Sunday, August 16, 2009


Hi, everyone. This is the new topic we're tackling this week. Have a look at this powerpoint:

Hope you find it useful!

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Online exercises!

Hi, dear all!
I've just opened an account on englishexercises.org, and created a group called 3rd 9th EKA. There you'll be able to do exercises online and the results will be saved for me to check them out. Next time we meet I'll give you your nicknames and passwords so that you can log in. yo

See you around.

Ps. Remember that the deadline to post your first translation and exercises on your e-portfolios is Friday 7th August.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Good Programming techniques

Click on the following link and read the tutorial on good programming tehniques. Then, complete the following tasks and post them on your blogs.


Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Read the text about electronics. Copy and Paste the tasks on your blog. Then, post your answers.


1. Translate this words into Spanish:






vacuum tube



2. Answer these questions.

a. What's electronics?

b. What are the principal uses of electronic circuits?

c. When did developments in electronics grow?

d. How was data transmitted before?

e. How many ways can you study an electronic system in?

f. Taking into account the TV set example, can you mention any other one? Explain.

3. Translate the text into Spanish and post it on your blog.

Tuesday, April 28, 2009


To begin working you'll first have to create your own blogs. You'll use them as your e-portfolios.

An electronic portfolio is a collection of a student’s work that is made available on the World Wide Web or a recordable CD-ROM. It is similar to the traditional portfolio that consists of papers and folders; however, the medium this portfolio uses is different. It uses a combination of electronic media such as hypermedia programs, databases, spreadsheets, and word-processing software, as well as CD-ROMs and the Web.

Step 1

* Create a blog using blogger.

* E-mail your teacher your blog's URL to mrljndlbrtz@gmail.com.
* Write a short biography in My Profile.
* Upload a picture or avatar. If you want to upload an avatar, try voki or yahoo avatares.
* Post on your blog after you finish a blog-based lesson.
* Follow the class schedule to know what to post in each entry.

Step 2 Create a wePapers account. It'll be useful to upload Word documents to your blog.


Welcome to your blog-based lessons site. this site has been created to work in a more enjoyable and interactive way. I hope you like it. Enjoy!!!
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