miércoles, 20 de agosto de 2014



WELCOME TO OUR SOCIAL SCIENCE BLOG

I AM SONIA VELASCO MONTES, YOUR TEACHER OF SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR THIS NEW SCHOOL YEAR, WHICH HAS STARTED.
 FOR THOSE OF YOU STARTING 1 ST OF ESO THIS YEAR WILL BE OUR FIRST YEAR TOGETHER AND IT STARTS WITH MANY CHANGES FOR ALL OF US. FOR YOU, IT IS THE BEGINNING OF A NEW EDUCATIONAL STAGE, THIS MEANS NEW TEACHERS, NEW EXPERIENCES, AND PROBABLY NEW MATES.
FOR THOSE IN 2ND AND 3RD YEARS, WE WILL CONTINUE THE ADVENTURE WE STARTED TOGETHER LAST YEAR.
I HOPE AND WISH WE ARE ABLE TO IMPROVE OUR LEARNING AND KNOWLEDGE DAY BY DAY.
WE WILL HAVE GOOD MOMENTS AND BAD MOMENTS, WE WILL FEEL SOMETIMES NERVOUS, OTHERS HAPPY, A LITTLE OF ALL THESE THINGS.
IT WILL BE IMPORTANT TO BEGIN WITH ENERGY, WORKING DAILY, DO NOT LEAVE SOMETHING FOR LATER AND YOU WILL REALISE THAT LEARNING IS EASIER THAN YOU BELIEVE.
I WOULD LIKE YOU TO FOLLOW THIS BLOG TO FIND OUT HOW INTERESTING HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY CAN BE.

HERE, NOT ONLY WILL YOU FIND ALL KIND OF INFORMATION ABOUT OUR SUBJECT: VIDEOS, DOCUMENTS, ACTIVITIES, MAPS, PICTURES AND ALL KIND OF THINGS YOU COUL NEED TO ENJOY. BUT ALSO OUTLINES AND WORDLISTS OF EACH UNIT THAT FAMILIES CAN FIND USEFUL..






MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU….






* Ñaupa:


-          ACLARACIÓN CHISTE DE MAFALDA

* “Es del tiempo de ñaupa” es una expresión   para indicar que algo es muy antiguo. La creencia popular considera que Ñaupa fue una persona que tuvo una existencia asombrosamente prolongada. En realidad  el vocablo ñaupa proviene del término quechua ñawpa, que significa, justamente, viejo o antiguo.