miércoles, 16 de diciembre de 2015

Deck the halls

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viernes, 11 de diciembre de 2015

ENTREGA DE TRABAJOS

SE RECUERDA AL ALUMNADO DE QUINTO Y SEXTO QUE EL LUNES ES EL ÚLTIMO DÍA PARA LA ENTREGA DE CUALQUIER TRABAJO ATRASADO.
                              TEACHER SOL

miércoles, 9 de diciembre de 2015

AMERICAN FESTIVITIES

Exposición oral sobre fiestas Americanas: CHRISTMAS, EASTER, THANKSGIVING DAY, HALLOWEEN.

lunes, 23 de noviembre de 2015

QUESTION AND ANSWER

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
1.    Where was Columbus born?
a.     He was born in Genoa, Italy.
2.    Where did he die?
a.     He died in Valladolid.
3.    What was Columbus?
a.     He was an explorer and navigator.
4.    Who financed his journey?
a.     King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella financed Columbus’ journey.
5.    When did Columbus discover the “New World”?
a.     Columbus discovered the “New World” in 1492.
6.    Where did Catholic King and Queen rule?
a.     They ruled in Spain.
7.    Who did Catholic king and Queen expelled to?
a.     They expelled to the Muslims.
8.    Martín Alonso Pinzón captained__Pinta___
9.    Vicente Yañez Pinzón captained  ___Niña___
10.                      Where was Rodrigo de Triana born?
a.     He was born in Seville.
11.                      Where was Rodrigo de Triana when they discovered the “New World”?
a.     He was in the crow’s nest.
12.                    What did Hernán Cortés do?
a.     He defeated the Aztec empire and claimed Mexico for Spain.
13.                      What did Pizarro discover?
a.     He discovered the Pacific Ocean.
14.                      What did Pizarro found?
a.     Pizarro founded Lima as new capital.
15.                      Where was Francis Drake born?
a.     He was born in England.
16.                      What was he?
a.     He was a pirate.
17.                      Where was Bartolomeu Roberts born?
a.     He was born in Wales.
18.                      What did he drink?
a.     He drank tea
19.                      Where was Mary Read born?
a.     She was born in Wales
20.                      What was she?
a.     She was a soldier and a pirate.
21.                      Where was Anne Bonny born?
a.     She was born in Ireland
22.                      How did she dress?
a.     She dressed as a young man
23.                      What was Calicó Jack?
a.     He was an English Pirate.
24.                      What was Edward Teach recognized by?

a.     He was recognized by his big, black beard and his clothes.

jueves, 19 de noviembre de 2015

THE BAD PIRATE

The Bad Pirate






Black Eyes, the pirate, lived on a pirate ship. A flag, the Jolly Roger hung from a mast and waved back and forth when the wind blew. A lot of other pirates lived on the ship with him and they did not like Black Eyes. He was not a nice person. He didn’t let them eat much food and when they ate, all that was left was stale bread and apples with worms in them. Black Eyes ate the fruit and vegetables. He didn’t let them sleep. He made them stay up late to swab the deck after dark and they also had to shine Black Eyes’ gold for him. He did not share his gold and treasure. He kept it all to himself. Black Eyes was a bad pirate.
One day, when the ship had been at sea for two weeks, one of the pirates, Skull, went up the mast and stood in the crow’s nest. A crow didn’t live in the nest. Pirates just called it a crow’s nest. Skull took out his spyglass and looked across the sea. “I see an island over there!” Captain Black Eyes told Skull to come down from the crow’s nest and they set sail for the island.
Skull told one of the other pirates to lower the anchor. It fell into the deep water. Black Eyes and a few of the other pirates got into a small wooden boat and rowed to the island. “When we get to the island, I want you to go and find some coconuts,” Black Eyes told Skull. “The rest of the pirates will stay on the sand and polish my gold and then we’ll bury it.”
Skull jumped out of the rowing boat and pulled it onto the sand. He ran into the trees to find some coconuts. The other pirates rubbed the gold with their shirts and got it all shiny. Black Eyes sat in the grass under a tree and let them do all the work. “Bury my gold.” The pirates had to dig a deep hole in the sand and put all the gold into it. “Cover it up now!” They pushed the sand back on top of the gold and filled the hole in.
Skull came back with a few coconuts. “Is that all you got?” Black Eyes asked. “Go back and find some more. All of you go with Skull and help him find more. I want more!” Black Eyes lay down and took a nap while the others went into the trees to look for coconuts.
When he woke up he didn’t see his rowing boat. He didn’t see the pirate ship. Skull and the other pirates had rowed back to the big ship and sailed away while the Captain took his nap. They had dug up all his gold and taken it with them too! Black Eyes was mad. He was on an island and he was alone, with no gold, no pirate ship, and no rum.
Just then a parrot flew down from a tree. “Yo ho hoho, a pirate’s life for me!” The parrot sang.
The parrot’s name was Patches. Patches and Black Eyes stayed on the island for the rest of their lives. Black Eyes had to eat coconuts and listen to Patches sing every single day. If only he’d been nicer to the other pirates, but, ah well, he was not!

miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2015

PEOPLE IN HISTORY

A CONTINUACIÓN UN BREVE RESUMEN DE LOS PROTAGONISTAS DE NUESTRO PROYECTO (SE TRABAJARÁ EN CLASE):

PEOPLE IN HISTORY

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS
                He was born in 1551in Genoa, Italy and he died in 1506 in Valladolid. He was an explorer and navigator. He participated in expeditions to Africa. He studied about the sea and how to navigate. Colon lived in Lisbon and he decided to travel to Asia following a different route. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain financed his journey. He discovered the “New World” in 1492.

CATHOLIC KING AND QUEEN OF SPAIN
Queen Isabella was born in 1451 and she died in 1504.
King Ferdinand was born in 1452 and he died in 1516.
They got married in 1469 and they had five children. They gave money to Columbus to finance his journey. They ruled in Spain and they expelled the Muslims.

PINZÓN
Martin Alonso Pinzón was born in 1441 in Palos de la Frontera (Huelva) and he died in 1493. He was a navigator and explorer. He captained the Pinta during Columbus’ first journey to the “New World” in 1492.
Vicente YañezPinzón was born in 1463 in Palos de la Frontera (Huelva) and he died in 1523. He was a navigator. He captained the Niña during Columbus’ first journey to the “New World” in 1492.

RODRIGO DE TRIANA
He was born in 1469 in Seville and he died in 1535 in Africa. He was a sailor. He was in the Santa Maria during Columbus’ first journey to the “New World” in 1492. He was in the crow’s nest when he saw the “New World”.
HERNÁN CORTÉS
He was born in 1485 and he died in Spain in 1547. He was a Spanish conqueror and explorer who defeated the Aztec empire and claimed Mexico for Spain.
FRANCISCO PIZARRO
He was born in 1476 in Spain. He was an explorer and conqueror. He helped Balboa to discover the Pacific Ocean. In 1532, Pizarro and his brothers conquered Peru and he founded Lima as new Capital. He was assassinated in Lima

PIRATES

FRANCIS DRAKE
He was born around 1540 in England and he died in 1596. He was involved in piracy and illicit slave trading. He was a pirate. He was the leader of an expedition intended to pass around South America. He was knighted by Queen Elisabeth I and he saw action in the English defeat of the Spanish Armada.

BARTOLOMEU ROBERTS
John Roberts was born in 1682 in Wales and he died in 1722. He was a sailor but he was kidnapped by a pirate. He became a pirate and the captain of the ship. He was the only pirate who didn’t drink alcohol, he drank tea.

MARY READ
She was born in London in 1697. She was a soldier and a pirate. She worked with Anne Bonny and Calicó Jack. She dressed as a boy and a young man.

ANNE BONNY
She was born around 1700 in Ireland. She fell in love with Calicó Jack and they stole a ship.She became an Irish pirate. Anna dressed as a young man and she behave as a man.

CALICO JACK
                He was born around 1680 and he died in 1720. He was an English pirate. He was famous by his clothes, his great feasts (hazañas) and his passions: rum and women. He was captured and hanged in 1720.

EDWARD TEACH (BLACKBEARD)

                He was born around 1680 in Bristol and he was killed in 1718 by English sailors and soldiers. He was a feared pirate. He was recognized by his big, black beard and his clothes. He sailed around the Caribbean and the American coast.

martes, 17 de noviembre de 2015

JOBS AND PEOPLE

CAPTAIN

I’M THE OWNER OF THE PIRATE SHIP. I’M IN CHARGE OF THE ENTIRE SHIP. I’M RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFE NAVIGATION OF THE SHIP, THE PASSENGERS AND CREW.

HELMSMAN/
HELMSWOMAN
I OBSERVE THE SEA FOR OTHER SHIPS, FLOATING OBJECTS,ICEBERGS…
I HAVE TO APPLY THE HELM ORDERS GIVEN BY THE CAPTAIN.

SAILORS

I’M RESPONSIBLE FOR REPAIRING AND PREPARING EQIPMENT. I ALSO HAVE TO SCRUB THE DECKS AND CLEAN THE LIVING AND DINING ROOMS.

CREW

WE’VE GOT DIFFERENT JOBS IN THE SHIP.


CABIN BOY
I’M FIFTEEN YEARS-OLD. I HELP IN THE GALLEY AND CARRY BUCKETS OF FOOD FROM THE GALLEY TO THE DINING ROOM WHERE THE CREW EAT.

lunes, 16 de noviembre de 2015

miércoles, 4 de noviembre de 2015

¿qué tengo que saber?

WHAT DO I HAVE TO LEARN?
v  NOMBRE DE LAS EMBARCACIONES:
Ø  SHIP
Ø  BOAT
Ø  CARAVEL
v  PARTES DEL BARCO:
Ø  CROW’S NEST
Ø  DECK
Ø  HULL
Ø  HELM
Ø  SHIP’S COMPASS
Ø  SHIP’S HOLD
Ø  ANCHOR
Ø  BOW
Ø  STERN
Ø  PORT
Ø  STARBOARD
Ø  SAIL
Ø  MAIN MAST
Ø  CANNON
Ø  CABIN
Ø  SKULL
Ø  FLAG
v  DAR INDICACIONES:
Ø  YOU’RE IN …
Ø  TURN RIGHT
Ø  TURN LEFT
Ø  TURN AROUND
Ø  GO PAST
Ø  GO ALONG
Ø  GO ON
Ø  GO STRAIGHT ON
Ø  GO TO THE END
Ø  GO BACK
Ø  SQUARE
Ø  THE TREASURE IS…
Ø  ON
Ø  IN
Ø  UNDER
Ø  NEXT TO
Ø  NEAR
Ø  OPPOSITE
Ø  IN FRONT OF
Ø  BETWEEN
Ø  BEHIND
v  PRODUCTOS DE AMERICA:
Ø  TOMATO
Ø  POTATO
Ø  TOBACCO
Ø  EGGPLANT
Ø  COURGETTE
Ø  CORN
Ø  COCOA
Ø  SUNFLOWER SEED
Ø  PEANUT
Ø  TURKEY
Ø  PUMPKIN
Ø  PEPPER
    VANILLA
Ø  CHILLI
Ø  AVOCADO
Ø  PAPAYA
BEANS
PINEAPPLE

v  VERBO TO HAVE EN PASADO
Ø  I HAD 
Ø  YOU HAD 
Ø  HE HAD 
Ø  SHE HAD 
Ø  IT HAD 
Ø  WE HAD 
Ø  YOU HAD 
Ø  THEY HAD 

MY CARAVEL HAD A FLAG
MY CARAVEL HAD THREE CANNONS

v  THERE WAS / THERE WERE
Ø  IN AMERICA THERE WAS CORN BUT IN SPAIN THERE WASN’T CORN.
Ø  IN AMERICA THERE WERE TOMATOES BUT IN SPAIN THERE WEREN’T TOMATOES.
v  JOBS AND PEOPLE:
Ø  CAPTAIN
Ø  HELMSMAN/HELMSWOMAN
Ø  CABIN BOY
Ø  SAILOR
Ø  CREW
v  FESTIVITIES:
Ø  HALLOWEEN
Ø  EASTER
Ø  CHRISTMAS

Ø  THANKSGIVING DAY