Showing posts with label culture. Show all posts
Showing posts with label culture. Show all posts

Friday, 3 November 2017

Here's a game to revise the CLIL unit on the Tertiary Sector. Read carefully and choose the best answer to play. Wrong answers will make you skip your turn.

Click here to play


Friday, 6 October 2017

Human Migrations Test. The Leaping Frog

Here's a game to revise the CLIL unit on Human Migrations. Read carefully and choose the best answer to play. Wrong answers will make you skip your turn.
Click your mouse or press the spacebar to jump from one leaf to another.

Click here to play



Sunday, 7 May 2017

The reign of Philip II of Spain

Welcome to the Empire on which the sun never sets

Charles V. Holy Roman Emperor

Flashback to 16th century Europe. This guy could have gone down on history as the grandson of the Catholic Monarchs an Emperor Maximilian, but he became much more. Here's what you need to know about Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor.

Friday, 3 March 2017

Tertiary sector. Vocabulary

Here below there are a lot of words about the tertiary sector and their Spanish translations. You can use them in your economy or social studies lessons. First, study the flashcards, and then, play the games.

Click here for the speaking avatar


Thursday, 8 December 2016

Human Migrations Lesson


Here's the lesson on human migrations for CLIL teachers and students. Find the glossary in the blog entry "Human Migrations. Vocabulary".



Friday, 1 November 2013

Halloween Glog 2º B

Group b of second year students decorated their classroom and put on a horror show. Have a look at their Halloween decoration.

Halloween Glog. 2º A

This is Halloween in group A of second year students. Do you like their glog?

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Easter

Would you like to know how to say in English words about Easter? And would you like to learn about Easter traditions in English-speaking countries? These flashcards will help you. Then, you can test your knowledge with spelling and listening activities. You can play games too. Happy Easter!

Sunday, 17 March 2013

Happy St Patrick's Day, folks

Today is Saint Patrick's Day. He is the saint patron of Ireland. He brought Christianism to the country and there are many legends about him. One of them says he drove all the snakes out of the country. Study these flashcards to know more. You can test your vocabulary skills if you do the exercises below. Read, listen, learn to spell and play the games. Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

Saturday, 9 February 2013

Saint Valentine's Day

February 14th is near. Saint Valentine's Day is celebrated on that date. Sweethearts give each other presents and people send cards to their boyfriens or girlfriends. You can learn more with these flashcards and practise vocabulary with the games and activities below. Will you be my Valentine?

Thursday, 27 December 2012

Christmas Typing

Hi! My name is Rudolph and today I'm helping you spell Christmas words. Typing is very important because you need computers and mobiles for your studies and for your social relations. Well, you can learn to type correctly and faster with this game. Moreover, you can revise your Christmas vocabulary. Look at the words on the screen and type as fast as you can to get more points. The faster you type, the higher your score. You have only 35 seconds but you can try as many times as you wish. I hope you will like the typing game. Merry Christmas!

Type Christmas Words

Sunday, 23 December 2012

Christmas Time

It's Christmas Time. I wish you all a Merry Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I hope these flashcards will help you learn with the listening and spelling games and activities. You can see words about Christmas, traditions and decoration, click on the arrows to see more cards and then, start practising. Have a wonderful holiday!

Sunday, 16 December 2012

Christmas 2011 at S.I.E.S. Rincón de Soto

Christmas decoration was brilliant last year. Do you remember what you did? It's going to be difficult to beat that but I'm sure this year you will do even better.

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Halloween in 2º A

Welcome to the tunnel of terror. It was made by the second year students of group A. Are you brave enough to confront vampires, blood and a dark atmosphere? Then, visit us.



Click here before having a look at the presentation

Halloween in 2º B

Welcome to group B of second year students! Are you afraid of witches? Are you scared of ghosts? Do you think bats are frightening? Don't be scared and come into the tunnel of terror.

Click here before having a look at the photos

This is Halloween, this is Halloween

Come with me! Halloween is celebrated on the 31st of October. A long time ago, people put on costumes to scare evil spirits away. That's the origin of Halloween. It is a Celtic tradition but now it's popular all over the world due to American films and TV series. Did you dress up to celebrate Halloween? How much do you know about it?

Monday, 23 April 2012

Literature Quiz

I am sure you know the famous TV game show Do you want to be a millionaire? Imagine you are a contestant and answer as many right questions as possible. How much do you know about English and American literature? Take this quiz and find out.



Do you want to be a millionaire? Quiz by Pilar

International Book and Copyright Day

On 23rd April, we celebrate World Book and Copyright Day. Its origins are found in Spain because Cervantes died on this date, as well as Shakespeare and other writers. Later, the UNESCO declared 23rd April as a day to promote reading and publishing. In the UK, World Book Day is celebrated in early March, so that it doesn't clash with Easter holidays and students can properly celebrate it at school with their Language and Literature teachers. Here I'm suggesting you some interesting websites where you can read and create stories online, or even download books legally. So enjoyable!



                           Storybird. Make art-inspired stories to read, share and print