Archivos para abril, 2014

Biomes webquest worksheet

Publicado: abril 27, 2014 en Primero de ESO
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WORLD BIOMES

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Anuncios

Weather forecast

Publicado: abril 27, 2014 en Primero de ESO
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Interesting links about weather forecast, with listenings and worksheets.

(From LearnEnglishTeens.BritishCouncil.Org)

Video

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Interactive activities…

(From BBC.CO.UK)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/whatisweather/aboutweather/still_versions/alternative_version.shtml

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/whatisweather/weatherandpeople/housing/index.shtml

HURRICANE KATRINA

Publicado: abril 26, 2014 en Primero de ESO
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I need help to complete my newspaper…

 

Click and download your newspaper!

MEDINA AZAHARA NEWS

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Asterix

 

Fill in the speech bubble.

You have the contents on the 72nd page of the book.

 

Let´s participate in this Olympic activity!

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Are you a weather woman/man?

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a)      What is a barometer?

b)      What are the isobars?

c)       What do you think L and H on the weather map mean?

d)      What kind of weather does low pressure normally bring?

e)      What kind of weather does high pressure normally bring?

f)       What´s the weather like in United Kingdom? And in Cádiz?

g)      Find a weather map of your country today. You can click on this link http://www.aemet.es/es/portada. Write five sentences using some of these keywords:

keywords

h)    What´s the weather like in Córdoba today?

 

 

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Activities Unit 7

 

 

LEARNING LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE COORDINATES OF A POINT

 

Based on Battleship game.

 

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The goal is to learn the difference between longitude and latitude.

 

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Steps.

  1. Give a map to the students.
  2. They have to play in pairs. They have to hide their map to his/her partner.
  3. They must place five game pieces ( They can cut fiver small papers with a 5 cents coin size) on the map, on five different cities.
  4. Player A must say to Player B coordinates at random (For example: 41 degrees North, 4 degrees West). If the coordinates are right (Player B has a game piece on these coordinates), Player B must say hit. If the coordinates are wrong Player B must say land.
  5. The goal is to guess where all the game pieces are.

 

Learning to orient, to say the coordinates correctly in English and to understand concepts such as longitude and latitude. These are our didactic purposes.

Interactive activity.

A roll game based on the History of Athens and Sparta…

Steps:

1st You have to give each student a card with this information:

Cards

2nd  Students must know which social class you are talking about…

3rd Students should hide their cards to their partners… they can work in pairs or small groups.

4th They must answer the questions of their partners.

Examples of questions:

– What do you do?

– Do you go to school?

-Do you practice sports?

– Are you a citizen?

– Do you stay at home?

– Are you important in your society?

5th The goal is to discover who are they talking to…  a soldier… a man from Athens… a slave… a helot… a Spartan boy…

 

It is a great way to learn more about Greece, and an interactive activity to practise English!