The Twins Adventure – Cocobook

The online version of the amazing story you co-wrote with all Junior School is ready! Browse the book and enjoy it!

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Lending Library 2015

Reading a book is like travelling through time and space. This time we’ll be travelling with the classics, books you must read. You’ll meet Emma and enjoy her match-making adventures, you’ll find out about Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, you’ll read about very different ghosts, one living at the Opera House and the other in a country house among others. Again, remember this is an open ticket and you decide how far you travel! Enjoy your reading and share it with us!

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HUMAN NUTRITION: Final revision


Hi everyone!

Take a look at the slideshare we have been working on for the revision.





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Final History Exam: Child Labour Today

This year we have studied Industrial Revolution and slavery and we talked a lot about kids that worked in those times.

Now, do you really believe that child labour does not exist anymore?

First, pay attention to this definition from Wikipedia:

Child labour refers to the employment of children in any work that deprives children of their childhood, interferes with their ability to attend regular school, and that is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful. This practice is considered exploitative by many international organisations. Legislations across the world prohibit child labour. These laws do not consider all work by children as child labour; exceptions include work by child artists, supervised training, certain categories of work such as those by Amish children, some forms of child work common among indigenous American children, and others.

Think, investigate and prepare a presentation: 

-Be clear 

-write between 8 an 12 slides.

-Include sources (pictures or testimonies, write the webpage you took them from)

  • What is the difference between slavery and child work? Read the following text to find the answer. (1 slide)

  • What are children´s rights? Make a list of 5,  the most important ones in your opinion. (1 slide)

Explain what the problem is and try to think of solutions taking into account the rights of the child. (2 slides)

  • Make a final conclusion comparing what happens today to the industrial revolution period. Account for your ideas. Give reasons and evidence. (1 slide)
  • Now I want to read your thoughts, ideas, opinions and impressions of the concept of child labour. Here are a few sentence starters that you may like to use to help you get started:

(Choose 5 starters and complete the phrases ) (3 or 4 slides)

• I learned … • I was surprised … • I’m beginning to wonder … • I discovered … • I feel … • I think I will … • I now realize that … • I agree with … • I do not agree with … • I would like someday to … • I would like to find out more about … • I admire… • I am surprised at… • I predict…

Remember to include th webpages read and consulted and if you illustrate this work with pictures, acknowledge the source.

Send presentation on November 30

-Don´t do any copy and paste

-Use quotations if necessary and write the source.

-Be clear and check your language (grammar, spelling, vocabulary)

-Read and think, give opinions and show understanding of the topic.

-Use prezi or presentaciones de google (it is better than ppt because I can leave comments)

-Send the presentation to



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Testing for Glucose and Starch Tommy M and Martin

Report     19/10/15
Testing for starch and glucose.
Hypotesis: The Glucose will be absorbed by the small intestine.
Materials: Beaker, Dropping pipette, visking tubing, knot in tubing, water.
1- We took a piece of the visking tubing and we rub it between our fingers until we could open it out.
2-  We used a dropping pipette, we almost filled the tubing with starch and a glucose solution.
3- We tied a cotton tightly around the top of the tubing.
4- We rinsed the tubing to remove the left of the glucose solution and the starch.
5- We put the tubing into a beaker and we added water ti cover it. Then we left it for 20 minutes.
6- We took a sample of the water outside the tubing  and we tested it for starch.
7- We took a second sample of the water outside the tubing and we tested it for reducing sugar. And then we recorded the results in a paper.

Conclution: The starch was not absorbed because it had large molecules and the glucose had small molecules.

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Testing for Glucose and Starch- Rama, Facu and Mati

This is our collage about our experiment:

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Testing for glucose and starch

This is our collage of glucose and starches.

Hope you like it!

Luli and Valen.

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The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake

The Chimney Sweeper

-Do the same as we did with the previous poem. This webpage will help you.

-What are the differences between the 2 poems?

-Why do they appear in different books?

-Which one do you prefer and why?

Leave a comment with your interesting opinions.


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Review: Literary Devices

Let´s have a look at the terms first!!

Flas cards Read the term and the definition

Then, when you are pretty sure you have understood them, click on LEARN and check yourself!!

Later, click on TEST and leave a comment saying which terms you still can´t remember or understand!!



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Stephen Bantu Biko

Read about this man

Stephen Bantu Biko

Source 1

Source 2

Who was he?

What does “Bantu” mean? (Search for this on the Internet if necessary)

What calls your attention about his life?

Apartheid Read about this movement.

-What did it consist in?

-Write 3 characteristics of the movement.

-Choose 1 source and explain it.

-What is your opinion about this?

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