In this blog my students will find useful resources that will probably help them to improve their English.

It is going to be the "NOTEBOOK" where all my students can post their works.

Feel free to surf and I hope you enjoy it. And If you have a good idea to help us, please, share it with me!!

Monday, 26 September 2016

Resultado de imagen de history
A continuación tenéis unos enlaces a recursos para investigar y aprender más sobre historia.

LA MÁQUINA DEL TIEMPO
 LA MAQUINA DEL TIEMPO JUNTA CASTILLA LEÓN



¡¡Y aquí podéis probar otra máquina del tiempo!! 
¡¡No paramos de viajar!!
MAQUINA DEL TIEMPO



Sunday, 17 April 2016

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

What do you know about him?

 https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/short-stories/william-shakespeare 

ROMEO AND JULIET

 HAMLET

 Now, if you click on the picture you can watch 

and find out about some of his famous plays:

  Resultado de imagen de william shakespeare for kids

Friday, 12 February 2016

POPULATION

    You know that POPULATION is the number of people who inhabit a place.
     But do you know what are the biggest cities in the world, the cities with more population?

    Watch this video and you can discover it!


And what are the most populated countries?

Learn more about population.

Where do the most people live?
 
Four out of 10 people live in China or India. The United States is the next most populated country with about 320 million people. Remember, the U.S. is a big place, but many smaller countries are much more crowded.

Now you can read about the population in Asturias.                               

 SPAINAsturias

RECYCLING

Where can I recycle?

What can I do with my rubbish?

A very interesting webpage:  

https://www.recyclenow.com/

RECYCLING AROUND THE HOME

 PAPER, HOW IS IT RECYCLED?

PLASTICS, HOW IS IT RECYCLED?

FOOD WASTE, HOW IS IT RECYCLED?

CARTONS, HOW IS IT RECYCLED?

AND WHAT ABOUT A SONG???


 

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Saturday, 3 October 2015

GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE



   The European flag


The European flag is the symbol not only of the European Union but also of Europe's unity and identity among the peoples of Europe.

The European flag consists of 12 golden stars in a circle on a blue background.The number of stars has nothing to do with the number of member countries, though the circle is a symbol of unity.

In 1983, the European Parliament adopted the flag. In 1985, it was adopted by all EU leaders as the official emblem of the European. All European institutions now use this flag.
CLICK ON THE MAPS:




COUNTRIES OF EUROPE

Countries of Europe. Puzzle

Countries of Europe. Where is ... ?

Countries of Europe. Expert Plus. Sheppard Software

Click on the countries to learn their capitals.


PHYSICAL RELIEF OF EUROPE

Pysical relief of Europe. Where is ... ?
RIVERS OF EUROPE


Rivers of Europe. What's the name...?

Learn the bays, seas, and other ocean features around Europe
 by clicking on them.
Geo Quizz Europe . Geography map games

COASTS OF EUROPE

Coasts of Europe. What's the name...?
CAPITAL CITIES OF EUROPE

Capital cities of Europe. Where is ... ?
Train your brain with geography:

LET´S EXPLORE EUROPE
We come from different countries ans speak different languages, but this continent is the home we share. Come with me and let´s explore Europe together!!!
http://europa.eu/europago/explore/init.jsp?language=en


FLAGS OF EUROPE



CLICK AND PLAY A GAME:




THE EUROPEAN ANTHEM

The melody used to symbolise the EU comes from the Ninth Symphony 
composed in 1823 by Ludwig Van Beethoven.


LISTEN TO IT:


EUROPE DAY


The ideas behind the European Union were first put forward on 9 May 1950 by French foreign minister Robert Schuman. This is why 9 May is celebrated as the Europe Day.








EUROPE

CLICK AND PLAY...












MORE INTERACTIVE MAPS..?


For more practice...


Could you test your geography knowledge?