Saturday, 8 April 2017

SELECTIVIDAD EXAMS (NEW MODEL 2017)

These are the new models you have to prepare for these final exams. Work hard to do your best!

VERB STRUCTURES

Some new information for the final exam: lists of verbs which can be followed by full infinitive, bare infinitive or present participle (-ING).

Sunday, 18 December 2016

LET'S FLIP THE CLASSROOM!

Do you know what a "Flipped Classroom" is? We've started to use this methodology with some grammar points which can appear in PAU exams.
You can find all lessons in:
 
          CONDITIONALS & WISH/IF ONLY (without voice, so far)

          TOO, ENOUGH, SO & SUCH

          USED TO, BE USED TO, GET USED & WOULD

          PASSIVE VOICE (1/4): SIMPLE PASSIVE SENTENCE

          PASSIVE VOICE (2/4): DOUBLE OBJECT PASSIVE SENTENCE

          PASSIVE VOICE (3/4): IMPERSONAL PASSIVE SENTENCE

          PASSIVE VOICE (4/4): THE CAUSATIVE

With these lessons you can learn grammar points in an easy way and watch the videos as you many times as you need. After that, we will practice activities in class and you can ask the teacher any questions you have.

Sunday, 10 April 2016

PREPARATION FOR THE 3rd HALF-TERM EXAM

You can already find some material to prepare the half-term exam of the 3rd term, as the activities and grammar sections seen in class or some useful vocabulary selection to review. Besides, there are lots of activities with the keys to practise.
It's only some help to check what we have done in class but it's not everything. I remind you that everything we do in class can appear in the exam.
Have fun.

Sunday, 13 September 2015

ARE YOU READY TO START AGAIN?

September is already here and we are preparing our classes to make you feel comfortable. It's important you share our enthusiasm to create a good environment so we can make the most of this year.
Good luck and welcome back!

Monday, 10 November 2014

What about updating this blog a little bit?

Some of you are already preparing the exams and you're visiting this blog more than usual (maybe for the first time?). I recommend to have a look at the dossier with a lot of previous exams of "Selectividad", as well as the rubric to correct the compositions and some writing examples. All those files can be found in the label called "Selectividad".

It's also interesting to visit the webpages under the label "A map for your future", where you can learn something about "Selectividad" and the degrees you can study.

If you have some ideas which could improve the usefulness of this blog, do not hesitate and let me know.