miércoles, 26 de febrero de 2014

Literatura del Renacimiento en esquema

Ascética y Mística del Renacimiento

Ascética y Mística (Literatura del Renacimiento)

3º ESO: Las diapositivas más importantes son:

2 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 8 (inicio) - 9 - 10 - 12 - 13

16 al 19 y de la 21 a 24

- Cántico espiritual: leerlo (sirve para los comentarios)
- Noche oscura del alma: leerlo (te da pistas para los comentarios)

Mística y Ascética

Ascética y Mística - Literatura lírica renacentista

miércoles, 19 de febrero de 2014

Pictures to describe, compare and contrast

3º ESO - Writing activity

- These are the pictures Gina showed you last Wednesday. Download them so that you can use them to do the composition for next week. 

- Remember, the activity consists of describing, comparing and contrasting. 

- Use different connectors (and, but, because, although, however...).

- you should also use MIGHT + infinitive, they seem to + infinitive, they look + adjective, ...

martes, 18 de febrero de 2014


4º ESO: Composition.

Deadline: on March the 3rd

jueves, 13 de febrero de 2014

Icono de la Virgen de Vladímir

THEODOKOS, Icono de la Virgen de Vladímir, siglo XII

jueves, 6 de febrero de 2014

lie - lay - lain --- lay - laid - laid

mentir:  lie - lied - lied -- lying

tumbarse, echarse:  lie - lay - lain -- lying

colocar, poner:  lay - laid - laid -- laying



A box of chocolates

A bar of chocolate:

domingo, 2 de febrero de 2014

Future tenses

Future tenses

Future simple (will) and BE GOING TO key TIME expressions:
tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, tonight, soon, next week, next month, in a week, in a month, etc.

We use this to talk about something which will be in progress at a time in the future.
• I will be leaving soon.
. This time tomorrow I will be flying to New York
• Will you be coming to the party?
• I won't be seeing Steve until next week.
Formula: subject + will be + present participle (base verb + -ing)
Key Time Expressions: next, tomorrow, soon, in, later

The future perfect refers to a completed action in the future. We can also use this tense when we project ourselves into the future and when we are looking back at the completed action at a time later than now.
• You will have arrived by then.
• Will you have finished your report on time?
• I will not have left, by the time you read this.
Formula: subject + will have + past participle of verb
Key Time Expressions: by