Monthly Archives: May 2018

May 31 st

Today we started the new unit Natural disasters. Then we watched a video about how to be prepared in cause of a natural disasters, we commented on the new vocabulary and we did a true or false exercise.

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My lending library

Kidnap! This story is about a man called Tom. He was an artist and he was working on a comic strip. Tom went to the shop in the bookstore to drink some coffee and to find ideas for his comic. … Continue reading

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The Secret Tunnel by Cande

Here is my lending library

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The monkey’s paw by Jaime

jaime lending library

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I spy

This is my lending library.

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May, 18th

Today we had Mary’s oral presentation about Nelson Mandela. After that: Reading Time! we read our lending library books and as we had brought our devices from home, we started working on our lending library activities.

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My Lending Library

Made with Storyboard That

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May,17th

WE READ THE BREAKFAST QUEST FROM THE OXFORD DISCOVER. WE DID A READING COMPREHENSION ABOUT THE STORY AND A LISTENING COMPREHENSION. FINALLY WE WORKED ON THE VOCABULARY OFTHE STORY.

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16/5

First we saw the video of the oxford discover thenw we go to the break. when we came back from break we do some excersise from the oxford after that we read a new story called the breakfast quest

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Nico’s Oral Presentation

We had Nico’s oral presentation about Mahatma Gandhi and after that, we watched a short video in youtube to learn a bit more about Gandhi’s life and his important achievements for India. Well done, Nico!!  

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