Tag Archives: Literature

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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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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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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2nd Cultural Week at IES Vicente Medina

Hi everybody The last week in May we celebrated the 2nd Cultural Week at our IES, where the main topic was “El Progreso”. My students in 1º ESO C and 3º ESO B/C contributed with their hard and awesome work, … 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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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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Oh Romeo Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo?

Montagues, Capulets, Ortegas, Solanas, Canos, Abads,…? What’s in a name? Love, hate, rivalry, friendship, jealousy, revenge?   “Romeo and Juliet” is the story of an impossible love because of the hate between two families, the Montagues (Romeo’s family) and the … Continue reading

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