jueves, 29 de enero de 2009

Peace and Non-Violence Day - POSTERS

Thank you for your interest and your great posters.

Click HERE to see all the pictures

miércoles, 28 de enero de 2009

This week we will commemorate the International Day of the Peace , here there is a webquest with information about the Nobel Awards and games.Are you ready?Click here.

martes, 27 de enero de 2009

poemas sobre la paz

Chicos/as, aquí os envío algunos poemas sobre la paz. En realidad hay tantos que es difícil seleccionar. En realidad, la poesía nos abre siempre el camino hacia la paz, aunque el tema sea otro, porque es un lenguaje que sólo puede venir de la paz.
Os pido que, para ilustrar estos poemas, busquéis imágenes chulas que les vengan bien a los textos, vosotros que sois mejores navegantes que yo por estos océanos de internet. Espero vuestras aportaciones. Gracias.

Aquí esta la dirección:

viernes, 23 de enero de 2009

Peace and Non-Violence Day 30th January

This week we have been working on the topic of Peace. One of the activities I asked you to do was to create a new symbol to represent Peace. I borrowed this idea from the blog of another English teacher, so I would like to include here a link to her blog:

I hope this topic may be interesting for you, and I remind you to bring your exercises before next Thursday 29th January

lunes, 12 de enero de 2009

Hello!As I promised you, here is the page I want you to look at. Enjoy it.ANTONIA.

martes, 6 de enero de 2009


Hogmanay is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year in the Scottish manner.
The Hogmanay custom of singing "Auld Lang Syne" has become common in many countries. "Auld Lang Syne" is a traditional poem reinterpreted by Robert Burns, which was later set to music. It is now common for this to be sung in a circle of linked arms that are crossed over one another as the clock strikes midnight for New Year's Day.

For the full lyrics and meaning of "Auld Lang Syne" click HERE