Ya está aquí la primera redacción de este curso (NI2) en la EOI. En este caso tocó hablar de nuestra experiencia escolar y como siempre, intentar usar el vocabulario visto en clase en los últimos días.
Como nota curiosa, esta ha sido la primera vez que una profe me ha corregido el writing por correo electrónico y lo cierto es que me ha gustado mucho la experiencia, ya que ha resultado muy clarificador; ha usado un programa especial para corregir, llamado MARKIN, donde va anotando los errores y aciertos especiales, indicando en cada caso de que se trata y sin llegar a corregirlo para que así el alumno recapacite sobre el error. Al menos desde el punto de vista del estudiante resulta muy útil.
Pues nada, ahí va mi experiencia escolar y universitaria en 350 palabras:
When I was a preschool child I didn’t go to nursery school because my mother didn’t work and she took care of me, but when I was 3 (my birthday is in late October) I began my classes at primary school. I studied in a really old state school in Badajoz called “San Pedro de Alcántara”, but I don’t remember many details about my first years. Maybe the memory I best remember about it was the head teacher, because he was my father’s friend and he used to visit us at home.
Although discipline was very strict I was a bit lazy so I didn’t get good results. I think that the best of these years were my classmates that I remember with a lot of love.
I studied secondary school in another state school in Badajoz called “F.P. Castelar”. I could divide the secondary school in two periods: the first one was awful because I didn’t like it at all and my marks weren’t brilliant: I only studied the day before the exams so I used to fail them. However, when I retook I always passed them! The second period was much better because the subjects were more interesting. Therefore I started to study more and more and my results improved, even in some subjects I was an A-student and I had never been an A-student until that moment in any subject so I was really happy. Oddly enough, the subject that I most hated in secondary school was English, and now I’m studying my fourth year at EOI…
When I finished secondary school, I decided to study a degree so I went to Cáceres to study Computer Science Engineering in a state university. I had always been good at maths and physics, but at university these subjects seemed to be so different… It was really hard and not only because of the subjects; my father couldn’t afford to have a son who was studying in another city so I had to work and study at the same time but I didn’t mind it because these years were incredible!