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WHAT GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS (GMO) ARE?
it's a serious issue but we can sing too:
Tuesday, 13 December 2011
(clik on the picture)
"The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world"
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
TWO DIFFERENT POINTS OF VIEW:
Watch and read:
1- Michael Moore's film: Sicko, part I
2- What does Sarah Palin, the conservative politician, think about this topic?
and what's on newspapers?
Monday, 9 August 2010
Saturday, 1 May 2010
EUROPEAN UNION WEBQUEST
A WebQuest for 3rd ESO (Geography)
Maribel Iglesias. IES Francisco Asorey. Cambados
e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The European Union (EU) was formally established in 1993 (although the organizing body that constitutes the European Union had existed since 1950) and currently it has 27 countries involved. The EU seeks to establish European citizenship; ensure freedom, security, and justice; promote economic and social progress; and assert Europe 's role in the world.
Imagine that you live in an small european country called Cambadia, that are considering to join the EU. You work in an important consulting enterprise. Cambadia's President, Mr. Louis Aragund signed a contract with your enterprise to make an extense report about advantages and disadvantages of joining the EU for your country.
You will have to work in groups of three people: a historian, an economist and an environmentalist.
The class is the team that will have to do this big report.
You will have to work in groups of three people: a historian, an economist and an environmentalist. First of all you should know quite well what the EU is, How and when it was created ?, members, its economy and geography ... With this information you will have to write a report with the advantages and disadvantages of joining the EU, giving an answer to this question: Should your country join the EU? and justify it.
1- First of all you should gather information about the EU: its geography, its history, the ecomomy, government structure...
For each role, the information you collect should include:
The european currency: the euro
Infrastructure, industry, and natural resources of the EU
Flag and anthem , meaning of these symbols
What happened before the EU
the main treaties: Rome, Single European Act, Maastricht, Amsterdam, Niza and Lisbon.
Physical geography: relief and climate
Different levels of development: east and west Europe
You may, of course, explore other topics of interest.
2-Design a PowerPoint presentation with maps, extracts from texts, photographs, videos, statistics... that summarize all the information that you have found.
3- Write a final report with the advantages and disadvantages of joining the EU. And give an answer to this question Should our country join the EU? justify it.
4- Each group will have to explain its final report to the other groups.
Now you know more about the European Union, you are able to appreciate what it meant in Europe's history and the problems it has now , and maybe you can contribute towards solving them. The EU was a great idea, it kept war away from Europe for 50 years but it needs to be improved in many ways. And you, as European citizens of the 21st century, should participate in it.