The League of Nations: Presentations.

Our teacher Lenny, assigned us a topic to develop.

This is her post introducing the topic and the groups.

My topic was the structure of The league of Nations. In this thinglink we explain the different sections of the League and it’s purpose.

I did it with Benjamin Mayol, Gonzalo Criniti and Santiago Blasco.


This thinglink was prepared by, Sybilla Correa Perkings, Rosario Segura and Milagros Mendez Peralta Ramos.

It’ s topic is disarmament.

Upper Silesia and Aaland Island:

This thinglink was prepared by Martin Anania, Francisco Lusso and Ignacio Maestro Malek.

It’s topic is two successes of the League which were Upper Silesia and Aaland Island.

Aims and Membership:

This thinglink was prepeared by Ines Galmarini, Flor Claps and Martina Ibarbia. It’s topic is the aims of the League and how memberships were managed by her.

Corfu and Bulgaria:

This presentation was prepared by: Victoria Landolfo, Margarita Muller and Rosario Vago.

In this presentation a failure, Corfu, and a success, Bulgaria, are explained.


This presentation was prepared by Juana Perez Muniz, Jeronimo Leguizamon, Federica Marty and Maria Roggero. It includes the five achievements the League had in her history. 

Vilna and the Geneva Protocol.

This presentation was made by Lucas Campion, Silvestre Braun Urien and Lola Villegas Argento.

It includes two failures which were the conflict in Vilna and the Geneva Protocol.

Writting Transactional Letters

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to tell you how my experience I had in my Castile Spanish School Intensive Courses.

I feel this course was a waste of money as it did not show what the advertisement said. Firstly, the advertisement said I would live with a Spanish family, but I didn’t expect them being so unfriendly, so I couldn’t even practice while I was there. As regards my tutor, the advertisement said he would be highly experienced, but mine seemed he had only spoke spanish in elementary school and couldn’t even speak fluently.

Moreover the trip to the city which was highly advertised, was cancelled and I was not even given back the money, which is very irresponsible and shows lack of administration.

I am very sorry to say your course was disappointing and I wouldn’t tell anyone to attend it as it is not worth the money.

Yours faithfully,

Vignesh Manwani.

She was a Phantom of Delight by William Wordsworth

29th of September:


Birth-Death? 1770- 1850.

Influence on the writer? Samuel Taylor Coleridge, William Godwin

Who is the poem for? For his wife.

Read the poem and check the meaning of new words.

Gleamed: a flash or beam of light

Ornament: an object, piece, or feature intended to add beauty to the appearance of something;

Dusky: somewhat dark;

Startle: to disturb suddenly as by surprise:

Elements of Romantic poetry:

Subjectivity: Feelings, sentimental poem’s, giving a true picture of society, misfortunes, troubles and confusions.

Hellenism: Hellenism implies love, commitment and unmistakable fascination in the antiquated society, values and individuals of Greek. Romantic poets loved Hellenism a great deal in their poetry. They loved to explore the ancient culture of Greek in their poetry. John Keats’ poetry is loaded with various allusions to the art, literature and culture of Greek. Ode on a Grecian Urn is a perfect example in this regard. The pictures engraved on the Grecian Urn show Keats’s love the Greek ideals, culture and art.

Supernaturalism: Romanticism was a revival of mediaevalism. The romantic is extraordinarily alive to the wonder, mystery and beauty of the universe. The unseen world is more real for him than the world of the senses. Romantic poetry is mystical and is removed from the everyday experiences of life.

Imagination: The romantic poets laid emphasis on imagination and emotion.

Nature:Zest for the beauties of the external world characterizes all romantic poetry. Romantic poetry carries us away from the suffocating atmosphere of cities into the fresh and invigorating company of the out of door world. All poets were lovers of nature and looked at the beautiful aspects of nature. To them, nature was a friend, a lover, a mother, sister and a teacher. To Wordsworth, nature was both mother and sister. He spiritualizes nature, Shelley intellectualizes nature and Keats is content to observe nature through his senses.

Escapism: is another striking characteristic of romantic poetry. Escapism is a term, which implies a writer’s failure to face the agonies of real life and take shelter somewhere else instead of fighting against the odds. Escapism is the main theme of romantic poetry. Escaping reality.

Never Stop on the Motorway

Task: write a summary of the story in no more than 90 words.

When Diana is on the highway on her way to her friend’s farm, she runs over a cat. She stops and when she starts driving again she notices a van is following her. The entire trip left was stressful for Diana, as a man followed her . When she approaches the house she shouts to his friend telling him to get a gun.  The man in the van tells that a man is in Diana’s trunk, they open the trunk and a man was crouching, they waited for the police.



A lo largo del año en arte trabajamos el cuerpo humano.

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Acá practicamos como dibujar la tela en la ropa de diseño antiguo y el efecto de cortina.


Acá dibujamos una vasija de la época de Grecia geométrica.

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Acá practicamos ropa del medievo.


Acá practicamos la cara de un señor griego.


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Acá practicamos la cabeza humana.

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Acá practicamos las distintas poses del cuerpo humano.

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Acá empezamos a cubrir el cuerpo con musculo.

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Acá practicamos la base del cuerpo humano.


Acá practicamos  el contraposto en la base de un dibujo.


Acá practicamos dibujar una imagen de un mártir.


Acá practicamos como dibujar con la ley de naturalismo y no la de frontalidad.