Thursday, 28 February 2013


Comparative & superlative exercises : (Oxford tutorial)

Quantity: some, any, much, many, a lot of, too, (not) enough :


3 ESO: Unit 5 "Crazy about it " ( II )

P. Perfect vs P. Simple (fill in gaps text)
P. Perfect vs P. Simple ( tutorial + ex )

For / Since exercises : (P. Perf. time expressions)

4th eso Personality adjectives II

In order to improve your poor vocabulary, do these exercises after studying the tutorial...

exercise 1

exercise 2

Monday, 25 February 2013

2BAT- maternity tourism

Watch this video about a "different" and controversial kind of tourism in the USA.

Friday, 15 February 2013


Watch this video about the tips to get a compromise about a special kind of trip: the honeymoon.

Here you have the answers to the questions:

a.3,700 dollars (three times the amount of average adult spends on vacation)
b. She’s a romantic getaways blogger/ She’s being interviewed to help couples negotiate a honeymoon  compromise and share her top pics for honeymoon destinations.
c. (One or two of the partners can have different ideas about the type of honeymoon they want)Examples:someone envisions being lazy on the beach; the other one envisions an adventure-filled vacation.
d. No, it isn’t. They have to throw the destination-discussion aside and look more at what experience they’re looking for.
e. Think about the experience: do you want to be relaxed and pampered; do you want to go some place exotic and be adventurous; do you want to have a sophisticated cultural experience?
f. Bangkok: city brimming with palaces and temples, great shopping and great dining. It’s also culturally interesting. Incredible beaches are in the south of the country.
g. It’s close-by, easy to get to (distance); Vancouver:  (thanks to the Olympics) it’s  a great city, it’s world-class, it has the most innovative chefs of the West Coast;  it has vast acres of wilderness- you can combine a city experience with adventure. 
h. Beach(you can snooze there all day); nightlife (you can be dancing all night long); culture.
g.It’s the Paris of South America. Tango, opera, culture,great food and wine and Patagonia.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

1st BATXILLERAT : Stereotypes

Is it true that women were born to shop? Read this article about Ikea's new idea.

1st BATXILLERAT: Britishness


What does "being British" mean to you? Which stereotypes do you think represent "Britishness"? Watch this video: Britishness


What are British really like? Read this article

Social Customs

Acceptable behaviour in England

Sense of humour
Catherine Tate -Posh people


21 reasons why I love you (fill in the blanks)
SONG : "It´s only love" (by Maccabees)


STEP 1:   Watch the videos and complete the table
STEP 2:  After doing the vocabulary activities, decide on what kind of appartment you have. Include the items you don't need to buy. Draw the floor map
STEP 3: You have 2,500 pounds to buy the different items you consider essential. Write them on a list and write the price.
STEP 4: You and your flatmates (roommates) have different opinions regarding your purchases. Discuss and write a dialogue (150 words) that you will have to perform in front of the class. Examples of controversial items: carpet, computer, clothes drier, television, robot ... 
STEP 5: Presentation: In front of the class, perform the dialogue in which you discuss different possibilities
Then tell your class about the objects you bought with their price, characteristics, ...
STEP 6: Individually, mark each group according to the chart given

Alternativa 3r eso Anglès HOME VIDEOS

Watch the following domestic videos, complete the table with the information you can get

Video 1
Video 2
Video 3

Do you need help with vocabulary? Study these examples and play the different games

Do the memory game and decide to include these items on your list or not.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

1st BATXILLRAT: Opinion Essay

Here you have some tips to write an opinion essay successfully. Hope you find them useful.

Parts of an essay

Choose one of these two topics and write an opinion essay using the informacions you have learn. Your text must not exceeed 150 words and it should contain a minimum of 120 word. Sent your text to mail e-mail address in pdf format. You have time to sent your text until Friday 15th February.

Topic 1: Are famous people treated unfairly by the media? Should they be given more privacy, or is the price of their fame an invasion into their private lives? 

Topic 2: Do we become used to bad news? Would it be better if more good news was reported?

Friday, 8 February 2013


Here you've got useful expressions, vocabulary and other information to express your opinions.

Thursday, 7 February 2013

1st ESO: The weather

Watch these videos. They are eamples of extreme weather.
Hail Storm

Quiz: Weather Quiz
Weather word scramble (copy the words in your notebooks and translate them)
Television weather symbols (copy the table in your notebook and complete it)

Listening: Predicting the weather

What's the weather like? game

Describing the weather (copy the words and expressions and translate them)

Weather and Seasons activities (print these activities and bring them in class)

1st BATXILLERAT: On the phone

The telephone: vocabulary, phone expressions and activities

Listening: Answering Machine. Do activities 2, 3 and 4 (Choose one of the three options and write a message using the vocabulary you've learnt. Email it).

Monday, 4 February 2013

2 ESO UNIT 5: " Planet Earth"

"Taste the Waste"
This is the title of a very interesting film by Valentin Thurn.
Watch the video trailer and try to select as much useful information as possible.

Taste the waste"   (2nd version)

Sunday, 3 February 2013

2 ESO UNIT 4. "Fact or fiction ?" ( II )

Do the exercises about Past Continuous. (diffcult) (P. Simple +P. Cont) ( PS + PC) (PS + PC) (PS + PC)

2 ESO. UNIT 4: " Fact or fiction? "


Read the information, do the exercises and the Write down 8 tips about vampires in your notebook.

Here you are some vocabulary to get inspired...

Listen to the beginning of a horror story.

" TAKE A GHOST TOUR". Watch the video about Chillingham castle and answer the questions.
    1. Why is Chillingham castle famous for?
     2. Who was "The blue boy"?
     3. What happened in the 1920s?
     4. Who was Lady Mary Berkeley?
     5. Who was "The White Lady"?
     6. What kind of activities can you choose at the Chillingham castle?

Friday, 1 February 2013


Read and prepare the following questions about money

Vocabulary list