Graffities and progress

As the first task for our project “Moving forward with 3º ESO” students were asked to prepare presentations using graffities and explaining why those graffities meant or didn’t mean progress to them. They also presented their work orally to the class. They did a great job as you can see in the following presentations:

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Iván, Ricardo, Fran, José Ramón and Antonio

Iván, Ricardo, Fran, José Ramón and Antonio

Pablo F, Fran and Maksym

Pablo F, Fran and Maksym

José Juan, Clemente and Pedro Ayala

José Juan, Clemente and Pedro Ayala

Alejandro M, José Antonio, Carlos, Pedro Gabarrón and Pedro Serna

Alejandro M, José Antonio, Carlos, Pedro Gabarrón and Pedro Serna

Marina, Celia Campuzano, Raquel, Myriam, Melissa and Elvira

Marina, Celia Campuzano, Raquel, Myriam, Melissa and Elvira

Berta, Marta, Rocío and Vero

Berta, Marta, Rocío and Vero

Cecilia, Yaiza, Laura and Nerea

Cecilia, Yaiza, Laura and Nerea

Jesús, Ricardo, Jaime, Máximo, Alejandro García and José Ismael

Jesús, Ricardo, Jaime, Máximo, Alejandro García and José Ismael

Silvia, Ángela Solana, Mª Isabel, Mª José Buendía and Mª José Bermúdez

Silvia, Ángela Solana, Mª Isabel, Mª José Buendía and Mª José Bermúdez

Miguel

Miguel

Gabriel and Andrés (3C)

Gabriel and Andrés

 

 

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