How my high school is like?. By: Priscila Pulla Yunga. *I.E.S LOS MOLINOS*. Barrio Peral,Cartagena It is bilingual high school. *FACILITIES*. Classrooms: Music room Laboratories Art room Computer room Gymnasium Library Audiovisual room Canteen. *JOURNEYS*.
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It is bilingual high school
· They do canoeing among other sports
· They visit legoland
· They visit Danfoss Universe
· They visit Tivoli
· They visit the mermaid monument
This journey lasts 5 days
Students can visit a lot of things:
· The science park
· Saint Nicholas´ bay
It lasts 3 days in which they visited the village, the climbing, a ducks\' pond ...
The terror night
In Halloween we turn our high school in a terror passage, students and teachers participate, dressing up themselves or collaborating with
It is a concert in which
students and teachers
take part by singing or
playing an instrument.
In the magazine we publish among other things:
The photos of the trips we make and a short descriptions of them, students‘ projects
(such as stories, the best artistic projects...).
In this magazine we can find the photo of all teachers and students that are in Los Molinos during the year.
Spain is the 2nd
highest country in
Europe, and ca. 66%
of its borders are
As Catedrais, Galicia
Sierra Nevada, Granada
Picos de Europa,
Asturias, Cantabria y León.
Alcázar de Segovia
In eachcorner of Spainit’spossibletoseemanyinterestingbuildings and a part of thehistorythroughthem.
Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
Catedral de León
It was originated in
Andalucía (Spain) in the
XVIII century. It is a mix of dancing,
singing and guitar music. Percussion
and accompaniment are also an
important part of flamenco.
important in Spain, they
still take place in
Sanfermines in Pamplona is a festivity in which bulls run through streets, and in other cities and villages we can find similar traditional activities with bulls.
There are many traditional festivities like the processions in Semana Santa (specially in Sevilla), the human towers in “ElsCastellers” from Cataluña, the sculturs made to be burned in “Las Fallas” from Valencia, or the carnival e.g. in Tenerife.
It is a classic of the Spanish cuisine.
It is basically made up of potatoes
It is called paella because of name of the container where it
is make(paellera). It finds its origins in Valencia. It is made up
principally of boiled rice.
Nowadays there are a lot of ways to make it.
Small delicious snacks
Pescaito frito (friedfish)
The typical clothe of women is the “pollera”. It is a skirt decorated with trinkets and embroideries.
The celebration of the carnival it is one
of the most important costums of Ecuador.
Dancing, singing and typical food are part
During this festivity people throw water
and flour among them.
The “chola cuencana” is a women that dress with traditional clothes:
a blouse, a pollera, a shawl, a headdress, jewels and espadrilles.
It is stated as the national
dish. It is basically a stew
of pieces of bovine stomach, that
usually goes with rice.
The fifteen - year - old party
In this party the girl is considered to pass from a teenager to a adult women
The pink is the predominant colour in this type of party.
Sometimes before the party there is a mass, but it is usually of religious people.