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By Barbara Chalamanch, Laia Escudé and Teresa Fornons, 2nd of ESO


Last Saturday, we made a theatre play called “No tot són flors entre Roses i Clavells”.

We made it to get money for our final course travel. And we got a lot of money.

It was a “bodeville” and a humorous play too, people laughed a lot. It was about two sisters that stole the boyfriend to each other.

It took us a lot of time to prepare it; we have rehearsed it since the last course with the help of the manager, our Catalan teacher Agustí.

But the actors and the actresses aren’t only who have worked in this play, because all the other people in our course have helped us.

It was very successful; many people came to see us.
We are very happy because the people who came told us that it was amusing.

We were very happy too because it was our first experience and it was great!!!!

Nasi Portet, 4th ESO


On Carnival Day part of the students of 2nd of ESO made a party.
The party was in the garage of one of the student’s house. We ate pizza, chips, cheese, bread with tomato…, and we listened to music and danced.
It was very funny, 5 girls wore a black dress and painted their faces on white, 4 or 5 boys wore a mask or other things and the rest didn’t disguised.
After dinner, we went to a square and met with other people, angels, devils, cows…Everybody was wearing a fancy dress.
After an hour people returned to their houses but some others went to the disco.

If you want to see us go to the following site

Mariona Canal - 2nd of ESO


St David's Day is celebrated in Wales on 1 March, in honour of St David (Dewi Sant), the patron saint of Wales. He was a Celtic monk, abbot and bishop, who lived in the sixth century. He spread the word of Christianity across Wales.

The most famous story about Saint David tells how he was preaching to a huge crowd and the ground is said to have risen up, so that he was standing on a hill and everyone had a better chance of hearing him.
St David's Day is commemorated by the wearing of daffodils or leeks. Both plants are traditionally regarded as national emblems.

On St David's Day, some children in Wales dress in their national costume, which consists of a tall black hat, white frilled cap and long dress. The national flag of Wales, depicting a fiery red dragon (Y Ddraig Goch) against a green and white background, is also flown.


Karneval ist ein typisches Fest. Alle Schulen feiern es in Catalunya besonders in der Grundschule. Im Kindergarten zB verkleiden die Kinder als Sonne, Pflanze, Sterne .... . Im Hauptschule oder Gymnasiums gehen die Mädchen und Jungen mit Kostümen und Masken auf der Strasse lieber. Zur Zeit ist Karneval ein Fest herausgehen mit den Freunden. Aber das beste für mich ist verkleiden von fremde Sache.
Es gibt Karneval in viele Länder aus der Welt. Ein sehr bekant is in Venedig, Italien. In Catalunya der Karneval von Sitges ist sehr berühmt auch.

Von Gerard Alonso Rubiño aus 3. ESO


Am 2. und am 9. Februar, IES La Pobla de Segur ist nach Espot gegangen um Schi fahren. Wir wachen sehr baldig auf, weil wir in den Pisten um zehn Uhr sein müssen. Alle Schüler und Schülerinen müssen einen Schikurs machen. Wir amüsieren sehr. Am ersten Tag gab es nicht viel Schnee, und ausserdem war er harsch, aber am 9. gab es Neuschnee, der in der früheren Nacht gafallen ist. Immerhin Niemand macht Schmerz. Nur ein Mädchen am ersten Tag brach einen Arm. Wir haben viel Spass gehabt, und sind sehr müde, aber sehr froh auch nach Pobla züruckgekommen .

Von Gerard Alonso und Úrsula Bertran



1. I can be myself when I am with you.
2. Your idea of romance is dim lights, soft music, and just the two of us.
3. Because you make me feel like I have never felt before.
4. I can tell you anything, and you won't be shocked.
5.Your undying faith is what keeps the flame out of love alive.
6. You and me together, we can make magic.
7. We're a perfect match.
8. Thinking of you, fills me with a wonderful feeling.
9. Your love gives me the feeling, that the best is still ahead.
10. You never give up on me, and that's what keeps me going.
11. You are simply irresistible.
12. I love you because you bring the best out of me.
13. Your terrific sense of humor.
14. Every time I look at you, my heart misses a beat.
15. You're the one who holds the key to my heart.
16. You always say what I need to hear (You are perfect).
17. You have taught me the true meaning of love.
18. Love is, what you mean to me - and you mean everything.
19. You are my theme for a dream.
20. I have had the time of my life and I owe it all to you.
21. And, of course, your intelligence, 'cause you were smart enough to fall in love with me winking


This school year our class of 2nd Batxillerat is working on a project that refers to our past, to the period between the last years of our Civil War 1938 and the arrival of the democracy in 1978. We have had the back of the Generalitat de Catalunya and of our Town Hall. The whole experience has been wisely guided and assessed by Manel Dalmau (a documentarist) and our teacher of History Ramon Jordana. We have divided the class in six groups and each group did a documentary about a different story. First, with the History teacher, we carried out a research to know what life was like in those far away years. Afterwards we learnt how to make a film with Manel. He taught us how to handle a professional camera, how to set a film, how to write a script, etc. We saw and analyse many films too, to know the different things we could do. We had a limit of only 10 minutes for each story, and the six stories will make a film of one hour. The stories are: The Last Photography, Café Afternoons , The Missing People’s Labyrinth, Sex in Difficult Times, Sixteen and Already a Soldier, and Imperfect Triangle. We are going to present it in March in the cinema of our town, and then in Salamanca, Madrid, Valencia, and there is the possibility of showing it in Colombia. We have worked a lot during the first and part of the second term, but we have learnt and enjoyed it a lot, and now we are very proud of our work and we hope the people in our town will enjoy it too.

Below you can listen to a song that represented a whole generation of Catalans that lived throughout that time.


Welcome to the first post of Pallarsworld Magazine. This is a magazine created by students and teachers of the foreign languages department at IES La Pobla de Segur.

It tends to be an open window to share the work done in our department by our students.


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