lunes, 21 de diciembre de 2015

Ramón y Cajal



Santiago Ramón y Cajal ( 1852 -- 1934) was a Spanish scientist whose meticulous drawings of stained nervous tissue confirmed the "neuron theory" - that is, that brain tissue was made up of individual cells (neurons), as opposed to a network of fibers (the reticular theory). For his invaluable work, Ramón y Cajal was awarded the Nobel Prize, shared with Camillo Golgi. 

Santiago Ramón y Cajal was something of a hell-raiser!  He was imprisoned at the age of 11 for blowing up a neighbor's garden with a homemade cannon. But he reformed, making use of his passion for drawing, and went on to win the Nobel Prize in 1906 for his beautiful work documenting golgi-stained nervous tissue - firmly establishing  the Neuron Theory.

domingo, 20 de diciembre de 2015

Slovaquia 6th A María Sánchez, Cecilia Castillo, Natalia Bermudez, Cristina Freire and Asier Sánchez


Slovakia (1)


Slovakia is a country in Central Europe.
It has a population of over five million and an area of about 49,000 square kilometres (19,000 sq mi). 

Slovakia is bordered by the Czech Republic and Austria to the west,
Poland to the north, Ukraine to the east and Hungary to the south. 

The largest city is the capital, Bratislava. 

Slovakia is a member of the European Union, Eurozone, Schengen Area, 
NATO, the United Nations, the OECD and the WTO. 
The official language is Slovak, a member of the Slavic language family

sábado, 19 de diciembre de 2015

Estonia: 6thB Laura, Claudia, Marco and Marina Montes


ESTONIA


Estonia is a Northern European country that has suffered more than its fair share of occupation. Centuries ago, Estonia had to deal with rule by the Danish, then the Swedish, and—more recently—the Soviet Union. However, despite these challenges, Estonia has thrived and came into its own as an independent, democratic country.

Croatia, 6th B Mohamed Touil, Iván, Luis Daniel and Álvaro


Croatia


Croatia is today a very popular tourist destination. But where is Croatia? 
What facts are hidden within it?

France- 6thA William, Sergio, Claudia and Aitor


Armenia 6thB Camino, Nerea, Juliana and Ana


Armenia


Did you know Armenia is in fact a European country? Probably not..
Here are some facts about this wonderfull corner of the world.

viernes, 18 de diciembre de 2015

United Kingdom 6th B Daniel, Víctor,Mario, Jose Roberto and Mohamed Sahed


United Kingdon


In this presentation  you can find some facts about the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The British Empire at its height was larger than Africa and was even comparable in size to the Moon. Today the UK consists of four countries: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The isles of Guernsey and Jersey are not part of the Uk, but are Crown Dependecies. There are also 14 Overseas Territories that are not part of the Kingdom, but are under its jurisdiction. Queen Elizabeth II is also the reigning monarch of the Commonwealth realms, a group of 16 independent nations, including Canada and Australia.

Santa Claus


miércoles, 16 de diciembre de 2015

jueves, 10 de diciembre de 2015

miércoles, 2 de diciembre de 2015

Finland 6th A Valle, Eloy, Yu Xuam and Raquel


Finland.pptx 6thA 2015


Winters are depressing, and Finland has long winters. Despite this, the finns have created one the most interesting countries of the world.
The world´s hardest driving test is the Finnish one, you have to have around 100 hours of lessons before a test then you are provisional for 3 years....and this is why Finland has more motorsport world champions... Blood cake is served at schools once a week ... Tar is a popular seasoning in Finland...
Rudolph (raindeer meat) is popular meal at Christmas

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Cyprus 6th A Rubén, Irene, Irina and Olivia


lunes, 30 de noviembre de 2015

Rivers of Europe

European Rivers, Map of Europe Rivers, Map of Rivers in Europe, Major Rivers in Europe

Hundreds of rivers and their tributaries cross the European continent. Here we highlight those over 600 miles in length, and a few others 
DANUBEBeginning in the Black Forest region of Germany, it flows across central Europe and the countries of Austria, Hungary, Croatia and Yugoslavia. It then forms the border between Romania and Bulgaria, turning north across Romania to eventually end in the Black Sea.
It is  one of the most significant commercial rivers on the continent.
DNIEPER: Rising in the southwestern part of the Russian Federation, it flows generally south through Belarus, then southeast through Ukraine, ending in the Black Sea. Overall it's (2,285 km) in length.
DONBeginning it the southwestern Russian Federation, to the south of Moscow, it flows southeasterly towards the Volga, then turns abruptly west, ending in the Sea of Azov Overall it's  (1,969 km) in length.
ELBE: Rising in the Czech Republic, the Elbe River then flows north through Germany, ending in the North Sea.  It's ( (1,165 km) in length.
LOIRE: Recognized as the longest river in France, the navigable Loire begins in the foothills of the Massif Central, then flows north and west across France, finally ending in the Bay of Biscay. It's  (1,020 km) in length.
ODER: Rising in the rugged mountains of the eastern Czech Republic, it flows west and north through south-central Poland, eventually emptying into the Baltic Sea. It's (567 miles) (912 km) in length.
PO: Italy's longest river begins in the upper reaches of the Alps, flowing west to east across northern Italy, ending in the Adriatic Sea. It's (652 km) in length.
RHINE: Forming in the mountains of southeastern Switzerland, this legendary river flows west, forming Switzerland's northeastern border with Germany, then runs directly north through western Germany forming part of that country's border with France, then finally dissecting the Netherlands and ending in the North Sea.
Numerous tributaries and branches run in all directions, and in overall length is (1,319 km).
RHONE: Begin high in the Swiss Alps, this fast moving river flows into the eastern end of Lake Geneva, then south through south-eastern France, emptying into the Mediterranean Sea.
Small branches run in all directions, and in overall length, it's  (485 km).
SHANNON: Rising in northwestern Ireland, it flows south through a series of lakes, then turns west to eventually empty into the Atlantic Ocean. It's 370 km in length.
TAGUS: The Tagus River rises in the central highlands of Spain, flowing southwest across Portugal, then south to Lisbon and the Atlantic Ocean. It's  1,007 km in length.
VOLGA: The Volga is the largest river in European Russia in terms of length, discharge, and watershed. It flows through central Russia, and is widely viewed as the national river of Russia. It's 3,692 km long

domingo, 29 de noviembre de 2015

miércoles, 25 de noviembre de 2015

Dia internacional de la violencia de género

Los niños y niñas de 6º de Primaria junto a sus profesoras hoy, 25 de noviembre, han asistido al acto de la lucha contra la violencia de género.
Hemos leído varios poemas.
Dos  alumnas han leído un manifiesto escrito por ellas mismas. 

Lobo feroz

¡Pisotearon sus derechos!

¿Dónde están aquellos besos,
las caricias, los proyectos?
Se alejaron con el tiempo.

Se disfraza de ovejita
pareciendo encantador.
En paredes de su alcoba
¡es un cruel lobo feroz!

Sufre dolor en silencio,
sus palabras son hirientes,
como dardos que se lanzan
y lastiman a su mente.

Las cuchillas de su boca
van cortando su camino,
y los gritos que no callan
la someten a peligros.

Ya su cuerpo no aguanta
tanta burla y desprecios.
¿Escapará del fracaso?
¿Terminarán sus asedios?

Manifiesto contra la violencia de género

MANIFIESTO CONTRA LA VIOLENCIA DE GÉNERO

¡Hola! Me llamo Adriana y soy una de las muchas chicas que hoy estamos aquí. Venimos del colegio Escuelas Bosque para aportar nuestro granito de arena contra la violencia de género.
 PORQUE SI TE PEGA, NO TE QUIERE
Y por eso, aún tenemos que continuar con esta lucha para ayudar a esas mujeres que todavía no han conseguido lo que nosotras tenemos. Detenidas en el tiempo, paralizadas, sin poder decir lo que ellas piensan, por el miedo de ser maltratadas.
En un mundo gobernado, en ocasiones, por el machismo, las chicas no podríamos estar hoy aquí, manifestándonos por nuestros derechos. Tranquilos, ni mucho menos me refiero a que vosotros lo hagáis, pero sí hay algunos que lo hacen, y cada vez que lo consiguen, dan un paso atrás en la civilización. Porque han sido muchos los siglos en los que las mujeres han estado en casa, sin estudiar, sin trabajar,….
Gracias a las grandes personas que han hecho evolucionar el mundo para que nosotros hoy podamos estar aquí manifestando nuestras opiniones.

Las generaciones futuras somos la gasolina que conseguirá arrancar el coche y cruzar la frontera de la igualdad.
Adriana Izquierdo 6ºA

martes, 17 de noviembre de 2015

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viernes, 23 de octubre de 2015

Emotions and the brain



This is a very interesting video on our emotions and feelings and why 

we react in a certain way to the external world  circunstances.


miércoles, 21 de octubre de 2015

lunes, 19 de octubre de 2015

Spanish geography game

Unknown Game Review Game

Mountain Chains outside the Plateau

Name
Mountain range
Peaks
Additional information
Gallician Massif

Manzaneda Range

Torre de Manzaneda
North-east and rounded mountains

Basque Mountains
Aizkorri Massif

 Aitxuri Peak



Aneto, Possets and Perdido Mountains
Unite theCantabrian Chain and the Pyrenees



North- Border with France
Pyrenees



Catalonian Costero- Catalana





Nevada Range
Segura Range
Montserrat and Montseny




Mulhacén
La Sagra
North-east, near the coast




It is made up of 2 chains.
Highest point in the Peninsula


Baetic Chain:
Penibaetic Chain
Subaetic Chain



sábado, 17 de octubre de 2015

Spanish Mountains around the Plateau

Name
Mountain range
Peaks
Additional information
León mountains
León mountains
Teleno
They are in the north-east of the Plateau
Cantabrian chain
Peaks of Europe
Torre Cerredo
It´s made up of high mountain ranges near the coast
Iberian chain
Urbión Peaks, Albarracín and Moncayo
Moncayo
It separates the Plateau from the Ebro valley
Morena range
Madrona range
Bañuela
It separates the Plateau from the Guadalquivir valley

jueves, 24 de septiembre de 2015

European day of languages


European Day of Languages




bGreat video, however there is a mistake: the capital of Ireland is Dublin, not Belfastlin, not Belfast

miércoles, 16 de septiembre de 2015

Rivers of Spain

Rivers of Spain

Name
Source
Cities it PASSES through
Tributaries
Watershed
Miño
Fuente Miña (Lugo)
Lugo and Ourense
Sil
Atlantic Ocean
La Guardia
Duero
Picos de Ubrión
Iberian Range
Soria,Valladolid, Zamora and Porto
Pisuerga, Esla, and Tormes
Atlantic Ocean
Tajo
Sierra de Albarracín
Iberian Range
Aranjuez, Toledo Talavera de la Reina, and Lisbon
Jarama, Guadarrama, Alberche, Tiétar and Alagón
Atlantic Ocean
Lisbon
Guadiana
Ojos del Guadiana- Ciudad Real
Villa Real de San António and Ayamonte
Zújar, Záncara and Cigüela
Atlantic Ocean
Portugal
Guadalquivir
Sierra de Cazorla
Cordoba and Seville
Genil and Guadalimar
Atlantic Ocean
Sanlúcar de Barrameda
Ebro
Cantabria
Zaragoza, Logroño
Segre, Jalón,Aragón, Gállego and Cinca
Mediterranean Sea
Amposta
 (Tarragona)
Turia
Muela de San Juan
Valencia

Mediterranean Sea
Júcar
Montes Universales (Sistema Ibérico)
Valencia community and Castilla La Mancha
Cabriel
Mediterranean Sea
Segura
Sierra de Cazorla
Murcia

Mediterranean Sea