Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes a Noviembre de 2018.

ANCIENT HISTORY

Publicado: 05/11/2018 10:17 por elblogdelosterceros en SCIENCE

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MIDDLE AGES

Publicado: 05/11/2018 10:22 por elblogdelosterceros en SCIENCE

MIDDLE AGES

Publicado: 05/11/2018 10:27 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

ROMAN EMPIRE

Publicado: 05/11/2018 10:30 por elblogdelosterceros en SCIENCE

TIMELINE

Publicado: 07/11/2018 11:03 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

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AL-ANDALUS RIGHT HERE

Publicado: 09/11/2018 12:10 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

HISTORY IN SAN AGUSTIN

Publicado: 09/11/2018 12:18 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

Historia del municipio

La presencia de los pueblos íberos, romanos y visigodos en la zona se puede confirmar por los restos de cerámica, utensilios de metal, cuevas y muestras de arte doméstico y guerrero que los labriegos y constructores han ido encontrando enterrados en la zona. Del período romano se han hallado columnas y un sarcófago de piedra en el Alto de la Iglesia. Fue el pretor romano Cayo Flaminio y sus tropas quienes penetraron en San Agustín.

Llegó la Reconquista y muchos de los habitantes de la comarca fueron reclutados en el año 877, por el rey moro de Córdoba Mohamed I para luchar contra los cristianos. En el año 932, las tropas castellanas atravesaron Somosierra y Guadarrama, expulsando a los árabes. Tras esta campaña, San Agustín quedó en tierra de nadie, entre los dos ejércitos en conflicto.

Los primeros documentos escritos que se conservan son del siglo XIII y revelan que en el 1084, el rey Alfonso VI conquista San Agustín a los moros en su marcha hacia Toledo y manda repoblar la zona con gentes de Castilla.

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JEOPARDY, A HISTORY GAME

Publicado: 13/11/2018 14:05 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

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HISTORY, RECTANGLES

Publicado: 15/11/2018 14:40 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

1.- HISTORY

Year 0 =Year Jesus Christ was born.

B.C.= Before Christ (Antes de Cristo)

A.D.= Anno Domini(Después de Cristo)

Century= 100 years.


 

3.- PREHISTORY

  • People lived in caves.

  • People made clothes from animal skin.

  • People hunted and fished.

  • People collected wild plants and herbs to eat.

  • They invented writing and that was the end of prehistory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.-ANCIENT  HISTORY

 

GREEKS

  • They called the Iberian Peninsula IBERIA.

  • They invented the Olympic games.

  • They invented coins.

  • They wrote lots of book about science.

  • They made beautiful buildings and sculptures.



THE ROMANS

  • They called the Iberian Peninsula HISPANIA.

  • They invented a language called Latin.

  • They made roads and aqueducts.

  • They establish the Roman Empire, a very big empire.




5.- MIDDLE AGES

CHRISTIAN KINGDOMS

  • People are: Kings, nobles, soldiers, servants, monks or priests.

  • Most people lived in villages.

  • People built cathedrals and castles.

  • Most people are poor and worked the land.


AL-ANDALUS

  • Christians and Muslims lived together.

  • There were artisans and merchants.

  • There were more towns and cities.

  • People built mosques and palaces.


In 1492 the Christians conquered Granada,the last Muslim Kingdom. This was the end of the Reconquista and the end of the Middle Ages.


6.-THE EARLY MODERN HISTORY


  • Started in 1492 when Columbus discovered America.

  • Other explorers discovered many places.

  • Printing press was invented.  -

  • Shakespeare and Cervantes lived in this period.

  • Golden Age for Spain. It had a big empire and great artists.


In 1789 there was a revolution in France. People decided they didn’t want kings or queens anymore. That was the end of the Early Modern History.





7.- MODERN HISTORY

19th CENTURY

  • Steam trains were invented.

  • Rich people had factories with machines. Poor people worked in the factories

  • Rich children went to school and poor children worked in the factory.

20th CENTURY

  • Ordinary people’s lives were better: Washing machines, cooking, cars, planes...

  • Ordinary people has easy access to doctors and education.

 




UNIT 3: MY THINGS

Publicado: 21/11/2018 11:04 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

VOCABULARY

Computer, T.V., DVD player, C.D. player, camera, turn on, turn off, open, close, put on, stickers, posters, comics, postcards, badges, shells,car, park, shark, star, scarf.

GRAMMAR

  • MY
  • YOUR
  • HIS
  • HER
  • ITS
  • OUR
  • YOUR
  • THEIR

 

  • CAN I ........?      YES YOU CAN/ NO, YOU CAN’T


POSESIVE P.

Publicado: 23/11/2018 11:22 por elblogdelosterceros en sin tema

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MAKE SENTENCES.

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