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08-05 English Breakfast

5 800x600The English breakfast, also known as “full English breakfast” is a complete meal consisting of bacon, eggs, British sausage, backed beans, fried tomato, fried mushrooms, black pudding, and fried and toasted bread. The tradition of breakfast started in the Middle Ages. At this time, there were usually only two meals a day; breakfast...

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08-05 Our English Week

week993 800x600Our classes have been transformed into different famous monuments and places in London to celebrate the English week. The students in secondary have also created a great number of games in order to teach the younger ones some information and culture about England. It’s been enjoyable and wonderful to see them working together.

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20-05 Enjoying our English Breakfast!

4One of the best ways to know a country is through its cuisine. Therefore, on Friday April 24, as part of the programme of activities of the English Week, students from third and fourth grade attended the school dining hall in order to enjoy a typical English breakfast. This traditional meal included delicious sausages, scrambled eggs and bacon, accompanied...

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07-05 English week in Infants!

25 800x600Theory? No! Notes? No! Long and tedious explanations? No! We have lived the English week at the Hispano Inglés School by getting to know a little bit about different English speaking countries. We have come closer to each of these different countries and found out about a typical meal, the currency used and a typical dress as well as the different...

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13-06 Monsters Project

imagen-monsterIt is a great pleasure to show you a project done by the students of 3rd A of primary that has taken place from September to June. Every week one student had to take the book to make a monster. The final result is a monsters book filled with hard work and excitement of students and families. The work...

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12-06 Interviewing foreign pepole and having fun

P1000856 webEvery year The English Department organises an interesting activity for 1º ESO students which has two main goals. On the one hand students have to spend a couple of hours interviewing foreign people so they have the chance of practising their speaking skills. On the other hand we combine this day with the end of the year tryp since...

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26-05 Our English Week 2014

imagen english weekFrom the 28th to the 30th of March, an annual English Week was successfully held. Our goal was to encourage and motivate students as well as experience a different school life.Every April 23rd Saint George’s Day takes place and is celebrated at Hispano Inglés school. This year, we have decorated our...

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30-04 Our English Week

2Durante la semana del 22 al 26 de abril y con motivo de la celebración de “Saint George’s Day”, el Colegio Hispano Inglés ha celebrado una semana temática que hemos llamado “Our English Week”. Todos los alumnos de E. Infantil y Primaria han participado en diversas actividades culturales...

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30-04 GUESS Who I Am?

2We organized a dress-up class with our students. It was one of the biggest events in the English Week. Pupils had to choose their own names which could represent real English people, celebrities, animated characters, places, buildings, historical figures… After deciding who they wanted to be and preparing the clues...

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30-04 Saint George´s Day

8We discovered some versions of the legend of Saint George slaying the dragon, different characters, endings, etc. After that we invited our pupils to create a class play. They celebrated Saint George’s Day writing their own dialogues for the scenes which integrated imagination and real life experience. That was a great opportunity...

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25-04 Herbarium

1Kids in year 5 have been working on a different project, creating their own herbarium. Although they had already worked on plants before, they had never done this activity. In groups, they collected some Canary plants, deciduous and evergreen trees, exotic plants and some others. They brought them to class...

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04-04 How to Extend English Learning Beyond the Classroom

2A workshop is a seminar or small group that meets to explore some subject develop a skill or technique carry out a creative project, etc. Giving lessons in the classroom is the traditional way of teaching, but learning a language should not be limited in the classroom. How do you know how students are...

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02-04 Happy ST. PATRICK’S DAY!

1 640x480Cada 17 de marzo tiene lugar la celebración de San Patricio, la cual tiene una gran importancia en los países de habla inglesa, sobre todo en Irlanda donde es un día de fiesta nacional. En el colegio, los alumnos de cuatro años han descubierto la figura del duende (Leprechaun), los tréboles y la...

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29-03 A tour around our town- Santa Cruz de Tenerife

1 640x480Our students went on a tour last Friday to discover some information about Santa Cruz. They will make some leaflets which they’ll give to the tourists who are visiting us. They have also interviewed some tourists to know their opinions about our town. As usually, we want our students to realize...

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21-03 Using newgrance to improve student´s creativity

3Newgrange was constructed over 5,000 years ago (about 3,200 B.C.), making it older than Stonehenge in England and the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. Newgrange was built during the Neolithic or New Stone Age by a farming community that prospered on the rich lands of the Boyne Valley. Knowth and Dowth are similar mounds that together with Newgrange have been designated a World Heritage ...

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20-03 Town Practice

27 640x480Last Friday, our pupils traipsed around Santa Cruz to meet foreign people who were visiting Santa Cruz de Tenerife. They asked them questions about Saint Patrick's Day, Ireland and Tenerife and had the opportunity to put into practice their oral skill. It was an awesome experience!
 
 

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20-03 Promoting Active Listening in Bilingual Schools Through Music

3 640x480Children in bilingual schools who not only learn English as a second language, but also learn in English as well as in their first language, have a complex curriculum and therefore need to have highly developed listening skills. Often their attention is lost and they do not attend well to instructions or explanations. This may lead to poor performance academically and sometimes to frustration for teachers who must contend...

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18-03 How to celebrate Saint Patrick (more photos)

1 640x480At Hispano Inglés School we are celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day doing different activities.

 How can you celebrate it ?

 

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25-11 What is creativity?

Do you think you are creative? Do you think your students are creative? All of them? Some of them? Alas, only very few of them? Do you think you can call yourself lucky if you have one or two creative students in a lifetime?

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23-11 Self evaluation in the English Classroom

During the last 10 years there has been a surge of interest in self-assessment methodologies in foreign/second language education.  Work has been undertaken in many parts of the world and several reports on the theoretical and practical implications of using self-assessment techniques have emerged.

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