Thursday, March 21, 2019

DEPENDENT PREPOSITIONS


Dependent prepositions (with verbsadjectives andnouns) Certain verbsadjectives and nouns naturally take certain prepositions when placed in a sentence – these are called dependent prepositions. For example, you can object to (something), participate in (something), complain about (something)

DEPENDENT PREPOSITIONS (ANSWER KEY)

Adjective+ preposition
1 of, 2 on, 3 to, 4 with, 5 for, 6 to, 7 with, 8 of, 9 on, 10 in, 11 with, 12 of, 13 to, 14 about, 15 on, 16 of, 17 about, 18 for
Preposition+ noun
1 In/in, 2 in, 3 on, 4 by, 5 at, 6 by, 7 on, 8 in, 9 in, 10 in, 11 by, 12 for, 13 on, 14 on, 15 in, 16 in, 17 against, 18as
Verb+ prepositions
1 on, 2 of, 3 on, 4 on, 5 for, 6 into, 7 in, 8 for, 9 for, 10 of, 11 from, 12 to, 13 in, 14 at, 15 after, 16 on, 17 into, 18 about
Noun+ preposition
1 to, 2 for, 3 in, 4 for, 5 in, 6 of, 7 into, 8 against, 9 for, 10 in, 11 of, 12 on/about, 13 of, 14 for, 15 to/towards


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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Thursday, March 7, 2019

MEDIACION ORAL: BULLYING


Introduction
Bullying or harassment at school deals with both the psychological and physical mistreatment among peers/classmates regardless of their sex or age. However, most of the cases appear when children are aged between 11 and 12 onwards.
There might be both physical and verbal bullying. For example physical bullying involves kicking, punching, pushing, biting, and throwing objects at those who are bullied. Whereas verbal bullying is about giving nicknames, insulting, or even outstanding physical imperfections on those who are the target of bullying. The bullied can be shamed on social networking sites too/as well.
Consequences
Signals to detect this problem: depression, loneliness, anxiety or feeling of suicide.
Signals of warning which show bullying is taking place
1.    Students are afraid, ashamed of being hit. It’s convenient to look for the origin of these feelings.
2.    Students can feel some pain like headaches, stomaches, among other symptoms.
3.    If students start losing or forgetting some of their belongings, you must start worrying.
4.    Students can show bruises, scratches on their bodies as a consequence of physical abuse. They don’t tell the truth, they say they have fallen or it’s been an accident.
5.    Children who suffer from bullying don’t usually want to go on a trip, or to be in contact with classmates, so they avoid being with other peers. They prefer to be on their own.
6.    Their names or nicknames are written on the walls and these are typically associated with swearwords/bad words which are used either to insult them or make them feel sad.
7.    They are laughed at. Teachers and parents should be aware of the problem in order to tackle it.
8.    It’s important to take into account/ take into consideration/realise these problems arise with children who might wear glasses, be overweight or have any other learning disorder.
9.    They suffer from sudden mood changes which are difficult to explain like sadness, loneliness or even lack of appetite
10.                      They are not interested in studying, their academic record/marks/grades get(s) worse, they show loss of concentration, lack of interest and there is an increase of dropout among other symptoms.

Monday, February 25, 2019

REVISE & CHECK 5-6 (PAGE 63)

CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS TEXT ? (READING)
"SURVIVAL TASTES SO SWEET FOR RESCUED BRITISH BACKPACKER"
1A
2C
3C
4B
5A
6C
7C
8B
9A
10B

CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS FILM? ABOUT SLEEP RESEARCH (LISTENING)
1C
2B
3A
4B
5C

MEDIACION ESCRITA: VIDEOS ON DIFFERENT TOPICS

Here you have a selection of videos on different topics and one common task.
Time: 20 minutes
Length: 100-120 words.

Tarea: Escribe un email a un amigo inglés que está muy interesado en estos temas

1. Identificación personal (PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION)
-¿Qué es la felicidad? Video motivacional

2. Vivienda, hogar y entorno (HOME & HOUSE)

-“Casa inteligente, la clave del futuro / Vida 2.0”


3. Actividades de la vida diaria (EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES
, WORK)
-“EmpleoParaTodas No le pongas género, ponle talento | Día Internacional de la Mujer”

4. Tiempo libre y ocio (LEISURE & FREE TIME ACTIVITIES)
- Jose Luis Sampedro.

5. Viajes (TRAVELLING & HOLIDAYS)
-5 lugares mágicos de España

6. Relaciones humanas y sociales (HUMAN & SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS)
-Como resolver los conflictos con tus hijos
7. Salud y cuidados físicos (HEALTH)
-“Así funciona una clínica de gestación subrogada en Ucrania”

8. Educación (EDUCATION)
-La dislexia es una dificultad de aprendizaje, no es una enfermedad

9. Compras y actividades comerciales (SHOPPING & TRADE)
-“Brexit": ¿quién gana y quién pierde?


10. Alimentación (FOOD)
-“Veganismo: nueva moda?


11. Lengua y comunicación (LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION)

- "El impacto e influencia de los youtubers en jovenes"


12. Clima, condiciones atmosféricas y medio ambiente (WEATHER & ENVIRONMENT)

-“Cuidado del medio ambiente. Infografía animada [Gaia Mengos]”


13. Ciencia y tecnología (SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY)
-“Ventajas y desventajas de comprar en internet”

14. Otros (SOCIAL ISSUES)
- "Seis multas por minuto por exceso de velocidad en España”