Video de El Relato de un Náufrago

Durante el ultimo trimestral leimos un libro llamado El Relato de un Naufrago de Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

Carol, nuestra maestra de lengua, no dio una consigna que consistia en hacer un video sobre una escena del libro. Mi grupo y yo actuamos sobre la ultima parte que esta un periodista intentando de entrar en el hospital donde estaba Luis Alejandro Velasco. Mi grupo era Lucas Vorbeck, Nicolas Larralde, Manuel Carrizo y Matias Carreira.

Video

Geografia

  1. ¿Cual es tu país de origen?
  2. ¿Por cuales motivos migraste a Argentina?
  3. ¿Como estaba la situación económica/social de tu país?
  4. ¿Qué sueños buscabas cuando llegaste a Argentina?
  5. ¿Con qué realidad te encontraste cuando llegaste a Argentina?
  6. ¿Migraste sola o con alguien?
  7. ¿Te recibió alguna red de migración?
  8. ¿Volverías tu país?

 

  1. Mi país de origen es Paraguay.
  2. Viene a Argentina para encontrar trabajo.
  3. La situación económica y social era muy mala.
  4. Mi sueño cuando llegue a Argentina era poder vivir mejor que en Paraguay.
  5. Con que la situación de Argentina era parecida a la de Paraguay.
  6. Migre por primera vez a Argentina con una amiga de la familia.
  7. Ninguna red de migración me recibió porque llegue de contrabando.
  8. No volvería a vivir allí.

 

Our Immigrants

Lenny told us to look at what people of our family immigrated to Argentina and then fill the graph it was on her blog.

 

NAME/RELATIONSHIP COUNTRY OF ORIGIN YEAR OF MIGRATION CAUSES
Juan Rostagno Italy 1910 look for a better life because they lived in poverty and don´t have food
Aurelio Zurro Spain 1890 look for a better life because they lived in poverty and don´t have food
Julio Grosso Italy 1900 ?
Maria Mugarsa Spain 1915 look for a better life because they lived in poverty and don´t have food

Migrantes y Refugiados

1) Expresar con tus palabras la diferencia entre migrantes y refugiados.
2) ¿Cuáles son los aspectos de incidencia o impacto de las migraciones en los países de destino?
3) ¿Qué realidades pueden ser las que fuerzan a las personas a migrar?
4) Investigar con tu celular sobre casos de mantenimiento de prácticas culturales de poblaciones migrantes en Argentina.
5) Ubicar en google maps dónde se sitúan los barrios chinos, coreanos, armenios, bolivianos y paraguayos que predominan en la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires. Hacer un screenshot y subir la foto.
6) Relacionar la siguiente página con los conceptos visto en clase.
7) ¿Qué aspectos interesantes te parecen que podemos encontrar en estos encuentro realizados por el GCBA?

 

RESPUESTAS

 

1)

Los migrantes no son necesariamente obligados, sin riesgo de muerte si es que no se van y el país receptor no tiene la obligación de recibirlos. Los refugiados son obligados a irse, seguramente porque corren riesgo de muerte, no quieren irse pero la ONU los obliga.

 

2)Las migraciones inciden en los distintos componentes de la dinámica demográfica,principalmente en el tamaño de la población , pero también en su ritmo de crecimiento, su composición y su distribución territorial .Las migraciones tienen efectos económicos, sociales y culturales.

 

3) Migran por hambrunas, desastres naturales (terremoto o un huracán o contaminación ambiental), accidentes nucleares y por conflictos étnicos, religiosos, políticos o guerras.

4)…

 

5)

Barrio Chino

 

Barrio Boliviano.

 

Barrio Paraguayo.

Barrio Coreano.

 

6) Las siguentes paginas se  relacionan con lo que vimos en clase porque adoptamos algunas costumbre de inmigrantes pero seguimos poniendo en práctica o utilizando otras como la fiesta de la pachamama que proviene de tradiciones de pueblos originarios.

 

7) Algunos aspectos interesantes son por ejemplo, que en la Argentina se celebran muchas fiestas de diferentes culturas, o sus fiestas nacionales, en los días de estos.

Human Reproduction.

Human Reproduction. Our project.

Nicolas Grosso, Mora Malenchini and Lucas Vorbeck.

1-How old were your parents when your mother got pregnant?
2-Did she see a doctor as soon as she knew she was pregnant?
3-What kind of tests did the doctor ask her to do?
4-Were there any problems during her pregnancy?
5-Did she follows a special diet?
6-Did she takes any special precautions?
7-Did your parents know your sex before you were born?
8-How did your mother feel you were inside her uterus? (kicking a lot, moving a lot, etc
9-How many weeks were you inside?
10-Were you born at a hospital or at home?
11-Was it a natural birth or Caesarian birth?
12-Were there any difficulties at the time you were born?
13-At what time were you born?
14-How long was it?
15-Any special medical care just after you were born?
16-Were you breastfed or bottle fed?
17-Memories from your birthday?

Questions

Nicolas

   Lucas

Mora

1 40-38 26 and 28
2 yes Yes yes
3 Ultrasounds all months and analysis
4 never No
5 No, but she ate very healthy food No
6 Yes she didn’t eat sushi and alcohol No
7 yes Yes she did No
8 kicked a lot She felt happy, great and I kicked normally kicked and moved a lot
9 9 months 39 weeks 39
10 hospital I was born in the otamendi’s hospital hospital
11 caesarian birth Natural birth Caesarian birth
12 no difficulties the umbilical cord was entangled
13 11.30 AM 20:20 9:30 AM
14 very fast 1 hour trying with natural birth but then they realized that the umbilical cord was entangled and there were 2 hours of caesarian birth
15 no No
16 bottle fed breast Fed breastfed for 1 month and then bottle fed
17 the doctor said to walk to make me come out, or he would perform a cesarean the next day. So my mom took a long walk and I was born that day. I was a very quiet baby

the doctor said to walk to make me come out, or he would perform a cesarean the next day. So my mom took a long walk and I was born that day.
I was a very quiet baby
Things in common: all the mothers went to see a doctor, mora’s mom didn’t have a problem and Lucas’s mother either, none of the mothers did a diet, Nico’s and Lucas’s mother knew our sex,
Mora and Nico kicked a lot, Lucas and Mora were 39 weeks inside, we were all born in hospitals, Nico and Mora were born by a Caesarian, we didn’t have a special care after we were born

BOY ACTIVITIES.


Fill in with the correct tense

When Roald Dahl was a kid, he______ (USE) to return from school walking with his friends. In the way back home he ______  (STOP)on a  sweet-shop. One day he and his friends ______( FIND ) a hole in their class and they put candies and other things in it. Roald Dahl _______ ( HAVE ) a plan that was to put the mouse they ( HAVE- FIND) in the jar while Thwaites _______ ( DISTRACT) Mrs.Pratchett.

Fill in with the correct word

Roald and his friends found a dead rat under the _______ _. They did not know what to do until Roald ________ it and then told them the “MousePlot”.Mrs. Pratchett was behind the ________. While Roald was putting the dead rat inside the jar his heart was ______ very much. Roald and his friends went out of the shop ______.

 

Vocabulary: Thumping- Floorboard-Counter-Strut-Grab

 

1)

    1-Used

    2-Stoped

    3-Found

     4-Had

     5- Had Found

    6-Was Distracting

 

     2 )

             1- FB

             2- G

             3- C

             4-T

             5-S

Autobiography

 The Swimming Team.

 

I do not remember the age I was when I started swimming. Definitely is something that represents me. I used to swim every Wednesday since I was 5 years old with school in “Ocampo”. Then when I was 10 years old, the school changed place and that’s when my story began as a swimmer.

In the new place, they had a team of boys who swam professionally, but the problem was that they swam 2 hours a day from Monday to Friday. From 3 in the afternoon until 5.
I was swimming there for a year until the coach of the team came to see those who were not on the team to see if any could get to enter the team. The coach saw me and took me to the team.
I began to train and miss many afternoons at school until one day my dad sat me in a chair and told me that this could not continue that way. That I had to dedicate to one thing or the other, to swimming or to the school.
My chances were to leave private school and go to a public school or go to school and leave swimming.
It took me a couple of days to decide but as I’m still in Las Cumbres, I think you know which one I chose. I chose private education and left swimming because it would give me a much better education and I could still be with my friends.