SE ACERCA EL MUNDIAL 2018

En nuestra clase de historia, nos separamos en grupo y a cada grupo se le fue asignado un grupo del mundial. A mi grupo era el grupo C y estaba integrado por Jeronimo Leguizamon, Margarita Muller y Francisco Lusso.

A continuacion dejo la presentación. Al final de las diapositivas de FRANCIA hay fotos que fueron sacadas durante mi precentacion.

 

 

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El Martín Fierro y… luz, cámara ¡acción!

Una vez terminado un segmento del ¨Martin Fierro ¨ Nos dividimos en grupos para actuar diferentes escenas del texto. En primer lugar hicimos el guion y después lo actuamos. Mi grupo esta compuesto por Silvestre Braun, Otto Kreutzer, Martina Villafañe, Juana Perez Muñiz y Maria Roggero.

Consignas:

  1. Armar grupos de 6 personas
  2. Elegir una de las siguientes escenas para trabajar: a. la detención de Martín Fierro b. pela con la partida e intervención de Cruz (MI GRUPO) c. El duelo de guitarras d. Las consejos de Martín Fierro.
  3. Elaborar el guión cinematográfico de la escena. IMPORTANTE: este trabajo tendrá que presentarse y será evaluado.
  4. Representar el guión. Los alumnos cumplirán roles puntuales (actor, camarógrafo, director, escenógrafo, encargado de vestuario), esto aparecerá consignado en los créditos de la película. Por falta de recursos, los alumnos podrán cumplir más de un rol. Pueden tener actores invitados. IMPORTANTE: este trabajo también se presentará y será evaluado.

 

Guion Cinematográfico:

 

Escena:

 

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The Lady In The Looking-Glass

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Home Is So Sad

To add to my E-portfolio I did a comparison between the movie ¨The Beauty and the Beast¨ and ¨Home is so Sad¨

 

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Rooms

Rooms

BY CHARLOTTE MEW

I remember rooms that have had their part

     In the steady slowing down of the heart.

The room in Paris, the room at Geneva,

The little damp room with the seaweed smell,

And that ceaseless maddening sound of the tide—

     Rooms where for good or for ill—things died.

But there is the room where we (two) lie dead,

Though every morning we seem to wake and might just as well seem to sleep again

     As we shall somewhere in the other quieter, dustier bed

     Out there in the sun—in the rain.

Activity 1

Answer the following questions

1. Read about the writer.

Make notes about her life and about what may have influenced her writings.  Why is it said that the life of the writer was a tragedy?

2. Read the poem: how are “rooms” described?

3. “The poem offers us a poignant account of loss as qualified through the depiction of abandoned rooms. Rooms are the physical means to which relationships are developed and consecrated. It entails intimacy and love, as well as abandon and death. It shelters individuals, as well as couples, from the harshness of the natural elements outside, providing them with a private and cosy space. There is also a sense of shifting dependence as the couples travel from room to room, leaving their trails behind and simultaneously having images of the abandoned rooms imprinted upon their memories.”

Account for this with quotation from the poem

4. The poem begins “I remember”. What does this tell you about the voice? And the tone?

5. What is the theme in your opinion? What is the tone?

This video will help you understand the poem a bit more!!

 

Activity 2

Read the following poem and compare and contrast it to “Rooms”  in terms of style, language and form, paying special attention to their portrayal of abandoned rooms.

Home is so Sad
by Philip Larkin

Home is so sad. It stays as it was left,
Shaped to the comfort of the last to go
As if to win them back. Instead, bereft
Of anyone to please, it withers so,
Having no heart to put aside the theft

And turn again to what it started as,
A joyous shot at how things ought to be,
Long fallen wide. You can see how it was:
Look at the pictures and the cutlery.
The music in the piano stool. That vase.

Answers:

  1. Charlotte´s life is considered a tragedy because of many reasons, to start with, she had six siblings and three of them passed away. From those three left two had been put in a mental hospital. The sister she had left, was ill and she had to take care of her and to add to the situation her father’s dead leed them in a bad economic situation. After this tragedy life, she decided not to marry because she thought she would transmit any of this thing.
  2. These rooms are described as rooms that didn’t receive any care, nobody, that had clean them, they are described as abandoned. Also, she describes them as something she misses and somewhere important for her were some of her memories took place.
  3. ¨ Rooms where for good or for ill—things died.¨, ¨“the room where we (two) lie dead”,
  4. The theme of the poem is nostalgic and depressing, the fact that the poem starts ¨I remember ¨ anticipates us that it is going to deal with a nostalc¡gic poem because the voice is talking of event that she misses that she had already gone through.
  5. The tone, in my opinion, is nostalgic and depressing because of the dark symbols and they way that she describes the room. It is also nostalgic because she talks about past thing or events as something she felt the loss of.  The theme of this poem is pass memories because she talks about this events and rooms as part of her past.

 

 

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The eye as a sense organ

STRUCTURE OF THE EYE

Study the structure and functions of the human eye HERE, and complete pages 9 and 10 from the booklet.

HOW WE SEE COLORS

Watch the video!

Booklet Act: COMPLETE questions 4 c and d on page 10.

 

PUPIL REFLEX

  • In pairs,  add a video which shows the pupil reflex in your eyes.
  • Using your reflex actions knowledge, sketch the sequence of the pupil reflex. State the stimulus, receptors, coordinator, effector, effect, response and all the neurons involved.
  • What is the importance of this reflex?
  • Booklet act: COMPLETE questions 1 b and c on page 9.

ACCOMMODATION OR FOCUSSING

  • Play this animation about focusing a close or distant object and answer the interactive questions.
  • Booklet act.: Answer questions 2 and 4 a and b.

PROBLEMS WITH VISION?

Let´s discuss about them HERE!

Connections between the nervous system and the eye as a sense organ.

Booklet act: Answer question 5 on page 10.

Answers:

2a. Lends and cornea.

2b. CIliary muscle would contract so the lend go fatter and shorter.

Stimulus (light intensity)—– receptors(retina)–sensory neurone–coordinators(Brain)—-Effector–muscle of iriseffect—-response

  • Bright Light=cones—-Pupile constricts
  • Dim Light=rods—-Pupile dilates

The importance of this reflex is to prevent the damage of the retina. If too much light reaches the retina, it can be damaged. On the other hand, if the light is dim if the pupils would dilate we wouldn’t be able to see in the dark.

4a. Muscle A= Ciliary muscle: Allows the lens to become fatter for focusing on close objects

Muscle B= Iris circular muscles: The pupil becomes smaller.

Activity 4c

Activity 4D

Exercise 1 activity b & c:

b)

C) Jasmine could see shapes but not colors in a dark room because cones are the once that detect color thanks to the bright light can´t work without light. On the other hand, rods can work with dim light and allows as to distinguish shapes.

 

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Rooms

For our literature class, we had to add an entry to our E-portfolio based on a poem we read in class called ¨Rooms¨ by Charlotte Mew.

To add to my E-portfolio I decide to do a collage based on the description we get of those ¨ROOMS¨for all the illustration I decided to use the imageries we can find in the poem.

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Biology virtual period reflex acts

Read page 5 from HERE.

Act: Answer the interactive question and post a scrrenshot with the answers.
Film 2 examples which show reflex actions. (BE CAREFUL IN USING HOT OBJECTS! MIMICS ARE ACCEPTED!)
For each example, name the structures involved:

stimulis __ receptor __coordinator __effector __ response

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biology

1.ANATOMY OF A NEURONE: Watch THIS video!
Act: State how the structure of a neurone is related to the function.

2. TYPES OF NEURONES: Read “overiew of neurone structure and function from HERE
Act: Make a labelled drawing of each of the three types of neurones, motor, sensory and relay, and state their functions.

3. SYNAPSE:
Act: Post a short video explaining synapse.
Act: Describe in your own words how nerve impulses are transmitted from neurone to neurone.

1. Neurons are the basic functional units of the nervous system, and they generate electrical signals called action potentials, which allow them to quickly transmit information over long distances. Because it is connected with most organs.
2. The types of neurones are; sensory neurons, motor neurons, and interneurons.
The function of Sensory neurones is to get information from things that are happening inside and outside from our body and it sends a signal to the CNS where information is processed.
The function of motor neurones is to send commands to our muscles organs and glands.
The last neurones is the interneurons, it faction is to receive information from other neurons and transmit information to other neurons. they connect one neurons to another. This is only found in the CNS.

3.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VitFvNvRIIY

b. nerve impulses are transmitted from neurone to neurone by a in the neurotransmitter inside a vesicle. When the presynapticneuron gets excited by an electrical single by an actual potential causes the neurotransmitters to diffuse into the receptors from the other neuron.

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Literature, Authors Presentations

On ower Literature, all together, we created a presentation based on the writers of the 12 stories we are going to read throughout the year.  We were divided into groups and each group presented two writers.

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