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National Gallery

Getting to the end of our journey!

Our journey to the city of London finishes at Trafalgar Square. Have you enjoyed the visit to this magnificent place in the city of London?

At this famous square, you can find the National Gallery, where there is a really important Art collection. It was founded in 1824 and contains more than 2,300 paintings.

At the end of the session, you will have:

  • revised the use of "How often",
  • listened to a conversation about things to do in London and done some comprehension activities,
  • reflected on all the different tasks you have worked on at the Learning Diary.
National Gallery
Morio. National Gallery (CC BY-SA)

Before finishing the final tasks at your learning diary, revise the use of "how often" when talking about present simple and frequency Revise the use of "How often"

Remember to include this place at your Google Site challenge.

Continue with your posts on Twitter (#taskopinion and #EDIAlondon). Try to explain, using simple words, what the National Gallery is. The 'Rubric to assess a Tweet' can help you do a good job in this social network.

Things to do in London

philfiddyment. London (CC BY)

We have visited all the main landmarks in London. Listen to the following conversation: "Things to do in London".

Two people talk about things they can do in London. Before listening to the dialogue, try to do both the vocabulary and the comprehension quizzes.

Continue with your posts on Twitter (#taskopinion and #EDIAlondon). This time, share two "Things you can do in London".

Your challenge: London at the Google Sites

Challenge Step 6: List of all links and images you have used in your project.

To finish your Google Site project about London, add a new page where you and your group have to add the complete list of links that you have used throughout your research.

You also have to add a complete gallery of all the images that you have used in your Google Site project about London.

Continue with your posts on Twitter (#taskopinion and #EDIAlondon) publishing information about the different contents of your site page dedicated to London.

Learning diary

Learning Diary. Step 7: Posting your London Google Site and every audio / video outcome that you have produced.

Writing tools

Peter O'Shea. Writing tools (CC BY)

Remember to post the London sites and the audios / videos you have recorded in your personal Learning Diary. That way, at the end of all the projects, you are going to have a wonderful portfolio of all the materials you will have produced individually, in pairs and collaboratively with your group.

Learning Diary. Final Step: Full version of the project

At this stage, you have to reflect on all the different tasks and activities you have gone through this project. You can also evaluate the classroom experienceWhat's more, if the final assessment is positive, your teacher will give you a badge recognizing this effort that you can include in your Learning Diary. 

Answer the questions you can find below at the Learning Diary. 

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