A video to help young learners tell the time
Poet in New York is one of the most important books written by Lorca. It was produced while Federico García Lorca was a student at Columbia University in 1929-30. During his stay the stockmarket crashed in October 1929, an event which profoundly affected his poetic vision.
Here you can see different projects about the poems by students of 2 Bachillerato at IES Mediterráneo:
From Granada to New York by Julia Escámez
Poet in New York by Natalie Giles
On December 6, 1978, the Spanish people voted a new Constitution after forty years without democracy. Every 6th December we commemorate this Constitution.
Webquest: Constitution Day by Lola Cubillo
This section gives you help and advice for all types of listening tests and exams. We explain what you can do before a listening exam and during the exam to get top marks.
You can watch short stories by Shakespeare and do activities about them
Projects about Charles Dickens by students of 3 ESO at IES Mediterráneo after the reading of “A Christmas Carol” (Burlington).
A timeline of Mahatma Gandhi events created by students of 4 ESO at IES Mediterráneo after the reading of “Gandhi” (Ed. Burlington).
You have here some texts on various interesting subjects. You can practise reading comprehension and at the same time you will certainly learn something new.
Thanksgiving Day is a harvest festival that is celebrated in the U.S. and Canada (among other countries). Historically, Thanksgiving was intended to give thanks to God, but more recently has become a more secular holiday. In the U.S., Thanksgiving is observed on the fourth Thursday in November (Canada celebrates it on the second Monday in October).
The following Thanksgiving pages will provide you with great activities and resources for this day of being thankful. Ideas within this section include: thematic units, easy craft ideas, bulletin boards, coloring sheets, and Internet resources.
Ending violence against women and girls is a top priority for achieving the UN’s founding mission of peace, development and human rights.
Here you can find pages, texts and activities about violence against women http://www.isabelperez.com/violenceagainstwomen.htm