Sunday, June 17, 2012

Integrated Unit on Totalitarism

The last integrated unit of this school year was one on totalitarims, where the students had the chance to work in cooperative teams and dream about a different world, describe pictures, enjoy the final speech of the amazing film The Great Dictator and, as a final project, give voice to its trailer

They all did a wonderful job!

Here you can see the English worksheets:

1 Daydreaming About a Different World 2 Analising and Describing Pictures 3 the Great Dictator

Friday, June 1, 2012

Describe of the picture. Orange team.

The photo shows Benito Mussolini and he is wearing soldier clothes. He has his right hand up but he is of the extrem left. He has a body guard to his right. This photo was taken during II World War when Italy was allied with Germany. behind Mussolini, we can see many skyscrapers. Benito Mussolini expresses power and dictatorship country.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Description of a picture: "The nigth of the broken glasses". Green Team.

As we can see in the picture there are three people wearing rain coats and hats. We can not know the colours of these clothes because the picture was taken in black and white.

 This picture was taken in 1938 in Germany, while Hitler was a dictator there. 
 This photo shows "The night of the broken glasses" so we can see shop windows broken. This picture reprents the injustice to Jew people at this time. In the middle there are two people looking at the destroyed shops. 

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Description of a picture: "The holocaust". White team

The picture shows the Holocaust in a concentration camp. It was taken during the Nazi period. It is a black and white photo where you can see many jews living in bad conditions. In the foreground there is a jew standing without clothes and he is very thin. In the background there are many jews lying in terrible beds because they are together and they haven´t opt any pillow or mattress and they use the plates as pillows. We think that this picture conveys sorrow and it shows us the importance of Human Rights (freedom, liberty, eguality...), which the Jews didn´t have.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Describing a picture in English! Blue team

The photo shows Hitler with the Nazi flag. The picture of Hitler is black and white. At the bottom there is the flag in colours and at the top there is the dictator, Hitler.
The Emperor, Hitler, is serious and thoughtful.
The flag has got a black swastika cross in the middle of a white circle and the rest of the rectangular flag red. 
The picture isn´t attractive because is dull. We think Hitler has his look in an objetive, which is to get a big nation with German people.
The flag might be a symbol of repression of Jews and other people who didn´t belong to Germany and a symbol of Fascism.

Teresa, José Alejandro, Antonio and Marta.
Blue team

Description of a picture in english

In the pictures, I can see a man. I think that this person is a soldier. He is not doing anything. This person is thinking and he is very serious. I think that the man is around 40 years old. I think the name of this pictures is "The Big Soldier". In the picture there is only a soldier, this soldier maybe is tall and strong. His eyes are black and small. He is wearing a uniform and on his head he has got a hat. His uniform is green and red and his hat is black and red. This is the description of the soldier.
The picture shows two military cars. I think it was taken in the WWII. This photo is a coloured photo.

In the background you can see a very big official building and a lot of people. In the foreground there are two military man in two military cars. The cars are are dark green. On the corner of the cars there is a yellow flag. The cars have four big wheels. Inside the upper part of the cars there are two soldiers. They are wearing helmets and green clothes like the car. They have a machine gun in theirs hands.

Maybe the cars were in a parade because the goverment wanted to show their power.

Claudia Sánchez Miranda Beige Team

Describing a picture in English

In this picture I can see the Führer of Germany, he is Adolf Hitler. He has a flag of his Nazi Party in the right hand. In the background of the picture I see behind Hitler million of soldiers were supporting the Nazi ideology. All of them support the same flag of the Nazi Party. Also, there is an eagle in the sky. The main character is wearing a uniform and on the left arm he has a symbol of Nazism. He has his hand up, which represents the power of all Germany. He was the dictator of Germany. This picture represents the Nazi ideology and the power of one person, the dictator. Pink Team.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Visiting the Cádiz of La Pepa

Once finished our didactic unito on La Pepa, we enjoyed a wonderful visit to Cádiz. The students did an excellent job as tourist guides, explaining the main monuments and historical events related to the Constitution of 1812. Congratulations!

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Describing Pictures

As you know, now we are learning how to make a description of a picture. here you have the links to interesting websites to get the information you need:

Monday, May 7, 2012

Modal Verbs

Here you can get some more information on modal verbs, as well as further practice. Don't miss it!

Conditional Sentences

As you know, we have been lately studying Conditional Sentences. If you need further clarification and activities, click here and keep on learning!

Poets at El Fontanal

During the sessions before our Book Week the students in this group were working on a project that integrated the areas of Social Studies, Spanish Language and Literature, English and French. The main theme of the project was the figure of Federico García Lorca, who died 75 years ago. The students learned about his stay in New York, his literary piece Poet in New York and the economic crash of that period. You can click here to get a detailed view of the didactic guide for the project.

The end product was a marvellous book of poems in three languages (Spanish, English and French), which was displayed during the aforementioned Book Week. The students, who did an awesome work, also made the visit to the library more enjoyable by reading in front of the visitors their poems.

Here you can enjoy a great poem by José Alejandro, who was chosen by his classmates the best poet in English. Congratulations!

Monday, March 26, 2012

La Pepa: A Digital Version

Click here and get a digital version of the 1812 Constitution. Amazing, isn't it!

La Pepa (Part 3)

Here is the last part of the didactic unit devoted to La Pepa. Remember that soon you will be tourist guides in Cadiz!

La Pepa3. History and Monuments

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Helicopter Journey over Manhattan

Click here
Get on my helicopter, fasten your seat belt, and enjoy this breathtaking view!

Friday, March 16, 2012

St. Patrick's Day

Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated each year on March 17th. In Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Day is both a holy day and a national holiday. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland because he brought Christianity to the Irish. 

According to legend, Saint Patrick used a shamrock (a type of clover) to explain about God. The shamrock has three leaves on each stem. Saint Patrick told the people that the shamrock was like the idea of the Trinity – that in the one God there are three divine beings: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

Although it began in Ireland, Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated in countries around the world. People with Irish heritage remind themselves of the beautiful green countryside of Ireland by wearing green and taking part in the festivities.

Saint Patrick’s Day is usually celebrated with a parade. The one in Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is very famous. But the one in New York City is one of the biggest. It lasts for hours.

One tale about Patrick is that he drove the snakes from Ireland. This is a metaphor for his bringing Christianity to Ireland and driving out the pagan religions. It’s true that Ireland has no snakes, but this has to do with the fact that Ireland is an island and being separated from the rest of the continent the snakes couldn’t get there.

Play a game here and have good luck! You can also read poems and listen to songs for this special day here.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

International Women's Day Corner

On March 8 we celebrate International Women's Day, which is a good opportunity to show respect, appreciation and love towards women as well as a good moment to feel happy for their economic, political and social achievements, which were difficult to get. Sadly enough, it can also be a good day to remember those women who lack the rights we enjoy nowadays.

Thus, this will be our online corner for you to post a comment related to this day and what it means to you. Bear in mind that anything will be welcome: a sentence, a poem, the name of an important woman and the reason why you mention her, a thought, a feeling . . . 

Have a good day!

Monday, February 13, 2012

I Will Always Love You (by Whitney Houston)

Thinking about St. Valentine's Day, I've come across this love song by the recently deceased Whitney Houston. Click on the link, choose the mode more appropriate for you  (beginner or intermediate will be OK) and enjoy it! You can also sing along at the karaoke mode.

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You, Music Video, Song Lyrics and Karaoke

Happy Valentine's Day!

February 14, St. Valentine's Day, is said to be a day for people who are in love. No matter whether you have a boyfriend or girlfriend or whether you like someone in particular or not, there must be lots of people you love: your parents, your brothers and sisters, your relatives, your friends . . . In fact, there are many people that make our lives nicer, aren't there?

Here you are some interesting links you should visit. The idea is for you to skim them and choose the ones you want to work on. But bear in mind that you should send comments showing what you have done or learnt.

There are many reasons why we love people. Click here to read 21.
You can also write a short love poem. Here you just have to drag and drop while in this site you can use a magnetic board.
There are funny love limericks here and famous quotations on love in this website.
If you really like a person you can use this calculator to see how happy you will be together but if you think you need something more exciting you can always read this kissing advice.
Apart from that, you can read about the origins of the day here .
But if you still don't like this topic, then perhaps you should do these activities and learn how to say something interesting.
Are you a language lover? Have you got foreign friends? Then click here and learn how to say "I love you".
If you like it so much you have done everything, go to this site and choose other activities, there are hundreds!

And remember, I wish you a happy Valentine's Day!

La Pepa (Part 2)

Here is the second part of the didactic unit on La Pepa. If you feel like travelling, enjoy the virtual tour around the Cadiz of 1812 here and get on this bus to see what Cadiz is like today!

La Pepa2. Touring Cadiz.

La Pepa (Part 1)

Today we began our didactic unit on La Pepa. Here is the first part of it. Moreover, you can click here to enjoy the introductory video. 

La Pepa1. a Constitution.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Writing Guide

Here is the guide we will use from now on to improve our writing skills. I hope it will help!

Writing Guide

Thursday, February 2, 2012


Martin Luther King was a men for remember her life because he protects the blak's right in USA and over the world.
many people ask to Martin Luther King "When you be satisface?" and he said " We can never be satisface" because he think the black people should have the white people rights.
The most remember phrase was "I have a dream.."

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

No one is diferent to the rest.

Here we have a video about the most famous speech of equality between races.

Martin Luther King was a black man who fought for the rights of black mens.

I think he is an idol for the world,because many people began to think such as he,and many aspects of the society started to change.

"I have a dream."
Four words with a profound message.


This video is very interesting because Martin Luther king express the greatest injustice of life white people feel superior to people of color and he have a dream

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

I have a dream... =)

I have a dream that one day there is no war in the world,that one day there is no racism or violence against women.I have a dream that one day is over abuse, harassment... I have a dream that one day there is peace in the world.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Peace and Non-Violence

America has celebrated Martin Luther King Day since 1983 on the third Monday in January. Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. was an important person in the American Civil Rights movement, who believed in non-violence. He campaigned against segregation and inequality and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. In 1963 he gave his most famous speech, which contains the well-known phrase I have a dream.

Here you can enjoy most of this important speech. Then, think about the way in which you can contribute to improve the world and post a comment beginning like this: 
"I have a dream that . . . "

Do you need some kind of inspiration? Then you can listen to Someday, a song from Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Watch the video and listen to it. It has a beautiful message.

Now you can read the lyrics here. Think about them . . . and of course, think about the things you can do to improve the world!

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Present Perfect Simple

As you know, we have recently learned how to form and use the Present Perfect Simple tense.

Here you can read a funny introduction to the topic and you can also review its form and use, apart from doing some interesting activities.

Past Continuous

Here you can go to another explanation of the form and use of Past Continuous. In that site there are also activities to put into practice what you have learned.

You can also do this activity on Past Continuous. Do you think you need something more challenging? Click here for an activity to choose between Past Simple and Past Continuous.

Good luck!

-ed Pronunciation (Past Simple)

Do you find it difficult to pronounce regular verbs in past form? Do you think it's time to review it? If you didn't have enough with the activities we did in class, click here and get further practice.

Past Simple

As you know, we have already reviewed the form and use of the past simple tense in English. In this site you'll find an interesting explanation of it, with links to activities. If you think you need to review the past form of verb 'to be', click here or here.

Still difficult? Well, you can always have a look at this website and read the explanation in Spanish!

Monday, January 2, 2012

Happy New Year!

How did you say goodbye to 2011? How did you receive the new year? Did you eat the twelve grapes? AS you know, not everybody has the same customs and traditions. 

Would you like to know how people in New York welcomed 2012 in Times Square? Have a look at this video and join the countdown!

Then, enjoy the atmosphere and fireworks in London! They are really amazing! Don't miss it!

Monday, December 26, 2011

Let's See the Christmas Lights in London!

If you want to see the Christmas lights in London, don't miss this opportunity. Get in my car and I'll give you a lift from Piccadilly Circus to Marble Arc. Meanwhile we'll listen to a well-known Christmas song . . .  

By the way, don't panic! Remember people drive on the left here!

Did you like the song? Then, have a look at the lyrics and rehearse for a while before singing the karaoke version at the end:

Saturday, December 24, 2011

All I Want for Christmas . . . Is You!

I hope you enjoy this song. You shouldn't just listen to it, but try to do something more challenging: Select the appropriate game mode for you (beginning or intermediate) and let me know how it was. Then, when you feel ready, press on the karaoke version . . . and have lots of fun!

Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You, Music Video, Song Lyrics and Karaoke

Merry Christmas for my Dear Students!

I wish you a very merry Christmas and I hope all your dreams will come true in 2012.
Big hugs,

Thursday, December 15, 2011

The USA and the 13 Colonies: A WebQuest

These days we will be working on a WebQuest dealing with both your Social Studies and English lessons. I hope you enjoy it and learn many things. You can click here to see it.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Three Constitutions

On 6 December Spanish people remember the day we ratified our Constitution. A constitution is the set of rules that establish the structure and duties of a government. It also guarantees certain rights to the people. This is what we celebrated two days ago.

Here you can read, think and learn about our own constitution, and about that of the United Kingdom and the United States of America. Just click on this link, and then, go to the activities section.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

World AIDS Day

December 1 has been World AIDS Day for 30 years. It is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection. 

Even though there have been recent improvement of the treatment for this disease, it still takes million of lives every year. As you should know, one of the most important things to remember is prevention.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

November 25th is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The aim on this day is to raise public awareness of this big problem. Have a look at this video and take your stand.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Thanksgiving Day

Tomorrow American people will celebrate Thanksgiving Day. You already learned in class about the history of the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving feast. Here you are a funny video for you to sing.

Happy turkey day!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

No Handed Bike Moves

Rosie would also like to share this video with you. I hope you enjoy it!

"Golden Tree" by Martin Brooks from Ninian Doff on Vimeo.

Slang Presentation

Here is Rosie's presentation on slang. You enjoyed it a lot in class and I hope you can learn more things once it is here.

Good luck!


Sunday, November 20, 2011

Put a Book in your Life

This week we will work on a didactic unit to promote and foster reading among the students at our school. The main objective will be to create some kind of expectation for the forthcoming school book fair, which will be held soon (on 1 and 2 December). 

Click here, go then to contents and activities and don't forget to put a book in your life! You won't regret it!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

The food of the Plymouth Colony

This work is our.
By : Ángela Macías Gómez 4ºB
Maria Guerrero Tascón 4ºD
Maria Jarana Ganfornina 4ºD
Trabajo de Ingles

Towards American Independence

As you know, these days we are working on the origins of the American independence. Last week you made your presentations on different aspects of the life of the puritan pilgrims (the first English colonists).  Now we will learn about the way in which life in the colonies evolved, we will review what you studied in your history lessons and we will learn some new facts and details.

Here you are the worksheets that we will use in class:

You can click here to see the video.

After the Continental Congress in Philadelphia and once the war had started, there were several battles between the two armies. The Battle of Saratoga was a very important one, can you guess why? Click here to see another video and answer the following questions posting a comment:

1. When did the Battle of Saratoga take place?
2. Why was it so important?
3. What European country helped America in an important way?
4. Give the exact dat for the British surrender.
5. What is the name of the peace treaty that recognised American independence?
6. What ideas inspired the American Revolution?

Saturday, November 12, 2011

The clothes of pilgrims and Wampanoag

We are going to talk about the clothes of the pilgrims and Wampanoag.

The pilgrims women wore a garter because she tie up the stocking with the garter and they wore a petticoat.
After these clothing they wore another petticoat, a shirt-jacket and a coif.
The pilgrims men wore more clothes than the women. The pilgrims men wore breeches and also wore garters and stocking.

The clothes of the wampanoag were much less modest than the pilgrims. Both men and women wore jewelry, clothings were hand-painted. Men wore only a loincloth of soft  deerskin, and went barefoot.

By: Mª Teresa Monge, Trinidad Macías

Monday, November 7, 2011

Hello to Everybody!!

Hi, I'm José Manuel and I'm 15 years old, My birthday is in 21 of November. I love do sport, specially football. I also like listening to music and goingo out with my friends. Now my hair is short and my hair is black. My eyes are greys. I'm a nice person and I also am funny. I have one sister and her name is Isabel Maria and she is 14 years old and that's all.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

The First Thanksgiving

The pilgrims celebrated the thanksgiving day as part of their religion. The actually holiday stem from the feast heald. This holiday now is called as "turkey day".

The reason for the voyage

The reason for the voyage is about the pilgrims are separated from the church to boot your reform therefore decide to travel to Amsterdam and then take a second ship and travel to Leiden.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Tips for Bilingual Students

Here are some tips you should take into account to improve your English and your marks at school. They include general tips and specific tips to get better writing skills. You will also have a direct link from the left hand-side column of this blog so that you can access them any time you need.

Tips for Students

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

General by Dispatch

Let's thank Rosie, our great language assistant, for the beautiful song she had prepared for today's class. Here you are the song and the lyrics:

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

The Phantom of the Opera

Very soon we will begin reading the adapted version of The Phantom of the Opera, by Gaston Leroux. As you will see, the novel takes place in the Paris Opera House. You can click here to get some information about interesting aspects of the building and here to enjoy some beautiful pictures of the place.

Moreover you can make a virtual tour of the building as you listen to some extracts from the musical. Enjoy the video!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Zombie Jamboree

Do you know what a zombie jamboree is? Well, listen to the song as you watch the video and you'll get an idea. Apparently, there's a zombie jamborie on an island . . . Which island is it? What problem does one of the zombies have?

Have a very happy Halloween, and let me know if you go to a zombie jamboree!!!!!!

If you don't have the chance to go, don't worry. You can always visit this website and review some things.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Sonia Muñoz.

Hello, my name is Sonia. In this text I’m going to talk about me.
I’m 15 years old and I live in Lebrija; I was born on 15th of May of 1996 in Seville.
I’m thin and small. My curly hair is long and brown. My eyes are brown.
I’m smiling, nice, generous, I love go out with my friends and go to the parties. I like listen to music and chatting with my friends. I hate history.
I have got one brother. He’s name is David and he is 8 years old. He seems to me.
Bye :)
Kisses XXX.

Hello class !:)

Hello I'm Juan Jesús Romero. I'm 14 years old and mi birthay is 22 of december.
I am tall, mi hair is long and brown.
I love the sport especially the motorbikes, This moment isn't the best year of motorcycle races because the last weekend Marcos Simoncelli, a pilot of Moto GP die in a race and this is very bad...
I love the music louder and this is one of my favourite songs in english...

Byee !:)

María Salido :)

Hello Elena!
My name is Maria Salido Garrido, in this text I talk about me.
I am 15 years old, I was born in Albacete in 4th of February.
My hair is long and browm, I am small.. I am very talkative, genorus, I love parties and shopping,I dislike study biology and history.
I have got one little brother, his name is Carlos. He is 11 years old. I love his, because is my only brother and he is very simpathic.
This is my favorite song in English :

Hello Elena:)

Hello Elena, I´m Elena of 4th bilingual. I talk about me.
I´m 15 years old,my birthay is 29 of July. I will want study, pedagogy. I like listen to music, go to shopping, play movil phoned. I have got one brother a one sister, my brother´s name is Juan Diego, he is pedagogue, and my sister´s name is Sara, she is in the last year of  study, teacher. My hobbits are going to the party, reading, and the Semana Santa. My favourite color are blue and green.
This is the most important about me. :)
See you tomorrow! Bye kisses!
This is my favourite song, in english.


My name is Lidia Herrera Rueda. I'm 15 years old and my birthday is 5 February.
I live in Lebrija (Seville) and I study in El fontanal. I like ride in horse, out with my friends, go party, go shopping, listening to music and play in the computer :)
In the summer, I was in Cadiz of holiday and I went all the days to the beach and the swimming pool.

Bye, kisses :)

Monday, October 24, 2011

Plymouth Colony

Once we see the interesting videos and slides about Plimoth Plantation we'll begin with our research on this topic. For this, you should follow these instructions carefully:
1. The members of each group will concentrate on the topic they have to study. They will read the information provided in the website (I'll give you the link).
2. Each group will briefly explain the information they have understood to the rest of the class, using plain English. For this presentation, they will also use the computer and the overhead projector.
3. The rest of the class will carefully listen to the speakers, asking for clarification when necessary. They will take notes on this worksheet.
4. Apart from the oral presentation, each group will post an article in this blog, summing up the main information.
5. The dates for each presentation will be agreed on in class.

These are the groups, the topics and the websites:
Group 1: Raúl, Sergio and Alfredo. Topic: Reasons for the voyage. Click here and here.
Group 2: María S., Alberto, Claudia and peña. Topic: The voyage: journey. Click here.
Group 3: José Manuel, Pedro, and Luis. Topic: The voyage: ship. Click here
Group 4: Marta, Sonia, and Inés. Topic: Daily life: housing. Click here.
Group 5: Beatriz, Trini, and Teresa. Topic: Daily life: clothes. Click here.
Group 6: María G., María J., and Ángela. Topic: Daily life: food. Click here.
Group 7: Benito G., Alfonso, and Emilio. Topic: Daily life: chores. Click here.
Group 8: Lidia, Ana, and Elena.  Topic: Daily life: school. Click here.
Group 9: Benito V., Rafael, and Antonio.  Topic: Daily life: games. Click here.
Group 10: Javier, Juan Jesús and José Alejandro. Topic: Thanksgiving feast. Click here.

Sunday, October 23, 2011

The Very Origins of the United States of America

Have you ever thought about the reason why people speak English in the USA? We will devote some time to think about it and we will do some reaserach on it. To begin with, let's have a look at the videos and slide presentation in this interesting website.

Do You Speak English?

I know you can speak English, can't you? Have a look at this funny video and let me know what you understand. Did you find it funny?

Let's meet our pen pals!

Very soon we'll write our first letter to our pen pals. Would you like to know where they live and study? If you skim this website you'll get a lot of information about them. Make sure you are able to answer these questions and send a comment with the answers:

1. What is the name of the school?
2. What is the name of the town where the school is?
3. In the USA there are 50 states. Which is the state where the school is? (Perhaps you'll have to click here.)
4. Which is the county to which it belongs?
5. Have a look at the location of the state in this map. What is the capital of the state where our penpals live? Which is the ocean their state borders?

I'm waiting for your answers!

Present Simple, Present Continuous and 'Used to'

As you know, in unit 1 we have studied, among other things, Present Simple and Present Continuous. I think it's time to review both tenses. From here you will have access to explanations regarding their forms and uses, together with activities to check your knowledge. 

Moreover, if you click here you can do an activity to distinguish one from the other.

Would you like to do something more challenging? Click here and complete the text!

Since we also learn the form and use of used to to talk about repeated actions and events in the past, you can click here, to review it.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Hi Elena, I'm doing a game that it is to practice English, like a quiz.
I hope in 1 month that will be finished.
I only have done this, yet.

I havent done your mouth yet because I dindnt know how to draw the it.

see you :)

(I do it in a post because I can't post a comment)


My name is: Beatriz Pascual-Vaca. I'm 15 years old. I live in Lebrija. I am study 4º ESO the name of school is: I.E.S El Fontanal. I love sing flamenco, ride a horse and play volleyball. one day a week I will sing the Peña "Pepe Montaraz".
I don't like study and math!! I like History and plastic.

bye bye! friends and teacher :D

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Hello again class ! :)

Well as everybody knows my name is Alberto , this is the 4th year that we are together , and is the last too.
This year we have to study hard to get the graduate because next year we are going to study in another high schol and then go to university to be someone in life .
I´m 15 years old and I´m from Lebrija .
I love play the piano and the guitar , and I hope Elena let me to play de piano at the end of course.
I like do sport such as swimming and playing football , go to gym and others sports.
At the weekend I go out with my friends and I do things that during the week I don´t have enough time to do .
In the future I would like to be an aerospace engineer , it´s too difficult but I think with a little of effort all is possible !
Hugs for everybody ! :)
Pd:I was going to put here the song that I wanna play but ... I want to be a surprise ;)

Monday, October 17, 2011


My name is Claudia. I’m 16 years old. I live in Lebrija. I have a one brother. He’s name is Carlos.
I love going to the shopping centre and I go out with my friends. I like listen to music pop and read a book. Now I am reading "El Secreto". This is a good book.
My favourites subjects are English and biology.
This is my presentation, I hope do you like it.

Hello class ! :)

My name is María Jarana. I'm 14 years old. I live in Lebrija.
I love going to the shopping centre with my sister-in-law, I love listening pop and flamenco music, and sometimes I listen rock music.
I like going out with my friends, (I think they are the best :P ).
My favourites subject are english, french and geography, buy I don't like history and maths...
In my free time I read a book, now I am reading "Mi vida en el paraiso", it is a fantastic book.
I hope do you like its ! ^^


Hi, my name is Benito Gomez and I am the best student.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Hello everybody!!

Hello, my name is Raúl. I am 15 years old. I live in Lebrija, a wonderful town.
I have got one brother, his name is Antonio. He is older than me 6 years.
In my free time I like play football, go out with my friends, read books related to
football, swim in the pool and go to my field, but what I like most is the Easter of
Lebrija is very very beautiful.

Hello class! Hi Elena! :)

Hi everybody! My name is Ángela.
I´m 15 years old. I live in Lebrija, but I have family in Madrid and in Seville.
I loving going to shopping, listenning to music and I like going to the parties with my friends on weekend! I hate Study History because this subject never like me.
For what I see in the comments of my friends nobody like study history, haha!
This summer I go to Madrid because my cousin to marry. All my family went an hotel of Madrid, and we enjoy it!
In winter, I go to play tennis and I go to the School "Virgen del castillo" for study French in the Official School of Languages.
Now, i am do my homework!
Kisses :)

Hello everybody!

Hello my name is Sergio , I am 15 years old, I live in Lebrija ,I have a sister , I like play the guitar , play tennis , going out with my friends and the motorbikes.
I hate study history but I like biology.