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2012-13

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INTERCAMBIO MIXTO DE INMERSIÓN LINGÜÍSTICA EN INGLATERRA

Padres y alumnos de 1º BACH desde la coordinación de Programas de intercambio educativos en este primer boletín informativo se adjuntan datos y links relativos a aplicaciones móviles importantes para el viaje de intercambio en Londres en un intento por facilitar la estancia y el uso de las nuevas tecnologías y que nuestros alumnos puedan hacer uso de los recursos interactivos para un mejor y correcto entendimiento del idioma . Nos facilitará nuestra estancia en la ciudad y con esta guía conoceremos mejor algunos de los monumentos mas emblemáticos de la ciudad. Los alumnos británicos, que durante el pasado mes de Octubre, nos ayudaron a conocer sus costumbres y por ello, queremos aprovechar en nuestra visita a poder conocerles mejor.

Dear Families and students in the First grade of Bachillerato, from the department (Exchange Programme) we are sending you this first pamphlet. This pamphlet includes some interesting links on how to understand the relationship between concepts, and how the use of New Technologies could be used by our students as tools for improved comprehension, and also to correct the subjects given in each class during this term. It will help us during our trip to London and we can get to know some landmarks and emblematic places of the city better. The British students, who were with us last month of October, helped us get to know their customs, and because of this we want to take this opportunity to know them better.


Alumnos 1º BACHILLERATO: 1. PABLO CASADO CARRASCO 2. BORJA ROJO GONZALEZ 3. SARA GONZÁLEZ BAÑOS 4. LUCÍA BAENA ROBLES 5. JUAN ONSURBE GÓMEZ 6. Jº MIGUEL ACITORES CORTINA 7. ANDREA VEGA NIETO 8. JUAN GUILLERMO URIBE REYES 9. DIEGO SALAS PRIETO 10. PALOMA LAPUNZINA SOLER 11. ROBERTO ROSELL LÓPEZ 12. RODRÍGO PÉREZ VICENTE. 13. JULIA LEI GONZÁLEZ GALLEGO 14. CESAR CIFREDO CARBALLO 15. CATARINA MARÇAL ANTUNES 16. INÉS MARÇAL ANTUNES 17. PATRICIA MUÑOZ 18. .ANA MIGUEL IZQUIERDO 19. OLGA BARROSO CALVO

PROFESORES ACOMPAÑANTES: ANDREA Y RAQUEL NAVARRO

NOS ENCONTRAMOS EN EL AEROPUERTO A LAS 8:30 Aeropuerto de MADRID – BARAJAS TERMINAL 4 Vuelo IDA: BA 457 despegue :10.40 llegada:12.10

LLEGADA 15:50 Aeropuerto de MADRID – BARAJAS TERMINAL 4 Vuelo vuelta: BA 464 despegue :12.30 llegada:15.50


A brief history:

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London is almost 2,000 years old. It is thought that London in prehistoric times was merely a collection of scattered rural settlements. Spear heads and weapons from the Bronze and Iron Ages have been found around the Thames, and a recent archaeological dig near Vauxhall discovered evidence of a possible wooden bridge across the Thames around 3,000 years ago!

01 y 02 December:

At weekend we are going to stay with the families

It was the Romans who were responsible for the city we know today as London. They invaded Britain in AD43, and soon afterwards founded the city of Londinium. It is thought that the original city was small - about the size of Hyde Park! In AD60 Queen Boudica (also known as Boadicia) of the Iceni tribe rose up against the Romans, who fled. The city was burned to the ground. However, the Romans eventually regained control and rebuilt London, this time adding a Forum (market) and Basilica (a business centre), and slowly building a wall around the city to protect it from further invasion.

Don’t forget. We are all in this together. Be open-minded to new proposals. There are lots things to see.


Android : 1.

TUBE

London Underground Free Visual IT Limited

2. LONDON TUBE FOR i-PAP i-phone i-pap


Existen muchas aplicaciones relacionadas con sitios de interés en Londres: 1.

GUARDIAN.CO.UK POPCAST LONDON WALKS i –TUNES Popcast que nos hablan de sitios emblemáticos y con los cuales podemos conocer más sobre LONDRES y usar algunas guías. London Walking Tour: Jonathan Glancey looks up The Guardian's architecture and design critic Jonathan Glancey reveals the hidden gems around Oxford Circus that exist above the shop windows Listen and enjoy >>> MIX map view Cuando un hombre está cansado de Londres, está cansado de la vida, porque no hay en Londres todo lo que la vida puede permitirse. - Samuel JohnsonLondres Mobile Guide: - Convertidor de divisas - Metro, autobús y Piers base de datos - Zonas WiFi gratis - Place Finder (POI) - Pronóstico del tiempo

FREE City Guide from TripAdvisorGoing to London? Get this FREE city guide, a personal trip advisor in your pocket. With restaurants, attractions, hotels and TripAdvisor reviews you love, stored in the app, all available offline -- no data roaming charges!

Would you like to visit major financial landmarks and Dickens’s favourite taverns? Get to know Bloomsbury’s verdant squares and pretty residential housing or discover classic pre-war department stores?


TatetoTate es una guía multimedia desarrollada por Bluguía, una guía turística para tu Smartphone que te guiará por una ruta entre la Tate Modern y la Tate Britain en Londres, pasando por el National Theatre, el London Eye, el Big Ben o la Abadía de Westmisnter e informándote en vídeo con lo más destacable de cada uno de esos lugares. Descarga y escucha las mejores audioguías de AudioViator Con ella puedes escuchar audioguías gratis cuando vayas de viaje. Detecta dónde estás y te sugiere las audioguías geolocalizadas más cercanas de AudioViator.com

Vusiem para British Museum es una aplicación muy útil para aquellos que aspiran a cubrir el Museo Británico en un día. Si ése es usted, siga leyendo!* Navegue desde el suelo, niveles 1 - 5, y sótano con facilidad * Obtener la experiencia virtual de estar en una sala o sección * Buscar en 860 objetos por su nombre, habitación o categoría.

4,99 euros Off line guide Apple destaca mTrip en el top de las mejores aplicaciones para iPhone en iTunes Rewind del 2010.

London Pocket Guide Woohoo Studios 0,83 euros Off line guide Apple destaca mTrip en el top de las mejores aplicaciones para iPhone en iTunes Rewind del 2010.


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DECEMBER

El London Eye (Ojo de Londres), también conocido como Millennium Wheel (Noria del Milenio), terminado en 1999 y abierto al público en marzo de 2000, fue la mayor noria-mirador del mundo hasta la apertura de la Estrella de Nanchang en mayo de 2006, y la posterior Singapore Flyer en 2008. El London Eye alcanza una altura de 135 m sobre el extremo occidental de los Jubilee Gardens, en el South Bank del Támesis, distrito londinense de Lambeth, entre los puentes de Westminster y Hungerford. La noria está junto al County Hall y frente a las oficinas del Ministerio de Defensa. APP´S

GOOGLE- MAP OF SITUATION

The London Eye App (Official) Merlin Entertainments Group

03 December- Central London

DEFINITION OF PLACE


DEFINITION OF PLACE

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DECEMBER

Se la conoce como "la ciudad de las agujas de ensueño", expresión acuñada por Matthew Arnold para describir la armonía en la arquitectura de los edificios universitarios. Siempre ha sido un asunto de mucho interés la relación ocasionalmente tensa entre "el pueblo y la academia", que en 1355 derivó en una revuelta con varios estudiantes universitarios muertos. A diferencia de su gran rival, Cambridge, Oxford es una ciudad industrial, asociada principalmente con la industria automotriz en el suburbio de Cowley.

MAP OF OXFORD

Coat of arms of Oxford City Council Nickname(s): "the City of Dreaming Spires" Motto: "Fortis est veritas" "The truth is strong"

04 December-Oxford

Oxford es una ciudad universitaria británica ubicada en el condado de Oxfordshire, en Inglaterra, y es el hogar de la Universidad de Oxford, la universidad más antigua en el mundo anglófono. De acuerdo al censo de 2004, su población es de 145.100 habitantes, aproximadamente. Su ubicación geográfica es latitud 51°44'29''N y longitud 1°16'38''W (que corresponde a la ubicación de la Torre Carfax, a la que se considera el centro de la ciudad).


DECEMBER

Covent Garden is a district in London on the eastern fringes of the West End, between St. Martin's Lane and Drury Lane.[1] It is associated with the former fruit and vegetable market in the central square, now a popular shopping and tourist site, and the Royal Opera House, which is also known as "Covent Garden". The district is divided by the main thoroughfare of Long Acre, north of which is given over to independent shops centred on Neal's Yard and Seven Dials, while the south contains the central square with its street performers and most of the elegant buildings, theatres and entertainment facilities, including the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and the London Transport Museum.

05 December-South Bank, Tate

DEFINITION OF PLACE

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The London Eye is open for the public. The capsules are safe and big enough for 25 people. It takes one hour to go round on the Eye. The Eye is one of the tallest observation wheels in the world. The Eye moves slower than other similar wheels. The Eye wasn't designed to last for a very long time. The Eye is stopped only occasionally.

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2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct verb tense or verb form if necessary. (Sometimes passive voice or special verb forms are needed) Have you been (be) to London since the Millennium? If the answer is yes, then you must ( ) (see) the new landmark of the city, the huge observation wheel on the bank of the River Thames. With its height of 135 metres, the impressive structure ( ) (be) quite difficult to miss. Even if you ( ) (not visit) England's capital lately the sight of the giant wheel must ( ) (be) familiar from photos and postcards. The London Eye, or simply - the Eye, ( ) formally (open) on 31 December 1999 but it ( ) (open) to the public only three months later. Since then, it ( ) (become) a major landmark of the city and ( ) (visit) by millions of people. The Eye ( ) (have) 32 air-conditioned passenger capsules. On a clear day (you need to be lucky to have one of those in London:-) you can ( ) (see)for as far as 40 kilometres from the top of the wheel. The capsules ( ) (be) safe and although they ( ) (look) small from the ground they ( ) (be) spacious and heavy. Each capsule can ( ) (carry) 25 people and ( ) (weigh) 10 tonnes!

3. Match the nouns with their definitions. landmark observation rotation circumference waxworks

4. Make nouns from the following adjectives.

prominent building or geographic feature that identifies a place exhibition of wax figures in a museum the boundary line of a circle the act of turning around the act of watching something high – height heavy – deep – long – wide –

5. Use the words from the previous exercise to complete the sentences. The rope was 3 metres long. How ( ) is this river? That skyscraper is much higher than an average building, it is over 200 metres in ( They measured the ( ) of the water with their paddles. This road is too narrow, it isn't ( ) enough to serve that huge traffic. What is the total ( ) of the River Nile in kilometres? (6,650) This van has a ( ) of 2800 kilograms.

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03 December- Central London

1. Decide if the following sentences are true, false or unknown (not clearly stated in the text).

Exchange trip to London guide  

App´s and popcast to visit London during our next trip

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