lunes, 13 de mayo de 2019

OLD AND NEW TECNOLOGIES PROJECT

Vamos a investigar un poquito sobre las tecnologías de la época y las actuales. Trabajaremos sobre las cámaras, televisiones, aparatos de música, teléfonos y los video juegos.
Buscaremos información en grupos.

Se pide una linea del tiempo donde aparezca desde el primero hasta el último aparato electrónico y luego haremos diferencias utilizando el could/ couldn't siguiendo el ejemplo del libro (cb ab page 59)





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miércoles, 1 de mayo de 2019

Women in SHistory

For the last weeks, children in 5B Class have been preparing a presentation about important women that have been silenced in History.
A few volunteers have prepared a RE/presentation to make at the school library next Friday 3rd for years 4, 5 and 6, and next Wednesday 8th for years 1, 2 and 3.


domingo, 28 de abril de 2019

Audioguía 5ºB

Pinchando sobre el título, podréis acceder al audio del texto para poder practicarlo.

Anton’s various work tools are displayed in the case.
On the left you will find the easel he used to paint, displaying an unfinished oil portrait of Graciela,
a friend of Anton’s.
On a wooden stool, decorated by Anton, is his paint box, with his paint brushes and tubes of paint,
as well as the palate he used to mix colours.
To the side is the table Anton used to write, draw, and read, which he made himself. On the table is
one of the sketchbooks he made when he was studying at the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine
Arts in Madrid.
Also on the table is a series of pages handwritten by Anton, in which he reminisces about his time in
Madrid. As well, there is a small bronze figure made by the sculptor Juan Cristobal, Anton’s teacher
in Madrid.
The wooden chest on the table was made by Anton.
On the wall, you will find pencil portraits of three of his four sisters together with a portrait of one of
their friends, Rita, the first on the left, followed by Benita, Josefa, and Concha.
On the right hand side of the case is the table Anton used when making sculptures, on which are
shown a series of tools which he used to model or carve.
A pencil portrait of his mother is shown on the table as well as a sculpture of his grandmother, in
plaster, which he later carved in wood. This work is situated in this room.
Under the table, a selection of magazines kept by Anton is shown. These publications were his
source of inspiration to make his works: “The Sphere” (La Esfera), “Black and White” (Blanco y Negro),
and “Photos” (Fotos).


Anton, a multifaceted artist, also made different types of furniture, for family use. The structure and
decorative motifs are traditional in style and of noticeable, popular character.
The furniture was made with low quality wood; the artist mainly used pine wood, and in some pieces
he had to resort to using boards from packaging boxes he found at the canning factory.
Once again, we are faced with the artist’s ability to overcome the lack of available means to make
his work.