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26.9.11

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European Day of Languages

26 September
European Day of Languages

"© Council of Europe, Strasbourg www.coe.int/EDL".

26 September 2011 marks the 10th anniversary of the European Day of Languages (EDL)
 celebrated at the Council of Europe and throughout its 47 member states.

23.9.11

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Let's sing!

Wake Me Up When September Ends
by Green Day

Click on the image to go to Lyricsgaps, listen to the song and fill in the gaps (beginner for 1ºESO, 2ºESO, intermediate for 3ºESO and 4ºESO)


Image from Lyricsgaps

22.9.11

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How to expand your vocabulary

VOCABULARY NOTEBOOK

You can download the following worksheets to keep a vocabulary notebook. It's a good idea to get an organised record of the new words you come across.

19.9.11

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School subjects

Image from Manythings.org

16.9.11

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First day of classes

Welcome back!
This year we are going to start lessons with a time capsule.

Time capsule: noun - a container holding historical records or objects representative of current culture that is deposited for preservation until discovery by some future age. (definition by Merrian-Webster)

Fill out the sheet and decorate it with your own design. Then, put the page in the Time Capsule Box. I will store it until the last day of school. Download the worksheet

4.9.11

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A lullaby

Brahms' Lullaby
Lullaby
noun \ˈlə-lə-ˌbī\   a soothing refrain; specifically: a song to quiet children or lull them to sleep (definition by Merrian-Webster)
Spanish  canción de cuna, nana

Johannes Brahms
German composer and pianist, and one of the leading musicians of the Romantic period.

Remember: double-click any word (lullaby, Brahms...) for more information.

---> Let's practice English and French with this song I dedicate to Ethan, my precious little boy.

1.9.11

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September exams

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Back to work!

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