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 .

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


    1. At 13:45 go to the chatroom and communicate with the students from Ukraine and, maybe, Poland. The Lithuanian students cannot participate today. Speak about the project, what you have done, what you liked, what you didn't like, etc.
    2. Use your eTwinning user and password.
    1. Let's take some photos with Reid
    2. let's continue with our eTwinning activities as last week:
GROUP 1: SMS Language
  • (led by Barbara N'Sir/Spanish students Carla Fernández, Sandra Núñez/Xacob Yáñez)
  • Message from Barbara: Thank you for the work on the sms-language task. Now I’d like to summarize our job in an unusual way and to create some visual materials using some free internet applications like Popplet or Text2Mind Map.
  • You or your teachers can use a very simple application Text2MindMap - it doesn’t require registration – it’s very easy to use, you have to only copy the words, paste them into the window on the left and click: Draw mind map.
  • The second tool I’d like you will try is the Popplet: - it requires registration and 5 popplets are free. It’s a very simple tool. I’ll send you the link to the instruction in English:
  • You can see examples on a Page (SMS language ) and subpages (Gathering information- Popplet and Text2MindMap).

GROUP 2: Survey on mobile phones
  • (led by Ana Arias/Spanish students Francisco Martínez/Javier Pajón)
  • Check the data in the form and then complete the presentation with graphs and comments about the information given. Try one graph per slide and one comment summarizing the results. They can be global (including people from all four countries), specific to a country, comparing the same aspect in all four countries, or comparing teachers to students.
  • Summary of data
  • Data in the spreadsheet
GROUP 3 : History of Mobile phones
  • (led by Neringa Lemeziene/Spanish students Josefina Feito/Jennifer Vázquez)
  • Message from Neringa: I appreciate your work on the slides about the history of mobile phones. Some of you have also shared some information and a photo of your first mobile phone. 
  • Now, a new challenge is waiting for you. Why don't we create avatars? Go to and create a speaking creature which will say everything you write about your first mobile phone. When you do this, send the address of your avatar to your teacher. 
  • Here is my avatar. Have a look and you will understand what I mean. 
GROUP 4: Phones of the future
  • (led by Halyna Mohylyak/Spanish students Antía Cabanas/Daniel Rodríguez/Lucía Villar)
  • Teacher Halyna said she would like to start a blog for the project. Why don't you start it and then make her administrator of the blog? Be creative and start a good blog where we might upload all our materials and results.
  • Lucía, make Antía and Daniel administrators of the blog and then improve it, make changes and give information about whatever you think is relevant.

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