Useful resources to speak english: Speak to a robot Great to speak English with people all over the globe Practise your English, great site! BBC Teens Speaking Practice
Today our 4th of ESO students have had a great time talking in English through different games: B1 speaking practice: in pairs and for approximateley 15 minutes they had to ask each other questions regarding common pictures and talk about their views and opinions on topics related to the pictures. That exercise is very similarContinue reading “Speaking Games in “Àgora””
Post your videos answering the questions related to the book you’ve read: READERS GUIDELINE Answer all the following questions in English. Write between a minimum of 50 words for each question: Summarise the PLOT of the book: Describe your favourite CHARACTER (physical and psychological description): What’s the CLIMAX (the most important moment in the book)?Continue reading “BOOKTUBERS 4th of ESO and 1st of BATXILLERAT”
Let’s imagine you are stranded on a desert island, all alone… what would you take with you? Get some ideas in this previous post.
‘Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.’ –Benjamin Franklin Being proficient in a foreign language implies mastering 4 key skills which are: written and oral communication as well as written and oral comprehension. We would like to focus on the written communication and the oral comprehension today.Continue reading “INS Manuel de Montsuar’s Writing and Listening Lab”
The end of the 1st term is close which roughly means that students are about to face a couple of exhausting weeks before Christmas. Undeniably, that’s a situation we’ve all ever come to experience and it can get really stressing and hectic though, unless you are the organised and efficient type of student… Our studentsContinue reading “Tips to Beat Exams Successfully”
Once again our 4th of ESO students have written original and hilarious short stories using “Story Cubes”. They wrote outlandish and weird stories in small groups. You can have a good read in our school’s corridor.
3 ESO, 4 ESO, 4 ESO (2nd language) and 1 BAT (2nd language) Take a minute to sit and think about the happiest day of your life. Watch these two videos. In the first one people from different ages and ethnic groups talk about their best day ever. The second is a 12 minutes-long TEDContinue reading “The Happiest Day of My Life”
Today we’ve spoken about the students’ lives with coronavirus and they have talked about their feelings. It’s been a nice way of sharing how we feel and how we can feel better these days. Thank you for your cooperation!