Este es un blog dedicado a mis alumnos/as del IES Profesor Tierno Galván de La Rambla, en el que voy a recoger todas las actividades que os puedan ser útiles para la mejor comprensión de las Ciencias Sociales bilingüe.
Tuesday, 22 April 2014
KERMIT AND THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA
Sesame Street: Kermit News: Columbus
Transcription ANNOUNCER: We take you now to Kermit the Frog for another fast-breaking news story. KERMIT THE FROG: Hey, make mine with anchovies and pepperoni, hm? Oh.Ahem.Hi-ho! Kermit the Frog here, of Sesame Street News. And I'm speaking to you today from Spain, where Christopher Columbus is about to set sail to discover America.And I think I see Christopher Columbus coming here now. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: [SINGING]Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream-- KERMIT THE FROG: Pardon me, sir. Excuse me, Christopher. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Oh? KERMIT THE FROG: Kermit the Frog here, of Sesame Street News. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Oh! KERMIT THE FROG: And I was wondering if I could ask you a couple questions. Just wondering-- how is it that you intend to do that which you are planning to do here today? I mean, like, how are you going to discover America, hm? CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Oh, well, I'm gonna sail across the ocean in them there three boats. See? KERMIT THE FROG: Uh-huh, you got three boats. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: There's one. KERMIT THE FROG: One. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: That's two. KERMIT THE FROG: Two. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Then there's another boat over here. That's three. KERMIT THE FROG: Yeah, three boats. Well, that certainly sounds like a good plan, sir. I wish you well on it. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Well, thanks a lot. But say, what time is it? KERMIT THE FROG: Oh, it's about 1492. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Oh, listen, if I'm going to discover America, I gotta get going. KERMIT THE FROG: OK. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Avast there, mateys. Hoist the mainsail, belay the jibber-jabber, and jettison the supercargo. MAN: Bye-bye. MAN: Bye, everybody. WOMAN: Bye-bye. MAN: Bye-bye. WOMAN: Oh, bye. KERMIT THE FROG: Oh, there it goes. Look at that. There goes the first boat. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Hope they didn't forget the pizza. KERMIT THE FROG: OK, well, listen, Christopher. You had three boats. And you take away one boat, and that leaves two boats, right? CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Right. KERMIT THE FROG: Because three take away one leaves two. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: That's right. And we've got to get the other one out right now. [INAUDIBLE] the mizzenmast. Swab down the poop deck! Starboard, aft, port, bow! MAN: Bye-bye, everybody. WOMAN: Bye-bye. Bye-bye. Be good now. MAN: Bye-bye. WOMAN: Bye-bye. KERMIT THE FROG: Well, there goes another boat there. Wow. Now, you had two boats, and you take away one boat. And that leaves one boat. Because two take away one leaves one. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: Right you are. Listen, I've got to go before the other boat leaves. KERMIT THE FROG: OK. This is a very exciting moment, folks. And remember you saw it first on Sesame Street. CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: All ashore that's going ashore. Engines full ahead. Red sails in the sunset. KERMIT THE FROG: Uh, Christopher! Mr. Columbus! Hey, a boat is still tied to the dock. [WOOD CREAKING] CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS: What? KERMIT THE FROG: I said, a boat is still tied to the dock. [WOOD CREAKING] KERMIT THE FROG: This is Kermit the Frog, on his way to discovering America. WOMAN: Bye, froggy. Bye, frog. Have a good trip, froggy. MAN: Bye, frog. WOMAN: Bye, frog. Oh, isn't that exciting? Let's go see what other ships are sailing. [? MAN: Other end of ?] the street. WOMAN: OK.