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Sir William Shakespeare is coming to visit Juanelo´s students.

Romeos, Juliets, friars, nurses, Fitzwilliams, Elizabeths, Lydias, have been  seen running through corridors  at Juanelo Turriano.




Students 4º ESO: Emotion, Excitement and Enthusiasm.

Everything started with the celebration of the Book Day and the reading of Romeo and Juliet and Pride and Prejudice. The teacher organised a Book Talk and  a competition with Quizzis.  

Another day students were divided into groups,  each member of the group was assigned with a task. The aim of each task was to research into some aspects about he life and works of William Shakespeare and Jane Austen.

After a big effort, they shared the data and they participated in a Quiz. Challenging students is always very rewarding….

All of a sudden the teacher proposed the students to perform different scenes from Shakespeare and Jane Austen. It was time to rehearse, time to enjoy, time to share…

Romeos, Juliets, friars, nurses, Fitzwilliams, Elizabeths, Lydias, were seen running through corridors, dressed up for the theatrical performance.

 An enjoyable experience. Students proved to be great actors. They had so much fun…

After the performance , on a different day, the teacher organised a Talk Show. What a surprise! Sir William Shakespeare was coming to visit us and students had to become journalists , journalists eager to know everything about W. Shakespeare.

HALLOWEEN CAN BE A VERY FUN LEARNING TOOL!!

Treasure hunters solving riddles to find hidden skeletons, witches, black cats, monsters….

Halloween wouldn´t be the same at Juanelo  Turriano if there wasn´t a gymkhana for the bilingual students of the second year.

ESCAPE (Math) ROOM

PROBLEM TO UNLOCK THE 2ND PADLOCK

The road is 120 m long. We run at 20 m/s. The width of the road is 3 m.

As soon as we step onto the street, the walls start to come together. Every second they come closer by 20% of the distance between them at that moment.

To be able to move on the street, we need a width of at least 70 cm.

a) Will we be able to cross the street without being crushed by the walls?

b) In any case, what will be the width of the street when I finish walking the entire street?

Visit our ESCAPE ROOM: https://view.genial.ly/6014bf2522eaac0d7191d6f9/presentation-escape-room-1-proportionality-percentages-ies-juanelo

A FUN WAY TO LEARN MATHS AND ENGLISH.