jueves, 18 de junio de 2020

HOMEWORK WEEK N0. 15 9TH "A"

SUBJECT
ENGLISH
CLASROOM:
9TH.: “A”
TEACHER:
MSc. Elisa Cumbal
e mail:
jenny.cumbal@cotaesg.edu.ec
DELIVERY DATE
19/06/2020
SENDING DATE:
24/06/2020

HOMEWORK WEEK N0. 15 9TH "A"
 "GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP"

  1. Look at the pictures and circle the correct meaning



1. Nature care                  2. Solidarity                   3.  Responsability                                4. Honesty

2. Read the questions and choose the correct answer


A.-We are on a bus full of people, what would you do if at the next bus stop one lady
carrying a baby in her arms gets on?


3.  List some acts of solidarity
1. _________________
2. _________________
3. __________________

Read and learn about Solidarity .
Solidarity, is one of the most important values; it is the collaboration that is offered to another person without receiving anything in return. We need to know when to support other people or the group. In sport is vital this value, since teamwork prevails at all times.

4. Read the following text, answer the questions , then copy it.
Good reasons for athletes to learn a new language The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education lists the following benefits of learning another language from an athlete’s point of view:
1. Understanding different cultures: A language tells us a lot about the way people who speak it think. When an athlete competes against people from different cultures, knowing their language is an important psychological advantage.
 2. Being autonomous and resourceful: Big competitions don’t usually happen in one’s home city. Athletes must travel often and knowing the language may help them get around in unfamiliar places.
 3. Improving location intelligence and increasing receptiveness: In sports, it is important to be able to predict and comprehend the logic of the game, the goals of the opponent, and respond fast. When athletes learn another language, they can become more aware of other ways of expressing things. These are just some of the multiple benefits of learning a language for athletes. Retrieved from: https://www.oise.com/blog/4-reasons-olympic-athletes-learn-foreign-language

Think about your neighborhood and answer these questions:
 Does your neighborhood have space to do sports? ______________________________
Do you think adults or young people of your neighborhood can teach a sport to the children?
__________________________________
Why? Which sports? Do you know someone in your neighborhood who carries out solidarity actions?____________________________________________________________
5. Self-Evaluation: Check in affirmative or negative form, dependo on you the answer.

QUESTIONS
Yes, I do
No, I don’t
Are you a supportive person?


Do you help your family in different situations?


Do you help your neighbors when they need?





INSTRUCTIONS  TO SHOW  YOUR HOMEWORK:  All the activities  do  on your notebook
NAME: ………………………….  COURSE: . …………
Sending Date:  Wednesday, 24th - June 2020
Si es posible envíe fotografías al correo electrónico del docente o por WhatsApp 0998209231












HOMEWORK WEEK N0. 15 - EIGHTH

SUBJECT
ENGLISH
CLASROOM:
8TH.: A-B-C-D-E-
TEACHER:
MSc. Elisa Cumbal
e mail:
jenny.cumbal@cotaesg.edu.ec
DELIVERY DATE
19/06/2020
SENDING DATE:
24/06/2020


HOMEWORK WEEK N0. 15

GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP


DESCRIPTION
  1. Look at the pictures and circle the correct meaning



1. Nature care                  2. Solidarity                   3.  Responsability                                4. Honesty



2. Read the questions and choose the correct answer

A.-We are on a bus full of people, what would you do if at the next bus stop one lady
carrying a baby in her arms gets on?





3.  List some acts of solidarity
1. _________________
2. _________________
3. __________________

Read and learn about Solidarity:
Solidarity, is one of the most important values; it is the collaboration that is offered to another person without receiving anything in return. We need to know when to support other people or the group. In sport is vital this value, since teamwork prevails at all times.


Self-Evaluation: Check in affirmative or negative form, dependo on you the answer.

QUESTIONS
Yes, I do
No, I don’t
Are you a supportive person?


Do you help your family in different situations?


Do you help your neighbors when they need?





INSTRUCTIONS  TO SHOW  YOUR HOMEWORK:  All the activities  do  on your notebook
Write :
NAME: ………………………….  COURSE: . …………
Sending Date:  Wednesday, 24th - June 2020
Si es posible envíe fotografías al correo electrónico del docente o por WhatsApp 0998209231



jueves, 11 de junio de 2020

HOMEWORK WEEK N0.14 "9th A"

SUBJECT
ENGLISH
CLASROOM:
9TH:  A
TEACHER:
MSc. Elisa Cumbal
e mail:
jenny.cumbal@cotaesg.edu.ec
DELIVERY DATE
12/06/2020
SENDING DATE:
17/06/2020

HOMEWORK WEEK N0.14
 " HUMAN RIGHTS"

DESCRIPTION
  1. Read, then copy  the text.
Art in Prison



There are many people in prisons around the world. Therefore, with the aim of rehabilitating, distracting or preparing prisoners to rejoin society, many prisons have development programs for inmates. A common program in several prisons is “arts behind bars”. “Arts behind bars” is not a single project, it is a set of workshops such as needlework in male prisons, arts projects, or collaborative stage shows.
One of the objectives is to channel the strong feelings that lead to confinement, violence or danger. All this energy can stimulate the creativity of the prisoners and come out in the form of art as a way of reform or rehabilitation. Another objective is to build critical awareness and confidence by learning and mastering a skill as a liberating experience through knowledge.
Some prisons have live music presentations or shows where the prisoners are spectators.
Others have a great number of projects of art created with and by prisoners. Some projects are the creation of literary works, paintings, confections and sculptures. An example of art created in prison is the film “Modelo estéreo” where Garo and My Friend, two ex-convicts, show the music that is created in the “La Modelo” prison in Colombia.
Retrieved  from:
https://oxfordre.com/criminology/abstract/10.1093/acrefore/9780190264079.001.0001/ acrefore-9780190264079-e-18 and
https://www.senalcolombia.tv/documental/grandes-obras-de-arte-quenacieron-en-la-carcel

2. Vocabulary: Search in  the diccionary the meaning of the following words.

  1. Distracting

  1. Therefore

  1. Inmates.

  1. Workshops
Talleres de trabajo
  1. Needlework

  1. Confinement

  1. Trapped
Atrapado /a
  1. Awareness

  1. Knowledge




3. Write a sentence with the following words, in which one the meaning of the word is evident.

Human rights

Needlework

Tolerance

Confinement

Respect


4  PLAY TIME
Paint the following mandala, listen to relaxing music and try to think about the current situation we are in due  to the pandemic.



5. Self-Evaluation: Check in affirmative or negative form, dependo on you the answer.

QUESTIONS
Yes, I do
No, I don’t
Do you think that the HUMAN RIGHTS are important to
have a fair way of living?


After reading THE REFLECTION READING, do you
consider that HUMAN RIGHTS could be optional for any
country?







INSTRUCTIONS  TO SHOW  YOUR HOMEWORK:  All the activities  do  on your notebook

Write :


NAME: ………………………….  COURSE: . …………
Sending Date:  Wednesday, 17th - June 2020
Si es posible envíe fotografías al correo electrónico del docente o por WhatsApp 0998209231