jueves, 15 de diciembre de 2016

3º British: The EU and the refugee crisis


The last mandatory activity before holidays is about the so-called Syrian refugee crisis and it is a doble task:

1. Read the following document from the European Commission official website and then write an abstract about it (20 lines).
2. Write your opinion about the topic, giving always reasons for supporting your point of view (15-20 lines).

Send the document as attached file to blogeducativo08@gmail.com before Thursday 22, December. 



miércoles, 14 de diciembre de 2016

IGCSE 2017: Updated News


UPDATED FOR 2017

Here you have the basic information about this year's exams (I've also included an example of each one from May/June 2015). Have a look to the examples before taking your decission.

3º British: Geography

·                     Geo. Paper 1 (Code 0460/12): Tuesday 2 May (Questions and photos). 
·                     Geo. Paper 2 (Code 0460/22): Monday 8 May (Questions and photos). 
·                     Geo. Paper 4 (Code 0460/42): Tuesday 6 June (Questions and photos)

In the meantime, you should read the rules for the Geography's exams and have a look to all the examples explained at class that you can use on the real Igcse...


4º British: History

·                     Hist. Paper 1 (Code 0470/12): Friday 5 May (Exam). 
·                     Hist. Paper 2 (Code 0470/22): Friday 12 May (Exam). 
·                     Hist. Paper 4 (Code 0470/42): Monday 5 June (Exam). 

As in the previous case, you should read the rules for the History's exams.


GOOD LUCK! 


miércoles, 7 de diciembre de 2016

4º British: History of USA


We have just started the topic about North America. Maybe you would like to start by taking a look back at some Native American history from the twentieth century with these clips from British Pathé (9:03 minutes).


How did the process of independence start? It was not easy... You can study this infographic or read the full text of the Declaraction of the Independence of the 13 colonies (July 4, 1776). Soon after that, they had to face an internal deep problem: a Civil War and the confrontation because civil rights and social issues. 

Here you have the presentation of "Political evolution of Black America". And also here you have a look at the Civil Rights Movement in America, with clips including Martin Luther King and James Meredith, from British Pathé (13:51 minutes).

There is not exam of this unit, but it will be a good idea read the famous speech "I have a dream" of Martin Luther King (1963). You can also watch the speech on youtube if you prefer (about 15 minutes).