martes, 18 de septiembre de 2018

Welcome dear students!!!


We start a new course 2018/19 full of illusion, projects and new objectives. I hope you learn, enjoy and be happy in this subject. I´m sure about that!


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martes, 29 de mayo de 2018

Roma, el gran Imperio de la Antigüedad

Muy buenas queridos alumnos/as,

Estamos inmersos en el apasionante mundo romano!! Como guía orientativa  os propogo ver  diversos vídeos sobre estos temas. Ya sabéis, buscad, ampliad, leer, investigar... la clave es que os apasione lo que estáis estudiando... Nos vemos, Bye!!

Eje cronológico de Roma

Os cuelgo el eje cronológico de Roma, a partir del cual iremos trabajando y aprendiendo las fases de esta poderosa civilización.


Fuente: www.juanjoromero.es

The Roman Empire

BBC's History section

BBC's History section offers an impressive array of exhibitions, activities, games, photo galleries, and other resources. The BBC Ancient History section focuses on Anglo-Saxons, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Vikings. Among the special attractions are examples of Roman art found in Britain, planning your own Viking raid, and discovering treasures from the 'cradle of civilization.' Take some time to explore more of the BBC History offerings. There are engaging sections entitled Multimedia Room, Historic Figures, Timelines, Programmes, Reading Room, Talk History, For Kids, and History Trails. Aimed at upper elementary and lower secondary students.

Visit BBC History Web Page:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ancient/

lunes, 7 de mayo de 2018

La Antigua Grecia. Dioses de la mitología griega y romana




The British Museum: Ancient Greece

The British Museum site is full of interactive tours, simulations, and games to make the study of Ancient Greece enticing for kids. Topics include the Acropolis, Athens, Daily Life, Festivals and Games, Geography, Gods and Goddesses, Knowledge and Learning, Sparta, Time, War. You can follow the procession of the Panathenaic festival and build a virtual temple, take a virtual tour of Athens and "rope" slaves into attending Assembly. You can also command a Greek trireme, explore the battlefield at Plataia, follow an interactive story about women in Greece, and "set the scene" in a virtual house. Another option is to take an interactive tour of the Olympics, Greek theatre, and Greek festivals. Other highlights include a God and Goddesses symbol game, an interactive tour of household items, a Spartan education challenge, and a farming challenge. The Geography section features a series of zoomable maps and an interactive dive of a shipwreck. Finally, there is a "staff room" with worksheets and discussion questions to help teachers use the site. War section explores Overall, a great introduction to ancient Greece for younger students.


 

Visit the British Museum Web Page:

http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/menu.html