lunes, 15 de septiembre de 2014

INGLÉS 5: COMPRENSIÓN DE TEXTOS - DOC 03

ACTIVATING YOUR EIGHT MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES

The theory of multiple intelligences holds that there are eight different intelligences that account for the potential to learn. Each of the intelligences can be useful to you as a learner.

Here are the eight intelligences and some ways that you can activate each.

1.          Verbal / Linguistic Intelligence - This intelligence is language-based and involves the ability to speak and write. You can activate your verbal/linguistic intelligence by trying to learn new words each day, reading, listening to news on the radio, getting involved in debates, and participating actively in class discussions.

2.          Logical / Mathematical Intelligence - This intelligence involves numbers and reasoning. You can activate your logical / mathematical intelligence by studying formulas, doing calculations, and solving puzzles.

3.          Visual / Spatial Intelligence - This intelligence involves thinking in images and pictures. You can activate your visual / spatial intelligence by analyzing the visual aids in your textbooks and by creating mind maps, flow charts, diagrams, and pictures.

4.          Bodily / Kinesthetic Intelligence - This intelligence involves body movements and handling objects. You can activate your bodily / kinesthetic intelligence by using your motor skills regularly through exercises like jogging, playing sports, and engaging in hands-on activities. You can also activate this intelligence as you type your assignments on your computer.

5.          Musical Intelligence - This intelligence involves musical abilities such as rhythm and pitch. You can activate your musical intelligence by listening to music, playing an instrument, and singing.

6.          Interpersonal Intelligence - This intelligence involves responding to the moods, motivations, and needs of others. It leads to good interpersonal relationships and allows you to enjoy the company of others. You can activate your interpersonal intelligence by participating in class activities and discussions, brainstorming with others, and getting involved in social activities.

7.          Intrapersonal Intelligence - This intelligence involves self-esteem, self-worth, and self-awareness. You can activate your intrapersonal intelligence by critically examining your strengths and weaknesses.

8.          Naturalist Intelligence - This intelligence involves appreciation and understanding of nature. You can activate your naturalist intelligence by linking learning experiences to the natural world. Explore nature through field trips and camping to learn about things in their natural settings.

The eight intelligences provide eight pathways to learning. You don't have to learn something using all eight pathways. Try to use those that are your strongest and are related to what you are trying to learn.



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INGLÉS 5: NIVEL 03, TEXTO 05

Nina

Ann rides her bicycle. Ann rides her little bicycle to work. Ann rides her little, red bicycle to work every day.

Nina rides the bus. Nina rides the big bus to work. Nina rides the big, slow bus to work every day.

Luis rides the train. Luis rides the big train to work. Luis rides the big, fast train to work every day.

Carlos walks. Carlos walks to work. Carlos walks on the crowded sidewalk to work every day.

QUESTIONS

1) Where do Ann, Nina, Luis, and Carlos go every day?
A. They go to work.
B. They go to the bus stop.
C. They go to the bicycle store.

2) Who rides a bicycle to work?
A. Ann
B. Nina
C. Luis

3) What does Nina ride to work?
A. the train
B. her bicycle
C. the bus

4) Who rides to work?
A. Ann, Nina, and Luis
B. Nina, Luis, and Carlos
C. Ann and Luis

5) According to the passage, what is big?
I. the train
II. the bus
III. the bicycle

A. I only
B. I and II only
C. I, II, and III

6) According to the passage, what is little?
I. the bicycle
II. the bus
III. the train

A. I only
B. I and II only
C. I, II, and III

7) Who probably uses the most energy to get to work?
A. Ann
B. Nina
C. Luis

8) How is Carlos different than Ann, Nina, and Luis?
A. Carlos rides the bus to work and the others ride the train.
B. Carlos walks to work and the others ride a vehicle.
C. Carlos rides his bicycle and the others ride the bus.


jueves, 11 de septiembre de 2014

INGLÉS 5: NIVEL 03, TEXTO 04

Robert

On Monday, Robert works at the bank. He plants three bushes. He plants eight yellow flowers. He plants three trees.

On Tuesday, Robert works at the school. He plants five red flowers. He digs a hole with a shovel.

On Wednesday, Robert works at the hospital. He plants twelve bushes.

On Thursday, Robert works at the school. He plants two trees. He plants sixteen white flowers. He digs four holes with a shovel.

On Friday, Robert works at the grocery store. He plants two bushes. He plants one tree.


Questions
1) Where does Robert work on Wednesday?
A. at the hospital
B. at the school
C. at the grocery store

2) What does Robert do on Tuesday?
A. He plants twelve purple bushes.
B. He plants five red flowers and digs a hole with a shovel.
C. He plants two trees, plants sixteen white flowers, and digs four holes with a shovel.

3) How many holes does Robert dig during the week?
A. one
B. three
C. five

4) How many yellow flowers does Robert plant?
A. five
B. eight
C. sixteen

5) How many bushes does Robert plant during the week?
A. twelve
B. fifteen
C. seventeen

6) Where does Robert plant white flowers?
A. at the bank
B. at the school
C. at the hospital

7) Robert works at the school on
I. Tuesday
II. Thursday
III. Friday

A. I only
B. I and II only
C. I, II, and III

8) Robert plants bushes at the
I. bank
II. hospital
III. grocery store

A. I only
B. I and II only
C. I, II, and III

9) Based on information in the passage, we can understand that Robert is a
A. doctor
B. teacher
C. landscaper

INGLÉS 5: ORIENTACIÓN SOBRE CARRERAS

Test general d orientación vocacional
http://www.edukativos.com/docs/testdeorientacionvocacional.html

Secretaría del Trabajo y Previsión Social.
Información sobre carreras profesionales y empleo en México.
http://www.observatoriolaboral.gob.mx/swb/

miércoles, 10 de septiembre de 2014

1HM - TUTORÍA: A LOS PADRES, MADRES, TUTORES 04

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AVISO IMPORTANTE: FECHAS 1er. EXAMEN PARCIAL

PARA TODOS LOS ALUMNOS:

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1HM - TUTORÍA: A LOS PADRES, MADRES, TUTORES 03

Abraham Maslow:

















El Éxito es un Iceberg: la gente sólo ve la parte superior. Lo que no se ve es muy importante.

Trabajo duro
Hábitos positivos
Sacrificio
Acción
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Perseverar
Tener objetivos claros
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