BILINGUAL SECTION 2016-17

  • Getting to know each other

 Our bilingual 1st year students of ESO have gotten off to a good start! In their classes, they have devised, rehearsed and finally performed a TV-like series of interviews which have made them get to know each other better. They have fully enjoyed it, and we may have discovered some future journalists, sportsmen and sportswomen, and even Youtube stars.

Group: 1st ESO D/E

Teacher: Eva

Date: September 2016

 

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: November 2016

  • King Arthur & Robin Hood Projects

 Our 2nd year bilingual students have read two well-known legends in British literature this term: King Arthur and Robin Hood. They've been working in groups on different aspects of the stories: Theme, Setting, Plot, Characters, Conflict and Vocabulary. 

They created their own comic strips on Storyboardthat and they used Google Drive and Google Presentations to work collaboratively. The final results can be seen in the slideshows below, which they used to illustrate their oral presentations.

KING ARTHUR
ROBIN HOOD
 
  • Travel Blogs

 Thinking of your next trip abroad? If so, don't miss the travel blogs created by our 2nd year bilingual students about fascinating places all over the world. You'll find cultural as well as practical information for your next destination.

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: December 2016

VERONA

VERONA

by Salma and Andrea

RICHMOND

RICHMOND

By Iris and Sara

SLOVENIA

SLOVENIA

By Daniel and Martin

ATUTAKI

ATUTAKI

By Blanca and Claudia

OSAKA

OSAKA

By Clara and Gea

TOKYO

TOKYO

By Lucian and Alex

NEW ZEALAND

NEW ZEALAND

By Sara and Carla

AMSTERDAM

AMSTERDAM

By Laura Merino

HAWAII

HAWAII

By Rocio and Marta

TORONTO

TORONTO

By Sofía and Usu

PARIS

PARIS

By Lucia and Laura

OPORTO

OPORTO

By Lara and Estela

LIMA

LIMA

By Lucia and Nuria

 
  • Movie Trailers

 After reading the original novel by Lois Lowry, "Number the Stars", students in 2nd ESO bilingual section have designed impressive movie trailers as if the book was going to be made into a film. They used adobespark to create the videos. 

It's been an engaging activity that has let students run their imagination wild.

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: February 2017

 

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: January 2017

  • Fake Tweet News

Students in 2nd ESO bilingual section have written news articles based on Fake Tweets previously suggested. They had to reflect on the use of the passive voice and put it into practice in their news reports. Check out the imagination shown by kids.

 
  • Scotland Presentations

 In preparation for the Edinburgh immersion trip students in the bilingual section have prepared slideshows on different aspects of Scotland: history, geography, customs, the Old Town, the New Town. Later, they went through other groups to present their slideshows and play a Kahoot on the information they gave.

Below you can see some of their presentations. 

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: March 2017

 

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: May 2017

  • Fables

 Students in the 2nd year of the bilingual section have created their own fables in pairs. They found inspiration in Aesops' fables that they read and analysed in class. Here you have the book created to compilate all their creations. Good job, everyone!

 
  • Macbeth

 After reading the play "Macbeth" by Shakespeare, students in the 2nd year of the bilingual section have written speeches on behalf of Malcom to convince the English army to come and fight with him to kill Macbeth and get the throne of Scotland back.  They did a pretty amazing job!

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: May 2017

 

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: June 2017

  • "Where I am from"

 We have said goodbye to the school year with poetry!

As you can see below when it comes to feelings, everybody can give free rein to their creativity and their deepest emotions and memories pop up.

Beautiful job, kids! You have excelled yourselves!

 

Group: 2nd ESO A/D

Teacher: Ana & Mayte

Date: June 2017

  • Macbeth

The icing on the cake for all the year's hard work in the bilingual section has been the performance of Macbeth. Every single student in the bilingual section got their part and went on stage to perform the play they read during the third term.

It was hard to make it work with so many "actors and actresses" on stage but it turned out to be a hit! 

Well done, kids, once again!

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