Category Archives: 2019

When a student decides to write….

In Language and Literature Tutorials, we read some poems by Benjamin Zephaniah. Jerónimo and Rochi chose the poem “The British” to analyse and prepare a presentation for the rest of the students. The British (serves 60 million) Take some Picts, … Continue reading

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Friend – Hone Tuwhare

Hone Tuwhare, Maori poet (born Oct. 21, 1922, Kaikohe, Northland, N.Z.—died Jan. 16, 2008, Dunedin, N.Z.), made an international impression and became the first widely celebrated Maori poet with his initial collection, No Ordinary Sun (1964). Tuwhare’s poetry, written in English, has a conversational tone and … Continue reading

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Encuentro #8

Ya estamos escribiendo el guión de la charla. Cada uno de ustedes ha pensado en una idea que debemos ir puliendo para que sea clara, emotiva y deje pensando a nuestra audiencia. Hoy, trabajaremos las emociones y cómo transmitirlas! Luego … Continue reading

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Benjamin Zephaniah´s poetry

Who is Benjamin Zephaniah? Poet, novelist and playwright Benjamin Zephaniah was born on 15 April 1958. He grew up in Jamaica and the Handsworth district of Birmingham, England, leaving school at 14. He moved to London in 1979 and published … Continue reading

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Cetacean by Peter Reading

Poet Peter Reading was born on 27 July 1946 in Liverpool, England. He worked as a school teacher in Liverpool (1967-8) and at Liverpool College of Art where he taught Art History (1968-70). He was Writer in Residence at Sunderland … Continue reading

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Vocabulary on devastated places

Activity 1 Read these articles in connection to disasters and make a list of words and phrases to describe devastated places. Use google drive  to share the document with all the members of your group and the teacher. -Each member … Continue reading

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Visible thinking via twitter

After the class on portfolio, we shared ideas and thoughts via twitter! Here your comments! Congrats on such wonderful work today!!

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Encuentro #7

Etapa 3. Comunicar Luego de compartir y analizar las charlas que ustedes eligieron, vamos a empezar a trabajar más profundamente sobre la idea elegida. Trabajaremos el Esquema de Burbujas y Puentes mediante la charla de Micaela Amore Burbujas y Puentes … Continue reading

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Portfolio…Starting Off

The moment has come to start writing your first post in the portfolio. Both, Camila and I, have already introduced what a portfolio is and you have worked on understanding what producing a portfolio is and you have also visited … Continue reading

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Encuentro #6

Para empezar este encuentro, haremos una puesta en común sobre la charla TED de la clase anterior (Chris Anderson: ¿Qué tiene una buena charla TED?) Luego, pasaremos a trabajar “la calesita de ideas” Cada uno, contará su idea a un … Continue reading

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The Open Boat

Prepare a google presentation in groups with the following ideas: -Read about Naturalism and Realism. Explain what they mean and their basic differences. Video https://literarydevices.net/naturalism/ -Comment on the importance of nature in the story. Make reference to man and nature. … Continue reading

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Seamus Heaney Poetry

When we read “Journey”, we talked about Rite of Passage. This time, we are going to get to know Seamus Heaney and how he deals with Rite of Passage in his poems. Group work  Seamus Heaney Task 1 Do some … Continue reading

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