Here are some photos showing how enjoyable these lessons were and how cooperatively they worked.
We are very proud of all of you! Congratulations!
4th form read The Rabbit and the Turtle to 1st form
|4th form storytellers getting ready!|
|1st form pupils listened very attentively!|
|4th form students prepared big pictures of the main scenes to show while reading|
|Luli and Juana looked very concentrated, didn't they?|
|Mateo, Marina and Franco helping the little ones!|
|1st form children created lovely turtles!|
|Toby and Vigi were very happy with the visit|
|Cande, Juan and Tomi helping Mora, Luciana, Pedro and Mateo|
|Germán cutting out a turtle while Aaron and Lola keep colouring theirs'|
|5th form students going to 2nd form... how exciting!|
|All 5th form students read.|
|They took it in turns|
|They also showed pictures in the book|
|After listening to the story, 2nd form students drew their favourite scene|
|At the end of the session, the two classes went outside for a photo together!|
What a fun afternoon!
|3rd form went to 6th form|
|It was nice to visit the oldest students of the school!|
|6th form students read in turns and 3rd form listened with dear attention|
|Emilio reading his part|
|3rd form pupils participated eagerly|
|They put their hands up and waited for their turn. Great!|
|Pedro reading his lines|
|Nahuel reading his!|
|After reading the story, they played a game of opposites to study the new vocabulary|
|And practised it by playing a memotest|
|There was full participation! Congrats!!!|
|Emilio brought some books from home to show everyone|
|3rd form students liked them a lot|
|These are the reasons why they like reading written on the board|
|Valen and Jano reading a story called The Last Photo|
|After reading, they watched a video called The Joy of Books, which was a lead-in activity to compare and contrast paper books and e-books|
I invite all classes to share comments on the experience!
Did you like visiting other classes?
What did you learn by doing these activities?
Would you like to do it again in the future?
Congratulations again to all teachers on their hard work and commitment, and congratulations to our dear pupils on such outstanding performance!
All my love,