Tuesday, December 10, 2013
EOI Santa Brígida wants to help the Human Rights’ Committee of IES de Santa Brígida in their campaign for the collection of food to help families in need in our area. Would you like to help, too? Please bring non-perishable food like:
You can leave it in the EOI library on or before Tuesday 17th December.
Let’s take a united stand against poverty.
The Consejería de Educación has cancelled all classes in Gran Canaria tomorrow, Wednesday 11th December because of the extreme weather conditions. However, I would like you to take advantage of the situation and do the following compositions:
NI2A: See Unit 6 of your coursebook and do P 76 "Writing: a description of a place for visitors." Word length = 110 - 130 words. Follow the instructions.
NA1: See Unit 3 of your Student's Book and do Page 49 "Writing: an opinion essay." Write between 120 - 180 words. Again, follow the instructions.
Please do your work carefully and with pride. Give it to me on Monday.
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Once upon a time, in a distant land, there lived a woman. It was a sunny afternoon and the woman had been shopping all morning. At some point she had remembered it, and then decided not to think about it, not to talk about it anymore. In the future, people might understand it but now it could be a risky.
She needed to forget it. However, it came back to her mind again and again. She went out and walked for hours trying to forget it. “I was not guilty of it; it was not my fault,” she thought. “Why did I do it?” she asked herself.
Many years afterwards, she is still under the effects of it, but now she has become accustomed to having it in her mind.
Nobody knows her secret about it. However, she does not know how long she will be able to keep it.
Monday, November 25, 2013
As part of the syllabus for the Advanced level, students are required to have experience in note-taking while attending a conference on a specific theme. For this reason, and as an extension of our Beatles’ evening, the EOI Santa Brígida has invited Dr Daniel Fyfe of the ULPGC to give a talk about the music of the 1960s and its relationship with society at that time. It will take place in the library on the ground floor of the School at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 27th November. Attendance is compulsory for NA, but everyone is more than welcome. It promises to be most entertaining and informative!