Last 16th of May we went with our groups of 2nA and 2nB to watch: Wonderful Losers. A DIfferent world.
In the elite teams of world cycling there are unknown fighters, true heroes of cycling who crash, get up and go again. An odyssey that reveals an unusual look at the “wonderful losers”, those who sacrifice their professional careers for the glory of their teammates.
We have been doing teamwork in maths class during some weeks.
First of all, we went to Ponent park and took a lot of pictures of anything we wanted.
After that, we chose which one was the best picture in order to work all the issues demanded and we had to justify the reason of that election.
The most important points to work were proportionality(using scales to discover all the other measures of the picture if we knew any), geometry(calling by their mathematical name as maximum different figures as we can) and equations(we must develop a sort of problem with the picture as a reference and using equations to solve it).
Color, lines, moviment, brush strokes.... we had studied everything about the artistic moviments of the nineteenth century. Which one do you prefer Realism, Impressionism, Romanticism, Postimpressionism, Art Nouveau or Symbolism?
Your shadow, like a faithful dog,
is always at your side, a companion that demands nothing of you and, in return
requires no attention.
Your shadow seems to just tag along.
But you animate it; you are its director .
Our students haver realized a
photographic work based on the American artist Lee Friedlander who was always on
the lookout for new ways to see what trouble his shadow can get into, and how
much fun we can have watching it.
After taking the pictures the studentshave practiced how to describethem and answered questions as which was the
intention that they had , where and when they took the picture or how they
think the viewer will react to the picture.
MUTUAL DICTATION: ORGANELLES 1st
ESO students learn the cell parts with a CLIL task.
a mutual dictation, the students are divided into pairs of student As and
student Bs and then each given the relevant worksheet, either A or B.
aim of the activity is to dictate their information to each other in order to
get the complete text.
is great for encouraging learners to cooperate together and also has a fun
puzzle element which keeps motivation up. It provides integrated skills
practice as students are reading, speaking, listening and writing all in the
English Day at Antoni Cumella is the coming 2nd of March. In 3ESO Science class we have been designing some posters these last days in order to prep the school for English Day. The topic of the posters is safe sex and contraceptive methods. Here are some of the posters the class has made, visit our school on English Day if you want to see all of them!
How well can you describe an artwork?
colourful... but... can you describe its colors, lines, textures or
this unit students are learning specific vocabulary about the seven
Elements of Art (Line, Color, Value, Texture, Space, Form and Shape)
and are applying them into a personal illustration.
student has created a double page illustrating a different concept
related to an Element of Art and following the same layout. In the
end they will put together all pages and will create a cover. It will
be their Collective Visual Art Dictionary!
Here you can see some students preparing their presentations:
Here they are showing their works:
their presentations, students described their partner's work using
the specific vocabulary they had learnt.
Once we finish the presentations, we will show you the final Visual Dictionary. For now, you can see its different parts as follows:
we are studying the role of blood inside our bodies, we are getting to
know what blood groups are and what's their importance in blood
transfusion. Here we are discussing our different blood groups in 3er
It’s XIV century and Pinós’ lord needs a great investment in order to enlarge Sant Esteve church in Granollers city. To succeed in his project, Pinós’ lord needs help from all Granollers’ traders. They will help economically their lord to build the church their city deserves. The merchant Pol Lupi together with the 1st grade students have been travelling through Europe in order to gain money for their Lord.
The students played the role of qualified cartographers and travelled with Lupi planifiying the route in a map and describing all the wonderful landscapes they found. In the following video Daniele and Alba describe thoroughly this travel.
Moreover, they also played other historical roles as the journalist Stanley, the army explorer Lewis or Captain James Cook in order to achieve geographical knowledge from all around the world through the explorers voyages. Here some pics of the students working on the project:
POPULATION MOVEMENTS AND MIGRATORY MOVEMENTS - Why the population of a country is different from one year to another year? - What are the birth and death rates? - How we could calculate the natural growth of population? - What are the reasons of the migratory movements?
All this and more we are going to work. Let's go!!!!
This year we have a very special guest: Albert Han. He is a conversation assistant who will be with us the whole course. Some students of 4th ESO prepared some questions and interviewed him the other day. They are eager to have him in class the next day.