Monday, 28 December 2015

The French Revolution

Watch this powerpoint to understand the French Revolution and recognize some of its main protagonists.



This is a very short explanation of the French Revolution

Sunday, 27 December 2015

Francisco de Goya

Do you remember when we went to the Prado Museum and saw several paintings by Goya? Well, here are some videos explaining his life briefly. In the second term you're going to do a project about Goya, so this will help you to get some background information. Don't worry if you can't understand everything the narrator says, he speaks very quickly!





And here is an analysis of Goya's famous 3 de mayo masterpiece. It may be a little complicated for you to follow, but if you are patient and watch it you will find out lots of interesting facts about this painting.

Napoleon in Spain

The next topic we're going to be looking at is History so here is a video about Napoleon when he entered Spain to pass through to Portugal. Look at the History page too to learn more before you come back to school:



Here is a recreation of the events of 2nd May in Madrid in 2015:


Watch this very short video to get an idea of what the 2nd of May events in Madrid were like:

Friday, 11 December 2015

Go to this page to find lots of games about circuits:


Thursday, 10 December 2015

Maglev Trains

As we've been talking about magnets and their uses, here you can watch some videos to understand how some trains work using magnets.






How Superconducting Magnetic Levitation Works
Explore science games on magnetism for kids at NeoK12  

Thursday, 3 December 2015

The Spanish Constitution

Watch these to find out more about the Spanish Constitution. See if you can spot the spelling mistakes - there are quite a few as they were done by children!



Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Electromagnetic Induction

Watch this video to understand more about Michael Faraday's experiments!

Tuesday, 1 December 2015

British and American

Watch this video to find out about how different British and American vocabulary is!

Saturday, 28 November 2015

Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Saturday, 14 November 2015

Paris Attacks


Here are some drawings of students who wanted to do something to show their solidarity with the Paris victims:





  








Friday, 13 November 2015



Armistice Day is on 11th November and is also known as Remembrance Day. The red poppy is a symbol to remember all the people who died in the First World War and many people in Britain wear a poppy on this day. Here is a video about what happened last year at the Tower of London (probably my favourite London monument) when it was decorated with more than 888,000 red poppies - one for each person who died during the war. It was celebrated at 11am on the 11th of November 2014 because it was the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War. If you would like to know more about the conditions the soldiers fought in you could read some of the poems by war poets like Rupert Brooke or Wilfred Owen. Go to the end of the history page to see their poems.



Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Volcano Experiment

Watch this video to see how different substances react to form a volcano effect! Thank you to the parents of these students for giving me permission to put this video on the blog.


The Leidenfrost Effect

Do you know what the Leidenfrost Effect is? This video explains it all and shows you how strangely water can act sometimes.

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

'Little Drummer Boy' for 6C

Hi 6C! Here is a video you can watch to get ideas for dance steps for the Christmas festival. Remember we have to keep it as simple as possible, and if there is anyone who would like to do some gymnastics or special dance on stage then tell me so we can fit it in with the music.



Paignton, South Devon

This very short film is about my Mum's home town where I spent many happy holidays there with my grandparents, uncles and aunts, and cousins. See how different the coastline is to Spain - it's true what the presenter says, that the land is red and very flat with a few cliffs. Devon is a beautiful part of Great Britain that often gets overlooked due to other parts of England being more popular. It's very rural, so many people move to bigger cities where there are more job opportunities. If you ever get a chance to visit some Devonshire towns like Plymouth or Exeter, do so and you won't regret it!

Thursday, 5 November 2015

Reflection
Explore science games on light and optics at NeoK12  

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

What happens when lava meets ice?

As we're talking about matter I thought you might like to see this video which shows what happens when hot lava is poured on ice.

Bonfire Night/Guy Fawkes

Tomorrow is the 5th of November which is when we celebrate Bonfire Night in Great Britain. Watch this video and click on the labels below to find more information about this special day.



Monday, 2 November 2015

Matter

If you still don't understand about matter, watch this video where everything is explained and some experiments are carried out too

Matter

In these videos you can see children doing experiments to learn more about matter



Changes of State

Watch this video to see how glass is affected by changes of state

Matter


States of Matter Study Jams from John Read Middle School on Vimeo.

Sunday, 1 November 2015

Motion

Matter

Here is a video about Matter by Bill Nye


Bill Nye The Science Guy & Phases of Matter from Shavon on Vimeo.

Energy

We're going to be learning about Energy and Matter in the next topic, so here is a video you watch where crazy Bill Nye explains everything!

Friday, 23 October 2015

The Present Perfect Explained

Here is a presentation to help you understand the present perfect


Play This Game to End Hunger

Play this game when you have a few minutes and you can help donate rice to people who are hungry! You can practise English, Maths and other subjects while you do it!

Online game to end hunger


Wednesday, 21 October 2015

The Alps

As we're talking about European geography in this unit I've put these photos I took this summer of Mont Blanc and the Alps for you to see how spectacular these mountains really are. The photos don't do them justice because many are taken from inside the cable car. The music you can hear is one of my favourite pieces of music for relaxing: Morning Mood from Peer Gynt Suite by Edvard Grieg.


Click here to see it!

Sunday, 18 October 2015

Daisy Chains - An anti-bullying tale narrated by Kate Winslet

Autumn is here! I decided to decorate my door and classroom with an Autumn vocabulary tree with coloured leaves. I didn't realize how long it would take me to cut out all those leaves! I got a blister on my finger from all that cutting out!





The Relief of Spain and Europe

Look at our work on the relief of Spain and Europe!




















Monday, 5 October 2015

The Past Continuous

Watch these silly videos to see how we use the past continuous in real life situations.

Watch this short video to help you know when to use the past simple and past continuous

Sunday, 27 September 2015

The Geography of Spain

Watch this bilingual video to help you understand more about Spanish geography:

RELIEF AND HYDROGRAPHY MAPS OF SPAIN

Click on the pictures to practise relief and hydrography of Spain for the exam on Friday:


 RIVERS OF SPAIN

You can practice in English and Spanish!

Saturday, 19 September 2015

Thursday, 17 September 2015

Social Sciences: Spain

Look at these great front pages for the first topic we're doing in Social Sciences! What a great start to the year!












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