Sunday, 23 April 2017

Saint George's Day

George and the Dragon

Who was Saint George and where did the legend of the dragon come from?

Although Saint George is England’s patron saint, George would likely have been a soldier somewhere in the eastern Roman Empire, probably in what is now Turkey – If he ever existed.
He is also the patron saint of: Ethiopia, Georgia and Portugal, and cities such as Freiburg, Moscow and Beirut.
According to legend, George was martyred for his faith under Emperor Diocletian in the early fourth century, and there is a major shrine dedicated to him in Lod, Israel.
The earliest legend that features Saint George slaying a dragon dates to the 11th century.
The tale may have started simply as a way to symbolise the triumph of good over evil.

Sunday, 2 October 2016

October is here! 

This week we continue talking about family, we'll be having a look at the TV show "Long Lost Family".

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Our second week

As we're talking about NAMES in Unit 1. Here you have something else to read.
More about names



Tuesday, 20 September 2016

WELCOME TO YOUR ENGLISH CLASS BLOG, 
STUDENTS OF 1ST BACHILLERATO IES PUENTE AJUDA 2016/2017


 A Teacher's Rap


HERE IS A CHALLENGE FOR YOU: GET THE LYRICS OF THIS FAB RAP.

Tuesday, 10 November 2015


Impossible is nothing, but it is really IMPOSSIBLE  not to feel moved by this song. This is our musical choice for this week.


Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Share your secrets with us. We've known about this project, it's very interesting, have a look.
http://postsecret.com/
https://www.facebook.com/postsecret/