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Hi everyone ! I am an enthusiastic English Language teacher who believes in the power of education. For me the objective of teaching is to make my students autonomous and free to make their own choices. I have got a long experience working as a primary and secondary education teacher. I have worked with very young children but at present I am teaching ESL and Social Studies in a high school in Barcelona. I have also experience with ESL adult teaching and Teachers Training.

Hi everyone ! I am an enthusiastic English Language teacher who believes in the power of education. For me the objective of teaching is to make my students autonomous and free to make their own choices. I have got a long experience working as a primary and secondary education teacher. I have worked with very young children but at present I am teaching ESL and Social Studies in a high school in Barcelona. I have also experience with ESL adult teaching and Teachers Training.
Aladdin Role Play / Drama
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Aladdin Role Play / Drama

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This theater resource includes the printable script for the story of Aladdin. Role play becomes an engaging and appealing activity for your students to understand this classic tale from The Book of the One Thousand and One Nights (“The Arabian Nights”). You will also develop their reading fluency and vocabulary acquisition. The script is written at a second / third grade level. I usually act role plays in small groups, so that students gain helpful group work skills and public speaking skills. This activity includes 9 scenes and there are 8 characters: Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Narrator 3, Aladdin, Magician, Genie, Aladdin’s mother, and the Princess. This is a modifiable Powerpoint document resource that can be altered according to your classroom’s needs.
Wonders of the World
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Wonders of the World

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Let's travel around the globe and discover the wonders of the world ! This resource contains 21 pages full of basic, clear information with attractive illustrations. There are three writing activities plus three more activities at the end of the printable (answer keys are provided). It will work great with STEAM projects. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: The World's Ancient Wonders Part 2: The New 7 Wonders of the World Petra (Jordan) The Taj Mahal (India) The Great Wall of China The Colosseum (Rome) Machu Pichu (Peru) Chichén Itzá (México) Christ the Redeemer (Rio de Janeiro) Part 3: The New 7 Wonders of Nature Part 4: Activities Part 5: Glossary Part 6: Answer key
Watch and learn: Mesopotamia, cradle of civilization
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Watch and learn: Mesopotamia, cradle of civilization

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This is a video resource introducing Mesopotamia. The video can be found at the following Mesopotamia video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GxWKOlDLYo&index=4&list=PLYcFxmNUVizSNOI9lQAzmhUOeYQVr-qos It is an appealing 8-page activity to introduce different aspects of Mesopotamia (writing, domestication, geography, social organization, etc) which includes the following parts: 1- Brief introduction 2- Map of Mesopotamia 3- Video listening comprehension questions 4- Interesting facts about Mesopotamia 5- Creative writing activity Answer key is provided
Forrest Gump into History
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Forrest Gump into History

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The movie "Forrest Gump” travels through the decades of the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s with a very special protagonist, Forrest Gump. This printable is going to pay special attention on some real historical events. I have created and revised these activities is to make my students acquaint with the historical events of these three decades and to develop their critical thinking. Table of contents: 1. Warming-up activity 2. Mapping Forrest 3. Quoting Forrest 4. Main characters 5, Language 6. The origins of the name “Forrest” 7. Elvis Presley and John Lennon 8. Moon landing 9. Four USA Presidents 10. Higher order thinking activity 11. The Watergate 12. A Timeline 13. Speaking activity TOTAL PAGES: 18 ANSWERS INCLUDED
Top 50 Most Famous Paintings
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Top 50 Most Famous Paintings

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This is a fill-in-the-gap activity I have designed to learn the top 50 most famous paintings in the world after watching the video in the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwzGbxGpTZc
Write a story in 3 steps
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Write a story in 3 steps

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Learn how to write a good story in three easy steps, with clear and concise hints to boost your writing skills in English, either for native and non-native speakers.
Passive Sentences Activity
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Passive Sentences Activity

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Here it is a resource I have designed for my students to practive passive sentences, with three different activities: 1- In activity 1 students have to read some sentences, underline the verb or verbs in each sentence and then indicate whether the verb is active or passive and also which verb tense is being used. 2- In activity 2 students have to change the active sentences to passive. 3- In activity 3 students have to transform the following active sentences into the passive voice Hope you find it useful !! (Answer key is provided)
English Proverbs Game - Cut, Search and Glue
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English Proverbs Game - Cut, Search and Glue

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This is an activity that my students love to learn proverbs in context: First they have to match the proverb, with the right definition and the photograph. Secondly, all the class shares their answers and we make sure everybody has understood the meaning of the proverb. Thirdly, the teacher shows the students the flashcard and students remember the proverb it refered to. Finally, a speaking activity is generated in small groups with questions related to proverbs and everyday life. This pack includes the following elements: 1- Proverbs 2-Definitions 3-Photographs 4-Speaking activity 5- Flashcards with bigger images 6- Answer keys There are 11 pages with answer key included. PS Sometimes I prefer to cut it out myself, laminate it and put everything in an envelope so that they just search for the right option… every teacher works in a different way !!
Banksy, love him or hate him !
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Banksy, love him or hate him !

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Banksy is one of the most famous graffity painters in the world, but his identity is a mystery. In this printable you can find an introduction to him, and three activities: a high order thinking activity, a matching activity and a true/false activity. This seven-page pack of activities is addressed to students interested in learning about this artist and the society he portrays.
My village around history
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My village around history

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“My village around history” goal is to analyze how people’s ways of life have changed throughout history by directing observing the places where they settled and the material remains found at these sites. This resource include 8 posters / slides on 8 different periods in Prehistory and Ancient History and clear instructions on how to develop a research project called “The footprints of our past. Where did we live?” The posters cover the following periods: 1.My Paleolithic Camp 2.My Neolithic Village 3.My Bronze Age Settlement 4.My Sumerian Village 5.My Farming Village in Ancient Egypt 6.My Greek polis 7.My Celtic Village 8.My Villa Rustica in Ancient Rome The research project: «The footprints of our lives. Where did we live?» includes a presentation of the project, its clear aim, the evaluation criteria, the recommended timescale and suggestions about the organization and research of the project. This research project is optional, you can use the posters independently to develop your didactic units on Prehistory, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, the Celtic culture or Ancient Rome and display people’s ways of life and housing.
Aesop's Fable Role Play / Drama
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Aesop's Fable Role Play / Drama

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This fables theater resource includes the printable scripts for three of Aesop’s fables. Role play becomes an engaging and appealing activity for your students to understand Aesop’s fables. You will also develop their reading fluency and vocabulary acquisition. All scripts are written at a first / second grade level. I usually act role plays in small groups, so that students gain helpful group work skills and public speaking skills, This resource includes from two to three scenes theater scripts for the following fables: The Hare and The Tortoise : It includes 2 scenes. There are at least 12 characters: Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Hare, Tortoise, Rabbit, Hedgehog, Badger, Beavers, Mice, Foxes, Snails, Insects (notice that you can modify the number of students to play the last five characters, according to your classroom’s needs) The Town Mouse and The Country Mouse: It includes 3 scenes and there are four characters, Narrator 1, Narrator 2, The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. The Lion and The Mouse: It includes 2 scenes and there are four characters, Narrator 1, Narrator 2, The Mouse and the Lion. This is a modifiable Powerpoint document resource that can be altered according to your classroom’s needs.
Land Relief in Europe
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Land Relief in Europe

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This worksheet is a very simple, straightforward introduction to the physical geography of Europe. It includes a map, a brief explanation on the main land ( islands, plains, massifs, alpine coast ranges and coast ), and an activity sheet.
Watch and Learn: Continents of the world
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Watch and Learn: Continents of the world

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This worksheet on the continents of the world aims at introducing or revising the seven continents and its main physical characteristics after watching the four-minute video that you would find in the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urr53arh--E I have created this activity for my middle school students and you will find a very brief introduction to continents, 32 questions to be answered while watching the video (I need to play it twice !) and answer keys for the teacher. It is included in my Watch and Learn Series, which use short videos or documentaries to introduce students different topics connected to the social sciences. Hope you enjoy and find it useful !!
Little Red Riding Hood Role Play / Drama
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Little Red Riding Hood Role Play / Drama

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This theater resource includes the printable script for the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Role play becomes an engaging and appealing activity for your students to understand this classic tale. You will also develop their reading fluency and vocabulary acquisition. The script is written at a second / third grade level. I usually act role plays in small groups, so that students gain helpful group work skills and public speaking skills. This activity includes 5 scenes and there are 7 characters: Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Little Red Riding Hood, Mum, Wolf, Grandma and Woodcutter. This is a modifiable Powerpoint document resource that can be altered according to your classroom’s needs.
Goya, Picasso and Dali
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Goya, Picasso and Dali

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Learn some basic information about these three outstanding Spanish painters, answer some reading/listening comprehension questions, and carry out a project on a high-order thinking activity (museum guide). This is a printable I have tried many times in the classroom and it students love it!
The continent of Africa (mini-lesson)
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The continent of Africa (mini-lesson)

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This is a mini-lesson about basic facts about the continent of Africa. The first reading activity deals with the basic facts about this beautiful continent, the second one includes five reading comprehension questions and the final third activity tells the students to make a list of famous places on their continent and, optionally, create a poster about it. This mini-lesson also includes accessible, clear information about Leptis Magna, the Sahara Desert and the River Nile.
Girl With a Pearl Earring: The Mystery
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Girl With a Pearl Earring: The Mystery

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"Girl With a Pearl Earring" is a movie based on Tracy Chevalier's book which tries to decipher the mystery behind this beautiful Vermeer's painting, and to portray the life and the time of the painter. You can use this material both after watching the movie, or after reading the book (nine activities in a 17-page bundle) I have created these activities to make my students acquainted with the painting, to arouse their interest in art and to develop their critical thinking skills. Table of contents: 1. Activity 1: Reading “Who was Vermeer?” 2. Activity 2: Reading Comprehension - True or False 3. Activity 3: Webquest on Jan Vermeer 4. Activity 4: Word search on Jan Vermeer 5. Activity 5: Matching Columns 6. Activity 6: Reading “What else do you know?” 7. Activity 7: Creative Writing 8. Activity 8: Coloring Vermeer’s Palette 9. Activity 9: Coloring The Girl Hope you enjoy it and find it useful !!
Art Masterpieces to colour
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Art Masterpieces to colour

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Spark your students’ imagination with this set of 35 coloring pages, also perfect to engage them in appreciating some of the most worldwide known art masterpieces. Students can color the full page by looking at the real masterpiece or they can color just half the page in a more creative way, using their imagination with the colors and style they prefer. There are also four printables where students color four paintings by number. Completed pages can be used to decorate the classroom or students can take and place in their binders, agendas or lockers. Included in this project: PART 1: COLOR THE MASTERPIECE (blank and half blank) American Gothic by Grant Wood Guernica by Pablo Picasso Girl With a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer The Flower Carrier by Diego Rivera The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali The Son of Man by René Magritte Whistler’s Mother by James McNeill Whistler The Kiss by Gustav Klimt Campbell’s Soup Can by Andy Warhol 10.The Dance by Henry Matisse PART 2: COLOR BY NUMBER American Gothic by Grant Wood The Scream by Edvard Munch Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci The Great Wave by Hokusai Thank you for your support and for visiting my store!!