Materials and presentation from my second session at #ILILC2 – Barça, Barça, Baaarça! Barca – presentation Barca handout – links to things mentioned in the above presentation and more! comenius_spotlight_birmingham – information sheet from British Council on the project
Category Archives: Barcelona
Thanks to Jen Turner for telling me about this fun site on which you can make a jigsaw puzzle of any image, specifiying the number and shape of pieces as well as difficulty. To demonstrate, I’ve made a couple that could be used for Spanish cultural awareness. 20 Roscón de Reyes 30 Sardana
I’m at NCSL in Nottingham at the UK National eTwinning Conference. This afternoon we’re having a Teachmeet and I’ve decided to share about one idea that has come from our Comenius Regio project and specifically a visit to the zoo. Here’s the presentation (lots of pics!) and the link to my blogpost that expands on […]
Yes, it’s another Barcelona post but nothing to do with football – promise! Last week when I was in Barcelona on a Comenius Regio visit, my colleague Jane and I hared around numerous sites in the city, collecting resources. One place we visited was the Zoo de Barcelona. Are all zoos the same, we wondered? […]
So, Barcelona won! And in style. Abidal, after starting treatment for a liver tumour only 10 weeks ago, raised the Champions League cup following goals by Pedro, Messi and Villa (and Rooney I guess!) And Gerard Pique went home with a rather original souvenir, apparently following a tradition set by the Barcelona basketball team!
Who will lift the trophy? It won’t be me tonight… Hopefully it’ll be whoever is standing in for Carles Puyol as he’s injured. I want to see them throw Pep Guardiola in the air and make him cry again! (I’m rather fond of Pep..)
Thanks to @nstone for this!
This one’s for Isaac who, despite supporting Manchester United this evening,will be very pleased if Lionel Messi scores! And here’s me at Camp Nou with Messi
This year’s cartoon from FCBarcelona in celebration of the Champions League final. And the 2009 one – which I love!
I’m getting rather excited now! So cue a number of posts that indulge my excitement and might get you in the mood for what I hope to be a great game of football!