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Lemon Tree by 1 ESO D

"Lemon Tree" sung by 1st Year ESO - D students (IES Taboada Chivite)- English Teacher: Maite González.

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ACI ONLINE ACTIVITIES

Click HERE (Illustrated vocabulary sheets - In the water/ Sports / Jobs / Animals / Fruit and Vegetables - with audio files)

Click HERE ( Family / School / Friends / Classroom / Body / Pets)

Click HERE (More vocabulary)

Click HERE and HERE (More vocabulary - Crocodile Game and Pirate Game)

Click HERE ( The Time)

Click HERE (A Birthday Party)

Click HERE (Verb TO BE)

Click HERE (Verb HAVE GOT)

Click HERE ( A/ AN)

Click HERE ( This / That)

Action verbs above.

 

 

 

 

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TIPS FOR SPEAKING TESTS EEOOII

Click HERE (Tips)

Useful expressions for dialogues HERE 

Tips for monologues HERE.

Examples of monologues and dialogues HERE

Sample tests HERE

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Celta Vigo v Deportivo: the Galician derby, where rival fans sing together

From: https://www.theguardian.com/football/copa90/2018/mar/23/celta-vigo-deportivo-coruna-galicia-derby-football-liga

Sometimes it can feel as if the only Spanish fixture the wider world really cares about is el Clásico but, in a land where regional identity is fierce and football is king, there are big derbies scattered throughout the country. With that in mind, we set sail for Spain for the fourth series of Derby Days to uncover cultures, stories and rivalries that make up a side of Spanish football you may not have seen before. First up was Celta Vigo v Deportivo La Coruña: two clubs from port cities in the weather-battered north-west.

These two groups of supporters are united by their Galician heritage and language, but divided by football. When Deportivo and Celta meet the two sets of fans sing the Galician anthem together and then descend back into insults. This rivalry is both fraternal and ferocious. Estrella Galicia sponsor both clubs’ shirts so neither group of fans boycotts their beer.

The cities of Vigo and A Coruña may look similar to the outsider but they both have fierce local pride. As the saying goes: “Mientras Vigo trabaja, Coruña relaja.” (“While Vigo works, Coruña relaxes.”) The former city prides itself on industry and fishing, while the latter enjoys a reputation as a cultural hub of food and fashion. But, above all, both consider themselves as Galician first and foremost – defined by the sea, the rain (320 days a year on average) and a sense of otherness a long way from any Spanish stereotypes.

All of these differences are brought together in the Galician derby, the biannual fight for dominance. Football is an obsession here. As one fan put it to us: “In the music, there’s football. There’s football in the sea. In death, there is also football.” The players understand this obsession too as a lot of them are locals. Celta’s top scorer this season, Iago Aspas, is a Galician boy who grew up at the club and Deportivo’s best chance of a goal, Lucas Pérez, was born in A Coruña. They get that this is a unique derby.

Click HERE to do a listening comprehension activity (First three minutes of the video)

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Storybirds

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Some years ago, my 4th year ESO students and I created "Storybirds" on Saint Valentine’s day. Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE to have a look at some of them. During their last two classes 2nd ESO A (Sección Bilingüe) students are also going to try to create their own "storybird" about a family of HEDGEHOGS (Click HERE). Soon on this blog.

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Farewell, 2nd BAC B and C!!!!!!

Bye bye, 2nd Bac B and C. I'll miss you!!!!

Good luck!!!!!!!!!

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"The Rattlin' Bog" (By 2nd Bach. B and 2nd ESO A)

2nd Bach B and 2nd ESO A students have learnt and sung the traditional folk song from Ireland " The Rattlin’ Bog" - Click HERE ( Activity - Part of the "Celtic Nations - Cultural week" -Click HERE )

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PROJECT CELTIC NATIONS

Project "Celtic Nations", by almost all the students at IES Taboada Chivite. They learned about history, folkore, symbols, legends... from Celtic Nations.

Click HERE, HERE ,  HERE, and HERE, as well.

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SOIRIDH - 2 ESO C

2 ESO C Students have learnt and sung the traditional folk song "Soiridh". (Part of the project "Celtic nations"( leaflet by Ana Iria García) - Click HEREHERE and HERE.)

More information about The Celts and Celtic nations HERE HERE and HERE.

By the way.... Can you identify a mistake...?Guiño

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THE RATTLIN' BOG

"The Rattlin’ Bog" is an Irish folk song. It is a cumulative song. Since it is a folk song, it has been transmitted over generations orally and aurally so many versions coexist. During a performance, it is typical for the song to increase in speed with each additional verse, almost as a challenge to determine who can sing the lyrics the fastest without getting mixed up.

Ho, ro, the rattlin’ bog,
The bog down in the valley-o.
Ho, ro, the rattlin’ bog,
The bog down in the valley-o.

Now in that bog there was a ........,
A rare .........and a rattlin’ .........,
And the ..........in the bog,
And the bog down in the valley-o.

Ho, ro, the rattlin’ bog,
The bog down in the valley-o.
Ho, ro, the rattlin’ bog,
The bog down in the valley-o.

Now on that ........there was a ........,
A rare ........and a rattlin’ ..........,
And the ................on the ...........,
And the .............in the bog,
And the bog down in the valley-o.

And so on and on and on.....

Click HERE  and fill in the gaps (the pictures will help you) and then..... Let's sing together!!!!!!!!!!!!!  (HERE , too)

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"Auld Lang Syne" (by 2 ESO B)

2 ESO B Students have learnt and sung the traditional Scots song "Auld Lang Syne". (Part of the project "Celtic nations"( leaflet by Ana Iria García) - Click HEREHERE and HERE.)

More information about The Celts and Celtic nations HERE HERE and HERE.

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"What can I do to make you love me?" (By 2 ESO A)

2 ESO A Students have sung and drawn the song "What can I do to make you love me?", by the Irish Band "The Corrs". (Part of the project "Celtic nations"( leaflet by Ana Iria García) - Click HERE, HERE and HERE.)

More information about The Celts and Celtic nations HERE , HERE and HERE.

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Amigos Ingleses : Making Mistakes

Click here and here.

More common mistakes here.

Mistakes in pronunciation here

Course misamigosingleses.com HERE

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Amigos Ingleses on 1st May - Talking about Work

Watch the video by Amigos Ingleses above, to learn expressions to talk about business, and click HERE.

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