lunes, 10 de octubre de 2016

Grading Rubric for Oral Presentations

Elements to consider
Poor (2-5)
Correct (5,5,-7)
Good (7,5-10)
Reads the presentation
Fluent exposition, minor mistakes, barely reads
Deep knowledge on the topic, does not make mistakes, does not doubt, does not read
Difficult to keep the audience's interest
Pretty interesting at the beginning but a bit monotonous in the end
Catches the audience's interest and keeps it along the exposition
Fluency and Pronunciation
Poor pronunciation. No proper intonation and rhythm
Correct pronunciation, intonation and rhythm
Good pronunciation, intonation and rhythm
Morphology and Syntax
Makes serious mistakes in grammar. Poor vocabulary
Makes minor mistakes in grammar. Enough knowledge of specific vocabulary
Deep knowledge and use of grammar and vocabulary
there is neither eye contact nor appropriate movements
 Eye contact is not frequent, appropriate movements
Permanent eye contact and relaxed movements

lunes, 20 de junio de 2016

Extra credit

Here you can upload all the optional activities that you have designed to increase your grades!!!

1- Sara (2º C): Click here

2- Andrea (2º C): Click here

martes, 14 de junio de 2016


1.    It’s not necessary for you to make your bed. (MODALS - HAVE TO)
- You
2.    They will tell us the news tomorrow night. (PASSIVE - BE)
- We
3.    I don’t earn much money. It’s a pity I can’t buy a new car. (CONDITIONALS – WOULD)
- If
4.    No other fictional secret agent is as famous as James Bond. (SUPERLATIVE – MOST )
- James Bond
5.    He knows how to play golf. (MODALS – CAN)
- He
6.    You won’t understand the problem if you don’t listen carefully. (CONDITIONALS – UNLESS)
- Unless
7.     “Can I go to the disco?”, Tim asked his mother. (REPORTED SPEECH – COULD)
- Tim asked his mother
8.    The film is not as good as the novel. (COMPARATIVE – THAN)
- The novel
9.     “Let’s go to the cinema on Tuesday”, said Mary. (REPORTED SPEECH – GOING)
- Mary suggested
10.The Da Vinci Code is a best-seller. It was written by Dan Brown. (CONDITIONALS – WHICH)

- The Da Vinci Code

domingo, 29 de mayo de 2016

Hamlet & The Lion King II


Thanks to the students that have contributed to this project with their... 

...magnificent creativity with the design and development of these masks!!
(Eva, Emma, Lucía and Marta)