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EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES:
BEING A TRANSLATOR AT THE EUROPEAN UNION.
Our colleague,Andrés Sanz, from the English Department, gave a lecture about his former job as a translator and what it implies. Here you have his presentation and a video about Greta, the Swedish Activist, with him translating it.
European Day of Languages Making the case for Studying Languages!
To celebrate this special day, we took part in an etwinning project with 25 schools! We exchange postcards in our native language and English: a very special way to commemorate it: here you have some pictures:
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Students from 4º ESO along with their teacher Mr.Andrés Sanz carried out an interpretation workshop to celebrate the EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES.Watch the video and be impressed by their skills!
Our high school has welcome a group of British students from St Danes Clemens from January12 th to the 19th. It is part of an exchange between our school and this one, in Chorleywood,near London.1º Bachillerato and 3º ESO students have hosted our British guests for a week. During their stay, they have visited different cities and attended lessons in our high school.However, the most important experience and the one they most cherished is living with aSpanish family, giving them the possibility, not only of practising the language, but living the culture and buliding up frienship with their Spanish counterparts. Now, we are looking forward to our visit next June!
Among those activities organized by our school, a guided tour of Seville, organized by 4º ESO Advanced Listening and Speaking students was the highlight.
Our 1º bachillerato students have participated with Italian students from the II.SS "Einaudi" to create a multilingual calendar from both cities.By cliking on any of the icons,you will find lots of information from both cities.
Our students after exchanging some mails finally got to meet at our school.A very nice presentation and game to break the ice was designed by our 2º Bachillerato Astudents.After that, they chat and went to have breakfast together.
As part of an etwinning project, students from our school visited Naples. We are very happy and proud to have received the Spanish and European Quality Label for this project, as well as the "Move2Learn, Learn2Move" European scholarship.
If you want to know more about the exchange, look at this padlet: