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Nutrients. 3ºEP

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Posted by on 25 January, 2016 in 4EP, nutrients

 

Periods of history III: The Early Modern Age andModern Age

The Early Modern Age.

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It started in 1492. In that year Columbus discovered America. In that date other explorers sailed around the word.

Main inventions:

  • Printing press in 15th century.
  • Compass.
  • Better maps and ships.

It is called GOLDEN AGE:

  • Writers: Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet) and Cervantes (Don Quijote) and other writers like Lope de Vega
  • Artist: El Greco, Velazquez

Spain conquered many lands in America, Asia and Africa and set a BIG EMPIRE.

It ended with French Revolution in 1789 when people decided they didn’t want kings/queens.

The Modern Age.

modern-age

It started in 1789 with French Revolution (in Spain latter with the War of Independence)

19th century:

  • There were many important changes and inventions: INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION.
    • Steam trains, factories, machines
    • School for rich families

20th century:

  • Better conditions
  • New machines: washing clothes, cooking, cars, buses, planes…
  • School for all
  • Entertainment: cinema, TV, the Internet…

21st century:

  • There will be many changes and inventions: INFORMATION/INTERNET REVOLUTION.
 
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Posted by on 25 January, 2016 in 3EP SCIENCE

 

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Periods of history II: The Middle Ages

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  • It started 476 A.D. With the end of Roman Empire. It ended in 1492 A.D when RECONQUISTA finished.
  • In 8th century Muslins came to Iberian Peninsula.
  • Muslins conquered most Iberian Peninsula and called it AL-ANDALUS.
  • Church were important: priest and monks.
  • Period of cathedrals, mosques and palaces.
  • In 1492 Christians conquered Granada, the last Muslim Kingdom.
 
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Posted by on 25 January, 2016 in 3EP SCIENCE

 

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Periods of history I: Prehistory & Ancient History

Prehistory

prehistory

It started when first humans appeared about 5 millions years ago.
It finished when writing was invented about 3.500 B.C or 5.000 years ago.

We know about prehistory from the paintings, tools and other objects:

  • People lived in caves
  • They made clothes from animal skins.
  • They collected wild plants and fruits to eat.

They discovered important things: first FIRE, then the WHEEL and finally the WRITING.

Ancient History

ancient-history

It started when people invented writing 3.500 B.C. or 5.000 years ago.
It finished when Roman Empire fall in 476 A.D.

First civilisations:

  • Greeks and Romans.

What do we know about Greeks?

  • They invented the coins, Olympic games, DEMOCRACY.
  • They started trade: buy and sell things
  • They made beautiful buildings and sculptures
  • They believed in many gods.
  • They called Iberian Peninsula “IBERIA”
  • They wrote about science: Pythagoras

What do we know about Romans?

  • They came to Iberian Peninsula in 218 B.C.
  • They called it HISPANIA
  • They conquered many lands in Europe and north Africa
  • Roman Empire ended in 476 A.D.
  • They built:
 
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Posted by on 25 January, 2016 in 3EP SCIENCE

 

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TYPES OF FORCES. CONTACT AND NON CONTACT. Neok12

Check this interesting website to know a little bit more about forces.
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Posted by on 22 January, 2016 in 3EP SCIENCE, 4EP Arts and Crafts, forces

 

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Applying forces with rubber bands on a watermelon.

Look at this video and realise how the effort rubber bands do on a mellon. Of course your real shight misses lots of frames and images we don’t see very well. Here you can see how contact forces affect objects, the flexible rubber bands produce a contact force on the watermelon and after placing lots of rubber bands the fruit doesn’t resist the force of the rubbers.

 
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Posted by on 22 January, 2016 in forces

 

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FORCES IN ACTION

Try this game to understand the gravity, the forces and the magnetism we have seen in class.

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Posted by on 21 January, 2016 in forces

 

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Crash Tests with seat belts. Forces and Movement. 4ºEP

With this video you will realise why seat belts are so important in our cars. They can save lifes and we must know that the power of forces can be very dangerous in car accidents.

 
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Posted by on 19 January, 2016 in forces

 

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4ºC Human body projects.

These were the projects you did about the human body. Nice job.

 
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Posted by on 18 January, 2016 in 4EP, HUMAN BODY

 

Physical changes vs chemical changes-. . 4ºEP

 
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Posted by on 15 January, 2016 in 4EP, MATTER

 
 
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