Congratulations to all of you for your work!
I’m very happy to share your book reviews here.
To finish our Project, I’d like you to read all the book reviews and choose one that you consider interesting. Write your opinion about it: What do you think about the book or story? Would you like to read it after you read this review? Why (not)?
The Little Prince by Sol
Marionettes, Inc. by Dolores and Sara
El Muro by Isabella and Trinidad
Spider Man Back in Black by Juan, Lorenzo and Ignacio
Little Red Riding Hood by Joaquina, Ema and Agostina
Deadpool by Santiago, Thiago and Pilar
Mitos y Dioses Griegos by Emilia and Felipe
Pinocchio by Isabel
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by Lilen
Congratulations to all of you for your Projects! I’m very happy to share them here.
Films are a great way of entertainment but they may often be much more than that as they can teach us valuable lessons in life. This short film called Aberto and Christian created by Fabricio, Alejo, Camilo and Pablo leaves us a really important message. Excellent acting by the way! And great editing skills, too! You can read the script here.
Talking about valuable lessons…what consequences can these things have at school when something like this happens and is shown by the news? Watch and judge by yourself in this film called News New York One made by Lourdes, Camila, Emilia, Valentín and Matías. And special thanks to Luján, History Teacher, Jimena, Joaquín and Matías for your collaboration and participation in the film, you deserve an Oscar Award! You can follow the script here.
If you enjoy film reviews, don’t miss these ones:
Argentine films by Martina M. Classic and modern films with a great insight into human behaviour.
The Hateful Eight by Abril. A well-known film by Quentin Tarantino.
Titanic by Martina G. A., Nerea and Juan. The famous love story that has made many hearts sigh.
Bee Movie by Athina, Ailén and Lola. A children’s animated film with a message.
So, get your popcorn, sit back and enjoy!
Welcome to the Project!
Let’s start by the beginning. We all have stories and books we love. For me, books are one of my treasured possessions. I love flipping the pages when I’m reading and I imagine the story visualizing everything in my mind. Reading is an incredibly fascinating and relaxing activity for me. When I was a child my mum read my sister and I a story at bedtime, or she invented a story herself and told it to us at the moment; of course, sometimes she changed some parts and we said, but that didn’t happen! My mum said, Oh, that’s because it was magical. So we were curious to see how the story continued…
When I was a child I loved stories about princesses and magical kingdoms. What about you?
What was your favourite story when you were a child? What was it about? Who was the best character? What was the best part ? Did you like the ending? Why (not)?
Do you have a favourite story now? But wait…don’t tell me now, that’s for your book reviews in the next part of our Project!
By now I’d like you to answer these questions by writing a comment.
The day has come to share your Projects, congratulations to all of you for your interesting work!
If you are curious about ancient enigmas underwater, watch this presentation about Atlantis by Sabina, Ángeles, Rebeca, Bianca and Julia.
Are you into mysteries like Area 51? Then have a look at this Prezi by Maite, Lucas, Joaquín and Franco.
How about listening to this podcast with some scary mysteries? Mobe’s podcast was created by Mateo and Beltrán.
What would you do if you had to find a way out in this situation? Listen to Escape Room podcast and find out. The story was invented by Nicolás, Julián, Felipe, Jano and Kevin.
If you enjoyed the previous stories, then read and watch The Mystery of the Talking Bird, a story by Santiago and Valentino. You won’t imagine the ending, but don’t worry, I’m not going to tell you, I don’t intend to spoil it, but you’ll be surprised…just watch and you’ll see!
Welcome for our Final Work Project!
People have been fascinated by mysteries since the beginning of humanity.
In groups, choose a mystery you are interested in and create a visual presentation, a video or a podcast about it.
If you like doing research, think about its origin, its connection with culture, an d your own reflection about it. Or, if you prefer, you can create your own mystery and choose one of the digital formats I’ve already suggested.
I really love mysteries and I can’t wait to know about the ones you’ve chosen!
Congratulations for your Padlet posters my dear second year students!! I’m very happy to share them here:
Ema, Juan, Juana, Emma, Ema, Tatiana and Francisco
Ian, Pedro and Martino
Lina, Camila and Rosario
Victoria, Martina R. and Sara
Martina M. and Martina P.
As you can see most of us can’t live without our favourite gadgets. What’s the most favourite of all? Take a look at your classmates’ Padlets and check.
Which Padlets do you like and why?
Congratulations dear third year students for your work!
Here is your collection of the digital walls you made with Padlet about our beautiful country:
Carlos Paz, Córdoba by Araceli, Florencia and Felipe.
La Rioja by Martina, Victoria, Azul, Marcos N. and Morena.
Jujuy by Candela, Santiago and Marcos I.
The Iguazú Falls by Lara, Valentina O. and Pía.
Bariloche by Guadalupe, Serrana and Valentín.
What do you like about them? Have a look and leave your comments.
Welcome to the Project!
In groups, you are going to make digital posters about your favourite gadgets.
But before, let’s think about the topic of technology. We live in a technological world. Many of the activities we do every day are with a gadget. So, what does technology mean to you? What gadget can’t you live without? Why?
You are very welcome to share your ideas in the comments for this post.