School e-zine launched

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This slideshow was used to share the publication of a bilingual e-zine created by the students and teachers of the English Department at "Instituto Santa Cruz" (BA, Argentina), to celebrate the school's 50th anniversary.
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Presentación utilizada en la presentación de la revista digital bilingüe realizado por los alumnos y docentes del departamento de inglés del nivel medio del "Instituto Santa Cruz" (BA, Argentina), en ocasión del 50º aniversario de la escuela.

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  • I´m very proud of our E-ZINE. It demanded lots of work !!!! But it was worth it! Thanks to all the teachers and students who took part in it!
    We were a great team!!!!!
    Silvia Orden
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  • Gracias chicos por tanto esfuerzo, disposición y trabajo! Siempre estuvieron al lado nuestro con una sonrisa y buena onda!
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School e-zine launched

  1. 1. OUR STAFFand… 1st to 5th year students!
  2. 2. CONTENTS•EDITOR’S LETTER•DOSSIER: Father Carlos O’Leary – our founder•LOOKING BACK: the history of “San Cristóbal”•“THE WAY WE SEE IT”: our students’ voices• “THE WAY IT USED TO BE”: memories ofretired members of our staff•FIRST STUDENTS… THEN STAFFMEMBERS!: stories of students who then worked atour school•“ALWAYS IN OUR HEARTS”: messages fromour ex-students
  3. 3. EDITOR’SLETTER
  4. 4. The history of “San Cristobal”
  5. 5. San Juan y Boedo antiguo, esquina sureste (aprox 1935)Fotografía tomada por el equipo de fotógrafos de la Dirección de Paseos de la Municipalidad de laCiudad de Buenos Aires, coloreada por el fotocromista Mario Buccino. Disponible en:http://www.buenosairesantiguo.com.ar/FOTOS%20DEL%20MES/sept2006-2gr.jpg
  6. 6. Puesto de diarios.Los vecinos se acercaban paraconocer las primicias. El canillitaanunciaba los titulares.
  7. 7. Carro lechero recorriendo el barrio, a principios del siglo XX.
  8. 8. Un organillerotrabajando en unaesquina de nuestrobarrio, a principiosdel siglo XX.
  9. 9. Conversations with a Passsionist Father Bernardo Hughes
  10. 10. Meeting a member of the Irish communityMs Marcela Reidor (+)
  11. 11. Memories of retired members of our staff
  12. 12. Memories of a deardoorkeeper Rosita
  13. 13. Memories of a primary school teacherMs Lucía Marinelli
  14. 14. Memories ofa high school teacher Ms Mónica Planella
  15. 15. Memories of Religion teachersMs Marta della Rolle Mr Rafael Tesoro
  16. 16. Mr Emiliano Cannarella
  17. 17. Our teachers and counsellors remember…Ms Gabriela Pernas Ms Vanesa Caprari Ms Patricia Bardelli Ms Marina Enrico
  18. 18. Mr Alejandro Güena
  19. 19. In his letter, L ucas Santonja, an ex student at Santa Cruz,tells us about his life in another country (New Zealand) and givespieces of advice for current high school students. First of all, he remembers how he found in Santa Cruz thesupport that he could only have received from his family. Then, hedevotes some lines to discussing how important it is for studentsalways to follow their dreams.. Lucas with his brother Guido, and sisters… 3 of them are members of Santa Cruz community! 
  20. 20. Find our magazine online at:http://tinyurl.com/crossroads12Leave you comments, and share withfriends and relatives!Thanks for your attention!

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