Prueba Inicial 3º ESO 2014 ().

WEB PAGES (MAPAS INTERACTIVOS) (JUEGOS GEOGRÁFICOS)

UNIT 1. THE EARTH'S RELIEF.

1.1. Continental Relief.

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1.2. Oceanic Relief.

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1.3. Continents and Oceans.

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1.4. Europe's Relief.

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1.5 Spain's Relief.

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1.5.1. Spain Relief Interactive Game (Spain Relief).

1.6. Andalusia's Relief.

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1.7. Wordsearch Earth Relief ().


UNIT 2. EARTH'S CLIMATE AREAS.

2.1. Ficha resumen sobre los diferentes climas del planeta Tierra.

2.2. Ficha de ejercicios para el aula. Indicar en cada climograma el tipo de clima representado.

2.3. Climogramas ().

2.5. Climates of the World.



2.6. Warm (Hot) Climates Fauna ().

2.7. Temperate and Cold Climates Fauna ().

2.8. Weather Forecast (EL TIEMPO RTVE.ES) (ELTIEMPO.ES).

2.9. Indicaciones geográficas útiles para comentar los mapas del tiempo ().

2.10. Weather Forecast in English ().

2.11. Actividad comentario mapas del tiempo ().

2.12. Europe Climate Areas.

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2.11. Spain Climate Areas.

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In this map Continental means Continental Mediterranean.

2.12. Mediterranean Climate Landscape.
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PINE TREE (PINO)

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HOLM OAK (ENCINA)

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ACORN (BELLOTA)


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CORK OAK (ALCORNOQUE)

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2.13. Climates Graphics.
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High Mountain

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High Mountain

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Continental

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Continental

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Continental

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Desertic

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Desertic

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Desertic

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Equatorial

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Equatorial

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Mediterranean

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Mediterranean

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Monsoon

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Monsoon

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Oceanic

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Oceanic

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Oceanic

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Polar Tundra

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Polar Tundra

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Polar

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Tropical Dry

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Tropical Humid

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Tropical

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Tropical Dry

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Desertic

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Equatorial

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Mediterranean

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Mediterranean

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Oceanic

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Polar Tundra

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Mediterranean

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Oceanic

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High Mountain surrounded by a mediterranean climate

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Tropical Dry

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Mediterranean

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Continental


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Desertic

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Mediterranean

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Polar Tundra

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Continental

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Equatorial

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Oceanic

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Continental

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Oceanic


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Mediterranean

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Monsoon

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UNIT 3. NATURE AND SOCIETY: HARMONY, CRISIS AND IMPACT ().


3.1. Atmosphere pollution.


3.2. Smog: China.





3.3. Waste Water.
3.3.1. Waste Water: Where does it go?.


3.4. Dumps: Where does our garbage go?


3.5. Recycling.


3.6. Unit 3: Pollution Listening Exam ().

3.7. Recycling: Games.
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3.8. Eco-Quizzes. (Quiz)

3.9. Recycling our organic waste.

UNIT 4. THE POLITICAL ORGANISATION OF SOCIETY ().

4.1. The State ().


4.2. Democratic and non democratic States.
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4.3. United Nations.
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United Nations Building,New York

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General Assembly

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Security Council

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Ban Ki Moon, South Korea, UN Secretary

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UN Peacekeepers

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UN SECURITY COUNCIL 2016:

PERMANENT MEMBERS
NON PERMANENT MEMBERS
RUSSIA
ANGOLA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
EGYPT
FRANCE
JAPAN
CHINA
MALAYSIA
UNITED KINGDOM
NEW ZEALAND

SENEGAL

SPAIN

UKRAINE

URUGUAY

VENEZUELA

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4.4. NGO's.
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4.4.1. Humanitarion NGO's.
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4.4.2. Human Rights NGO's.
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4.4.3. Environmental NGO's.
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4.5. Political Organisation Listening Activity ().

4.6. USA political system ().
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Barack Hussein Obama

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UNIT 5. THE EUROPEAN UNION ().

5.1. European Countries (EUROPEAN COUNTRIES) (CAPITALS AND FLAGS)


5.2. Integration process.

5.2.1. Treaty of Paris (1951): established the European Coal and Steel Community.

The idea of pooling Franco-German coal and steel production was not only economic but also political, as these two raw materials were the basis of the industry and power of the two countries. The political objective was to strengthen Franco-German solidarity.

The French Foreign Minister, Robert Schuman proposed that Franco-German coal and steel production be placed under a common High Authority within the framework of an organisation in which other European countries could participate.

France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands accepted the challenge and began negotiating a treaty. The Treaty was signed in Paris on 18 April 1951 and entered into force on 23 July 1952. This treaty created a common market for coal, iron ore and scrap for steel production.

The aim of the Treaty, as stated in Article 2, was to contribute, through the common market for coal and steel, to economic expansion, growth of employment and a rising standard of living. Thus, the institutions had to ensure an orderly supply to the common market by ensuring equal access to the sources of production, the establishment of the lowest prices and improved working conditions. All of this had to be accompanied by growth in international trade and modernisation of production.

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5.2.2. Treaty of Rome (1957).

The six countries that signed the European Coal and Steel Community, signed at Rome a new Treaty constituing the European Economic Community (EEC), or Common Market, whose main objectives were the free movement of people, goods, services and capital, and the suppression of customs and tariffs.


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5.2.3. Maastricht Treaty (1992): signed on 7th February by the 12 country members of the European Economic Community. It created the European Union and led to the creation of the EURO, a common currency. Furthermore, the Treaty established three great common policies: economic and monetary union, common foreign and security policies and cooperation in judicial and domestic matters.
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5.2.4. EURO currency.
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Mario Draghi is an Italian bankerand economist. He was appointedPresident of the European CentralBank on 1 November 2011. He waspreviously the governor of the Bankof Italy from January 2006 untilOctober 2011.



5.2.5. European Union Enlargement.
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5.3. The Institutions of the European Union ().
5.3.1. European Parliament.
The members of the European Parliament (MEP's) are elected by the citizens of the members countries by universal suffrage every five years.
The Parliament is the legislative branch of the European Union together with the Council of the European Union. The Parliament has real power controlling the work of the European Commission, approving the economic budget and elects the members of the Commission and the President.
The principal headquarters are in Strasbourg, France.
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Martin Schulz: is a German politician and President of the European Parliament since 2012. Previously he was leader of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament. On July 1, 2014, Martin Schulz was re-elected as European Parliament President.


5.3.1.1. 2014 Elections.
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5.3.2. European Commission.

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born 9 December 1954,he is the 12th and currentPresident of the EuropeanCommission, the executivebranch of the European Union.A luxembourgish politician, Junckerwas Prime Minister from 1995 to 2013,as well as Minister for Financesfrom 1989 to 2009. From 2005 to 2013Juncker served as the first permanentPresident of the Eurogroup.



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5.3.3. European Council.

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5.3.4. Council of the European Union.

5.4. European Union Policies ().

5.5. Euroscola Contest (Euroscola European Parliament Contest)



5.6. Eurozone (Eurozone Countries).

UNIT 6. SPAIN: POLITICS AND TERRITORY ().


6.1. Worksheet and activities ()
6.2. A Constitutional Monarchy.

6.3. The Parliament.
Congress (Congreso de los Diputados).
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Senate (Senado).

6.4. The Government.
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6.5. Judges and Courts.
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Supreme Court. Madrid.

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Constitutional Court. Madrid.



6.6. Political parties. 20th November 2011 Elections.
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6.6.1. Popular Party.

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186 deputies. 10.830.693 votes. 44,62%. Mariano Rajoy Brey.


6.2. Socialist Party.
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110 deputies. 6.973.880 votes. 28,73%. Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba


6.6.3. United Left.
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11 deputies. 1.1680.810 votes. 6,92%. Cayo Lara.


6.6.4. Catalonian Nationalist (CiU and ERC).
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16 deputies. 1.014.263 votes. 4,17%. Arthur More, maximum leader of CiU.
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3 deputies. 256.393 votes. 1,05% votes. Oriol Junqueras, leader of ERC.


6.6.5. Basques Nationalists (PNV and AMAIUR).
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5 deputies. 323.517 votes. 1,33%. Iñigo Urkullu, leader of the PNV.
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7 deputies. 333.628 votes. 1,37%. Xabier Mikel Errekondo, AMAIUR's spokesperson.


6.6.6. Union, Progress and Democracy (UPYD).
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5 deputies. 1.140.242 votes. 4,69%. Rosa Díez.


6.6.7.Galician Nationalist (BNG).
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2 deputies. 183.279 votes. 0,75%. Francisco Jorquera, BNG spokesperson.


6.6.8. Canary Islands Nationalist (Coalición Canaria). .
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2 deputies. 143.550 votes. 0,59%. Paulino Rivero, leader of Coalición Canaria and regional president.


6.6.9. Navarre Nationalists (GEBAI). .
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1 deputy. 42.411 votes. 0,17%. Uxue Barkos, Geroa Bai spokesperson.


6.6.10. Valencia Left Party and Green Party (Compromis+Equo).
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1 deputy. 125.150 votes. 0,51%. Monica Oltra and Enric Morera, Compromis spokespersons.
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6.6.11. Asturias Forum.
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1 deputy. 99.173 votes. 0,4%. Enrique Álvarez Sostres, spokesperson.


6.6.12. Other results (GENERAL ELECTIONS NOVEMBER 2011).

6.7. 2015 Elections (2015 CONGRESS ELECTIONS).
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6.7.1. Partido Popular ().

6.7.2. PSOE ().

6.7.3. PODEMOS +EN MAREA + EN COMÚN + COMPROMIS ().

6.7.4. CIUDADANOS ().


6.7.5. IZQUIERDA UNIDAD-UNIDAD POPULAR ().



7. Spain Provinces (PROVINCES) and Autonomous Regions (AUTONOMOUS REGIONS GAME).

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8. Democratic General Elections (1977-2011).
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9. Kings and Presidents.
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Adolfo Suárez. President from 3rd July 1976 to 26th February 1981.

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Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo. President from 26th February 1981 to 2nd December 1982.

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Felipe González. President from 2nd December 1982 to 4th May 1996.

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José María Aznar. President from 4th May 1996 to 16th April 2004.

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José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero. President from 16th April 2004 to 20th November 2011.

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Mariano Rajoy Brey. President from 20th November 2011 to ?
10. 23-F military coup (23F COUP).

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11. Andalusia Regional Government.

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Rafael Escudero. President from 4th August 1982 to 8th March 1984.

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José Rodríguez de la Borbolla. President from 8th March 1984 to 27th July 1990.

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Manuel Chaves. President from 27th July 1990 to 7th April 2009.

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José Antonio Griñán. President from 23rd April 2009 to 7th September 2013.

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Susana Díaz. President from 7th September 2013 to ?

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12. Spain Politics and Political Organisation Activities ().


UNIT 7. ECONOMIC ORGANISATION OF SOCIETY ().


7.1. How economy works, factors of production, labour market ().

7.2. Economic activity: 20 greatest multinational companies 2014.


7.3. 25 greatest spanish companies by incomes.



7.4. 25 greatest spanish companies by incomes and Granada's province companies ().


7.5. How a communist economy works Listening Exam ().


Presentación GEOGRAPHY PHYSICAL AND POLITICAL OF THE USA.


Presentación GEOGRAPHY OF THE USA: POPULATION.

UNIT 7. INDUSTRY.