lunes, 20 de noviembre de 2017
IN THE BILINGUAL SECTION.
SOTO-RADIO RETURNS FOR HALLOWEEN
We're back! And this time ... IN ENGLISH!
ALL A CHALLENGE FOR THE STUDENTS OF SIXTH LEVEL.
Today the program is about HALLOWEEN tradition .
they have started to investigate and work . They have learned many things and curiosities that they did not know !!
We prepared an interview and decided to invite Paul, our native teacher. In this way he has clarified many things to us.
The proposed goals to carry out this task have been:
- Cooperative work through a complicated research and organization of the radio program to get our final product.
- Put our pronunciation into practice in this language.
- To self-evaluate to improve our linguistic competence in English.
We let you enjoy this new program.
domingo, 5 de noviembre de 2017
As you know, every 31st October Halloween is celebrated in many countries. It is a traditional American and English festivity where it is typical to wear terrifying costumes, to decorate pumpkins and to tell scary stories.
Our bilingual section celebrates Halloween this year with many activities and games. Would you like to see it???
domingo, 22 de octubre de 2017
WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOL!
THEY ARE OUR NEW TEACHERS IN THE BILINGÜAL SECTION
HE IS PAUL AND SHE IS ANA
WE WISH YOU A LOT OF LUCK.
Hello, let me introduce myself. My name is Paul and I will be the Auxiliar de Conversación for this academic year. I am from the north west of England and live close to the cities of Manchester and Liverpool, in a town called Wigan. I have been teaching for the past twenty years and taught different age groups in different colleges and schools. I now live here in Jerez de los Caballeros with my wife Caty and daughter Lola, who is a student at this college. I look forward to meeting you and working with you all this year.
Over the next few weeks I will be working with the English department on Halloween and Guy Fawkes projects. This will give the students an insight into some typical English traditions, and allow them to talk with me about these topics and improve their use of the English language. Soon we will be celebrating Halloween with students and decorating our classrooms with scary things! so if you hear some scary noises please come in and say hello and you can play ‘trick or treat’ with us.
Trick or treat
o Trick or treat game in classroom
o Students visit other classrooms, knock on doors and play trick or treat (treats for correct answers to questions)
· Scary Halloween stories
· Halloween play
· Decorate the classroom with scary things
· How we spend Halloween in England – our traditions, an interview with the students
viernes, 7 de abril de 2017
sábado, 5 de noviembre de 2016
Let's welcome our new language assistant from the United Kingdom, this is her message for you:
My name is Vera and I am the English language assistant this year at Sotomayor y Terrazas. I was born in London and I grew up in a place called Essex which is just 30 minutes from the city! In England I am studying for a degree in Spanish at a university called Nottingham Trent.
In my free time I like to travel to different places and this year i would like to see the whole of Spain!
Welcome to the bilingual program, Vera.
lunes, 6 de junio de 2016
Last week, our auxiliary of conversation, Stephanie MacElroy, finished her work with our fifth and sixth graders. As you all know, the whole school was expecting her since October but some problems with her documents delayed her arrival. Finally, she was our Three Wise Men present for Christmas!
We have enjoyed ourselves enormously with our teacher from Colorado (U.S.A). She did not only teach us some cultural aspects of her country or helped us to improve our level of English but she also has planned wonderful and funny lessons for the pupils: she explained to us how Easter is celebrated in the United States; she introduced us to the wonderful plays of William Shakespeare (one of her favorite writers, by the way); we have learnt grammar by choosing the ingredients for a funny pizza or inventing the amusing story of a super hero…
Last Friday was a very moving day for the children who have been working with Stephanie during these last months. In the Meeting Room we thanked her for the labour she has carried out along the school year. A present, on behalf of the school, was given to her in order for Stephanie to have a fond memory of Jerez de los Caballeros.
It has been a pleasure and a privilege to work with you. Both students and teachers wish you all the best!!!
See you soon!!!