Category Archives: Non bilingual

Immigration in New York and immigration in Europe.

During the first term, students from 2º Bachillerato C have been reading about the first immigrants to arrive in New York at the beginning of the 20th century. They have been doing some research on Ellis Island and trying to understand … Continue reading

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¡Somos noticia!

Welcome back! What could be better than to start this new academic year with some great news. Our project “Moving forward with 3º ESO” has been published in the online educational magazine “Revista Educación 3.0“. We saw the previous year off … Continue reading

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Saving the best ’til last!

Another year bites the dust! It has been a good one and what better way to finish than a trip to London with students from 3ºB and 3ºC: Not only that, our project “Moving forward with 3ºESO” has been granted the “Sello Buena … Continue reading

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Dracula

Students from 3º ESO B/C have been reading Dracula and working on it in two different ways. On the one hand, 3º B have been working on a task to show the difference between Victorian women and women nowadays. On … Continue reading

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Yummy yummy in my tummy!

When we think about British food, we tend to think about fatty junk food, but there is much more to it and in recent times healthy food is becoming increasingly popular. As part of their project “The perfect Brit“, students … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet 4 centuries later

No doubt “Romeo and Juliet” would have been a completely different story if it had been written nowadays. In 3º ESO students have tried to reflect how much things have changed since the 16th century, especially and luckily for women, … Continue reading

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In the city and round the world!

  Music has been an important part of our subject this term, so I thought it would be nice to start this post with a track by The Jam, one of the most emblematic British bands from the 70s. Why … Continue reading

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