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Firstly, it helps with

Firstly, it helps with time management. Working online reduces the time they spend doing research and making their projects. That leaves them with free time that they have to learn to manage. What they do with that time it's up to them. Secondly, the pupils that are more advanced on their knowledge have the chance to do simple research on their tablets or the class computer and learn more. Also, they can help their classmates with peer tutoring using the knowledge the learn. In addition, the Internet is a very helpful tool that our teachers know and use daily to communicate with you, the parents. Using the school webpage and the class facebook page, the teachers share the activities they did at class with pictures of the children without showing their faces, of course. Moreover, the teachers share more personal information about your child with you through the WhatsApp group and personal conversations using that App. In conclusion, new technologies are very useful in education and are essential in today's world. Computers, tablets and mobile phones are a part of your children's life at home and it should be a part of their lives at school. CRISTINA EQUIZA SÁNCHEZ

RECIPE OF THE BIRTHDAY CAKE The 11th of November was the birthday of two classmates and, taking advantage of the opportunity, we made a great chocolate cake. We asked the cooks permission and they told us that there was no problem if we wanted to cook in the school kitchen. It was a great day and the kids had a great time. But the best moment was when the children ate the cake. Most of the kids ended up with chocolate-stained faces and there was not one piece of cake left over. In view of the success that it had, we attach here the recipe of the cake if someone wants to make it at home. The measures of the ingredients are to make a cake for four people. Ingredients: 1 glass of sugar 4 eggs 2 tablespoon of vanilla extract 1 glass of oil 2 teaspoon of butter 8 tablespoon of cocoa Directions: - Pre heat your oven to 250 degrees. - Combine all the dry and wet ingredients in a bowl and whisk together until well combined. - Put the dough into a cake-pan.