Sources, Maluenda, Mara, Miedes, Morata, Paracuellos, Terrer and Villafeliche. They are the places to which belong the CRA school located in Maluenda and has become the latest school to participate in during the season Cole Television 18-19. Farewell overhand colorfully, humorous and interesting things to remember.

Shouting: Long live the rural school!, students in grades 5 and Primary 6 of this CRA concluded, as it could not be otherwise, that people live beautifully, and learn in a rural school has some disadvantages compared to urban but also many advantages. And you have to know the maximum value them and enjoy them. It was the subject of discussion. And although he started with two sides, They ended all in luck coinciding with.

Section for foreign languages ​​they surprised us with “kamishibai” about Little Red Riding Hood… well, in English. The “kamishibai” is the usual way of telling stories in Japan, but here we are not so used. Teatrillo consists of a wood composite wooden doors, when opened, Air leaves an empty stage. Children, as they narrate the story, They were incorporated beautiful illustrated sheets alluding to his story. A note here also the excellent work of the students and teachers IES Santiago Hernandez as were used to characterize thoroughly Riding Hood, the Wolf and Granny. Part of that work can already be seen in some of the photographs taken by Carlos Soriano and Oscar Limbeck, Lighting 2 students of our center.

And what about your section of Aragon on the board? For this section, school chose to take a walk through the towns from which they come. perfectly attired, They were parading one after another to tell stories and legends. Some real and some not so, but worked well in class and studied with interest.




The construction of the towers of San Martin and San Salvador, in Teruel, enclose a tragic love story in which two friends are involved, And Omar Abdala, and young Zoraida. Truth or legend? As we students of CEIP Miguel Vallés of turolense capital said: “What's the difference?”. The important thing is that they have served them and much to study how they are and how these beautiful Moorish towers were built, whose construction dates back to the thirteenth century. Dressed in their finest medieval finery, a group of schoolchildren dramatized this legend spooky final.

Earthier was the subject on which focused discussion: football in the schoolyard, Yes or no. Some school would like to play football at school every day, but others do not seem so funny and would prefer to raise other options for fun and exercise. We saw that the issue is controversial in this school, but it went debate politely, respecting turns of speech and with absolute cordiality. An example to follow.

In the section of foreign languages ​​they delighted us with a fragment of “The little Prince”, well, read in several languages: Castilian, Aragonese, English, Romanian and German. Lest anyone run out enjoy this jewel of literature.

Hilarious participation for section “the "Mi trabajo es seguro" section”. This is a video in black and white, background piano music and posters with beautiful grafías. All to play the silent film comic tone talking, well, a very serious issue such as industrial accidents. They had tremendous fun recording it despite liters of blood… False: It is suitable for all stomachs thanks to black and white.

No one should miss this program. moment, you can enjoy some of the photographs taken by Pili and Pablo Segura Sisamón, Lighting 2 students.






Fabla aragonesa, Spanish, catalán, English, francés, chino, ruso, rumano, árabe, armenio y ucraniano. Hasta en diez lenguas diferentes se despidieron los alumnos del CEIP Sancho Ramírez de Huesca de su participación en Cole Televisión. La mayoría de los escolares ha nacido en la capital altoaragonesa pero sus familias proceden de algún país en los que estos idiomas son nativos. Agradecidos a sus profesores y a sus compañeros, quisieron compartir con nosotros un poquito de esa riqueza cultural que constituyen sus lenguas maternas.

Y aún después de eso fueron capaces de hacernos de guías turísticos para la sección de Idiomas, ya que nos explicaron con todo detalle, pero en español, inglés y francés, algunas de las curiosidades de la espectacular catedral de Huesca.

Nos trajeron un tema de lo más interesante para el debate. Al ser el suyo un centro de educación abiertamente inclusiva, quisieron profundizar sobre uno de sus aspectos: el posicionamiento, a favor o en contra, de la existencia de colegios exclusivamente para niños con diferentes necesidades educativas. Cada cual expuso su opinión al respecto y argumentaron por qué a unos les parecía necesario (falta de medios para adaptar las aulas, por ejemplo) y otros por qué preferían un sistema educativo que aglutinara a todos los niños, independientemente de sus características, necesidades y posibilidades.

Buenísimos actores tienen en este colegio. Interpretaron, con mucha gracia y salero, un fragmento deGanas de reñir”, de los Hermanos Álvarez Quintero, y el que no se rió fue porque no quiso porque desde luego ellos le pusieron arte y sobre todo mucha memoria. ¡Menuda interpretación podréis ver próximamente en nuestro canal de YouTube! De momento os dejamos algunas fotografías tomadas de Alfonso Marías y Rebeca Jiménez, Lighting 2 students.


Go the things we are learning in Cole TV thanks to the participation of the Aragonese schools!

This time he has visited the CEIP Antonio Beltran Martinez, located in the neighborhood of Delicias Zaragoza, after whose recording we felt a little more citizens of the world than before. Morocco, Gabon, Ghana, Romania… students of the last courses of this school made travel to all these countries we, cradle of their parents or themselves. Culture, gastronomy and of course different languages, in which, with perfect accent, They told us a lot of interesting things, different and enriching.

And it is that multiculturalism is one of the hallmarks of this school. What duties is not something specific to this center but it is the concern of many schools throughout our region and beyond. So they decided to use their time to debate their arguments for and against the work at home. I also did as true professionals. And is that they have experience in this communication because, among other things, They have a radio project at school: “Come Together Radio”, as we counted in presentation.

For the section “,” also they came well prepared, with a successful costume who completed the students of IES Santiago Hernandez with his work in hair and makeup: María Moliner, Agustina de Aragon, Francisco de Goya and Manuel Jalón (the inventor of the mop) were some of the characters who paraded through our live set and interviewed by one of the students. They may be some of these costumes and many more things in the photographs taken by Patricia Trasobares and Christian Lorenz, Lighting 2 students.


The town of Zaragoza Belchite is famous throughout the world for having been the scene of bloody battles during the Spanish Civil War. Test still standing from those dark days are crumbling buildings, a horizon apart and that Belchite Viejo young and old of the town know so well.

scholars, tourists and even filmmakers have made those ruins the object of their analyzes, memories and images under the watchful eye of its inhabitants. Its importance could not be ignored for school at his school, el Youth, and it was precisely this matter the reason for discussion during his participation in Cole Television. For and against the different uses of Belchite Viejo, the students were scoring accurate center and interesting reflections arguments that we enjoy in your program.

No less remarkable was his Faldriquera, this voluntary part where everything fits. But no group of dancers go in Belchite! For this section dared to take a tour of the dances and music from the years 70 until today: rock and roll, Charleston, hip hop And till break dance. The audience was with us, the students of 1st International Trade in our center, and they left palms of both gorges clapping and cheering.

We also accompanied Claudia Ramos, alumna of upper Communicative Mediation, who explained to our young presenters systems exist to communicate with the deaf and the deaf-blind, which they are some of the contents that are discussed in this cycle of IES Maria Moliner.

On this occasion, The photographs were taken by Alejandro Murillo and Sandra lasobras, 2nd Lighting. And the catering, by pupils of CPIFP Movera, delicious and spectacular as ever. This time we were treated to some tasty and huge chocolate tresses which, Of course, It was not even a.

With the recording of the CEIP program Belchite Belia overcome the Cole Ecuador television this course. After the Easter holiday break will resume our programs, specifically with CEIP Antonio Beltran Martinez de Zaragoza.


They raised him in the debate: “let's talk about the differences between a small school in a small town, and a large cole in a big city”. And they debated intensely, with respect for all opinions and raising his hand to ask to speak to the moderator… even in moments “tense”, orderly and well-justified arguments. Each gave his reasons, all very successful, but if something does tip the balance towards smaller centers is that, as in the case of CEIP Santa Engracia, are students, students, teachers and families who make extremely large.
The school is precisely in Santa Engracia, the town that bears its name, hamlet of Tauste, in the region of the Cinco Villas zaragozanas. They explained that it is a municipality of colonization of barely half a century of life and that the school is composed of 18 Infant and Primary School, who worked long and hard with his “profes” to offer a spectacular program. A note also the collaboration of mothers and fathers of cole, who helped in the design and development of a stage like few have seen Cole Television: even a fireplace!
For section “the "Mi trabajo es seguro" section” They have offered us a very interesting topic: women workers in rural areas. Interview after interview, We have seen firsthand the security measures employing different professionals in their respective sectors: agriculture, commercial, livestock or automotive, among other.
For “,” counted with the presence of some very special yayos thanks to the dedication of the students of IES Santiago Hernández, they got to school age a few decades with their hair and makeup techniques. The warmth of home and the wisdom of a very salty yayo and yaya much memory we learn how Santa Engracia was born and how it evolved with the arrival of new families, companies and their school, among others.
With these and other interesting sections, Santa Engracia leave us a fun and spontaneous but very worked and a television aesthetic program. Soon we will see on our YouTube channel but for now you can guess by the pictures of Cristina Castán and Irina Gracia, Top grade students Lighting.


Great program which the students of CEIP La Estrella de Zaragoza prepared: a policy debate as “animal”, a “,” poetic and “Wi, we, we” the most moved. But go to parties.

Presenting her school was the most original. These boys and girls have great talent for interpretation, and we showed staging a very common situation: a family interested in enrolling their children in a school. And so, Thanks to this scene, we learned that you are a bilingual French center featuring native teachers, they are also a large school that has two buildings, and have library, garden and even open on holidays.

In this cole they are very concerned with the care and treatment of animals. The discussion focused precisely on them, and specifically on two controversial issues around them. So, They outlined the reasons, for and against, the appearance of animals in the circus and other shows, although they also discussed the holding or no pet at home. yes, a debate was very polite and well moderated. Also one of its advertisements versa revolves around this issue. In particular is raising a plea for children and adults think twice before adopting an animal, because sometimes they end up in the protective unowned and unloved. Very interesting what they have told us.

Miguel Servet, Pilar Lorengar, Francisco de Goya and Isabel Zapata, among others, They talked among rhymes, which it is a way of learning that attracts us and encourages us.

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brilliant pianist


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And what about your section in English? Well, we did dance and sing to the rhythm of the Waka-waka. Certainly a great program that we can soon enjoy our YouTube channel. Meanwhile you can see some photographs taken by the students of 2nd Lighting and Silvia Catalán Gimeno Saray.







Cosuenda, Encinacorba, Paniza and Aguarón. Are the four municipalities whose students come to Grouped Rural College (CRA) ECA, and whose initials gave the name of your school, physically located in Paniza. But the name has a double meaning. And in the area there are beautiful strains and large vineyards belonging to the region of Cariñena, famous for its excellent wines.

These and many other things we learned while recording his students have done in Cole Television. And they also learned a lot. For example, people need to communicate and we can do it in very different ways. We explained using sign language Sandra ATUE, alumna of upper Communicative Mediation IES María Moliner.

By section “,”, we had on our plate to the famous pianist Pilar Bayona, whose family came from Cosuenda. And Dona Maria Moliner, our illustrious philologist and lexicographer more, it was natural Paniza. And Marin Bosqued, painter of famous artists, politicians and writers throughout and wide, that is born in Aguarón.

And for the English section, We accompanied many well-known figures like David Beckham with his hair fashion; William Shakespeare, reciting his famous phrase “Brexit or not Brexit”; singer Freddie Mercury or, he did sing the public and students of the links developed there their technical tasks. Students like zowy Voeten and Pedro Street, 2nd Lighting, they were responsible for taking the pictures below there. The remaining sections will see in your program, soon on our Youtube channel.





Great program that we will see soon in our YouTube channel thanks to school college Catherine of Aragon Zaragoza. Students have used their participation in TV and exit Cole that made snow during the White Week to tell, very graphically, enjoyable and educational how to enjoy winter sports without risk and safely. We can see it in your section “the "Mi trabajo es seguro" section”.

No less amusing is his “Faldriquera”, for which they have rehearsed and coordinated a lot of students from school in a perfectly choreographed dance and recorded at its center. They note that dance like this because in our classroom-stage they tested our students Video Disc Jockey and enjoyed all of the cute.

And on the set, but in English, They explained some scrumptious recipes. In the section “,”, school made us enjoy with their theatrical representation of the legend of Princess Pirene, the monster Geryon, the hero Hercules and the myth of the creation of the Pyrenees. To highlight the great work of the girls hair and makeup IES Santiago Hernández here.

And until we can show you the final program, You can whet your appetite with some of the photographs taken by the students of 2nd Lighting Patricia Blasco and Eduardo Benavente. Next Tuesday we received the CRA La Cepa de Paniza (Zaragoza).



CEIP Bílbilis Augusta Calatayud (Zaragoza) has opened the season recordings innovation program Television CPIFP Cole Links, which will take place during this quarter, for the fifth consecutive year, with the collaboration of CPIFP Movera, IES IES Santiago Hernández and María Moliner.

Bílbilis Augusta is one of the six existing schools in zaragozana, who come daily 560 students attending 40 teachers. The center is located near the sports center, It is facilitating the practice of sports to school like swimming in the heated pool. These were some of the things they told us during the recording Cole has released the TV this course, and it starred students in Primary 6. But he also explained to us how important it is for them music, since they have no less than two choirs, one formed by alumni and other, newly created, composed of smaller. We were also told that they are delighted with the digital skills they are acquiring through its cole, since the center itself facilitates email accounts for class assignments, submit jobs from the cloud or respond to questionnaires through Socrative (a free platform to record the responses sent from the school computer in real time).

The debate was moderated and perfectly despite the sensitivity of the topic they chose (tauromaquia yes or no), we must recognize that education and passed with absolute respect for each others comments. Section for foreign language chose English. O, rather, in perfect English because the pronunciation of these boys and girls is outstanding.

We do not want to advance much more but the photographs taken by the students of 2nd Lighting, Rubén Andrés and Naiara Baroque, you can see the care with which represented the section "Aragon on the board". We visited San Roque, Calatayud pattern, but Alfonso I of Aragon, Dolores or composer and conductor Pascual Marquina. If you want to know what relationship they have with the city all have to wait to see your program in our YouTube channel. Meanwhile, We continue to work to receive the second participant, CEIP Catherine of Aragon.