ON AIR

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We will hopefully attend the play “On Air” about a radio programme next Wednesday 30th April.

You can start guessing what the play will be about.

Deadline to hand in the activities: Friday 30th May

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And remember… as  William Shakespeare put it in his famous play As you like it
“All the world is a stage” :-)

ST PATRICK’S DAY

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It’s been a great pleasure to enjoy St Patrick’s Day 2014 with Rachel Leavy, the Irish student doing the Spanish inmersion program who will be with us for five weeks.

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You can watch again the video #Irelandinspires in the mean time and do the following activity (due deadline is Friday 25th April):

After having watched the video several times, write at least five reasons why Ireland really matters to you.

HOW WOLVES CHANGE RIVERS

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Are you aware of how wolves can change daily life?

Have you already seen last year project about wolves in Sabaxáns video (o Foxo do Lobo)?

Click on the image below and find out more about wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

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Take your own notes and be ready to answer some questions in class.
Deadline: Friday, 11th April
1st ESO students: Tuesday, 22nd April

OWOOOOOO!

(Wolf howling).

ALL STUDENTS

(1) – Write fifteen animals mentioned in the video

(2)- Write five geographical features mentioned in the video

(3) – Write four types of trees and vegetation mentioned in the video

2nd, 3rd AND 4th ESO STUDENTS

(4)- What is a trophic cascade?

(5)- Where is Yellowstone National Park?

(6)- When were wolves reintroduced in Yellowstone?

(7)- How long have wolves been absent before they were reintroduced?

3rd AND 4rth ESO STUDENTS 

Translate into Galician or Spanish the following expressions:

(8)- “Much more significantily, they radically changed the behaviour of the deer”

(9)- “In some areas the height of the trees quintupled in just six years”

(10)- “Beavers, like wolves, are ecosystem engineers”

ENGLISH GAMES AT THE SCHOOL LIBRARY

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We organized an English games workshop last week.
This workshop was part of “Tardes Creativas” at the School Library.
We played the Hangperson, two different Dictionary Games, Boggle, Bingo, Apple Pass, Plane Game and Bang!
We had a great time playing together while learning more vocabulary, use of English and culture.
Thank you for coming!

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BECOMING A SCOT

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Thank you for your great work these last weeks.

You are almost Scots! :)

Now it’s time to enjoy your work.

Here you can see 2nd year students Scottish dances:

2ºA version of  “Ma, ma will you buy

2ºB version of “Coulter’s Candy

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Have a look to 3rd year students posters about Scotland, Kincorth Academy’s forms (last year e-pal exchange)
and every class winners.
Click here and you will get all the answers to the quiz about Scotland.

Thank you for your effort!

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THANKS A LOT, EMILY AND JULIE!

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Last Friday 30th November we received Emily Patterson and Julie Selerin’s visit. Andrew Marlem couldn’t finally come.
As you remember, they are ISEP and Erasmus students at Universidade de Vigo.

It was a great honour to share our time with them while learning a little bit more about their lives in Galicia.

You can have a look to their presentations by clicking on their names:

- Emily Patterson (USA)

- Andrew Marlem (UK)

- Julie Selerin (Belgium)

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   Thank you all for your great work!

JFK ASSASSINATION 50th ANNIVERSARY

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John F. Kennedy, the 35th American president, was assassinated on 22nd November 1963.
Fifty years later we still wonder who killed John Fidgerald Kennedy.

But… Who was John F. Kennedy?
Have a look at the video below and find out.
You’ll have to write at least 10 sentences summarising his personal and political life.

Deadline: Friday 10th January 2014

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