Monday, April 24, 2017

Vocabulary

Vocabulary words to be used to enrich your writing connected with your stories.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Proyecto Huerta Sexto Grado

                                            Proyecto Huerta 

Este proyecto lo llevamos manejando hace dos semanas y consiste en aprender la responsabilidad, también lo importante de cuidar a una planta para preservar el medio ambiente y así tener biodiversidad.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

El pícaro, la ogresa, la hija del rey y el dragón Daniel Lemus Mota

El picaro, la ogresa, la hija del rey, y el dragón

Mi Opinión 

En mi opinión el cuento es muy interesante, ya que me gusto mucho el mensaje que deja este cuento, para mí el mensaje que me da este cuento es que cuando se cierra un camino se abre otro, el mantra que me conecto con este cuento es "Yo estoy aquí por mí y solo por mi", me conecte con este mantra porque en la historia hay una parte en la que la hija del rey estaba en peligro, pero Mqidesh estaba enamorado de la hija del rey, entonces decidió salvarla, aunque sabía que enfrentar a ese dragón era un gran peligro, aun así decidió enfrentarlo.


Resumen 

El cuento trata de un hombre cuyo nombre era Mqidesh, él vivió con sus padres, pero el día de su muerte el heredó todo, cuñado se le estaba acabando su dinero decido irse de su pueblo a comenzar una vida nueva, él iba galopando en su corcel cuando de repente le dijeron que para poder pasar tenía que beber leche materna de la ogresa, la cual no dejaría pasar a Mqidesh si no lo hacía ya que al beber su leche la ogresa activaría su sentido materno y no lo lastimaría, cuando se pudo ir de ahí el siguió su camino pero de repente su corcel y Mqidesh se cansaron entonces decidieron parar en la fuente más cercana para tomar agua y así descansar, cuando llegaron a la fuente se dieron cuenta de que estaba vacía, le preguntaron a la persona más cercana y les dijo que estaba encantada y que para que el agua fluyera tenían que realizar un sacrificio, tenían que sacrificar a una joven y este sacrificio le tocaba a la hija del rey, cuando Mqidesh lo subo y fue a salvarla, mató al dragón y el hechizo se rompió, así fue como la nueva vida de Mqidesh comenzó. 

Escobar, Melba ; "Los siete mejores cuentos árabes". El pícaro, la ogresa, la hija del rey y el dragón. Pág 26 ; editorial Norma ;2004



Daniel Lemus Mota 

Friday, March 24, 2017

Canada vs Mexico

First Nations and prehispanic cultures



Prehispanic cultures and First Nations lived in different places,cut both had symbols that have an spiritual meaning or represent something for them.This symbols could also have a representation of animals or object around them, as the eagle in First Nations, they mean grace, power, and has great intellectual abilities and Eagles in Zapotec culture means intelligent, analytical, and generous people.

By: Manuel A.Tinoco, Iker Ramirez,Allexa,Gabriel Rojas,Santiago merchant







Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Máquinas simples salón 6to

Una maquina simple es un artefacto mecánico que transforma un movimiento en otro diferente, valiéndose de la fuerza recibida.











Fiding Nemo

1In the story his Nemo family was only his father and his self because his mom dead.

2In the story a pelican helps Marlin and Dory to find Nemo and I connect with that situation because when I have 2 years old I lost in a food area.

3The mantra of the story is Mistakes are part of my learning process

4In the story Dory bounce with the jelly fish 

5 In the story Nemo disobey his father.

By:Joshua Alexandre González Pérez

Finding Nemo

Nemo disobey to Marlin and touch the boat.

Mistakes are part of my learning process.

Nemo go to school and respect the others.

Nemo is in the dentist and I can always to forme and scape. 

Nemo have discipline and values and respect the others. Pilar 

Finding Nemo

I relate with Nemo because he was going through a new step in his life and wanted to do more stuff and have new friends but with this step comes many mistakes but from them we learn that's why I connect the story with the mantra"Mistakes are part of my learning process."Which we can use when we try a new sport or art and fail the first time,but from those mistakes we are going to learn,even if you fail fifty times at the end you will learn until you master this sport or art.

Finding Nemo

This book is about family and it can be connected with the mantra thre are no right or wrong ideas because Nemo have a different way to think to his father thinks.       
I connected with the story because sometimes I don't have the same ideas than my parents and I don't like the same things.
This book also tall us the relations with friends or other people and this can be related to the mantra I trust myself and respect others because Nemo respect Dory and his new friends.                                             

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Totem History

Once upon a time in a world of many gods, if the gods are months of the year for example December, December is very brave strong but is a bit silly, January is the clever of all but the shyest, February is the best at making weapons Very powerful and mythical, March if the most handsome of all but quite lazy never does anything, April is the most agile but weak, May is the most beautiful and funny clear always makes everything good, June is the smallest of all but even Small is the most powerful of all and Julio the new god ... but wait, how did God become rather like they became gods?
First of all there was a very strong war before the war was the war.
The reason the war started was only by territory and more power was better, all countries fought for more territory but were those boys who did not want war, had a plan to stop it but was too dangerous because if they discovered they could To die, the plan was to unite them all by letters.
When all the countries had the letters they agreed to go to a place, they very happy that the war would end but they discovered the plan knew but they believed that it was to win to all, to gain territory a trap, like all evil being killed them.
When they discovered the plan in depth they were the monkeys they only wanted peace so everything ended they made peace come back for that reason they became gods, gods of peace.
Gabriel R

Totem Story

A long time ago on ancient Canada there were many gods in fight with each other for the supreme power of all the gods. Every god had it's own crew of fighters and allies for winning the fight.
But there were several tribes unite that were called "The First Nation of The Pacific", they were against all the conflict that the gods made and in several times they tried to stop it, but they always failed.
On the other side there were 5 gods competing for the power; one was "Floosh", the god of darkness and relax, then "Canary", The goddess of restlessness with her canary cry  , then "Rose", The goddess of of nature, soil and plants, then "Zod", The god of power and strenght, and "Miss Harl", the goddess of fun love and friends, but something changed in her that wanted more power.

One day everything was calmed and normal, when suddenly...... 5 big explosions occured in the mountains, and the fight started. They were fighting very hard and they've damage their lands. Suddenly the ground started to shake and to open in big parts, everyone was in danger and the crew of fighters started to fall. When the gods were at the risk of death and when everything was almost lost "The First Nation of The Pacific" arrived and saved them.

After that the gods thanked them and relized they did not needed the supreme power and the damage they made to their lands and worked together to repair the damage. The "First Nation of The Pacific" made a totem in their honor because they recognized it is better as a group for sharing than alone.
BY: FRANCISCO SANTOS BARRUETA.



Friday, February 10, 2017

                                                   Islam.

There was created by the a society that calls Ahoma in aprox 300 years before this year. The most country that share this knowledge of Islam is Indonesia, the people that believe in this is 3200980 people.Islam is one of the great monotheistic religions of the world. The religion  was born in Saudi Arabia, an area inhabited by polytheistic Bedouins speaking Arabic. In the 7th century AD, the caudillo Muhammad emerged, a political, religious and military leader. He began the preaching of monotheism and a life "pleasing to God". Under his influence and leadership, the religion began a nine-century Muslim expansion.
The countries that are with the religion Islam is turkey, Pakistan, Nigeria,China,Siria and etc.
The most topic food in the Islam religion is frog, chicken, cows and etc...
But they can't eat pig.
The main holy days in the Islam religion is 20,21,22,23,24,25 of April 15-18 of August and 20-27 of December, and a especial day for here is Friday.
The most places that's the Islam have his churches and his place work is Indonesia, Pakistan a little part of the United Kingdom, turkey and Nigeria.
The Islam is a religious system begun in the seventh century by Muhammad. Muslims follow the teaching of the Quran and strive to keep the Five Pillars.

Christianity

Christianity

Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ,
Christianity has a lot of followers, over 2.4 billion followers, It was started by the 4th century, by the Roman Empire.
because some one was in discord with polytheism, he decide to believed in only one God, then some apostles start to adopt that religion.
Christianity has a holy book, a house of worship, etc.
Those are bible, and church.
Throughout its history, Christianity has weathered schisms and theological disputes that have resulted in many distinct churches and denominations.
There are lots of countries with this religion but we put the first 10

United States

Brazil

Mexico

Nigeria

Russia

Philippines

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Ethiopia

Italy

Germany

The law that God gave the Israelites goes into great detail regarding what foods they were and were not allowed to eat. Leviticus 11 bans eating the following animals:

- Those that chew cud or have a split hoof but not both (like camels, rabbits, pigs)
- Sea creatures that do not have fins and scales (like crustaceans)
- Birds that eat flesh or carrion (like crows, raptors, sea gulls)
- Most winged insects except those that swarm and jump


Daniel & Arie🎶👀










Judaism



Judaism is a monotheistic religion that it has more than 3,500 years the history of this  religion is about the polytheism and monotheism exist, there was in the Middle East in Israel, some of these prophets are Moses, Abraham, etc, but with the relationship with a God and the children of Israel. The countries that have this religion Country or Territory, Core Jewish Population, Enlarged Jewish Population World
14,200,000. 20,000,000
Israel : 6,399,000. 6,451,000
United States 5,300,000 - 7,039,000. 7,282,000
France 465,000. 600,000
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Their restrictions of food are certain animals may not be eaten at all. This restriction includes the flesh, organs, eggs and milk of the forbidden animals. Of the animals that may be eaten, the birds and mammals must be killed in accordance with Jewish law. All blood must be drained from the meat or cooked out of it before it is eaten.

Some of The main holy days are Shabbat—The Sabbath, Rosh Chodesh—The New Month, Rosh Hashanah—The Jewish New Year, Selichot, Rosh Hashanah, Tzom Gedalia—Fast of Gedalia, Yom Kippur—Day of Atonement, Sukkot—Feast of Booths (or Tabernacles), Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah, Hanukkah—Festival of Lights.

They believed in only one God, in some instruments, etc.

There is their worship places that are in The synagogue is the Jewish place of worship, but is also used as a place to study, and often as a community centre as well. Orthodox Jews often use the Yiddish word shul (pronounced shool) to refer to their synagogue. In the USA, synagogues are often called temples.

Comparison with the others religions: they believed in monotheism and polytheism, some costumes, rituals, way to live, they don't do rituals to their gods or some of their integrants all  of this are different of the Judaism.

By Miranda  Rojas and Eduardo Huerta




Judaism

Judaism
The largest Jewish communities in the world today exist in Israel (5,413,800) and the United States (5,275,000). There are also sizeable Jewish communities in many other countries including the Russia Federation, France, Canada, Argentina, the United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa and Hungary.

They plates are called Ashkenazi dishes:
Brisket:
Braised meat from the chest area of a cow
Bublitchki:
Mini hard bagel-shaped sweet breads, commonly eaten with tea or coffee.
Challah:
Braided egg bread
Charoset:
Apple and nut dish generally served at Passover
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Judaism holy days
   2.1 Shabbat—The Sabbath.
* 2.2 Rosh Chodesh—The New Month.
* 2.3 Rosh Hashanah—The Jewish New Year. 2.3.1 Selichot. 2.3.2 Rosh Hashanah. ...
* 2.4 Tzom Gedalia—Fast of Gedalia.
* 2.5 Yom Kippur—Day of Atonement.
* 2.6 Sukkot—Feast of Booths (or Tabernacles)
* 2.7 Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.
* 2.8 Hanukkah—Festival of Lights

Church or Synagogue:
On the lobby of the synagogue there are "kippas" they are headcovering worn during prayer, as a respect for God.
They use " tallits ", they are only used by adults and is worn to read the Torah.


Christianity

Christianity 
The Christianity is a religion that was born around 2100 B.C. And it is based on actually that, the teachings, ways to act and rules that God, or Jesus. 

The religion was know in the edge of the Roman Empire, the edge when Jesus was born and the edge when he made a lot of miracles, and all the religion turns around Jesus or God.

It's principal "church" is called the Vatican, it is localized in Rome, Italy, but the religion is practiced all around the world,some of the countries that are Christianity is Costa Rica,Argentina,England etc.

The religion has some holy days as Christmas, Easter,etc, which are related with restrictions of food as:
-Those that chew cud or have a split hoof but not both (like camels, rabbits, pigs)
- Sea creatures that do not have fins and scales (like crustaceans)
- Birds that eat flesh or carrion (like crows, raptors, sea gulls)
- Most winged insects except those that swarm and jump.


The Christianity has 2.2 billion of believers and it is the religion with most followers all around the world in all the history of humanity, some of the other famous religion are the Islam with almost 2 billions exactly 1.6 billions.

Made by Santi and Manu

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Judaism

Judaism was founded in the Middle East on 1812 B.C.
They thought God appointed the Jews to be their chosen people to give an example. They have a holy book named The Torah, "the laws of God".
Today, 14 million people identify themselves as Jews, and nearly 3.5 billion others follow belief systems directly influenced by Judaism (including Christianity, Islam, and the Bah'ai Faith). Modern Judaism is a complex phenomenon that incorporates both a nation and a religion, and often combines strict adherence to ritual laws with a more liberal attitude towards religious belief.
Some important events in Judaism are:
1-1812 BC, Judaism was founded.
2-1984 AC, State  of Israel declared.
3-1914 AC, firs World War.
4-1939 AC, Second World War.
5-950 BCE, King Salomon builds first temple Judaism.
In our opinion we should respect others beliefs.
By Antonio and Francisco.

Judaism

Judaism

What? Is a monotheistic religion.
When? It's has more that 3,000 years.
Where? In the Middle East.
Who? Some of these prophets are Moses, Abraham, etc.
How? With the relationship with some Gods and children of Israel.
Why? By the monotheism and politeism exist.
By Miranda and Eduardo

Friday, January 13, 2017

UNESCO

                                                 UNESCO 

The sifnificate of UNESCO is The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations 

When it was created?
16 November 1945

Who created?
Jaime Torres in Mexico

Why do they get money?
Governmental aporotations  💵💵

By Jose And Antonio 


Countries symbols

Peace symbols of Spain :


Normal symbols :


IKER AND SANTIAGO 

Unesco

                                                              Unesco
The meaning of Unesco is United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 

Purpose of Unesco: The purpose is to save the people that is in war.

Why it was created : Unesco was created in order to respond to the firm belief of nations.

When it was created : in 1945.

Who created it : Was created by some countries of the ONU.

Where do they get money : they recollect the money of all the countries of the ONU.

How many countries belong to Unesco: Mexico , U.S.A, Canada, Argentina , French and etc.........

Where are the headquarters: in all the parts of the world in especially the countries that have war.

IKER AND SANTIAGO 

1) The UNESCO meaning is United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
2) The main object of UNESCO is to contribute to peace and security in the world by promoting collaboration among to the nations through education, communication, etc and with that also enter the respect, etc. there work without distinctions 
3) UNESCO was created to forget the two world wars and build peace
4) The countries that founded the UNESCO are 20 including Mexico.
5) It was created in London in November 1945.
6) It's income from contributions from countries and voluntary contributions.
7) They are 195 members states that belong to the UNESCO.
8) The headquarters of the UNESCO are in Paris, France.
9) The UNESCO have five principal functions the 1. Prospective Studies, 2. The knowledge, 3. Standard setting, 4. Expertise and the 5. Exchange.
By MIRANDA AND MANUEL.