Últimas publicaciones
  • VIVE LE VENT
    Escrito por Miguél Alacid Martínez, lunes 12 de noviembre de 2012 , 18:00 hs , en FRANCES
  • LE PETIT RENNE AU NEZ ROUGE
    Escrito por Miguél Alacid Martínez, lunes 12 de noviembre de 2012 , 17:54 hs , en FRANCES
  • INFORMACIONES ÚLTIMAS
    Escrito por Ángel Almela Valchs, viernes 1 de junio de 2012 , 13:28 hs , en BIBLIOTECA

    NOTAS IMPORTANTES

    Los alumnos que hayan sacado un libro en préstamo de la B.E. durante este CURSO y  

    NO lo hayan DEVUELTO, DEBEN DEVOLVERLO ANTES DEL VIERNES 8 DE JUNIO.

    NO deben ponerlos en la Biblioteca sin decírselo a los maestros responsables,

    porque sino quedarían en el programa del ordenador como  aún en préstamo.

    *El Programa de Las Maletas Viajeras acaba también el 8 de Junio y a partir de ese

    día DEBERÁN SER DEVUELTAS a la Biblioteca  Escolar (podéis dejarlas allí mismo

    o dárselas a Isi o Angel).

     

                                          Equipo de la Biblioteca Escolar

     

  • ARTÍCULOS INDETERMINADOS: A or AN?
    Escrito por Cristina Aguayo Gimenez, jueves 10 de mayo de 2012 , 12:57 hs , en INGLES

    Se escribe "a" delante de palabras que no comienzan por vocal.

    Example: a cow, a cat, a dog, a banana, etc.

    Se escribe "an" delante de las palabras que comienzan por vocal.

    Example: an apple, an eagle, an ear, an elephant, etc.

    ACTIVITY 1

    ACTIVITY 2

    ACTIVITY 3

    ACTIVITY 4

    ACTIVITY 5

    ACTIVITY 6

  • FUTURE.- GOING TO
    Escrito por Cristina Aguayo Gimenez, jueves 10 de mayo de 2012 , 10:19 hs , en INGLES

     FUTURE.- GOING TO: Se usa para expresar la intención de hacer o no hacer algo en un futuro próximo.

    - Para formar el futuro con "going to" necesitamos usar el presente simple del verbo "to be" (ser, estar) seguido de "going to" y luego otro verbo.

     

    Examples

    Affirmative sentences:

    I am going to study for my exams.
    Voy a estudiar para mis exámenes

    Negative sentences:

    I am not going to go by bus, I am going to go by car.
    No voy a ir en autobús, voy a ir en coche

    Interrogative sentences:

    Are we going to have lunch today?
    ¿Vamos a almorzar hoy?

     

    Eat/Comer
    Eat/Comer
    Eat/Comer
    I am going to eat
    Voy a beber
    Am I going to eat?
    ¿Voy a beber?
    I am not going to eat
    No voy a beber
    cook/cocinar
    She is going to cook
    Ella va a cocinar
    Is she going to cook?
    ¿Está ella cocinando?
    He isn't going to cook
    El no va a cocinar
    We are going to play
    Vamos a jugar
    Are we going to play?
    ¿Vamos a jugar?
    We aren't going to play
    No vamos a jugar

     CLICK HERE TO PRACTICE

    ACTIVITY 2

    ACTIVITY 3

    ACTIVITY 4

    ACTIVITY 5

     

     
       
                   
             
           
  • CLASS 6º LEVEL: UNIT 7: ANIMALS IN DANGER! (LIVING BEINGS)
    Escrito por Cristina Aguayo Gimenez, jueves 10 de mayo de 2012 , 09:43 hs , en INGLES

    CONTENIDO CLIL: Seres vivos. 

     

    VOCABULARIO Y LENGUAJE CLAVE:

    - Endangered animals

    - Threats to wildlife

     

    ESTRUCTURAS:

    - There were/are…

    - Present simple

    - Going to

     

    LECCIÓN 1. ANIMALS IN DANGER!

     

    Vocabulary:

    bearded vulture, tiger, polar bear, blue whale, panda, black rhinoceros, mountain gorilla, Iberian lynx; herbivore, carnivore; mountain rainforest,

    high mountains, tropical rainforest, water, ice fields, deciduous forests, grasslands, Mediterranean forest, Central Africa, Southern Europe, Asia, oceans, Arctic Circle, Southwest China, South and Central Africa,

    Southern Europe; critically endangered, endangered,

    vulnerable

     

     

    Structures:

    Pandas are herbivores and they live in China.  The Panda is an endangered animal.  There are only 1,600 in the wild.

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 2. NUMBERS OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS

     

    Vocabulary:

    big numbers; wild, tigers, blue whales,  Iberian lynx, black rhinos, mountain gorillas, wolves, brown bears, imperial eagles

     

     

    Structures:

    The number of tigers is going down.  There are only 4,000 tigers in the wild. There were 60,000 tigers 50 years ago. How many tigers were there 50 years ago?

     

     

     

     


     

    LECCIÓN 3. THREATS TO ENDANGERED ANIMALS

     

    Vocabulary:  

    motorways, bicycles, cars, wind farms, power stations, solar panels, oil slicks, factories, building sites, new species, pollution, destruction of habitats, land, food, aggressive, mink, fur, farms, killed, used, escaped, took, had, came

     

    Structures:

    Motorways cause pollution. They destroy natural habitats.

    American minks are not a natural species in Europe.

    How did they get to Europe?

    They first came to Europe in 1926. They were bigger tan European minks.

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 4. STORY: THE LIFE OF DANE FOSSEY

     

    Story language:

    Mountain gorillas, Africa, holiday, elephants, rhinos, wildlife, research centre, Rwanda, photos, pictures, individual, nose print, movements, body, sounds, groups, popular, tough, local people, land, cattle, traps, uniforms, jeeps, guards, research area, successful, hunter, knife, memory, fund, mist, importance, unique, habitat, work, enemies, cabin, murder, mystery, studied, loved, was, opened, watched, took, drew, could, recognise, made friends with, copied, walked, scratched, ate, accepted, called, made her laugh, wanted, set, tried, protect, bought, patrolled, killed, set up, wrote, explained, continued, had, came. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 5. PHONICS

     

     

     Phonics: the f sound (photo, foot, laugh)

     

     

    LECCIÓN 6. A CAMPAIGN TO SAVE TIGERS

     

    Vocabulary:

    Patrol the area, monitor the tigers, stop forest fires, put up electric fences, stop hunters, open a wildlife centre, train wildlife experts, buy jeeps, sell Christmas cards and calendars, organise a concert, raise money, endangered species

     

    Structures:

    We monitor the tigers.

    When do you monitor the tigers?

    We are going to open wildlife centres.

    Where are you going to open wildlife centres?

     

     

     

     

     


     

    LECCIÓN 7. A WILD ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE

     

    Vocabulary:

    Bear, monkey, elephant, enclosure, tree house, wildlife centre, river, prepare, build, built, clean, play, ride, rode, take, took, make, made

     

    Structures:

    I washed the elephants.

    Did she feed the elephants?

    Is she going to ride the elephant tomorrow?

    How many people are you working with?

    When did you arrive?

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 8. SPEAKING PROJECT: ANIMALS IN DANGER

     

    Vocabulary:

    Petition, collection box, raffl e, market stall, sponsored (swim), adopting an animal, a letter, think, give, gave, protect, need, wildlife centre, habitat, money, local people, campaign

     

     

     

    Structures:

    You can raise money for a campaign.

    Our group gave 25 points to adopting an animal.

    We are going to start a petition.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 9. SPEAKING PROJECT: AN ANIMAL PROTECTION

     

    Vocabulary:

    Animals; dangers to the animals; protective actions

     

    Structures:

    Turtles are in trouble.

    They need our help.

    We are going to stop people hunting turtles.

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 10. REVIEW

     

     

    Todo el vocabulario de la unidad

     

    Todas las estructuras de la unidad

     

     

     

     

  • CLASS 5º LEVEL: UNIT 6: MY FAMILY HISTORY
    Escrito por Cristina Aguayo Gimenez, jueves 10 de mayo de 2012 , 09:31 hs , en INGLES

    CONTENIDO CLIL: Personas y actividades humanas. 

    VOCABULARIO Y LENGUAJE CLAVE:

    Family (review) + cousins, step-sister, half-sister

    Professions

    Places in a town

     

    ESTRUCTURAS:

    - Past simple, was/were

    - There was/were…

    - Questions: When/Where/Who was…?

    - Dates: In + year

    - Comparatives: taller, shorter

    - Time clauses: last year

     

    LECCIÓN 1. MY FAMILY HISTORY

     

    Vocabulary:

    mother, father, brother, sister, aunt,uncle, cousin, half-sister/brother, step-sister/brother, step-mother/father, grandmother, grandfather, child, grandparents; village

     

    Structures:

    I’ve got a (brother). His name’s (Josh).

    I’m an only child.

    I’ve got an older (sister). Her name’s (Carol).

    I’ve got a half-sister and a step-brother.

    She’s Sam’s half-sister.

    How many brothers and sisters have you got?

    Do your grandparents come from a small village?

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 2. GRAPHS: CHANGES IN PHYSICAL APPEARANCE 

     

    Vocabulary:

    tall, centimetres, old

     

     

    Structures:

    When Paul was two, he was 84 cm tall.

    I’m 120 cm tall.

    I was 84 cm tall.

    I’m in year 5. I was in year 2.

    I’m 10 years old. I was 6 years old.

    My teacher’s name is...

    My teacher’s name was...

    My favourite... is...

    My favourite... was... 

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 3. HISTORICAL DOCUMENT: BIRD CERTIFICATES

     

    Vocabulary:

    USA, UK, Kenya, Africa, India; granny, mum, dad, grandad, mother, father; date of birth, place of birth, birth certificate

     

     

     

    Structures:

    When was Edward born?

    Where was Mary born?

    My granny was born in New York.

    My grandparents were born in four different continents.

    Her mum’s name was Blanca and her dad’s name was Salva. 

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 4. STORY: THE LOST PORTRAIT

     

    Story language:

    painting, portrait, artist, famous, special, story, rich, father, man, entrance, house, treasure, great-great aunt, mother, sell, money, bills, sale, beautiful, objects, picture, nice, decorate, bedroom, small, old, dirty, fi x, cupboard, use, around here, buy, door, electricity, builders, decorators, busy, face, expert, historian, fascinated, model, research, press conference, amazing, discovery, times change; Don’t worry! What’s it made of? It looks very old. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 5. PHONICS

     

     

    Phonics: er (girl, dirty, work) and e (bed, sell, special)

     

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 6. CHANGES IN A VILLAGE

     

    Vocabulary:

    shop, fountain, house, car, church, school, post offi ce, restaurant, garage, street light,

    postcard, oldest, village green, market, farm, old people’s home, flats, supermarket, playground, park

     

     

     

    Structures:

    There was a church.

    There wasn’t a post office. There were some houses.

    There weren’t any cars.

    I think postcard one is the oldest.

     

     

     

     

     


     

    LECCIÓN 7. WOMEN IN SOCIETY

     

    Vocabulary:

    professions; builds, helps, writes, works, explores, makes, fl ies; buildings, sick people, newspaper, at home, bank, space, head, government, electrical circuits, school, planes, percentage

     

    Structures:

    Who was the fi rst woman pilot? When was she born?

    Where was she born?

    There was a journalist at number 6.

    A pilot flies planes.

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 8. SPEAKING PROJECT: MY FAMILY HISTORY

     

    Vocabulary:

    farmer, housewife, schoolboy, schoolgirl, shopkeeper, teacher, train driver; single, married, birth certifi cate, population census, inhabitants, village, job,

    shower, toilet, candles, electric lights, garage, stable, fridge

     

    Structures:

    Where was he born?

    When was he born?

    How many farmers were there?

    What was his father’s job?

    Are you the oldest man in the village?

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 9. SPEAKING PROJECT: A BIOGRAPHY POSTER

     

    Vocabulary:

    family, place, house, rooms, village

     

    Structures:

    There were ... in the village. There was a ... in the village.

    There weren’t any ... in the village.

    There wasn’t a ... in the village. Her father was a (farmer).

    He was born in …

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 10. REVIEW

     

     

    Todo el vocabulario de la unidad

     

    Todas las estructuras de la unidad

     

  • LES PARTIES DU CORPS
    Escrito por Miguél Alacid Martínez, martes 17 de abril de 2012 , 19:45 hs , en FRANCES
    2 Comentarios
  • SEMAN DEL LIBRO 2012
    Escrito por Ángel Almela Valchs, martes 17 de abril de 2012 , 11:23 hs , en BIBLIOTECA

     

    PROGRAMA DE ACTIVIDADES  BIBLIOTECA ESCOLAR

                                                                         ABRIL 2012

    SEMANA DEL LIBRO   “Cuentos Infantiles”

    VIERNES 20

    LUNES 23

    DÍA DEL LIBRO

    MARTES 24

    MIERCOLES 25

     

    JUEVES 26

     

    VIERNES 27

    9 Þ  12 h.

     

    EXPOSICIÓN DE TRABAJOS ESCOLARES.

    Pasillos, puertas  y entrada de la Biblioteca

     

     

    *ANIMACION S.M.

          1º Ciclo

                2º: La Sopa y el Cazo

                 9.10-10.10

                 

                1º: Pupi

                10.10-11.10

          Biblioteca

     

           Ed.  Infantil

          12 – 13,30

    Comedor

     

    *TEATRO DE INGLÉS

    3º Ciclo

    “A basket for my mother

         10,30 – 11,30

         12   -   13

    9 Þ  13.30 h.

     

     

        Entrega de      SEPARADORES DE LIBROS de la Semana al alumnado del Colegio

     

    *ANIMACIÓN ANAYA

    “Los Traspiés de Alicia Plaf”

    2º Ciclo

    3º: 9,10 a 9,55

    4º: 10 a 10,45

    Biblioteca

     

     

    *CUENTACUENTOS

    por parte de alumnos del 3º Ciclo  a

    Infantil y 1º Ciclo

    12 – 13,30

    Patio del Colegio

     

     

    9 Þ  14 h.

     

    II MARATÓN DE CUENTACUENTOS

    Biblioteca y Aulas de Ed. Infantil

    Por: Juez, Policía Municipal, Ayuntamiento, AMPA, El Buen Pastor, CPR, Guardia Civil, JHP, Tocaos del Ala, Biblioteca Municipal, La Sierpe y el Laúd

    I3 años

    I4 años

    I5 años

    1º A

    1º B

    2º A

    2º B

    3º A

    3º B

    4º A

    4º B

    5º A

    5º B

    6º A

    6º B

    9 Þ  13 h.

     

     

    *ANIMACIÓN SANTILANA

    Ensalada de Cuentos

       por Creadero Teatro

     

           3º Ciclo

     

                5º y 6º: 9,15-10,30

    Comedor

     

     

     

    *REUNIÓN DEL JURADO de los Premios de la Biblioteca

    9 Þ  12.40 h.

     

    *TEATRO  INFANTIL

    “El bosque no tiene quien le cure

           por Merche Dato

     

         Infantil 3 y 4 años:

     9.10 – 9.40

    Infantil 5 años:

    9.50 - 10,30

    Aulas de Infantil

     

                1º Ciclo:

                1º: 10.30-11,20

                2º: 12 - 12,40

    Biblioteca

     

     

     

     

    CLAUSURA

     

    Entrega de PREMIOS, distinciones  y diplomas

     

    Patio del Colegio

     

     

  • LEVEL 5º.- UNIT 5:THE BLUE PLANET (WORLD ENVIROMENT)
    Escrito por Cristina Aguayo Gimenez, jueves 29 de marzo de 2012 , 12:53 hs , en INGLES

    CONTENIDO CLIL: Entornos del mundo. 

    VOCABULARIO Y LENGUAJE CLAVE:

    Visible features (review) + islands, factories, rubbish, farms

    Verbs: reuse, recycle, reduce, put

    Adjectives

     

    ESTRUCTURAS:

    There is a/There are some

    There isn’t a/There aren’t any + countable/uncountable nouns

    I can/can’t + verb

     

    LECCIÓN 1. THE BLUE PLANET

     

    Vocabulary:

    roads, clouds, mountains, rivers, railway lines, buildings, islands, factories, cars, planes, ships, houses, gardens, rubbish, farms, people, threats, environment

     

    Structures:

    There is land and water.

    There are some clouds.

    Is it picture (one)?

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 2. WATER, RELIEF AND CLIMATE

     

    Vocabulary:

    the warmest, the coldest, the hottest, the deepest, the shallowest, the widest, the narrowest, the hottest, the lowest, the wettest, the coldest, the highest, the lowest, the highest, the driest; The Pacifi c Ocean, The Atlantic Ocean, The Indian Ocean, The Arctic Ocean,

    Ethiopia, The Antarctic, Mount Everest, The Dead Sea, Hawaii, the Atacama Desert, Chile; rain, sea level

    Structures:

    It’s the deepest ocean.

    The average temperature is 34ºC.

     

     


     

    LECCIÓN 3. EXTREMES OF RELIEF AND CLIMATE

     

    Vocabulary:

    the most important, the most populated, the most popular, the most diffi cult, the most beautiful, the most dangerous, the most boring, the most interesting, the longest, the biggest, the highest; The Alps, mountains, winter sports, city, ski run, food, season, avalanches, month, winter, spring, snow, snow storm, January, February; skiing, studying, travelling, meeting people, watching nature, melting

     

    Structures:

    The most difficult mountain to climb is the Matterhorn.

    The biggest city is Grenoble.

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 4. STORY: LOCAL HEROES

     

    Story language:

    walk, cross, notice, decide, investigate, follow, reach, hide, help, analyse, describe, remember, solve; empty, smells, river, water, foam, fi sh, pipe, forest, cabin, pool, barrels, noise, vehicle, lorry, sample, liquid, school, teacher, adventure, dead, wrong, dirty, enormous, old, scared, terrible, chemistry, toxic, strong, morning, afternoon

     

     

    LECCIÓN 5. PHONICS

     

     

    Phonics oo (blue, school, pool) and air (scared, hair, there)

     

     

    LECCIÓN 6. AIR

     

    Vocabulary:

    chimney, smoke, pollution, clouds, air, clean, high, sky, smog, acid rain, sunshine, butterfl ies, birds

    Structures:

    There is a… There isn’t a… There are some… There aren’t any…

     

     

     

     

     


     

    LECCIÓN 7. RECYCLING

     

    Vocabulary:

    plastic, glass, paper, organic waste; bottle, jar, glass, bag, newspaper, box, T-shirt, leaves,

    rotten fruit; reduce, recycle, reuse

     

    Structures:

    I’ve got an old newspaper.

    Put it in the (blue) bin.

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 8. SPEAKING PROJECT: GET RECYCLING!

     

    Vocabulary:

    tins, cars, factories, plastic bottles, planes, ships, traffi c, air pollution, water pollution, land pollution

    Structures:

    (Tins) pollute the land/air/water.

    (Smoke) pollutes the sky.

     

     

     

     

     

    LECCIÓN 9. SPEAKING PROJECT: RECYCLING POSTER

     

    Vocabulary:

    plastic, glass, paper, organic, bin, recycle, pens, bottles, yogurt pot, plastic bags, CD case

     

    Structures:

    My bin’s (yellow).

    It’s for  (plastic).

    (Plastic bags) pollute the (land) and the (water).

    We can recycle (plastic bags).

    Fifteen people recycle (plastic bottles).

     

     

    LECCIÓN 10. REVIEW

     

     

    Todo el vocabulario de la unidad

     

    Todas las estructuras de la unidad