Archivo de la categoría: 1º EPO

Year 1: Food

Hello everyone!

These past weeks we have been learning about all the different categories we can divide food: meals, fruit, vegetables, drinks, desserts/sweets… The following videos will make them dance and sing at home. Enjoy your meal!

¡Hola!

Estas últimas semanas hemos estado trabajando la comida: platos terminados, fruta, verdura, bebidas, postres/dulces… Los siguientes vídeos les harán bailar y cantar en casa. ¡Que aproveche!

Débora Membrive y Lindley McCarthy.

Year 1 and 2: PHONETIC GAMES AND TRICKY WORDS

HELLO EVERYONE!!!

Here it is the super fun game Lindley has created for our children to play in groups to learn how to read and how to pronunce in English. We are really focused on phonetics and we found THIS would be the best way to learn… PLAYING!!!!!!! It has perfectly suited both classes and the different levels. They all have had a wonderful time. One part of the class was reading «Tricky words» with me throwing the die in order to read the words; meanwhile the other part was reading random words written on clothes clips and was displaying them into the correct string according to Lindley’s rules. We will repeat it thoughout the year as they really had so much fun.

¡¡¡¡HOLA!!!!

Aquí os presento el superjuego que se ha inventado Lindley para que nuestro alumnado juegue en grupos a leer y pronunciar en inglés. Estamos bastante centradas en la fonética ahora y es la mejor manera que hemos encontrado para que aprendan… JUGANDO. El juego se ha adaptado perfectamente a las dos clases y a los diferentes niveles de aprendizaje. Todos/as se lo han pasado en grande. Una parte de la clase tenía que tirar los dados y leer las «palabras con truquillo» (son las palabras que no se ajustan al sistema fonético que estamos enseñando… sí jejejeje la cosa se complica y ellos os lo podrán explicar estupendamente), mientras que la otra mitad de la clase tenía que leer palabras escritas en pinzas de la ropa y ponerlas debajo de la tira de tela correspondiente siguiendo las normas cambiantes de Lindley. Lo repetiremos varias veces en el año porque que les ha fascinado.

Si os apetece darnos el «feedback» o dejar algún comentario, a nosotras nos encantaría. Muchas gracias por adelantado.

Feliz casi finde. Un abrazo,

Débora y Lindley

PS: Adjunto listado de palabras con truquillo: I, YOU, ARE, HE, SHE, ME, BE, GO, NO, SO, THE, TO, BLUE, SOME, COME, MY …….

  

Year 1: Face and Body parts

Hello everyone!

Year 1 is learning fast. Each day we study phonetics and reading related to the vocabulary that we are ought to according to the planning. In this case, our days pass by widening their knowledge about face and body parts. Enclose we attach some links for them to practice, as well as a link with the 42 phonics to be danced and sang at home.

¡¡¡¡Hola!!!!

«Primerillo» aprende rápido. Cada día estudiamos fonética y leemos sobre el vocabulario que nos toque en el planning anual. En este caso, nuestros días pasan y vamos agrandando el vocabulario sobre la cara y el cuerpo humano. Adjunto algunos vídeos para que practiquen, bailen, canten…

Un saludo, Débora y Lindley

 

 

Year 1: Parts of the house and Christmas wishes

Hello everyone!

Enclosed I attach some videos about the topics we have been working on: the parts of the house and vocabulary related to it and of course… Christmas!!!

¡¡Hola a tod@s!!

Adjunto envío los vídeos de los temas que hemos aprendido estas últimas semanas: las partes de la casa y vocabulario relacionado con ellas, y por supuesto… ¡¡¡¡¡Navidad!!!!

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR 2020!!!!

Déboara y Lindley

Year 1 and Year 2: «Thanksgiving Day»

Hello everyone and happy Thanksgiving Day!!!!!

According to the North American tradition, at Alqueria we have celebrated Thanksgiving Day. For Lindley it is the most special day of the year. They commemorate the day Native Americans and Europeans sat down together to share a feast that lasted for 3 days in 1620. Europeans arrived to Plymouth Rock and didn’t know how to grow vegetables or how to hunt. Native Americans taught them and they were thankful for that. Nowadays, there is a beautiful feeling about this day and families and friends gather together to share a very special meal with turkey, sweet potatoes, corn, pumpkin pie, stuffing, cranberry sauce… HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!

PS: Children have created their own Thanksgiving tree and have left their messages hanging on it. Lindley has brought mini-pumpkin pies with cream to share with students. Thank you, Lindley.

Débora Membrive and Lindley Mc Carthy