Showing posts with label school. Show all posts
Showing posts with label school. Show all posts

Sunday, 20 January 2013

What are you studying?

What's your favourite subject? Which subjects do you have this year? Maybe some of these ones. Click on the arrow keys to study these flashcards. Do you know their pronunciation? Then, click on the loudspeaker icon. After that, you can do matching, spelling and listening exercises or play games. Enjoy it!


Saturday, 8 September 2012

Wake me up when September begins

September. That means "back to school" and also an opportunity to meet new friends and learn new stuff; so look on the bright side of life and make the most of this school year. To start up, let's revise the names of school subjects. You can play games and practise your spelling and listening skills. I wish you the best for this year.

 

Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Another present for our language assistant

Déborah and Adriana have worked on this virtual multimedia poster for our language assistant. They have recorded a message for her too. We are sure she will be very grateful.



Adriana and Déborah, thank you so much for this amazing presentation. :-)

So proud of you, girls!

A present for our language assistant

Alicia and Silvia have worked on a virtual poster for our language assistant, so that she will have the chance to share it in her private social networks and show her friends how grateful students are to her.



Silvia and Alicia, thank you so much for this wonderful present :-)

So proud of you, girls!

Saturday, 24 March 2012

Free Rice as an educational tool for teachers and students



Freerice.com is a website that combines education and solidarity. It's a very helpful tool for both teachers and students; moreover it's available in several languages and the activities can be used in a wide variety of school subjects such as Maths, Literature, Science, Art, History, Geography and Languages. This makes it a great resource for CLIL and PILC teachers, who can help students reinforce content and vocabulary here.






Free Rice: your learning donates food



Today I'd like to encourage you all to visit the site freerice.com
Freerice belongs to the World Food Programme, a branch of the United Nations that provides food to 90 million people every year. You can collaborate if you enter the site and play the educational games. For each right answer, you donate 10 grains of rice. Sponsored banners pay for the rice donated and the game improves your writing, speaking, thinking and, as a consequence, your marks. Click here and give it a go.



Thursday, 26 January 2012

School Vocabulary



Read the information in the following flashcards to see names of school subjects and what you learn. After that, you can play the game of the Manic Miner. You have to answer three questions correctly, collect the key and jump down the toilet. You have five lives. Avoid contact with monsters or they will kill you. Incorrect answers drain your energy. Use the arrows to move left and right and the spacebar to jump. Good luck, miner!