Exposicions orals del 3r trimestre de 4t-5è D

Per acabar el curs hem pogut gaudir de quatre exposicions orals que han fet la Noa Lechuga, la Júlia Pérez, la Judit Merino i la Rita López. Ens han parlat d’un programa de televisió anomenat Master chef, d’Austràlia, dels cavalls i del camí de la retirada.  Totes elles ens han  explicat un munt de curiositats molt interessants!

We love speaking!

Sometimes quite students really do have a lot to say to a monster!

We Love speaking because we can communicate and express our ideas, and know our partners’ feelings as well.

Peppermint Stick poem

First, second and third graders learnt a beautiful poem during the “corners 123” lessons.

We wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year!

Hey, that’s my montser!

A REASON TO LISTEN.

Giving activities before, during and after listening means that learners are not just listening but are engaged in the task, and actually doing something with what they hear.

1,2,3, Corners!

We have started our 1,2,3, corners! Grouping students from 1st to 3rd grade is amazing.

Children benefit in many ways from the opportunity to become an expert for the younger partners. This vertical grouping often nurtures thinking and problem solving skills.

English Day 2018

This year our Mogent Channel showed the Water awards ceremony. 6th graders presented the nominees and the winners, students from 1st grade to 5th grade performed a film and each class represented a different scene of it. However, students from P3 to P5 were in charge of the musical moments.

Tanzania

5th graders made a beautiful necklace to show a Tanzania typical dance. In the country each dance and song has a message.

It was a funny way to learn about culture, society and traditions.