1º Bachillerato C

June 11th
As a final review before the last exams, you can use the Grammar Worksheets which are at the beginning of this blog under the heading Bachillerato-Grammar Review (with answer key).
The summary of the Grammar we have studied is also at the beginning of the blog under the heading Grammar and Vocabulary Pages - Grammar for Bachillerato.
I can help you with all your doubts on Monday (from 11:10 to 14:20) and Tuesday (during the English lesson).

June 9th
In order to study REPORTED SPEECH  you can use the explanation on the Grammar Reference of your book or the PPTs we have used at class. There is a presentation about REPORTED QUESTIONS and another about REPORTED COMMANDS AND REQUESTS.  And finally, I have added some Rephrasing to practice REPORTED STATEMENTS.

June 7th
You can download the Power Point Presentation we used during the lesson last Friday. Remember we were practicing some Rephrasing using RELATIVE CLAUSES. The answers are included so you can practice and correct yourselves.

April 27th
Here you have the exercises to practise CONDITIONAL CLAUSES (Unit 7 of your book). You can follow the explanations and then do the activities.

March 25th
Find the links for the research work for last term. The topic is the SUPERNATURAL. Just click on the link of the number assigned to you and start working. Remember you will have to bring to class the result of this research and explain it toyour classmates at the beginning of May.


1. EDINBURGH: Poignant pipes.

2. BELFAST: Helena Blunden.

3. GLOUCESTER: Ghost of Bishop John Hooper.

4. CHESTER: Ghost of Lord Bernard Stewart.

5. EXETER: Penny Farthing Ghost.

6. DERBY: Ghost of PC Moss.

7. YORK: Orphan’s screams.

8. NORWICH: 19 Magdalen Street.

9. ST ALBANS: Phantom composer.

10. OXFORD: Rosamund the Fair

All of them found in http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article1606776.ece

11. NORTHUMBERLAND: Chillingham Castle

12. WILTSHIRE: Old Wardour Castle

13. DEVON: Berry Pomeroy Castle

These three stories found in http://www.ghosthaunts.com/3_castles.html

At this link http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/  you can find these stories:

14. DUBLIN: Malahide Castle http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/republic-of-ireland/dublin/hauntings/malahide-castle.html

15. LONDON’S HIGHGATE CEMETERY: The Highgate vampire http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/greater-london/hauntings/the-highgate-vampire-how-it-all-began-by-david-farrant.html

16. LONDON: Baker Street -The Volunteer http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/greater-london/hauntings/the-volunteer-baker-street.html

17. LONDON’S HIGHGATE CEMETERY: Elizabeth Siddal’s grave http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/greater-london/other-mysteries/elizabeth-siddal%E2%80%99s-grave.html

18. NOTTINGHANSHIRE: Clifton Hall http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/nottinghamshire/hauntings/clifton-hall.html

19. LONDON: The Flask Tavern http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/greater-london/hauntings/the-flask-tavern.html  

20. BERKELEY: Edward Jenner Museum http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/gloucestershire/hauntings/edward-jenner-museum.html

21. AVEBURY: West Kennet Long Barrow http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/wiltshire/featured-sites/the-avebury-complex.html

22. LONDON: The Nun of Convent Garden http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/greater-london/hauntings/the-nun-of-covent-garden.html

23. LEIGHLINBRIDGE. IRELAND: Eo Rossa http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/republic-of-ireland/carlow/ancient-sites/eo-rossa.html

24. NORTHUMBRIA: The Bamburgh Laidly http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/northumberland/legends/the-bamburgh-laidly.html

25. SCOTLAND: Castle of Mey http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/map/Green+Ladies

26. LEEDS: Leeds Castle http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/kent/hauntings/leeds-castle.html

27. AYRSHIRE. SCOTLAND: Bessie Dunlop. The witch of Dalry http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/scotland/ayrshire/occult/bessie-dunlop-the-witch-of-dalry.html

28. CORNWALL: Bolster and St Agnes http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/cornwall/legends/bolster-and-st-agnes.html

29. INVERNESSHIRE. SCOTLAND: Culloden Battlefield http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/scotland/invernesshire/hauntings/culloden-battlefield.html

30. EDINBURGH: Bleeding Heart Yard and Lady Elizabeth Hatton http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/greater-london/legends/bleeding-heart-yard-and-lady-elizabeth-hatton.html

31. LONDON: Christ Church Greyfriars http://www.mysteriousbritain.co.uk/england/greater-london/hauntings/christ-church-greyfriars.html

December 21st

A finales del mes de enero tendreis que hacer vuestra próxima exposición oral. Se trata de que conteis los cuentos de algunos famosos autores de habla inglesa. Leereis el cuento, lo ilustrareis a vuestro gusto y lo contareis en inglés al resto de vuestros compañeros. Debeis intentar que comprendan el cuento cuando lo conteis.
Podeis apoyar vuestro relato con una Presentación en Power Point o cualquier otro sistema que querais.
Recordad también que debereis hacer una breve introducción sobre el autor y su época.
Estos son los cuentos que tendreis que leer y contar:

December 14th
The snow is falling. There is no school!!! Have you prepared your Christmas cards? You can bring them to school tomorrow.
Now go out, make a snowman and throw snowballs to your friends. Have a good time!  Today I can't go to school. This is what I can see from my window:
See you tomorrow!

December 5th

Take part in the CHRISTMAS CARDS COMPETITION. You may win a prize. Here you can read the rules for the competition. Rebember that the LAST DAY to hand in your card is December 14th.
Now read some well known Christmas wishes but remember your wish must be original, not copied.

November 5th
Have you heard about GUY FAWKES NIGHT? Read about it in the section about English Festivals, play the game and prepare a short speech about this celebration. You will have to show it for the class. You can use a Power Point presentation if you like. Prepare it for the last week of November. It will be another mark for SPEAKING.
Here you have 6 recommended links to find more interesting information:
1.http://www.gunpowderplot.parliament.uk/children_index.htm (I really recommend this one because it's easy and funny)
2.http://www.gunpowderplot.parliament.uk/adults_index.htm (A more serious approach for adults)
3.http://www.gunpowder-plot.org/ (A society which is still investigating about the plot)
4.http://www.britannia.com/history/kaboom.html (An official version)
5.http://www.bonfirenight.net/index.php (About the popular festivity today)
6.http://www.shadowgalaxy.net/Vendetta/vprint2.html#top (About the comic and the film V for Vendetta)

Follow the links and find out. Here you have a GAME to play. It has been prepared by the BBC. It's easy and funny.

But first you must read some information, as the one presented on this link for information prepared by the students at a junior school in Kent (England).

October 27th
Here are the starters for your Hallowe'en stories. (clik on the pumpkin) Choose one of them, write your story to hand it in next week. Read the entries in the blog about Hallowe'en and fear to gather ideas and vocabulary for your compositions. Have a happy Hallowe'en!
Here you have some Hallowe'en Jokes for you to read. Have a good time and Happy Hallowe'en!

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