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Ausflug zum Königspalast mit den deutschen Austauschschülern

Liebe Schüler und Familien,

die deutschen Austauschschüler aus dem Goethe Gymnasium in Ibbenbüren bleiben eine Woche lang bei uns in der Arturo Soria Schule. Sie machen einen Kultur- und Spracheaustausch mit einigen Schülern aus 4. ESO und 1. Bachillerato. Sie bleiben bei den spanischen Familien und lernen Madrid, unsere Schule, die spanische Kultur und Sprache näher kennen. Damit erleben sie eine schöne und positive Erfahrung, die sie nicht vergessen werden.

Am 4. April haben sie mit der Deutschlehrerin Rosa Crego einen schönen Ausflug zum Königspalast (Palacio Real) und Debod Tempel (Templo de Debod) gemacht, wo sie sehr viel Spaß hatten und viel Neues über die Geschichte der Bourbonen erfahren haben.

Die Arturo Soria Schule wünscht den Austauschschülern eine schöne  Zeit bei uns!

Bis zum nächsten Mal!

 

Frohe Ostern!

Liebe Schüler und Familien,

bald kommt Ostern, daher haben die Schüler von 1. und 2. ESO schon diese deutsche Tradition ein bisschen gefeiert: sie haben Ostereier bemalt und der Osterhase ist mit Schokoeier gekommen.

Sie haben etwas Neues der deutschen Kultur kennengelernt und viel Spaß dabei gehabt. Hier könnt ihr ein paar Fotos sehen.

die Schüler der Arturo Soria wünschen euch allen frohe Ostern!

Bis zum nächsten Mal!

Seguir leyendo Frohe Ostern!

PEOPLE WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO CHANGING THE WORLD

While working on child labour, we had the opportunity to learn about Robert Owen, a man that in the 19th century, struggled to improve the conditions in which many children were forced to work in the factories that opened in the wake of the industrial revolution.  His courage and human quality contributed to the passing of the first law regulating child labour in 1833.

We then asked the students to choose someone who they thought had also changed the world, and explain to the class how they’d done it.

Some of the people they chose are: Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela, Alan Turing, Steve Jobs, Mohamed Ali, Gideon Sundbäck, Coco Chanel, Pope Francis and Christopher Columbus.

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It’s been very inspiring to hear about these extraordinary people.

 

 

 

 

Bachillerato – Parts of an Essay

Essays, like sandwiches or burgers, are divided into different parts. These parts are the:

  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion

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The Introduction

The introduction opens the essay. It is a short paragraph – usually about THREE sentences. In an argument essay, it usually describes or summarizes both sides of the present situation and says what you are going to do in your essay. Read more about Introductions here.

The Body

The Body is the main part of the essay. In an argument essay, it is divided into two or three paragraphs, giving your opinion and reasons.

Each paragraph in the body is between FIVE and SEVEN sentences long. Read more about the Body of the essay here.

Conclusion

The Conclusion is the end of the essay. It is a short paragraph – about THREE sentences. It often has the same idea as the Introduction, only in different words.

Some people think of the essay as a sandwich. The Introduction and Conclusion are the bread, and the Body is the filling in the center. If the introduction looks good, people will carry on to the body. Hopefully, the conclusion will leave them with a nice taste in their mouth…

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ESO – Oral Presentation

Guidelines for Oral Presentations
(2 or 3 students per group, 5 minutes per person)

Food festivals and traditions
Describe a celebration related to food and explain its importance.

• Origins
• Traditions
• What do they do?
• When, where, who, why, how, for how long?
• Include photos and quotes

There should be at least 5 slides (diapositivas) per person!

Requirements:
• Include your sources (references)
• Include photos
• If you include video it must be short (1 minute or less)
Very Important:  USE YOUR OWN WORDS
don’t just cut and paste!

Pay attention to your English grammar and spelling.

Your presentation will be evaluated like this:

Rubric-oral presentations

Good luck!

English Department