All students hate June because of exams and you are not the exception. Today I'm going to give you different activities for you to do. Depending on your needs or on the skills you are going to be tested, decide the order to do them.
I would begin with a listening exercise, as it may take some time to upload. 

Reading comprehension: PROM TIME

Next there are two links with lots of grammar exercises.

A couple of games, the first about reported speech, the second about grammar in general. 


If you click on the links, you will be directed to two blogs with lots of exercises on grammar. Choose the ones you need to revise and start working!!
Grammar 1

Grammar 2

When you feel confident or feel like taking a break, listen to some music or play some games.

Learning games


Time goes by really quickly and you have already finished your last year at our school. We do really hope we have been able to inspire you in your learning process and have helped you to achieve your goals. 

And you will also need a lot of grit (coraje, determinación). And that is what Michelle Obama talked about last week at a graduation at a high school in Nashville. Watch a part of  her speech and make it yours.Click on the following link and you will be able to see the video. You can also read her words.

Michelle Obama On “Grit”

What I learned was that when something doesn’t go your way, you’ve just got to adjust. You’ve got to dig deep and work like crazy. And that’s when you’ll find out what you’re really made of, during those hard times.
But you can only do that if you’re willing to put yourself in a position where you might fail. And that’s why so often, failure is the key to success for so many great people. Take Steve Jobs, who was fired from Apple early in his career, and now his iPods and iPads and iPhones have revolutionized the entire world. Oprah was demoted from her first job as a news anchor, now she doesn’t even need a last name. (Laughter.) And then there’s this guy, Barack Obama, who lost — (applause) — I could take up a whole afternoon talking about his failures, but — (laughter) — he lost his first race for Congress, and now he gets to call himself my husband. (Laughter and applause.)
All jokes aside, the point is, is that resilience and grit, that ability to pick yourself up when you fall. Those are some of the most important skills you’ll need as you make your way through college and through life.
And here’s the thing, graduates: These qualities are not ones that you’re born with. They’re not like the color of your eyes or your height. They’re not qualities that are beyond your control. Instead, you can dictate whether you’ll have grit. You decide how hard you’ll work. So I want you to make those choices right now, today, if you haven’t already done so. Make those choices. I want you to tell yourself that no matter what challenges you face, that you will commit yourself to achieving your goals, no matter where life takes you.

We wish you the best!!!


We will begin with some reading today, as exams are really close, read some tips to deal with exam stress.

Listening is your next task, click on the link and it will direct you to a great blog UP TO DATE. There you will find a news podcast , listen to it and do the quiz.


In case you are still wondering what you want to do with your life in the near future, try the following quiz and find your ideal career.

Game time!!



Feel free to work on the different tasks you have been assigned, but remember the deadlines. On Monday you will have to show your advertisement to the class and glogsters should be corrected before next Thursday, the furthest.
For those of you who are not under pressure, first read this article about the language of advertising.

Next, if you click on the image, you will be directed to an online game by the US Government to help students understand the hidden messages of advertising.

Finally keep trying to pass levels with The Grammar of Doom.

Good luck and have fun!!!!!!


Today I am going to direct you to the EFL SMARTblog so as to answer some questions about YouTube. You will have to complete all the questions on the photocopy and hand them to me before the end of the lesson. Don't waste your time and start working!!

When you finish, you can play some scrabble.


If you haven't finished your glog project, don't waste your time. And if it is finished, let me know and we can check it.

Then click on the following link and learn more things about life in a secondary school in GB. 
Now, I would like you to try this game. Feedback will be welcome. 


Second Bachillerato students are about to finish their studies at school. Some British students take a gap year before going to university. Read the following article and find out some different points of view. Would you like to take one?