BEING A TEACHER....

BEING A TEACHER IS A DIFFICULT TASK NOWADAYS, SO I DECIDED TO FOLLOW THIS PIECE OF ADVICE BY BRUCE LEE:

Empty your mind, be formless. Shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. You put water into a bottle and it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.

by Bruce Lee

lunes, 20 de abril de 2020

Experimenting II (QUARANTINE: DAY 36)


(SIXTH WEEK of quarantine) After our first experience last week (with mixed results), here we go again. Today we will go a bit further as we will try to arrange some online tutorials.

 

English in a Minute:  Last vs For the last vs In the last   (BBC Learning English)


Complete the sentences with the appropriate one:



1. __________________ six weeks we've had two online classes.

2. We haven't had any classes at school __________________ six weeks.

3. _________________ week we had our first online class.

 



Quarantine Scoreboard

Posts uploaded:  23


Students participating:  about 80 out of 110 (73%)


Comments written and corrected: 450


Emails exchanged: about 1500


PASEN announcements & messages: more than 1600


Things handed in and corrected: almost 850

 

Visits to blog and site during quarantine: about 8,000 (Average of 300 visits per day)

Video lectures (ONLINE CLASSES):    5

 









RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE QUARANTINE


 Monday, 20th April




1º ESO  

Tasks for today:

  • Unit 6 (page 76) just read the text and answer the question in exercise 1. Look up the words you don't know in a dictionary.
  • Do the exercises on this page: COMPARATIVES 01    
  • Watch these videos about the comparatives:  

>>>>  Comparatives and Superlatives //  6 Minute Grammar (BBC Learning English)

>>>> Comparative and Superlative Adjectives | ENGLISH GRAMMAR VIDEOS

 








4º ESO    CLASS    (<<<Click here)


Very good morning, ladies and gentlemen!!

 

I hope you are all well, safe and sound. Today we will be correcting the exam in our session: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/55c766d756b946bd8cf62f7443269e0b

  

Conditionals in Grammar: 04 Types of Conditional Sentences (Zero, First, Second & Third Conditional)  >>>   American accent

Pay special attention to the Impossible/Unreal conditionals



 

 

1º Bach     CLASS      (<<<Click here)


Very good morning, ladies and gentlemen!!

 

I hope you are all well, safe and sound.

 

Today we will be revising from 11 a.m. to 13 a.m.  the PASSIVE VOICE & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES (and correcting exercises in my site) in our session, whose link is, just in case: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/c32436f87fda4ceea41aa7897f70a93b



This newspaper headline

Coronavirus live news: nearly 100,000 EU citizens remain stranded overseas due to pandemic (The Guardian)

reminds me of something that happened to me and a group of students some years ago. Can you tell me what the word 'stranded' mean? and what does the headline mean in general? Have you ever remained stranded somewhere?


IES MEDITERRANEO students blocked in Dublin




4 comentarios:

  1. We can do very thinks for to be funny. We can cook: potatoes frites with eggs, stocks, sausages, sandwiches, bacon, combined plate, do pizza and eat it... Go to supermarket but only emergency situation, do sports, to homework, play the games, watch TV, see films in English of spies, romantic films, lethals films, criminal films... do bed for sleep and component best

    Jose Antonio Sabio Prados 1eso A

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  2. Covid-19 is less dangerous than before, but precautions still need to be taken, biggest more people beat the virus and recovered, and the death toll dropped dramatically.
    A month ago it was more dangerous than ever, there were many people infected and although no one left the house, many people turned out to have the virus, people won the covid-19 but we were in the early stages and we must continue to be home, soon little by little they are letting children under the age of fourteen, but only for a short time.
    Paula González Blanco 4B

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  3. It’s possible that now Covid-19 will be less dangerous ,but I believe that this is bacause we have been confined and because when we go out we go out we take measures like:use a mask,keep social distance...

    Two month ago it was more dangerous than now ,bacause there were a lot of people injected,we didn’t take measures and the Covid-19 was lure of distant illness that we though that just exist in China or Italian.

    Also our health service haven’t been prepared for this situation and the sanitaries hadn’t got media.
    Hospitals are calmer now

    I think that we must be careful with that illness. since the situation is still not solved and we have to follow the rules they have set and follow the rules they are putting in each phase

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  4. Being stranded somewhere is being trapped or stopped by some situation, for example in an airport, when you miss a plane you have to wait many hours until another leaves.

    Watching the news, foreigners who go from Spain to Great Britain informed them that they have to confine themselves to their homes for fifteen days. It seems good to me that people are confined for fifteen days, but the problem comes now, what do they do with their work?

    They are fifteen days without working, I suppose that being confined there is a sick leave, because otherwise they would throw you out of your job, right? On the one hand it seems good to me and on the other as I said before.

    That people comply with the orders that they are given and that's it, and try to avoid leaving the house and not be in places with many crowds.

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