¿Que es la historia para mi?

El Martes en la clase de historia nuestra profesora, María Marta, nos dio 3 consignas que están en su blog.

B.

Atañe: corresponde.

“La memoria a que atañe la historia, que a su vez alimenta, apunta a salvar el pasado, sólo para servir al presente y al futuro.”

J. Le Goff “El orden de la memoria”

Congruente: coherente.

“La historia es la re-creación intelectual del pasado humano mediante la búsqueda de los hechos, realizada sobre la base de testimonios y la exposición congruente de sus resultados”

Casani y Pérez Amuchastegui

Diccionario: http://www.wordreference.com/

C.  Para mi la historia son hechos que ya pasaron y no se puede cambiar. Que antes de hacer decisiones es importante recordar lo que sucedió en el pasado con una decisión similar y ver los resultados.

Sobre mi blog

Organización:

El blog esta organizado por materias. Hay una carpeta con categorías dedicada a castellano y una dedicada a ingles. Todos pueden hacer comentarios.

Utilización:

El blog lo uso cuando la profesora me pide que cree una entrada como tarea o en clase, categorizando la entrada por materia.

Word Snail !

On Wednesday our English teacher Laura, told us to read a word snail and with the words to do sentences.

wordle

Many people are self-assured but some are not. As well as domineering and loud. They can also be reserved and quiet. But they are all optimistic.
In politics there are corrupts as well as good. They are boastful, obstinate and unreliable. They are all patriotic
Artists are passionate and assertive

Patriotic: Someone who is loyal to her/his country

Dirty: Someone who doesn’t like to take a bath

Conventional: Someone who follows his/her religion

Submissive: Someone who is sticked to the athority

Assertive: Someone aggressive

Passionate: Someone who gets angry easily

Reserved: Someone who doesn’t share things to much

Out going: A sociable person

Moody: Someone who gets to angry to sad very quickly

Optimistic: A very important person

Aggressive: a violent person

Reliable: Someone you can trust on

Obstinate: Someone who has one purpose

Boastful: Someone who is always talking about himself

Corrupt: Someone who is a bad person

Loud: Someone who insist on something

Introvert: A shy person

Domineering: A bossy person

Self Assured:  Someone who sure of waht he/she is saying

Dishonest: Someone who lies

Generous: Someone who shares all what he/she has

Endearing: Someone who loves greatly

Competitive: Someone who always wants to win

Hard working: Someone who works a lot and he efforts to do what he does

Answers for question of the poem “Mirror” and Poem

On Wednesday our literature teacher, Pato, gave as gave us questions to answers about the poem ” Mirror” by Sylvia Plath

  1. What do you think the woman is hooping to see in the mirror? What does she find?
  2. Why do you think the mirror calls candles and the moon liars?
  3. Do you think being completely truthful is always right? Can a mirror be terrifying?

Answer:

  1. A pretty and young girl. She finds an old and ugly woman.
  2. Because they don’t give light enough to show how her face. So they are lying  about how she really is.
  3. It is not always right, because it can hurt someones feelings. It depends in what were you hoping to find and if you don”t like and hate what you are really seeing.

After we answered this questions our teacher gave us the assignment to write our own poem talkin as a lifeless object of our house that we take for granted.

“The Carpet” by Jero, Lucas, Gon and Vig.

I’m of cotton and big.

Everyone passes threw me without noticing.

The people don’t care:

they put me under tables and chairs.

The dog poops on me.

They clean on me,

but they never clean me.

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“Mirror” By Sylvia Plath

On Friday our we analized a poem called “Mirror” By Sylvia Plath, after we analyzed it in class. Our teacher, Pato, send us the presentation and homework.

Mirror from Pato_Ch

My answers:

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Symbols:

Water: Popularly represents life.

Light:  It is the spiritual and the divine, it is illumination and intelligence.

Darrkness: evil or mystery or fear.

Reflection: physical and spiritual reflection.

Sources: http://www.umich.edu/~umfandsf/symbolismproject/symbolism.html/

http://www.aseekersthoughts.com/2010/06/mirror-symbol-of-reflection.html

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What’s the theme? : the theme is about transformation.

What’s the tone? : serious.

Simile: in the last line of the poem it’s written “like a terrible fish.” Here the mirror is talking about the girl.

Personification: The mirror, because it is talking like a man/woman.

Character: the woman, because she is mentioned in the poem.

 

Mi cancion preferida

Hoy en la hora de lengua, Carol, nuestra profesora, nos pidió que escribamos nuestro cuento o canción preferida.

Cuando era chico, mi mamá me había comprado un cd de María Elena Walsh y mi canción favorita era: El Reino del Reves

Me dijeron que en el Reino del Revés
nada el pajaro y vuela el pez,
que los gatos no hacen miau y dicen yes
porque estudian mucho inglés.

Me dijeron que en el Reino del Revés
nadie baila con los pies,
que un ladrón es vigilante y otro es juez
y que dos y dos son tres.

Me dijeron que en el Reino del Revés
cabe un oso en una nuez,
que usan barbas y bigotes los bebés
y que un año dura un mes.

Me dijeron que en el Reino del Revés
hay un perro pekinés
que se cae para arriba y una vez
no pudo bajar después.

Me dijeron que en el Reino del Revés
un señor llamado Andrés
tiene 1.530 chimpancés
que si miras no los ves.

Me dijeron que en el Reino del Revés
una araña y un ciempies
van montados al palacio del marqués
en caballos de ajedrez.

Vamos a ver como es
el Reino del Revés.

Fuente: http://www.me.gov.ar/efeme/mewalsh/elreino.html