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CONTENTS Editorial

of the Bilingual Section of IESO Galisteo.

Who are we?

My opinion about the Language Immersion.

- Teachers

- 8th March: International Women’s Day - FIVE FEMALE MATHEMATICIANS EVERYBODY SHOULD KNOW.

- students Why do I like studying in the bilingual Section?

- The importance of Virginia Woolf as a Feminist Role.

Our American language assistant: Austin Marzano. SEPTEMBER: - 27th of September: World Tourism Day

APRIL 23rd of April: International Book Day

OCTOBER - CONGRATULATIONS, BOB! Nobel Prize for Literature! - 31st of October: Halloween Halloween Most Terrifying Teachers Ever! The bilingual section students of IES Turgalium celebrate Halloween altogether: Photos of ESO1, ESO2, ESO3, ESO4, GIAT classes.

NOVEMBER: - 8th November: GENERAL ELECTIONS IN THE USA - World Science Day for Peace and Development: 10th November. What is it?

- What do you know about Edgar Allan Poe? - My opinion about Edgar Allan Poe. MAY SOCIAL ISSUES: Refugees Talk

JUNE Saying good-bye to the Bilingual Section

Specialist Sections TOURISM SECTION - Enjoying our first trip of the year - Heraldry of Trujillo - I am a tour guide.

- Physics and Chemistry time. The atom and the force.

- Santa María Speech

- Thanksgiving Day 2016 with Austin: What did I learn?

- Dialogue: ASKING FOR INFORMATION

- Black Friday.

DECEMBER - Christmas 2016: Christmas Mannequin challenges - 10th December: Human Rights Day JANUARY - BREXIT - A Roman Patrician Family FEBRUARY WHAT DOES MY IDEAL HOUSE LOOK LIKE? A dream by the students of 2nd year of CSE.

- Making a reservation at a Restaurant - How much do you know about Trujillo? - All about SOCIAL PROTOCOL High Tech Section - HOW TO WORK IN THE TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP - ICT TUTORIAL: CREATING A PHOTOMONTAGE TIME FOR SOME FUN - HISTORY TIME! Games. - MATHS CROSSWORD -Chemical curiosities - Farewell to Austin

MARCH - 6th March, 2017 LANGUAGE IMMERSION IN GALISTEO

Segunda Inmersión Lingüística IESO Galisteo – IES Turgalium, by Fausto Ferrero, coordinator

- Paper dolls: DAVID BOWIE - Humour


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EDITORIAL On behalf of the bilingual section of this school, I am thrilled to present the ninth edition of our Bilin-

gual Turgalium Magazine. The ultimate purpose of this magazine is twofold: firstly, to make a record of what school life has been like this academic year 2016-2017, and secondly, to serve as a useful platform for opinions and imaginative work, because this publication is intended to be read and not to be stored. Last year, there were slight changes to the magazine in terms of layout in an attempt to make the magazine more attractive and readable. Given the success of the outcome, these stylistic changes will be kept again in this number, which presents, by the way, new front and back pages, designed by Mario Talaván, teacher of Arts .

Last, but not least, I would like to extend a warm thank you to all the contributors, students, language assistant and teachers alike, for their articles have been an essential corpus to build this collection of ideas and imagination which conforms this magazine. I would like to express special gratitude to Lola Vicente, teacher of Latin and Greek, for her massive help with the tough work of the editing process. Marina Hurtado Alvarado Director and Editor In Chief

Editorial Board Director and Editor In Chief Marina Hurtado Alvarado Creative Director and Editor

Lola Vicente Pizarro Cover design Mario García Talaván Contributors All Teachers team members mentioned in the “Who are we? Section” as well as the students of the Bilingual Section (from the 1st year to the 4th year).

How to Contact the Bilingual Section Staff or the Bilingual Turgalium Magazine Contributors E-mail address: bilingualturgaliummail@gmail.com

Bilingual Section Blog: http://bilingualturgalium.blogspot.com.es/

School E-mail address: ies.turgalium@edu.juntaex.es


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Who are we? The teachers Team Teacher Ms. Elena Pérez de las Vacas

Subject ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER (1st CSE) Tourist Destinations (1st Tourism Professional Studies)

Ms. María Verónica Moreno

Processes (Tourism Professional Studies, 2nd year ) PROTOCOL (1st Tourism Professional Studies)

Ms. Natalia Jiménez Ramos

Tourist Information Systems (2nd CSE Tourism Professional Studies)

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY (2nd CSE)

Ms. María Mateos Ms. Patricia Clemente Ms. Estrella Guisado Ramos

PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY (3rd CSE) History (4th CSE) History (1st CSE) ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER (4th CSE)

Ms. Marina Hurtado Alvarado

Mr. Alberto Rodríguez González

Coordination of the Bilingual Section Project

Technology (3rd CSE) ITC (4th CSE)

Ms. Estrella Guillén

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER (3rd CSE)

Ms. Gloria Salvador Calvo

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER (2nd CSE)

Ms. Eva Gómez Salas Ms. Teresa González Crespo

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER (1st Tourism Professional Studies) ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHER (2nd CSE Tourism Studies)


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WHY DO I LIKE STUDYING IN THE I think that English is very important for our current and future education and we need to learn it. We have advantages because we work harder in the vocabulary, grammar, readings, listening. Speaking, etc. In my opinion this section has a better English than in the other one from my previous school because here we work a lot more. In conclusion, I feel very well with my class, in the bilingual section, and with my English teacher, Marina.

Nowadays, there are more schools that use the bilingual education system than ever before. I am having a good experience with my class and with my teacher. I like the yearly activities such as Halloween gymkhanas, Christmas surprises, language immersion... I feel very good in class and I know now more English than I used to when I started studying at Turgalium School. Juan Rodríguez Moralejo, 4th year of CSE

Ana Benito Pérez, 4th year of CSE

Studying in the bilingual section is really a good experience because we have a higher level of English than other students. I love the English language, although I am not very good at it!

I like studying in the Bilingual Section because in the future, if I can, I would like to live in the USA for a while. I think it is a great country, however I do not like the elected president Donald Trump. I also like studying in the bilingual section because I can learn a lot of English and I like English. In addition, the classes are fun and interactive and when I go to university in the future I will need a great level of English.

Raúl Berrocoso, 4th year of CSE

Javier Tari, 4th year of CSE

The bilingual section is one of the I like studying in the bilingual section bebest things in our High School cause I like English a lot and this is the way “Turgalium”. Here the students to learn it properly. The advantage of bilinlearn English and we enjoy with all gual education, as I see it, is that you can the English activities that our teachlearn higher level English and in the future ers prepare for us. Although I must this is very important. Also I like the class confess that sometimes it is bit diffidynamics with Marina, with many communicult because you have to be more cative activities. hardworking than usual. Learning English is an important skill. When I Anais Rodríguez Moralejo, 4th year of CSE came the first time to IES Turgalium I know from the beginning that I wanted to be in the bilingual section and my parents supported me so I filled in the application form and Firstly I like the bilingual section obviously because I love English and I think that it now I feel very good about studying is very important to know how to speak and write in English in this time. In addition, in the bilingual section. in the bilingual section we have a lot of trips and very funny trips, we do a lot of special activities too, and in the diploma of the secondary education we have put in Laura Ciudad, 4th year of CSE the paper a “stamp” which reads “Bilingual section diploma”. I feel amazing because of this because it is very good for me and my future and I am very proud of it. I cannot speak English perfectly but I am learning and that is something positive! Ángel Urbina, 4th year of CSE


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BILINGUAL SECTION OF MY SCHOOL? I think that studying in the bilingual section is perfect to learn English. In my experience, I am learning “more” English here in Trujillo than in Madrid, because I can understand much better my teacher Marina's lessons than Patricia's lessons, my former teacher in Madrid. Patricia used to be my teacher when I was living in Madrid. Also, I think that when I was younger I had more problems to learn any language, now, with practice it is easier. Alejandro González, 4th year of CSE

For me, being in the Bilingual section is so important,... essential, mainly because here we learn much more English and in a better way because we have native speakers to help, like for example this year we have Austen, an American language assistant in order to help us learn communication skills in this important language. Carlos Caballero, 4th year of CSE

I like studying in the bilingual section project because I can learn English with fun activities and with other students who are interested so it is a good idea to learn this way. The level of the classes is higher thank in other schools or groups so I am happy with it because we are going to be well prepared to University. In other schools this option is not possible so it would be a good idea to add in their options a Bilingual section project. Virginia Azores Cancho, 4th year of CSE

I like studying in the bilingual section because I love English and it is a good option to learn. Here, I learn a lot of vocabulary and meet a lot of people from other schools, like students from IESO Galisteo, thanks to the Language Immersion. I feel happy and motivated to learn and I recommend the bilingual section of all students: it is a great experience!

I like studying in the bilingual section of IES Turgalium because studying English nowadays is so important. If I want to obtain a job in the future, normally I must have a high level of English. At the moment, maybe I do not use the language every day, however in the future I will be happy with my level of English because it will be useful for my working life. So it is worth the effort!

Alberto Moreno, 4th year of CSE

Victoria Fernández Arias, 4th year of CSE

I like to study in the Bilingual Section because we study “more” English than in the standard classes. I believe it is important because in a near future you can go to a country in which English is spoken and you have more possibilities to communicate properly, with a good pronunciation and a good level of English. I feel well in the bilingual section because I learn more English now than I used to in the past when I was at the primary school. Francisco José Chico Fuentes, 4th year of CSE


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Our American language assistant: Austin Marzano. A Day in the Life at IES Turgalium Has it really been eight months? It’s hard to believe that it was October, 2016 when I first walked into IES Turgalium. My time at Turgalium has taught me a great deal, and I’ve learned from the teachers and students alike. I can safely say that I’m beyond grateful that I was placed in Turgalium, and Trujillo in general, during my time in Spain. Turgalium simply wouldn’t be the same without the amazing teachers that walk its halls. Each and every teacher I’ve worked with has been with me every step of the way and has always provided me with support. It’s clear that the teachers at Turgalium truly love what they do. This goes a long way in benefitting the students. The students I’ve worked with over my time in Turgalium have shown me what it means to be a teacher and have always provided a good laugh. Students at Turgalium are serious about their studies, but are also great to simply sit down and talk with. Both the students and teachers at Turgalium make it the great place that it is. Need proof? Just watch the Lip Dub video! It’s safe to say that Trujillo is a lot different than the small Connecticut town I call home. Walking through Trujillo’s streets is a step back through time, as the old city is older than the entire United States. Maybe that’s why the people, food, and overall way of life are all spectacular; they’ve had time to practice. Trujillo and Extremadura have a kind of authenticity that is difficult to define. The people are warm and kind, and traditional Spanish culture is alive and well. It’s hard to have a more authentic Spanish experience than to spend time in Extremadura. Although when many people think of Spain they think of Madrid or Seville, I will always think of my extremeño home away from home. All said and done, I am immensely happy that I chose to spend this time in Spain after graduating from college. It has been a very formative year, one in which I’ve learned a lot about myself and what I want to do in the future. I will always cherish this experience and the people I’ve come to know. Thank you IES Turgalium, Trujillo, and Spain! Austin Marzano.


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SEPTEMBER: 27th of September: World Tourism Day The 27th of September is the World Tourism Day. The slogan is 'Tourism for all'. It promotes accessible tourism: making the world more accessible for people with disabilities. Everyone can enjoy all the resources we have. Everyone needs to travel, meet other cultures, see the world and live a good experience.

This article has been written by Pablo, Kaula, Carmen, Ainoa, Ana, Jessica, Jennifer and Vanesa (students of the 2nd year of Tourism, GIAT)


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OCTOBER: CONGRATULATIONS, BOB! Nobel Prize for Literature! Bob Dylan Born: 24 May 1941, Duluth, MN, USA Prize motivation: "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition".

CONGRATULATIONS, BOB! Nobel Prize for Literature 2016: The bilingual section of IES Turgalium wants to congratulate Bob Dylan because he has been awarded Nobel Prize for Literature 2016, a prestigious award which was announced in Stockholm.


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OCTOBER: 31st of October: Halloween

Halloween 2016 at IES Turgalium Here is a photographic outline of the different activities carried out on Halloween at school: the bilingual section students of IES Turgalium celebrated Halloween altogether: ESO1, ESO2, ESO3, ESO4 and GIAT with the Most Terrifying Teachers Ever! Also there was a spooky Class decorations Contest. In addition, ESO1 class got the spooky lollypops as a present from the students of IESO Galisteo, our partner school! They were just delicious!! Thank you!!

Halloween Most Terrifying Teachers Ever!


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OCTOBER: The bilingual section students of IES Turgalium celebrated Halloween altogether:


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31st of October: Halloween Photos of ESO1, ESO2, ESO3, ESO4, and GIAT classes.

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NOVEMBER: th November: GENERAL ELECTIONS IN THE USA I know that the US elections occur every four years. There are many political partiesbut the most popular ones are the Republicans and the democrats. This 2016 elections, the republican leader was Donald Trump and the democratic leader was Hillary Clinton, married to a former US president, Bill Clinton.In my opnion, neither of them were the best options, although the least disagreable option would have been Hillary Clinton. In conclusion, I was a bit disapointed with the victory of Donald Trump.

When I watched on TV a report about the two candidates to the presidency of the USA I wanted Clinton to win because Donald Trump said thngs about women that I do not like so I thought that electing him would be a bad idea. Many people went on strikes and demonstrations against him. Perhaps some agree with him but I am against his views on women.

Alejandro Muñoz, 4th year of CSE

Donald Trump has won the US 2016 general elections. I disagree with this man because although i do not live in the USA, I think he will not be a good presidents because his ideas are not good and his behaviour is really sexist and misoginistic so I do not understand why the inhabitants of this coountry voted for Donald Trump. Victoria Fernández Arias, 4th year

Virginia Azores Cancho, 4th year of CSE

I am not surprised at all with the result of the american election because Donald Trump promised the American Dream for the voters. I think Hillary would have been a better option but she has not the best profile for president wither. For me, Berry Sander might have been the best, bettern than Hillary and stronger to oppose Donald Trump in the Elections race. I am deeply worried because I think Trump is a racist and the idea of building a wall in the frontiers with Mexico is the worst idea ever. Samuel Vivas Jiménez, 4th year of

I think that the US elections have been a total disaster: firstly the new president is a racist, sexist and homophobic person, which is completely unacceptable for someone who is to be the next president of one of the most important countries in the world. Juan González Quesada, 4th year of CSE I cannot understand why people in the USA voted for Donald Trump. Anais Rodríguez Moralejo, 4th year of CSE


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NOVEMBER: World Science Day for Peace and Development: 10th November. What is it? World Science Day for Peace and Development: An internationally celebrated day to highlight the importance of science in

and for society and that science, peace and development are interlinked Celebrated every 10 November, World Science Day for Peace and Development highlights the important role of science in society and the need to engage the wider public in debates on emerging scientific issues. It also underlines the importance and relevance of science in our daily lives. By linking science more closely with society, World Science Day for Peace and Development aims to ensure that citizens are kept informed of developments in science. It also underscores the role scientists play in broadening our understanding of the remarkable, fragile planet we call home and in making our societies more sustainable. Source: unesco.org

NOVEMBER: Physics and Chemistry time. The atom and the force. The bilingual students of the 2nd and the 3ºrd year have made different projects about: “ The atom and the chemical substances” and “ Forces in nature”. They have used a blackboard of the class to explain their classmates the properties of atoms and subatomic particles, Boyle´s law, Hooke´s law, forces and their effects… That experience has been so interesting for all of us. By María Mateos


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NOVEMBER: Thanksgiving Day 2016 with Austin: What did I learn? I learnt that thanksgiving is a traditional festival from America that celebrates the victory of the colonisers.

I have learnt that americans really celebrate this day. It is a beautiful day to be with all your family and friends. They have a huge dinner with all their family and realtives. The day Austin came to class to teach us about Thanksgiving in the uS we watched a video about Macy's parade, a nice parade managed by a local big store which is organised to promote and publicise themselves. We had great fun though a quiz like contest in which we had to answer questions about Thankdsgiving. My team won!! Carlos Caballero, 4th year of CSE

Anais Rodríguez Moralejo, 4th year of CSE

In the lesson in which Austin explaned to us all about Thanksgiving day in the USA, I learnt that i is a clarly happy day for American people but not for real American natives that lost everything in the past because of colonization. We watched a video about Black Friday. And in my opinion Black Friday is pretty dangerous. After watching this video, we organised a contest in this two teams participated. Team 1 won! Alejandro Muñoz, 4th year of CSE

NOVEMBER: Black Friday. What is Black Friday? Black Friday is always the day after Thanksgiving. In 2017, Black Friday occured on Friday 24th November 2017. Black Friday seems to be very dangerous in the USA because there are too many people, although I like to go shopping. We watched a video in class about thanksgiving with Astin and Black Friday and we learnt a bit more about American Culture. Laura Ciudad, 4th year of CSE

During Black Friday crazy people run to the stores to catch an offer. Juan Rodríguez Moralejo, 4th year of CSE


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DECEMBER: Christmas 2016: Christmas Mannequin challenges This year we have celebrated Christmas in the bilingual section with several “Mannequin Challenge” videos. We had a great time with the students of the first, second and fourth year. If you missed it at the time, you can still watch them online at: http://bilingualturgalium.blogspot.com.es/search/label/ Mannequin%20Challenge In addition, the students of the third year exchanged Christmas Greeting Cards with Third-year students of our partner school, IESO Galisteo.


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DECEMBER THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION The right to education is very important because in my opinion Education is the basis of everything, and sadly not all people in the world enjoys this right, fortunately in my country schools are free and present all around. Carlos Caballero, 4th year of CSE Education is essential to our future. Without education, we cannot get a job so we cannot earn money to live. This right is guaranteed in my country however in other countries, the right to education is vulnerable and the quality of education is not good because there not enough schools or teachers. This is the situation for instance in countries that are not developed. Victoria Fernández Arias, 4th year of CSE The right to education is fundamental: everyone has the right to learn. Alberto Moreno, 4th year of CSE COPYRIGHT Firstly I think Copyright is a very important human right to help musicians not to get ruined. Personally I think that in Spain this right is quite guaranteed but you can easily download songs without paying any money. In addition, every country must improve the copyright system to protect the uniqueness of ideas. In conclusion, my thought are that copyright is not really guaranteed worldwide. Alejandro Muñoz, 4th year of CSE FREEDOM TO MOVE Freedom to move allows people to move around the word but this right is not guaranteed everywhere, unfortunately. Raúl Berrocoso, 4th year of CSE

NO SLAVERY I think that this right is essential because slavery is a bad thing from the past. In my country does not exist anymore but in other countries slavery is still present. This right is very important for the humanity and we need to fight for our rights. Ana Benito Pérez, 4th year of CSE No torture Whereas torture in some countries does not exist, some form of torture is still present in so many other countries. Torture can produce psychological problems to the victims. I believe that today, in contrast to past times, there is a less number of people who are tortured in the world. Marta Escalona, 4th year of CSE


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10th December: Human Rights Day The right to responsibility We need to enjoy responsibility, not only of our things but responsibilities with other human beings. Raúl Berrocoso, 4th year of CSE No unfair detainment You cannot be detained by a crime that you did not commit. Although in my country this right is guaranteed, today there are many countries in which it is not guaranteed. This happens also with many other rights. Juan Rodríguez Moralejo, 4th year of CSE We are innocent til proven guilty This is an important right because you have to be judged first and no one can decide if you are innocent until you explain your real situation. This right is related to “No unfair detainment”. Samuel Vivas Jiménez, 4th year of CSE WE ARE ALL EQUAL BEFORE THE LAW Nobody has more rights than you and we are all equal before the law. We should remember that. Alberto Moreno, 4th year of CSE

FOOD AND SHELTER FOR ALL We need to eat so none can deprive us from food. In addition, i suppose that if a person needs food or shelter and cannot get it, the institutions will provide that person with those however that does not happen in every country in the world because most people in the institutions are not interested in other people. Javier Tarí, 4th year of CSE No one can take away your human rights Without this right, any other right really matters. This is the main right of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Samuel Vivas Jiménez, 4th year of CSE


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by the students of the 1st year of CSE

By Ms. Estrella Guisado Ramos


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JANUARY: WHAT DOES MY IDEAL HOUSE LOO The 2nd year class has been working on the ideal house with their English Teacher, Gloria Salvador. Here is the “result” of their dreams!


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OK LIKE? A dream by the students of 2nd year of CSE.

By Ms. Gloria Salvador Calvo


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JANUARY: Brexit The news was an utter surprise for me. I think the United Kingdom should have not decided this. I think a lot of the leave voters were old people with no fear of the consequences. This will affect the European Union because the UK is a very strong and important economic power.

The BrEXIT is a disastrous decision because the only thing that might happen is the increase of xenophobia and the deterioration of the British government and the citizens' lifestyle.

Samuel Vivas Jiménez, 4th year of CSE

Juan González Quesada, 4th year of CSE

BrEXIT was a voting that took place in the UK quite recently. The question was either to stay in or to leave the European Union. The results showed that the British wanted to leave the European Union, which is a great pity for the EU. The percentages of the voting were quite equal. In conclusion I think that if percentages are almost equal, the United Kingdom should have stayed in the EU. Alejandro Muñoz, 4th year of

Brexit was a referendum that took place in the UK where people had to decide between staying in the European Union or leaving it. To my surprise, the exiting itinerary won. Probably it was the most voted option by old people that were not aware of the serious consequences of this important referendum. Carlos Caballero, 4th year of CSE


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FEBRUARY: What was on?

February was not only “the month of love” ,... but also it was the month in which many international affairs regarding important social issues were going on. Marina Hurtado Alvarado

4 February: World Cancer Day

11 February: International Day of Women and Girls

6 February: International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Muti lation

13 February: World Radio Day

in Science

21 February: 20 February: World Day of Social Justice

International Mother Language Day


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MARCH: 6th March, 2017 LANGU Segunda Inmersión Lingüística IESO Galisteo – IES Turgalium, by Fausto Ferrero, coordinator of the Bilingual Section of IESO Galisteo.

El pasado 6 de marzo tuvo lugar la segunda edición del proyecto de inmersión lingüística que nuestro centro lleva a cabo con el IES Turgalium de Trujillo. Este curso el encuentro se ha celebrado en Galisteo, devolviéndonos así los alumnos trujillanos la visita que hicieron nuestros alumnos el pasado curso. El encuentro es la actividad principal de este proyecto y pone colofón a una serie de tareas realizadas durante el curso como son el intercambio de postales navideñas y para San Valentín, un concurso de posters de Halloween o la realización de "Mannequin challenges". La jornada empezó con una recepción en el gimnasio del instituto en la que además de dar la bienvenida, alumnos de ambos centros cantaron canciones, bailaron y recitaron poemas. Por supuesto todas las actividades del proyecto y de la jornada se llevan a cabo en inglés. Después del intercambio de regalos, se invitó a los visitantes a un desayuno en la biblioteca. una vez repuestas fuerzas algunos alumnos de la sección bilingüe de Galisteo hicieron una presentación de las dependencias del centro. Finalmente nos trasladamos a la plaza del pueblo donde los alumnos fueron divididos en 10 equipos para realizar una gymkhana de orientación urbana en la que con la ayuda de un plano debían resolver 15 pruebas en distintos puntos emblemáticos del pueblo. Con esta actividad acabó una jornada de hermanamiento y diversión en la que los alumnos y profesores de ambos centros se acercaron a nuestra comunidad educativa y conocieron nuestro pueblo....y por supuesto tuvieron la oportunidad de mejorar su nivel de inglés. !See you soon!


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UAGE IMMERSION IN GALISTEO

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MARCH: 6th March, 2017 LANG Last Tuesday the 7th of march, the bilingual section of IES Turgalium went on a trip to Galisteo, a BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE IN THE NORTH OF EXTREMADURA. It is not very big but there is something that make it so special. It is surrounded by a shocking stone wall. When we arrived at the town after a couple of hours of travelling, we went to the high school there, IESO Galisteo. It is really big a modern, what make that people from the surrounding villages, like Riolobos or El Batán, go study there. At first, we visited the gym where people of both high schools, after some speeches, talents show and some dancing, singing, reading of poems, etc. Then, they invited us to have breakfast in order to get some energy for the huge gymkhana all over the town that we would do after a tour through the rest of the building. The gymkhana was real fun and gave us the opportunity to know better the students of the other school and to see every street of the town. At the end of this activity we returned to the bus, and we felt very HAPPY because all of the great time we had spent there on that day. by Carlos Caballero, 4th year of CSE The sixth of march we went to Galisteo. Our school works with another school in this village in an interesting Language Immersion, and before this day, the students of Galisteo came here to our school last year. In their school there are poeple from may other villages, like here in Trujillo. Firstly we had breakfast in their library after our meeting in the gym. Later a few students showed the school. The Galisteo's school has a lot of new structures, different than the ones we have. Then, they guided us around the village for a gymkhana. It was so difficult because there were many students that do not live in Galisteo, and few people can walk without being lost. Finally,, we stopped for eating before coming to Trujillo. The trip was really good but I must confess that the students there are very different from us here: they were more quiet and less sociable than us. It's my opinion, I believe my mates and I are alike. Anyway THE EXPERIENCE WAS GREAT! And I felt I had learnt more English thanks to it! Alberto Moreno García, 4th CSE

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GUAGE IMMERSION IN GALISTEO the Language Immersion. Some weeks ago, IES Turgalium went to Galisteo. There we met some friends that study at IESO Galisteo. First, we were received by some students. They sang and danced and we read some poems. After, we went to the library to have some breakfast, then, two girls showed us the high school. It is very big and has a lot of classes. We went to the village too. There we played a GAME: we had to find the clues and complete it on a paper with out team. We had to run a lot! We came back to Galisteo's high school and said good-by to some friends. It was A VERY GOOD EXPERIENCE!! Eva García Rodríguez, 2nd year of CSE What did I like most the day of the Language Immersion? I'll tell you: I met many different people. I liked the games. I liked the performances: dances and poems. We had breakfast in the library. We were shown all the school around. We had free time so I could buy candy in the shop. Really: It was AN UNFORGETTABLE DAY! Robert Ganso, 2nd year of CSE I liked the trip to Galisteo. The school was a bit messy but I had a lot of fun in the GYMKHANA. Also I learnt many new things. However I didn't like the fact that we had to wait a lot for lunch time! I did not meet anyone too closely but I LIKED THE TRIP A LOT! First, we were received and led to the gym by some teachers, including the headmaster. Some of Galisteo's students danced and sang some songs and we read some beautiful poems. The, we had breakfast in the library. I did not eat too much because I had already had a cola in the morning and the pie that they gave us had a strange taste! Then some students showed in the high school. It was very big and parts of it were really similar. Also there were many pigeons. Then we took a photo at the court, before heading to the actual town, inside the wall. Inside the town we went for a gymkhana: we had to solve some clues in different places. In sum, it was a GOOD EXPERIENCE. Miguel Ángel, 2nd year of CSE LIKED IT SO MUCH! Mainly because we were welcomed by the students of the bilingual section in the sports pavilion. There were dancers, singers and me and my classmates read a poem by Walt Whitman. After, they showed us the entire high-school and it was SO COOL AND MODERN! We took some photos in the court! Later, we went to the village to make a gymkhana with students. Later, we went to the village for a gymkhana, we could go to shop to buy food or drinks and an hour after, we went to a petrol station to eat lunch and we went to Trujillo at 17,00. The teachers gave us a diploma and a candy. Miriam Casillas Cáceres, 2nd year of CSE


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MARCH : Five female mathematicians everybody should know by Ms. Penélope Muros, Maths teachers This year, our bilingual students of 2ESO researched about the lives of 5 remarkable female mathematicians from different ages, in order to commemorate women’s day. These women’s contributions to Science continues being used during current days. They are:

Hypatia (350 – 415): She was the daughter of Theon, the last known member of the famed library of Alexandria, and followed his footsteps in the study of math and astronomy. She translated and created commentaries of classical mathematical works, as well as tought a succession of students from her home.

Ada Lovelace (1815 – 1852): Lovelace began to correspond with the inventor and mathematician Charles Babbage, who asked her to translate an Italian mathematician’s memoir analyzing his Analytical Engine (a machine that would perform simple mathematical calculations and be programmed with punchcards and is considered one of the first computers). Lovelace went beyond completing a simple translation, however, and wrote her own set of notes about the machine. This is now acknowledged as the world’s first computer program.

Sophie Germain (1776 – 1831): She began a lifelong study of mathematics and geometry, even teaching herself Latin and Greek so that she could read classic works. Unable to study at the École Polytechnique because she was female, Germain obtained lecture notes and submitted papers to famous mathematician Joseph Lagrange under a false name. When he learned she was a woman, he became a mentor and Germain soon began corresponding with other prominent mathematicians at the time.

Sofia Kovalevskaya (1850 – 1891): Although she could not attend university lectures, she was tutored privately and eventually received a doctorate after writing treatises on partial differential equations, Abelian integrals and Saturn’s rings. After that, Kovalevskaya was appointed lecturer in mathematics at the University of Stockholm and later became the first woman in that region of Europe to receive a full professorship.

Emmy Noether (1882 – 1935): Albert Einstein said about her that she was “the most significant creative mathematical genius produced since the higher education of women began.” After she received her PhD, for a dissertation on a branch of abstract algebra, she was unable to obtain a university position for many years, eventually receiving the title of “unofficial associate professor” at the University of Göttingen, only to lose that in 1933 because she was Jewish.


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8th March: International Women’s Day The importance of Virginia Woolf as a Feminist Role She was an English moderninst writer (25 January 1882 – 28 March 1941) who was deeply interested in the inner lives of women. She lived in a time when she was granted few rights — but turned the setback into a strength. She was progressive in her feminism, and even made the connection between a patriarchal society and militarism. She believed deeply in the power of the individual. She saw sexuality — and gender — as fluid. She’s already been a feminist role model for countless artists and thinkers Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/


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APRIL: What do you know about Edgar Allan Poe? It was 167 years ago this year that the world lost Edgar Allen Poe for evermore. To celebrate this anniversary, the bilingual students of the 4th year of Compulsory Secondary Education have been working on his biography and various of his poems and stories. Those who love the writings of Edgar Allan Poe think Poe is most famous for his stories and poems of strangeness, mystery and terror. Ms. Marina Hurtado Alvarado

My opinion about Edgar Allan Poe Firstly I think that Edgar Allan Poe was an interesting person and, at the same time a terrifying and terrified person. In class we have been working on him, talking about his work as a writer and his biography. We filmed some video reports on his works. Some recited poems, others explained interesing facts about his biography. It was a magnificent class topic and i liked it so much! by José Toribio, 4th year of CSE

A curious fact about Poe


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23rd of April: International Book Day


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MAY: SOCIAL ISSUES Understanding the Refugees Crisis According to the United Nations Refugee Agency (http://www.unrefugees.org/what-is-a-refugee/), "a refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence. A refugee has a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group".


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Refugees Talk The student of 2BHB Carlos Rodríguez Avís gave a riveting speech on this current affairs topic to all the students of the 4th year. In his speech, Carlos explained how every year both migrants and refugees cross into Europe. This situation has sparked a serious social, political and humanitarian crisis as countries struggle to cope with the heavy influx of people and also, it has created a sharp division within the EU over how best to deal with resettling these people. Here are some pictures of the illustrative and thoughtprovoking talk.

Ms. Marina Hurtado Alvarado


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JUNE: Saying good-bye

The first time I was in the bilingual class, it was very strange for me. I was very excited to meet new people BUT I UNDERSTOOD SOME OF WHAT THE TEACHER Marina said, not all the words. The classes were very funny and I didn't realise that I was learning a lot of English, only by listening to the teacher. My pronunciation has improved thanks to my teacher. We had the obligation to speak in English only, but if you didn't know something (a word) and you explained it in Spanish Marina said: “No, I don't understand any Spanish”. So you really have to try to speak in English but you don't need to worry if you make mistakes. She lets us try speak in English and never gets angry with our mistakes. Everyday, when the class finished, you always learnt something new, better pronunciation, new grammar... Day to day you learnt more and it is very gratifying. Also we have native teachers that help us improve our English. Austin, the American Assistant talked to us about some traditions in his country. It is very interesting for me to be in the bilingual immersion. It has been a good choice. I feel very proud and I feel very well with all my classmates, we have done lots of activities. Such as an exchange with others classmates in Galisteo. Next year we have the opportunity to go to Germany and meet new people and talk in English. English Is very important for us: you have to learn now because maybe in the future you will need it. Thanks Marina for your patience with us and how good you are at teaching English. Without you, it wouldn't be the same. This experience has been incredible! <3 <3 AMAIA GUILLÉN ELIZARI

2017 is the last year here in the bilingual section at IES Turgalium. We are studying our 4th year of secondary education. Marina is our teacher now: this year is the third year with her and she is the best teacher of English that we have ever had. Marina helps us improve our language capacity. In the bilingual section we have had a lot of experiences, but I think the best experience could be the exchange with Germany. It's a fantastic opportunity for meeting people and for improving your English Level. You go out of your comfort zone and you live an amazing adventure where you can learn about other countries and cultures. I would like to talk about my classmates. The majority of them are students that started with me in the 1st year so we have created a relationship outside school. But new students are also welcomed in this group and they are beautiful people too. In conclusion, I want to thank IES Turgalium for offering e this opportunity and I want to recommend this bilingual experience to other people. ALBERTO MORENO GARCÍA

This year 2017 is the last year I am part of the Bilingual Section of IES TURGALIUM because I'm finishing a period of my life. I am talking about the compulsory secondary education stage. In these four years I have experienced so many things and met a lot of good friends and partners. Also I don't forget the two teachers that taught me these 4 years: Choni and Marina. To define these 4 years I will use the word “hardworking” because I think that is the best word to express what happened to me during these 4 years. The first year was the hardest because you come from a different school and you had to adapt yourself to a higher level. The second year everything was easier and the following years were marked by a lot of experiences: gymkhanas, language immersions, like this year with Galisteo's Bilingual Section, the stands celebrating Europe day and even more experiences. Finally, I would like to say that I wont forget this fantastic years and these extraordinary teachers. ALEJANDRO MUÑOZ LÓPEZ


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to the Bilingual Section I'm already finishing my last year in the CSE, the 4th one, what means that, for me, the bilingual section has finished because as you may know in Bachillerato there is no Bilingual section, which is so sad because the truth is that we have become such a family and we have lived an amount of amazing moments from the 1st year til the last one. This group is a constant language immersion because you are speaking English for an hour in each bilingual subject with your partners and with the teacher, what helps so much to get a better level of English. Also the Bilingual Section gives us so many chances: one is that there is a native teacher, each year is a different one. This makes you listen to perfect English with different accents from all over the world. The 1st year we met a very nice guy from North Carolina; the second one, Natalie, from Belgium and the 3rd one, Kelsey, that came from Texas and this year we met Austin which is helping us a lot to know better the American Culture. Another Cool thing about being in the Bilingual Section is that in the last year, you can do an exchange with German village called Parsberg. In conclusion, if I were a person that is going to come to IES Turgalium to study, I would have no doubt of choosing to be in the Bilingual Section. CARLOS CABALLERO I loved my experience in the Bilingual Section of this high -school. At first, I was afraid, they told me that it would be very difficult but after the first year, I won confidence and I have continued to have it since then. I have learned a lot since the first year. The Bilingual Section has helped me to forster my curiosity which leads me to lean by myself other concepts not only in the field of languages but also in all fields. Also, thanks to leaning other subjects in English, I have managed to learn many concepts that I wouldnt have learned. I have met many new people, friends, teachers; I have been learning in different ways: with games, activities, with trips, with everything that we have done here... I will never have words enough to thank all that to the Bilingual Section of IES Turgalium has given me. JUAN RODRÍGUEZ MORALEJO

I have been in the bilingual section for 4 years and this is my last year. I'm studying the 4th year of CSE and this year we study History and ITC in English. I think that the bilingual section is very important because you can improve your English and learn a lot of vocabulary. It is very sad that we can't be longer in the bilingual section because we will miss the activities and the teachers. If I have the opportunity, I will tell the kids of the 1st year to enter the bilingual section because it is not so difficult as it seems and helps you to improve your English A LOT. This year my classmates and I have to say good-bye to the bilingual section, unfortunately. LAURA CIUDAD GUTIÉRREZ

The truth is that I don't know where to start because there have been so many emotions together that are impossible to describe but I will try for you to know how incredible it is. First, the lessons: English and two more subjects in English. These hours we made different activities to practice English like games or speaking with your partner, watching videos,... All of them are an amazing way that we experiment in this section and our qualifications improved with all of them because even when we don't realise, we are learning, so I'm happy with all of them because they have helped me to improve my English and made me feel blissful. The other part that I want to highlight is all the activities that we made out of the lessons, because all of them: going to another high-school, going to the theatre, celebrating Europe Day, etc... made me enjoy in a different way because while I GO TO A PLACE, I MEET NEW FRIENDS, prepare activities I am learning and practising English with other people. So I have to say “THANK YOU” to IES Turgalium section for giving me the opportunity to live this experience and make me better in English. And I only want to add that I hope that this section continues more years and students are encouraged to enter it because I can assure you that it is incredible, you will not regret it and when you finish, you feel so sad... this is my emotion now: I am very sad with the end of this but I think that at least I had this opportunity and took the most of it. VIRGINIA AZORES CANCHO


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JUNE: Saying good-bye I'm glad about being in the bilingual section. I have learnt a lot of vocabulary about history, geography, and technology and I have learnt a lot of new grammar too. I think I have improved my English too because now I don't feel scared about talking in English in public. The bilingual section offers a lot of opportunities like for example the exchange with Germany next year, or the trip to Galisteo this year, for learning English.

This has been my first year being in the bilingual section. It is very easy to learn in this section since there is an amazing mood in the classes and Marina teaches us so well. All these things together have made me love this section. And this is very good for our future because this gives us a better level of English, something essential nowadays. Without any doubt, this class is one of the best of this high-school so I hope that in the future many people join this section to improve their English level and to have amazing classes. I will definitely miss the bilingual section.

JUAN GONZÁLEZ QUESADA

After all the time I was in the bilingual section I can say that my experience was so great because in these type of lessons I improved my English so much. I these 4 years I have had different teachers that taught me different subjects in English like History, Physical education or biology... I had a great time with the activities and with the people that I met in the trips. In conclusion, it was a great time and if I could do the same again, with the same teachers of the bilingual section, I would repeat this experience.

MARTA ESCALONA

This experience for me has been very good, a funny and interesting way to learn English because in class we play games or do fun activities. In these four years I learn much English with my friends. We learnt English with activities in the school, and also we learnt with activities in trips with other high-school like IESO Galisteo. RAÚL BERROCOSO

When I studied in the 1st year of ESO, I did not like English but after that, with Marina English is different for me. Sometimes I even feel that I was born in the wrong country because I love English and British lifestyles and culture. Marina is a very good person and very good teacher. And she plays music in class when we are working on classwork. I am sad now because I'm leaving the bilingual section and I will miss this full immersion and how my teacher makes me love the English Language. ALEJANDRO GONZÁLEZ I liked my experience these 4 years in the Bilingual Section. In class we have played many educative games that made classes more fun and entertaining. Not everything was a strict lesson. We have learned a lot with those games. The other subjects in English for me are a little difficult but I can deal with that. These years in the bilingual Section I learnt so much English with my friends in a very simple way and I like this way and I think about the way teachers at school teach English and I like this method. Finally, the Bilingual Section has been a fantastic experience for me.

FRANCISCO JOSÉ CHICO FUENTES ANAÍS RODRÍGUEZ MORALEJO


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to the Bilingual Section These four years in the bilingual section have been very good. Being in the Bilingual Section is a great way to learn more English, in a fun way, because you meet a lot of people from other high schools or other countries too, thanks to the exchanges and you practice English speaking with them. In the bilingual section the teachers organise many activities to improve your English so it is FANTASTIC! I have really enjoyed being in the bilingual section and since English is one of the most spoken languages, and one of the tools that are essential for our future, I would recommend everyone to enter the bilingual section. It is a very good opportunity. VICTORIA FERNÁNDEZ ARIAS I love English and I was sure from the beginning that I wanted to be in the bilingual section. It is fantastic to learn English! This section gives you the opportunity to learn English better. Choni taught us in the 1st year, and from then on until now Marina has taught us: she is a great teacher! We have been in may trips and I have liked everything a lot. I would recommend this experience to everybody that likes English.

My experience in the Bilingual Section of IES Turgalium has been amazing. I have met a lot of people, like when we went to Galisteo or the trip to Cáceres. The bilingual section has helped me to learn faster and better and also to be more confident with my English. We have done a lot of activities, very funny and interactive. I only want to say thanks to all the people that make this section possible because it has helped me a lot in my life. SAMUEL VIVAS JIMÉNEZ

JOSÉ TORIBIO ÁLVAREZ

This is my last year in the bilingual section because we start the 1st year of Bachillerato in September and there is no Bilingual Section there so I want to say thank you to all the teachers of the bilingual section because thanks to it we have done a lot of special activities for improving our English, and also for having good and funny days and I want to say thanks for giving us the opportunity to learn more of a new language.

I have studied in the bilingual section for 4 years. When I started at Turgalium I wasn't sure but finally my mum spoke to me and I started with Choni. Marina has been my teacher from the 2nd to the 4th. In the bilingual section I learnt a lot and we have done a school exchange with Galisteo. These years I have met a lot of new people and now I'm looking forward to the School Exchange with Germany. Finally, the best moment in these years was when we traveled to Galisteo because I met new people and I could practice English outside the school. JAVIER TARI GÓMEZ

ÁNGEL URBINA BELLO I'm glad that I have chosen this section because of this, I have improved my English. I have learnt a lot of vocabulary and I have met excellent teachers. I'm too confortable now in English and I'm sad because the next year (1 st year of Bachillerato) I am not going to havehistory or geography in English. ANA BENITO PÉREZ


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TOURISM Enjoying our first trip of the year! This year, the Tourism Vocational Training students were our tour managers and explained the most important places that we passed while we were on the bus. The first stop was the Vostell Museum in Malpartida de Cáceres and thanks to the guide there, we were able to understand more about Wolf Vostell's contemporany art. Next, we went to Santiago de Alcántara where the guides were waiting to lead us to the Buraco Cave. Later, we had free time to eat lunch. In the afternoon, we visited the culture of the Dolmen Interpretation Centre and an actual dolmen called 'Lagunita III'. We had a great time and had a lot of fun.

This article has been written by Ana Álvarez and Jessica Barras, Tourism Students.

Heraldry of Trujillo This past Monday, the tourism students of IES Turgalium hosted a walking tour in the old part of Trujillo. This tour focused on the heraldry of the old city, and the students displayed a wealth of knowledge about various important families of Trujillo’s past. The tour began with the Chaves family’s coat of arms and concluded with the Virgen of Victory in the main square. It was great to see the students display what they’ve learned in class, and it became quite clear that there is a lot to know in order to give a tour of a city like Trujillo. The way in which the students described each coat of arms and answered various questions shows the hard work they’ve put into their studies this year. Going on this walking tour was fascinating, especially as the Language Assistant at Turgalium. I felt like I had taken a step back in time, and it was particularly interesting since Trujillo is older than the entire United States. Thank you, Turgalim tourism students, for a wonderful tour of Trujillo!

Austin Marzano,assistant teacher


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SECTION “I am tour guide”: SANTA MARÍA CHURCH Good morning, my name is Pablo and I will be your tour guide. We are in Santa Maria the oldest Church that is one of the most important one in Trujillo. It is a religious temple in a late Romanic style. It was built in 13 th century and was enlarged and in 15 th century in Gothic style. Some locate the church in the same place where is supposed to be a mosque. The building has two bell towers and the name of the oldest is “Julia Tower”, which was destroyed by an earthquake in 18th century, that also affected Lisbon and the whole Extremadura. At present, the builder who restored the mentioned tower placed 53 coats of arms which belong to noble families from Trujillo and after many coats of arms he didn'nt have any idea about how to finish the restauration, so he had a funny idea placing an Athletic Bilbao football club shiel in the corner of the tower. The other bell tower is chiefly Barroque style and in it are the bells of the church. Inside you can admire a HispanicFlemish altarpiece that has 25 oil paintings on panel in well-preserved colours. I invite you to come in … Written by Pablo Farfán, 2º Tourism student and adapted by Verónica Moreno, Tourism teacher

“I am tour guide”: THE CASTLE Good morning, my name is Ainoa and I will be your tour guide. We are in Trujillo´s Castle. It is situated in the highest part of the city to defend it. It was built by the Moors in the Xth century over Roman ruines. The main gate is set in a horseshoe arch and on top of it we can see the Virgin of the Victory, patron saint of Trujillo. The legend says that Trujillo was occupied by the Moors and the Christians wanted to reconquer it, then a light appeared that blinded the Arabs, so the Christians won the battle. Juana la Beltraneja stayed here during the fight of the Castilla´s kingdom. There are two important defensive elements: 2 watchtowers and the battlements. Inside the castle, we can see the courtyard where are a fig tree, Roman gravestones, the “albacara” where the cattle was kept. You can also visit the cistern and the subterranean exit. From the castle you have a beautiful view of the town… Enjoy it !!!

Written by Ainoa Moreno, 2º Tourism Student and addapted by Ms. Verónica Moreno, Tourism Teacher.


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TOURISM SECTION: Asking for information. Making a reservation Irene is going to meet with three friends on Tuesday. They want to have dinner in a traditional restaurant. Irene is calling Turgalium Restaurant to make a reservation. Waitress: Good morning, Ainhoa speaking from Turgalium Restaurant. How can I help you? Irene: Good morning, Could you tell me when the restaurant is open? Waitress: Absolutely, we open from 10 am to midnight from Tuesday to Sunday. Mondays we’re closed. Irene: Ok, I would like to book a table for four people on Tuesday evening, is it possible? Waitress: Yes, it's possible. Could you tell me your name, please? Irene: Irene Rodríguez. Waitress: All right. See you on Tuesday evening. Do you need anything else? Irene: No, thank you! Waitress: Thank you for calling, have a nice day!

Performed by all the First year Tourism Students.

Asking for information. Informer: Good morning, Pablo speaking from the Tourist Information Office of Trujillo. How can I help you? Tourist: Good morning, Madame, Could you tell me when there are visits? Informer: Of course/absolutely, there are 2 visits in the castle. One of them is at 11 and the other is at 5. Tourist: What`s the price? Informer: It´s 5 euros per person. Tourist: I would like to make an appointment at 11 o´clock for 2 people next Monday. Informer: Could you tell me your name, please? Tourist: Sure, Jessica Barrras. Informer: The final price is 10 euros for 2 people on Monday February, second at o´clock. Thank you for your reservation. Anything else? Tourist: No, thank you. Informer: Thank you for calling, have a nice day!

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Performed by all the Second year Tourism Students.


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TOURISM SECTION: How much do you know about Trujillo? LET´S PLAY !!! here is a quiz! HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW ABOUT TRUJILLO? Try to answer the following questions

7. WHAT IS THIS? 1. WHERE IS TRUJILLO LOCATED? a) It is located 50kms to the East of the capital of province. b) It is located near to the city of Badajoz. 2. WHAT WERE THE TRUJILLO´S ROOTS? a) It came from the Celtic root, Turaca. b) It came from the Roman root, Turgalium. c) Both are correct.

a) a swimming pool. b) “ alberca” that was a drinking trough.

8. THIS IS A CURIOSITY THAT WE CAN FIND IN TRUJILLO. WHAT IS THIS?

3. WHAT ARE THESE MONUMENTS? a) tanks to drink animals. b) anthropomorphic tombs.

a) an”Atletico de Bilbao” capital in a church. b) a coat of arms of Trujillo´s family.

4. WHY IS TRUJILLO SO WELL- KNOWN TODAY?

9. THE CASTLE OF TRUJILLO HAS AN ARCHITECTURAL STYLE OF: a) Moorish style. b) Gothic style. c) Romanesque style.

a) The city is so well-known for its wine. b) Because has a a wide variety of cuisine. c) Both are correct. 5. THIS IS THE STATUE OF FRANCISCO PIZARRO. In how many cities can we find it? a) One, in Trujillo (Spain) b) Three, in Trujillo (Spain), Lima (Peru) and Buffalo (United States).

6. WHICH IS THE MOST REPRESENTATIVE EVENT IN SPRING ? a) Chiviri Festival. b) Cheese Fair, declared National Tourist Attraction.

10. THE MAIN SQUARE OF TRUJILLO HAS MANY BUILDINGS AND PALACES. Which of the following are not there located? a) the Palace of Escobar. b) the Palace of Chaves. c) the Palace of Conquest.

Key 1. a 2.c 3.b 4.a 5.b

6. b 7.b 8.a 9.a 10. a and b

By Ms. Natalia Jiménez


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TOURISM SECTION: Do you know how to write an invitation? Do you know the dress code for a formal dinner or for a wedding? Do you know how to organize the table? Do you know how to behavior during the dinner? The Tourism students are going to answer these questions. 1. Rules to write an invitation. For example: Coat of arms Name of the host Is placed to invite (name of the guest)

is placed to invite Mrs Natalia Jiménez

Event, when and where

to the opening of the new Tourist Information Centre of Trujillo, on 7th July at 13 o’clock in the main square.

Town, year A replay is required to

The Mayor of Trujillo, Alberto Casero

Dress code How to arrive

Trujillo, 2017 A replay is required to Town Hall Paseo Ruiz de Mendoza Trujillo

Morning dress

2. Dress code. There are three types of dress code. The way you have to use them depends on the type of the event and the time of the event. White tie. It’s the most formal dress code. It is used for Royal families’ events.

Black tie. You should wear this type of dress code when the event is in the evening

Morning dress. You should wear this type of dress code when you are invited to events before 7 o´clock in the evening.


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all about Social Protocol 3. Dinner table setting In the picture below you can see the correct way to organize the dinner table.

As you can see, there is a place for each thing you find on the table. Moreover, the decoration must be soft, for example, it is not recommended to place flowers or candles. 4. Behavior during dinner. Things you should do during dinner. If you are at a dinner party wait until your host(ess) starts eating or indicates you should do so. Chew and swallow all the food in your mouth before taking more or taking a drink. Soup should be spooned away from you. Break bread and rolls with your fingers, not with your knife. Break off a small piece of bread and butter it. Do not butter the whole slice at one time. You may use a piece of bread on a fork to soak up sauce or gravy. Never hold the bread in your fingers to do this. Things you should not do during dinner. Never chew with your mouth open. Never talk with food in your mouth. Never put too much food in your mouth. Never mash or mix food on your plate. Do not blow on hot food or drink. Do not sip from a coffee spoon or teaspoon. Never use your fingers to push food into your spoon or fork. Finally, there is a game. Can you say which of the following activities are polite and which are impolite? Saying please and thank you Burping loudly Slurping your soup or drink Taking small bites of your food Spilling your drink on the table, or other guests Keeping your napkin on your lap Making light-hearted conversation with the other guests Telling the host that the food doesn’t taste good Drinking an excessive amount of alcohol Placing dirty knives on tablecloth Eating with elbows or both hands on table Social Protocol, By Tourism first year students and Ms. Natalia Jiménez, teacher


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High Tech Section: HOW TO WORK IN THE TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP

We work in groups in the technology workshop, because it is more effective and faster than working alone. So, the members of the groups play different roles. The method we use in order to resolve a technology problem is called the project approach. The stages of this method are: 1. Detect the problem. Firstly, we need to identify the problem we want to solve. The more details we know about the problem, the easier the rest of the process will be. 2. Search for information. Secondly, it is important to look for information, which may help us, by using different sources. 3. Design and choice. At this step, we think about the different solutions (drawings) for the object and then, we choose the best option. 4. Planning. Once we have decided which the best solution is, it is necessary to plan and prepare the work. In that way, the tools and materials we are going to use and the steps we will be following in the construction must be chosen. 5. Construction. At this moment, we start to build the technical object. The materials and tools have to be used in the correct way. Therefore, we always need to follow the rules of safety. 6. Assessment. This is the stage where we check that the project works properly and we evaluate our own work as well. 7. Write the project report. Finally, we prepare the document which contains all the details of the project we have just built.

COORDINATOR

MATERIALS MANAGER

ROLES IN THE WORKSHOP

CLEANING MANAGER

TOOLS MANAGER

SECRETARY

SAFETY AND HYGIENE MANAGER


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High Tech Section: ICT TUTORIAL: CREATING A PHOTOMONTAGE

One of the free digital editing programs is GIMP. You are able to create and edit digital images with it. The pupils created a montage from four different pictures, which were taken from the book Information and Communication Technologíes- 4º ESO-Editorial Donostiarra. They had to work with layers, which are like transparencies. On the whole, all of them can be superimposed and as a result you can have the final image. In this activity, they had the beach as the background and the child, the castle and the dragon in the upper layers. The pupils used some of the tools in GIMP and they were careful with the order of the layers. Here are the steps they followed in the photomontage:

SCALE UP THE CASTLE AND MOVE IT

REDUCE THE CHILD

PUT THE CHILD IN THE CORRECT POSITION

ROTATE AND MOVE THE DRAGON

RETOUCH THE CASTLE AND THE CHILD

DRAGON

CHILD

BACKGROUND

CASTLE

Mr. Alberto Rodríguez González


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TIME FOR SOME FUN: The students of the fourth year of CSE of the Bilingual Section of our school have created the following games about Contemporary history with their History teacher, me, Patricia Clemente. By Ms. Patricia Clemente

Group 1 (Carlos, Fran, Angel, Anaís and Raúl) Choose the correct answer about Old Regime: How did people call Luis XIV? King Smith Sun´s King Luis “the Ill” Luis Quesnay Who defended the separation of powers? Montesquieu Diderot and DÁlembert Voltaire Rousseau Where was written “The Bill of Rights”? Spain France Russia England In what century did the Enlightenment start? The fifteenth The eighteenth The seventeenth The sixteenth Who said the famous phrase “ All for the people but without the people”? Carlos III Felipe II Napoleon Bonaparte Fernando “the Deaf” Who were the social parasits during the XVII century?: The nobility The clergy The both before The peasants The society was divided into: Privileged and non-Privileged Nobility and Clergy Social clases Farmers and powerful people. The ideas of Authority were based on: Old texts of The Old Age All the kings forced to do it. People, in general, said it. In The Bible The Economy was: Protectionist Liberal Progresist Centralized


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HISTORY GAMES Group 2(Samuel, Alejandro, Javier and Jose) A.Find out the concepts of each definition and fill the boxes with them: Vertical: 1. In the periodic table its symbol is “Fe” 2. A boat that works with steam engine. 3. The steam engine works with… 4. The function of selling and buying 5. It is the machine that provides power with steam. Horizontal: 6.The place where the train travels. 7. Place where raw materials are transformed into products. 8.When you switch on the light, what type of energy do you use?. 9.A mecanism that works more easily. 10. The movement created by Marx and Engel. Bolsheviks wanted the dictatorship of… 11. German economical border. B.-Find out the historical character: Politician from Prussia who led the German Unification in 1870.

Group 3 ( Laura, Victoria and Virginia) A. Fill the gaps: The first English settlers arrived on the Eastern coast of North America. They formed the …………………..colonies. …………………..became independent in 1829 The French Revolution started in …………… with the………………………………. The three revolutionary waves were in ………, ……… and……….. and they began because of the …………………of ……………..in 1814. In 1792 ……………………..started the Terror Age. In 1689 ………………………………….guaranteed certain rights and freedom in Britain for the first time in the world.

B. Find out the historical character: He was a leader of France in 1804. He won some battles, for example, conquered Spain, Portugal, Rome, Etruria, but he lost other battles, for example against Russia. In 1814 went to The Elba Island, then returned to France and governed for 100 days. But in 1815 because of the Battle of Waterloo had to go to “Santa Elena”.


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TIME FOR SOME FUN: HISTORY GAMES Group 4.( Marta, Ana and Amaia) A. Read and write if the following sentences are true or false. Explain the last ones: 1.The “Triple Entente” was created by Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy. The last of them left the Alliance in 1910. 2.In 1916 because of the victory of The Central Powers , the Great War between Great Britain and Germany began and finally the winner was Germany. 3.In 1917 the ship named Lousitania that belonged to USA was attacked by German army. 4.The Nevilly Treaty was made for Germany. In this Treaty Germany ceded its coast in the Mediterranean sea. 5.With the Russian revolution in 1917 a provisional government formed by cadets and revolutionary socialists began to take decisions. 6.In 1921 The 4th soviet meeting was celebrated ( bolsheviks and mensheviks) and the communist goverment began to work. B. Find out the historical character: Between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in France. He was a writer and philosopher who leaded the idea of the separation of the three powers: legislative ( Parliament) , executive ( Government) and judicial ( Justice Court)

Group 5( Juan , Alejandro, Juan G. and Alberto) A.

Find out concepts related to imperialism.

B. Find out the historical character: He was an important character in France during jacobines government. His government was during 1793-1794. He established the Time of Terror.

Group 1 (Carlos, Fran, Angel, Anaís and Raúl) A.Choose the correct answer about Old Regime: b) a) d) b) a) c) a) a) a) Group 2 (Samuel, Alejandro, Javier and Jose) A. Find out the concepts of each definition and fill the boxes with them: Vertical: 1. Iron 2. steamboat 3. coal 4. trade 5. Steam engine Horizontal: 6. Railway 7.: Industry 8. Electricity 9: Machine 10.Marxism Proletariat Zolverein B. Otto Von Bismarck

Group 3 ( Laura, Victoria and Virginia) A. Fill the gaps: Thirteen Greece 1789, Bastille Invasion 1820, 1830 and 1848. Congress of Vienna Robespierre “The Bill of Rights” B. Napoleon Group 4 ( Marta, Ana and Amaia) A. Read and write if the following sentences are true or false. Explain the last ones: 1. False 2. False 3. True 4. False 5. True 6. False B. Montesquieu Group 5 ( Juan , Alejandro, Juan G., Alberto) A. Find out concepts related to imperialism: Wilhelm I, Cavour, Bismarck, mother country, colonies, empire, racism, acculturation,Prussia and migration B. Robespierre


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TIME FOR SOME FUN:MATH´S CROSSWORD

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CHEMICAL CURIOSITIES

By Ms. Lola Vicente and Ms. Marina Hurtado Alvarado


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FAREWELL TO AUSTIN Sadly, the time has come for all of us to say goodbye to our amazing teaching assistant Austin Marzano. The last few months have been great in class with you. Good Luck in everything, Austin!


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TIME FOR SOME FUN: Paper dolls: DAVID BOWIE David Bowie, who was an English prolific actor, singer and songwriter passed away a year ago now. To commemorate his art, his music and his style, here are some paper doll cutouts that I ramdomly found online and I which I enjoyed loads.


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TIME FOR SOME FUN: humour

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