What do the following images refer to?
How can we share more with people? How can you stop using your phones? How can people stop depending on internet connection? Watch the following clip and brainstorm some ideas. Post your answers on Twitter at @mackayzine
NEXT: English for the IB Diploma Activities pp. 1-3
Watch the following clip from the popular TV series “The Big Bang Theory”. In it, you will see Rajesh, one of the main characters who has an Indian background, and his sister, Priya, talking about her relationship. Answer the following questions:
- What does Sheldon say regarding Priya making decisions regarding her social and private life?
- What do Priya and Raj’s parents say in connection to Jewish people?
- What difficulties do you think someone from India with a strong religious background would face if they fell in love with someone from a totally different culture?
Find your SIMCE Mock Test 1 results below.
MOCK TEST 1
The following pupils must attend reinforcement sessions next Monday (4.40-5.30pm) and Tuesday (4-5.30pm) – LIBRARY. This is COMPULSORY.
- Enzo Bloise
- Matías Cubillos
- Matías Blanc
- Benjamín del Villar
- Francisco Vergara
- Tomás Kuhlmann
- Tomás Núñez
- Matías Poblete
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MOODLE 2ND SEMESTRE
Monday, 2 November: 4 – 5.30 pm SIMCE MOCK TEST 1 for absentees: Cubillos, Iriarte, Navarro, Núñez, Payet, Poblete, Fuchslocher
Wednesday, 11 November in English class time: SIMCE MOCK TEST 2
Gypsies all have big fat weddings and live in caravans or come from Eastern Europe and are constantly thinking about migrating to the UK to live on benefits, right? Wrong
Myth no. 1: All Gypsies live in caravans
Myth no. 2: All Gypsies have big fat weddings and wear provocative clothes
Myth no. 3: Gypsies, Roma and Travellers are workshy, lack education, and aspire to live on benefits
Myth no. 4: All gypsies are foreign
Myth no. 5: The UK will be overcrowded with welfare-seeking Roma immigrants from Romania and Bulgaria next year
Watch the following clip and answer the questions below:
1.- Where were they called ‘gypsies’?
2.- Where are they originally from?
3.- What happened to them during WW?
4.- Where do they live now?
5.- Where do they live in your countries?