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Friday, 9 December 2016

ENGLISH PROJECT 2nd Term

Hi there!
Here you have the information about the project for this second term.



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 You have to choose a city that you like, where you have been or that you would like to visit one day. In your oral presentation you have to include:
  • Where the city is: country, part of the country (north, east, in the middle,...)
  • Description of the city: size, population, neighbourhoods, means of transport, kinds of places: parks, green areas, how to get there.
  • Main things to visit in the city: you must choose 3/4 places to visit (museums, landmarks, parks, buildings,...) and describe:
  1.  the place (characteristics, why it's important)
  2.  activities you can do there (organised or on your own, tell your experience if you have been there).
  • Why you like it or why you would like to visit it
You know that if you have any questions, you only need to ask for help!

**Remember that in your powerpoint, you MUSTN'T include sentences!!!!

ENGLISH PROJECT 2nd Term

Hi students, 
here you have the information for the project for the 2nd Term: STUDY TRIP
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In groups of three, you must include this in your presentation in class:
  • Plan of the trip for a whole week, 16-23 April, for 50 people.
  • Detailed route of the trip.
  • Means of transport: timetable, prices, 
  • Accommodation: rooms, prices, type of accommodation
  • Places to visit: landmarks, museums, buildings, leisure places,...
  • Detailed budget.
  • Include: map, photographs,....

If you need, help, don't hesitate to ask for it!!!

ENGLISH PROJECT 2nd TERM

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 Choose a CITY from an English Speaking Country:
-    London: Big Ben (Houses Of parliament), London Eye (Millenium Wheel), St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace (Changing of the Guards), Cuttie Shark,
-         Manchester: Old Trafford Football Stadium, Manchester Cathedral & Townhall.
-         Liverpool: The Cavern Club, Anfield Road Football Stadium.
-         Dublin: Kilmainham Gaol, St Patrick's Cathedral, Trinity College,
-     San Francisco: Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Prison, Fisherman's Wharf,
-    Washington: The White House, Lincoln Memorial, National Mall, Capitol Building, Arlington National Cemetery...
-     New York: Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island, Empire State Building, Twin Towers & Tower of Liberty, Manhattan Skyline, Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Garden, Times Square, Chrysler Building…
-         Sydney: Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge
-         Hollywood, Los Angeles: Walk of Fame, Kodak/Dolby Theatre…
-         Johannesburg: Constitution Hill, Apartheid Museum,
-         Kingston: Bob Marley’s Museum, Mansion Rose Hall.

You MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING POINTS:
-         Locate the city and the landmarks in a map.
-         Short history of the city.

You HAVE TO ANSWER this questions about the landmark:
-         When and why it was built (natural or man made)
-         Who built and designed it.
-         Physical Characteristics
-         Interesting facts
-         Why it is famous or special
-         Visitors a year, tickets, timetable
-         How the landmark has changed over time (if there have been any changes at all)























Thursday, 8 September 2016

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Hi students!!!
here you have the topic for your first oral presentation in class: URBAN TRIBES. You will prepare it in pairs or groups of three.
Here you have the different aspects you must include in your presentation:
- origin: where and when it started.
- main characteristics: clothes (very important!), interests, habits, types of music,...
- any other information
 

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

ENGLISH PROJECT 1st TERM 1ESO




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Hello boys and girls!!!
Here you have the instructions for your 1st oral presentation in class this year. You have to introduce yourselves to the class, and you can use a power point presentation. 

When you introduce yourself, these are the ideas that you have to use:
- Name & age
- Physical description: colour of hair / eyes, complexion,...
- Family: number of members, brothers / sisters, pets,...
- Friends
- Country and where you live
- School: favourite subjects, after school activities,...
- Hobbies & interests: musical instruments, sports you   
  practice
- Any other relevant information

Here you have some examples!

ENGLISH PROJECT 1st TERM 4ESO

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HISTORICAL FIGURES

Hi students!!
this first term, you are going to do a project about historical characters. You will work in pairs and will have to prepare an interview between two famous or notorious historical characters.

There are 3 topics that you must cover in your interview:
- Historical period: when each of the people lived, historical context for each of them,...
- Things achieved: their main achievements (victories,   
   inventions, discoveries,...)
- Main failures

Remember we will start with the oral presentations on 17th October.

ENGLISH PROJECT 1st TERM 3ESO




Hi students!!
This year you are going to do a joint project: English language & AG21. You are going to work in pairs.
You will have to prepare a power point presentation together with your oral presentation about a HIKING TRAIL.

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These are the directions for the project:
 - Choose an English speaking country: USA, Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa,...
- Locate the country / state / region in the world map.
- Give a brief explanation about:
          * The trekking: trail (characteristics), a map, days,      
             possible dangers (animals, weather conditions,   
             physical condition,...),
          * The climate
          * Geography / orography
          * Flora: trees, plants,...
          * Fauna
          * Endangeres species (both animals and plants!!)