Trips in Irta

November 8th for the 1st baxilleration scientist went to visit located in the southern regions of Catalonia, the Centre for Aquaculture IRTA carries out its activities in scientific research and technology transfer in terms of Delta aquatic animals Ebro.

Trips in L’arxiu

The 29th November the 1st Humanistic went to high school in Tortosa file. The Regional Historical Archives of the Terres de l’Ebre (AHCTE) was created by an agreement signed on 20 July 1983 between the Ministry of Culture of the Generalitat of Catalonia and the city of Tortosa. The Archive is part of the Red County Historical Archives of the Government of Catalonia and is managed by the Regional Council of Lower Ebro powers as delegated by the Government in 1991.



Trips in Barcelona

11th of December 1st of ESO in a Barcelona (Imax) and a musical “Smiles and tears”.









BIOGRAPHY: Joaquim Crisol

We made an interview of our technology teacher: Joaquim Crisol.
Now he’s living in Tortosa. He was born in Tortosa in the 70’s. He enjoys walking his dog and practising tai-chi in his free time. He also likes watching movies in English. He worked in other high schools, for example, IES Les Planes for 3 years in Santa Barbara. He likes travelling a lot. He prefers travelling to exotic countries and has travelled around Asia because he likes that culture. He worked in other jobs; he worked as an engineer in a factory in l’Aldea. He likes technology because he likes designing and creating electronic systems. He thinks that technology has improved our quality of life a lot. He has got a tittle too, he is an electronic engineer and he has got business studies.

Anna Alegre, Maria Montesó, Lluïsa Estorach i Júlia Mateos

Christmas race







Christmas race an Interesting event



-This event is celebrated at the end of the first term and we celebrate the beginning of Christmas. There is an average of two hundred people. To participe in this race each person will register at reception. They give you mandarins, water and      a yellow t-shirt.


In this race you will run with a dirt track. When you will arrive to the village you will run to       “Bar Stop” and you will return to the school.

cursa nadal

Christmas Crosswords


  1. An object that you don’t expect from your parents
  2. A sock hanging on a tree
  3. A cylindrical piece which is burned to produced light
  4. A figure resembling a man, made of packed snow
  5. Ice crystals that fall as snow
  6. A sweet desert made in many forms and of various ingredients, flour, milk and eggs, with fruit, etc.
  7. An evergreen decorated tree or an imitation.
  8. A brown cake, with ginger
  9. An instrument, usually metal, that emits a musical ringing sound when struck.

Carmen, Mirabela and Etna


1- How old are you?
Very old.
2.-Are you married?
Not yet.
3.- Did you always work as a Catalan teacher?
No, I’ve worked with new newcoming students.
4.- In which university did you study?
At University of Valencia.
5.- Have you got another degree?
Yes. Teacher of primary school.
5.- What did you want to be when you were younger?
A normal person.
6.- Were do you live?
In Sant Carlos de la Ràpita.
7.- What do you like doing on holidays?
I like to rest.
8.- What do you thing about our class?
I think I have very good students.
9.- What’s your favorite book?
I don’t have one favorite book.
10.- What are your hobbies?
No longer.
11.- Do you play any instruments?
I try to play the guitar.
12.- How many books have you read in your life?
Too many.

Videogames: Are they good or bad?

Videogames have been always an interesting topic,since the first videogames were made, arround 50 or 60 years ago.  They are controversical because they have positive aspects and negative aspects, which can be really dangerous and can inspire people to do crazy things.

The first videogames were made up in 1948. The first videogames were recreative machines. Their graphics were really bad, comparing them to the current ones and there weren’t many pixels in the screens. Most mythical videogames were made up in the 70’s, games like “Pong” and “Pacman”.  Those games were so addicting but they weren’t bad at all because people couldn’t play them at home and they only could do so in special places.

Later, the consoles evolved as well the technology did. Games were much complex and they had better graphics. Then, more advanced consoles were made: the NES (Nintendo Entretainment System) and the SEGA Master. There were some important brands like SONY or Microsoft. They ruled and still rule the sector of the video games. After 20 years they started to sell portable consoles, like the PSP or the Nintendo DS.

Now, an important brand has invented new visors of virtual reality. The project is called Oculux and it allows you to live the game more realistically.

Despite all the benefits of the videogames there are some disadvantages that the games have which can be dangerous. However, it depends of the game (some games are more agressive than others and there are other games, like strategy games or puzzle games which are often very positive because they active the mind and make you think) and the time of playing.

The main disadvantages are the following:

-A bad control of playing time can create social issues and it can break relationships with friends and family.

-They can create attention problems at school (especially the action/shooting games)

-Video games can produce eye tiredness.

They have advantages and disadvantages but there are many more of the first ones when the games are played correctly and without abuse. So we want to give you some advice about how to play games and manage your playing time smartly:

1. If you can, try to play less violent games. You can try videogames like the Professor Layton saga, which it’s really amene and it will make you think for hours in order to solve all the puzzles.

2. Think about the playing time you have. It should be less than 2 or 3 daily hours. You always can make a planning  about your journey to organize your time. We recommend to do any homework you have before playing games because if you play them before it can make you to be less focused on the work and you’ll need more time to do it.





Biography. Laura Barrau.

Laura was born in Lleida, the place where she grew up. She studied there primary and secondary studies. When she was a child she and her sister were like friends because they were almost the same age. She was also a good student.

She started studying her degree in Lleida but she finished it in Barcelona’s University.

She had three jobs until she started working as a teacher, twelve years ago. Since then, she has taught in seven schools. She has been teaching in IES Camarles for five years.

What is the real meaning of Christmas?

Currently Christmas has lost its real meaning. People only think about the presents and not about the real reason we celebrate Christmas: the birth of Jesus. The non believers don’t have a real reason to celebrate Christmas because they do not believe in God or his son, and that is what Christmas is about.

When most people think about Christmas, the first things they think about are presents, they don’t stop and think about what Christmas is really about. Most people’s second thought are holidays, for them Christmas is a break from work.

Other things that people think about before realising the real meaning of Christmas are all the decorations (the lights, the christmas tree…), Christmas lunch, most of it is a waste of money.

But, there are some people that do think about the real meaning of Christmas, even tho the number of people that do is the minority it is a very important celebration for them. They all meet at Mass and celebrate the birth of Jesus. They also make Nativities for this celebration.

People should take the time to think about why they are celebrating Christmas and enjoy it.


Interview to Gerard Mora Villalba

Where are you from?
I’m from Camarles.
How old are you?
I’m fifteen years old.
Do you have any brothers or sisters?
Yes, I have a sister, Maria del Mar.
What course are you in?
I’m in 3rC of eso
Do you play football?
Yes, play for CF.Camarles
How many goals have you scored?
5 this season
Do you train any team?
Yes, “the patufets” of CF.Camarles
Have you recived any offers from other teams?
Yes, CD. Tortosa.
Who are your best partnerts?
Hector Montesó i Marc Sansaloní.
What would you like to be when you are older?
I want to be a fireman.
Who is your best friend?
My best friend is Cristian Tomàs.