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Laura on Katherine

Her name is Katherine,she has got two brothers, she likes music and not very much sport.
She lives in Palma,she is  from Ecuador,her favorite shops are Breska and Stradivarius.
Her favorite food is pizza,her brithay is 9th Septembr.she hasn’t  got a boyfiend.
her email isXXXXXXXXXX.

Katherine is  honest and a very nervous person. She likes basket, she likes pop music and music in English.
Her best group is “Panic! . ” She loves drawing, she has three best friends. They  are Margalida,Nuria and Laura.
Her favorite subjets are maths and technology.She doesn’t do  sport, her favorite colour is red.

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4 Octubre 2009 Posted by | treballs | 2 comentaris

Jilin on Alba and on the Lion’s cage

ALBA MAYANS
My teacher name’s Alba Mayans.She is fifteen years old.She was born in Palma.Her birthday is the 8th of November .She has an older sister and a dog.She likes sports and her favourite sport is basketball.Her favourite subject is English.I would like to do more joint activities.


THE CIRCUS:THE LION’S CAGE

Chaplin entered in a cage.When he turned his head ,saw a lion who was sleeping and was very scared and wanted to escape but the door of the cage was closed.He asked help to a woman who went next to the cage.She was fainted when saw him .Chaplin poured water to wake him up.The woman woke up and the lion also.The lion did not gave much importance and went to sleep again.The woman opened the door of the cage and Chaplin went out quickly.

4 Octubre 2009 Posted by | treballs | 1 comentari

Sara on Simona and on the Circus

TEACHERS OF 4ºESO

SIMONA GEORGIEVA:

She was born in Bulgaria on 21st of February in 1994. She is 15 years old and hasn’t got any brothers or sisters. Her favourite subject is English and her favourite shop is Bershka. She has got a boyfriend. Her messenger is XXXXXXXXXXXX.

THE CIRCUS:THE LION’S CAGE

Chaplin was in the cage with a lion. He was scared.A woman appeared  and fainted. The lion got up but returned to sleep. Finally the woman got up and opened the door.

PUNCTUATION

  1. I enjoyed the activity 5
  2. I learnt a lot 5
  3. I liked my new teachers 5
  4. I communicated in English most of the time 5
  5. They spoke good English 5
  6. They know much more English than me 5
  7. I learnt new things  and vocabulary to talk about Chaplin’s films 5
  8. I learnt new things about my teachers’ biography 5
  9. I found out interesting facts about their  lives 5
  10. I t was the first time I met them 5
  11. I would like to talk to them again 5
  12. I would like to do more joint activities 5

five (5)= I totally agree

One (1) =I totally disagree

4 Octubre 2009 Posted by | treballs | 1 comentari

Tongue twisters

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Tongue twisters

a word or sequence of words difficult to pronounce, especially rapidly, because of alliteration or a slight variation of consonant sounds. “She sells seashells by the seashore

There are tongue twisters in every language

  • She sells seashells by the seashore.

  • La pícara pájara pica la típica jícara; a la típica jícara, pica la pícara pájara.

  • Vaig al bosc i busco vesc i visc del vesc que busco al bosc.

Look for 3 more examples of tongue twisters in these web pages:

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/8136/tonguetwisters.html

http://www.uebersetzung.at/twister/index.htm

Write them in your notebook and learn them by heart. Look for some images to illustrate them.You can also make drawings yourself. We’ll publish the nicest ones.

Phonetics and pronunciation practicePronun1

We are learning to pronounce English sounds that are a bit difficult for us. Tongue twisters are a fun way to learn!

Try the following tongue twister where you will find sounds we practised during English lessons:

/ ʌ / / æ /     /ɛə/


A big black bug bit a big black bear and made the big

black bear bleed blood


black bug     /blæk b ʌ g/2221167

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blood: /blʌd/

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black bear

/b læk bɛər/

4 Octubre 2009 Posted by | exercicis, lenguas, vocabulari | 3 comentaris

How to organise information in your notebook: Guidelines for Catalan, Spanish and English lessons (2)

notes

  1. Write the date at the top of the page
  2. Start writing in a new page every day
  3. Use both sides of the sheet of paper
  4. Write neatly
  5. Try to use reasonable size handwriting
  6. Don’t be sloppy
  7. Do not use colours for writing
  8. Do not decorate your notes with drawings
  9. You can use highlihters for headings
  10. Use only black or blue pens
  11. Leave red for corrections
  12. Write a heading or a title for each activity
  13. Leave some space between different activities
  14. Leave margins to do revision or to add new information
  15. Repeat the same labels in your notes: vocabulary, dictation, reading, phonetics, spelling, literature, debates.

4 Octubre 2009 Posted by | normes i acords | 2 comentaris

Note taking and Notebook guidelines for Catalan, Spanish and English lessons (1)

Things you need to take notes


notes
  • Use D4 punched hole sheets
  • You can buy packets
  • or a hard cover spiral notebook of punched hole sheets

RED33001_1_1ocford_pad_200 punched hole D4 sheets or Spiral notebook of D4-punched hole sheets

  • Use punched holes plastic pockets to keep the handouts the teachers give you, the homework you have to hand in or the homework the teacher gives you back .
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Punched hole plastic pockets


  • Use a binder to keep your notes, handouts and works39186157P11404384
  • Use colour dividers to separate the different subjecs
CRD84019_1_1 Dividers to organise subjects in your binder:

  • One for Spanish
  • One for Catalan
  • One for English

4 Octubre 2009 Posted by | normes i acords | Deixa un comentari

Saying: last week it rained cats and dogs

Bernat is worried about the whispering ………………shshshshs……sound that comes from his

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and from the the drain is just for rainof the city.

I’m also intrigued.  Last week was a wet one.

In Palma it does not usually rain so much.

In English, when it rains very heavily they say:

It’s raining cats and dogs!”

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Can you think of any other sayings in Catalan and Spanish meaning  heavy rain?

4 Octubre 2009 Posted by | lenguas, vocabulari | 4 comentaris