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martes, 14 de noviembre de 2017


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This course our school is involved in a beautiful project about an amazing land, our land: Asturias, "A Natural Paradise. A Sustainable Paradise", from Schools for Recycling (COGERSA) 

And here it is our small contribution to value our region, to know it better, to love it a little bit more...

And... to taste its flavours, of course! Follow all its routes...

Let's look after it! It's a Natural Paradise and it belongs to each one of us.

Official Anthem of the Autonomous Community of Asturias
(Special gratitude for its videos to Where is Asturias web site)

lunes, 30 de noviembre de 2015


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 Image source: www.deviantart.com by Keitaro

The word Himalaya means “home of snow”.
The Himalayas are located in southern Asia among India, Nepal, Pakistan, Tibet and Bhutan and they are the highest in the world; fourteen of them are over 8,000 metres high, for example Annapurna, Nanga Parbat, the K2 or Mount Everest (the highest). 
 Image source: www.letoukan.fr

They are between 100 and 250 kilometres wide and they extend over 1,500 miles (2,400 km). Glaciers and permanent snow cover the higher regions of the Himalayas.
The mountain range forms a barrier for monsoon winds that blow from the Indian Ocean over India, in fact, on the front side it rains a lot while dry air blows across the Tibet. Trees grow up to a height of 4,000 metres. 
Many Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims go there and pray to God because they think the summits are sacred. 

Buddhist prayer flags
Image source: www.groupthink.kinja.com

martes, 25 de febrero de 2014


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This course our school remembers a famous classic adventure novel by the French writer Jules Verne: "Around the world in eighty days".

Read it! Travel! Dream! ... Enjoy yourself!!


Phileas Fogg starts a travel (on Tuesday, October 2, 1872) around the world with his French assistant Passepartout and they try to circumnavigate the world in 80 days, from London to London, using all kind of means of transport (at that time).

They meet a Princess in India (Aouda) and Fogg marries her at the end of the story.

Detective Fix follows them during all the trip because he thinks they robbed a lot of money from the Bank of England.

They finish the adventure on Saturday, December 21, 1872, just for Christmas celebrations.



A mysterious and rich British gentleman of forty, who travels around the world in eighty days with his French assistant Passepartout and is followed by Detective Fix.


Jean Passpartout is the French Fogg’s servant. He is about thirty and single, with multiple past occupations, such as acrobat, gymnast or fireman.


Mr. Fix is a detective from Scotland Yard who believes Fogg is the robber of the Bank of England and follows him around the world.


Aouda is the Parsee princess who was rescued by Fogg and Passepartout. Fogg marries her when they return to England.





jueves, 09 de enero de 2014


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Prospect Point at Niagara Falls State Park. Photo by James Neiss/Niagara Gazette (Pub: www.dailyrepublic.com)

Starting 2014 (on Monday, January 6) a big snowstorm, affected the United States (nearly two-thirds of the country) and it was followed by a polar vortex that is a cyclone of artic air.

Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls. Source: www.mirror.co.uk

Many cities were below -32ºF (about -35ºC), and frostbite and hypothermia can occur at -15°F (-26ºC).

Lake Michigan - Chicago. Source: www.mirror.co.uk



miércoles, 20 de noviembre de 2013


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Last 8th  November there was a giant storm in the Philippines, a country (an island nation) in South East Asia.

Weather experts say it was one of the most powerful storms in history. Winds blew at speeds of 300 km an hour.

Buildings were destroyed;  streets were underwater and millions of people ran away from their homes. Now, they are hungry and homeless.
More than ten thousand people died.
The United Nations (UN), Red Cross, charities and another NGOs are helping them.
They are waiting for our help…


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