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, 11 de mayo de 2020

Don't give up (QUARANTINE: DAY 57)

NINTH WEEK OF LOCKDOWN and still locked down!!!


We can't give up, but it is fact that most students are not working hard enough and the school year is coming to an end.





Peter Gabriel - Don't Give Up (ft. Kate Bush)

 

 


Quarantine Scoreboard

Posts uploaded:  36


Students participating:  about 85 out of 110 (77%) at least once during the quarantine, but only 40% of them are really working!!!!


Comments written and corrected:    more than 650


Emails exchanged: more than 3000


PASEN announcements & messages:   more than 2200


Things handed in and corrected: almost 1200

 

Visits to blog and site during quarantine: more than 14,000 (Average of 200 visits per day)

Video lectures (ONLINE CLASSES):    14  (+ 6 Dictations on line, 4 verb exams and 2 online exams) and several individual online tutorials

 









RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE QUARANTINE


 Monday, 11th May




1º ESO

Tasks for today:

  • Unit 7 (page 90-91) >> Exercises 1-5

  • Watch this video to revise once again GIVING DIRECTIONS:


14   -  It's on the first floor  (  another link  )




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 Unit 8 in our session: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/55c766d756b946bd8cf62f7443269e0b

 

Watch these two New That's English episodes that deal with REPORTED SPEECH:


  MODULE 8   (NOTES)         Unit 6A            Unit 6B  



Let's do a listening exercise about this important action we must still keep doing >>>> The importance of handwashing (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)




 

 

1º Bach     CLASS      (<<<Click here)


Very good morning, ladies and gentlemen!!

 

I hope you are all well, safe and sound.

 

Today we will start revising from 11 a.m. to 13 a.m. RELATIVE CLAUSES & REPORTED SPEECH, apart from finishing the PASSIVE VOICE & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES in our session, whose link is, just in case: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/c32436f87fda4ceea41aa7897f70a93b

Suggested glossary on the topic "Universal Basic Income" :

income (expenses), to get through (a difficult situation), globalization, increasingly fragile, to save money, to spend our money properly on something, to waste money, consumerism, collective action, a tale of doom, poverty, a world of misery, subsequent crisis, payment, regular stipend, low wages, tax, employment, a guaranteed safety net, to support people, to launch a pilot scheme, it was run, unemployment benefits, to raise questions/doubts about, effectiveness, a set monthly income, downsides, criticism, employee/employer, unemployment rate, policy, lockdown, announcement (to announce)...

 

We had a doubt today with the word 'police'. In most cases it can be considered as a collective noun and so it is plural, but sometimes it can also be considered as a singular noun. Check HERE!! ('police' in Linguee dictionary)



A leaflet on Wakeboard (writing 11) by Francisco González (4º ESO A)  >>>>>




and here's the one done by Lucía Espinosa (4º ESO A):  SURFING




and here's the one done by Nuria Díaz (4º ESO A):








5 comentarios:

  1. The truth is that sometimes I thought more about giving up than moving forward, but I thought that this would end sooner than I thought and that I would see my family members again, give them hugs and kisses. For this reason I think less about giving up than moving forward.

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  2. If we continue like this, we will surely be able to go through quarantine and finally go outside to be with friends and family. I would like to go on to phase 1 to see my relatives and be able to meet friends. My opinion is that you have to stay at home to avoid further infections and to be able to go out on the street.

    Dunia Arnedo Martin 1ºA

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  3. The truth is, I don't like it when we were quarantined. Some of us can't say goodbye to our grandparents because of quarantine, we couldn't do a funeral either. Actually these days is getting too long for some. I'd like to visit my family. But the best thing for everyone is to be careful to get this all over.

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  4. Yes, we must not give up, we must resist and be aware of what we do, because we have to follow the rules at all times, we must respect the safety distance and if it is possible to have the mask on as long as possible when we leave, if that no hugs to friends and family, go out only the hours that correspond to us, always try to carry a disinfectant just in case, and if we do all this this summer we can go freely and we can return to normality and see if we are lucky a vaccine soon and we avoid a relapse.

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  5. We are living in situations in which no one believed did not expect that we would live.
    You have to be patient and resist, since everything is improving little by little, some days better and others worse, but the situation is improving.

    We must be aware of what we do and so that this does not get worse we must comply with the rules such as the use of the mask, it is very important to put it on to avoid contagion to others and to avoid contagion to ourselves, the safety distances, the time slot, hand washing, carry disinfectant if you go for a walk, all these rules must be followed by all, and if we want to return to normal we must comply with them.
    If we do not follow these rules we will not advance in phase, there will be no progress in the situation and it may worsen.

    Have a vaccine out soon and we are back to normal.

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