BILINGUAL SECTION

2018-19

  • Bored with the same old dishes?

 

Students in 1stth Year bilingual section created this recipe book for you in case you want to cook and try a new dish .

Enjoy your meal!

 

Group: 1st E

Teachers: Mayte

Date: May 2019

  • Video Trailers

 

Students in 2nd Year bilingual section have created these video trailers based on the compulsory reading for the "Number the Stars". It is enthralling to witness how much kids can accomplish if you give them the chance to let their creativity run free.

 
  • Invisible Women in History

 

Students in 4th Year bilingual section did extensive research on women that had an impact somehow on their fields on in society but were not widely credited for it.

They came up with these amazing digital products on them to present to their classmates and to you:

 

Group: 2nd D

Teachers: Ana

Date: March 2019

Group: 4th BF

Teachers: Ana

Date: February 2019

  • WWII ILLEGAL NEWSPAPERS

 

After reading Number the Stars by Lois Lowry, students in the 2nd Year bilingual section have produced several creative activities based on the historical context which provides the setting for the book.

In this post, we present newspapers written in groups from the point of view of  the Danish Resistanc Enjoy a job well done!

 

Group: 2nd D

Teachers: Ana

Date: February 2019

  • Travel Websites

 

Students in 2nd Year bilingual section searched information on the Internet about fascinating travel destinations of their choice to end up creating travel websites on their own.

So, if you're thinking about your next destination abroad, I would have a look at their websites where you will find cultural as well as practical information.

 

Group: 2nd D

Teachers: Ana

Date: December 2018

 
  • "All Summer in a Day"by Ray Bradbury

 

Students in 4th Year bilingual section carried out a deep analysis of this science fiction short story. They have been working in groups for several weeks to come up with this beautiful Prezi, which was used as visual support for their oral presentations.

Group: 4th BF

Teachers: Ana

Date: December 2018

  • Global Classrooms "Mock Conference"

 

After months of hard work, doing research, reading, paraphrasing, writing and debating on the topic assigned by Consejería de Madrid for the Global Classroom project, "Combating Gender Violence", we held our first "Mock Conference" in IES Galileo Galilei on December 14.

All the teachers and our assistants, Tami and Lily, couldn't be prouder of our students' outstanding performance. We are all looking forward to our next mock conference with our neighbouring high school on January 11th in preparation for January 24th Global Classroom Conference in Madrid.

Enjoy the pictures!

 

Group: 3rd EF

Teachers: Óscar, Raquel, Eva

Date: December 2018

 
  • The French Revolution

 

 

Students in the 4th Year give us their own version of the French Revolution and other related events in the following videos: 

 

Group: 4th BF - History

Teacher: Mª Ángeles

Date: December 2018

 
  • Sherlock Stories

After a whole lesson on crime where students in 2nd ESO solved some mysteries, wrote news reports on crime, and learnt abour Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, they ended up reading short stories in groups and creating presentations to deliver their stories orally to the class. Here you have their smart visual supports:

Group: 2nd D

Teacher: Ana

Date: November 2018

  • Recharge Your Batteries

Some students in 4th ESO have been lucky to take part in a European project called "Raw Matters". The English and Physics Departments worked together and they came up with this amazing video which they presented in the  science fair in Bolonia:

 

Group: 4th

Teacher: Ana & Esther

Date: November 2018

  • Recipes

Our 1st Year students have been practising describing processes and what better process than cooking a recipe?  Watch the following video and enjoy...yummy!

 
  • Descriptive Writings

 
Ready to play?

 

Our 1st Year students let their imagination fly and wrote these lovely stories for you. Read them, guess where they were and have fun.

Group: 1st ESO C/E

Teacher: Raquel

Date: November 2018

 

Group: 1st ESO E

Teacher: Mayte

Date: November 2018

 
  • News reports

 

Bilingual students in 2nd ESO have been working on different activities and projects about crime: they have become familiar with new vocabulary, they have discussed and argued about different penalties for different crimes, they learnt about a horrendous crime in US, the Emmett Till case, they put all the pieces together to solve a mystery, they shared current crime news with the class and they created their own news reports following the structure of a news article in groups.

Group: 2nd ESO D

Teacher: Ana

Date: November 2018

  • "I am..." poems

 

Bilingual students in 2nd ESO started the new school year writing "I am..." poems where they let their imagination run wild and shared a little part of themselves with the rest of us. I think they did a pretty good job out of it! See by yourselves!

 

Group: 2nd ESO D

Teacher: Ana

Date: October 2018

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