Proyecto de blog de aula para alumn@s y profesor@s

Monday, 26 December 2016

Kiss me sweet

I was driving when I heard this song and I liked it

Friday, 23 December 2016

Happy holiday!


Saturday, 17 December 2016

Grammar and vocabulary: songs

Here you are a compilation of songs you have suggested, thanks a lot for your great ideas! For PAST SIMPLE PRACTICE have a look at AC/CD and Nirvana (thanks David!! excellent choices!) This beautiful songs includes the verb GIVE UP. In this song it means "rendirse"(NEVER GIVE UP = nunca te rindas). It can also mean "dejar" (GIVE UP SMOKING = dejar de fumar). Thank you Mario! such a great artist to explore... Last but not least, here you are an example of verb HOLD, which can mean a lot of different things (click here to find out). In this particular song, "I want to hold your hand", it means "coger, agarrar, sostener". Can you guess the group :P

Past simple / Past continuous. Orange Colored Sky

Friday, 9 December 2016

Standing there

Let's keep on doing some more past simple verbs.
Do you feel like dancing with this one?

Click and listen to irregular verbs

Hi there!
Here you are some webpages where you will find interactive irregular verbs lists

-> This one will give you the meaning too

Check out this video! you can listen and repeat and dance a little bit too hahaha

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

More stories in the past simple

Norwegian Wood. The Beatles
I once had a girl
Or should I say she once had me
She showed me her room
Isn't it good Norwegian wood?
She asked me to stay
And she told me to sit anywhere
So I looked around
And I noticed there wasn't a chair
I sat on the rug biding my time
Drinking her wine
We talked until two and then she said
"It's time for bed"
She told me she worked
In the morning and started to laugh
I told her I didn't
And crawled off to sleep in the bath
And when I awoke I was alone
This bird had flown
So I lit a fire
Isn't it good Norwegian wood?

Monday, 5 December 2016

Pronunciation workshop: rhythm

Walking the rhythm

Boat race: coordination


How good is  your team?

What about a poem?

The basics

Thursday, 1 December 2016


There must be some kind of problem with the copyright of the song we did yesterday, "No Reply". But I've found something interesting instead, the song that inspired John Lennon. It's called "Silhouettes"- You may want to practice listening to past simple verbs... :P

Took a walk and passed your house
Late last night
All the shades were pulled and drawn
Way down tight
From within, a dim light cast
Two silhouettes on the shade
Oh, what a lovely couple they ma-ade
Put his arms around your waist
Held you tight
Kisses I could almost taste
In the night
Wondered why I'm not the guy
Whose silhouette's on the shade
I couldn't hide the tears in my eye-eyes
Silhouettes (silhouettes)

[Instrumental Interlude]

Lost control and rang your bell
I was sore
Let me in or else I'll beat
Down your door
When two strangers who had been
Two silhouettes on the shade
Said to my shock
Your on the wrong blo-ock
Rushed down to your house with wings
On my feet
Loved you like I never loved
You my sweet
Vowed that you and I would be
Two silhouettes on the shade
All of our days
Two silhouettes on the sha-ade
Silhouettes (silhouettes)