Wednesday, 5 April 2017


Hello class! Here you can find the links for the reading for the third term.

George and the Dragon (you can both read and listen to the story if you follow the link).

King Arthur and Excalibur

You will also read some Greek Myths:

Theseus and the Minotaur

The Legend of the Trojan Horse

Aphrodite and the Trojan War 

Thursday, 2 March 2017


"My brother eats like a horse", said John.

"to eat like an elephant" is an idiom. This is an expression that usually means something different to the literal meaning of each word.

We can learn more idioms with animals following the link:

20 Animal Idioms in English

Idioms with Large Animals

#1 – the elephant in the room

Now, answer the animal idioms quiz.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Aesop's Fables- Stop Motion

1º ESO

After reading a fable of your choice, make a stop motion.
Here is an example of what you should do.

Stopmotion by Javier Guerrero Carretero

You should send the project to your teacher before the 25th of January. 

Wednesday, 26 October 2016


4º ESO

Hello class! As you already know, we are going to start working on Tales of the Supernatural.

This is the schedule and the work you have to do on the book.

-  Thursday 27th October-   "The Signalman". We will do some activities in class.

-  Friday 4th November- "Ligeia". Discussion and class activities. We will start reading the story "The Upper Berth" in class.

- For Monday 14th November- SPEAKING CLASS. Be ready to speak about the topics on pages 48 and 58: Health and Travel.

PROJECT.    You will have to do the following activities and hand them to the teacher before the 24th of November. Please, do them wlhile you are reading the book in order to facilitate comprehension and do them properly.

1. Read the biographies of the authors on pages 6-8 and answer the questions on page 8.
2. Do the Internet project on page 48. Visit the web and write the title of the book in the search engine. Then, clic on "the project links" and answer the questions.
3. WRITING: Choose one of the topics on pages 68 (exercise 5) or 93 (exercise 4) to write a composition of about 100-150 words.
4. REDING COMPREHENSION: exercises 6 and 7 on page 68.