Holiday photo shoot!

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ELN 2019: Fantasy Cosplay

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Final Exam Outlines: December 2018

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The teachers’ outlines have been posted, check them out below:

Bethmariz Machuca 11th Grade and 12th Grade

Yolanda Colón 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade

Alejandro Rosario  7th Grade 8th Grade 9th Grade

Luisa M. Morales-Molina   Group 10-Bre

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Happy Thanksgiving!

The English Department Staff wish all our students and colleagues a warm Thanksgiving Day surrounded by family and friends.

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Poetry Splash 2018: Done!

Last Wednesday, November 7th, the poetry activity programmed by the English teachers took place at lunch time in the library with participation of some students of 10th and 12th grade. The purpose was to share and recite original poems written by the students in English.  Poetry Splash provided the students a small space for them to share their creativity in the use of the language, demonstrate mastery of figurative devices through poetry, and reinforce public speaking.  ~~Bethmariz Machuca, English Department  Coordinator.

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Poetry Activity 2018: Poetry Splash

Students from the different English courses will be reciting poetry next Wednesday, November 7th during the lunch period in the library. The activity is slated to begin at 11 am.  Those attending will experience an artistic treat! ~~LMMolina

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English Dept Staff: “Enigma Natural-Natural Enigma”

As part of the third publication with Lamaruca Publications, three of us submitted material for this year’s project. Not even Hurricane Maria could prevent us from doing what we English teachers love best!

This coming Friday the publication will be formally presented.  The hybrid anthology consists of short stories and poems in both languages: English and Spanish.

It was an enlightening experience, one that I would definitely repeat! ~~LMMolina

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English and Forensic Team 2018

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This year’s team is a special one for me. Why? Of the 12 members, 6 have been in one of my courses and three are currently in my 10th-grade English course. As I…

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Pre Competition Drill: Forensic Teams Colegio Beato & Mater Salvatoris

 

For this Pre competition drill, Beato welcomed the school Mater Salvatoris. The drill took place on Friday April 6, 2018 at 4:00pm in the library.
The students, led by Xavier Espinosa, Captain of the Beato Forensic’s Team, began the meeting with an introductory dynamic to get to know each other and then proceeded to do a warm up exercise. Once they were ready, they were formally welcomed and briefed on how the drill would run. The students were given a notepad and pencil, provided by the school, to write down their comments and feedback for each other speeding up the process. Both schools agreed on presenting one member of each team after the other ( 1 Mater-1 Beato). They had a 5 minute break to go to the bathroom, drink water and eat snacks, which had been provided by both schools.
The drill was a success for both schools; everyone showing their growth and shining under the pressure. Mater gifted us with a small token of gratitude, and in the end the students exchanged numbers with each other. The event ended roughly around 8:30 and we all hoped it could be repeated again.  ~~Bethmariz Machuca
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The English teaching staff with a full calendar!

Our staff has been pretty busy this semester. Among some of the activities: English Literature Night, Family Day, Mecha-Teen-Tech Week cosplay, and taking time out for some spiritual growth.  We’ve still got a few more in store. That’s the life of a teacher! ~~~LMMolina, staff member

 

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