"Learn to imagine, imagine to learn" with the Bilingual Program at I.E.S. Albert Einstein"

Word order in questions

With this activity we will revise the word order in questions.

Activity 1: First pay attention to the question words.

Activity 2: First, read and answer these questions.

  1. When is your birthday?
  2. What‘s your favourite book?
  3. When / Where do you usually do your homework?
  4. Have you got any pets?
  5. What time do you finish school?
  6. What do you usually do at the weekend?
  7. What time do you usually get up?
  8. How many brothers or sisters have you got?
  9. Where do you live?
  10. What‘s your favourite school subject?
  11. What are you good at?
  12. Where do you usually go in summer?
  13. How are you?
  14. What time do you go to bed?
  15. What do you usually watch on TV?
  16. How often do you brush your teeth?
  17. How many cousins have you got?
  18. How old are you?
  19. Where are you from?
  20. Who is your favourite actor?
  21. When do you usually meet your friends?
  22. Have you got a large or small family?
  23. Do you live in a big or small house?
  24. What do you usually have for breakfast?
  25. How often do you go to the cinema?
  26. Why do you like Spain?
  27. How many rooms are there in your house or flat?
  28. How old is your mother?
  29. How many subjects have you got?
  30. What time do you finish school?

Here is the pdf document: word order in questions

Activity 3: Now go to the application of Learningapps and create an interactive activity to practise questions, word order, and answers for next “super Friday”.

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The water cycle and the rock cycle explained in comics

We will start a new project for Science and English!

In groups of three students you will create a comic to expalin the water cycle or the rock cycle.

Using the application to create comics called Pixton you will design a comic which has to include the following elements:

  1. Six panels or eight panels which are illustrations in a square or rectangular frame including:
    1. One introductory panel with a caption with the title and introduction of the character that will explain the cycle: “The Water Cycle” or “The Rock Cycle” and a character (a teacher, student, a robot, an alien, a water drop, a cloud, a rock, etc) introducing the topic.
    2. Some panels to explain every step of the cycle with a caption with the name of the different part of the cycle: evaporation, condensation, precipitation and runoff. and the character explaining what it is happening.
    3. A final panel to include a conclusion and the creditswith the names of the writers and artists.
  2. Speech balloons, which contain what a character is saying.
  3. Thought balloons, containing what a character is thinking. They usually have the shape of a cloud.
  4. Sound effects, which are words that describe noises or sounds.
  5. Captions, which are words that are not in speech or thought balloons usually in a square or rectangle. The captions are for the title and each process of the cycle you will explain.


comic rubric


This is the first comic created by Irene, Paula and Raquel about the Rock Cycle:

This is the second comic created by Lucía, Anabel and Nerea about the Rock Cycle:


Here is the amazing comic created by Paula, Isabel and Jesús:


Here are some resources to take information for your project:







To create your comic go to the website of Pixton and sign up in Pixton for schools. When you enter the site and write the activation code (RY6E-MP). Only one member of the group has to sign up.


The deadline to complete the project is Friday 6th March.

Here are some comic examples:

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Relative pronouns

Activity 1: To know about relative pronouns in English click on this interactive resource.



Activity 2: Click here to watch a video about relative pronouns.


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Shorts of the week

Today we will have two short videos to discuss in class.

The possibilities

Before watching the short:

  1. Can you try to guess what the video is about before watching the video?
  2. Do you think wanting perfection is the right way to find it?
  3. Is possible that two people consider perfect something?

After watching the short :D

  1. What do you think about the short?
  2. Do you think that you would have an adventure as the video shows looking for a ‘’brunch’’?
  3. Do you identify with any character?
  4. Do you think that the simplest things could be the perfects ones?
  5. How many times do you wanted to do something the best that you can but it finally went wrong?
  6. Do you usually use your mobile phone to find your perfect place?

Here is the presentation of another short of the week.


What would happen if your attempts to find the love of your life always fail? In this short will know the life of a young man who seeks to find the love of his life and as he tries different ways. Did you get?

Questions before the video:

  1. Have you ever given up getting something you wanted?
  2. Have you ever felt so in love to do something crazy? What?
  3. What would you do if someone told you that you can not get what you want, you give up or continue?
  4. If you fail conquering a girl, or trying to inspire love in a boy; you continue trying with that person, or you look for another one?

Questions after the video:

  1. What did you expect would happen when he saw the girl?
  2. Do you feel identified with the video?
  3. If you were the guy in the video you think you would do the same to find your true love?
  4. If you think you really have found your true love how you know it’s him/her?
  5. How you thought would end the video?
  6. What do you think will happen in the end, he found the love of his life?
  7. Why do you think that the guy it’s trying like a crazy found a girl ?
  8. Do you think that he will achieve it? Why?
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“Glory” from Selma

Here is the song that won the Oscar for best original song this year: “Glory” by John Legend and Common.

This is a great emotional song about the civil rights movement from Selma. 

“We wrote this song for a film that was based on events that were 50 years ago, but we say that Selma is now because the struggle for justice is right now,” Legend said in his acceptance speech. “We live in the most incarcerated country in the world. There are more black men under correctional control today than were under slavery in 1850. When people are marching with our song, we want to tell you, ‘We are with you. We see you. We love you. And march on.'”

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87th Oscar ceremony

Here is the list of the nominees for the Oscars this year.

87 oscars

We will know the results next Sunday 22th February.

For next Wednesday we will present our favourite film of the nominees or winners in class. Write a 50-word plot and include an image, scene or trailer of your film.


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Short fim and song of the week

Today we will watch a short film and listen to a song by Katy Perri.

Questions before the video:
  1. Which are your fears ?
  2. What motivates you to follow your dreams ?
  3. Do yo ever overcome your fears?

Here is the short link: www.shortoftheweek.com/2014/07/04/follow-your-fears

Question after the video :
  1. If you have an accident doing something you love, you will do it again?
  2. How do you combat your fears ?
  3. Do you admire someone ? why ?
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Talking about our daily routines and abilities

This super Friday we will learn the verbs to speak about your daily routines and your abilities.

Activity 1: Here is an interactive book to revise the grammar contents of unit 5.


Activity 2: Now we will learn how to speak about our abilities. Practise with this interactive activity.


Activity 3: Finally, let’s listen to a beautiful song by Christina Perri “Human” and write down what a she can do as a human.


Talking about the time and daily routines

Today we will practise telling the time and daily routines in English.

Activity 1: Pay attention to this interactive presentation.



El cine como narración

Una película suele ser una novela contada en imágenes dinámicas. Las películas, como las novelas, cuentan historias. Un plano cinematográfico equivale a una frase del lenguaje escrito. El conjunto de frases, debidamente ordenadas para que tengan sentido, hacen una película.

Actividad1: Sinopsis de películas

Busca una sinopsis breve de la película que elijas. Léesela al resto de tus compañeros para que adivinen el título.


Anota el título de las cinco películas más buscadas.

Activity 2: Guess the movie

Can you guess the movie from just one letter?


Write the film genre for each  movie.

Activity 3: Creating a movie poster

Create a movie poster using this on-line resource.


Activity 4: Playing a fun movie game

Play this fun movie game “Blockbuster Trumps”, choose an attribute for each movie character and beat the computer.



Choose three of your favourite characters and write the information that appears on the card.

Activity 5: How to write a film review

Write a film review using the information on this website:


Activité 6: Genre de films

Faites les activités proposées sur les sites suivants:




Activité 7: Annonces des films

Cherchez sur Internet a travers google.fr les bandes annonces des films de l’activité 2 page 21

Proyecto Interdiciplinar: Escenas de películas conocidas

En grupo, prepara un vídeo con tres escenas, una en cada lengua, que pudieran aparecer en películas conocidas por todos. Podéis ser originales. Las escenas que mostréis no tienen que ser copia real de la película. Puedes incluir música, pero nunca el título de las películas que tendrán que ser adivinados por los demás grupos.



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