They say that in the mid-nineteenth century, a bandit nicknamed "The Cockroach" went the region of Los Monegros along with his cronies stealing and robbing what they could to right and left. Some say that robbed the rich to give to the poor, although the story is not entirely clear. What it is clear is that the students of CEIP Santiago Apostle Grañén did spend a great morning yesterday by participating in the "Cole Television". Y, so we were told, They also enjoyed the experience of making a television program that "encouragement and lessons" take.
In the section "Aragon on the board" we talked about that bandit, "The Cockroach", and they told us very interesting stories about this curious character of its region. We also recalled that Grañén is a village lucky because he has won the lottery several times and that "has made us quite famous". But they also have more luck things, for example, to have near the beautiful Laguna de Sariñena, The Gabarda and other tiny towns but with so much charm like yours, as Poleñino, Sodeto the Callen.
Of course they told us about their "cole", a center 125 students and 16 teachers, health promoting school, committed to their environment and entrepreneurship as the kids in fifth and sixth school cooperatives develop pathways through which manufacture different products.
For block foreign language, Grañén students chose English poems of Richard MacWilliam on the moon, Sun, the stars ... and those reasons, Aesthetic the students of IES Santiago Hernandez had the opportunity to show off to make a decorative make-ups of the most spectacular.
The debate was very interesting, well documented and better argued. A team considered important the use of mobile and computer, while the other was not so clear and argued for a more restricted use of new technologies for the benefit of other possibilities for leisure. An eternal dilemma among youth and adolescents today.
In "The faldriquera" We had opportunity to listen to accompany a folk song with nothing more and nothing less than 18 children with their recorders, but we could also see them dance a modern song for which they gave their all, and before going we were thrilled when three of the students sang us a jot.