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Our blog is growing, Ivan, your new Science teacher has joined in.

Today,  in the blog, Emili showed you how to use Google to get a street view of the streets of Palma. In the meantime,  in Science lessons you are investigating the world you live in  from a different perspective, studying the  layers of the Earth. Imagine you are travelling to the very centre of the earth, what would you find? How do we know what the earth is made of?

On Thursday we’ll work with these two pages. They are materials published by Oxford University Press to introduce science concepts in English . Next year you will study Science in English, so it is about time to start. Have a look at these two pages before Thursday.

We want to be environmental friendly and reduce the amount of paper we use, so we are not going to give you photocopies of this unit. We’ll be working in the computer room, so you will have the screen in front of you. You will also be able to use on line dictionaries. Remember to bring a set of headphones to listen to audio materials.

Can you think of any famous volcano?

When was the last earthquake you heard of?

In this excellent website from a British school, Woodlands Junior High School, you will find information about volcanos.

Explore the site:

Your English teachers are  not  experts on volcano eruptions but they like very much to sing along, so we have looked for a nice song for you.

Good pronunciation practice!

For those of you who want to do a bit of extra work let’s see if you can copy the lyrics… it’s optional.. but if you do it post it to the blog.

Ingles Tierra1

Ingles Tierra2


10 Novembre 2009 Posted by | música, Science, video activity | , , | 28 comentaris