miércoles, 15 de noviembre de 2017


BURGLARsomeone who gets into buildings illegally and steals things/ someone who enters a building illegally in order to steal things ladrón, -ona ADJ. professional | cat (= a burglar who climbs up the outside of buildings)
THIEF: someone who steals things ladrón, -ona e.g. a car thief/ The thief stole a valuable painting from the museumADJ. would-be The alarm is usually sufficient to deter a would-be thief. | common, petty | professional | casual, opportunist | car, jewel, etc.
ROBBER: 1. someone who stealsladrón, -ona E.G. a bank robber/ someone who takes money or property illegally, often by using threats or violence ADJ. armed, masked | bank, train | grave, tomb

MUGGERa person who attacks people in order to steal their moneysomeone who attacks people in public places and steals their moneyjewellery, or other possessions
atracador, -ora
PIRATE: 1. a person who attacks and robs ships at sea pirata                          e.g. Their ship was attacked by pirates/ (also adjective) a pirate ship.                               2. a person who does something without legal right, eg publishes someone else’swork as his own or broadcasts without a licence pirata e.g. a pirate radio-station.

VANDALS:a person who purposely and pointlessly damages or destroys public buildings or other property vándalo e.g. Vandals have damaged the telephone box.

VOCABULARY. -Student: Marta Nieto -Teacher: Consuelo -School year: 4ºA. - ppt video online download

VOCABULARY. -Student: Marta Nieto -Teacher: Consuelo -School year: 4ºA. - ppt video online download

domingo, 12 de noviembre de 2017

Apoyo bilingüe

(source: resources in islcollective.com)

> Second Conditional:
1. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bsc-owRIeLVBnqhZLzxxo4KuJQokXYUC/view?usp=sharing
2. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mnuMOFHF2nWhHw2jF30I99rFwdymloxi/view?usp=sharing
3. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-DRhFIEtx395rMY0EZCxe5XatDBc8Kw6/view?usp=sharing
4. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EE6jK7jn8VHySpGXC_BoEBegOmP9PSpf/view?usp=sharing
5. https://drive.google.com/file/d/18xyk6lR8J1L5gRkwWiMNPdh7BnSfDP7N/view?usp=sharing
6. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fZckG5fY6Oyk3P1g_D6G6Cx37E__eAk4/view?usp=sharing
7.. http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/new/files/2010/12/Grammar-EXTRA_NI_3_Unit_8_Second-conditional.pdf
8. http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/new/files/2010/12/Grammar-EXTRA_NI_3_Unit_8_Second-conditional.pdf

> Crimes:

Past Simple
1. http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/new/files/2010/12/NI1-Grammar-worksheet-9.pdf

Past Continuous:
1. http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/new/files/2010/12/NI2-Grammar-worksheet-2.pdf

Past Simple vs Past Continuous
1. http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/new/files/2010/12/Grammar-EXTRA_NI_3_Unit_1_Past-simple-and-past-continuous.pdf

Writing: A lucky Escape http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/new/files/2010/12/New-Inspiration-Level-2-Guided-Writing_Units5-6-A-story-about-a-lucky-escape.pdf
Teacher's notes: http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/new/files/2010/12/New-Inspiration-Level-2-Guided-Writing_Units5-6-TN.pdf

Advanced Real English 2: unit 4
1. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WFrl5ZK3tKksXaYFCC6qqXVceM24BBlr/view?usp=sharing
2. key: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u0npPWpMlgyZ7GMVZ03LOxTD7uaRxRjs/view?usp=sharing