Although there are still a lot of exams coming, we hope this week doesn't look like this to you !!


Thanksgiving is a very important American festivity and it is celebrated on the last Thursday of November ( 25th of November, this year ).
Thanksgiving is a special day for families to be together and to thank God for all they have. Why is Thanksgiving such an important day? Watch this video and have a look at the presentation.

Task: Look for the recipe of a traditional Thanksgiving dish and hand it in to us in class next week.


For those of you who want to revise for next week's exam, here you have some links.

Quantifiers 1.                                             Quantifiers 2.

Making questions.                    Present simple/ Present continuous.

Past simple/ Past continuous.

Don't forget you can also do all the exercises we have done in class again. Study hard and good luck!!!


We wish to congratulate our student Lidia Pérez (1 Batxillerat A) on being awarded with "Premi extraordinari al rendiment acadèmic d'ESO" (2010/2011). WELL DONE!!!!

At the hospital!

Do you hate going to hospital? Are you a hypochondriac? Watch this Mr Bean video and have some fun. Then, write a short story telling what happens and hand it to me in class.

Listening comprehension: Gap Year.

Taking a "Gap Year" is a tradition in many European countries and it is gaining ground in the United States. It is not common here in Spain, though. You have already passed through nursery school, pre-school, elementary school, middle school and now HIGH SCHOOL. You are worn out, would you like to take a gap year? Do you know what a gap year is? If you want to find out, watch the video.

Guy Fawkes' Night or Bonfire Night

Guy Fawkes' Night or Bonfire Night is celebrated on the 5th of November. This is a British festivity.
In November 1605, the Gunpowder plot took place. In it, some catholics plotted to blow up the English Parliament and King James I on the day set for the king to open Parliament. The men were angry because the king had treated them very badly and they didn't like it.
Ever since that day, the British have celebrated Guy Fawkes' Night. Today, young people in Britain make a Guy with old clothes and fill him with newspaper. Then they go round the streets with the Guy and ask for "a penny for the Guy". With this money they buy fireworks and make bonfires to burn the Guy.
Here is a very famous rhyme about Guy Fawkes:
"Remember, remember
The fifth of November.
Gunpowder, treason and plot.
I see no reason
Why gunpowder and treason
Should ever be forgot"