viernes, 30 de mayo de 2014

THE CHILDREN ON THE BEACH by Joaquin Sorolla.

Today we are going to talk about another famous painter:

JOAQUIN SOROLLA


He was born in VALENCIA (Spain). He was SPANISH.
He died in 1923.
He was IMPRESIONIST.

Let's watch this video and pay attention because at the end of the video you have to answer a question about it: 
  • WHAT SEASONS DO YOU THINK THE PICTURES WERE PAINTED?
  • WHAT WAS THE FAVOURITE PLACE TO BE  PAINTED  BY SOROLLA?



Today we are going to work on a picture called:  THE CHILDREN ON BEACH.


Here you have a puzzle to practices with this picture. 
preview6 pieceThe children at the beach

jueves, 29 de mayo de 2014

Roman Hispania

In the previous lessons we have learnt about THE PREHISTORY and THE IBERIAN PENINSULA IN PRE-ROMAN TIMES.

Now we are going to finish this topic talking about ROMAN HISPANIA. To introduce this topic we are going to use a video about a Spanish City. At the end of the video you have to answer this question:

  • What reminds or things does the video show us about Roman Times?



ROMAN TIMES. 
2000 years ago Romans defeated the Cartaginiasn. 
The peninsula became part of Roman Empire: HISPANIA
At the end conquered tribes adopted Roman customs and spoke latin.

Hispania was Roman for 600 years.

After about 400 A.D the Roman Empire weakened.
Visigothic entered in the peninsula from the north part of Europe.

ROMAN CITIES.
The Roman founded many cities like Tarraco (Tarragona), Sagunto and Hispalis (Sevilla)

They were modelled on Rome.
They had two main streets and the forum 
(large public square for important events)

Roman cities were connected by excellent stone roads.


ROMAN ARCHITECTURE 

Temples were used for religious purposes


Theatres, amphitheatres and circuses were used for entertainment.

Aqueducts transported water.

Public bath houses used hot water. 

LET'S REVIEW WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNT.




Let's use the THINKING ROUTINE: THE TRAFFIC LIGHTS. With the green you will say what you know, in orange what you need some support to achieve it and in red what you haven't achive or you have lot of problems. 

miércoles, 28 de mayo de 2014

Training Course - Creativity in English: ICT&European Projects at CFIE de Burgos (4th session)

This afternoon (28/05/2014), my collegue Julián Sanz Mamolar, and I, Javier Ramos Sancha will spend time at CFIE de Burgos. The trainning course will be about how to use CREATIVITY during Bilingualism lessons. The title is: Creativity in English: ICT& European Projects.  

During this fourth session we will talk about EVALUATION AT BILINGUAL SECTIONS,  we are going to show you how to have an evaluation at lessons in which everybody can participate. Also we will try to show you some thinking routines to use during your lessons. 



THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!!!

The Iberian Península in pre-Roman times

Today we are going to work with a new THINKING ROUTINE. It is called THE MISTERY QUESTION. You have to think on what we learnt the last lesson: THE PREHISTORY. Once you have in mind you have to create a question that maybe one of your partners could not understand. The teacher will try to answer and explain better that points.

Once we have solved all the questions and everything is clear we are going to watch a video to learn a bit mor about PRE-ROMAN TIMES. Pay attention because at the end of the video you have to answer the following questions:

  • Where is the place the video is talking about?
  • What was the main crop iberians had?



PRE-ROMAN TIMES
The peninsula was inhabited by Iberians and Celtic tribes.
Then Phoenicians, Greeks and Cartigians came through Mediterranian Seas.

THE IBERIANS AND THE CELTS
Iberians lived in the east and south.
They lived in walled settelments and rectangular houses, they are divided into tribes.
They were herders, farmers, traders and craftsmen.


Celts lived in the centre and the north.
They lived in walled settements with round houses, they are divided into tribes. 
They were herders, farmers and expert metalworkers.


COLONIES
Phoenicians came from Asia, and settled on the southern coast.
Cadiz and Almunecar.


Greeks came from Greece, settled in the Mediterranean coast.
Denia and Ampuria.


Carthaginians came form North Africa, settled in the Mediterranean coast.
Cartagena. 


LET'S PLAY AND CONTINUE LEARNING:

lunes, 26 de mayo de 2014

Evaluación Semana San Gregorio 2014

Mediante estos dos cuestionarios queremos saber tu opinión acerca de la semana de San Gregorio 2014 que hemos celebrado durante la semana pasada. Tómate tu tiempo para contestar recuerda que tu opinión es importante para que podamos mejorar. 



jueves, 22 de mayo de 2014

PREHISTORY

Let's start a new topic, as we are used to, we are going to start with a THINKING ROUTINE. We are going to look for CSI (Colour, Symbol, Image). In the following chart you will have to colour, look for a symbol and draw an image about the topic PREHISTORY. 


We will watch this video about general information about prehistory. At the end of it you will have to answer this question:
  • What are the characteristics of prehistoric hunter?
  • What are the characteristics of HOMO ERECTUS?
  • What are the characteristica NEANTHERTAL?



PREHISTORY
The long period before the invention of writing. 

Stone Age.

Half million years ago. Stone tools were used.


Paleolithic period.
People moved from place to place.
Hunting, fishing and gathering plants.


Neolitic period. 
People lived permanently in one place. 
Farmers, crops, domestic animals.


Metal Ages.

Seven thounsand year ago. Metal tools were used.
The wheel was invented.
First cities were built. 


FIRST CRAFTSMEN
Paleolithic Period: They made tools and weapons hitting one stone against another.

Neolithic Period: They made polished stone tools and weapons, also pots and cloth.

Metal Ages: They made metal tools, weapons and jewellery.

FIRST ARTISTS
Cave paintings, like Altamira Cave, are manificent works of art.
They often paint animals. 

LET'S REVIEW ALL YOU HAVE LEARNT. 

miércoles, 21 de mayo de 2014

Training Course - Creativity in English: ICT&European Projects at CFIE de Burgos (3rd session)


This afternoon (21/05/2014), my collegue Julián Sanz Mamolar, and I, Javier Ramos Sancha will spend time at CFIE de Burgos. The trainning course will be about how to use CREATIVITY during Bilingualism lessons. The title is: Creativity in English: ICT& European Projects.  

During this third session we will talk about how to create an ICT TASK,  a task which can be done by the student, in which they will work with ICT and they will be authonomus. We will try to develop your creativity, this is the first step to start developing your students' one. 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!!!


Evaluation of the mind maps about THE ECONOMY

With this post you are going to evaluate your partner's videos and popplets following the rubric and answering to this questionaire.




When you finish reading the rubric and you have everything clear in your mind, you can start watching your partners video and answering the questions to evaluate it. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO HAVE CLEAR WHAT YOU HAVE TO LOOK FOR AND WHAT ARE THE CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION.


You will send your evaluation through this Google Form. DON'T FORGET TO CLICK ON SUBMIT AT THE END.


To write the comments, you have to follow this pattern:
  • REDACCIÓN EN KIDBLOG: Tienes … porque…
  • ORGANIZACIÓN EN EL MIND MAP: Tienes … porque…
  • ESTRUCTURA DEL TEXTO: Tienes … porque…
  • ORTOGRAFÍA: Tienes … porque…
  • TÉCNICA GRAMATICAL Y TIEMPOS VERBALES: Tienes … porque…
  • VOZ Y RITMO: Tienes … porque…

martes, 20 de mayo de 2014

Mind maps about THE ECONOMY (Science Year 5, Unit 11)

Utilizando las TIC para repasar, una vez terminada la unidad sobre la economíael Sector Primario y Secundario en Españael Clima y  el sector servicios,  trabajamos como siempre, realizamos nuestro mapa conceptual con Popplet.




Después los alumnos graban su explicación con la aplicación Screencast-O-Matic. 



Publican su entrada en su Portfolio Personal creado dentro de los blogs personales de Kidblog.



Y nos lo envían para poder corregirlo a través de la red social educativa de Edmodo.
Estos son los trabajos de los alumnos de esta unidad. 

Javier's Mind Maps

domingo, 18 de mayo de 2014

Semana de San Gregorio 2014 (Rutina de Pensamiento)

Un año más el final de curso se va acercando pero antes nos quedan momentos importantes de los que disfrutar en el colegio. Un año más volvemos a celebrar las fiestas de San Gregorio. Cómo bien sabéis en estas fiestas tratamos de celebrar la suerte de nuestro cole, de nuestros compañeros y profesores, y pensamos un poco más en la realidad en la que vivimos.

Os proponemos una rutina de pensamiento para que nos podáis hablar un poco más de lo que es para vosotros el colegio "SAN GREGORIO". Para ello primero vamos a ver este vídeo que nos sitúe y nos ayude un poco más a ver el colegio y lo que en él se mueve.



Una vez visto el vídeo en nuestro cuaderno de pensamiento vamos a tratar de hacer visible aquello que pensamos y sentimos acerca del cole. Para ello vamos a pensar aquello que más nos gusta y vamos hacer la rutina de pensamiento QUICK DRAW / QUICK WRITE. En el siguiente organizador gráfico tendrás que dibujar aquello que te gusta del colegio y en el otro apartado escribir aquello por lo que crees que tú colegio es bueno para tí. 


Te invitamos a que alguno de tus pensamientos queden recogidos en el siguiente padlet y así puedas compartirlo de alguna manera con tus compañeros. 





¡FELIZ SEMANA DE SAN GREGORIO A TODOS!


miércoles, 14 de mayo de 2014

Celebración del Día de Europa Alumnos de 5º (09/05/2014)

Cómo bien sabéis todos el día 9 de Mayo celebramos el DÍA DE EUROPA en el colegio. Para nosotros durante los último años se convierte en una celebración colegial y por parte de toda la comunidad educativa al completo por la relevancia que le damos a la dimensión y apertura europea en el colegio:


En el colegio lo hacemos celebrando en este día el día de las lenguas por la importancia que creemos tiene y le damos al idioma como vehículo de comunicación, entendimiento y socilización en Europa.

Para celebrar este día los alumnos de quinto junto con Pilar, la profesora de francés, han preparado dos obras de teatro y unos bailes para celebrarlo y hacer disfrutar con ello a sus compañeros. Aquí os dejamos los vídeos finales para que podáis disfrutar todos con ellos. 

ALUMNOS DE 5ºA
Jean petit qui dance




ALUMNOS DE 5ºB
JE M'APPELLE FUNNY BEAR



Celebración del DIA DE EUROPA en el Colegio (9/05/2014)

Cómo bien sabéis todos el día 9 de Mayo celebramos el DÍA DE EUROPA en el colegio. Para nosotros durante los último años se convierte en una celebración colegial y por parte de toda la comunidad educativa al completo por la relevancia que le damos a la dimensión y apertura europea en el colegio:


En el colegio lo hacemos celebrando en este día el día de las lenguas por la importancia que creemos tiene y le damos al idioma como vehículo de comunicación, entendimiento y socilización en Europa.

Para celebrar este día los alumnos de segundo junto con Jenny, la profesora nativa, han preparado dos obras de teatro para celebrarlo y hacer disfrutar con ello a sus compañeros. Aquí os dejamos los vídeos finales para que podáis disfrutar todos con ellos. 

ALUMNOS DE 2ºA
DRAGON TROUBLE




ALUMNOS DE 2ºB
PETER PAN




lunes, 12 de mayo de 2014

#BRINGBACKOURGIRLS and REAL MEN DON'T BUY GIRLS.

Con motivo del secuestro masivo en Nigeria. El alumnado de 6º de Primaria del Colegio San Gregorio en Aguilar de Campoo hemos querido realizar una rutina de pensamiento para analizar la siguiente noticia:


Por ello hemos visualizado el corto que aparece en la noticia y hemos leído la misma.
Más tarde hemos realizado una rutina de pensamiento durante 4 minutos para analizar la noticia.

I   SEE
I THINK
I WONDER







Los alumnos podrán escribir todo lo que quieran de la rutina de pensamiento, pero en especial I WONDER.

¿Te animas?


viernes, 9 de mayo de 2014

The Shepherdess by Camille Pisarro

Today we are going to talk about a painter:


CAMILLE PISSARRO


He was born in ST. THOMAS, an island near UNITED STATES.
He lived in FRANCE for a long time.
He was the teacher of  PAUL GAUGUIN


He was IMPRESSIONIST. 

Let's watch this video  about him. At the end of this video you have to answer a questions:
  • WHAT WAS HIS FAVOURITE PLACE TO PAINT?


We are going to work on his picture THE SHEPHERDESS


We are going to use different material to work in our ARTS & CRAFTS book:

WATERCOLOUR AND BRUSH. 


CRAYONS



LET'S START PRACTICING WITH THIS PUZZLE.

preview6 pieceLa pastora

jueves, 8 de mayo de 2014

SERVICE SECTOR IN SPAIN.

During the last two lesson we talked about THE ECONOMY and about the PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SECTOR IN SPAIN. Today we are going to look and go indeep into the SERVICE SECTOR OR TERTIARY SECTOR IN SPAIN. 

We want you to have a look to this video. At the end of the video we want you to answer some questions about it. 

  • Can you tell three good things about Spain which are good for Tourism?
  • What things does Spain improve to have more tourists?



THE SERVICE SECTOR.

We can classify all the activities of this sector depending on the final aim.

  • PRIVATE SECTOR: banks, insurance companies, entertaiment industry, restaurant or shops. They want ot make money.

  • PUBLIC SECTOR: hospital or schools want to provide a service frequently this service is offered by goverment.

TRANSPORT
  • All Spain is conectted by road, and lots of motor ways.

  • Major cities and towns are also connected by railway. 

  • Suburban trains connnect big cities with surrounded areas.

  • Big cities (Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao) have underground.

  • There are airports in many cities.

TOURISM.

  • Every year million of foreing tourist come to Spain.
  • Tourism is one of the most important service activities in Spain.
  • It provide work for many people and makes a lot of money.
LET'S PRACTICE WITH THIS CROSSWORD.




Once we have finished with all the topic it is time to create your mind maps. We will start creating them in groups and using one of our THINKING ROUTINES: GENERATE - SORT - CONNECT - ELABORATE. 


Primary and secondary sectors in Spain

During the last lesson we had a quick view about ECONOMY, talking about what all the sectors are and they main thing they work on. Today we are going to focus our attention in the Primary and Secondary Sector in our country Spain. 

Let's watch this video about a man from Palencia. At the end of the video we want you to answer this video:

  • What are the best and the worst things for him as a crop farmer?


THE ACTIVE POPULATION. 


Nowadays the active population in Spain is aroun 23 million of people. And because of the crisis 16,5 million are employed and around 6 million are unemployed people. 

The active population is divided in:

  • 4.4 % work in the primary sector.
  • 20.6 % work in the secondary sector.
  • 75 % work in the service sector


THE PRIMARY SECTOR

The main sector activities are Agriculture, livestock farming and fishing.

Agriculture: 
  • On the plains.
  • Wheat, barley, olives, grapes, potatoes, vegetables, fruit.

Livestock farming:
  • Sheeps and poultry on the plains.
  • Cattle on the mountain areas.

Fishing:
  • On the coast areas.

Other important activities mining and forestry.

 


SECONDARY SECTOR.
Main industries are near the big city. Important industries are: 
Metal industry

Chemical industry

Food industry

Telecommunications industry

Textile industry

Car industry.

The construction was important in the past but nowadays has decreased a lot.