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Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Back to school!


Before starting a new school year, let's think about the reasons why English is so important.
Why should we study English??






What about you? Why do you study English?
Why do you think it's important?


Edinburgh - July 2016

Hi, everybody!
This summer we went to Edinburgh and we had a great time!
These are some pictures of our study tour!


 Our college
Merchiston Castle School




Edinburgh


The Royal Mile

The Castle

Stirling
William Wallace Monument



The National Museum of Scotland

Loch St Katrine



Wednesday, 23 December 2015

English Cineforum - Peter Pan

Class I D

Last month we saw the movie "Peter Pan" based on the novel of J. M. Barrie. 
It was amazing because in the film there is action but also love and friendship.













Here we are!

Class I D
Hello everybody!! 
We are the class I D!
It is our first year in this school and, to describe ourselves to other students and to our teacher, we created our identity cards in English...






Saturday, 31 October 2015

Halloween in our classroom!


26/10/15
Class I D

Halloween is an annual holiday celebrated on October 31st . 
It has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holy day of All Saints. The term derives from “All Hallows Eve” that means “eve of All Saints’ Day”.
Halloween was a pagan festival, people thought that the living and the dead, came in contact on that night. Like most pagan festivals, long ago it was absorbed into the festivals of the expanding Christian church, and became associated with All Hallows Day, or All Saints Day, which fell on November 1st. The celebration of Halloween survived most strongly in Ireland. It was the end of summer festival, and was often celebrated in each community with a bonfire to ward off the evil spirits. Children would go from door to door in disguise as creatures from the underworld to collect treats, mainly fruit or nuts.  
Carving turnips as ghoulish faces to hold candles became a popular part of the festival, which has been adapted to carving pumpkins in America. Nowadays this festival is celebrated in many western countries.

This year we celebrated Halloween learning some rhymes, making some masks... and Francesco even made a beautiful Jack-o'-lantern!! Thank you, Francesco!

Francesco' s pumpkin


Our Halloween masks





Watch our video!


Thursday, 27 August 2015

Our study - tour in England!

Hi guys! We' re back! 

This is our first post of the new school year and we want to talk about our study tour!

In July we went to England! We stayed 2 days in London and 8 days at Keele University Campus. It was amazing!


Here are some pics!
London

 Keele University' s old building 

Our group at the campus

A night at the pub

Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare' s birthplace

Liverpool

Our certificates!


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