Storm Poem

 

Our language  teacher Pilar Pando, gave us the task to create our own poem decribing a storm, based Ashok B Raka’s poem.

Gazing at the sky my eyes turned black

The noon darkness upon me wraped my sparkling gems,
making me feel dazzled and surprised.
My ears were stunned as they capted the roar.
The freezing and soaking wind provoked me shivers.
The wind was blowing harder,
and the golden streak that was held in the sky,
Was accompanied  by a crack in the cloud layer.
The amazing and threatingn storm
Melt my heart of stone,
Bringing clarity and calm.
There was no more harm,
Just a soaking heart
In a bright light.

Legend

After discussing a legend in class, our teacher asked us to follow many steps; writing our own legend, making a video and looking for a legend.

I chose a legend from Greece, a myth of Zeus, that shows the boredom of his life for being the owner and God of the sky. I really liked this antique myth because I found it very interesting.

 

A martian sends a postcard to me 

After reading the poem, “A Martian Sends a Postcard Home”, we made our own version using the same style of writing, take a look:
Some people are transported in super huge bees that instead of legs have wheels and have always someone driving it.
There are some chocolate bars that are never eaten and never melt, they have some kind of surprise inside that hypnotize humans with their lights, images and colors.
Bread is tanned on some sun beds and when time is up, they jump happily.
There are some cabins in which humans get whiter and if they stay too much, they get older.
There are some huge holes in the ground which are full of water in summer and of leaves in autumn.
By Tin, Lulu and Male.

Crime report

Our teacher Pilar Pando asked to look up for a crime report

The discovery of a pregnant schoolgirl’s body under the patio of her boyfriend’s family home in northeast Argentina has sparked a nationwide protest against “femicide,” the killing of a woman because of her gender.
A post-mortem examination carried out on the victim, 14-year-old Chiara Paez, after her body was unearthed on May 11 showed she died from beatings to the head, face and body, local media have reported.
The post-mortem also found traces of a drug used in abortions, fuelling speculation that Paez’s killing could have been the result of an argument with her boyfriend and his family over her pregnancy.
Media reports say the 16-year-old boyfriend has been charged with aggravated murder, femicide and forced abortion, and that he confessed to the killing when questioned by prosecutors, in a case that has dominated headlines in Argentina for weeks.
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Thousands of Argentines gathered in front of the National Congress building in Buenos Aires on Wednesday.
“The evidence comes from Manuel’s (the boyfriend) own statements, who accepted responsibility as being the perpetrator of the crime,” Argentina’s La Nacion newspaper quoted prosecutor Alejandro Sinopolis as saying.