Thursday, 21 September 2017

ABP - THE SOLAR SYSTEM

We are going to make a solar system in class. All the students are going to take part in his construction.



PROCESO

  1. Cada alumno/a recibe como encargo la realización de uno de los siguientes items:
    1. The SUN
    2. Mercury
    3. Venus
    4. Earth
    5. Mars
    6. Jupiter
    7. Saturn
    8. Uranus
    9. Neptune
    10. Pluto (aunque ya no es un planeta)
    11. Asteroids
    12. Halley comet
    13. Sonda Deep impact
    14. ISS (International Space Station)
    15. Aeolus
    16. Soho
    17. Sonda Juno
    18. Sonda Stardust
    19. Lanzadera Columbia
    20. Mariner 9
    21. Apollo
    22. Soyuz
    23. Sputnik
    24. Meteosat
    25. Cohete Ariane
  2. El alumno/a realiza la maqueta o el planeta que le toque y lo instalamos en el aula usando una tubería de calefacción que nos permitirá montar un sistema solar respetando las distancias aproximadas de los planetas.

  3. Cada alumno/a realizará un pequeño trabajo que recogerá en su cuaderno de clase. Deberá contestar a las siguientes preguntas dependiendo si le ha tocado un planeta o un satélite, sonda o nave espacial.
PLANET RESEARCH

Name: (english and spanish)
Distance from the sun
Mean radius:
Number of moons:
One day: Earth days
One year: Earth years
Fact:

SATELLITE OR ROCKET RESEARCH
Name:
Nationality:
What is it?:
What is it used for?:
Mission:




LINKS
How to make a solar system mobile link 

Más Maquetas

Sunday, 4 December 2016

INTERACTIVE POSTER: PARTS OF A RIVER


Recientemente he comenzado a usar Genialy una herramienta excelente para la creación de gráficos interactivos que os darán mucho juego en vuestras pizarras digitales. En este caso os dejo un gráfico interactivo para explicar the "Parts of a River". Espero que os sea de utilidad.



Realizado por: Juan Antonio Gavilán Sánchez


ACTIVIDADES DE REFUERZO EN CEREBRITI

Encuentra la pareja (texto)
http://www.cerebriti.com/juegos-de-geografia/parts-of-the-river--glossary-spanish-english#.WEnOJKLhCV4

Encuentra la pareja (imagen)
http://www.cerebriti.com/juegos-de-geografia/parts-of-a-river---imagenes#.WExt16LhCV4






Saturday, 8 November 2014

WORLD FROM THE SPACE

All of Spain having a glorious clear day

David MacLean, académico canadiense del Centro de Ciencias Geográficas (COGS) ha dedicado parte de este último año a ensamblar las imágenes que han tomado desde el espacio los astronautas de la Estación Espacial Internacional (ISS) con su lugar correcto en el mapa terrestre.

https://cogsnscc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/OnePane/basicviewer/index.html?appid=0d1b3909ad9944dab7e29354f465ade7

Thursday, 30 October 2014

HOW TO MEASURE RAIN



Building a rain gauge to measure the amount of rain your area receives in a week is an easy and educational project for children and adults. Rain measurement helps farmers and others make decisions about planting, harvesting, and irrigating crops; it also enables engineers to design effective storm drains, bridges, and other structures. By using a few household items and the steps below, you can make your own gauge to measure the rainfall in your neighborhood.



Follow the steps in: http://www.wikihow.com/Measure-Rain

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

FOLLOW ULYSSES TRACKS!

The Odyssey is an ancient Greek epic poem attributed to Homer. It centres on the Greek hero Odysseus and his long journey home after the fall of Troy. It takes Odysseus ten years to return from Troy to his home island of Ithaca. This map tale describes Odysseus’s epic voyage and the many foes he meets upon the way.
Scholars, both ancient and modern, are divided as to whether or not any of the places visited by Odysseus are real, even so the locations shown in this tale give a good sense of Odysseus’s journey around the Peloponnese and the Ionian Islands.

http://maptal.es/tales/15#intro

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

LEARN PREHISTORY SINGING IN ENGLISH!





PREHISTORIC (Toxic – Britney Spears)

1.- Watch the video and fill the gaps
Generic _______, heredity
Changed over time
That’s the theory of Darwin
Evolution,
Australopithecus
Were earliest
Of those “____________ apes”
Shortest and furriest
In Africa
Omnivorous
Two feet
On the ground
Bipedal species wondering all around
We’re related how?
Over ages of time they’re _______________
Prehistoric
I’ve got to wonder
With a brain that’s the third of a human size
We’re related to you? Because you’re so _________________
We don’t look like you do, ‘cause you’re so prehistoric
Neanderthals
Would come along
A rival species
Only one was strong
Sapiens, sapiens
Survived to write this _____________
Found deep
In the ground
Anthropologists dig all around
You have the answer now?
When the C-14 data is analysed
Prehistoric, I’ve got to wonder
With a face that we barely recognise
We’re descended from _________?
Cause you’re so prehistoric
We don’t think like you do
Cause you’re so prehistoric (X2)
Over ages of time they’re fossilised
Prehistoric, I´ve got to wonder
With a brain that’s a third of the ______________size
We’re related to you?
Cause you’re so prehistoric
It’s the Paleolithic way of life
Prehistoric gatherer-hunter
Through the blistering _______ Age we survived
And we owe it to you
Though you’re so prehistoric
Excavate you now
With the shovels now
I think I’m ready now
Excavate you now
With the shovels now
I think I’m ready now




2.- Questions
1) Which theory highlights Human Evolution?
2) Who came up with this theory?
3) Which species of hominid are named in the video?
4) What are their characteristics?
5) Compare the brain of the first hominids to our brains
6) What are the key features that separate human beings from our ancestors?
7) What is the name of people who dedicate their lives to finding and studying fossils?
8) Which species coexisted and competed?
9) Who has survived to this day despite the Ice Age?


COMPLETE LYRIC

Genetic traits
Heredity
Changed over time
That’s the theory
of Darwin
Evolution

Australopithecus
Were earliest
Those “southern apes”
Shortest and furriest
In Africa
Omnivorous

Two feet on the ground
Bipedal species wandering all around
We’re related how?

Over ages of time they’re fossilized
Prehistoric
I’ve got to wonder
With a brain that’s a third of human-size
We’re related to you?
Cause you’re so prehistoric
We don’t look like you do
Cause you’re so prehistoric

Neanderthals
Would come along
A rival species
Only one was strong
Sapiens sapiens
Survived to write this song

Found deep in the ground
Anthropologists dig all around
You have the answer now?

When the C´14 data’s analyzed
Prehistoric
I’ve got to wonder
With a face that we barely recognize
We’re descend from you?
Cause you’re so prehistoric

We don’t think like you do 
Cause you’re so prehistoric  (X2)
Over ages of time they’re fossilised 
Prehistoric, I´ve got to wonder
With a brain that’s a third of the human size 
We’re related to you?
Cause you’re so prehistoric
It’s the Paleolithic way of life  
Prehistoric gatherer-hunter 
Through the blistering Ice Age we survived
And we owe it to you 
Though you’re so prehistoric 
Excavate you now
With the shovels now 
I think I’m ready now 
Excavate you now
With the shovels now 
I think I’m ready now