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Anne Frank by 4º ESO

After nearly two months without publishing any posts, we are back with this awesome work by students from 4º ESO B and 4º ESO C. As they say in English, all good things come to those who wait. During the … Continue reading

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Archena – Uddevalla Students’ exchange (1st part)

As part of our school’s student exchange with the Uddevalla Gymnasieskola Agneberg (Sweden), students and teachers from Uddevalla came to visit us from the 8th to the 16th of February. Among the activities planned for them, the Swedish group visited the Roman … Continue reading

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Literature and Music, why not?

Last term, students from 4º ESO read “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde as part of the project they are working on this year, which is called “Dark Sides” and which we have already published a few posts … Continue reading

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Dark Victorian London: Jack the Ripper.

Not all that glitters is gold. It is true that, during the 19th century, London became the world’s largest city and capital of the British Empire. London became richer and richer, but at the same it was also a city … Continue reading

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Reading the classics is NOT boring! “The Picture of Dorian Gray”, Oscar Wilde.

Who says reading the classics is boring? The way I see it, it all depends on how you present literature to your students. One more year, and I guess under my influence (I have been their teacher for 3 years now), … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugees

This year in 4º ESO we decided we were going to start the English classes not with the usual revision of Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, blablabla (boooooring!!!!), but talking about something which has been making us think how … Continue reading

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