Had a little play around again with Wallwisher and made a wall of Christmas songs in Spanish and Catalan.
A lovely Christmas song, written by José Luis Perales and performed here by Los Toribianitos, and today brought to my attention by one of my online friends, Francisco Meza in Perú.
NAVIDAD NAVIDAD EN LA NIEVE Y LA ARENA
NAVIDAD NAVIDAD EN LA TIERRA Y EL MAR (BIS)
Mientras haya en la tierra un niño feliz
mientras haya una hoguera para compartir
mientras haya unas manos que trabajen en paz
mientras haya una estrella, habrá Navidad.
Mientras haya unos labios que hablen de amor
mientras haya unas manos cuidando una flor
mientras haya un futuro hacia donde ir,
mientras haya ternura, habrá Navidad
Mientras haya un vencido, dispuesto a olvidar
mientras haya un caído a quien levantar
mientras haya una guerra y se duerma un cañón
mientras cure un herido, habrá Navidad
Fuente: musica.comLetra añadida por el bruno
José Luis Perales
Given my love of Pocoyo and the imminent festivities, I just had to share this clip with you.
Here’s a lovely Spanish carol I’ve found on Teachertube. it’s originally from the LCF site Babelzone which is a (very reasonably priced I have to say) subscription site, but there are a number of their resources shared on Teachertube too.
and for the French teachers amongst you, here’s an alternative version of the Twelve Days of Christmas in French.
It’s that time of year again!
Earlier today on Yahoo MFL Resources, Jane shared a Powerpoint presentation under the subject – Helping pupils be nice?
Sadly not as a Blue Peter presenter, but I have recently been involved in some work for the BBC World Class site.
BBC World Class is an initiative bringing the benefits of international school linking to schools across the UK.World Class also encourages children and schools to get their stories on air and on line across the BBC.
Thanks to a recommendation from Liz Hitchcock of the British Council, I was asked to work with BBC World Class to come up with some resources to link a reading by Michael Morpurgo of his book, This morning I met a whale, to the Copenhagen Climate Change Summit via a ‘Share a story’ activity. The idea was that two (or more) partner schools read the book and complete some activities that they can share with one another.
©2021. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by . Theme by