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A CRUISE SUNK IN COSTA CONCORDIA There are some victims in Concordia's disaster and the students are worried. The Costa Concordia cruise ship ran aground off the west coast of Italy, at Giglio Island on Friday. Italian cave-rescue divers are painstakingly checking thousands of debris-filled cabins on the Italian liner Monday for more than 20 people still unaccounted for out of the 4,200 who were on board.

Worsening weather and heavy seas earlier made the wreck slip on the rocky underwater slope where it is lodged off the island of Giglio and rescue teams were evacuated. But they returned to work after several hours. Eleven bodies have been found so far. The divers wear wetsuits reinforced with Kevlar — the same material used to make bullet-proof

vests — and have a guide line to open water, just as they do when exploring caves.

Due to the fact that many students are going on a trip to Italy next month, they are worried about it as we are going to Italy on boat. Javier Liébana Rosas Alejandro Alcalá Ortega

MUSICALS Now, we are talking about musicals all around Spain. So, let's start with “The Lion King” It's a musical which is 14 years old. It is directed by Julie Taymor and it has Elton John's music. It speaks about the story of a lion called Simba which is the son of the king Mufasa. But, his aunt Scar wants to be the king too so, he kills Mufasa when Simba is just a child. When he grows up he wants to revenge his father's death. In this part, Simba meets Timón and Pumba and they help him. Finally, Scar dies and Simba becomes the king. This musical will be in theathre ''Lope de Vega'' in Madrid until July of this year 2012. It has a duration of 2 hours and a half and tickets cost from 19.90 to 79.90. It has been seen by 60 millions people and it has received 70 awards.

Angela Olivares Rubio Laura Castillo Garcia


CARNIVAL Carnival is a public celebration that takes place immediately before the Christian Lent, which combines some elements such as costumes, parades and street parties. The origin of the celebration seems likely of pagan festivals. Carnival in different places. The biggest celebration in the world is Rio de Janeiro's carnival and the largest grouping, Galo da Madrugada of the city of Recife. Other internationally famous carnivals are those of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Cadiz in Spain, Venice in Italy and Barranquilla in Colombia. The longer carnival is in Montevideo, Uruguay, as it lasts the entire month of February.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife's carnival. It is considered the second most popular and internationally known after Rio de Janeiro's one.

Rio de Janeiro's carnival. It begins on January 6 and is celebrated forty days before Easter.

Every year,thousands of people go out for this week. There are two different parts, the official carnival and the street carnival. The official carnival with over 100 groups with an average of 50 components each: street bands, processions, group costumes, street musicians and musical groups. The street carnival, in which citizens participate with their own costumes. It is one of the most famous in the world, visited by tourists from all over the world. Each year in the Sambodrome, there is a parade of samba schools representing neighbourhoods and cities of Rio de Janeiro State, which must meet strict regulations. The jury awards marks for every aspect displayed in the parade and the samba school that meets the highest score is crowned champion. In the city there are celebrations with bands, dances, private events and the parade of samba schools.

Cadiz carnival The Carnival of Cadiz is one of the most famous carnivals of Spain and the world. In July 2009, joined the list of the Ten Treasures of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Spain. The Carnival GroupCompetition is held during the months of January and February at the� Gran Teatro Falla “ Clusters, sing songs sarcastically mocking or criticizing one form the characters of today, politicians, characters from the press and current situations.

Barranquilla carnival is a cultural event in


which all varieties are expressed cultural and folklore of the Caribbean Coast and the most varied local cultural events, folk music and dance. It is the most representative of the city that attracts friends and strangers.

AND WHAT ABOUT OUR CARNIVAL?

Venice carnival Venice Carnival comes from the tradition of the year 1480-1700, where the nobility dressed up to go out and mingle with the people. Since then the masks have been the most important element of the carnival.

The costumes used are characteristic of the years 1750 and abound maschera nobile, a white mask with black silk robe and hat with three points. After 1972, other colors have been added to the costumes, but masks are still mostly white, silver and gold.

Barranquilla carnival The Carnival of Barranquilla is the largest folk festival in Barranquilla and one of the most recognized in Colombia. More than a million and half people, visitors and locals annually participate in the festival, which takes place from Saturday until Tuesday before Ash Wednesday.

The Carnival of Jaen has duration of one week. Held in late February. During the first days, the clusters and the different grouping represent their songs in the Darymelia theater. Winners are chosen and for the next day stroll through the streets singing their songs. At the end of the week, the floats parade through the streets of Jaen and citizens come dressed to have fun and enjoy the atmosphere that exists in the city in those days.

Ana Jimenez Santiago Clara Santiago Castro


POLITICAL CHANGES IN SPAIN

Mariano Rajoy, the principal secretary of PP

The general elections took place the 20 of November of 2011 in Spain. People from Spain wanted a change in politics because its old president wasn't doing it very well. The PP party lead by Rajoy,has been the party that won the general elections. The reforming plan by PP party was: -Inclusion of an extra year to Bachillerato at high school. -Commitment to meet the deficit targets of the EU by 2012. Zapatero,the principal secretary of -Be kinder to the environment. PSOE. -Security and defense of all. -European policy and . -Culture: creation, freedom and heritage. To carry out these reforms Rajoy has chosen 13 people, among which are: The former Minister Jesus Posada as president of the Congress of Deputies and Pio Garcia Escudero in the Senate.The spokesmen lie with JosĂŠ Manuel Barreiro and Alfonso Alonso, has been appointed by Rajoy to be the spokesman 'popular' in The House. The reforming plan by PSOE was: Luis Rus Luis E. Carrera 1.We must create jobs. 2. We must modernize the economy. 3. We have to improve equality. 4.We must deepen democracy The future requires us to renew the social democratic project" proclaims the PSOE in the presentation of its Policy Conference. A document in which the Socialists claim a left exit to the crisis while protecting the welfare state. As for proposals, the pursuit of sustainable growth and job creation backbone of this paper will form the basis of the program for the elections of 20 November.


HANDBALL European championship of handball The European championship of handball is being celebrated in Serbia during the month of January. The competition is divided in four groups with 4 teams in each group. Spain is in the group C with France, Russia and Hungary. Only the first three qualified teams in each group will advance to the second round. This round will be played by two groups of 6 teams each . Then, the two first qualified teams of the groups will pass to the semifinals. In the end, the winners of them will reach the final and the losers will play a match to decide the third and the fourth position. Spain handball team Spain's handball team is one of the best teams in the world. Its major achievement was the gold medal in the world championship of 2005 celebrated in Tunisia. In the last 20 years, Spain has won three bronze medals in Olympic Games,two silver medals and a bronze medal in European championships and a gold medal in a world championship. Some of the best Spanish players are: José Hombrados: he is the goalkeeper of the Spanish team. He has played 251 matches and he was chosen the best goalkeeper of the world in 2009. Juanín García: he is right wingman. He plays in FC Barcelona Intersport and he has achieved 816 goals with Spain. Íker Romero: he is left backcourt. He plays in Fuchse Berlin and he has achieved 799 goals with Spain. He was the best player in the world championship of Tunisia.

and he has achieved 816 goals with Spain. Íker Romero: he is left backcourt. He plays in Fuchse Berlin and he has achieved 799 goals with Spain. He was the best player in the world championship of Tunisia.

Spain World Champion in 2005

José Hombrados

Álvaro Fernández Solas Miguel Dugnol Balguerías


EARTHQUAKES Every year there are hundreds of earthquakes in the world. Some of them are very slight, others have material damages, and others even provoke thousands of deaths, such as the earthquake that last year took place in Japan. This made us think a lot about it and we decided to write this article so that people know how to react if there is an eartquake near them.

What is an earthquake? It is a tremor on land caused by the colission of the tectonic plates. It is measured with the Ritcher scale. To know more about earthquakes we are going to raise some questions:

scale liberate? The energy it liberates is compared with 25 000 atomic bombs. What can you do if there is a earthquake near you? - If the tremor is slight,don't panic, it will finish quickly - If the tremor is bigger, look for a heavy structure and stay under it - If you are inside a building, don't go out, because it will be more dangerous - If you are outside look for an open place and move away from glasses, buildings or electricity cables. Conclusion There are some ways to predict eartquakes but they aren't very reliable, so the only thing you can do is to react with the advises just given before.

1.Has the number of earthquakes been constant along the history? It has been constant but the number of deaths has been raising because there are more building.Nowadays it is more dangerous because they can fall down. 2.Which are the consequences of the earthquakes?Are they all the same in all the countries? The earthquakes have economic consequences: they destroy a lot of buildings and they also have social consequences: a lot of people die because of them when the eartquake is very strong. Earthquakes aren't the same in all the countries because it depends on the development of each country.

Material consequences of an earthquake.

3.Are there any earthquakes in others planets? Yes, In Mars there was an intense earthquake and we know that in the Moon there are lots of them but with slight intensity. Marta Peinado Santiago

4.How much energy does an earthquake of nine degrees in Richer

Maria MartĂ­n Sarmiento


CONOCIÉNDONOS Hola a todos. Somos Laura y Cristina de 1º BC A. Queríamos presentaros nuestra sección para esta nueva y revolucionaria revista que estamos realizando en nuestra clase. “Conociéndonos” es una sección dedicada a saber un poco más del entorno de éste nuestro centro. Esta revista es bilingüe, por lo que algunas de las entrevistas también lo serán. Con esto queremos acercaros un poco más a aspectos que no son tan cercanos y familiares. Para empezar, lo haremos con una profesora que ha aportado mucho a este instituto durante un largo período de tiempo. Se trata de Doña Gloria Viedma, profesora de Historia y una gran persona. Entrevistadora s- Buenos días profesora, le agradecemos mucho que haya accedido a nuestra entrevista, y queríamos comenzar preguntándole, ¿qué fue lo que le impulsó a estudiar esa carrera? Profesora- Me impulsó que estaba estudiando en Sevilla y me sentí atraída por esa carrera, porque siempre me ha gustado conocer sobre las civilizaciones antiguas. E- ¿Qué destacaría de su trabajo? P- Destacaría sobre todo la relación con los alumnos ya que al tener contacto con la gente joven hace que tú también te sientas más joven y que estemos más de acuerdo con la realidad en la que vives. E- Como profesora de historia que es, ¿en qué época histórica le gustaría vivir? P- Me gustaría vivir en la que vivimos pero tengo que decir que he vivido en una época muy buena que ha sido la etapa de la transición política; la muerte de Franco y la consolidación

de la democracia en España es algo que debería haber vivido todo el mundo para que después se pueda valorar la democracia. E- Si no fuera profesora, ¿a qué se dedicaría? P- Pues me hubiera gustado ser senadora, porque los senadores tienen un trabajo complementario del Congreso, viven bien. También es verdad que ahora me hubiera gustado ser parlamentaria europea porque me gusta mucho viajar. E- ¿Qué es lo que más destacaría de sus compañeros? P- De ellos creo que el ambiente de compañerismo que hay y sobre todo la amistad que tengo con algunas compañeras; la verdad es que es una relación muy especial. E- ¿Qué países ha visitado? P- Todos los años hago por lo menos dos viajes al extranjero. Conozco Europa casi entera. Este verano he estado en Polonia, República Checa, Londres, París y Nueva York, que es la ciudad que más me ha impactado. También he estado en Egipto que también me ha impresionado mucho aunque para vivir yo me quedaría en España porque la calidad de vida es mucho mejor. Además también he estado en Noruega, que es el país que más ha impresionado a mi marido. E- ¿Qué culturas antiguas son las que más le gustan? P- La egipcia y la griega. La griega por la trascendencia que ha tenido hasta nuestros días. Las pirámides son preciosas e importantísimas pero no han tenido la trascendencia que ha tenido el arte y la cultura griega.


E- ¿Qué proyectos le gustaría emprender en un futuro?

E- ¿Le resulta fácil compaginar la vida personal con la laboral?

P- Como voy a cambiar de vida pronto, pienso que voy a vivir tranquila y a viajar un poco más, visitar a mi hijo siempre que pueda y creo que también me voy a apuntar a un gimnasio. E- Profesora, muchísimas gracias por haber colaborado con nosotras en este proyecto, esperamos que le haya gustado y que le vaya bien en el futuro.

P- Si dijera que no, creo que sería injusto porque aunque a veces cuesta trabajo, yo me considero un privilegiado porque yo trabajo por las mañanas y por la tarde tengo que preparar clases y más cosas, pero cuando pienso en otra gente que tiene trabajos de muchas más horas y un horario más difícil, pienso que soy un privilegiado.

Hola otra vez, esperamos que disfrutarais de la entrega anterior. Volvemos de nuevo, pero ahora es el turno de Don Cristóbal Beltrán, profesor de Lengua y Literatura, secretario de nuestro centro docente y además alguien a quien tenemos mucho aprecio.

E- ¿En qué época del año tiene usted más trabajo? P- Para el cargo que yo estoy desempeñando ahora de administrativo, de secretario, los meses más difíciles son septiembre y junio por el tema de matrículas, evaluaciones, exámenes y demás.

Entrevistadoras- Hola don Cristóbal, estamos aquí para hacerle una entrevista como secretario de este centro para nuestra revista BiliNews, lo primero que queremos preguntarle es qué diría usted que es lo mejor de su trabajo. Profesor- Pues creo que lo mejor es el contacto con los alumnos, sin duda es lo más interesante.

E- ¿Qué es lo que usted mejoraría del centro? P- Principalmente la convivencia entre los alumnos, entre profesores y alumnos incluso entre profesores y profesores. Es verdad que en este centro hay pocos problemas, pero la gente se queja mucho y hay bastantes destrozos. E- ¿Cuáles son sus aficiones?

E- ¿Y lo peor? P- Lo peor también es eso porque vosotros los alumnos siempre tenéis la misma edad, aunque vayáis cumpliendo años, al siguiente curso vendrá una promoción que tendrá otra vez los mismos y no envejecéis como alumnado, sin embargo, los profesores vamos cumpliendo años y sí, vamos envejeciendo. Por otra parte, daros una educación y unas normas de comportamiento también cansa mucho. Por esto, el contacto con los alumnos es lo mejor y lo peor.

P- Me gusta mucho montar en bicicleta, antes montaba más, pero aun así cuando tengo un rato libre, la cojo y me voy por aquí cerquita. Por otra parte, tengo las aficiones normales, leer... aunque debo decir que no leo mucho, sobre todo suelo leer los clásicos, pero la literatura moderna no la leo, me da pereza. E- Cuando era pequeño, ¿qué quería ser de mayor? P- Yo quería ser conductor de camiones, como mi padre. Pero claro, él no me dejaba, mis


padres me iban orientando, querían algo más para mí, que yo fuera más que ellos y veían que estudiando iba a llegar a más y me orientaron hacia el estudio. Después de eso, vi que los estudios se me daban muy mal, me gustaría saber matemáticas, pero lo que mejor se me daban eran las letras. A pesar de eso, todavía me gustaría ser camionero.

E- Bueno don Cristóbal, ya hemos terminado la entrevista. Muchas gracias por atendernos y responder a estas preguntas.

INTERVIEWS OF MUSIC

Here we have two interviews to one teacher and one ordinance, about music. We can see clearly the differences between each preferences. E- ¿A qué le gustaría dedicarle más The first one is to Antonio López, a tiempo? tecnology teacher. 1. What type of music do you like? P- Al deporte por ejemplo. Madrugo I like pop, rock and singer-songwriter. mucho y algunas veces voy a correr antes 2. How often do you listen to de venir al instituto y otras veces vengo music? en chándal porque cuando se acaban las I listen to music very often, while working horas que tengo que echar aquí y salgo, or studying. cojo la bici y me voy a dar un vuelta. 3. Do you read articles about Otra cosa a la que me gustaría dedicarle music? más tiempo es a viajar. No, maybe if I see and article in the newspaper and I'm interested in it. E- ¿En qué otros países ha estado? 4. What is your favourite song? I don't have any special song but perhaps P- Pues he estado en Bélgica viviendo some of “Sabina”. una temporada, también he viajado por 5. Who's your favourite artist? Marruecos My favourite singer is “Joaquín Sabina”. en mi Dos Caballos; volviendo a Europa 6. Do you know the song “Ai se eu he estado en Francia, Alemania, Austria, te pego”? Do you know its dance? Hungría y Eslovaquia. No se puede decir Yes, I know the song, because the head que los haya visitado, sino que master assistant is always singing it, but I últimamente vamos en verano con la don't know the dance. bicicleta a hacer un circuito que recorre 7. Have you ever been in a concert? el sur del Danubio, por esa razón he Yes, I've been once in Mecano's and visitado tantos países. Manolo Garcia's. 8. Do you like Eurovision? E- ¿En qué consiste su trabajo como No, it's a total fraud. secretario? 9. Which gadgets do you use to listen to music? P- Pues se puede decir que yo soy el I listen music through internet and on the portero de la finca. Procurar que las dvd. cosas estén bien, procurar que la calefacción funcione, que haya cañones The next one is to our janitor, Nieves. en las clases y que funcionen... Todo eso en el día a día, pero también es todo lo 1. What type of music do you like? que tiene que ver con el centro, con las I like Manolo Escobar and Paquito el actas, es el encargado del personal no docente, el que trata con los conserjes, administrativos; toda la parte administrativa la lleva el secretario


chocolatero, I mean spanish songs. 2. How often do you listen to music? I listen to music when I have free time. 3. Do you read articles about music? No, I just listen to it. 4.What is your favourite song? All related to typical Spanish music. 5. Who's your favourite artist? One of my favourite is “Manolo Escobar”. 6. Do you know the song “Ai se eu te pego”? Do you know its dance? No, but I know the dance of “Los pajaritos” 7. Have you ever be in a concert? No, I don't like them. 8. Do you like Eurovision? I'm not very interested in it, but it's okey. 9.Which gadgets do you use to listen to music? I have got a mp3 and I often listen to “Radio Olé”.

CINEMA Cinema's trends: Impresionism: This style focus on naturalism.It has some direct style and goes further than melodramatic schemes. Some of the most important authors are: Herni Ghomette and Marcel L'Herbier. The most representative movie is ''The wheel'' (1922) by Abel Gance. Surrealism: Absurd images that break logic predominate. Two important movies are: ''Un perro Andaluz''(1929) and ''La edad de oro'' (1930), by Luis Buñuel. Expresionist German cinema:(1905) Some productions that showed the subjective over the objective perspective. It was in Weimar's Germany and it gave more importance to the expresion of emotions. One important movie is ''The cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919).

What is cinema like now? A lot of things have changed in cinema since its beginning. The most important one is the appereance of the sound and colour. Another relevant change is the amazing developement of special effects and something that day by day is getting more importance: The use of the computers on the cinema. Did you know...? Mari Paz Siles Rodriguez Laura Lombardo Toledano

...That the first sound movie was ''The Jazz Singer''? ...The most expensive movie in history is Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End''? ...EEUU produces between 600 and 800 films every year? Amelia Ortega Domingo Clara Navares López


TRAVEL TO ITALY List of teachers: – Paco Delgado – Tomás Mateo – Antonio Montalvo Fundraising activities: – Sell Lottery Tickets – Sell eau de cologne – Sell ecological bags – Sell sweatshirt – Organise a movie theatre

Tavel Itinerary: - Day 24, we are going from Jaén to Barcelona and there we are taking a boat to Livorno. - Day 25, we will arrive in Livorno in the evening.Afterwards, we will take a coach to Florencia.Tere, we will stay at a hotel. - Day 26, in the morning, we are going to see the Pisa Tower and its surroundings. Free time to visit Florcencia’s old town. - Day 27, visit Florencia and its monuments, and lunch at the hotel.

Day 28, we are going from Florencia to Rome at 10:00 and lunchwill be at a restaurant.

- Day 29, we are going to Vaticano city(museums,Sixtina Chapel... )

- Day 30, we are going to Rome(Colusseum),dinner and overnight on boat.

- Day 31, we are going from Barcelona to Jaén, end of the study tour.


Services included: • Two modern buses for the tour. • Trip by boat Barcelona – Livorno. • Trip by boat CivitavecchiaBarcelona. • 2 nights in a three star hotel in the city of Rome. • 3 nights in athree star hotel in Florencia's city. • Full board and multiple rooms. • Local guides for: -Florencia's city. -Roma's city. -Rome illuminated in the night. -Entrance in the Vatican museums, Sixtina's Chapel, San Peter's Basilica. -Coliseum and Roman forums. • The final price of the trip is 685 Euros Economic Conditions To facilitate travel payment, installlments are split into three: - First term 100 euros. - Second term 300 euros. - Third term 285 euros. The students who have sold goods, will pay only part of the third term.

Sharing Room Rooms will be distributed in rooms of two,

three and four students. Daniel Martinez Aranda Jorge Pegalajar Molinos



first term