viernes, 30 de enero de 2009


On 30th January we celebrate the School Peace and Non-violence Day, and we have been making our own origami paper cranes in the classroom. Paper cranes are considered a symbol of peace in many countries. Here is the result of our work.

Sports and Peace

Please, read this text for the next class. Olga

Hello guys!!! I would like you to have a look at this website. We will talk about it next week. Have a nice weekend!! Olga (The best Physical Education teacher)

miércoles, 28 de enero de 2009


Do you want to play ?
Here, it is a webquest about matter .Remember the ID worksheet number 83464.Try it.When you have all the answers , write them in a piece of paper and give it to me.


viernes, 23 de enero de 2009

Peace and Non-Violence Day 30th January

There are some possible activities we can do to commemorate this date:
In the first place, we will learn some facts about the life of Mohandas Gandhi, one of the founders of the Non-Violence movement.

Secondly, you will have to look for words of expressions related to Peace in the following wordsearch.
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Finally, you will use a piece of paper and your own hands to create an Origami Peace Crane. for more information about its meaning and the folding instructions, click HERE. Or you may be interested in following the instructions on this animation.

martes, 6 de enero de 2009


Hogmanay is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year in the Scottish manner.
The Hogmanay custom of singing "Auld Lang Syne" has become common in many countries. "Auld Lang Syne" is a traditional poem reinterpreted by Robert Burns, which was later set to music. It is now common for this to be sung in a circle of linked arms that are crossed over one another as the clock strikes midnight for New Year's Day.

For the full lyrics and meaning of "Auld Lang Syne" click HERE