Monday, 4 December 2017

UNIT 7: revision exercises (BATXI 2)

Dear students
Here are some exercises to help you prepare the vocabulary and grammar exam you will take soon. Remember that the vocabulary that appears in these exercises is only part of the vocabulary you have to study.

Vocabulary exercises:

Modal verbs:
Indirect questions:

A bit of everything:

    Sunday, 30 July 2017

    Erasmus+: Multilingual guide for tourists

    And here is the result of our Erasmus+ project:

    This is the most important output of our strategic partnership, due to its complexity and the need of transnational collaboration. Students from the three schools have collaborated online in order to create this multilingual guide for tourists. We have divided the guide in sections and each school has been in charge of the English version of some of them, although collaboration of all schools has been essential in order to complete the translations and audio files in all four languages.

    We hope you will find it useful when travelling to any of our countries. You will enjoy it better if you click on full screen.

    Monday, 3 April 2017

    Units 8 and 9: grammar and vocabulary

    Dear students

    Here is a bit of help to prepare your vocabulary and grammar exam.

    UNIT 8:

    In this unit we have studied Reported Speech. Here are some exercises to practise it:
    UNIT 9:

    "Work" is the new unit we are dealing with.
    To learn the vocabulary we have seen so far, here you have some exercises:
    Relative Clauses:
    Have/get causative:

    Units 3 and 4: grammar and vocabulary

    If you're thinking of preparing your grammar and vocabulary exam, here are some exercises to start with it:

    UNIT 3:

    Vocabulary from unit 3 (Technology):
    UNIT 4

      Friday, 31 March 2017

      Basque students to Sardinia!!

      Finally it was up to Sardinia to welcome the delegations.

      Trip in Cagliari

      L'immagine può contenere: 2 persone, persone in piedi, persone che camminano, cielo e spazio all'aperto

      L'immagine può contenere: una o più persone, folla e spazio all'aperto

      Sardinian music concert at the school

      L'immagine può contenere: una o più persone, folla e spazio al chiuso

      Sports Day
      L'immagine può contenere: una o più persone, persone che praticano sport, erba, cielo, spazio all'aperto e natura

      L'immagine può contenere: una o più persone, cielo, erba e spazio all'aperto

      L'immagine può contenere: 5 persone, persone che sorridono, persone in piedi, erba, albero, spazio all'aperto, natura e primo piano
      Students are engaged to complete the multilanguage guide

      The "Bread house" workshop

      L'immagine può contenere: 10 persone, persone che sorridono, spazio al chiuso

      L'immagine può contenere: 15 persone, persone che sorridono, persone sedute e persone in piedi

      Monday, 31 October 2016

      FCE batx 1: vocabulary and grammar exercises for unit 1

      Dear students

      We have already studied a lot of new words in  the first unit, "Relationships", and soon we will be testing your knowledge of vocabulary and grammar related to the unit. Here are a few exercises for you to practise.(Please, note that some of the exercises were designed in previous years, and that you are handling a new version of the book, so a few of the words that appear in these exercises might not have been studied yet.)

      Sunday, 30 October 2016

      Flemish and Sardinian students at Laskorain!

      Our Flemish and Sardinian partners have been with us in Tolosa, and we have had a wonderful time.

      On our first day, our headmaster Kepa Goikoetxea welcomed our guests:

      We carried out some dynamics to let students meet each other:

      Besides, Tolosa's mayor, Olatz Peon, welcomed the project officially at the Town Hall:

      Here is a video that the media published about this event.

      During the exchange, we carried out some of the project activities using ICT like google drive or Dotsub. We worked on the multilingual guide, and we started recording the expressions in the different languages. At the beginning they found the procedure quite complex, but they all learned how to do it and we are proud to say that much of the work was accomplished successfully:

      We also translated a Basque song into Dutch. It had previously been translated into Sardinian and English, and this was the song that our Flemish and Sardinians learnt so that we could sing it altogether during the farewell party.

      But apart from working, we also wanted our guests to know a little bit about the Basque country. We visited Donostia, Zugarramurdi, Baiona and we had a great time.

      Thursday, 8 September 2016