Thursday, 19 December 2013

4t eso A i B Christmas homework

Listen, read, practice...  Killer bees (b lesson)

1. Listen read, practise..   (homework Xmas - level 1 students)

2. Rest of students (voluntary Christmas homework): Read in your suitable level

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Friday, 15 November 2013

Dinner for Schmucks ( P. Continuous )

I. In groups of 2 or 3 Watch the movie segment and take notes of all the leisure activities the mice are doing in that afternoon.
II. Get together with your group and write down as many sentences as you can, saying what the mice are doing. You have 10 minutes to do it.
III. Read all your sentences to the class. Every sentence with both correct grammar and information, according to the segment, scores 1 point. The winner is the group that scores most points.
IV. You may watch the segment again to check whether the leisure activities are correct.

I. Cut the sentences into slips and place them in a box.
II. students take turns to pick up a sentence and mime it to their own group. The group has 15 seconds to guess the correct sentence and score a point.

Monsters Inc. (P. Simple & P. Continuous)

Watch the movie segment and do the following activities :

1) Complete the sentences with the appropriate tense ( Present Simple and Present Continuous)

a) Every day, Sulley _______________ (drive) to work. However, today they ____________ (walk)

b) Right now, Mike _______________ (talk) to Sulley’s mum on the phone.
c) Afterwards, they often ______________ (watch) tv, but today they __________ (also / star) on a tv commercial.
d) Sulley and Mike _____________ (not exercise) together. Sulley ______ (do) his routine and Mike __________ (guide) him.
e) Then, Sulley always ______________ (brush) his teeth.
f) Sulley usually ____________ (get up) at 6:00 but today he ____________ (still/ sleep) at 6:05.

2) Watch the film and put the sentences in the correct order.

3) Write 5 sentences about what the monsters Sulley and Mike encounter on their way to work are doing at the moment.

4) Did you like the scene? Why (not)?

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Adjectives and description of a place 1st Batxillerat

Adjectives and explanations, opposites...(specific on describing a town or place)

Watch, listen and read about Southhampton (higher)

Read and do exercises on lots os cities from America and the UK

Listening activities

Revision (copy and bring the first exercise you see) of common adjectives, comparatives, superlatives, etc. (Apart from this exercise, you can find many more!)

Order of adjectives 1 exercise
Order od adjectices 2 exercises Tasks 1,2,3,4)

Sunday, 27 October 2013

Friday, 18 October 2013

4t C IRREGULAR VERBS, present simple and continuous


Practise with exercises

lots of exercises here  (present simple)

lots of exercises here  (present continuous or progressive)

Revise clothes and present continuous

Sunday, 29 September 2013

1st ESO Welcome Back!

Mr Taylor welcomes you back to school.

Sunday, 22 September 2013

Listening exam preparation 1st BAT

Listen, read, explain from the list

Monday, 10 June 2013

1st ESO: Around the world

Summer holidays are around the corner. You are going to travel around the world solving some challenges and learning lots of things from different countries. Click on the link below and start your adventure. Have a nice journey!!!

PD: You can work in pairs... or groups of three.

Monday, 3 June 2013


Add this vocabulary list to your unit 7 (students´book) :

hooliganism / mugging / mugger / joy-riding / burglary / burglar / kidnapping / rapist / rape / smuggling / arson / blackmail / guilty / innocent / alibi /  bully /suspect / weapon / jail / prison / innocent / guilty / gang / gangster / lawyer / judge / court / 

Sunday, 2 June 2013

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Saturday, 25 May 2013

1r BATXILLERAT Spiritual Realities

GUESS the hidden words to form a text here

Tuesday, 21 May 2013

Shopping CF and 4th eso

Some basic vocabulary

Some types of shops

Do  exercise

Read and do exercise (revision)

Another exercise with more difficult words

Video (buying shoes)



4th eso ADJECTIVES (personality, comparatives..)



ADJECTIVE ENDINGS (-ed or -ing) here


Sunday, 19 May 2013

1st ESO: Films and Cinema

Film genres wordsearch 1 and wordsearch 2

Film genres crossword.

Film antonyms

Film synonyms

Film and cinema picture matching

Vocabulary for film cast and characters

A trip to the cinema matching exercise

Reading: The Cannes film festival 2012

Tuesday, 14 May 2013


Phrasal verbs exercises
Bob Wilson´s phrasal verbs picnic                                                                  
Common phrasal verbs + pictures (Make a list in your notebook!)
Phrasal verbs ex (for advanced students)
Learn phrasal verbs with a song (standard)

Tutorial about 2nd conditional
1st & 2nd Conditional ex (1st & 2nd separated ex) (mix & match) ( "    " ) ( "    " ) ( "    ")
Second conditional game
Video : "If I were a boy" (by Beyoncé) (song + exercises)

(not) AS...AS exercises:

Adjectives or adverbs? . (only advanced students!)

Should / must / have to :

Friday, 3 May 2013

Monday, 22 April 2013

4t eso real english

Used to video


2BAT- Swan upping video


Watch the video about this English tradition and answer the questions:

1.    Who is David Barber? 
2.    What does the Queen own?  
3.    How old is this historic tradition?  
4.    How can “swan upping” be described and where does it take place?  
5.    How much time does it take to count all the swans?  
6.    Why is it said that the royal diet has changed?
7.    What is the last question for Mr Barber? 

2 BAT- celebrations videos

Watch the following videos if you are interested in the celebrations we worked with at H.B.

1st BATXILLERAT: Big Bang Theory (2nd Conditional)

Watch and listen to the video and choose the correct option in each case.

1. If that was a movie,

 a)  I will go to see it
 b) I would go see it
 c) I wouldn't goo to see it

2. Would it be totally weird
  a) if I used it?
  b) if I use it?
   c)  if I've used it?

3. If you had your own game characted
  a) we would hang out, may be go on a quest
  b) we could hang out, may be go on a quest
  c) we could hanged out, may be go on a quest

4. If I were to ask Leslie Winkle out,
  a)  it will just be for dinner 
  b)  it wouldn't just be for dinner
  c)  it would just be for dinner

5. If you were a robot and I knew and you didn't,
   a) would you want me to tell you?
   b) would you like me to tell you?
   c) would you have wanted me to tell you?

6. If I ever did a perfect time machine,
   a)  I will go the past and give it to myself
   b) I have just gone the past and give it to myself
   c) I would just go the past and give it to myself

7. If you just apologized to Gabelhouser,
   a) he is giving you your job back
   b) he will give you your job back
   c) he would give you your job back

8. If he were any bigger,
   a) he would have moons orbiting him.
   b) he wouldn't have moons orbiting him.
   c) he has moons orbiting him.

9. If all guys were like me,
   a) the human race won't survive
   b) the human race would survive
   c) the human race couldn't survive

10. If I could afford the rent,
      a) I would ask you to leave.
    b) I wouldn't ask you to leave.
    c) I wanted to ask you to leave.

11. Who wouldn't recognize true genious
    a if it was standing in front of them giving a speech.
    b) if it were standing in front of them giving a speech.
    c) if they were standing in front of them giving a speech.

12. It would be so much easier
     a)  if I was a violent sociopath
     b)  if I weren't a violent sociopath
     c) if I were a violent sociopath

13. If cats could sing,
      a)  they would hate it too
    b)  they will hate it too
    c) they must hate it too

Tuesday, 16 April 2013


 How good are you at remembering and singing famous songs? Let´s find out.

Have fun with your group at "LYRICS TRAINING"

Rock & Roll Trivia questions
Rock & Roll Trivia questions (online multiple choice)
Fan test music quizzes (What type of music fan are you?

Thursday, 11 April 2013


LISTENING (1) : Listen to Todd talking about the jobs he´s had along his life and do the exercises.
LISTENING (2) : Lindsay talks about what She wanted to be at different moments of her life. Do the online vocabulary and comprehension  quizzes.
LISTENING (3) : Nicoletta talks about her future 
job aspirations. Do the activities as well.                                    VOCABULARY EXERCISES
Professions & occupations game
Matching pictures & jobs
Applying for a job
Video: "Job interview"

           Exercises on like + -ing / would like to... 
         would rather / would prefer exercise
         Tutorial : would like, would prefer, would rather
         would rather / prefer (multiple choice ex)
         like / would like exercise
         mustn´t / don´t have to exercise

         Exercises on have to / don´t have to : (tutorial + exercise)

       Exercises on will be / going to : (multiple choice)


Monday, 8 April 2013

2 ESO. UNIT 7: Law & order

Matching vocabulary exercise (elementary). Copy the words & definitions on your notebook
 Crime & the Law (stronger students))
Crime & criminals (unscramble the words and copy them)
 Move or die (interactive game)
 theft in the Park (listening)
 A policeman asking questions (multiple choice listening)
crossword  ( I ) about crime vocabulary
crossword ( II ) about crime vocabulary

4t esoGerunds & Infinitives

Tutorial and exercises (I) Tutorial and exercises (II)
Verb lists ( infinitive & gerund)
Infinitive & gerund ( intermediate/advanced level)
More exercises (to feel confident)

Thursday, 4 April 2013

3 ESO- unit 6 review

Exercise 1. Copy the example sentences on your notebook (section: MODALS) and translate them.
1st conditional


Science and techonology

Wednesday, 3 April 2013


Computer vocabulary matching quiz
Computer parts word puzzle
Internet and computer vocabulary


 UNIT 6: " YOUR FUTURE?" ( I )

Watch the movie segments about the film "I, robot" based upon
Isaac Asimov´s book and do the activities on the handout given.

A. Before watching the segment, discuss the following questions with a partner:

1) Are you optimistic or pessimistic about the future?

2) How different will your city be in the year 2035?

3) How would you describe your city in 2035?

4) What will be better and what will be worse then?

5) Do you think robots will be common in 2035?

6) What tasks will robots have?

7) Will life be better if humans share their space with robots?

8) Would you like to have a personal robot to help/protect you?

Now practise your English with robot Mike

Tuesday, 2 April 2013

2BAT- Georgia's monastic caves video

Watch the video and answer the questions. 
1/ Who are the people living in the caves?
2/How old can the frescoes of the chapel be?
3/Where do they get water from?
4/What adjectives can describe this place in winter?
5/What are they going to build nearby in the near future?
6/What sort of activities will the tourists be able to do?
7/What is Father Lazar’s opinion about the project?

Monday, 1 April 2013

crime and justice

The court room 

Basic vocabulary with explanations and an exercise

Police activity

100 most common crimes

Tuesday, 19 March 2013


Complete the sentences with can, could, be able to :

1. Suddenly the lights went out. We ___________ see a thing.
2. The computer went wrong, but Emma ___________ put it right again.
3. I broke my leg, but now ___________ walk around again.
4. There was a big party last night. You ___________ hear the music a mile away.
5. I'm sorry I haven't ___________ call earlier. I was so busy!
6. It would be nice ___________ take that course, but I don't have time.
7. The train was so full I ___________ find a seat anywhere.
8. Have you ___________ get her on the phone?
9. Jake ___________ read music when he was five -before he ___________ spell!
10.I'm ill, so I won't ___________ go to the party.

Elige "Can" / "Could" / "Be able" para completar las siguientes oraciones,según sea la forma más habitual:
I watch the football match in your house? (informal)2.
When I asked him, he said his daughter
come with us to the party3.
You are very strong, I am sure that you
lift a weight of 75 kilos4.
I told my son that it was too late and he
not go to the party5.
If I continue training I will
to run the marathon next summer6.
My father was very fit; he
run a mile in less than 4 minutes7.
I open the window? It is very hot in here (formal)8.
The anaesthetist asked the doctor if he
postpone the operation for at leastone hour9.
The soldiers are very tired. Please, tell them that they
rest for two hours10.
James says that his daughter
come with us to the cinema11.
My boss gave me an invitation so I
enter the conference12.
In this building you
not smoke13.
I use your phone, please? (dirigiéndote a tujefe)14.
Mr Wilson,
I explain to you our new offer? (formal)15.
I use your phone, please? (dirigiéndote a un amigo)16.
If you continue drinking you won´t
to drive home17.
With these new engines, rockets
reach Mars in half the time than before18.
you be quiet, please?. I cannot concentrate (informal)19.
not go to France because he had lost his passport20.
When my father bought the car we
go to the beach at the weekends21.
leave your car here; we will be back soon22.
My sister is an artist; she
dance like a professional23.
you pick me up at the airport at 6 0'clock? (informal)24.
you explain the lesson to me again, please? I didn't understand it at all(formal)25.
When I was a child I was very shy. I
not speak in public
Put in the verbs in brackets into the gap. Use will-future or going to-future