quinta-feira, 15 de dezembro de 2011

Sudoku


    As alunas do 6ºB realizaram uma pesquisa relativa a jogos e atividades e agora lançam-vos um desafio:
Resolver este Sudoku!

1
3
9
6
7
4
9
8
5
3
5
3
1
2
4
9
2
3
4
8
9
2
1
3
7
2
5

Trabalho realizado por:
Maria Panarra, Margarida Nunes e Catarina Fernandes
6ºB



Dicas de leitura:

   Os alunos do 6ºA realizaram uma pesquisa sobre vários livros e decidiram deixar-vos aqui algumas sugestões, de acordo com cada ano de escolaridade.

5 Anos: “Os animais (Pocoyo primeiras palavras) ” - Autor: AA.VV.
1º Ano: “A estrela de Laura” – Autor: Klaus Baumgart.
2º Ano: O Pedro e o lobo – Autora: Maria Isabel Mendonça Soares.
3ºAno: “O rapaz que aprendeu a voar” – Autor: Alexandre Honrado.
4ºAno: “Os óculos do mágico” – Autora: Maria Teresa Maia Gonzalez.
5ºAno: “O príncipe e pobre” – Autor: Mark Twain.
6ºAno: “O rapaz de Bronze” – Autor: Sophia de Melo Breyner.
7ºAno: “O menino no espelho” – Autor: Fernando Sabino.
8ºAno: “O novo mundo do Sr. Topkins”- Autor: George Gamow
9ºAno: “Meia hora para mudar a minha vida” – Autora: Alice Vieira

Boa leitura!


Trabalho realizado por:
Beatriz Banha, Diogo Santiago, Diogo Malhoa, João Afonso, José Franco.
6ªA

   Top músicas




    Este top é o resultado de uma recolha de opiniões quanto aos gostos musicais dos alunos da turma do 6ºA. 
  • Bruno Mars - Lazy song;
  • Rihanna ft Drake - What's my name;
  • Red hot chilli papers - Californication;
  • B.o.B - Airplanes (Feat. Hayley Williams of Paramore);
  • Paramore- Decode;
  • Jessie J - Price Tag ft. B.o.B.;
  • Don Omar - Danza Kuduro;
  • Katy Perry - Last Friday Night;
  • Over the Rainbow - Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo;
  • David Guetta - Where Them Girls At ft. Nicki Minaj, Florida ;
* Para conhecer um pouco de cada um destes jogos, pode ser ser realizada uma pesquisa no Youtube.
http://www.youtube.com/

Deixa aqui as tuas sugestões!


Trabalho realizado por:
Beatriz Banha,Diogo Santiago,Diogo Malhoa,João Afonso,José Franco (6ºA)

Top Jogos


    Os alunos do 6ºA e do 6ºB realizaram um inquérito entre eles, relativamente aos jogos mais apreciados de momento. Aqui ficam as suas sugestões...
  • Club penguin;
  • Combat arms;
  • Uber stike;
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops;
  • Shoot M;
  • Gun Game;
  • Stick run;
  • Fifa 2012;
  • Minecraft;
  • Cars 2;
  • Cross Fire;
  • Battlefield Bad Company.
*Para conhecer um pouco de cada um destes jogos, pode ser ser realizada uma pesquisa no Youtube.

Deixa aqui também as tuas sugestões!



Trabalho realizado por:


Beatriz Banha,Diogo Santiago,Diogo Malhoa,João Afonso,José Franco (6ºA)

José Miguel, Guilherme Fernandes, Pedro Vila Nova, João Bento (6ºB)


Histórias de Natal

     Os alunos do Club 1st da Academia de Inglês escreveram várias histórias de Natal, que se encontram publicadas neste blog.
     Vota na tua história preferida através na sondagem à direita.

Christmas Story


     Once upon a time in a small, poor town, on 24th of December, everybody was busy preparing things for Christmas Day.
     In spite of having just three turkeys for Christmas dinner and the decorations were made from waste, they were very happy to have something.
     On midnight, everybody was sleeping, and suddenly the Christmas magic happened. Everything changed from poor to rich. The Christmas tree grew and had a lot of golden balls, coloured ribbons and a big star on top. Around the tree, there were a lot of presents  for everyone.
     The houses became bigger and more beautiful, and in the warehouses there was a lot of food for everyone.
In the morning, everybody was very surprised to see all of these things and so they thanked the Christmas spirit.
     After Christmas, the people of this town gave their food to other poor towns.
     Everybody was happy because it was the best Christmas ever!
     Merry Christmas!

THE END

by English Academy - Club 1st (7th & 8th Grade)

quarta-feira, 14 de dezembro de 2011

Problems in Santa´s Factory


     This story happened during the present world crisis.
     Country presidents worldwide,  defined a new measure of work. All  workers in the world had to work three more hours than the usual, even the elves that work in Santa´s factory.
     They were outraged with this new measure and decided to go on strike during the Christmas Season. Santa Claus had  serious trouble. Maybe all children in the world wouldn´t  get their Christmas presents. He thought  about all the  possibilities to replace the elves. Suddendly he remebered something…
     This problem must be solved by those who caused it.
     So he decided to call all the world leaders to work in his factory. They worked very hard making all the presents and on Christmas Eve everything was ready.
     All the world presidents saw how hard it was to do the elves’ work, and they withdrew this drastic measure.
     All went well with the distribution of the gifts and all the children were happy on the 25th December with their gifts made by the world leaders.

THE END


by English Academy - Club 1st (7th & 8th Grade)

Paul is the Best!


     Once upon a time, there was a boy called Paul. He was studying the origins of Christmas. When he arrived home, he decided do some research about Christmas.
     At school, he and his friends showed their research to the teacher. Paul’s work was the best, because he saw a video about Christmas.
     His teacher gave him a present. After that, his teacher phoned Paul’s mum to tell her that he was the best in the class.
     When he arrived home, his parents and his family decided to give him a surprise because they were very happy with Paul.
     At Christmas, he saw Santa Claus and he thought it was true. When he saw his mum, he asked her: “Is it true, mum? Did I see Santa Claus!” She answered:  “Yes you did, Paul. He gave you presents.”
     Since that day, Paul thinks Santa Claus is real.

THE END


by English Academy - Club 1st (7th & 8th Grade)

Lost Dog


     It was Tommy’s birthday and his parents gave him a dog.
     “You are so cool! I will call you Nicolas.”
     And Nicolas had a lot of fun with Tommy. But when Claire, Tommy’s sister, saw the dog by himself, she put him outside the house, because she didn’t like Nicolas that much.
     When Tommy got up and didn’t see his dog, he became sad and started to cry. She became sad too because she didn’t like to see Tommy upset. Suddenly Claire realized the damage she had done. Nicolas ran away and went for a walk but he didn’t eat anything.
     On Christmas Eve, Nicolas returned and Tommy said: “This is a Christmas miracle!”
     Claire was happy because her brother was happy too. And they had a great Christmas with Nicolas.
  
THE END


by English Academy - Club 1st (7th & 8th Grade)

A Girl With a Dream


     Once upon a time there was a girl with a dream and that dream was to see snow, but the years and the months passed and she never saw snow...
     One day she went to a house and she saw a little robot in the bin. She took the robot and she went home but she didn’t know how to make the robot work, so she clicked a lot of buttons. Suddenly the robot started working. And in her room it started raining, and this gave her an idea!
     She put the robot outside and she wished it would start snowing and the next day when she woke up she saw the snow and she went outside with a lot of energy and she called all her friends to have a party and her dream came true!!
     Never give up on your dreams…
     Merry Christmas
THE END


by English Academy - Club 1st (7th & 8th Grade)

A Magical Christmas Night


     Once upon a time there was a little boy called Michael. He had a poor family, but he was happy with everything he had. It was Christmas Eve and he was very excited.
     This year he wanted to stay awake to see Santa Claus. Michael waited but Santa never came. Suddenly he heard a noise, it was very loud and strange, like a bomb. He went outside and he couldn´t believe who it was, it was Santa! He fell from his sleigh and the presents were all over the floor. It was a big mess! The boy helped Santa but he was unconscious. Michael needed to do something, and fast. So he organized the presents and put them on the sleigh with Santa. He decided that this year he wanted to deliver the presents to the children all over the world. No child could be left out. He started to fly. The delivery was going well until he stopped at the last house, it looked like the child was awake and he was in trouble. No one could see him delivering presents.
Everyone wanted to see Santa. He hid behind the Christmas tree and put the presents under it. Another child saw that there was someone behind the tree and… suddenly Santa appeared and threw the boy some dust and he fell asleep. Michael was very happy for two different reasons: No one saw him, and above all he saw Santa! He finally stopped at his house and went to sleep. He dreamed about that night until the next morning. When he started to open the presents, there was a little one that said: to Michael with love from Santa. Michael didn´t understand at first, but he finally got it. There were only two people in the entire world that understood its meaning and they were Michael and Santa.

THE END


by English Academy - Club 1st (7th & 8th Grade)

quinta-feira, 8 de dezembro de 2011

As profissões do futuro

       A turma B do 4º ano criou os fatos das profissões que ambicionam ter e fizeram a exposição dos trabalhos num  painel na sala de aula.

sexta-feira, 2 de dezembro de 2011

Minerva English Academy students did the PET exam


     Two weekends ago 8 students from our school went to Lisbon to do the PET (Preliminary English Test) exam. This exam is part of a series of exams designed by the University of Cambridge to certify students’ knowledge and fluency level in everyday communication. It is an internationally recognised exam and is about two thirds of the way to the First Certificate Exam.
     On Saturday 19th November, we met at the school and arrived at the Tiara hotel at about 9 o’clock. The first part of the exam was the reading and writing and lasted for one and a half hours. We had a short break and snack, and then we did the listening exam from 12 o’clock to 12:40. We left Lisbon and arrived back at school at 1:30 pm.
     On Sunday 20th November, we had to get up even earlier as we had to be at school at 7:30. This time, we went to the British Council to do the speaking exam. Each student’s exam only takes 15 minutes, but we had to wait for each other, so we only ended at 10 o’clock.
    After the exam we had a lovely breakfast at a café in Lisbon and took the school bus back home.
    We noticed that most of the other candidates were older than us. We are all between 11 and 13 years old. We were a little bit nervous but we think that the exam went well. We feel happy to have this opportunity at this age. And we are relieved that it’s over. Now we’re anxious for the results that will only come out on the 22nd of December.
     We had a fantastic experience and we hope to repeat it soon.

     This article was written by the exam candidates.
7th grade: Bruno Guedes, Gonçalo Sítima,  Guilherme Miranda and Mafalda Gonçalves.
8th grade: André Barão, Carlota Morais, Gonçalo Teles and Mariana Pêra