Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes a Enero de 2017.

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- What a Powerpoint presentation is!! ...look at it up !! :





- To start on Powerpoint you are going to follow the next steps and do the following exercises :


1) Watch these videos :




2) Do these exercises :

> EXERCISE 1. (Flow charts).

> EXERCISE 2. (Tables).

> EXERCISE 3. (Charts).




- In order to check whatever ítem about how to develop a PowerPoint presentation you can look this link up :








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- Segueix les instruccions del següent video i fes l’esquema o diagrama d’un tema o lliçò d’alguna assignatura que estiguis fent :





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- Segueix el següent video i a veure si aconsegueixes fer, amb PowerPoint, una presentación tipus PREZI tal com s’explica al video :






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- Fes com en el video i prepara una enquesta d’algun tipus amb el formulari de google :













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- Here you can check the picture with much more detail :





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 - Here you can check the pic with much more detail :




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 - Here you can check the pic with much more detail :




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- Here you can check the pic with much more detail :




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 - Here you can check the pic with much more detail :




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 - We’ll try to do the following tests in order to check the MRU theory :


  Experiment 0  (It will be explained by your teacher but you have here a brief recap) :
                            
                           We'll go to the top of the highschool at the walkwaytower and we'll note
                           the trajectory followed by one mobil going over the highway that can
                           be seen from our place. We'll mesure the time needed by one of the
                           vehicle to going over the distance teacher will tell you and later you will
                           have to work out the velocity of the vehicle.




  Experiment 4. (optional).




  - Here you have a nice video in which you can watch how the mru main laws are really checked.







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 - Exercise 1 : Follow the instructions given by your teacher to create a simple mind diagram about physics lesson on your mobile phone like the one you see at the pic above.


- Exercise 2 :  It would be nice if you could check at your playstore another app to create a different sort of mind diagram and try to do a few ones a bit different from the one suggested here.  You’ll see there are a lot of more different app about it at your playstore mobile phone.





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 - This is the logo you have to look for at your playstore on your mobile phone to download it when writing "diagramas de flujo".
  
    The APP's name is SIMPLE MIND.





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- Next activity we should achieve is to create a video in which you explain an experiment, concept or whatever we have already studied related to motion lesson. it is expected that you upload later this video on YouTube, using images, videos, music and writing.

 If you don’t remember how to make a YouTube video, you follow the rules given at this technology blog made by your teachers to learn how to edit a YouTube video :

 
                                                           YOUTUBE VIDEO EDITION.



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- You can review the uniform motion lesson here watching at home a few videos I recorded several years ago explaining the most main concepts :


                                 FLIPPED CLASSROOM VIDEOS.



- You can also check this video too :





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- Go to this link, subscribe and create you own online amaze presentation :





 When subscribing don't forget to use the web in the english setting option !!.

 IN ENGLISH PLEASE !!









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- At the following links you’ll find "A LOOOOT OF" exercises to review the MRU lesson for the next exam on friday, so you only have to study a lot at home and dedicate a lot of time studying them at home  :




1)  MRU exercises 1.

     (You find these exercise’s solutions at the next section: MRU exercises 2, but try not to look at the solutions before you try doing them by your own ).


                          ( "BY YOUR OWN"  SIGNIFICA "TÚ SOLO" , "POR TI MISMO" ).



 2) MRU exercises 2.  (These ones you have the correction below the exercises, but try not to look at the solutions before you try to do them by your own) :

    Photo 1      Photo 2      Photo 3      Photo 4      Photo 5      Photo 6      Photo 7

    Photo 8      Photo 9      Photo 10    Photo 11    Photo 12    Photo 13    Photo 14

    Photo 15



 3)  At the following webs you have MRU exercises with also the solution, and a few of them with a video explaining them as well : (all these exercises are with their solution and the explained solutions are written step by step).


        MORE MRU EXERCISES. 1

        MORE MRU EXERCISES 2.

        MORE MRU EXERCISES 3.

        MORE MRU EXERCISES 4.

        MORE MRU EXERCISES 5. (De esta solo los 2 primeros ejercicios resueltos).

        MORE MRU EXERCISES 6.

        MORE MRU EXERCISES 7.

        MORE MRU EXERCISES 8.



   4) And you have a few more corrected MRU exercises here :









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- This wednesday we have developed two experiences about working out the average straight line uniform motion velocity of different objects. They worked speeds in km/h.

   1) Cars and trucks velocity on the highway.

   2) Students’ walk uniform velocity within a fixed period of time.


 -  You have here more pictures about what you did :


                   Photo 1     Photo 2     Photo 3     Photo 4     Photo 5




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- This last wednesday we have developed two experiences about working out the average straight line uniform motion velocity of different objects.

     One of them was to work out the following :

    Students’ walk uniform velocity within a fixed period of time.



    You can see the pic of a mate of you from the class trying to keep his walk as much uniform and constant as possible. The workmate tries to measure the time as accurate as possible.

     They hat to convert the worked out speed from m/s to km/h


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- Next experience we develop on wednesday at the lap will have to do about how a liquid material like glycerin can help us to introduce the accelerated motion and in turn let us compare the uniform motion we have already studied with the accelerated one.

    We will prepare 3 different measuring cylinders in order to compare an object drop through these 3 different materials : air, water and glycerin...we will see what happens and you’ll have to write the results in your workbooks.




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- Your homework for this weekend is to read, look up and check carefully the following links and webpages :

 
                                                        LINK 1           LINK 2       LINK 3


             ( AT LEAST YOU HAVE TO READ AND LOOK UP LINKS 1 AND 2 )



  - Here you have a very important demostration you will have to learn and understand, and I will explain it carefully, but if you want to, for the time being, you can go and have a look at it for the momento :

                                                   A)   MOTION WITH ACCELERATION EQUATION.


                                                   B)    VERY IMPORTANT DEMOSTRATION. 


                                                   C) ( you can also understand that demostration here,



   - If you want to catch up with the acceleration lesson you can also look up articles from 23 to 29, but not the number 25, only 23,24,26,27,28 and 29.

                                                          ( catch up with  significa ponerse al día con )



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- Here you have vocabulary you have to learn for this weekend. I expect you to work it at home :


 1 * make up for = cancel out = balance out = compensate
   (todas estas expresiones significan y se usan para decir COMPENSAR, aquí os  escribo una frase de ejemplo).
 
                                  " Qualifying as a doctor made up for all his sacrifices "
                       (Titularse o graduarse como doctor le compensó todos los sacrificios).

                     " The movement of an object is made up for the dragging on the ground ".
          (El movimiento de un cuerpo se compensa por la fricción o roce contra el suelo).



2* catch up with = ponerse al día

                                        " I expect you catch up with your homework"
                                      (Espero que os pongáis al día con los deberes).


3* look up = consultar (un libro o una página web, etc).

                                        " Look up the following links, please"
                  o también :    " Look the following links up, please"
                                  (consultar o mirar los siguientes enlaces por favor).


4* called = llamado, nombrado

                                         " In physics this kind of motion is called MRU".
                                (En física este tipo de movimiento es llamado, o se llama, MRU).


5* at least = al menos

                                         " The train hasn’t arrived, at least as far as I know".
                                             (No ha llegado el tren, al menos que yo sepa).


6* last = durar, tardar, persistir, prolongarse, como adjetivo significa el último.

                                          " You really need to win this last race".
                                           ( Necesitas ganar esta última carrera).

                                          " Our food supplies should last for two weeks".
                           (Nuestros suministros de comida deberían durar aún dos semanas).


7* well done = bien hecho

                                            " your got an A on the test? Well done!! ".
                                      ( Has sacado un 10 en el examen? bien hecho!! ).

                         " I prefer my steak well done because I can’t stand the sight of blood ".
                (Prefiero mi filete bien hecho porque no puedo soportar la visión de la sangre).



8* average = media, la media

                                                           " average velocity".
                                                            (velocidad media).


9* for the time being = for the momento = de momento, por el momento

                                     " My car fell apart so I’m using my bycicle for the time being".
                                  (Mi coche se estropeó así que de momento estoy usando la bici).


10* to solve = to work out = resolver, hallar, calcular

                                                   " Have you solved the riddle yet?".
                                                       ( has resuelto ya el acertijo?).


11* work out = resolver, entender, entrenar, practicar, calcular, cuadrar algo, hacer ejercicio físico, arreglar algún malentendido

                                       " We’re going to the gym to work out this afternoon".
                                                 (Vamos al gym a entrenar esta tarde).

                                        " I’m still trying to work out this last crossword clue".
                                  (Aún estoy intentando resolver la última pista del crucigrama)

" I finally worked out my income taxes, and now I have to send the government a check".
( Ya he conseguido cuadrar mis impuestos sobre la renta y ahora tengo que enviar un cheque a hacienda).

                                " They have a lot of problems to work out with their marriage".
                                 ( Tienen muchos problemas que resolver en su matrimonio ).

                                                                 " work it out !! ".
                                                                  ( resuélvelo !! ).

                                        " I can’t work out how many should be left ".
                                       ( No puedo calcular cuántos deberían quedar).

                                                               
12* fix = arreglar, reparar, componer, preparar
      
      fix to = poner, fijar, pegar

                                                           
                                                                " fix it !! "
                                                               ( arréglalo !! ).

                                            " He fixed his bike with some small tolos".
                                (Arregló su bici con sólo algunas herramientas pequeñas).

                                               " Let me fix this poster to the Wall".
                                            (Déjame pegar este póster a la pared).

                                         " We fixed the price at nineteen dollars each".
                                             (Fijamos el precio a 19 dólares cada uno).

                                                " She fixed the meal for the children".
                                               (Ella preparó la comida para los niños).

                                            " Now fix your attention on the taller player".
                                          (Ahora fijen su atención en el jugador más alto).

                         




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- El divendres 27 de Gener de 2017, a la hora de la classe de mates, entre les 9 i les 10h, tindreu a l’aula F22 una xarrada per part dels mossos d’esquadra que tractarà sobre INTERNET SEGURA.





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* Els grups 1D i 1E han de tenir feta la següent feina, que tenen com a deures,  la propera setmana.   El grup 1D l’ha de tenir feta pel dilluns dia 30 de Gener i el grup 1E pel dimarts dia 31 de Gener:


    Primer de tot aquí trobaras una petita explicació de què és una perspectiva i els diferents i principals tipus de perspectives que hi ha :






     e) PERSPECTIVA CÒNICA.



* Aquí et deixo uns videos perquè, a més, vegis com es dibuixa en cadascuna de les perspectives:







 * Després has de fer la següent feina:


1) Primer de tot has de llegir la pàgina 48 del llibre i fer un resum on expliquis bé la diferència entre les perspectives cavallera, cònica i isomètrica, ja que els eixos per a dibuixar venen amb una distribució d’angles diferent en cada tipus de perspectiva.

2) Què és una perspectiva en relació al dibuix tècnic? Cerca la resposta a internet.

3) A continuación trobaras unes figures on pots fer click i les has de veure i després dir a la teva llibrete quines están dibuixades en perspectiva cònica, quines en perspectiva cavallera i quines en perspectiva isomètrica :

(Has de dir, la figura 1 està en cavallera, o...la figura 2 està en isomètrica, etc, per a cada una de les 61 peces has de dir en quina perspectiva està dibuixada).


                    CARPETA AMB 61 FIGURES PER A CLASSIFICAR PER PERSPECTIVES.





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- We have developed today in class a quick experience in which we’ve seen how we can slow down the accelerated dropping motion of an object until getting a simple MRU thanks to the change of the fluid density. We have used air, water and glycerine.

 Through air and water the object dropped motion was an accelerated motion indeed but when using glycerine it dropped at uniform motion and we were able to measure the time and work out the falling velocity.


 * At the article number 113 you can watch the video about doing the experience in class.










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- You can watch the video with the GLYCERINE MRU experience we’ve done today at class at the following link  :


                                        4ESO GLYCERINE MRU MOTION EXPERIENCE   VIDEO.