I am an English teacher from Cantabria. I love Ireland, a friendly country where I had a great time as a student. That's why the name for my blog was taken from one of the most popular fairies in Irish folklore.
This blog is ment to be a source of useful activities and interesting tools for my students. I hope you enjoy it!
The dotted balloon represents the diaphragm and the ballon inside the container the lung.
This demosntrates how our lungs work.
Air is taken in through the mouth and nose, passes down the windpipe and into our lungs.The diaphragm at the bottom of our chest moves down to create more space. As we breath out the diaphragm raises again.
Environment day is an annual event observed on the 5th June. On this day people all over the world can do something positive to help the planet.
As we share the idea that lots of little things can make a big difference, we supported the Sea Turtle letter writing campaign promoted by OMG(One More Generation) and Oceana.
At OMG they have scanned some of our letters. They wil be delivered to the White House on June 16th:
Here you have Severn Cullis-Suzuki, the Canadian girl who silenced the world for 5 minutes at Rio Summit 1992 when she was only 12. At the age of 9 she started the ECO(Environmental Children's Organization) with a group of friends commited to learning and teaching others about environmental issues.
How to change the world in 5 minutes a day every day at school.
Watch the video and find more activities on this topic at British council site:
Last Thursday and Friday Coldplay gave a concert in Barcelona. They are an English band from London, consisting of Chris Martin, the guitarrist Jonny Buckland, the bassist Guy Berryman and the drummer Will Champions.
They sang one of my favourite songs, "A sky full of stars"