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    El gato con botas

    La actividad se ha llevado a cabo durante toda la semana.
    pib-2012-2El primer día se introduce el concepto de cine. Muchos han ido, así que se hace mas fácil que los demás lo entiendan porque lo explican ellos en español, y así lo repetimos todo nosotras en inglés y lo captan mejor. Se habla de que se ven peliculas, se comen palomitas, hay que estar en silencio, se compran tickets.
    El segundo día se vuelve a recordar todo y hablamos de las pelis que mas les gustaría ver en el cine de clase. Se apuntaron e hicimos una “votación” para elegir la peli que veríamos el viernes en el cine de clase. Ganó el gato con botas (Puss in boots). (más…)

    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

    tn_img_1097In november we went to the theatre to see “Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”. It was based on the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson.
    We had lots of fun as the play was made into a comedy that we could understand. We laughed a lot at the actors who sang funny songs and all the audience shouted out the answers to their questions. It was brilliant!

    Ana del Río Mullarkey, 6º B

    Shakespeare Pop Art

    Here are our Shakespeare pop art pictures. We studied the work of pop artist Andy Warhol and liked the way he reproduced his art by using prints.
    Because we study Shakespeare we decided to make him our subject. We worked in groups to decide the colours and techniques we could use with paint and wool as our materials.
    We are pleased with the result!


    My multicultural School

    Taking advantage of the Intercultural Week, the school was interested in somehow portraying the experience that students themselves can appreciate daily through their relationships with both teachers and students from other countries. Keeping this in mind, we organised an activity where students from 1 ESO could interview teachers from different origins to find out how they adapted to life in Spain and how their different origins influenced their new lifestyle in this country. Here are just a few examples of how successfully these interviews went.

    June, Our Australian Wonderwoman:

    By: Francisco Pérez, Alberto Matilla, Álvaro Herreruela, Álvaro Delgado, Manuel Ángel Gómez y Adrián Rivero.

    1) Why did you come to Spain?

    I came to Spain for love. I was in love with a Spanish man.

    2) Do you have any family in your country (Australia)?

    Yes, my mother, my brother, mi nieces all live in Australia.

    3) Are you happy living in Spain?

    Yes, I’m very happy.

    4) Do you like the Spanish people?

    I like everybody except the drivers; they are horrible.

    5) Are you used to the traditions of Spain?

    Yes, I like the holidays, the 12 grapes, etc.

    6) How long have you been living in Spain?

    Before cereals existed, in 1968.

    7) What do you like more, Australia or Spain?

    I like both countries the same.

    8) Do you like your boss? Why/Why not?

    Yes, I do because he’s very fair.

    9) How did you become a teacher?

    I became a teacher accidentally.

    10) Do you have any children? Can you tell us their names?

    Yes, I have. Their names are: Maria Elena, Alejandra, Luisa, Almudena, Carla and Luis (alias Luigi).

    11) Can you tell us a typical tradition of your country?

    The Saturday night fights. The boys fought all night for fun.

    12) Have you done any exciting things in your life?

    Yes, I’ve water-skied in shark infested waters

    13) How old were you when you had your first baby?

    I was 22 years old.

    14) Do you like your job? Why/Why not?

    Yes, I like it because the children are fun.

    15) What did you want to be when you were young?

    I wanted to be a famous artist, a Hollywood singer.

    16) What do you do in summer, do you stay here or do you go back to your country?

    I go back to Sydney.

    17) What did you do before you were a teacher?

    I worked as a receptionist, a secretary, a waitress, a model and a dancer.

    18) What grade did you get in selectivity?

    I passed but not with good marks.

    19) How long have you been teaching?

    Since 1976. In Brains I’ve been teaching since 2000.

    20) Do you miss your country?

    Yes, a lot.

    21) Where do you live?

    I live with my daughter in Boadilla del Monte (Majadahonda).

    22) What was your first memory?

    It was horrible; I was in a cold water bath tub.

    23) What kind of food do you eat in Australia?

    Seafood and Asian food.

    24) Who’s your favourite dancer?

    Beyoncé , Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson.

    25) Do you celebrate any Australian traditions in Spain? If you do, which traditions and how do you celebrate them?

    The 26th of January is Australia Day and I go down to the bar and play Trivial.

    26) Do you still have any childhood friends?

    No, but I still have a friend from my teenage years. She’s a dancer.

    27) If you could change anything in your life, what would you change?

    My hairstyle.

    28) What parts of the world have you visited?

    I’ve visited every part of the world except South America.

    29) What did you like most?

    I like Europe because I love history. I love Australia, too.

    30) What’s the best thing that has happened to you recently?

    I got an e-book for Christmas.

    31) What’s the best decision that you taken in your whole life?

    Coming to Spain.

    32) When are you going to retire?


    33) Tell us one job you wouldn`t like to do and tell us your reasons.

    Car saleswoman or a lawyer because I wouldn`t like to tell somebody that they have to be ten years in prison.


    1. How long do you spend every morning to put a smile on your face?
    In the moment I place my foot on the ground.
    2. What´s your favorite number?
    The number 9.
    3. Where are you from?
    4. When you first came to Spain, what were you surprised of?
    Everybody talked very loud and fast.
    5. What´s the most interesting thing that has ever happened to you?
    Travelling to Brazil and Europe.
    6. What are your hobbies?
    Cinema, theatre and singing.
    7. What´s your biggest dream?
    To travel around the world.
    8. Have you ever dreamt about going to a singing talent show?
    Yes, I´ve dreamt about going to X-factor.
    9. If you weren´t a teacher, what would you like to be?
    I´d like to be a theatre actress.
    10. Which famous actor, actress or model do you identify most with? Why?
    I identify with Julia Roberts because of her smile.
    11. What was the first song you heard in Spanish?
    I can´t remember its name, but I know it talked about princess, witches, wolves…
    12. Who´s your favorite singer?
    Brassens. I love them.
    13. What´s your favorite song?
    Moi Lolita.
    14. What´s your favorite city?
    My favorite city is Toulouse, France.
    15. What´s your favorite dish?
    La raclette.
    16. Do you know Chinese?
    No, I don´t
    17. What´s your favorite type of programme?
    Police programmes.
    18. What´s your horoscope? Do you identify with it?
    My horoscope is Gemini. I do identify with it because of the double personalities.
    19. What´s the animal you identify yourself with?
    The horse.
    20. Do you really like kids?
    Yes, a lot.
    21. What´s the most numbers of fails you´ve ever had?
    The highest number of fails has been 15 in a class of 20 students.
    22. What was the name of your primary school?
    23. When you were young, what was the name of your best friend?
    Her name was Maria.
    24. How old were you when you had your first boyfriend?
    At the age of 16.
    25. How long have you been putting on make up?
    Since I was 17.
    26. How much time do you spend putting it on?
    I spend about 20 minutes.
    27. Did you ever copy  during any exams when you were young?
    NO, Never.
    28. And to finish the interview, we asked her if she could sing her favorite song in Spanish. She said yes, and so now we know that she sings very well.

    Semana Intercultural

    La semana cultural de este año 2011 se celebró durante los días 21 a 24 de febrero. El tema en esta ocasión fue la Interculturalidad, cuyo objetivo era concienciar a nuestros alumnos de la diversidad y pluralidad que existe en el mundo. Y sobretodo, que no todos tenemos las mismas oportunidades a la hora no de vivir, sino de subsistir. (más…)

    Visita al Museo de la Ciudad

    En el museo nos enseñaron cómo era la ciudad de Madrid. Aprendimos cómo era en la época de las cavernas hasta cómo vivimos ahora. Allí había unas maquetas de la ciudad y también vimos las piedras que utilizaban los cavernícolas para hacer fuego. Nos enseñaron que España fue colonia romana y musulmana. Las casas romanas tenían parte noble y parte impura. En la parte noble estaban las habitaciones y el comedor. En la parte impura estaban el huerto y el establo, además de la cocina. Los esclavos lo hacían todo: preparar la comida, ordeñar y sacar a pastar a los animales y complacer a sus amos. También se puede saber que España perteneció a Roma por el monumento llamado La Cibeles, una titánida montada en un carro llevado por leones.

    Escrito por Hugo Arroyo Gutiérrez, Rubén Hernández y Carlos Belart Sáinz.


    Tutankhamun´s tomb

    We went to see a very realistic reproduction of  Tutankhamun´s tomb.
    It was hard to believe that all the treasures, sarcophagus, shrines, etc., were only replicas.
    The originals are in the Egyptian Museum. We really enjoyed the opportunity to look at something really special and unique.


    Visita al Museo Reina Sofía

    El Reina Sofía es un museo muy grande. Y es un gran museo (sic). Tiene cuadros impresionantes. Pablo Picasso era un gran pintor por sus habilidades artísticas. Pintó su primer cuadro y ya era muy impresionante para la edad que tenía. Era muy buen pintor y sus cuadros acabaron en el museo.
    Pablo Picasso inventó el cubiesmo,  y tuvo dos periodos: cuando su mejor amigo murió, el periodo azul; y cuando se enamoró, el periodo rosa. Cuando falleció tenía 92 años y su mejor cuadro y escultura fue el Guernica. Él iba a los museos a aprender de los cuadros que veía.

    Álex Araújo, Gonzalo Simón y Pedro Cruz, 3ºC

    Visit to Sorolla Museum

    How often do we have the opportunity to visit a famous painter’s house? Not so often. (más…)

    Picasso, a visit to the Reina Sofia Museum.

    Our idea of a picture varies from one person to another. Some of us only understand the pictures where we recognize the objects painted in them. (más…)

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