This part of our blog consists on posing challenges about art, travelling, history, geography, sciences... in order to encourage our students searching, reading and studying with the help of the internet. Different forms of challenges: 
  •  Connect: the student must write a short repport that shows the connection among  four or five elements given in the instructions.
  • In common: the student must find at least one thing in common to link two words or names given in the instructions.
  • Magic Word: the student must find out a secret famous name by combining the first letters of differents words resultant of several questions.
  • Waypoint: the student must find the exact place in a city, town or area where the element shown in the instructions is.
1. Connect:

+  Paget   +  asteroide 9569   +  Q. Matsys 

+  "Alice's adventures in Wonderland"

2. Magic Wordit's a former president's pet name of South Africa.

  • First letter of  a film directed by Clint Eastwood and starring by Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon.
  • First letter of the racial segregation system enforced through legislation by the National Party (NP) government from 1948 to 1994 in South Africa (x2)
  • First letter of a big city founded by the son of King Tyrrhenius of Tuscany and Mantua.
  • First letter of a city with the following coordenates: 29° 51′ 0″ S, 31° 1′ 0″ E (WGS)
  • First letter of a two wheel vehicle that the British group "The Queen" repeats in one of its songs written by its vocal leader Freddie Mercury

        Magic Word: __  __  __  __  __  __ 

3. In common:  

the American actor


 the Spanish sculptor

4. Waypoint: where can you find this indication? (different answers)

5. Magic Word: Whose's this piece of picture?

  • First letter of what you have to mind in London's underground before you get into the "tube"
  • First letter for the main pavilion and icon of the World Fair of Brussels in 1958, commonly called Expo 58
  • First letter of a town founded by James Robertson, John Donelson, and a party of Overmountain Men in 1779
  • First letter of a town whose name comes from the word "strait" in French 

Magic Word: __  __  __  __  __  __


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