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What time is it?

A video to help young learners tell the time Talking clock

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Poet in New York by García Lorca

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 … Sigue leyendo

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Constitution Day (6th December)

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  

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Listening exams

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. British Council. Listening exams.  

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Short stories for kids by Shakespeare

You can watch short stories by Shakespeare and do activities about them

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Charles Dickens. Clásicos universales

Projects about Charles Dickens by students of 3 ESO at IES Mediterráneo after the reading of “A Christmas Carol” (Burlington). A Christmas Carol. Martina González de ROSAYL   A christmas carol by Ana y Micaela Charles Dickens by Blanca Cid … Sigue leyendo

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Day of Peace. Gandhi Timeline

A timeline of Mahatma Gandhi events created by students of 4 ESO at IES Mediterráneo after the reading of “Gandhi” (Ed. Burlington). Descargar PDF Gandhi by Paula Rueda from ROSAYL Gandhi by Julio Jáuregui from ROSAYL

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Reading. Short stories

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.

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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 … Sigue leyendo

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Violence against women, 25th November

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

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