We are living days of SOLIDARITY. People helping elderly people, handicapped people, ill people... Teachers helping their students. We are all trying to help each other. But, above all, DOCTORS AND NURSES taking care of everybody in hospitals, POLICE OFFICERS taking care of all citizens, JOURNALISTS bringing latest news about the pandemia...
Coronavirus a test of global solidarity, says WHO director
Here's the example of the excellent student in 4º ESO A Lucía García, who has handed in the Control sheets on the three compulsary readers we have and she has also done the digital projects. Here are the links:
Project on Rabbit-Proof Fence by Lucía García (4º ESO A)
Project on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Lucía García (4º ESO A)
Project on A Christmas Carol by Lucía García (4º ESO A)
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE QUARANTINE
Wednesday, 25th March
Solutions to some of yesterday's exercises.
Unit 5. Translate these sentences into English.
You shouldn't have a big lunch before a football match.
You must wear your sandals in the swimming-pool. You mustn't wear shoes or sport shoes.
A fish can't walk, but some can jump very high out of the water.
Can you speak German? No, but I can speak French well.
The students should do the comic about Around the World in 80 Days quickly.
You can study hard during the school year and pass in June, or you can live happily without working. Then you must study during the summer for the September exams.
People can't play golf in Itrabo.
Tasks for today:
>>> Check your translation sentences
>>> Nobody has given me the mistakes they committed in the dictation (Nadie me ha dado todavía las faltas del dictado que hicimos el miércoles y recuerden que las soluciones las di en la entrada del jueves)
>>> Do exercises on pages 66-67
These are the tasks for today:
Unit 7 (Smart Planet 4) >>> pages 74-75
Don't forget to send me the mistakes you committed in the verb exam