This blog has been designed to provide information about the activities held at the social studies bilingual sections in CPI Tino Grandío (Guntín,Spain). The English language and Social Studies teachers have elaborated most of the resources you can see but our "auxiliares de conversa" also have their own page and posts. Therefore everyone is invited to have a look .

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Write an email to a friend

In this activity you are going to write an email to a friend telling him/her what people have told you since your last email. These are some of the things you have been told:
  • Your mother told you: "Don't arrive so late any more."
  • Your best friend said: "I want to travel to Madrid next week end."
  • The school director asked: "Are you going to go on a school trip with primary students?"
  • Your teacher said: "You have to study these contents this week."
Of course you can add more information in your email but include some of the ideas above.
Remember to include some of the following connectors:
  • first,
  • then /later (on) / next / after that
  • because / so
  • however / although
  • in spite of / despite
  • in my opinion
  • finally

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Today's eTwinning activities

GROUP 1: Strange Foods

  • Spanish members: Alba Vázquez, Antía Vázquez, José Ángel López, Patricia García
  • Activities: 
    • Presentation about strange foods: choose a slide and write about the most strange foods you've tried.
    • Choose a place in the MAP and write a text about a strange food you've tried there
  • Use the Group 1 Forum to communicate with the other students or write comments in the presentation (the comments will be deleted at the end)
  • Spanish members: Javier Pajón, Francisco Martínez, 
    • Activities: Presentation
    • Advice from Neringa, the teacher:
      • Create slides for:
        • People and their appearance in the future
        • Means of transport
        • Houses and buildings
        • Future schools
        • Forms of entertainment
      • You are welcome to write short descriptions, insert photos or your own drawings. Trust your imagination
      • Remember using Future Simple (will/ might+V) or Future Continuous (will +be+V-ing) or even Future Perfect (will+have+V-ed/ 3 form) in your slides to express yourselves. 

GROUP 4: Amusements in my hometown or neighbourhood.