What happens in your school this month?

11th March Lecture about the UOC (Univeritat oberta de Catalunya) University to the students of the 2nd course of Baccalaureate.
11-21th March Open inscription to study the First course of ESO in this secondary school.
13th March One day trip to El Saló d’ensenyament (an exhibition of degrees vocational studies) of 1st and 2nd of Baccalaureate.
14th March In Tortosa celebrate a English Festival.
18th March The students of 2nd ESO vaccine for battle the tetanus.
20th March We did the Proves Cangur (math’s exams) and went to Central Nuclear of Vandellós.
26th March We do a studio about FiQ and we do a conference at URB.
24-28th March Proves complesió ESO, an exams that the school do.  
14th March 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th of ESO finished the trimester.
28th March Gave the notes to 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th of ESO.
12th March 1st and 2nd of baccalaureate finished the trimester.
21th March Gave the notes to 1st and 2nd of baccalaureate.

Stefania Lungu, Miriam Montero, Aleix Fabra i Xavier Curto


1)  Do you find this school Secundary different from your primary school?

Yes, is very difficult.

2)  Have you got some new friends from other villages? Speak and helped.

3)  Do you miss your primary school?


4)  Do you like your new teachers?


5)  Do they send lots of homework?


6)  Are your exams very difficult?


7)  Which are you hobbies?

Speak whit friends and play a computer games.

Tongue twisters and idioms


®   Boil to the surface: If a problem or issue boils to the surface, it emerges at a particular time and needs to be discussed or resolved.

®   Tall enough to hunt geese with a rake: A person who’s much taller than a person of average height.

®   As much use as a chocolate teapot: Something that is as much use as a chocolate teapot is not useful at all.

®   As much use as a handbrake on a canoe: This idiom is used to describe someone or something as worthless or pointless.

®   Get off the ground: If a project or plan gets off the ground, it starts to be put into operation.




  • Ø To kiss a miss is awfully simple

But to miss a kiss is simply awful


  • Ø Two tiny tigers take two taxis to town.


  • Ø Denise sees the fleece,
    Denise sees the fleas.

At least Denise could sneeze
and feed and freeze the fleas.


  • Ø What a terrible tongue twister,
    what a terrible tongue twister,
    what a terrible tongue twister…
  • Ø How many cookies could a good cook cook If a good cook could cook cookies? A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies.


  • Ø How much ground would a groundhog hog, if a groundhog could hog ground? A groundhog would hog all the ground he could hog, if a groundhog could hog ground.



  • Ø How many sheets could a sheet slitter slit if a sheet slitter could slit sheets?


  • Ø How much oil boil can a gum boil boil if a gum boil can boil oil?




We think branded clothes are better than other clothes, because they are more comfortable, they have a better quality, they are more beautiful, and they last more.

On the other hand, these clothes are more expensive than the rest, and there are people who cannot afford them.  Moreover some brands use children to make these clothes.

Non-brand clothes usually don’t last more, because they don’t have a good quality. They are less expensive and more people can buy them.













It was very ugly with big ears and it was wearing a t-shirt and big trousers.
I started to run while the monster chased me. When I fell into river,the stream

pushed me till I arrived to a mysterious village.

There I started to look for a telephone to phone my friends.

In a big park there were some children playing.

When I found a telephone, my friends didn’t answer their telephone and a

man said to me “You are the missing man”…


During many years, Lent has lost it’s importance until today. In the past fasting and abstinence practices were much more extreme and widespread than today.
For example, when we were younger, when the time of the Lent arrived we had a paper old woman with seven legs hanging on the wall , symbolizing the seven weeks. Each week we took one of her legs till easter arrived. When we arrived at the highschool we didn’t do this and now we don’t remember nearly what it was. We believe that Lent is less important today

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What are we learning this month?

Catalan: We are analyzing sentences (syntax).

Maths: We are doing 2nd degree equations.

Technology: We are learning new concepts about electricity and we are building up an electrical car.

Geography:  We are studying Catalonia and Spain maps.

Science: We are learning the physical laws of atoms.

Spanish: We are reading and studying Spanish medieval literature.

Art: We are doing the Golden Ratio.

English: We are learning the present perfect and quality adjectives.

PE: We are building up an acrosport choreography.

Citizenship:  We are studying the human’s rights.

Reading comprehension: We are watching films and reading texts about the life and death.

Music: We are learning the Baroque culture and we are playing the flute.





The Easter Bunny

The Easter Bunny is a fantasy character represented as a rabbit bringing Easter eggs. Originating by German Lutherans, the Easter Hare originally played the role of a judge, evaluating whether children were good or bad at the start of the season of Eastertide.The Easter Bunny sometimes wears clothes. In legend, the creature carries colored eggs in his basket, candy and sometimes also toys to the homes of children, and as such shows similarities to Santa Claus, as they both bring gifts to children on the night before their respective holiday.

The idea of an egg-laying rabbit was taken to America in the 1700’s German immigrants. They told their children to make ‘nests’ with their caps and bonnets, and if they were good the Easter bunny would leave them coloured eggs.

The precise origin of the ancient custom of decorating eggs is not known, although evidently the blooming of many flowers in spring coincides with the use of the fertility symbol of eggs—and eggs boiled with some flowers change their color, bringing the spring into the homes.



William Shakespeare’s Short Biography

William Shakespeare (1564-1616) was born in Stratford on Avon, in England. His father, John Shakespeare, was a businessman and a politician and was pursuited because he was christian and not protestant. The young William studied in the local school but he had to leave it because they didn’t have enough money to pay it.

William got married in 28th November of 1582 with Anne Hathaway. Around 1590, Shakespeare went to London and started to compose several poems and dramas, like Venus and Adonis. But it wasn’t until 1600 when he composed the most remarkable compositions of his carreer, including the famous drama “Hamlet” and “Macbeth”. In 1609, he wrote the 154 famous “Sonnets”, which were short poems about love. In total, he wrote 37 theater operas

Shakespeare invented many words, like  “Amazement”, “Assassination”, “Bloody”, “Road” or “Generous”.

He died in his hometown in 1616 and was buried in the Church of the Holy Trinity. He has been the most important writer in the English history and Macbeth, one of his works, is represented in a theater of the world around every four hours.