Francisco Javier García López

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Remember by Christina Rosetti

Dear friends, I would like to share with you one of the most beautiful poems of the English Language for you to enjoy. There is nothing like love and literature! Enjoy both of them! Estimados amigos: Me gustaría compartir con vosotros uno de los poemas más bellos en lengua inglesa para que lo disfrutéis. Hay …

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Sustainable Development Goals. Technology

Dear friends, As I have stated this morning, the teachers of the Bilingual Staff are working this school year on the Sustainable Development Goals. I would like to share with you some of the productions of the Subject of Technology for you to have a better understanding of how well we work here at IES …

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Sustainable Development Goals. Philosophy

Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible. Filosofía. Dear friends, As you may know, this year the bilingual teachers of IES Huelin are working on the Sustainable Development Goals with their students. We would like to share some of the productions of the Philosophy Subject  for you to understand how important the Sustainable Development Goals are. Let’s start …

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Easter Eggs. Huevos de Pascua.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_egg Easter eggs, also called Paschal eggs,[1] and Egg of Easter are eggs that are sometimes decorated. They are usually used as gifts on the occasion of Easter. As such, Easter eggs are common during the season of Eastertide (Easter season). The oldest tradition is to use dyed and painted chicken eggs, but a modern …

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World Book Day. “The Lesson”.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Book_Day World Book Day, also known as World Book and Copyright Day, or International Day of the Book, is an annual event organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to promote reading, publishing, and copyright. The first World Book Day was celebrated on 23 April in 1995, and continues to be …

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Second of April. World Autism Awareness Day.

Dear friends, The second of April was the World Autism Awareness Day. I have found a very interesting news article on the subject, which I will translate for you. Estimados amigos: El 2 de abril fue el Día internacional para la toma de conciencia sobre el autismo. He encontrado un artículo muy interesante sobre este …

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April Fools’ Day

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/April_Fools%27_Day Dear friends, Back to the routine. I would like to show you a typical British custom called April Fool’s Day. Have a nice month of April and do not be gullible! Estimados amigos: De vuelta a la rutina. Me gustaría mostraros una costumbre típica británica llamada “El Tonto de Abril”(equivalente al Día de los …

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Blue Monday and Happy Tuesday

El lunes de depresión y el martes de alegría.

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New international day against violence and bullying at school including cyberbullying

https://en.unesco.org/news/new-international-day-against-violence-and-bullying-school-including-cyberbullying Nuevo día internacional contra la violencia y el acoso escolar, incluyendo el acoso escolar por internet. UNESCO Member States have declared the first Thursday of November of every year, the International Day against Violence and Bullying at School Including Cyberbullying, recognising that school-related violence in all its forms is an infringement of children and …

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SDG 12: Responsible consumption and production. ODS 12: Consumo y producción responsables.

Dear friends, In our Secondary School we are working on the Sustainable Development Goals. Here is some advice from the United Nations for the students of all ages. Some advice may not be followed due to the COVID 19 pandemic but let us keep them in mind! Queridos amigos: En nuestro instituto estamos trabajando sobre …

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