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Veintitres alumnos de 1º ESO han asistido a la representación tearal, el día 6 de noviembre, de "Aventura de Huckleberry Finn" de Mark Twain. 

La experiencia ha sido estupenda, porque además de asistir al teatro, también se ha podido dialogar con los actores al final de la representación, pues estaban en la salida para despedirse del público.

Queremos destacar el buen comportamiento y la asistencia de los alumnos a una actividad voluntaria y en domingo. Además, han estado acompañados por cuatro profesoras, a las que se les agradece su esfuerzo.

El Departamento de Lenguas considera esta experiencia muy satisfactoria para el aprendizaje de los alumnos y espera continuar con la misma.

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El pasado 18 de Junio de 2016 los alumnos de 4º ESO celebraron su graduación. Tras la eucaristía y el acto académico disfrutaron del siguiente PowerPoint con emotivos momentos de sus años en el colegio.

¡Enhorabuena a tod@s, disfrutadlo!

  

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El pasado 9 de Junio , los alumnos de Inglés Práctico de 4º B de la ESO, recibieron un certificado oficial de participación en el concurso "Shakespeare in London", organizado por la editorial Oxford University Press, en el que participaron unos 490 institutos de toda España y Andorra representando una obra teatral del dramaturgo inglés Shakespeare.

"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away"

During the 4th English Week our students had the chance to get along with William Shakespeare.

We took advantage of this moment since we celebrate 400 years after his death in order to amble along the streets of Stratford, past New Place and the main city of England as London is.

We worked on some of his plays, such as Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Much Ado about nothing, A midsummer Night’s Dream and Hamlet. We would need some months to study the British national poet but we hope our teenagers have gone back in time to Renaissance time just a week.

1. Shakespeare‘s biography and literature box

Main aims:

 - To know Shakespeare’s life and his plays
 - To build a creative literature box to show his 37 plays
 - To visit virtually Stratford-Upon Avon and The Globe
 - To participate in a puppet Show of Romeo and Juliet (A rap musical)
 - To perform some short scenes of Romeo and Juliet in Practical English. 

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2. Romeo and Juliet

 

3. Hamlet

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4. A midsummer night's Dream

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5. Macbeth

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6. Much Ado about Nothing

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7. Shakespeare's portrait competition

Main aim:

- To develop creativity, aesthetic enjoyment and recognition of the appearance of the playwright.

- To choose this representative portrait by means of a secret ballot. 

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8. Shakespeare's quotes

Main aims:

- To know and study the most famous quotes written by Shakespeare that have became widely spoken pearls of wisdom.

- To learn a lot of Shakespeare’s language that we use every day, for example, Break the ice. 

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9. Bookmarks

Main aims:

- Despite getting our students to read, to enjoy it too.

- They contain some famous Shakespeare’s quotes from different plays, such as Henry V and The King Lear.

- Our visitors could buy them at our charity market helping everybody “Misiones Salesianas” 

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10. Posters

Main aim:
- To work in a bilingual way to the playwright in literature subject. 

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11. Tea Time

Main aim:

- How to make and enjoy tea, the way of million of English do it every day. Impress your friends with a proper “cuppa” dunking some cookies. 

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12. Trip to Benidorm

Main aim:

- To carry out an activity of language immersion, interviewing native tourists about their knowledge of Shakespeare’s life and plays. 

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13. Quizzes 

Main aim:
- To research on the internet to complete the project “Trivia Quizz” about Will. 

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