Thursday, April 9, 2015

2nd ESO - Voices computer assisted task: Unit 6

Image taken from PhilipinoFreethinkers.
Go to the Voices Student's Website, log in, and do these exercises:

Comparative adjectives
Superlative adjectives
Comparative and superlative
Could/couldn't and Should/shouldn't




Playing games

Remember that you can use your book if you have any problems with the exercises. I'm sure you will find similar exercises there.

I will check your work on Wednesday, May 8th, 2015.

4th ESO - Scotland's Graffiti Castle

Read the text about a castle in Scotland and do the exercises below. I will check your exercices next April 28th.

Scotland's Graffiti Castle

When Lord Glasgow heard that his son and daughter were planning to cover his castle with graffiti, he wasn't very pleased. At first, he thought that they had gone mad! But they did their best to convince him, by explaining that it would be a collaborative project with some of the best graffiti artists in the world.

Nina, Nunca and the identical twins Os Gemeos are all well-known in Brazil. They were invited to spend a month at Kelburn Castle to complete the Graffiti Project. All of them agreed that it was an amazing opportunity to make their mark, and to unite two different cultures through art.

First, the design was created in the studio, and then the walls were painted white. After that, 1,500 cans of spray paint were used. Now the back part of the castle is covered with faces, figures and animals. The brightly-coloured designs are painted on the walls, turrets and chimneys. The whole project was completed in four weeks. It was also recorded on video, so you can see it on the website.

The graffiti won't be left forever – it will be removed when repair work begins on the castle's walls. So make sure you visit soon if you want to have a look! Kelburn Castle is located on the west coast of Scotland, 35 miles from Glasgow. It's open to the public every day from 10 am to 6 pm. The Graffiti Project definitely won't be forgotten. Even Lord Glasgow changed his mind – he loved it in the end!

Now, do the exercises below.

I took this activity from the book:

Catherine McBeth. (2009). Voices - 4. Student's book. Macmillan. pages 72-73.

Tuesday, April 7, 2015


Here's a video clip inspired in the life of the great abstract painter Jackson Pollock. Watch it and post your comment:

This time, you are going to be a passage person. So remember, you are asked to choose what the best moment in the video clip is. Remember to justify your election.