Prueba Inicial 1º ESO Ciencias Sociales ()

Historia y Cultura de las Religiones 1º ESO A.

1. Primer trimestre ()

2. Segundo Trimestre ()
3. Segundo Trimestre ()

4. Segundo Trimestre: Ancient Olympic Games.
First activity: read at class this web page about Olympics (Olympic Games)
Second activity: go to this web page (Ancient Olympic Games) and fill the worksheet at class.

5. Segundo Trimestre: Greek and Roman Gods. Consulta la siguiente dirección de internet (Greek and Roman Gods) y realiza en tu cuaderno una tabla con cuatro columnas: en la columna de la izquierda pon el nombre en español e inglés del dios o diosa, en la segunda columna realiza un dibujo del dios o diosa, en la tercera columna escribe de qué es dios o diosa y en la última columna algún hecho destacable de su biografía.

6. Tercer Trimestre: Historia y Cultura de las Religiones, Cristianismo. Descarga el siguiente archivo y realiza las actividades que vienen incluidas. ()

7. Tercer Trimestre: Historia y Cultura de las Religiones, Cristianismo. Descarga el siguiente archivo y realiza las actividades que vienen incluidas ()
8. Tercer Trimestre: Historia y Cultura de las Religiones, Cristianismo. Descarga el siguiente archivo y realiza las actividades ()
9. Tercer Trimestre: Historia y Cultura de las Religiones, Judaísmo. Descarga el siguiente archivo y realiza las actividades ().

UNIT 1. OUR PLANET EARTH.

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1.1. The solar System. ()








1.1. Fichas de los planetas (Planetas).
1.2. Rotation and Revolution of the Earth. ()



1.3. Moon.

1.4 THE REPRESENTATION OF THE EARTH: MAPS.

1.4.1. Coordenadas Geográficas ()



UNIT 2. THE EARTH'S RELIEF.


2.1. Earth Structure: CRUST, MANTLE, CORE.
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2.2. The outer layer of the Earth.


2.3. Tectonic Plates.
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Alfred Lothar Wegener (1880 –1930) was a German polar researcher, geophysicist and meteorologist. During his lifetime he was known for his achievements in meteorology and as a pioneer of polar research, but today he is most remembered as the originator of the theory of continental drift by hypothesizing in 1912 that the continents are slowly drifting around the Earth. His hypothesis was controversial and not widely accepted until the 1950s, when numerous discoveries provided strong support for continental drift, and a substantial basis for today's model of plate tectonics. Wegener was involved in several expeditions to Greenland to study polar air circulation before the existence of the jet stream was accepted.

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3.2. Internal forces in the formation of relief.
3.2.1. Earthquakes.














Listening Activity ().

Earth's Relief Crossword Activity. ().
Earth's Relief Vocabulary ()

Mapas flash Interactivos(Mapas Interactivos).
Juegos Geográficos (Juegos Geográficos Interactivos)
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Lista de localizaciones para el examen del Mapa de España Físico ()

Mapa de Europa Físico(Mapa Europa Fisico.jpg).
Lista de localizaciones para el examen del Mapa de Europa Físico ().

Listening Activity Unit 3: The Earth's relief. ()

UNIT 3. HYDROSPHERE.


3.1. The Water Cycle.





3.2. OCEANS AND CONTINENTS: bodies of water.

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3.3. MARINE CURRENTS. An OCEAN CURRENT is a continuous, directed movement of ocean water generated by the forces acting upon this mean flow, such as breaking waves, wind, Corioles effect, cabbeling, temperature and salinity differences and tides caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon and the Sun. Depth contours, shoreline configurations and interaction with other currents influence a current's direction and strength.
Ocean currents can flow for great distances, and together they create the great flow of the global conveyor belt which plays a dominant part in determining the climate of many of the Earth’s regions. Perhaps the most striking example is the Gulf Stream, which makes northwest Europe much more temperate than any other region at the same latitude. Another example is Lima, Peru, where the climate is cooler (sub-tropical) than the tropical latitudes in which the area is located, due to the effect of the Humboldt Current.
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3.4. TIDES are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun and the rotation of the Earth.
Tide changes proceed via the following stages:
  • Sea level rises over several hours.
  • The water rises to its highest level, reaching high tide.
  • Sea level falls over several hours.
  • The water stops falling, reaching low tide.

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POWER ENERGY.
Tidal energy can be extracted by two means: inserting a water turbine into a tidal current, or building ponds that release/admit water through a turbine. In the first case, the energy amount is entirely determined by the timing and tidal current magnitude. However, the best currents may be unavailable because the turbines would obstruct ships. In the second, the impoundment dams are expensive to construct, natural water cycles are completely disrupted, ship navigation is disrupted. However, with multiple ponds, power can be generated at chosen times. So far, there are few installed systems for tidal power generation, which faces many difficulties. Aside from environmental issues, simply withstanding corrosion and biological fouling pose engineering challenges.
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3.5. WAVES.

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3.6. FRESH WATER.
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3.7. Rivers.

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Rivers of Europe Quiz ()




3.10. GROUNDWATER.

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Listening Activity Wisconsin ()

UNIT 5. WEATHER AND CLIMATE.

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Pronósticos del Tiempo/Weather Forecast (RTVE EL TIEMPO)(ELTIEMPO.ES)

Archivo resumen los Climas de la Tierra ()


Climates of the Earth Presentation (Climates of the Earth)


Indicaciones útiles para comentar los mapas metereológicos ()


Actividad Mapas del Tiempo: construir gráficas de climogramas y comentar mapas del tiempo ()



Actividad Mapas del Tiempo: responde a las preguntas indicadas en el archivo para cada uno de los tres mapas ()


Actividad: Descarga el siguiente archivo y de cada climograma indica el tipo de clima qué es y cuáles son sus características en cuanto a temperatura y precipitaciones. ( )

Weather Forecast:


UNIT 6. CLIMATES AND LANDSCAPES OF THE EARTH. (para más información sobre los Climas consultar la unidad correspondiente en Bilingüe 3 ESO).


6.1.Warm/Hot Climates of the Earth Fauna ().



6.2. Fauna de los Climas Templados y Fríos.

6.3. ACTIVIDAD GRUPAL PREVIA A LA REALIZACIÓN DEL EXAMEN ()

6.4. Arctic Sea Melting Listening Activity:

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UNIT 7. CLIMATES AND LANDSCAPES OF EUROPE AND SPAIN.


UNIT 8. SOCIETY AND THE ENVIRONMENT.


8.3. POLLUTION.

8.3.1. Coal Combustion and Acid Rain.








8.3.2. Hole in Ozone Layer.


8.3.3. Global Warming.

UNIT 9.PREHISTORY.


9.1. Palaeolithic.
9.1.1. Who has lived on Earth Presentation.

9.1.2. Palaeolithic vs Neolithic Presentation.


9.1.2. Documental en Youtube "La odisea de la Especie" de TVE.


9.1.3. "Érase una Vez el Hombre": documentales de Youtube (El hombre de Neanderthal y el Hombre de Cromagnon).












Prehistory Activities ()
Prehistory Crossword ()

9.2. Neolithic.


9.2.1. Comparación Pinturas Paleolíticas vs Pinturas Neolíticas. ()

9.3. Age of Metals.
Age of Metals ().

La Arquitectura Neolítica y la Edad de los Metales.


Monumentos en Los Millares.


Los Millares.


Enlace web al Poblado de la Edad de los Metales de Castellón Alto en Galera.

UNIT 10.THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS: MESOPOTAMIA AND EGYPT.

10.1. MESOPOTAMIA.








10.1.2. The Legend Of Gilgamesh ()
10.1.3. The Hammurabi Code ()



10.2. EGYPT.
10.2.1. Érase una vez el hombre: Los Valles Fértiles.

10.2.2. Women in Ancient Egypt ()

10.2.3. How to Make a Mummy ().

10.2.4. Egyptian Society Activity ()

10.2.5.The Great Pyramids.


10.2.6. The Secret of the Great Pyramid Presentation.


10.2.7. Most famous pharaohs Presentation.


10.2.8. A Journey into Tutankamon's Tomb.()

10.2.9. Egyptian Gods.


10.2.9. El Traslado del templo de Ramsés II en Abu Simbel.




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10.2.10. Alexander the Great Listening ().

10.2.11. Egypt Activities.()

10.2.12. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Ancient Egypt Edition ()