Friday, February 29, 2008

Video Loquillo

Tuesday, April 17, 2007


The English football league, called the Premier League, is one of the most important football leagues in Europe.

Football was invented in Great Britain. In that country you can find some famous clubs as Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United.

Do you know where do they come from? Do you know the most famous players?

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Are you interested in computers? Do you like surfing on the web? Have you got your e-mail address?

Now you can find new vocabulary and more information.

Enjoy it!!

Wednesday, March 07, 2007


This is Aldat. She lives in Mars. She’s bigger than a Dragon. She’s more beautiful than Frankenstein’s monster. She has got four eyes and two wings. She can fly but she can’t run.
Míriam Sanmartín. 5th B
This is Yoshy. He lives in a lake in Catalonia. He is smaller than a dog. He’s more beautiful than the monster. He’s got wide wings. He can swim but he can’t speak.
Laura Moreno. 5th B

This is Dracus. He lives in a volcano in Spain. He is shorter than Fang but he is more dangerous than him. Dracus has got a big sword. He can fly and speak but he can’t jump.
Aitor Conde. 5th B

Tuesday, January 23, 2007


The students from sixth level take part in the project "Public Art".

Students from all over Europe send photographs of Art productions in their cities. They share information, and they invite other students to follow some clues and guess something about their Art productions.

We write this information in Catalan, and also in English, for foreign students.

Now we just start the project. We introduce ourselves, and we discover that there are a lot of groups of Catalonia. We find groups from many other countries, too: from Poland, Israel, France... Countries from all over the world!

Wednesday, December 13, 2006


On 4th December, the students from the sixth level went to the Centre Cívic of Can Rull to watch this movie, invited by IES Sabadell. We have written a small essay about the film.

Four friends from Central Park in New York are celebrating Marty`s birthday. Marty is a zebra, Alex is a lion, Melman is a giraffe and Gloria is an hippo. They all are friends.

One day Marty sees a penguin scaping from the zoo. He scapes too, and he goes to the station. Then, his friends follow him. Finally they are captured by the police.

They travell in a ship. They are closed in boxes. The lion wakes up on board and starts crying. There is a storm, and Marty and Alex start fighting. The ropes break and they fall into the water. They float in the sea.

The animals wake up in an island and they listen to music. They run to the forest and they see strange animals. They dance with the animals, but the “fora” arrive to eat them. Alex the lion saves them; the “fora” are scared and they run away. All the animals see Alex as a king. But Alex wants to eat Marty, and he thinks that he is a monster.

Then they are in the beach and they see a boat. Marty runs and finds Alex, but the “foras” arrive. Finally they scape with the other animals, and they sail in a boat.

We like the film very much! It is funny!

Fani Serrano and Jeni Galinsoga. 6th level

Wednesday, February 22, 2006


The solar system is comprised of nine planets, satellites and asteroids orbiting the Sun. The Sun provides the Earth with heat and light.

The planets are out from the Sun in this order: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

The hottest planets are closest to the sun, and the coldest are the planets fare away from it.

The Sun is the Earth's star. Planet Earth is actually 150 million Km from the Sun. This star is just a part of our galaxy, the Milky Way.

Tania Cabello. 6th level.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006


The Giant's Causeway is a lunar landscape in Northern Ireland. It is caused by volcanic eruptions and cooling lava.

The legend says that it is the work of the giant Finn McColl, the Ulster warrior, who was the commander of the King of Ireland's armies. He was fighting against Benn, another giant from Scotland. They were throwing rocks, and the stones built a way between Ireland and Scotland on the water.

The Causeway is a mass of basalt columns. There are 40,000 of these stone columns. Most of them are hexagonal. It is a great place!

Daniel Belmonte, Òscar Esteban, Francisco Manauta and David Vigara. 5th B