Arts & English for young learners

12 October 2011

Images for Still Life Painting

Filed under: General — teresacd @ 22:11

Finally, you can download photos in order to finish your exercise. Please, try to give me next Friday.

New blog`s link:

21 June 2011

Comentario Asignatura

Filed under: General — Sergio Arrutia Noriega @ 13:10

Escrito por Enol & Sergio .

El curso fue entretenido y practico.A los dos el trabajo que mas nos gustó fue el del grabado de Gijón pero tambien hubo otros que no nos resultaron interesantes para nosotros (fueron la minoria) .El domino fue el que menos nos gusto .Hemos aprendido mucho durante este año

The course was  fun and interesting .We the best task was the engraving of Gijón, but there were others that we weren´t  interesting for us . The domain was the least like us. We have learned a lot this year.Thanks

16 June 2011

Impressionism, pop art and abstract expressionism.

Filed under: General — laurarpgi23 @ 22:19

Abstract expressionism

Abstract expressionism was a movement created in America after the Second World War in the 1940s and after a few decades it had spread around the world.

Abstract expressionism is usually painted over big surfaces, and specially over canvas using oil. Normally, it removes figures, but there are some exceptions. Other of its mains characteristics is the use of the called ”all over” which covers all the surface of the canvas, and it means an open field without limits on the painting’s surface. The use of colours is reduced to white, black and the primary colours: yellow, magenta and cian. In this kind of paintings we can see the distress, which reflects the society where these paintings came out.

First, it was under the influence of the surrealism. After de WWII, it created two new trends: action painting and color fields.  Some action painters are Polloc and Kooning and color-field painters are artists such us Rothko.

 Pop Art

Pop art is an art movement which was created in the early 1950s and in America in the late 1950s.  Pop removes the material from its context and isolates the object, or combines it with other objects.Pop art is employed in mass culture such us advertising, comic books or other cultural objects. Unlike to the abstract expressionism, pop art uses the irony and parody. Pop art’ objective is to employ images of popular as opposed to elitist culture in art.

Much of pop art is considered ilogic, as some practices that are often used make it difficult for some to understandit easily.

Some pop art artists are Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Tom Wesselmann.


It was a 19- century movement originated by some artists from Paris. At the start they didn’t have any success, but then it became a really important movement. Its name is derived from the title of a Claude Monet work, Impression, soleil levant.

It has small, thin, yet visible brush strokes.Radicals in their time, early Impressionists violated the rules of academic painting.They began by constructing their pictures from freely brushed colours .The Impressionists found out that they could capture the momentary and transient effects of sunlight by painting en plein air.

Impressionism became a precursor of various styles of painting, including Neo-Impressionism, Post-impressionism, Fauvism and Cubism.

Some Impressionist are Cézanne, Degas, Manet, Monet et Renoir.

Impressionism, Por Art, and Abstarct expressionism.

Filed under: General — marinapagi23 @ 19:50

Pop art is an art movementthat emerged in the mid 1950s in Britain,and in the late 1950s in the United States.Pop art challenged tradition by asserting that an artist’s use of the mass-produced visual commodities of popular culture is contiguous with the perspective of fine art. Pop removes the material from its context and isolates the object, or combines it with other objects, for contemplation. The concept of pop art refers not as much to the art itself as to the attitudes that led to it.

Pop art employs aspects of mass culture, such as advertisingcomic books, and mundane cultural objects. It is widely interpreted as a reaction to the then-dominant ideas of abstract expresionism as well as an expansion upon them.

The Campbell’s Soup Cans labels, by Andy Warhol, is a good example of pop art.

Abstract expressionism was an American post–World War II art movement. It was the first specifically American movement to achieve worldwide influence and put New York City at the center of the western art world, a role formerly filled by Paris. Although the term “abstract expressionism” was first applied to American art in 1946 by the art critic Robert Coates, it had been first used in Germany in 1919 in the magazine Der Sturm, regarding German Expressionism. In the USA, Alfred Barr was the first to use this term in 1929 in relation to works by Wassily Kandinsky

Impressionism was a 19th-century art movement that originated with a group of Paris-based artists whose independent exhibitions brought them to prominence during the 1870s and 1880s. The name of the style is derived from the title of a Claude Monet work, Impression, soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise), which provoked the critic Louis Leroy to coin the term in a satiric review published in the Parisian newspaper Le Charivari.Characteristics of Impressionist paintings include relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes; open composition; emphasis on accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities (often accentuating the effects of the passage of time); common, ordinary subject matter; the inclusion of movement as a crucial element of human perception and experience; and unusual visual angles.

Filed under: General — cristinmcggi23 @ 19:36


    A painting movement in which artists typically applied paint rapidly, and with force to their huge canvases in an effort to show feelings and emotions, painting gesturally, non-geometrically, sometimes applying paint with large brushes, sometimes dripping or even throwing it onto canvas. Their work is characterized by a strong dependence on what appears to be accident and chance, but which is actually highly planned. Some Abstract Expressionist artists were concerned with adopting a peaceful and mystical approach to a purely abstract image. Usually there was no effort to represent subject matter. Not all work was abstract, nor was all work expressive, but it was generally believed that the spontaneity of the artists’ approach to their work would draw from and release the creativity of their unconscious minds. The expressive method of painting was often considered as important as the painting itself.

   Abstract Expressionism originated in the 1940s, and became popular in the 1950s.

    Artists who painted in this style include Hans Hoffman, Adolph Gottlieb, Mark Rothko Willem De Kooning ,Clyfford Still, Barnett Newman…


   Pop Art emerged in the mid 1950s in England, but realized its fullest potential in New York in the ’60s where it shared, with Minimalism, the attentions of the art world.

   It is a moot point as to whether the most extraordinary innovation of 20th-century art was Cubism or Pop Art. Both arose from a rebellion against an accepted style: the Cubists thought Post-Impressionist artists were too tame and limited, while Pop Artists thought the Abstract Expressionists pretentious and over-intense. Pop Art brought art back to the material realities of everyday life, to popular culture (hence “pop”), in which ordinary people derived most of their visual pleasure from television, magazines, or comics.

   The most famous of the Pop artists, the cult figure Andy Warhol, recreated quasi-photographic paintings of people or everyday objects.


Impressionism, French Impressionism, a major movement, first in painting and later in music, that developed chiefly in France during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Impressionist painting comprises the work produced between about 1867 and 1886 by a group of artists who shared a set of related approaches and techniques. The most conspicuous characteristic of Impressionism was an attempt to accurately and objectively record visual reality in terms of transient effects of light and colour. The principal Impressionist painters were Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro.   The established painter Édouard Manet, whose work in the 1860s greatly influenced Monet and others of the group, himself adopted the Impressionist approach about 1873. Edgar Degas and Paul Cézanne also painted in an Impressionist style for a time in the early 1870s.

14 June 2011

Abstract Expressionism, Impressionism and Pop art

Filed under: General — inesgmgi23 @ 17:00

Abstract Expressionism:This type of art, was created in 1940 in the United Estates.  After 20 years,It was spread all over around the world. The characteristics are, that normally the work with oil on canvas. Thay often use limited colurs, like white and black, or only the primary colours like magenta, Yellow and cyan.     Some important artist are ; Karel apple, William Brice, Alice Baber….     This is an example of a picture in Abstract Expressionism.Impressionism:It was born from the XIX century , in all Europe, but mainly in France. It tries to show the light and the instance without thinking how it is like. Like in the abstract expressionism , it uses the oil, but the try to use more type of colour with more pigments. One of the most important painters  was, Claude Monet. But also there are other painters like, Joaquin Sorolla, Camille pisarro, Edouard Manet… This is a picture of Monet.Pop Art:It was an important movement  of the XX century. It is characterised of the images that they use, are often taken by the advertisements, magazines… In some countries this type of art is considered like a parody because of the elements thath they use, Some artist are: Jim Dine, Alex Katz, Jasper johns.. and more. And this is an example of the Pop Art.

25 May 2011

Art Movements

Filed under: General — adrianscgi23 @ 23:01

Abstract Expressionism, Impressionism and Pop Art



Abstract Expressionism

Abstract expressionism was an American post-World War II art movement. It was the first specifically American movement to achieve worldwide influence and also the one that put New York City at the center of the art world, a role formerly filled by Paris.

Although the term “abstract expressionism” was first applied to American art in 1946 by the art critic Robert Coates, it had been first used in Germany in 1919 in the magazine Der Sturm, regarding German Expressionism. In the USA, Alfred Barr was the first to use this term in 1929 in relation to works by Wassily Kandinsky.[1]

Like all Modern art, a general term used for most of the artistic production from the late Nineteenth century until approximately the 1970s, works of art created during this period reflect a new approach to art which placed emphasis on representing emotions, themes, and various abstractions. Artists experimented with new ways of seeing, with fresh ideas about the nature, materials and functions of art, often moving further toward abstraction.

In Expressionist Art, the artist tries to express certain feelings about some thing. The artists that painted in this style were more concerned with having their paintings express a feeling than in making the painting look exactly like what they were painting.

Marc Chagall , Wassily Kandinsky , Ludwig Kirchne


Impressionism was developed in France during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These pieces of art were painted as if someone just took a quick look at the subject of the painting. The paintings were usually in bold colors and did not have a lot of detail. The paintings in this style were usually outdoor scenes like landscapes. The pictures were painted to look like they were shimmering.

Characteristics of Impressionist paintings include relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes; open composition; emphasis on accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities (often accentuating the effects of the passage of time); common, ordinary subject matter; the inclusion of movement as a crucial element of human perception and experience; and unusual visual angles. The development of Impressionism in the visual arts was soon followed by analogous styles in other media which became known as Impressionist music and Impressionist literature.

The term “Impressionism” can also be used to describe art created in this style, but not during the late 19th century.

Claude Monet,  Mary Cassatt, Pierre Auguste Renoir,  Camille Pissaro.

Pop Art

Pop Art, born slightly after the Abstract Expressionist movement, is seen by many as both a reaction and an expansion on the ideas which that movement was presenting.  The idea of Pop Art is one which seeks to challenge traditional approaches to art.  The definition of Pop Art maintains that when an artist uses an image or theme that is a mass-produced quantity, their work is still valid and should be classified as Fine Art because they are removing any of the original meaning from the context and are making a unique statement with the materials which they use.  The entire idea behind Pop Art does not relate so much to the art itself as to the attitudes of the artists about the pieces.

Pop Art has roots with Pop Music as well, with the movement toward expressing popular ideas and beliefs instead of the more traditional elitist views toward beauty in art and life.  Both elements make heavy use of irony while making their points.  It is usually seen as a way of responding to the personal symbolism that Abstract Expressionism brought, making art more accessible to the public with impersonal works filled with irony and parody to make a point.

Though it began in America during the late 1950s, Pop Art took its strongest hold during the 60s, when artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns, and Andy Warhol had found a place in the art world.  Due to the absorbing of modern art into the increasingly sophisticated advertising world, the American public didn’t have a far leap to make into Pop Art.  The struggle with the artists came in the form of finding deeper meaning in the popular images of the day, an exercise which the public took very well to.  The strength with which the artists imbued their work was forceful, however.  The bold and striking images which came from the Pop Art movement are ones which can still find resonance today.

Pop art can be any every day item that is drawn in a brash and colorful way. Pop Art is short for Popular Art. It is inspired by comic strips, advertising, and popular entertainment.

Andy Warhol,  Roy Lichtenstein,  Claes Oldenberg ,  David Hockney

2 May 2011

ART MOVEMENTS: interesting links.

Filed under: General — teresacd @ 23:35

vampire.jpg Abstract expresionism:







5 April 2011

Resumen de los colores sus complementarios, los originales, la saturación y desaturación

Filed under: General — miguelgmgi23 @ 21:29

Miguel González Menéndez, 5/4/2011


There are 3 basic colours, which are Magenta, Cyan and Yellow.


With those ones combinated we obtain lots of COMPLEMENTARY COLOURS.

The complementary colours are the ones you can see opposite theirselves, for example green is the complementary of magenta and viceversa.

If we put black or white over them we saturize or desaturize them, so we can obtain colours like the ones you’ll see below:

17 February 2011


Filed under: General — teresacd @ 14:07


It is necessary /compulsory to fill in this opinion poll  before Sunday. Send me the results by copying and pasting in a word document to my e-mail address: but you also have to send it on-line.


27 December 2010


Filed under: General — cristinmcggi23 @ 22:54

My most used mass media is TV. Depending the exams, the amount of homework and the time I stay at home, I aproximatly spend 2 hours in this mass media everyday. I usually use it with my parents to learn cultures and traditions of the different countries, especially of Spain, to learn languages, to search information for school, to entertainment, to know the knews are happening at the moment and also hardly ever for boredom, when I’m alone. Some series I watch are ”Red Eagle”, ”Wolf Land”, ”Pasapalabra”, ”Spains on the world”,”Aida”, ”Spain”(Hispania),”The Legend of the Seeker” that is not on tv actually, ”CSI”, etc. I don’t use this mass media in special situations only when I want or when I have time. If this mass media didn’t exist people would be different. They wouldn’t know news are happening at the moment, they wouldn’t know about traditions or cultures of the different countries and they wouldn’t know about a lot of other things. This mass media appeared years ago but the first broadcast was in England in 1936 and after in other countries like USA. People would be more inteligent and  they would learn more things. I would change nothing in this mass media. In my opinion it is really fantastic. images-1.jpg                                                    tv-400.jpg

25 December 2010

Mass Media

Filed under: General — Claudia @ 20:11

I really like watch TV, I spend a lot of time in front of it. I see it 1 or 2 hours every day but only if I have done all my homework and if I haven’t got any exams next day. I normally see TV for entreteiment but sometimes for boredon becuse I haven’t got anything to do. I always see in TV series like “Doctor Mateo”, “El internado”, “Hospital central”, ” Bones”  and other series,  I see all of it with my family because sometimes I’m scared. I really like see documentaries of animals too but I see it alone because when they are at the TV my parents are working. When I’m very bored I see cartoons with my little brother like “spongebob” or “Dora the explorer”. I thing that when you are watching TV you can learn a lot of traditions of other countries in the world. If TV didn’t exixtt probably it will be very boring and you can’t know wat is happening in every part of the world. When TV was introduced in our lives supose a very important technological change.






I add some links of tv programmes:

17 December 2010


Filed under: General — teresacd @ 13:37


Look for different jobs related to this subject in every sense of the term from Technical professions to Media professionals.

You can search on the internet for several images and once you have selected five of them, draw them (copy, if you like it) with colours in your drawing book.

After finishing your tasks, we will scan the pictures in order to have a digital image that we can project on a very big piece of paper. My idea is to organise an exhibition with these figures who will have a speech bubble explaing their jobs.

The target of the exercise is to think how many jobs and studies are related with the subject and that Arts in general words provide a wide range of professional opportunities.


3 December 2010

The human body

Filed under: General — teresacd @ 15:43

maniqui1.jpgsketches.jpg               In this activity, you have to draw human bodies considering the structure of the figures. Think that every body has muscles, bones and joints and drawing the outline  is very  different to drawing something which has volume and depth. If you use circles and cylinders in order to construct  the skeleton, you will obtain a very good result.maniqui2.jpg

In the first box (unit 2, activity 2) , you have to draw the outline of your classmates (the first models). In the second one, try to construct your classmates’ body using circles and cylinders.

23 November 2010


Filed under: General — pablossgi23 @ 14:03

Hi ,my name is Pablo and I ´m from Gijón.I´m 14 and iI love sport.I play handball in the Inmaculada,a very good team.

Bye bye…………………………………….xD

19 November 2010

Hello i’m Adrian

Filed under: General — adriandlgi23 @ 22:52

Hello my name is Adrian i’m 14 years old my hobbies are listening music,playing basketball and meet my friends.I’m not really good at class but i pass almost ever see you later¡¡¡

18 November 2010

About Mass Media

Filed under: General — teresacd @ 0:48

internet.jpg Choose one Mass Medium among:  Radio, TV, Cinema, Newspaper, Internet and take notes of these parameters:

􀂃 Students have to analyse the mass medium they use most in their life:

nios21.JPGRecord the item (name of print or TV/radio program)Name the medium

(television, radio, internet etc.)

Record the amount of time spent with the medium (rounding off is fine)

Record the context of interaction

Explaining why the interaction took place (research for homework,

entertainment, boredom etc.)

􀂃 At the conclusion of the period, use the journal to compute the amount of time

spent with each mass medium and chart the circumstances and reasons why.

On average, how much time do you spend with this medium?

What role or purpose does this medium fulfill for you? What do you get from this

medium? Do you tend to use this medium to satisfy a need such as information,

entertainment or to fill the boredom?

Do you use this medium during certain times of day or in certain situations?

Do you use this medium alone or with others?

How do you think your life would be different if this medium didn’t exist?

When this medium was first introduced, what impact do you think it had on our


Is there anything about your consumption of media you would like to change?


Exercise for Technologies

Filed under: General — teresacd @ 0:07


You are going to do one exercise about electricity in Technology subject. You will use a piece of wood like basis  and on this surface you have to create your own decoration painting decorative motifs related to that topic. You can choose any drawing that you consider the most aproppiate in order to illustrate the background. You get to use acrylic colours and paintbrushes.

26 October 2010


Filed under: General — pablossgi23 @ 16:57

Hello my name is Pablo.I like handball and I play it in a team.I also like surfCool and travel.xD.Jajajajajaja.Byeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

6 October 2010

Imposible Shapes

Filed under: General — Sergio Arrutia Noriega @ 19:21

These are three types of imposible shapes:




28 September 2010

Hello This is Cristina

Filed under: General — cristinmcggi23 @ 13:30

Hi!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am 14 years old. I live in Gijon. I like playing sports. Specially i like playing tennis. I like learn English too. I like  go out with my friends. In august I like to go to xeraco a little village in valencia. i have a lot of friends there since i was 6 years. xdxdxdx jajajajajajajaI love travel’s fantastic

Hello! This is Ramon

Filed under: General — ramonsrgi23 @ 13:29

Hello , I´m Ramon and I´m 14 years old. I live in Gijon and my hobbies are play football and meet my friends. I have a sister

Hello! This is Marina

Filed under: General — marinapagi23 @ 13:29

Hello, I am Marina. I am 13 years old. I live in Gijón, in a flat. I like listening to music, dancing and meet my friends. I haven’t got any pets or brothers or sisters. This year, in arts & crafts, I would like to go on a trip.

Filed under: General — mariovggi23 @ 13:29

I am mario and I am from Gijon .

Hi! I am Miguel

Filed under: General — miguelgmgi23 @ 13:27

Hi, I am Miguel and I am from Gijón! I like playing handball, listening to music and playing videogames.

I have 1 brother, Santi. I have a dog, Nica.

Actually i am living at Castiello, beautiful place.

Anything more to post?

About the summer, I will post it other day.


Hello, this is Paula

Filed under: General — paulanggi23 @ 13:23

Hello, I’m 14 years old. I live in Gijón. I like listening to music, dancing, and meeting my friends. This year in arts & crafts I would like to go on a trip.

Hello This is Inés

Filed under: General — inesgmgi23 @ 13:22

Hello, I’m 14 years old. I live in Gijón. I Like playing basketball, listening to music and going out with my friends. In arts and design classes I will like to do a trip

Hello,This is Sergio

Filed under: General — Sergio Arrutia Noriega @ 13:21

My name´s Sergio,I´m 14 .I live in Gijón.I like playing basketball and meeting my friends at the weekend.This year in arts & crafts I´ll like to do a trip

This is nahuel!!!

Filed under: General — nahuelcgi23 @ 13:20

Hello everibody, I am nahuel,my favourite sport is Swimming and my hobbies are,Karate and to Swim.My favorite colour is red.I have one brother and one sister,they are younger than me.

I will try to be a good  boy

23 August 2010

An interesting link about English learning

Filed under: General — teresacd @ 19:08


I don´t hesitate to recommend you this channel in YouTube, where you can find several videos with different levels in order to learn English.

PrivateEnglishPortal o directly

23 June 2010

Mi opinión sobre la clase de plástica

Filed under: General — luciagfgi23 @ 19:42

   HI¡¡¡¡¡¡                                                                                                                                                                                  Este año los alumnos bilingües hemos tenido la clase de plástica en inglés. En un principio pensaba que iba a ser una de las asignaturas más dificiles, pero a medida que iba transcurriendo el curso  me acabó pareciendo más facil. en mi opinión lo más dificil era el vocabulario tecnico. también me habria gustado alguna salida más. En general me lo he pasado bastante bien y he aprendido bastantes  cosas.

Lucía Gimeno Fernández-1ºA


21 June 2010

la clase de plastica

Filed under: General — belenrrgi23 @ 13:24

Yo pienso que la clase de plastica es divertida porque nos lo pasamos bien haciendo grabados y cosas de esas. Pienso que Richard es un buen profesor de ingles, aunque a veces pronuncia un poco raro y no nos enteramos… El proyecto bilingüe a sido una buena experiencia porque aprendemos mucho más que en inglés normal, asi que espero que vuelva a estar el año que viene XD

Belén Rodríguez 1ºC

Happy holidays!!!

The art class

Filed under: General — candelambgi23 @ 13:24

 Me parece que haber estudiado dibujo en inglés ha sido una idea bastante buena. Este año, en dibujo, he aprendido más que nunca porque además de hacer tareas hemos aprendido y estudiado diferentes temas como los colores y geometría. Lo que más me ha costado ha sido la geometría pero los resultados han sido realmente buenos. Lo que más me ha gustado ha sido quizás el grabado.

Creo que el inglés nos ha dificultado un poco el trabajo pero finalmente ha merecido la pena porque hemos ampliado mucho nuestro vocabulario y gramática.Aún así creo que hemos trabajado bastante rápido.

This year we learned a lot. Bye!

                                                                                              Candela Megido 1 C

mi opinión

Filed under: General — iratxeecgi23 @ 13:23

Mi opinión sobre la clase de plástica en bilingüe es generalmente positiva. Ha sido una experiencia buena en la que he aprendido mucho inglés y hablarlo con más soltura. A pesar de algunas complicaciones debido a la difilcutad del idioma, siempre terminamos riéndonos a carcajadas. Me lo he pasado muy bien y creo que ha sido buena la intervención del auxiliar de conversación, nosotros hemos aprendido de él y él de nosotros, todo lleno de risas en nuestra animada clase de plástica. Espero que el año que viene sigan siendo las clases bilingües tan divertidas y seguir aprendiendo mucho.

                            Bye, Iratxe Esteve 1ºC

Art in Sección Bilingüe

Filed under: General — albadtgi23 @ 13:21

La asignatura de plástica en inglés ha sido una experiencia diferente, interesante y divertida. Estas clases nos han ayudado a mejorar nuestro nivel de inglés tanto en la pronunciación como en teoría.Quizá necesitaríamos  más tiempo para realizar las láminas ya que requieren tiempo y perfección. El año que viene espero que al ser una nueva asignatura en todos los sentidos me resulte así más interesante.


Alba de la Fuente Tomás 1ºC

Mi opinión sobre la clase Bilingüe

Filed under: General — covadonggtgi23 @ 13:14

El proyecto Bilingüe ha sido muy  interesante. Ha sido una muy buena oportunidad de aprender mucho vocabulario.  Lo unico que se podría mejorar son las explicaciones, que me han resultado algo complicadas de entender ya que son en ingles y necesitamos más tiempo para comprenderlas. Por lo demás estar en la sección Bilingue me ha parecido algo muy entretenido.

My opinion of the class of art :)

Filed under: General — raquellfegi23 @ 13:05

I think that the classes of arts of this course were very interesting and funny. Maite is a very good teacher and Richard was very nice with us. :)

18 June 2010

Comentario sobre proyecto bilingüe .

Filed under: General — aidazlgi23 @ 9:26


Proyecto bilingüe 2009/2010

ESte curso fue la primera vez  que estuve en un proyecto bilingü pareció muy interesante lo que más me gusto fue el dar plastica en inglés y no otra asignatura. y lo que me gustaría mejorar son el número de salidas que se realiza a lo laargo del año.

estoy deseando vivir este proyecto otra vez

aida zapico linares. 1ºa

opinion sobre la clase de bilingue en plastica

Filed under: General — mariahagi23 @ 9:24

Paula !ºA:

esta experiencia ha sido muy interesante y he apredido muchas cosas. Pero las explicaciones se podrian mejorar para otros años ya que dificulta al hacer las láminas si no te las han explicado realmente bien. El profesor nativo podria participar mas y aprovechar mas el unico dia que esta. :)

Carmen Tsoutsa !ºA:

ha sido unma experioencia inolvidable en la que apredemos muchisimo ingles. a pesar de que se podia mejorar las explicaciones y la colaboracion del profesor nativo :P

My opinion about art bilingual class

Filed under: General — pelayofagi23 @ 9:21

I think that learning art in English is a good form to improve your English. For me, art is the best subject for the bilingual and I like it very much. The things that I like more are the lots of trips that we do and the help of Richard, the conversation assistant. However, there are things that I dislike, like, for exemple the slowness of some classes.

                                                                                                      PELAYO FERNANDEZ ARIAS 1ºA    :-)

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