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
That’s our small contribution to 25th November International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Boys and Girls, Men and Women… We are all equal!!!
Women have also played important roles in histoyr.
Thank you for your great work during these last days.
Enjoy Samhain and try to remember your ancestors.
Let’s look ahead to a better future keeping their memory alive.
All 2nd year students can choose a traditional scottish song to prepare this term in order to take part in the Scottish culture workshop.
(1) – Coulter’s Candy
(2) – Going home to Glasgow
(3) – Ma, ma will you buy
(4) – When I was single
(5) – I’ve a laddie in America
Thirteen (13) days left for Samhain – Halloween!
Scared because you don’t know what to wear or bring to class to decorate it?
Don’t panic. Here you will find some ideas to create you creepy spooky monsters!
Welcome back to school!
I’m sure you’ve already watched Maggie Simpson’s Oscar Nominated short “The Longest Daycare”.
I’d like you to watch it again and do the following activities:
1.- Get ready to explain all the written expressions which appear on the short.
2.- Sum up the story in fifteen sentences.
3.- What does the butterfly stand for? What does it represent to you? Has it any hidden meaning?
4.- Write five suggestions to improve school life.
Should schools separate students according to sex, intelligence, religion or any other feature? Why (not)?
DEADLINE: 30th October 2013
As Mark Twain’s (Tom Sawyer’s and Huckleberry Finn’s writer) put it: “Don’t let schooling interfere with your education”.
Please be clever and make the most of the course ahead.
Amazing! We’re finishing another course!
Would you like to know what have we been up to lately?
Well, you are right: we have been studying and doing tests, but we would also like to remark some of your great works in the last weeks.
You can get more details about the prizes you got in The Big Challenge 2013 by clicking here.
There are some other interesting works we would like to share with you:
2nd YEAR VIDEO RECIPES
EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE by Sara Cruces López
4th YEAR IN AND AROUND LONDON VIDEOS FROM CLASS PRESENTATIONS
(A) THE SEAT OF THE PARLIAMENT AND THE CROWN by María Álvarez Alfaya
(Winston Churchill, Tony Blair)
(B) LONDON LANDMARKS by Ángela Codeseda González
(The City, Oxford Street, traditional British dishes)
(C) SHOPPING IN LONDON by Alejandra Feijoo Carballo
(Harrods, Covent Garden, Carnaby Street, Soho, China Town)
(D) PUBS, RESTAURANTS, CLUBS IN LONDON by Ángel Lillo Amaro
(E) LONDON’S ANCESTORS I by Paula Lourido Melón
(William Shakespeare, Sir Walter Raleigh, types of English beer, types of glass)
(F) THE SEAT OF PARLIAMENT by Lorenzo Rivera Trigo (Palace of Westminster, Big Ben)
(G) LONDON’S ANCESTORS II by Mónica Vázquez Gómez
(Highgate, Hampstead, Charles Dickens, John Keats, Sigmund Freud, Karl Marx)
(H) A DAY AMONG FRIENDS by AlexandraVázquez Mera
(Picadilly Circus, Natural History Museum, Camden Town, Rock Circus, Tea, Pub expressions)
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ENJOY YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY!