Thursday, January 30, 2014
Friday, January 17, 2014
On every 16th January in the U.S.A Martin Luther King Day (MLK Day) is celebrated. He was a leader of the Civil Rights movement in 1960s in America. He hoped that black people and white people would begin to live together peacefully, with equal rights. In 1964, King received the Nobel Peace Prize.
At schools, we continue dreaming about equality and peace. Our school is preparing some activities for the Peace Day such as songs, wallpapers, dances and a charity market.What about getting start with this video? Enjoy it !
Friday, January 10, 2014
Last December, 6th level students wrote letters to students from Chicago who are studing Spanish Language. Their teacher is a Kate's friend, our conversation assistant. They have received the letters and this is the proof:
"It was so exciting to come back to school and find letters from our sevillano pen pals!!!! Thanks Kate...my kids were so happy and impressed with how well your kids can already speak English! can't wait to send some letters back!!!
Now they are going to write to us!!
Monday, January 06, 2014
When a new year starts, people think they have to change something in their lifes. They write some resolutions. A resolution is a promise you make to yourself.
Here we have some of them: