11 ene. 2015

An unforgettable November morning with Ross and Tonisha

Finally Ross came to our school accompanied by his fiancé Tonisha. 4th ESO students gave them a warm welcome by singing the song "Por la boca vive el pez" by Fito y los Fitipaldis".From that moment on my students had a great connection to this lovely American couple.

Ross patiently answered all their questions; he not only explained how "Traum" was made but he also told us about his trips, favourite music, films...
Two poems by Rafael Alberti were read by 1st ESO students, they wanted to show them that they start their Galician and Spanish lessons by reading a poem.
After the reading of the poems, all Ross could say was, "I love Spanish!" It was a great moment.
From the start music was important and each class gave Ross a nice surprise when they sang three songs he really likes, especially the first two: "Deerfield lake" and " Cricket Hymn" by his brother's band " Townhouse woods". I highly recommend that everybody listens to them.
Poetry, music, languages, jokes, lots of wondeful things were shared that November morning in Possumus school.
Thanks for coming!

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