Sunday, 20 March 2016

CLIL e-project prototype

Hello everybody!!
Last week I had to take a new challenge for my ICT class. I had to make a prototype of what our final CLIL e-project for this subject was going to be like. The first thing I did was to make a draft or outline of my e-project using a template given by my teacher Maria Jesús. 
If you want to take a look to my outline click here
After this, I created my e-project presetation with Powtoon. I chose it because everybody was talking about this tool and I wanted to know how it works. After using it I can tell that is very fun because you can change the position of the characters and also their facial expressions, you can change the colours of the clothes. It is a very nice and useful tool to use it in a classroom with Primary students. 


 I would like to show the final result of my CLIL e-project. Click  here  if you want to watch it. 

Evaluating CLIL eproject

Good afternoon everybody!!

Here it is the link  of the blog that I used to do my evaluation of one CLIL eproject.  

After looking some blogs I choose this one. I decided to choose this blog because I love how she explains mathematics and geometry through cooking games and activities. 

Doing this evaluation has been very useful for me because I have learnt which things can I include in my blog and which ones not. I decided to do it with genially because I think is a very useful and different website to make easy, visual and attractive presentations.  

Doing this kind of evaluation is a nice way to learn from our own mistakes and we can put in practise with our students. 

Here  you can see my evaluation!!

I hope you like it =) 

Tuesday, 1 March 2016


Hello everybody!

I am really enjoying working with Pinterest

Pinterest is a social webpage in which it is really easy to create an account, and you can start using it today, it is completely free. 

We can say that  it is like a virtual board in which you can find, share and post images, videos of any topic. 

I create this webmix with lots of useful resources taken from our collaborative board

I hope you like my CLIL webmix, thank you.
See you soon!

Open CLIL bank of common knowledge


Here it is the link to our bank of common knowledge if you want to check information and very useful CLIL resources!!

These are six webpages and videos that I posted in the bank of common knowledege: 

1.Primary Games

Play free online games for kids on PrimaryGames. Site features learning games, action games, puzzles, card games, virtual worlds, coloring pages, and more!

Check the pin here!

2. Professions

Lovely song to learn some professions. Nice visual aids.

Check the pin here!

3. Transports

Song to learn different transports. Perfect for 1st graders.

Check the pin here!

4. Move your body song

Nice song to learn some body parts.

Check the pin here!

5. English activities

On this web you can find different activities for children who are acquiring a foreing language. You can work different topics through the activities the website offers.
Check the pin here!

6.  Shops game

Interesting and attractive web in which children can practice the names of different shops. They have to make a link between the food and the shop where they can buy them.

Check the pin here! 

I hope you like my resources!! Thank you 

Creative Commons (CC) reflections

I used Creative Commons because it is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share.

My blog license allows others to copy and share the material in any format. Also to adapt, transform and create the material. Unless you follow the license terms you cannot be allowed to revoke these freedoms.

One way to motivate my students to use Creative Commons material and attributed properly will be to protect always our projects and make them unique and personal. Teachers have to make children aware and conscious about this important issue. Teachers must highlight that not all the online resources and materials are free to use, for using some you will have to pay. I think that a good way to do this is creating a debate to talk with them about what they worried about and what they like.