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What can I do to make you love me? (The Corrs)

2 ESO A students are going to sing and draw the song "What can I do to make you love me?", by The Corrs (Project Celtic Countries) - The Corrs (number 16 on this list of best Celtic bands and artists)

Very soon on this blog!!!!!!!

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SOME MONOLOGUES - B1 Galician EEOOII

Click HERE and HERE

Monologue EATING OUT - HERE

Monologue A PLACE TO LIVE  - HERE

Monologue CHURCH/CIVIL WEDDINGS  - HERE

Monologue TYPES OF JOBS  - HERE

Monologue WAYS OF LEARNING - HERE

Monologue THE BEST CLIMATE - HERE

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LAZA ENTROIDO

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Click HERE to watch a video about this famous Carnival and then answer the following questions :

- Carnival takes place before................(Christian season of fasting)

-What are these days about?

- Peliqueiros run through the streets doing what?

- What is the origin of peliqueiros?

- Peliqueiros go from house to house doing what?

- What do townspeople burn?

- What does everybody arm themselves with during the "farrapada"?

- What is the Morena’s job?

- What do you need for the next battle?

- Do we know much about the origins of Laza traditions?

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KEY
- Lent -Partying- Whipping people- 16th century tax collectors- Eating and drinking people’s food- Hay and wood (to symbolize purification)- Muddy rags- To lift up women’s skirts with his horns- Dirt and ants- Their origins are obscure and predate Christianity

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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST IN GALICIAN LANGUAGE

 

The next musical which is going to be performed by IES Taboada Chivite students is Beauty and the Beast (Click HERE and HERE), translated into Galician, during the course 2018-19, but this course 2017-18 we will start working on it (Click HERE).

In fact, we have already translated almost all the songs into Galician language - HERE

Songs in English:

Belle : Audio - Lyrics

Be our Guest: Audio+video - Lyrics

Gaston: Audio + video - Lyrics

Something There: Audio + video - Lyrics

Tale as Old as Time: Audio+ video - Lyrics

The Mob Song: Audio and video - Lyrics

Belle Reprise: Audio + Lyrics

Gaston Reprise: Audio + video - Lyrics

Watch the last video above and answer the questions / fill in the blanks in the exercises HERE(page 1), HERE (page 2) and HERE (page 3) .

 

James Corden  ( click HERE, as well)is an English comedian who is the host of The Late, Late Show (broadcast by the CBS). One of the sections in the programme is Crosswalk the Musical. Scenes from famous musicals are performed on a pedestrian crossing while the traffic lights are red. This is their version of Beauty and the Beast, with the actors who play the Beast, Lefou and Gaston in the recent 2017 film.

HERE - Grease

HERE - The Lion King

HERE - Mary Poppins

HERE - The Phantom of the Opera

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Love is all around (Saint Valentine's Day)

Click HERE to do an exercise about Love is All Around by Kate78.

Love is also in the air in..... Beauty and the Beast. Click HERE. Exercise by Francoisblake - HERE. Song translated into Galician language - HERE.

And of course.... In OT!!!!!! (Let’s translate the winning song into English!). Click HERE, too. Tu Canción / Your Song - Video with subtitles in English HERE.

Vocabulary about love - BINGO CARDS

Words: ARROW - BALLOONS - BOW - CAKE - CARD - CHOCOLATES - CUPID - DATE - DOVES - FLOWERS - GIFT - HEART - HUG - KISS - LOVE - POEM - RINGS - ROSE - TEDDY BEAR


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What's the weather like?

All the activities - HERE

Vocabulary 1 - HERE

Vocabulary 2 - HERE

Vocabulary 3 - HERE

Listen to the weather forecast - HERE

More activities:

Flashcards HERE

What’s the weather like? (Drag the weather symbols) - HERE

Worksheets weather HERE

Listening Ali and the Magic carpet - HERE

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Mr Morton - Past Simple Song

Click here to do an activity.

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-ED pronunciation practice

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Click HERE, HERE,  HERE, HEREHERE,  HEREHERE , and clicknlearn.net (4 ESO - Intermediate, the -ed suffix)

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THE CUT (A documentary about female genital mutilation)

Exercise and key HERE

Thank you very much,  Miguel,  for sharing the link! 

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What does he/she look like?

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If you want to know how to describe a person’s physical appereance in English, click here.

Click herehere, here , here , here, here and here as well.

HERE - Vocabulary presentation (Thanks a lot!!!! Ana!)

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QUESTION TAGS

Issuu above or HERE.

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Infinitive and gerund

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Click HERE

Photo above - HERE, as well.

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Abbie's bullying story

Activities about the video above and transcript HERE

Say "no" to bullying : Click HERE

Writing about bullying - Click HERE

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COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY

Click HERE, too.

Gaming video HERE.

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That's English! - Advanced 2 - Module 11

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UNIT 1 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 2 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 3 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 4 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 5 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 6 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 7 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 8 - HERE or HERE

UNIT 9 - HERE or HERE

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REVISION OF VERB TENSES IN ENGLISH

Repaso de Los Tiempos Verbales1 by Esperanza Leandro Romero on Scribd

Click HERE and HERE

HERE - Verb tenses in El Tinglado Blog

HERE - Translate tenses into English. More translation activities - HERE

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Essay: What would you do if you didn't have access to your mobile phone?

Here  vocabulary and questions by www.cristinacabal.com

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What were you wearing? (Tracey Ullman's show) // Tea Consent

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Exercise about "What were you wearing?"(Fill in the gaps) HERE.

Seeing as we grow up in a world where people are far more inclined to warn young women not to put themselves in positions that might lead to assault than they are to tell young men not to commit the assaults in the first place, it is unsurprising that, despite the light that has been shed on it, the dialogue surrounding the handling of rape and sexual assault still has the unfortunate tendency to victim blame. And nothing quite sheds the light on how genuinely absurd it is like this BBC sketch about a man getting robbed, which serves as a fitting foil to the questions women are typically (and problematically) asked in the wake of reporting their own assaults.

The sketch, aired on Tracey Ullman’s Show, depicts a man in a police station, reporting his mugging to an officer played by Ullman herself. Visibly shaken, he starts to describe his account, when Ullman interrupts him: "And were you wearing what you’re wearing right now?" Rather than listening to his account, she goes on to tell him that the "provocative wealth" of his attire might have been "inviting" it. A bit later, when a counselor comes into the room, she asks if he was drinking. Together, both women conclude that he will have to take some of the responsibility for the mugging, particularly because he failed to scream or state that he didn’t enjoy the mugging as it was taking place.

Yes, it sounds ridiculous — because it is. But it’s also the reality that far too many women who report their sexual assaults face.

This isn’t the first time that sexual assault crimes have been compared to robberies to highlight the problematic way that they are handled. RAINN gathered the statistics, and found that out of 1000 rapes, only 310 are reported; out of 1000 robberies, 619 are reported. (Considering that victims are faced with questions like the ones highlighted in the sketch, and that the vast majority of assaults are committed by someone the victim knows, this disparity — while unsettling — is not very surprising.) Out of those 1000 incidents, 67 of the rapes will lead to an arrest and only six to an incarceration, whereas 167 of the robberies will lead to an arrest, and 22 to incarceration.

What these statistics highlight are the true root of the problem: society’s tendency to disbelieve and dismiss women. Approximately 90 percent of sexual assault incidents involve female victims, which is why the language surrounding sexual assault is often so problematically gendered, victim-blaming, and irrelevant to the actual crime at hand — all of which discourages victims from coming forward in the first place. According to RAINN, approximately two out of three incidents of sexual violence go unreported; of those who gave reasons for not reporting the crime, 13 percent said they "believed the police would not do anything to help," and two percent said they "believed the police could not do anything to help."

Given the unfortunate nature of these statistics, it is all the more important that platforms like this both give a platform to and help contextualize the problem to make people more aware of it — and hopefully, encourage people to support victims of sexual violence and treat incidents in the same manner other crimes are handled, rather than question them in the manner the sketch is parodying. 

By Emma Lord 

Exercise (Correct the mistakes) about "Tea Consent" HERE.

Finally: Can you translate the cartoon into English? 

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