Saturday, 22 March 2014

Vocabulary - Unit 8

In case you miss any of the words in the Unit 8 vocabulary, here you have the list. Please study them and practice in sentences!

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

The countries of the world singed by... Yakko!

First attempts to sing the Yakko's song were so nice... but you are far from him!

You have time to try again until the holidays... If you sing the song but you don't match the countries in the map... it is just one point!

And the one who is able to learn the song and the performance (dancing and matching in the map)... has 2 extra points next term! ;)

And this will be the one you will use in your perfomance, so practice at this pace :)

1º - Unit 8 - Terms

Stone Age
Metal Ages
Homo habilis
Homo erectus
Homo Antecessor
Homo Sapiens
Cave art
Neolithic Age/revolution
Megalithic monuments

Monday, 17 March 2014

Make your own world - PROJECT - NEW DATES UPDATED

Make your own WORLD project

• Deadline: You have to hand in your project the same day you present it.
• We will have small group discussions throughout the term so you can brainstorm with your classmates.

1.) Create a new place - country, world, planet, universe!
2.) Give it a name and capitol
3.) It has to have 5 geographical features
4.) Make a drawing of your new world 
5.) Give a small presentation of your project at the end of the term

 Questions for the presentation:
1.) How does the geographical features on your world affect the climate and people there?
2.) What is life like in your world?
3.) What do the people look like there?
4.) What do people do there?
5.) Is your world a good place to live? Why or why not?

 Most of all Have Fun!!!

25 March: Héctor, Ángel, Alberto, Mireia, Sara and Michelle.
26 March: Aarón, Pablo F., Diego, Marina, Silvia and Paula.
2 April: Borja, Laura, Pablo G., Alejandro I., Carla y Luisa.
8 April: Zaira, Iván, Izan, Miguel, Irene, Alejantro T. and María.

Monday, 10 March 2014

Translate into English - Homework for tomorrow Tuesday 11th March

Hopefully you will use your dictionaries or, not an online translator... Try to do your best by your own!

El “moreno de ojos azules” de La Braña retrata a los europeos de hace 7.000 años

El “hombre de Arintero” prueba que los hombres europeos de hace 7.000 años podían ser morenos con los ojos azules.

A partir de los restos aparecidos en la cueva de La Braña (León), científicos daneses y españoles han elaborado un retrato robot de cómo serían aquellos europeos del mesolítico, los últimos nómadas, que eran cazadores recolectores.

Después de ellos, con el cambio al Neolítico, aparecen los primeros poblados sedentarios y los europeos empiezan a domesticar animales y plantas, cambian de modo de vida.

Podéis visitar los restos de “El hombre de Arintero” en el Museo de León.