Thursday, May 27, 2010

level 5. Unit 2 Worldlink

Welcome to Unit 2 for your level 5.

These are the contents of this unit:

Topic: Food
Vocabulary: Adjectives describing foods; restaurants experiences
Grammar: The comparative and superlative form of adjectives.
 Functions: Offering and Suggesting

Unit 2 Bk 2-Presentation

A. Topic: Food
Talking about food and the food we like

Describing Food: Write a food description:

My favorite food is Tacos.  This is a popular Mexican dish.  It is hot and spicy.  It has yellow corn shells.  They are filled with meat, cheese, tomatoes, and salsa.  We eat it with our hands.  It is a popular summer meal in Canada.

Answer these questions:
What type of food is it?, How does it taste?, Is is a hot/cold food?, What is in it?, How do you eat it?, When do you eat it?

Now, it's your turn to describe your favorite dish..

More Exercises:
Adjectives for Describing Food
Food taste, international food English vocabulary, printable worksheets
World food text maze and comprehension exercise

B. A conversation: Offering and Suggesting
Read the following conversation about offering and suggesting food

Maria: Where do you wat to go for dinner?
Jose: I don't know. Why don't we go yo the pizza place on the corner?
Maria: Pizza again? I don't like their pizza. It's too spicy.
Jose: You are right. It's spicier than the pizza at Pizza House.
Maria: Well, I still want to go out tonight. How about the new Japanese restaurant downtown?
Jose: OK! Let's go!

Now, it's your turn .. write and practice a conversation like tis with your classmate.

C. Grammar: Why don’t we - How about 
Formula                                                 Verb Form
Why don't we go to a restaurant?             Use the base form of the verb in a question
We could go to a restaurant.                     Use the base form of the verb in a statement
Let's go to a restaurant.                             Use the base form of the verb with 'let's'
What about going to a restaurant?            Use the '-ing' form of the verb in a question
How about going to a restaurant?             Use the '-ing' form of the verb in a question
I suggest we go to a restaurant.                 Use suggest object verb in the base form in a statement.

D: Grammar Comparative form of Adjectives
    * one-syllable adjectives (clean, new, cheap)
    * two-syllable adjectives ending in -y or -er (easy, happy, pretty, dirty, clever)
  • Adjectives have inflections. That is, adjectives change in spelling according to how they are used in a sentence.
  • Adjectives have three forms: positive, comparative, and superlative.
  • The simplest form of the adjective is its positive form. When two objects or persons are being compared, the comparative form of the adjective is used. When three or more things are being compared, we use the adjective’s superlative form.
  • A few adjectives, like good and bad form their comparatives with different words: That is a good book. This is a better book. Which of the three is the best book? He made a bad choice. She made a worse choice. They made the worst choice of all.
  • The comparative forms of most adjectives, however, are formed by adding the suffixes: -er and -est, or by placing the words more and most in front of the positive form.
adjectives of three or more syllables (and two-syllable adjectives not ending in -y/-er)

Exercise on Comparison of Adjectives (5 random adjectives)
Exercise on Comparison of Adjectives (comparative, superlative)

Here we have another video to practice listening to songs..


1. design a collage with different kind of foods and describe then. use adjectives to describe food. You can create a slide show.. ( or Use images and text.
2. Writing: Restaurant review
Choose two restaurants and compare then. Use comparatives and superlatives. Describe the food. talk about prices, location, and service.

Level 5. Unit 1 Worldlink

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

FIFA World Cup 2010 K'naan & David Bisbal - Waving Flag + Lyrics On Screen

Well, we are almost there... The World Cup is about to start... According to Wikipedia...

The 2010 FIFA World Cup will be the 19th FIFA World Cup, the premier international football tournament. It is scheduled to take place between 11 June and 11 July 2010 in South Africa. The 2010 FIFA World Cup will be the culmination of a qualification process that began in August 2007 and involved 204 of the 208 FIFA national teams. As such, it matches the 2008 Summer Olympics as the sports event with the most competing nations.
This will be the first time that the tournament has been hosted by an African nation, after South Africa beat Morocco and Egypt in an all-African bidding process. This decision left the Oceania Football Confederation as the only confederation yet to host the FIFA World Cup. Italy are the defending champions. The draw for the finals took place on 4 December 2009 in Cape Town.

This is the English/Spanish version of the official song for the cup... Enjoy it.. I think is brilliant...and the message is wonderful.. I specially like the first stanza:

Give me freedom
Give me fire
Give me reason
Take me higher
See the champions
Take the field now
You’ll be fighters
Make us feel proud

I will be rooting for my favorite team... Brazil!!!!! what about you? who will you be rooting for?

Let's us know...and Keep o shining Love and Peace!

Monday, May 24, 2010

Level 4. Unit 8

World Link Book 1, Unit 7
Learning Objectives

Things to do and to Say

People I admire
I admire firefighters. Their job is dangerous but they’re not afraid. They’re very brave

Giving opinions about movies
That was a good movie
A: What’s your favorite movie?
B: The matrix
A: Who’s the hero in that movie?
B: Neo is. But I like Morpheus better.
A: Why?
B: He was Neo’s teacher and he was a brave, strong fighter.

Agreeing and disagreeing
A: I think the matrix is a good movie.
B: Yeah, I agree.
C: Sorry, but I disagree. In my opinion…

Today’s heroes
A: Do you know any heroes?
B: Yes, Bono is my hero.
A: Who’s he?
C: He’s a singer and a songwriter with the band U2. He also helps the poor and homeless, and works for world peace.

Grammar points to practice...

The past tense of Be
       was-wasn't / were – weren’t
I was on vacations last month.
I wasn't at home last night.

Yes-no questions
Were you born in Mexico?
No, I wasn’t. I was born in Maracaibo.

Wh- questions
Where were you born?
I was born in Maracaibo.
Why was Marie Curie famous?
She was the first person to win a Nobel Prize twice.

Simple Past
Regular verbs
I visited Los Andes  last week.
I didn’t work last week

1. Look at the following model:


* Chose a famous hero from the past and tell why you admire that person. Write three important things the person did during his or her life.
* Chose a famous hero from the present and tell why you admire that person. Write three important things the person have done during his or her life.
* Chose a hero from your family and tell why you admire that person. Write three important things the person has done or did during his or her life.
* Chose a famous hero from your community and tell why you admire that person. Write three important things the person  has done or did during his or her life.
* Chose a famous hero from the movies and tell why you admire that person. Write three important things the person did during his or her life.
* Chose a hero from the cartoons and tell why you admire that character. Write three important things the character does.

2. Read the following text:

What’s a hero? 

A hero doesn’t necessarily need to be photographed or written about in the newspapers.
A hero doesn’t need to be interviewed on TV or be recorded for posterity.
A heroic act doesn’t need to be measured by other people’s subjective interpretations.
A hero doesn’t necessarily need to make a big noise, or expect huge applause, or endless gratitude.
A hero can do something heroic, something momentous, something that will save lives -  yet no-one will know what he did, or what it took to do it.  Or at most, a handful will know.
A hero is someone who does something heroic quietly, away from public eyes, away from public scrutiny.
A hero is someone who does something selfless, instantly, as a given.  And either seldom talks about it, or downplays it, or never discusses it.
That’s a hero.  The one who does something, and then carries on with his life as a regular human being, knowing that he has touched a few lives anyway.  If thanked along the way, that’s very special and always appreciated.

About the Author

Beba Papakyriakou (BA; BA Honours, Psychology)

Now, do ou agree with this author? what's your opinion? what's a hero?. Use some of this words to describe what's a hero for you:

10 Characteristics of a Hero

A real hero is someone who faces everyday challenges bravely and lives with a smile despite problems and shortcomings. Listed here are the 10 most prominent hero characteristics.

Bravery: "You can't be brave if you've had only wonderful things happen to you." ~ Mary Tyler More: This is the most important characteristic of a hero. You have to be brave to stand up and fight.
Courage: "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts" ~ Winston Churchill: You need the courage to fight a situation no matter how bad it is. Heroes have the fear of losing but they also have the courage to drive away that fear.
Determination: "The difference between the impossible and possible lies in a man's determination." ~ Tommy Lasorda: When you have the determination to fight something, no matter how weak you are, you will win.
Dedication: "The only tyrant I accept in this world is the 'still small voice' within me." ~ Mahatma Gandhi: Dedication in a task pays off eventually.
Endurance: "Don't pray for lighter burdens, but for stronger backs." ~ Unknown: If you are strong enough to face failure, nothing can stop you from achieving your goal.
Perseverance: "When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on." ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt: When you are persistent, you are bound to be victorious eventually.
Valor: "Where life is more terrible than death, it is then the truest valor to dare to live." ~ Thomas Brown Sr: To be bold enough to stand against the wrong when no one can show true heroism.
Selflessness: "Without selfless service, no one ever receives the fruits of their rewards." ~ Sri Guru Granth Sahib: You have to be selfless in your life to be remembered as a hero.
Sacrifice: "Those things that are precious are saved only by sacrifice." ~ David Kenyon Webster: It is very difficult to make sacrifices but a true hero sacrifices without hesitating.
Humility: "To become truly great, one has to stand with the people, not above them." ~ Charles de Montesquieu. You shouldn't have airs about yourself but be down to earth and humble.
These are some of the main traits of a hero. Read more on list of superheroes.

3. An extra task...

Read the article What Makes a Hero? and look at the videos.. what does the author means in his final words: 

"Essentially, we’re trying to build the social habits of heroes, to build a focus on the other, shifting away from the “me” and toward the “we.” As the poet John Donne wrote: “No man [or woman] is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main; … any man’s death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.”
So every person is part of humanity. Each person’s pulse is part of humanity’s heartbeat. Heroes circulate the life force of goodness in our veins. And what the world needs now is more heroes—you. It’s time to take action against evil"

Taken from: 

Level 4. Unit 7

Making changes in your life

I need a change
A: I want to get in shape
B: You should join a gym to lose weight.

Borrowing things: making and responding to requests

A: Can I borrow $ 20?
B: sure, here you go.
    I’m sorry but…….

Bad habits
I bite my nails
I spend too much money
I eat a lot of junk food

Bad qualities
I’m messy
I’m lazy
I’m late all the time

Plans and Dreams
Graduation Plans

I want to move to NY city
My goal is to get a good job
I want to take a break an travel

Like to Vs. Would like to

Like to = Present
I like to visit Los Andes. (it means I enjoy visiting Los Andes)

Would like to = future hope or desire
I’d like to visit Los Andes (It means I want to visit Los Andes)

The future with be going to = plans

A: What are you going to do after you graduate?
B: I’m going to get a job.
A: Are you going to work in Maracaibo?
B: no, I’m going to work in another country.

Life Time dreams
My dream is to be great lawyer
My dream is to make films


1. Write about four things you want to change in your live. Write some suggestions to make your changes happen. Use Should...(use the model on pag. 70 in your textbook)
2. Write sentences about yourself. Use I like to or I'd like to. (exercise C on page 73 in your book)
3. Write about your bad habits and bad qualities and how to change them. (pag. 79)
4. Talk about your plans and dreams after you graduate. Write about what you are going to do (Use the example on pag.79 in your textbook)

Leve 3. Unit 2

In this unit, we practice how to talk about How We Feel...Expressing Yourself.. Body Language and Gestures.



Japanese Gestures
Do you know what these gestures mean?
Do you use these gestures in the country you're in/from?

Hand Gestures

B. Asking how someone is

A. How is it going?
B. Great
ok/ all right
so - so
not so good
Don't ask!

A: How are you doing?
B: I'm fine.
I'm stressed
I'm tired
I'm worried

C. Object pronouns

The task for this unit, it's to make a collage of people dpoing things and expressing themself... Write a paragraph describing  the collage and say how people feels and what they are doing.... Post it in your blog and you can use images, audio or videos to explain 

Level 3. Unit 1

In this unit we learn about describing people..

A. On line friends... exchanging personal information

A: What's your name?
B: My name's Silvia
A: Where are you from?
B: I am from from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
A: Do you speak English?
B: yes, I do. And I also speak Portuguese.
A: How old are you?
B: I'm 18 years old.
A: What do you do?
B: I'm a student.
A: What's your email address?
B: It's
A: What do you do for fun?
B: I like listening to music, going to the movies and travelling.

B. Introducing yourself.. and asking about occupation.

A: My name's Mariana.
B: I's nice to meet you.
A: Nice to meet you, too

A: What do you do?
B: I'm an engineering student.

C. Review of he simple present

C. What does he look like? Describing people.
 Vocabulary building: appearance

Describing people's appearance (practice)

Now, this is a challenge ...Make a video of yourself describing what people look like. You must have pictures of at least 4 different people. Describe what each person looks like.

This is an example...

Have fun.. upload your video to you tube... smiles.

Keep on shining love and peace!

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Level 2. Unit 8

On this unit we learn about Holidays and Celebrations

A. What's the date today?..  the calendar 

A: What's the date today?
B: It's January 1. It's New Year. Happy New Year!!!

Ordinal numbers... a little pronunciation...

B. We also talk about birthdays...and Holiday traditions

A: When is Marty's birthday?
B: I don't know. I think it's on the fourth of July.
A: When is your birthday?
B: My birthday is on November 14th.
A: When were you born?
B: I was born on November 14, 1964

C. Prepositions of time: in and on

A: when were you born?
B: I was born in January.
                     in 1986
                     in the winter.
                     on January first.
Now, watch the following video... It's an excellent practice...

D. We also study .. the use of How long with prepositions of time.

When is the meeting?
It's at 7:00
It's from 7:00 to 9:00

How long is the meeting?
It's from 7:00 to 9:00
It last for two hours.

How long does the meeting last?
It lasts for two hours.
It's two hours long.


A. For this unit.. write a composition about your birthday. Use this (click on the image to se a larger picture):

B: Describe a local and an international celebration. Use this (click on the image to se a larger picture):

* Post your work in your blog. Include images, audio, videos.. and have fun.

Level 2. Unit 7. Time and Schedules

Unit 7. Time and Schedules

A. In this unit we learn to tell the time. Look at the following example:
What time is it?

1.   A. Excuse me. Can you tell me the time, please?
      B. Yes, of course. It's seven o'clock.
      A. Thank you.
      B. No problem.

2.  A. What time is it?
     B. It's half past three.
    A. Thanks.
    B. You're welcome.

Now.. watch the following video:

B. Also we talk about making suggestions... Using Let's

A: Let's see the new Star Wars movie..
B: Hmm.. I don't really want to see that.
A: Then let's see The Lord of the Rings III
B: OK. That sounds good!

C. We learn about days of the week

Days of the week

Listen to Tom talking about the days of the week. 


Now, answer the following questions:

What's Tom's favorite day of the week?

What does he do on his favorite day of the week?

What about  you? What's your favorite day of the week? what do you do on that day? 

Go to and create your own talking avatar..

D. We learn the Prepositions of Time: in / on / at

Prepositions are short words (on, in, to) that usually stand in front of nouns (sometimes also in front of gerund verbs).

Look at the following short conversation:
A: When is your class?
B: It's on Monday.
          on Monday Morning.
          at 8 o'clock.
          in the morning.

Here you can find more information on Prepositions of time ad exercises:
# Exercise on Prepositions – Time 1
# Exercise on Prepositions – Time 2

E. We also talked about .....Weekend Activities ...

A: What do you do on the weekend?
B: I like to go to the movies and work out at the gym.
A: Now, what about dear reader?

Expand your vocabulary: weekend routines

F. Finally we practice a little making questions in the simple present with Wh-questions:What, Where, Who, When

A: Where do you live?
B: I live in London.
A: What do you do on the weekend?
B: I go out with friends.
A: Who do you live with?
B: I live with my parents.
A: When do you go to school?
B: I go to school everyday from Monday to Friday.

This is a video to help you remember the WH- Questions!!!

Homework for this unit.

To practide dictation:

A. Looks at the following model about Carlos' week.

Carlos's Schedule

"I have a busy week. On Monday morning,  I have maths class at 7:00 am. In the afternoon I go to the gym at 3:00 pm. On tuesday, I have study group with my friends Miguel and Jose at noon. Wednesday afternoon, I have a doctor's apointment at 2:45 pm. In the evening, I watch Doctor House at 7:00 pm. It's my favorite TV program. ......"

Now it's your turn.....

Draw a chart with the schedule of your weekdays activities and your weekend activities.
Include the time and the days of the week you do different things in the morning, afternoon and evening. Next explain your schedule in a paragraph. Go to and create a talking avatar to tell about your schedule during the week.

Post it in your blog. You can include images, links or a video.

Well, Have fun practicing your English! Keep on shining love and peace!

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Level 1. Unit 2 Worldlink

World Link Intro, Unit 2

Learning Objectives: In this unit we learned about nationalities, countries, cities and languages.

Make questions with where and who.
A: Who are you?
B: I’m Miguel
A: Where are you from?
B: I’m from Barcelona

Use adjectives to describe cities
Beautiful/ ugly
Big/ small
Quiet / noisy

Write sentences with be + adjective.
Maracaibo is expensive and crowded but it’s beautiful and there are many places to visit

Introduce yourself and say where you are from
Hi, my name’s Maria. I’m from Spain.

Name countries, cities and nationalities
I’m from Spain.
I’m from Madrid.
I’m Spanish

Ask and answer questions about where people are from

A: Where are you from?
B: I’m from Venezuela
A: Where are you from in Venezuela?
B: I’m from Maracaibo

Countries and Capitals:

Tell us about where you are from and what's your favorite city?

" New York city is the best by far! Amazing place!"

" Hi, I'm Ia Italian woman, 43 years old. I think....Washington at the beginning of the autumn is beautiful, the mild climate and the color of the nature are really delightful."

" My favorite city is Bangkok. There are so many people everywhere and Buddhists always smile. As for me, it's the most cosmopolitan city in the world.There are many things to do and many interesting places to visit.That's why it's my favorite one!"

"New York is a very busy city! There are many art galleries and famous shops. It's expensive but it's interesting."

Homework for this unit:
Interview four people from different countries. Ask the following questions:

1. What's your name?
2. What's your last name?
3. Where are you from?
4. Where are you from, originally? (city)
5. What's your nationality?
6. What language do you speak?
7. What's your favorite city in the world?
8: What's your city like?

Now, about you.. answer those questions and tell us about you... :)
* remember to post your interview in your blog..if you interview a classmate post a link to his or her blog. You can make a video or just post your audio.. write the transcript of your conversation. I f you have any question... just ask... ;)

Level 1 Unit 1 Greetings and Intros

World Link Program

In this lesson we are going to practice:

Basic Introductions:

Hi, Hello!

My name's Mary.

Good morning, Good afternoon, Good evening.

Saying your name:

A: What's your name?
B: My name's John.

Saying your first name and last name:

A: Hi, my first name is Carlos. What's your first name?
B: Hi, Carlos. I'm Lucy Morales. What's your last name Carlos?
A: It's Gonzalez.

Saying your e-mail, 

A: What's your e-mail address?
B: It's
A: Are you in Facebook?
B: Yes, I am. I'm Lucy Morales, there and LucyM in Twitter.

The Alphabet: spelling your name

Meeting people and spelling names

A: This is my friend Carlos Perez
B: Hi, Carlos. Nice to meet you. My name's Jose.
C: Hello. Jose. Nice to meet you, too
B: How do you spell your name?
C: C-A-R-L-O-S

The numbers 0-10
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine ad ten

Who's your favorite.... actor, actress, athlete, singer, teacher...?
My favorite teacher is...
My favorite teachers are ....

My name is...
My family calls me ...
My friends calls me...
My classmates call me...

Grammar: Verb To Be
Practice your verb to be with these exercises:

The verb be (am, are, is)
Verb to be: Match the verbs with the subjects
VERBO TO BE -Presente Afirmativo
Verbo TO BE - Presente Simple Afirmativo
TO BE -Presente Simple
BE - Simple Present Tense
verb be [+], pronouns


 Unit 1
actor(N) a person whose job is acting in plays or movies
actress(N) a woman whose job is acting in plays or movies
author(N) a person who writes book
be friends with(PHRASE) you are their friend and they are yours
best friend(N) someone who you know and like the most of all your friends
boyfriend(N) a man with whom they are having a romantic relationship
classmate(N) students who are in the same class
e-mail address(N) the distinct word or phrase that you use to send and receive electronic mail
favorite(ADJ) the one you like most
female(N) woman or a girl
(ADJ) being a woman or girl
first name(N) personal name
friend(N) someone who you know well and like, but who is not related to you
girlfriend(N) a woman with whom they are having a romantic relationship
last name(N) family name
letter of the alphabet(N) written symbols which represent one of the sounds in a language
male(N) man or boy
(ADJ) being a man or boy
message(N) a piece of information you send to someone when you cannot speak to them
Miss.(N) title used in front of the name of a girl or unmarried woman
movie(N) a film series shown in a theater or on television
Mr.(N) title used before a man's name
Mrs.(N) title used before the name of a married woman
music(N) the pattern of sounds produced by people singing or playing instruments
nickname(N) an informal name for someone or something
(V) give them an informal name
number(N) "two," "nine," or "twelve," or 1, 3, or 47
phone number(N) the combination of numbers that a person dials on a telephone to call someone
roommate(N) the person you share a room, apartment, or house with
singer(N) a person who sings
soccer player(N) a person who plays soccer
sport(N) games such as football and basketball which need physical effort and skill
student(N) a person who is studying at school, or university
teacher(N) a person paid to teach other people
TV show(N) a program on television
website(N) a set of information about a particular subject available on the Internet
Homework for this unit:
A. Interview a friend, ask the following questions:

1. What's your first name?
2. What's your last name?
3. What's your nickname? What do people call you?
4. What's your phone number?
5. What's your e-mail address?
6. Who's your favorite actor?
7. Who's your favorite actress?
8. Who's your favorite singer?
9. Who's your favorite athlete?

* Record your interview (you can make a video and upload it directly to your blog or to youtube, then copy the code to your blog). Remember to write your questions and answers in your blog.

Video Chat!!!

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Mother's Day!

This was a video shared by one of  our students from level 5.. Briggette
... thanks so much for this beautiful song ...

Hope you have enjoyed it and have given you reasons to love your moms... even more.

Keep on shining Love and Peace!

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Bloggers May-July 2010

Welcome to Bloggers of the May-July 2010 trimester !!!
Hope you find blogs as a tool to learn, practice, adventure, collaborate, share, create and have fun... smiles...

Level 1


Wilmary Salas
Edinson Puche
Brigget Bonilla
Genesis Barboza
Mary Angelica Peña
Wender Alejandro Ferrer
Maryhen Pagés
Elluz Colina
Norianny Pedroza
Nathielena Araujo
Brayan Longa Cardozo
Estefania de Lima
Johana Luzardo
Leidy Escalante
Angel Gonzalez
Alfonzo Garcia
Andrea Morillo

veronica Marquez
Lismar Molaya
Edgar Hernandez
Fabiana Rosales
Estefani Osorio
Johanna Luzardo
Leidy Molina

Kamal Salim
Marian Vargas
Liliana Morales
Brigget Bonilla  
Maria Nava

Yusely Olivares
Genova Gonzalez 
Jennifer Aguilar
Jose Linares
Patricia Valle
Nurangely Carroz
Fernando De Sousa
Marianela Mendez
Reveca Nuñez
Mileidys Gutierrez
Fabiana Bello
Jahnny Gonzalez
Shirley Sarcos
Andres Avila
Maria Vera
Esequiel Angel
Yerilin Perez

Yonexy Alvarado
Maria Fernandez


Diego Portillo
Jose Calderon
Carla Cabrera
Daniela Aranguren
Daniela Navarro
Jesus Atencio
Adriana Zambrano
Eduardo Hernandez
Luis Arroyo
Adelaine Bermudez
Mayrenys Espina
Yerfran Bolivar
Edgardo Cubillan
Ednnys Bravo
Maviely Castillo
Jorge Fuenmayor
Mayrenys Espina
Mariana Cardozo
Ruben Fuentes
Victoria Gonzalez
Milagros Samarriba
Maidreth Iguaran
Jhon Fernandez
Nerio Rondon
Maria Gonzalez
Carlos Urdaneta
Maygregor Moran
Eduardo Hernandez
Friner Rivas
Americo Pacheco

Level 2

Mariely Velasquez
Virginia Boscán
Gaby Barrios
Nancy Gomez
Gabriela Barrios 

Daniela Urdaneta
Alice Molero
Maria Villanueva
Licsandro Matos
Josefany Peña
Irma Bermudez
Julio Castellano
Franklin Hernandez
Brenda Morales
Geraldine Rincon
Eudy Montiel
Rebeca Anzola
Emily Anahole
Sulmary Altamar
Michele Caringella
Jose de la Cruz


Deirvin Altahona
Angélica Segura
Vanessa Barrios
Elyzabeth Gutierrez
Orlando Guerrero
Victor Mejias
Gerardo Bozo
Roselvy Perez
Euro Rodriguez
Daniela Di Evangelista

E 211
Gabriela Piña
Maria Sulbaran
Cherly Merlano 
Gerardo Hernandez
Mariangel Suarez
Xaimar Diaz
Greibys Garces
Naikelis Bustanie
Nestor Diaz
Mariangel Cardenas
Kimbe Quintero
Yeniree Villasmil
Genesis Perdomo
Heiser Martinez

Level 3
Vanessa Sanchez
Almaris Montiel,
Alberto Mendez
Cesar Moises
Alberto Mendez
Edgardo Cubillan
Argenis Zabala
Ricardo Soto
Bryan Pinto
Nubia Navarro
Laura Delgado
Andreina Alves
Miguel Rivas
Laura Fuenmayor
Raul Anciani
Michel Escalante
Ninoska Sosa
Paula Medrano
Giselle Cuenca  
Veronica Villalobos

Level 4

Michelle Bustamante
Mariangelica Jiménez
Eddie Hernandez
Mariel Inciarte:
Kingberlyn Ochoa
Any Salas
Saskia Bonillo
Ylluz Gonzalez
Victor Cuartin
Yuliana Chacon
Yuletzy Contreras
Martha Gonzalez
Andres Arrieta
Daniela Soto
Miguel Quintero


Katherine Feria
Dessire Rincon
Roberto Rodriguez
Dougletsyt Villalobos
Arleth Duartes
Mayerlin Chacin
Nayara Urdaneta
Yoxely Jordan
Angel Sandoval
Yris Ruiz
Nayara Urdaneta
Alexander Arteaga
Yessica Barreto

Level 5

Sarina Ferini
Erika Tapias
Javier Garcia
Fabiana Rosales
Julio vilchez
Brigette Rincon
Fernando Villalobos
Angel Tineo
Sirly Castellano
Isbellys Amaya
Iluhec Cabrera
Yusely Vargas
Angelica Perez
Digleynis Villalobos
Angel Tineo
Yohanmary Paez
Andrys Bracho
Angela Huneidy
Rodemar hernandez
Yosimar Medina
Ysbelys Amaya
Barbara Escantin
angelica perez
Luis Garcia