Monday, April 18, 2016

SPEAKING PROJECT 5th year


SPEAKING: 5TH YEAR.


KEY STRUCTRES
PHONICS
KEY VOCABULARY
FNCTIONAL LANGUAGE
I THINK IT'S A...

IT'S GOT …

IT'S BEFORE/AFTER

YOU CAN...

THERE IS/ARE/ SOME/ANY/ ARE THERE ANY ? WHAT'S..?

PRESENT SIMPLE: I LIKE/ I DON'T LIKE/HE LIKES/ SHE DOESN'T LIKE/ DO YOU LIKE ?/ DOES SHE LIKE ?

PREPOSITIONS: ON AROUND, OVER, UNDER.
…BUT...

IT'S MADE OF...
THEY'RE MADE OF...

I'M GOING TO.../WE'RE NOT GOING TO.../ ARE WE GOING TO...?

WHERE/WHO/WHEN/WHAT/HOW...?

PAST TENSE VERB TO BE:
WAS/WERE/ THERE WAS / THERE WERE
HE WAS BORN IN...

PAST TENSE: SHE INVENTED …
SHE DIDN'T INVENT...
DID SHE INVENT …?

Sound /ee/: green,me,beach

Spelling /ar/ /er/ /or/: teacher, popiular, visitor

Spelling for /ie/: five, my, island, light

Spelling for /f/: fish, laugh, photo

Spelling for /ai/: rain, snake, day

Pronunciation of -ed endings in regular verbs: talked, lived, wanted
Alphabet, Ordinal numbers, IT activities.

Buildings in a city.
Routines and activities.

Living-nonliving things.
Life cycle

Materials, properties and Jewellery.

Equipment; landscape; countries;

Animals; body parts.

Inventions; vehicles, dates.
I DON'T KNOW.

I DON'T UNDERSTAND.

COME WITH US!

CAN I SIT HERE?

I THINK IT'S A...

LOOK! THERE'S A...

WHERE DOES THIS GO?

IT'S FULL.

PUT IT IN THE RECYCLING BIN.

THE TRAIN LEAVES FROM PLATFORM 4 AT FOUR OCLOCK.

WHAT TIME DOES IT LEAVE?

TICKET PLEASE!

HOW MUCH IS A SINGLE TICKET?

THERE WERE SOME...

IT WAS SO SCARY!

THE BEST OF ALL IS...
THAT WAS BRILLIANT.

IT'S A … FOR ME.
TURN IT ON/OFF/DOWN
HOW DOES IT WORK?
IT WORKS
IT DOESN'T WORK


Sunday, April 17, 2016

Speaking Project 6th year.

SPEAKING PROJECT. 6th year.

KEY STRUCTURES:
  • There Is/Are
  • Can
  • I've got/ He's/She's/It's got
  • Frecuency: always, etc.
  • Present Continuous: She's making a cake
  • How questions.
  • Should/Shouldn't.
  • Going to.
  • Every/Some/Any/ No-.
  • W- Questions.
  • Present: S third person in singular/Do/Don't/Does/Doesn't.
  • There Was/Were.
  • Past simple verb to Be.
  • Past Simple: Regular verbs -ed/ Irregular verbs (list)/ Did/Didn't.
  • Made of/in/
  • Comparatives and Superlatives.
  • Conditional: If you pass the test you will win a price.
  • Future: I will go to Madrid in summer.
  • Cardinal and ordinal numbers ( till 1.000.000)
  • Seasons, months, date and weather.
  • Alphabet
  • Adjectives (uses and position)
  • Ask permission.
  • Polite structures: Excuse me/ Sorry/ I wonder…/please/ thanks/ thank you...
  • You look…
  • Language for giving directiosns: turn/left/right/ go straight ahead
  • Why…? Because…

PHONICS
  • Vowels at the end.
  • -S

  • -SH
  • -C
  • -TION.
  • -URE.
  • -CH
  • -E
  • -EE
  • -OO
  • -H
  • -TH
  • ONE/ONCE
  • -AGE
  • -W
  • SHOULD/SHOULDN'T/ COULD/COULDN'T.

Monday, November 30, 2015

Great Thanksgiving Day at Los Morales School!




El pasado jueves celebramos por tercer año consecutivo la festividad de Thanksgiving Day en nuestro colegio. Para ello, contamos con diversas actividades: exposición de manualidades realizadas por el alumnado de primer y segundo ciclo sobre símbolos tradicionales de esta fiesta, la representación teatral por parte de los alumnos y alumnas de tercero en inglés y la presentación de esta festividad mediante un power point realizado y conducido por nuestro auxiliar lingüístico Michael, que además nos aclaró las similitudes y diferencias de esta celebración en USA y Canadá, de donde él es originario.

Al día siguiente, es decir, el viernes, seguimos con las celebración pues recibimos la visita de los alumnos/as de tercero de los colegios Salvador Allende y Rectora Adeláida de la Calle, que conforman la microrred de centros bilingües Teatinos-Puerto de la Torre (BILITRAMS) y dentro del calendario de actividades compartidas que hemos establecido para este curso escolar. Sin lugar a dudas, la experiencia resultó un éxito y los alumnos/as de todos los centros vivieron una jornada inolvidable de convivencia.



¡Ya estamos deseando repetir la experiencia! Happy Thanksgiving Day!


Thursday, November 26, 2015

Thanksgiving Day

In September 1620, a group of English people called the Pilgrim Fathers sailed from Plymouth, England across the Atlantic Ocean, in a ship called the Mayflower, to Cape Cod in North America. They went away from England because they did not agree with the religion in England. They wanted to make a new life in a new country.
They sailed for sixty-six dangerous days across the Atlantic Ocean. When they arrived, they called their new home New England, but they were not the first people to live there. The Wampanoag were the first people. Sometimes the Pilgrim Fathers fought with the Wampanoag, but they also learned a lot from them. The Wampanoag taught them to live from their new land, and to grow and cook new kinds of fruit and vegetables.
The first winter was difficult. Many of the Pilgrim Fathers died because it was very cold and they had little food. In the spring they started to grow food, with the help of some friendly Wampanoag, and in the autumn of 1621 they celebrated their first harvest. They gave thanks, not only for the harvest, but for their new home, new life and new friends.
thanksgiving dinner

Thanksgiving Day is the fourth Thursday in November. Canada is north of the USA, so the winter is longer and the harvest is earlier there. The date of Thanksgiving Day there is the second Monday in October. Most American and Canadian families still have a Thanksgiving Day dinner together. They have turkey and autumn vegetables, and then pumpkin pie.
In the USA, it is an important day for American football. Many people go to watch football or stay at home and watch it on television.

THANKSGIVING DAY

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Transylvania Hotel. Song The Zing 8you are my Zing)

Hotel Transylvania. Halloween Project