word, FOR EXAMPLE:

  • 'GRACIAS' + NORUEGO=
=TAKK




2AB 28th SEPTEMBER 2012

  1. personal pronouns: substitute.
    external image personal+pronouns.jpg
    external image personal+pronouns.jpg
  2. object prononous: me, you, him, her, it, us, them
  3. to be: am, is, are: complete the sentences
  4. fruit and vegetables: game.
  5. memory game
  6. puzzle
  7. hangman






4B 28th SEPTEMBER 2012
external image Opposites.jpeg



  1. Opposites
  2. Make questions for these answers: exercises A-B-C
  3. Set in order.














1ESO Friday 21st SEPTEMBER 2012

external image welcome.gif
external image welcome.gif


  1. Vocab: classroom stuff
  2. Objects in the class
  3. To be: am, is, are.
  4. Days of the week, months & numbers




2ESO Friday 21st SEPTEMBER 2012
external image 5215877973_brown_bag_lunch_xlarge.png

  1. Class objects: fill in labels and puzzle
  2. Class objects. Answer and 'submit'
  3. Do you like fruit? Join the labels to images. Click on the arrow to go on
  4. Memory game: fruit. Join twin cards (label and image)
  5. Fruit puzzle.



4ESO Friday 21st SEPTEMBER 2012
external image big_islcollective_worksheets_elementary_a1_preintermediate_a2_adult_elementary_school_high_school_reading_writing_auxiliary__62094ea3cb8d827182_83598435.jpgINCREDIBLE!!!!fan of Tommy Torres...

  1. Describing people: fill in the cards
  2. Revising auxiliaries:
  3. short answers



1. Plato 2. Aristotle 3. Heraclitus 4. Parmenides 5. Hipatia 6.Diogenes 7. Pithagoras 8. Euclides 9. Plotinus 10. Socrat 11. Alexander the Great 12. Anaximander 13. Averroes 14. Jenofont 15. Epicuro 16. Zenon from Elea 17. Ptolomeus 18. Zoroaster 19. Protagoras 20. Raphael 21. Apolo 22. Athenea