Joan Boada, professor d'anglès a ESO, i Álex Esquius , alumne de 2n d'ESO B
The idea of this project was to make a digital poster expressing a difficult situation and giving a few tips, just in case you have to experience this awkward or difficult situation.
– What was the objective of this project grammatically?
We had to use to + infinitive in nearly each sentence
My personal project was about “how to survive your professional football debut”, and my partner and I tried to express the importance of showing personality and being confident. After all the tips were given, we then explained them and the importance of each tip. We personally did the poster using an application called “Canvas”.
It was a great experience and a way to disconnect from doing the book!
Here are some of the posters that were produced and their authors.
Survive your first concert: Nekane Arana, Diana Santacruz and Anna Morraja (2nB)
Survive your professional debut: Alex Esquius and Guillem Bagao (2nB)
Survive without electricity: Giselle Alfaro (2nD)
Survive alone in the jungle: Joan Llobet and Biel Faura (2nD)
“I really liked this activity because it is different and makes learning more fun.” Hector González 2nB
“I enjoyed a lot while I was doing the digital poster with Alex, it’s definitely better than doing an exam. I hope that we do more digital posters or activities like this in the future!” Guillem Bagao 2nB
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The idea of this project was to make a digital poster expressing a difficult situation and giving a few tips, just in case you have to experience this awkward or difficult situation
Montse Baste Olle says
Congratulations! All kinds of imaginative efforts are much needed to keep learning English afloat, particularly at this age and before it’s too late! And no, regular learning books are nowhere near enough to get there.