Este es el último artículo que se escribirá en el presente blog.El motivo del cese es la deficiente implementación por parte de Educastur de sistemas de incrustación de contenidos dinámicos, que imposibilita incluir bastante material que se pretendía trabajar en el aula con el alumnado.Todos los artículos publicados hasta la fecha se han trasladado a un nuevo blog en Blogger, aunque no nos ha sido posible transportar los comentarios. Esa es la razón por la que no borramos este blog, que a partir de ahora existirá únicamente como archivo.La dirección del nuevo blog es; en él seguiremos publicando desde ahora.Esperamos veros allí muy pronto :-)

Our 2ºESO B students have been busy writing their own comics from the material we work with in the classroom. They used the teacher’s tips to create their particular vision of the story.

You will be able to see the results  soon. Stay tuned :-)

Some people say we can breathe freely at last, now that smoking is forbidden near public buildings. We have not been able to find any ashtrays in the Rey Pelayo, but does anyone know how many fire-extinguishers there are in our school? And why are there so many in Building 3?

We have created a new Lino canvas with Halloween content. It is only a dirty laboratory for 2ºESO, but everyone is invited. So if you have something scary to say, just post it !!!


This is for my dear 2AC students.

If you visit this page, you can do an interesting quiz and test your knowledge of the book. Let’s see how many questions you can answer!

If you get more than seven questions right, you may post your name here ;-)

St Patrick

Shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold… Don’t these words “ring a bell”?

It’s St Patrick’s Day (or Paddy’s Day if we use the colloquial expression), Ireland’s national feast. On March 17th Irish people wear green clothes (green is Ireland’s typical colour) and hold parades all around the world.

You can learn more about the celebration at this link.

Now may I ask you a question: What do shamrocks have to do with St Patrick? And what is the relationship between leprechauns and this feast?

If you know the answer, write a comment. I’ll be happy to read it :-)

Now watch a funny short video on St Patrick’s life:

Hello, my dear S2C students!

Don’t you think WALL.E is a friendly robot? People say hello when they meet for the first time, and robots can greet us, too ;-)

Why don’t we introduce ourselves to WALL.E ? We can say who we are, where we live, how old we are, what we like doing… And we can also show some interest for him and ask him about his life, job, friends… You can share your comments with your colleagues. Who can write the most original introduction? :-)

(Remember you will need your Educastur username and password if you want to write a comment)

Hello everybody and thanks for visiting.

I hope you will have a nice time reading and writing here. There is still a long course ahead, so…


Here is the link to the film’s official website. Remember you can find a link to Frank Abagnale’s personal page in this same blog.

Catch me if you can “The true story of a real fake”

And here’s the trailer:

This youTube film shows how people can only pay attention to one thing at a time. They forget about everything else, even if the person they are talking to is swapped for a different one! Do you understand the directions the man gives to every person in the film?

(Click on the film to get redirected to the youTube page)

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