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2016

Home reading programme

Here you will find some guides to help you read the different stories Click on the book to find the link  

Video de Egresados

We’ll miss you a lot!! Los vamos a estrañar!!  

Christmas time

Christmas is a holiday that celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ, a spiritual leader of the Christian faith, and believed by Christians to be the Son of God                                                          What is “THEME”? Theme: a unifying or dominant idea, motif, etc.,… Leer Más →

Photosynthesis

How do plants eat? Look at a picture and listen to the Photosynthesis song in order to work out the process and explain it.    

Plants

What do they need to survive??     Are they all the same? Why do you think they are different?? Why are they important?? Read the detailed information about plant parts. Then, play the following  games! Game 1 Game 2  

#WondersOfIndia

Functional language routine Talking about hypothetical situations What would you do if you went to India? What would you do if you were Indian?   Getting Ready Watch the following video which describes 5 wonderful things about India. Can you… Leer Más →

How words connect

Hypothetical situations What would you do if you went to India? What would you do if you were Indian?      List of words. Hinduism, spicy food, Sari, Bindi, Victoria Memorial, Holifestival, English, Muslim, Bollywood, Dotti, Bright colours, Taj Mahal,… Leer Más →

#wondersofargentina

We chose the 7 wonders of Argentina and we challenged other countries to do the same!! But, these are clues. Do you want to guess our choices?

GANDHI

  “The Untouchables” “Fasting” “Passive resistance” The Quit India Movement” “Father of the Nation” How are these concepts related to Gandhi? Give your opinion and after watching the video you will be ready to expand on your ideas.

Main types of habitat loss

Read about different types of habitat loss. http://www.everythingconnects.org/main-types-of-habitat-loss.html Sts create an infography which shows Destruction, degradation and fragmentation.

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