Esta semana jugamos con la cinemática.
Solo necesitamos dados iguales y vasos altos. Nosotros en el laboratorio usamos probetas, 3 por grupo.
En una probeta pusimos agua, en otra aceite o vaselina, en otra quedó el aire.
Y medimos en cada una cuánto tardó el dado en llegar al fondo de la probeta…¡hubo diferencia!!
¿Y hoy qué hacemos?
Y ahora veamos qué es la capilaridad…que tiene que ver con movimiento…
Y ahora…¡este sinfín de movimientos!
Esto hicimos nosotros…
Watch this presentation we wrote together in class and rewrite your essay for next Monday.
Send the last version to me: email@example.com
THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER from Songs of Experience
A little black thing among the snow,
Crying «weep! ‘weep!» in notes of woe!
«Where are thy father and mother? say?»
«They are both gone up to the church to pray.
Because I was happy upon the heath,
And smil’d among the winter’s snow,
They clothed me in the clothes of death,
And taught me to sing the notes of woe.
And because I am happy and dance and sing,
They think they have done me no injury,
And are gone to praise God and his Priest and King,
Who make up a heaven of our misery.»
Answer: this will help you
a. Who is the voice?
b. What symbols can you find?
c. Explain each stanza.
d. Find a metaphor and explain it.
e. What is the tone of the poem?
f. How different it is from the other poem we read?
g. Which one do you prefer and why?
Les dejo una página con juegos de tiempos verbales en el modo indicativo y el subjuntivo que los puede ayudar a practicar para la prueba:
Indicativo y Subjuntivo: Actividades y juegos para practicar
Hi, I am Toto from Channel 21 and today I am reporting about a twelve years old boy Jim Hawkings that found a treasure on “The Tresaure Island”
He went in a boat called Hispanola to “The Tresaure Island” looking for the treasure of Captain Flint a famous pirate that have a lot of money. It result that this treasure was divided in the people who found it that were 6. Jim Hawkins use these money for buying a large inn for him and his mother and for him to be able to study. He is a very lucky child
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This afternoon, I left the French camp with the three mosketeers and D’Artagnan. We were going to have a picnic so we went ta hill to reach the top of the castle of La Rochelle, where a day before a battle was fought. They had somethig to say to my master, and didn’t want anyone to hear it, mainly Cardinal spies.
When we arrived I started to serve the lunch and suddenly Aramis saw some English soldiers climbing up. But I did not care because the musketeers and D’ Artagnan defeated them.
After some minutes I saw around 20 soldiers running across the field towards the hill. I was loosing hope till Athos had the idea of pushing the wall and so that it burry them alive! He said »Push!» and all of us pushed with all our strengh, it had worked! After all that effoprt we felt relived and I relax while they talked about their things.
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using the information in the book provide a twist in the story. Change the ending in a radical yet accountable way.
After Flora left Bly, Miles started acting strangely. First the moring he talked alone, he didn’t eat nothing. I thought that is was about Flora, but then i realised that it wasn’t about Flora it was about Peter Quint.When fanilly Flora came back to Bly Miles wasn’t very happy. 1 month later mrs.grose talked to Miles and he said that he was scared of Bly and he don’t want to live in Bly anymore. 3 months later we talke to the uncle of Miles and Flora and we said that the chilfren didn’t want to live anymore in Bly. So we moved to Londres and we lived happily.
Task:Imagine you are Oliver and you keep a diary of your life. Choose one of the many things that happened to you and write it down in your diary.
Until now I was treated badly, people in my other homes hit me and gave me very little food, but today something incredible has happened: I have finally and luckily found a good house where to stay. This house has a beautiful garden and some nice paintings. In this house I can eat and sleep well. Here I love to work as a servant. My masters who´ve taken care of me when I was ill are called Mr. Brownlow and Mrs. Bedwin.
While I was talking with Mr. Brownlow this morning a friend of his rang the doorbell and entered the house. He is called Mr. Grimwig. Some hours later Mr. Brownlow sent me to return some books and some cash. He really trusts me. Mr Grimwig thought that I wasn´t going to return home because he thought that a street child with five pounds and great books would steal all of it.
Of course I was going to return but when I was going to hand over the books suddenly Fagin and his friends found me and took me away with them. He wants me to work for him again! Of course I had to give him the money, but I kept the books. I´m planning to escape again but I think it will be very difficult with Fagin keeping an eye on me. It’s late and I´m very tired now, so I´m going to sleep. I hope tomorrow is a better day.