21-Days Challenge made easier!

Hello, boys and girls in 6th grade!

Today I’ve got great news for you. I’ve prepared the 21-Days Challenge in a more convenient way for you to complete it. Come on, go for it!

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Blue Mango Theatre comes back to our school

Today all the school students -from P3 to 6th- watched several plays by The Blue Mango Theatre, at the school gym and both the kids and the teachers had a fantastic time. I’d like to share some photos from the Goldilocks and the Sherlock show 🙂

 

5th Grade: Some new games for the holidays

Dear 5th graders,

Here you’ve got the two games you asked for: The Acting Activity (remember to start in A1) and the Interactive Dictation (remember to start in Grade 1).

Have a lovely weekend! ❤ ❤ ❤

Speaking activity: https://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/skills/speaking-skills-practice

Interactive dictation: http://www.learner.org/interactives/spelling/spelling.html?s=g1

Mystery Song: Don’t Stop Me Now

Last week’s mystery song was Don’t Stop Me Now, by Queen:

6th grade: U5 21 days challenge

Dear 6th graders,

In Lessons Planning calendar you’ll find a 21-weekday Challenge to get to the English Key Competence Tests fresh as a rose :DDD

Enjoy every one of these days!

Mystery Song: Kiss Me

This week’s mystery song has been Kiss Me, by Sixpence None The Richer. Congratulations to all the students who found out its title (and/or band)!:

40 years ago…

Once upon a time there was a 14 year-old girl whose one of her favorite subjects was English. She had a fantastic teacher, Ms. Butiñà, who used music to teach one of the tougher parts of language for a teen -that is, grammar.

The LP -I mean, real long algo- was by The Solid British Hat Band and it included some black pearls, like Present Continuous Baby to teach the fore mentioned verbal tense to EFL students.

As you have probably already guessed, that girl is behind these lines nowadays – and has found this absolute treasure in the shape of a lyrics video, which is sharing with her 5th graders right now 🙂

Mystery Song: Gold

Last week’s mystery song was Gold, by Spandau Ballet:

Epals exchange between 6th Grade and Butternut Elementary

Our 6th graders are keeping a regular email contact with 7th graders from Butternut, Wisconsin, consisting in exchanging cultural and personal information through fortnightly messages. The school is Butternut Elementary and we have contacted through epals.com

Our students are really excited to learn about their new epals and are eager to send and receive news from their American friends.

Another epals exchange will take place later in May-June between our 5th graders and a class in North Dakota that is learning about Spain.

Mystery Song: New section for 6th grade class

Starting last week, the 6th grade group is facing a new challenge each week -a listening activity consisting of guessing the title of a well-known pop song as well as the singer/band who played it. This activity scores 10 points in Listening abilities and 10 more points in Attitude towards study. There’s a whole week to solve the exercise and on Fridays each week we’ll have a sing along.

The solution to last week Mystery song is Why Can’t I Be You?, by The Cure.