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IES Pedro Cerrada

This is the high school where I teach. A state school in Utebo


C/ Las Fuentes, 14.
50180, UTEBO

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Preparing their show and tell in class (1C)

By |January 23rd, 2018|Categories: 1st ESO (Bilingual Programme), Activities, British Council|

Yesterday, today and tomorrow we will be preparing our show and tell in class. The students can make their project individually, in pairs or in groups of three. As we are dealing with the Wild [...]

Chatting with our buddy school from New Jersey (1B)

By |January 23rd, 2018|Categories: Activities, Pingry, Skills, Speaking, Writing|

Yesterday we were chatting with 12 year-old-school boys from Pingry School (New Jersey). We had a wonderful time and we could interact with them in Groups. Looking forward to repeating it again soon. I think [...]

Swinging low to finish with the lesson “let my people go”

By |January 15th, 2018|Categories: 1st ESO (Bilingual Programme), ESO, Music culture, Sociocultural, Uncategorized|

On Friday we finished our lesson on Gospel and we are moving to the Wild West. To finish the lesson we sang Swing low sweet Chariot and they didn't do it bad but we are [...]