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Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes a Mayo de 2014.

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Wow!!!!

¡¡Qué bonito!!!!

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4 de mayo 2014: DÍA DE LA MADRE

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El Día de la Madre o Día de las Madres es una festividad que se celebra en honor a las madres en diferentes fechas del año según el país.

Las primeras celebraciones del Día de las Madres se remontan a la antigua Grecia, donde se le rendían honores a Rea, la madre de los dioses Zeus, Poseidón y Hades.

Igualmente los romanos llamaron a esta celebración Hilaria cuando la adquirieron de los griegos. Se celebraba el 15 de marzo en el templo de Cibeles y durante tres días se realizaban ofrendas.

Los católicos transformaron estas celebraciones para honrar a la Virgen María, la madre de Jesús. En el santoral católico el 8 de diciembre se celebra la fiesta de la Inmaculada Concepción, fecha que los católicos adoptaron para la celebración del Día de las Madres.

En Inglaterra hacia el siglo XVII, tenía lugar un acontecimiento similar, también relacionado con la Virgen, que se denominaba Domingo de las Madres. Los niños concurrían amisa y regresaban a sus hogares con regalos para sus progenitoras. Además, como muchas personas trabajaban para gente acaudalada y no tenían la oportunidad de estar en sus hogares, ese Domingo se le daba el día libre para visitar a sus familias.

En 1873, mujeres en 18 ciudades estadounidenses realizaron una reunión del Día de las Madres. Boston lo siguió celebrando durante al menos una década más. Al paso de los años, se fueron apagando más festejos. Howe continuó trabajando por otras vías por los derechos de las mujeres y por la paz. El 12 de mayo de 1907 Ana Jervis dos años después de la muerte de su madre, quiso conmemorar el fallecimiento y organizó un día de la madre para hacerlo. A partir de entonces encabezó una activa campaña que fue extendiéndose a todo el territorio de los Estados Unidos. Finalmente, siete años después el presidente Woodrow Wilson declaró en el año 1914, el Día de la Madre como el segundo domingo de mayo en Estados Unidos. Así fue gestado el día internacional de la madre que después fue encontrando eco en otros países que lo adoptaron hasta tenerse la celebración conocida en la actualidad.

El día de la madre es un día muy especial en honor a todas las madres en el que es tradición que todos los hijos le hagan un regalo como muestra de su amor hacia ella. 
En muchos países el día de la madre se celebra en el mes de mayo pero, cada lugar, según su tradición, lo celebra en una fecha determinada:

El primer domingo de mayo se celebra el día de la madre en España, Hungría, Lituania, Portugal y Sudáfrica.

El segundo domingo de mayo se celebra el día de la madre en los siguientes países: Alemania, Australia, Austria, Bélgica (excepto Amberes), Brasil, Chile, China, Canadá, Colombia (excepto Cúcuta), Croacia, Cuba, Dinamarca, Ecuador, Estados Unidos, Estonia, Filipinas, Finlandia, Grecia, Paises bajos, Honduras, Italia, japón, Letonia, Liechtenstein, Nueva Zelanda, Perú, Puerto Rico, República Checa, Suiza, Taiwán, Turquía, Ucrania, Uruguay, Venezuela.

El día de la madre en otras fechas de mayo

8 de mayo: en Albania (Día de los Padres) y Corea del Sur.
10 de mayo: en Arabia Saudita, El Salvador, Emiratos Árabes Unidos, Guatemala, India, Malasia, México, Omán, Pakistán, Qatar, Singapur y Uruguay.
14 de mayo: en Samoa.
15 de mayo: en Paraguay. 
26 de mayo: en Polonia.
27 de mayo: en Bolivia.
30 de mayo: en Nicaragua.
Último domingo de mayo: en Cúcuta (Colombia), República Dominicana, Suecia, Francia (primer domingo de junio si coincide con Pentecostés)

El día de la madre, en el mes de marzo

3 de marzo: en Georgia.
8 de marzo: en Albania, Bosnia y Herzegovina, República de Macedonia, Montenegro, Rumanía, Serbia, Bulgaria, Rusia y otros países que pertenecieron a la URSS.
21 de marzo (Día de la primavera): en Egipto, Líbano, Marruecos, Territorios Palestinos, Siria.

El día de la madre en otras fechas

El segundo domingo de febrero: en Noruega
Cuarto domingo de cuaresma: en Irlanda y el Reino Unido.
12 de agosto: en Tailandia.
15  de agosto: en Amberes (Bélgica) y Costa Rica.
Tercer domingo de octubre: en Argentina
8 de diciembre: en Panamá 
22 de diciembre: en Indonesia.

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CINCO DE MAYO!!

Cinco de Mayo celebrates a victory by the Mexican Army over the French Army in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.

It was a great victory because it was unexpected. France at that time was still very powerful and had many troops in Mexico. Why were French troops in Mexico? Let’s go back a few years.

Mexico gained its independence from Spain in 1810. But the Mexican War with the United States and the Mexican Civil War almost entirely wiped out the Mexican Treasury. During these wars, Mexico had borrowed heavily from European countries, including France. In the early 1860s, Mexico stopped paying France back. France’s answer was to invade Mexico.

The French had tried to make Archduke Maximilian of Austria the ruler of Mexico. Under his command, French troops marched from the Gulf of Mexico toward Mexico City.

Mexican General Ignacio Zaragoza and about 5,000 poorly armed troops met the 6,000-strong French army at the Battle of Puebla. The Mexican victory was incredible. It stopped the French cold, at least for awhile.

But more French troops returned, and this time they succeeded. French rule of Mexico was short, however. In 1867, pressure from the United States and from other concerns abroad convinced France to abandon its Mexican empire. Mexico was free once again.

The importance in the Battle of Puebla is in the ability of a smaller, more poorly equipped army to defeat a larger, well-equipped one. The Mexican people also showed that they were willing to defend their homeland from invaders. This victory also punched a hole in the European mystique, which held that European governments and armies were by their very nature more powerful than other, smaller countries and their armies.

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OPERACIONES SEMANA DEL 5 AL 9 DE MAYO DE 2.014

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FECHA:5 DE MAYO

86.458 : 742        y         Prueba

FECHA:6 DE MAYO

54.365 : 583        y         Prueba

FECHA:7 DE MAYO

4+21x2-(7+8)=

(6+3)x2-8x2=

22-3x6+(9-3)=

FECHA:8 DE MAYO

37.753 : 87         y         Prueba

0,657x100=

2,56:100=

FECHA:9 DE MAYO

7.598,3 x 42=

75.325,65 – 21.035,3=

MATTER - Questions

  1. What is matter?
  2. What are the general properties of matter? Define them.
  3. What tools do we use to measure the general properties of matter?
  4. Can two objects weigh the same but have a different form and volume? Explain it.
  5. Why does a wet T-shirt weigh more than a dry one?
  6. Why does a balloon deflate if you don’t tie a knot?
  7. Why does a silver ring sink in water?
  8. What are other specific properties of matter? Define them and give examples.
  9. How do we call materials that break easily?
  10. Is gold an elastic material? Why?
  11. Give examples of two good thermal conductors and two good electrical conductors.
  12. How do we call materials that are not good conductors?
  13. Write two examples for each of the following definitions: a hard, tough material; a soft, elastic material; a hard fragile material; a plastic, insulating material.
  14. What are the three states of matter? And their properties?
  15. Which properties of solids are constant?
  16. What are the three examples of water in a solid form?
  17. What does the state of water depend on?
  18. How can we cause a change of state in water?
  19. At what temperatures does water freezes and boils?
  20. Look at the drawing on page 125 of your text book and explain what happens.

Verbos de la 2ª conjugación

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MATTER - Questions and Answers

 1. What is matter?

Everything around you is matter; matter is the stuff around you.

 2. What are the general properties of matter? Define them.

The general properties of matter as mass and volume.

Mass is the amount of matter in a physical body.

Volume is the amount of space that a body occupies.

 3. What tools do we use to measure the general properties of matter?

We can measure the mass of a body with scales and weighing machines.

To measure the volume of a solid body we can put it into a beaker of water.

 4. Can two objects weigh the same but have a different form and volume? Explain it.

Yes, two objects that have a different form and volume can weigh the same if they have got the same mass.

 5. Why does a wet T-shirt weigh more than a dry one?

Because the mass of the T-shirt has water added to it.

 6. Why does a balloon deflate if you don’t tie a knot?

Because air tends to occupy the maximum space possible.

 7. Why does a silver ring sink in water?

Because the density of silver is greater that the density of water.

 8. What are other specific properties of matter? Define them and give examples.

Different types of matter have got specific properties that make them unique. These specific properties of matter are hardness and toughness, plasticity, ductility and elasticity, and conductivity.

Hardness is the ability to resist scratches and cuts. Diamond is a hard material and chalk is a soft one.

Toughness is the ability to resist breaking. Steel and granite are tough materials and glass and porcelain are fragile ones.

Plasticity is the ability to change shape without breaking. Plastic materials can we bend and fold easily.

Ductility is the ability to be stretched to make thin wires. Gold and silver are very ductile materials.

Elasticity is the ability to return to their original shape after we bend or stretch them. Rubber is a very elastic material.

Conductivity is the ability to conduct heat or electricity. Thermal conductors conduct heat easily, as many metals. Electrical conductors conduct electricity very easily, as cooper and gold. Thermal insulators are materials that don’t conduct heat very well, as wood. Electrical insulators are materials that don’t conduct electricity very well, as plastic and rubber.

 9. How do we call materials that break easily?

We call them fragile materials.

 10. Is gold an elastic material? Why?

No, it isn’t. Gold can not be bent or stretched and return to its original shape.

 11. Give examples of two good thermal conductors and two good electrical conductors?

Iron and aluminium are good thermal conductors. Steel and cooper are good electrical conductors.

 12. How do we call materials that are not good conductors?

We call them insulators.

 13. Write two examples for each of the following definitions:

  • A hard, tough material: diamond

  • A soft, elastic material: sponge

  • A hard, fragile material: porcelain

  • A plastic, insulating material: rubber

 14. What are the three states of matter? And their properties?

The three states of matter are solid, liquid and gas.

Solids have a constant mass, a constant volume and a stable shape.

Liquids have a constant mass, a constant volume and a variable shape.

Gases have a constant mass, a variable volume and a variable shape.

 15. Which properties of solids are constant?

Mass, volume and shape are constant in solids.

 16. What are the three examples of water in a solid form?

Ice, snow and hail are three examples of water in a solid form.

 17. What does the state of water depend on?

The state of water depends on its temperature.

 18. How can we cause a change of state in water?

We can cause a change of state in water by adding heat.

 19. At what temperatures does water freezes and boils?

Water freezes at 0ºC and it boils at 100ºC.

 20. Look at the drawing on page 125 of your textbook and explain what happens:

There is ice in a glass beaker which is being heated. The ice melts because of the heat and changes to liquid water. As we continue heating the beaker, the water boils and changes to water vapour.

Matter Matters!!

Matter matters!!

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9 de mayo: DÍA DE EUROPA

Celebramos el día de la madre, del padre, día de la felicidad, día de la hispanidad... y hoy toca celebrar el Día de europa. Así que si eres europeo o europea tienes algo que festejar. Pero ¿por qué se celebra este día?

Esta jornada conmemora la Declaración Schuman, realizada el 9 de mayo. En esta declaración el ministro francés de exteriores Robert Schuman, sentó las bases de lo que sería la futura Unión Europea. El político propuso una Comunidad del Carbón y el Acero, una alianza entre Alemania (en aquel momento la República Federal Alemana) y Francia. El tratado por el que se creó la CECA se firmó en Roma en 1957. Un primer paso que años después daría lugar a la actual Unión Europea.

Para celebrar el Día de Europa en las semanas previas a las elecciones europeas, las instituciones de la UE abrirán sus puertas al público en Bruselas, Luxemburgo y Estrasburgo. Las oficinas de la UE en Europa y el resto del mundo organizarán una variedad de actividades y eventos para todas las edades. Sigue leyendo...

 

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Europa@Junior

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¿Quieres conocer mejor Europa? 

En Europ@ Junior encontrarás noticias sobre lo que pasa en la Unión Europea, juegos y enlaces superchulos.

¡Te va a encantar! 

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Atrévete con Europa...

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Si ya dominas la geografía española, atrévete con el mapa de Europa.

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Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter

Each phase of matter has its own chemical and physical properties.

Phases of Matter

The phases of matter are:

  • Solid – which has a definite shape and volume
  • Liquid – which has a definite volume, but can change shape
  • Gas - the shape and volume of a gas can change

Phase Changes of Matter

There are several ways in which phases of matter can change from one to another:

  • Melting - melting occurs when a substance changes from a solid to a liquid
  • Boiling - boiling is when a substance changes from a liquid to a gas
  • Condensing - condensation is when a gas changes to a liquid
  • Freezing - freezing is when a liquid changes to a solid

Classes of Changes in Matter

The changes that take place in substances may be categorized in two classes:

  • Physical Change – a new substance is not produced and just the physical properties are changed. For example - phase changes, or crushing a can
  • Chemical Change – a new substance is produced with different chemical properties. For example: burning, rusting, and photosynthesis.

Solutions

Sometimes, when two or more substances are combined it results in a solution. Making a solution can produce either a physical or chemical change. When there’s a physical change in a solution, the original substances can be separated from one another. If a chemical change takes place while creating a solution, the original substances cannot be separated from one another.

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OPERACIONES SEMANA DEL 12 AL 16 DE MAYO DE 2014

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FECHA:12 DE MAYO

69.079 : 97   y      Prueba

FECHA: 13 DE MAYO

84.023 : 732     y    Prueba

FECHA: 14 DE MAYO

4+3x6-2x7=

5x9-2x4+2=

8+(7-2)+2x6=

FECHA: 15 DE MAYO

41.849 : 63     y    Prueba

0,054 x 10=

45,32 : 1000=

FECHA: 16 DE MAYO

621,78 x 9,53=

45.123,547 + 5.368,47=

GENTILICIOS

¡Hola chicos!

Aquí os dejamos unas actividades para que practiquéis y juguéis con los gentilicios.

Esperamos que os gusten y os sirva para estudiar mejor.

 

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LA METÁFORA Y LA COMPARACIÓN

¡Hola chicos! 

Aquí os dejo un juego para practicar lo que hemos aprendido sobre la metáfora y la comparación.

¡A jugar! ;)

 

 

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OPERACIONES SEMANA DEL 19 AL 23 DE MAYO DE 2014

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FECHA:19 DE MAYO

38.587 : 64   y   Prueba

FECHA: 20 DE MAYO

96.574 : 635 y   Prueba

FECHA: 21 DE MAYO

78.523,654 + 87.589,25=

52.365,326 – 3.678,66 =

FECHA: 22 DE MAYO

78.496 : 46 y    Prueba

0,0653 x1000=

96 :1000 =

FECHA: 23 DE MAYO

547,369 x 87,9 =

MATTER CHANGES - Questions

  1. What is matter?

  2. What does the state of matter depend on?

  3. What is the difference between physical changes and chemical changes of matter?

  4. How do we call the physical changes that matter undergoes when it changes from one physical state to another because of a change of temperature? Draw the diagram.

  5. What is a pure substance? What is a mixture? What is a solution?

  6. What is the difference between a homogeneous mixture and a heterogeneous mixture? Give examples.

  7. What is oxidation? And combustion?

  8. What techniques would you use to separate a mixture of oil and water, a mixture of sand and water, a mixture of salt and water, and to separate a mixture of iron and sand?

  9. It’s very cold and you are talking outside. Why does white vapour come out of your mouth? Is this a chemical change or physical change?

  10. Lets see what you know about water: Is it a pure substance or a mixture? Is it a simple substance or a compound? Why? What is its boiling point?

     

OPERACIONES SEMANA DEL 26 AL 30 DE MAYO.

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FECHA:26 DE MAYO

87.354 : 36   y         Prueba

FECHA: 27 DE MAYO

756.523 : 547    y         Prueba

FECHA: 28 DE MAYO

875.365,25 + 64.235,83=

254.368,68 – 98.388,9 =

FECHA: 29 DE MAYO

32.456 : 72        y         Prueba

4,789 x100=

324 :100 =

 FECHA: 30 DE MAYO

6.745,789 x 74,3

Experiment

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By placing an egg in a bowl containing vinegar, we can observe changes in its physical properties. Through this home experiment we'll try to explain in more detail each of the physical changes (color, smell, texture, etc.), as well as possible changes in chemical structure (decomposition).

Click here to learn about the experiment...

 

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The Chronicles of Navalazarza 2012-2013

Here is at last, our second magazine!!!!

Hope you like it!!

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Force and Motion Facts

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Motion makes the world go 'round. Motion is important to our lives and impacts so many things that we do. Motion is the changing of position or location. But motion requires a force to cause that change. 

Force is just a fancy word for pushing or pulling. If I push on something or pull on it, then I am applying a force to it. Force makes things move or, more accurately, makes things change their motion. Two natural forces that we have experienced are the force of gravity and magnetic forces.

Carry on learning about force and motion by clicking here....

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QUESTION TAGS

We use tags in spoken English but not in formal written English.

They are not really questions but are a way of asking the other person to make a comment and so keep the conversation open.

Making a tag is very mechanical. To make a tag, use the first auxiliary. If there is no auxiliary, use do, does or did. With a positive sentence, make a negative tag and with a negative sentence, make a positive tag.

  • It’s beautiful, isn’t it?
  • He has been, hasn’t he?
  • You can, can’t you?
  • It must be, mustn’t it?
  • You know him, don’t you?
  • He finished it, didn’t he?
  • He will come, won’t he?
  • It isn’t very good, is it?
  • It hasn’t rained, has it?
  • It can’t be, can it?
  • Jenny doesn’t know James, does she?
  • They didn’t leave, did they?
  • He won’t do it, will he?

Notice these:

  • There isn’t an ATM here, is there?
  • Let’s have a cup of coffee, shall we?

To reply, use the same auxiliary:

  • It’s beautiful, isn’t it? ~ Yes, it is. I think it’s fabulous.
  • It isn’t very good, is it? ~ No, it isn’t. In fact, it’s terrible.
Although, the rules are very simple and mechanical, in order to use them easily in conversation, they have to be automatic. So you need to hear and practice them very often.
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SIMPLE MACHINES GAME

Fancy playing a game on SIMPLE MACHINES while learning a bit more about them?

Click on the picture to start.

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