martes, 17 de mayo de 2016


Aquí os dejamos el link del video que han realizado los alumnos de 1ºESO A. Por favor votadlo y compartidlo ya que nuestros alumnos entran en una competición en la que pueden ganar un viaje a Londres.
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miércoles, 16 de marzo de 2016


Webquest: Easter

This webquest by Luke Vyner includes activities on the history of Easter, Easter symbols, celebrations around the world and little-known facts about the spring festival. It is free to all onestopenglish users.
Spring resources


What do you know about Easter and the history of Easter? Discuss your ideas with a partner.

Activity 1: The history of Easter

Read through the questions below and see if you know any of the answers. Then, visit to find out if you were right. Compare your answers with your partner.
  1. Where does the name ‘Easter’ originate from?
  2. How did the word finally become ‘Easter’ in English?
  3. What is Lent and how long does it last?
  4. What does this number of days represent?
  5. What is the week before Easter known as?
  6. What is celebrated on these days?
    - Maundy Thursday
    - Good Friday
    - Holy Saturday

Activity 2: The Easter bunny and other Easter symbols

a. Read the introductory paragraph from about Easter traditions in the US. Do you know of, or practise, any similar traditions in your country?

b. Work in pairs to find out more about these Easter traditions. Student 1 reads section 1: Easter bunny and section 2: Easter eggs. Student 2 reads section 3: Easter candy and section 4: Easter parade. Before you read the weblink, decide whether you think the statements related to your sections are true (T) or false (F). Then, check your answers.

Section 1: Easter bunny

  1. The Easter bunny traditions are actually referred to in the Bible.
  2. The Easter bunny symbolizes fertility and new life.
  3. It is derived from an old Danish tradition.
  4. Children would leave snacks out for the bunny.

Section 2: Easter eggs

  1. Easter eggs are most probably related to old pagan traditions.
  2. It is believed that Easter eggs represent the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  3. According to some reports, the tradition of decorating Easter eggs has been around for a hundred years.
  4. Every year, the White House holds an Easter egg rolling event on Easter Sunday.

Section 3: Easter candy

  1. More sweets are sold in America at Easter time than during any other holiday.
  2. Chocolate eggs have been a tradition in America for two centuries.
  3. Today, the most popular non-chocolate Easter sweet in America is the jelly bean.
  4. Marshmallow Peeps come in a variety of flavours.

Section 4: Easter parade

  1. The Easter parade tradition in New York began in the mid-19th century.
  2. The tradition is as popular today as it’s ever been.
  3. Although the Easter parade tradition still lives on in Manhattan, its roads are no longer closed to traffic.
  4. There are Easter parades in other cities in America nowadays.

Activity 3: Easter around the world

a. You will be given either a country or a group of countries to research. Consider the questions below and write a summary in your own words of what you have read.
  1. What unique traditions does the country have?
  2. What religious traditions do the people of the country practise?
  3. What do people wear?
  4. What do people eat?
  5. Are there any special days that are celebrated?
b. Share your findings with your classmates. What were the most interesting traditions? Which were the strangest?

Activity 4: Things you didn’t know about Easter!

a. How much more do you know about Easter? Complete the sentences below if you know the answers.

b. Visit the weblink:,28804,1889922_1890008_1889927,00.html and read the ten sections of the article to complete the sentences. You will have to click on the arrow to move to the next section.
  1. ____________________________ appears in several ancient traditions as a symbol for ____________________________.
  2. The traditional pastries eaten on Good Friday in the UK are known as ____________________________.
  3. In Ethiopia, Easter is known as ____________________________ and people fast from meat and dairy for ____________________________ before celebrating.
  4. In Sweden and areas of Finland, ____________________________ wear shawls and old skirts that are too big for them, and visit people’s houses to ask for ____________________________.
  5. Beginning in the mid-1800s, ____________________________ New Yorkers would parade their riches after leaving church.
  6. The first Sunrise Service in America was arranged by ____________________________. The purpose of the Mass is to remember ____________________________ that Mary found on Easter morning.
Check your answers with your partner.

Activity 5: Optional fun task

Now that you know so much about Easter, you could organize your own Easter party. Here are some ideas for things you could do. Visit

sábado, 13 de febrero de 2016

Movers preparation (4th grade)

Listening practice:


Comic creation (5th and 6th grade)

Bitstrips for Schools Student Login Instructions

Step 1

Step 2

Under Student Login on the left, enter the following classroom code: cie2016 and click on the Go button

Step 3

Select your name from the name box. If this is the first time you are logging in, create your password and click Set Password.
If you have logged in before, enter the password you made on your first login and click Login

FOOD! (1st year Secondary school)

Visit the link below and listen to it. Then copy the exercises in a word document and complete then, so we can share them.

Isn’t food ____________________ greatest pleasures? Do you know anyone who doesn’t like food? I don’t. There ____________________ delicious food in the world. You ____________________ whole lifetime eating a different dish every day. What’s the tastiest food in the world? This ____________________ difficult question to answer. My taste in food keeps changing. Sometimes my favourite is a dessert, but then I ____________________ and go for a spicy curry. It’s great that countries have so many different dishes. Do ____________________ national dish is best? Nowadays we have to be careful ____________________ eat. Fast food is not good for us. We need ____________________ on healthy food. Maybe we have to ____________________ in the future. ____________________ food you eat is good for you.

STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student B)
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 DISCUSSION (Write your own questions)

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show these to student A)