BILINGUAL SECTION 2015-16

  • Poetry Time!

 

Students in the bilingual section have been working on different poetic forms like acrostics, haikus and limericks. Not only did they learn about how to use figurative language for literary purposes but some of them let creativity take the reins and came up with beautiful and imaginative poems.

Discover our poets below:

 

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Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: April 2016

 

  • Cultural Talk

 

Students in the bilingual section and some 1st Upper students attended a really interesting cultural talk about the United Kingdom offered by the Burlington Publishing. They learnt about the country's culture and costums. They took active part by answering questions and playing games.

 
  • EPIC BOASTS

After learning about Anglo-Saxon epic poems such as Beowulf, bilingual students in the 3rd Year brag about their skills in the following epic boasts.

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Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: February 2016

 

  • The Titanic

 

Students in the bilingual section have been working on the sinking of the Titanic along the second term. They have created oral prestentations about the fateful accident, news headlines, news articles, photo captions...which have all been displayed in the school walls. 

The icing on the cake was going to "Titanic, the Exhibition", where the students listened to the audio guides in English and got to learn even more about the story of the Titanic.

Below you can see a short selection of the different projects carried out.

 

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Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: February 2016

 

  • Thinking of you!

 

Thinking of their most admired people, students from 1st C and 1st F did their best on a project devoted to them. Congratulations to all the students for such a lovely job and to all those inspiring people!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: November 2015

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: November 2015

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: December 2016

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: November 2015

 

  • Literatury Genres

 

In a first approach to literature bilingual students have been identifying different literary genres and subgenres. They have done different genre activities individually, in pairs and in groups. They ended up creating book covers of different subgenres. You can see them work and their book covers below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Halloween 2015 at Galileo's

 

Our bilingual students have been working for a few weeks on different projects related to Halloween. They learnt about Halloween with the help of our assitant, Matt, then they created their own Halloween cards with Halloween messages, poems and wishes written by them. Finally, they got to write short sketches based on horror stories which they ended up performing at the library and for other 1st ESO students.

 

SCHOOL WALL MURAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: November 2015

 

HORROR STORIES PERFORMANCES

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Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: October 2015

 

  • Tree of Facts, Opinions and Beliefs

 

After studying the differences between facts, opinions and beliefs, both groups of bilingual students wrote their own statements on different colour leaves to create a beautiful automn tree with lots of original ideas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Mayte & Ana

Date: November 2015

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: October 2015

 

  • British and American Culture

 

The new bilingual students in 1st ESO spent the first two weeks in High School doing some research on different aspects of British and American Culture. Both classes worked together in groups and students presented their projects orally to the rest. A final poster with all the information was displayed in the school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Mayte

Date: September 2015

 

Group: BILINGUAL 1st ESO

Teacher: Mayte

Date: September 2015