War Horse

Our language teacher gave as a homework. It consisted in making a dialogue between the author of “War Horse”, Michael Morpurgo, and me after seeing this video. We have to interviewed him and made him questions.

Dialogue:

Then, we had another homework. It consisted in saying why we liked “War Horse” and, after that, making a poster. I did the poster with Victoria Landolfo.

The League of Nations 1920s

In our history class, with our history teacher, Lenny Ambrosini, we are studying the League of Nations at the 1920s. To study it we made some groups. Each group had one different topic, and we presented the topics in class. The presentations were the followings…

The Structure of The League: By Vignesh Manwani, Gonzalo Criniti, Santiago Blasco & Benjamin Mayol.

This thinglink explains the different sections of the League of Nations and it’s purpose.

 

 

Aims & Membership: By Ines Galmarini, Flor Claps & Martina Ibarbia.

This thinglink explains the aims and the members of the League of Nations.

 

 

Achievements: By Jerónimo Leguizamón, María Roggero, Federika Marty & me.

This thinglink explains the achievements of the league which were the refugees, the transport, the health, the working conditions and the social problems.

 

 

Disarmament: By Sybilla Correa Perkins, Rosario Segura & Milagros Mendez

This thinglink explains the disarmament that the League of Nations made and the international agreements that were signed to make a more peaceful world.

 

 

Vilna & The Geneva Protocol: By Silvestre Braun, Lucas Campión & Lola Argento

This thinglink explains two failures of the League, which were, Vilna and the Geneva Protocol.

 

 

Corfu & Bulgaria: Victoria Landolfo, Milagros Montanelli, Margarita Muller & Rosario Vago This thinglink explains one failure (Corfu) and one succed (Bulgaria) of the League of Nations.     Upper Silesia and Aaland Island: Martin Anania, Ignacio Maestro Malek & Fransisco Lusso This thinglink explains the dispute between Germany and Poland over Upper Silesia and the dispute between Finland and Sweden to have the Aaland Islands.

Modals For Deduction

Our language teacher, María Laura Segato, gave us a homework. We have to chek on the grammar of the modals for deduction in the present and in the past.

Modals for deduction:

Sure about something: Must / Can’t

Not sure about something (possibility): May / Might / Could

Your own perception: Look / Seems

Grammar of modals for deduction:

Something happening right now or in a possible future arrangement: Modal + be + ing Example: She might be going to Australia.

Possibility in the past: Modal + have + past participle                                                             Example: She might be taken those photos in China.

I found a video which explains the modals for deduction.