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lunes, 23 de junio de 2014

1ºESO H: RECUPERACIÓN SEPTIEMBRE

Para aprobar la asignatura debéis estudiar los temas del libro y realizar un trabajo.

El examen contará el 80% de la nota, mientras que el trabajo supondrá el 20%. No obstante, es obligatorio entregar el trabajo el día del examen. De lo contrario, no tendréis acceso al examen de Septiembre.


1.- PUNTOS DEL LIBRO QUE DEBÉIS ESTUDIAR


  • TEMA 1
    • Los movimientos de la Tierra
    • Paralelos y meridianos
    • Longitud y latitud
    • Ejercicio 15 de la página 17
  • TEMA 2
    • La estructura interna de la Tierra
    • Las placas tectónicas
    • La teoría de la deriva de los continentes
    • La formación del relieve
  • TEMA 3
    • Los ríos
    • El curso de un río
    • Las aguas marinas
  • TEMA 4
    • Los conceptos de tiempo y clima
    • Las zonas climáticas según la temperatura y Doc. 6 de la página 55
    • Doc. 5 Mapa de distribución de las temperaturas medias anuales en el mundo (lugares más cálidos y más fríos, isotermas, ecuador térmico)
  • TEMA 5
    • Los climas de la Tierra (página 66)
    • Esquema de la página 80
  • TEMA 6 
    • Definición de medio ambiente, desastre natural, paisaje rural, paisaje urbano, paisaje industrial, cambio climático, efecto invernadero, protocolo de kyoto, desertización, biodiversidad, desarrollo sostenible.
  • TEMA 7
    • Mapas de los continentes
  • TEMA 8
    • Mapa físico de España
  • TEMA 9
    • Definición de Prehistoria
    • El proceso de hominización
    • El arte paleolítico
    • La revolución neolítica
    • Los inventos de la Edad de los Metales
    • El megalitismo
  • TEMA 10
    • La aparición de la escritura
    • La cultura mesopotámica (páginas 172-173)
  • TEMA 11
    • Las crecidas del Nilo
    • Las tierras del Faraón
    • El templo egipcio
    • La tumba egipcia
  • TEMA 12
    • La época clásica: Atenas y Esparta
  • TEMA 14
    • La Monarquía
    • La República
    • El imperio Romano


2.- TRABAJO PARA EL VERANO

Durante el verano tenéis que realizar los siguientes ejercicios en un cuaderno. Debéis escribir el enunciado en azul y la respuesta en negro. En el caso de que os pida un mapa, haced una fotocopia y pegadla al cuaderno.


UNIDAD 1
Ejercicios 19, 20, 22, 23, 24 y 25.

UNIDAD 2
Ejercicios 16, 17, 18, y 19.

UNIDAD 3
Ejercicios 16, 17, 18, 19 y 21.

UNIDAD 4
Ejercicios 17, 18, 19, y 20

UNIDAD 5
Ejercicios 16, 17, 18 y 19

UNIDAD 6
Ejercicios 15, 16 y 17.

UNIDAD 7
Ejercicios 14, 15, 16, 24, 25 y  26

UNIDAD 8
Ejercicio 22

UNIDAD 9
Ejercicios 26, 27 Y 28

UNIDAD 10
Ejercicios 14, 15, 16, 18, 19 y 20

UNIDAD 11
Ejercicios 23, 24, 27, 29.

UNIDAD 12
Ejercicios 17, 18, 19, 22 y 23

UNIDAD 13
Ejercicios 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 y 27

UNIDAD 14
Ejercicios 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

UNIDAD 15
Ejercicios 21, 22, 23

4ºESO BILINGUAL: RECUPERACIÓN SEPTIEMBRE

To pass the September exam, you will have to:

  • Study the book.
  • Make some exercices related to each unit.

1.-For the exam, you will have to study the following points of the book. The exam will be the 80% of your final mark. You must get more than 3.5 points.


UNIT 3
Points 2 and 3

UNIT 4
·         Points  2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

UNIT 5
·         Points  2, 3, 5 and 7

UNIT 6
·         Points  2, 3 and  4

UNIT 7
·         Points  2,3, 4.2 and 6

UNIT 8
·         Points  2, 4, 5 and 6

UNIT 9
·         Points  2, 3 and the copies about  Stalin, Hitler and Mussolini

UNIT 10
·         Points  2, 3 and 6

UNIT 11
·         Points  2, 3 and 4

UNIT 12

·         Points  2, 3 and 5

1    2.-You have to complete the following exercises in your notebook. You will have to give them to me the same day of the exam. If you do not do this exercises, you will not have the right to take the exam. The exercises are the 20% of the final mark. 
      Tip: You should study the unit and then complete the exercises in your notebook. Please, write the full questions and the answers of the exercises.






2º ESO BILINGUAL: RECUPERACIÓN SEPTIEMBRE

Para recuperar la asignatura de Sociales en Septiembre debes entregar las siguientes fichas completadas, que encontrarás en el siguiente enlace:

Primera evaluación

Segunda evaluación

Tercera evaluación

Si no puedes descargártelas, envíame un correo electrónico.

El examen estará basado en estas fichas, por lo tanto, debes completarlas bien, fijándote en las que ya están hechas en clase y el libro.

El examen contará el 80% de la nota, mientras que el trabajo supondrá el 20%. 

IMPORTANTE: Es necesario entregar el trabajo para tener derecho al examen de Septiembre.

1ºESO BILINGUAL: RECUPERACIÓN SEPTIEMBRE

Para recuperar la asignatura de Sociales en Septiembre debes entregar las siguientes fichas completadas, que encontrarás en el siguiente enlace:

Trabajo Primera Evaluación

Trabajo Segunda Evaluación

Trabajo Tercera Evaluación

Si no puedes descargártelas, envíame un correo electrónico.

El examen estará basado en estas fichas, por lo tanto, debes completarlas bien, fijándote en las que ya están hechas en clase y el libro.

El examen contará el 80% de la nota, mientras que el trabajo supondrá el 20%. 

IMPORTANTE: Es necesario entregar el trabajo para tener derecho al examen de Septiembre.

STUDENTS, HAVE A NICE SUMMER!!!

lunes, 16 de junio de 2014

1ºESO BILINGUAL: GLOBAL EXAM

For those who have failed all the three terms, you have to study the following exercices, apart from those I posted about the third term:


1ºESO BILINGUAL: RETEST 3rd TERM

For the students who failed the 3rd Term:

Remember: the exam will be on 19th June 2014.

You have to study the following exercices of your copies:

If you cannot watch them, please send me an e-mail.


 

martes, 10 de junio de 2014

1ºESO: CHECK UNIT 10

1.- What was the origin of Greek civilization?

·         Name the territories where the Ancient Greeks lived. 
IN THE SOUTH OF THE BALKAN PENINSULA, ON MANY ISLANDS AND ON THE COAST OF ASIA MINOR.

·         Explain why Ancient Greece was never a unified country.
BECAUSE OF ITS PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS: MOUNTAINS DIVIDED THE BALKAN PENINSULA INTO SMALL VALLEYS. EACH VALLEY AND ISLAND WAS AN INDEPENDENT STATE.

·         Explain why the small Ancient Greek states belonged to the same civilization.
BECAUSE PEOPLE SPOKE THA SAME LANGUAGE, GREEK, AND WORSHIPPED THE SAME GODS. 

·         Why was there little agriculture and stockbreeding in Ancient Greece?
BECAUSE GREEK LANDS WERE NOT VERY PRODUCTIVE.


·         How did Ancient Greeks use the Mediterranean Sea?
 TO OBTEIN FOOD, FOR TRADE AND NAVIGATION.


2.- How did early Greece develop?

·         What was a city-state, or polis?
A POLIS WAS A CITY WITH ITS OWN GOVERNMENT, LAWS, ARMY, AND WAY OF LIFE.

·         Name some Greek poleis.
ATHENS, SPARTA, CORINTH AND THEBES.
·         Who were the rulers of the poleis?
THE RULERS WERE USUALLY RICH PEOPLE, OR ARISTOI, WHICH MEANS "THE BEST".

·         How was the government of the polis called ?
ARISTOCRACY

·         Give an example of a polis with this kind of government.
SPARTA

·         What system replaced aristocracy in some poleis?
DEMOCRACY

·         What did citizens do in a democracy?
§  . CITIZENS MET REGULARLY AT ASSEMBLIES TO MAKE DECISIONS AND CHOOSE THEIR REPRESENTATIVES.

§  . THEY CREATED COUNCILS WHICH PREPARED THE SUBJECTS TO BE DISCUSSED AT THE ASSEMBLIES.


·         Give an example of a polis with a democratic government.
ATHENS

·         What system of government exists in most European countries today?
DEMOCRACY


Complete the text with a suitable word:

Between the 8th and 6th century BC, Greece went through a period of ______________. The Greek population v considerably, the land was not ______________, and there was not enough ______________ for everyone. A small minority of rich people ______________ most of the land. There were many poor, ______________ peasants.

Consequently, many Greeks ______________ and founded ______________ around the Mediterranean Sea. ______________ took place in two directions and in two different periods.
·         To the ______________ between 750 and 650 BC, the Greeks settled on the islands and coasts of the ______________ Sea; in ______________, southern ______________, southern ______________ and ______________; and on the east coast of the ______________ Peninsula.
·         To the ______________ after 650 BC, colonies were founded around the ______________ Sea.

Answer the following questions:
·         Why are all the colonies on the coast?
IN ORDER TO MAKE TRANSPORT AND TRADE EASIER.


·         What kind of places did the Greeks also looked for?
THE GREEKS LOOKED FOR PLACES WHICH HAD WATER AND FERTILE LAND, AND A HILL WHICH ENABLED THEM TO PROTECT THE CITY.


·         What was the culture and government of the colonies like?
 COLONIES HAD THE SAME BELIFS, TRADITIONS AND ORGANISATION AS THE POLIS THEY CAME FROM, BUT THEY WERE INDEPENDENT.

·         What were the consequences of colonization?
§  . GREEKS MIXED WITH OTHER PEOPLES.


§  . COLONIZATION SPREAD GREEK INFLUENCE BEYOND ITS FRONTIERS.


3.- Why were Athens and Sparta important?

Please, first read the text on page 114 and then learn the following sentences.

ACROSS
1. Period formed by the 5th century and the first half of the 4th century BC. 
CLASSICAL PERIOD

3. Part of Asia conquered by the Persians, as there were Greek poleis.
ASIA MINOR

4. People who lived on the Iranian plateau in Asia.  THE PERSIANS
5. Enemy of Athens. SPARTA
7. The most powerful polis after the Peloponnesian War. ATHENS
9. Political system strenghthened by Pericles in Athens. DEMOCRACY
10. A Greek soldier who ran from Marathon to Athens to announce the victory of the the Greeks over the Persians in 490 BC.  PHEIDIPPIDES


DOWN
2. The richest and the most influential polis after the Persian Wars. ATHENS
3. Name of the battle where the Greeks won the Persians in the First Persian War.
THE BATTLE OF MARATHON
6. Leader of Athens:  PERICLES
7. Name of the battle where the Persians were defeated in the Second Persian War.
THE BATTLE OF SAMALIS.
8. A union of poleis formed in 447 BC to defend the poleis against future Persian attacks. THE DELIAN LEAGUE


4.- Who was Alexander the Great?

Please, first read the text on page 115 and then learn the following sentences.

ACROSS

3. Nickname given the the king who conquered the Persian Empire and reached the Indus River. THE GREAT
5. A very large kingdom in the north of Greece. MACEDONIA
8. People who divided up the territory after Alexander´s death. GENERALS
9. Cardinal point where Greek culture spread. EAST
10. Kingdom founded in Asia after Alexander´s death.  MESOPOTAMIA

DOWN
1. Name of the son of the assassinated king of Macedonia. ALEXANDER THE GREAT
2. Macedonian king who set out to conquer the Greek territories. KING PHILIP II OF MACEDONIA
4. The spreading of Greek culture and its fusion with Oriental culture is known like that. HELLENISM
6. City founded by the son of Philip II in Egypt. ALEXANDRIA
7. Adjetive used to define the type of monarchies which appeared in Alexander´s empire after his death. HELLENISTIC
9. Kingdom founded in Africa after Alexander´s death. EGYPT




lunes, 9 de junio de 2014

2ºESO BILINGUAL: CHECK UNIT 14

THE EXAM WILL BE ON THURSDAY, 12TH JUNE.

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1.- Where do people live?
Fill the gaps.

2.- How are towns and cities built?

  1. In locations which are good for economic activity and communication.
  2. On the coast, on large rivers, in fertile valleys, or where roads meet.
  3. It´s the way its streets and buildings are distributed.
  4. When urban growht has not been planned.
  5. When urban growth has been planned.
  6. The irregular part shows that the city initially grew without any planning.
  7. The regular part shows that it was later extended following an urban develpment plan.
  8. Modern skyscrapers may be found in the newer districts.
  9. Older buildings may be found in the historic centre.
  10. Label the pictures and match the sentences:
    1. Irregular layout: 1, 6, 9, 10
    2. Grid plan: 4, 7, 11
    3. Radiocentric layout: 1, 3, 5, 8
3.- How are cities structured?
  1. They serve as places of residence, provide services, and have industries.
  2. Residencial areas.
  3. In the most elegant parts of the city, in renovated buildings in the city centre, or in expensive housing developments on the outskirts.
  4. Poorer people live in less attractive districts, in old buildings in the city centre, or in cheap housing developments in the suburbs.
  5. Servicies are found in the city centre.
  6. Politics.
  7. Because it has the largest stock exchange in Europe, and its an important financial centre.
  8. Rotterdam has the largest port in Europe and its main function is trade.
  9. Because they have a cultural function related to their universities.
  10. Because their primary function is religious.
  11. In the cities.
  12. On the outskirts.
4.- How have cities and towns grown?
  1. Urban population refers to the people who live in cities.
  2. Towns and medium-sized cities have less than 500,000 inhabitants.
  3. A megacity has more than 10 million inhabitants.
  4. A metropolitan area refers to a large city or metropolis and its surrounding urban areas.
  5. A conurbation is formed when the metropolitan areas of two or more cities meet each other.
  6. A megalopolis is created when several conurbation meet.
  7. Give examples:
    1. Paris and London.
    2. Madrid and Barcelona.
    3. Amsterdam, Rotterdam dn the Hague in Holland.
    4. The area around Bilbao and the area around Alicante.
    5. Tokyo, New York and Beijing.
    6. Tokyo.
5.- What is the world´s urban network?
  1.  Cities.
  2. Urban network.
  3. urban network.
  4. hierarchy.
  5. World metropolises.
  6. Tokyo and London.
  7. World metropolises.
  8. National metropolises.
  9. National metropolises.
  10. National metropolises.
  11. Regional metropolises.
  12. Smaller cities.
  13. Give examples:
    1. New York, Tokyo and London.
    2. Madrid and Barcelona.
    3. Zaragoza, Valencia, Bilbao, Santiago de Compostela, Valladolid.
    4. Salamanca, Toledo, Cáceres, Albacete.
6.- What are cities in developing countries like?
  1. Complete the gasps.
  2. In the Plaza Mayor.
  3. In the most modern and elegant neighbourhoods.
  4. The head offices of the largest banks and companies in the country.
  5. A total of 8.7 million people.
  6. In shanty towns on the outskirts of the city and in slums in the centre.
7.- What are cities in developed countries like?
  1. The first exercice will be in disorder in the exam, of course.
  2. In houses.
  3. On wide avenues near main boulevards.
  4. Many luxury apartment buildings. Wealthy people.
  5. The business centre is the heart of the city. It is the centre of finance and business.
  6. Factories.
  7. Skyscrapers, hotels and stores.
  8. Traffic is very intense.
  9. More than one hundred ethnic groups.
  10. Little Italy, Chinatown, and Little Korea.
  11. Ghettoes are the poorer areas near the centre.
  12. People of the same race with limited economic resources.
  13. A lot of crimes.







1ºESO: TRABAJO SOBRE LA FORMA DE VIDA DE LOS GRIEGOS Y LOS ROMANOS

Elabora un documento Word sobre la Cultura Clásica añadiendo los siguientes aspectos.
La fecha máxima de entrega es el 17 de junio. Envíamelo por correo electrónico.



1.- LA FORMA DE VIDA DE LOS GRIEGOS

  1. Reconstrucción de una vivienda de la aristocracia griega. Pincha AQUÍ y copia y pega la imagen en tu documento Word y escribe la frase anterior a modo de título de la imagen.
  2. Dracma de plata griego.
  3. Vaso griego con escenas de recolección de aceitunas.
  4. Herodoto: se le considera el padre de la Historia, ya que escribió la primera crónica histórica sobre el mundo antiguo.
  5. Filósofos griegos: Sócrates, Platón y Aristóteles.
  6. Teatro del Epidauro, en Grecia.
  7. Palestra del recinto deportivo de Olimpia. En este lugar entrenaban los atletas.
    1. Copia el texto sobre los Juegos Olímpicos de la página 221.
  8. Las ciudades griegas:
    1. El ágora: copia la definición de la página 222. 
    2. La acrópolis de Atenas: copia la definición de la página 222. 
  9. Plano de un templo griego
    1. Describe cada una de sus partes, según la página 224.
  10. Alzado de un templo griego.
  11. Partes de un templo griego.
  12. Templo dórico. Describe cómo es el fuste y el capitel de las columnas dóricas según página 25.
  13. El Partenón. Escribe el último párrafo de la página 230.
  14. Templo jónico. Describe cómo es el fuste y el capitel  de las columnas jónicas según página 25.
  15. Templo corintio. Describe cómo es el fuste y el capitel  de las columnas corintias según página 25.
  16. Escultura griega
    1. Doríforo, de Policleto. Escribe el texto del Doc. 18
    2. Koré. Escribe el texto del Doc. 19
    3. Kurós. Escribe el texto del Doc. 20
    4. Discóbolo, de Mirón. Escribe el texto del Doc. 21
    5. Laocoonte. Escribe el texto del Doc. 22.



2.- LA FORMA DE VIDA DE LOS ROMANOS.
  1. Reconstrucción de una domus. Traduce las partes de la domus según página 251.
  2. Reconstrucción de una ínsula romana.
  3. Reconstrucción de una villa romana. Introduce el texto de la página 251 de tu libro.
  4. Reconstrucción de unas termas romanas. Introduce el texto de la página 250. ¿Cómo se llamaban en latín los baños de agua caliente, de agua fría y de agua templada?
  5. Reconstrucción del circo Máximo de Roma. ¿Para qué servía, según la pagína 252?
  6. El Coliseo de Roma. Escribe el texto del Doc. 11, página 253.
  7. El teatro Romano de Mérida (España). Escribe el segundo párrafo de la página 253.
  8. Arco de Triunfo de Constantino en Roma. Servía para conmemorar las victorias en las guerras.
  9. Acueducto de Segovia.
  10. Columna de Trajano en Roma. Escribe el texto del Doc. 15 de la página 257.
  11. Dibujo de la construcción de una Calzada romana.
  12. Templo romano: El Panteón de Agripa en Roma. Escribe el primer párrafo del Doc. 21 de la página 259.
  13. Retrato de cuerpo entero del emperador Augusto. Describe las partes de la estatua. (página 256)
  14. Mosaico romano de la Villa Romana de La Olmeda (Palencia). Escribe el penúltimo párrafo de la página 256.




Tenéis que realizar un documento Word con una presentación parecida a esta:

1ºESO: CHECK UNIT 11

1.- How did Rome become an Empire?

  1. Rome was on the River Tiber on the Italian Peninsula.
  2. Because it is in the centre of the Mediterranean.
  3. To extend their territories on three continents; Europe, Africa and Asia.
  4. Order: Rome conquered all the territories on the Italian Peninsula. Rome expanded across the Mediterranean. Roman territoires stretched north to south....
  5. Italia, Africa, Oriens, Moesia, Thracia, Oriens, Pannonia, Gallia, Hispania, Britannia.
  6. The United Kingdom, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon.
  7. They were made slaves.
  8. Romans spread their language, Latin, their laws , and their way of life.
  9. The empire was organised into provinces controlled by a governor.
2.- What were the Monarchy and the Republic?
  1. The Monarchy: complete the gaps.
  2. The Republic
    1. The Republic
    2. Comitias, Magistratus and Senate
    3. Correct institution
      1. Senate
      2. Comitias
      3. Senate
      4. Magistratus
      5. Senate
      6. Magistratus
      7. Senate
      8. Comitias
      9. Magistratus
    4. Define:
      1. The patricians were a minority formed by the richest and most powerful families. They claimed to be descendants of the founders of Rome.
      2. The plebeians were all the other citizens.
      3. The tribune of the plebeians was a plebeians´ representative to defend their interests in the Senate.
3.- How did the Republic evolve?
  1. The Punic Wars took place.
  2. Rome and Carthage.
  3. Carthage was a North African power.
  4. There were three Punic Wars.
  5. These wars lasted over a hundred years.
  6. Rome extended its power around the Mediterranean.
  7. The Republic was weakened by corruption and internal conflicts.
  8. The power of the military increased.
  9. They formed triumvirates.
  10. Triumvirates area alliances of three men who shared power.
  11. Julius Caesar, Crassus and Pomepy.
  12. There was a civil war.
  13. Julius Caesar won and was proclaimed perpetual dictator.
  14. Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of senators and suporters of the Republic.
  15. Mark Antony, Lepidus and Octavian.
  16. Octavian.
4.- How was the Roman Empire created?
  1. Octavian Augustus.
  2. Augustus means "chosen by the gods".
  3. Functions of the Roman emperor:
    1. He presided over the senate.
    2. He was the head of the army.
    3. He was the highest religious leader.
    4. He directed foreign policy.
    5. He dictated laws.
    6. He decided upon taxes.
  4. In the 1st and 2nd centuries AD.
  5. Claudius, Vespasian, Trajan and Marcus Aurelius.
  6. Label the different parts of the sculpture of Octavian Augustus (Ejercicio parecido al del faraón: asociar las frases a cada parte de la estatua y saberlo traducir)
5.- Why did the Roman Empire decline?
  1. The Roman Empire suffered a crisis.
  2. Peasants and soldiers.
  3. The cities were attacked.
  4. The population sought refuge in the country.
  5. Because they were unable to solve these problems.
  6. Germanic tribes.
  7. Barbarians. It means "foreigners".
  8. The Persians.
  9. Reforms were carried out to resolve the problems in the empire. The economy recovered, and the frontiers were strengthened.
  10. Constantine tolerated Christianity. He also moved the capital to Constantinople, and improved bureaucracy.
  11. The Huns.
  12. The Germanic tribes.
  13. The Romans were unable to stop the invastion of these barbarians.
  14. The empire was divided into two, so that it could be defended more easily.
  15. In Rome.
  16. In Constantinople.
  17. No, each empire had its own emperor and its own institutions.
  18. No, they couldn´t. These tribes formed their own kingdoms.
  19. In 476, the Germanic tribes deposed the last Western Roman Emperor, bringing the Empire to an end. The new period is called "The Middle Ages".
  20. The Eastern Empire lasted another thousand years.
  21. Byzantine Empire.

4ºESO BILINGUAL: THE COLD WAR AND THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD

CONCEPTS


  1. Sphere of influence
  2. Blockade
  3. Palestine Liberation Organization
  4. National self-determination
  5. Disarmament
  6. Perestroika
  7. Glasnost
  8. Federal
  9. Spending cut
  10. Neoliberalism


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lunes, 2 de junio de 2014

3ºESO BILINGUAL: TARGETMAP

UNIT 12: POPULATION

Look at page 144.
You are going to make your own map about Natural Increase of World Population with an Internet tool called "Targetmap".

Go and register in www.targetmap.com