Human Reproduction Project

Our tecaher told us to answer some questions to out mothers that are written on her blog to know more about their pregnancy:

Questions:

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 follow a special diet ?

6) Did she take 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?

9) How many weeks were you inside?

10) Were you born at a hospital or at home?

11) Was it a natural birth or Cesarean 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?

Answers:

1. My mom was 24 and my dad 27 at that time

2. Yes, she did as soon as she find out

3. Blood test and una ecography 

4. No, there weren’t any problems 

5. She didn’t followed any kind of diet 

6. She didn’t drank alochol

7. Yes, they knew

8. I moved a lot but she still felt really happy to have her first daughter 

9. I was inside of my mother for 41 weeks

10. I was born at a hospital 

11. My birth was a cesarian birth

12. Yes. It was going to be a natural birth but I was being choked by the umbilical cord 

13. I was born at 9:30 p.m.

14. It was fast

15. There wasn’t

16. I was fed with both

17. The happiest day of her life where she became mom for the first time. The best feeling you could have. The first time she hugged me she couldn’t stop crying

This are some pictures from when I was born:

RAP:

I was born in 2005, the year my mom had her first child.

I brought joy all along, my mother owned a big belly and did not peed blood

I came by cesarian because natural birth was not an option, since my umilical cord was choking me and we needed to take precautions. 

Finally I was out and all my mother could do is cry, love me, and hug me tight. 

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Relato De Naufrago

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Trabajo practico de geografia

El profesor de geografía hoy nos hizo responder unas prguntas en su blog relacionadas con lo que vimos en el tema de hoy

  1. la diferencia entre un refugiado y un migrante es que los refugiados estan obligaos a ser recibios  por la ONU mientras que siendo un migrador, puede ser que no te reciban ya que no es obligatorio. Ser migrador no tenes tantas probabilidades de tener un riesgo vital inmenso pero al contrario d elos refugiados, ellos si tienen.

2.La incidencia demográfica crea efectos económicos, políticos y sociales, el saldo migratorio, el mantenimiento de prácticas culturales por parte de los que llegan al país y la concentración urbana de origen migratorio.

3. Las personas pueden llegar a migrar por guerras en su pais, causas politicas, culturales, economicas o/y familiares ya que algunos de estos conflictos pueden implicar para ellos vida o muerte.                   

5. 

Barrio Armenio:

Barrio Correano:

6. Esto demuestra que las tradiciones de los primeros pueblos originarios (los primeros habitantes de Argentina) no desparecieron. Hasta familias que vienen de inmigrantes siguen celebrando

7. “Buenos Aires Celebra” festeja la cultura de distintos países en sus fechas importantes como el día de su independencia. Trae a los Argentinos distintas culturas de diferentes países para conocer más sobre ellos.

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BIOLOGY MIND-MAP

This is the mind map my base group (sere, facu) and I did. It explains the menstraul cycle and the woman’s sintoms during menstruation. This was the task given to us and we feel like is a shorter easier way to explain and later understand this topic. 

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Salario minimo en Argentina 2005

En la clase pasada de Form. Etica y Ciudadana la profesora Adriana nos mostró un video sobre la economía en el 2005 despues de la crisis economica en el 2001. Era un señor quien se propuso llegar hasta el mes con el salario minimo y “adecuado” en ese tiempo para poder sobrevivir ($111 pesos)

Las reflexiones que puedo hacer sobre el video es aumentar el salario minimo, porque el señor pudo demostrar que con la poca y repetitiva comida que tenia que comer cada dia no era suficiente ya que bajo muy rapido de peso y no saludablemente, el señor  llego a tener brotes fiebre y se empezo a sentir muy debil mientras que el tiempo pasaba por estas escasas circunstancias de vida ya que la canasta basica que proponia el gobierno no  lograba cubrir las necesidades basicas de un individuo.

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ED TECNOLOGICA

EDUCACION TECNOLOGICA

hoy en educación tecnológica terminamos de modificar nuestros juegos y jugamos lo de los otros para después evaluarlos. Yo jugué el de caro que me pareció un juego muy gracioso/divertido para jugar entre amigos porque el juego consiste en jugar con los ojos cerrados y eso me parece muy original ya que se diferencia de los otros. 

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Atenas de Percicles

Yo habia faltado a esta actividad así que me puse al tanto con lo que me comentaron mis compañeros de la clase. Vieron un video sobre el gobierno de Pericles en Atenas. Despues, Maria Laura dijo que seleccionemos 10 frases que demuestren lo que habíamos aprendido y las publiquemos en nuestros blogs. Estas son las mias

1. Pericles creía que la mejor forma de dejar su huella era cambiar Atenas completamente

2. Siglo V a.C: se construyó el Partenón, una de las construcciones más importantes de Grecia.

3. Dentro del Partenón había una escultura de la diosa más apreciada: Atenea.

4. Atenas era un núcleo comercial.

5. Luego del Partenón, se construyó el Hefesteion, que estaba dedicado a todos los artesanos que hicieron posible el sueño de Pericles.

6. El Hefesteion se ubicaba en la entrada del Ágora.

7. Cada año, 500 atenienses eran seleccionados para ser senadores.

8. El sistema de gobierno era democrático.

9. Los muros de las casas atenienses estaban hechos de adobe o piedra y reforzados con madera y arcilla.

10. Pericles tenía una flota muy avanzada.

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LITERATURE THE OPEN BOAT QUESTIONS

  1. Why is only the oiler given a name (Billie)? Why are the others referred to generally?

I think that is because the oiler is one of the main characters. Since is the only one who dies and in the ending of the story the focus of the readers is mainly of him.

  1. Why is that only the Oiler dies and not anyone else?

The Oiler was meant to die, as the Darwin theory  says. He followed the captain rules without thinking it through, like the consequences. This was his fate in the story and he couldn’t do nothing to change it.

  1. What is the view of nature presented in the story?

Nature is viewed as superior to this men because nature had all the control on them.  This men couldn’t change nature (their main obstacle)

  1. What is the view of men presented in this story?

They were hoping for a blessing to find a safe place to stay (land), as much as they wanted to keep their hopes up, their prayers seemed impossible since they couldn’t do anything to change their fate, they couldn’t control the nature, which was the only source they had to find land, they depended on that and that frustrated them and got them really moody because nature often changed from one second to another. They didn’t know were they were standing, they didn’t know if they were close or far from their objective. 

  1. How do the men in the open boat relate to eachother?

They are dealing with the same problem and it’s not like one knows more than the other. They are all this this state of confussion trying to find land. They have the same objetives, the same worries and the same problems. 

  1. What “patterns” or “repitations” do you find in the story? How are these important to understanding the story?

I found the colors grey, black and white really repetitive in the story, or the action of rowing. The rowing is really important because its basically what the men have to do 24/7 and repiting it is showing you how exsausted they are because they don’t have another choice. And the colors represent a really oppressive environment which is what again they have to deal everyday with. 

  1. Where does the narrator seem to “intrude” into the story? Is it distracting, is it effective? 

It is distracting and effective at the same time since saying his own opinions often persuade you to think the same way as him but at the same time it is effective because it makes you realize things you didn’t before, and his opinions could help you to make up your own theory about the story. 

  1. What do you think about te ending of the story (after we find out that Billie te Oiler dies)? Is it truthfull, or is the narrator being ironic?

I think the narrator is being ironic when he says he sacrificed himself, that makes him look like a hero when the reality is that he sacrificed for no reason, it was dumb for him to do it, plus, he didn’t helped, he actually made things worse. 

  1. Why dud Crane use the structure he did — the seven sections with Roman numerals? 

I think he used the seven sections in Roman numbers because he wanted to show their journey and improvement on achieving their objective through out the sections. I think he named them with Roman numerals so the readers could get a track of how many times the men in the boat failed or were getting more close to the lighthouse.

PATHWAYS TO INTERPRETATION 

  1. Consider the biographical context and connections
  2. Consider the historical context and connection 

PATTERS IN THE OPEN BOAT

  1. Use of the references to COLORS: 

“The roar of te surf was plain, and sometimes they could see the WHITE lip of wave as it sum up the beach” 

“A tiny house blocked out the BLACK upon the sky”

“Meanwhile the lighthouse had been growing slowly larger. It had now almost assumed color, and appeard like a little GRAY shadow on the sky” 

  1. Repetition of ROWING passage:

”In the meantime the oiler and the correspondent ROWED. And also they ROWED. They sat together in the same seat, and each ROWED an oar. Then the oiler took both oars; ROWED and they ROWED.”

  1. Hints or clues of foreshadowing about the oiler? 

The following quote is a perfect example that gives you a hint that one of the men in the boat will probably die: “he had never considered it his affair that a soldier of the Legion lay dying in Algiers, or had it appeared to him as a matter of sorrow” 

  1. References to DEATH or DEAD SLEEP? “I never shall see my own, my native land” this forshadowes that he will entually die
  2. Do the men in “The Open Boat” overcome nature, or are they spared by nature? 

nature is against them most of the times although they couldn’t do anything about it because they depened on it. In a way the only thing that could end their problem was nature but naure was the thing who started it too and even made ir worse since it loooks like getting farther of the lighthouse isn’t a solution. I believe they overcomed nature since they gaved up fighting the waves and  focused more on just gettung to the lighthouse rowing constantly (they achieved their goal). Nature is the main obstacle, it was the reason that kept them away from their main objective, so definetly the nature didn’t “save them”.

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Biology project

After some weeks, we finished the Biology Project we had been working on. Here is the table of results

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GEOGRAFIA 14/8

 este fue el porcentaje de cuanto gasto de energia. Creo que puedo mejorar esto por apagar las luces cuando no las use.

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