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Iwo Jima Island

Model of Mt Suribachi , Iwo Jima , February 23rd , 1945

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  1. First I want say thanks God,because He give me the wisdom to can learn English.The last Saturday I learned several things;my classmate and me listened two songs,also the teacher Moises explained the present perfect,how we can use:already,ever and yet.It was a little difficult to me,however I’m traying to read more about this topic,because it isn’t imposible,I’m sure that I can!.My teacher is dynamic and interesting and for every class He use differents tools that helps enough.He speaks about hitories for instance:Steve Jobs,Jaime Alfonso Escalante.and the last Saturday I heard about the Mount Sirubachi;in that place,marines of the 28th Regiment of the Fifth Division raising the American flag on that Mount Sirubachi that is located on the Pacific Island of Iwo Jima,the photographer Joe Resenthal took a photograph about that event.Then Felix de Weldon has seen the photograph in the newspaper and He has made a statue;it was a pay for the hard effort of those men.6 men raised the flag;but only 3 men returned at United States.The men worked together to can do that hard job.The statue has 10meter of tall,and weighs more than 20tons.It’s a gorgeous success!!

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | November 7, 2011, 3:36 pm
  2. hello.!

    what we have learned with the teacher is moises gonzales is a very dynamic teacher, makes merry tune the ear.!
    and gave us the last class to learn about the Second World War at the Battle of Iwo Jima .. it was in February 1945 when Joe Rosental’s photographer of the U.S. Marine of the 28th regiment of the fifth division raising the american flag on mount .. Suribachi Iwo Jima.
    six men grabbed the flag of the United States, Harlon Block, breadley john franklin sousley, Ira Hayes, Rene Gagnon, Michael Strank .. while Joe Rosental who took the picture is very famous .. I take her back to America where felix Waldo was a miniature of the statue.
    on November 10, 1945 President Dwight Eisenhower led ceremonies at arlington national cemetery.
    Ira Hayes, Rene Gagnon, John Bradley yando Attended the ceremonies. It Was Their last time togeher. Ira Hayes died three months laters
    Paerson many will visit the statue as a historic monument .. The statue is 10 meters tall and weighs 20 tons.!
    is everything you learned .. thank you Thacher God bless you

    Posted by kevin edgardo oliva duran | November 8, 2011, 8:40 am
  3. Summary of the class on Saturday November 5, 2011:
    – The class of the day was on “The Present Perfect witch yet, Already, ever and before”, so the teacher gave us a few songs Moises so that our ears are accustomed to the English language vallan. After that we were working on the textbook “gestures do people use wicho in your contry” and Reading: “Body talk”.
    – Finally we made ​​a documentary called “Six men, a world war, a Pacific Island and an image for All Time” after listening to this documentary had to do an activity related about it and expose it.

    Posted by Evelinn Ardón | November 8, 2011, 10:44 am
  4. Greetings classmates and teacher.

    Thank teacher for your help to learn english. in the last saturday of class, teacher teached about many topics, i was listening songs in english, I thing this strategy is so good to learn. I sang four songs: Love Story-Taylor Swift, Good Night-Maroon 5, also I learned about World War, this history was terrific, also learned about used words ever/yet/before.
    The history about world war say there were six men now famous and the picture when they raised the flag thing about USA toured around the world. we did equip of work to make exposition about world war history, we saw video song.
    I would in the class do exposition or speak whit other classroom’s classmate.
    I hope to learn English and take advantage of dynamic classes and the teacher does.
    I hope to have the determination to leave no English classes and exploit to the fullest.
    Thank teacher for your dedication, and I hope to have the determination to leave no English classes and exploit to the fullest.

    Posted by Roberto Tobar | November 8, 2011, 9:57 pm
  5. Hi all
    This time I want to thank God for giving me the opportunity to study English, and the teacher we have.
    Today I have to talk a little about the Second World War, especially the battle on the island of Iwo Jima … this battle is remembered because it was here in February 1945 When Joe Rosental’s photographer of the U.S. Marine of the 28th regiment of the fifth division raising the american flag on Iwo Jima mount Suribachi.
    That picture and the six men, made ​​history and famous, I take her back to America WHERE felix Waldo Was a miniature of the statue, on November 10, 1945 President Dwight Eisenhower led ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, where millions of people come to see the statue of Felix ed the Weldon made. It stands in a grassy area a busy road Along the edge at Arlington National Cemetery of, in Virginia. The statue weighs 20 tons more so.
    It’s part of human history, thanks teacher for the dedication and effort

    Posted by Erick Huezo | November 9, 2011, 8:11 pm
  6. Hello.!! Everybody.!!

    The last class; we leard about The
    II World War (the battle of Iwo Jima)
    Where six men made the history in
    the United States, because this men’s
    raising the flag on Mount Suribachi;
    Iwo Jima.!! This event made this country.
    In 1945 Joe Rosenthal who took a history
    Image… Next time Felix Weldom had
    made a working of Joe picture.. the statue
    has 10 mt of very tall..

    This history is very interesting and the class
    too..! Thanks teacher for the
    information this topic.!

    Posted by Gabriella Rivera | November 9, 2011, 8:40 pm
  7. Hello teacher:
    His class is very different from previous teachers.
    But I like the dynamic that you use.
    Below I give a brief account of what I read and understood the class last Saturday.
    Everyone knows the U.S. major event that occurred in the Second World War.
    Everything happened on Mount Suribachi, where six soldiers of the U.S. Navy placed a flag as a symbol of that are about to win the war, this flag is small and is hard to see from the sky. The commanding officers ordered the six sailors who put a larger flag, photographer Joe Rosenthal up Mount Suribachi and it takes a picture, in which are placed the flag, then the picture is sent to the U.S. and all media make the picture a recognition, which is a joy for everyone in the U.S. All this happened in 1945.
    Thanks and Blessings

    Posted by Miriam Esmeralda Huezo Rodriguez | November 9, 2011, 9:00 pm
  8. Hello teacher, I learn about the history of USA. The history was very interesting because all began whit a picture of six man’s and one flag. Now I know more of : steve jobs, jaime escalante and the history of that amazing picture.

    Posted by Ernesto Rivas | November 9, 2011, 11:26 pm
  9. Hi, teacher!
    last Saturday alrealy learned to use, yet, ever and before and body talk too.
    also talk of a document called “Six men, a world war, a Pacific Island and an image for All Time. work in a exposure about this and the men who made this event possible.
    I like english and this class..
    Have a great day!!

    Posted by andreita10 | November 10, 2011, 2:53 pm
    • Hi, teacher!
      last Saturday alrealy learned to use, yet, ever and before and body talk too.
      also talk of a document called “Six men, a world war, a Pacific Island and an image for All Time. work in a exposure about this and the men who made this event possible.
      I like english and this class..
      Have a great day!!

      Posted by Andrea Estephany Cardona | November 10, 2011, 2:55 pm
  10. Hello Teacher:
    Congratulations for help to learn English and leasing.
    I think is one good form the learn English, thank you teacher, besides for learn important passages of history about world war say there were six men now famous and the picture when they raised the flag thing about USA toured around the world, but what I find important is their unconditional interest so important that we learn language. Thank a teacher because besides teaching us to work together, inducing the organization, planning. thanks for your dedication.

    Posted by Mayra Garcia | November 10, 2011, 9:41 pm
  11. Good night everyone.

    the article tells us the history about Joe Rosethal´s photograph, that shows six men raising an american flag during a battle in World war II, on the pacific island of Iwo Jima.

    The next day that the picture had been taken, Joe rosenthal´s film went by airplane to the island of Guam where the picture was developed and printed; after this the picture was taken to the Associated Press headquarters in New York. From there the picture, went to the newspapers across the United States.

    In Washington D.C., Felix de Weldon saw the photograph on the newspaper, after he had seen the photograph for many hours he started working on a small statue of the photograph;: many years later he made another one, way bigger than the original one, each man on the statue is almost 10 meters tall.

    I made some sentences using present perfect:

    – Joe Rosenthal has captured in the picture the pecise moment when the six men are raising the flag.

    – He has captured one the best moments in American history.

    – They have climbed the mount Suribachi.

    – Have you ever seen the miniature statue of the six men raising the flag yet?

    – Joe Rosenthal has already made a great work.

    – Has Felix de Weldon ever been to Mount Suribachi?

    Thanks, see you on saturday.

    Posted by Dinora de Rivas | November 10, 2011, 11:32 pm
  12. hello teacher
    i read about pineaple operation in El Salvador
    About the conspiracy is to assassinate Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero in february 24, 1980
    Roberto D’Aubisson and Alvaro Rafael Saravia were the principal authors of murder while the archbishop celebrated Mass in the chapel of divine providence.!
    assisted by Mario Molina, Amado Garay, roberto Dagli, Adolfo Majano

    Posted by kevin edgardo oliva duran | November 16, 2011, 8:48 am
  13. Pineapple operation in El Salvador:

    Pineapple operation deals with the death of Archbishop Romero on March 24, 1980. After his death was made a trial of the murderer of Archbishop Romero, this trial was based on two elements:
    I. The testimony of Amado Garay, the driver who drove the murderer to the church where Mass was Monsignor Romero March 24, 1980.
    II. The agenda that the army captured him in March of that year, shall be entered in an operation called Operation Pineapple, whose characteristics match those of the murder. “I have not seen this book since I removed it,” admits Saravia. “I could not walk on his head all my stuff, so the scoring in a agendita, it was natural that score. There was Operation Piña, who had taken a long time, we gathered some grenades at the border with Guatemala. ”

    During the trial of Captain Alvaro Rafael Saravia is taught a photocopy of your agenda, this is watching closely, and the title that had one of the pages of this book was “Operation Pineapple” Suddenly, Alvaro Rafael Saravia captain has a epiphany and says “That’s not my point. That is the letter of Roberto D’Aubuisson. “That the following questions arise why the letter is different from the one in the other pages on the agenda? And why have entered Roberto D’Aubuisson Operation Pineapple on the agenda of his lieutenant?

    According to the Truth Commission and the Commission on Human Rights lead author of the assassination of Monsignor Romero was D’Aubuisson, and Saravia.

    Posted by Evelinn Ardón | November 16, 2011, 12:53 pm
  14. hello!! this week,I had the oportunity of read about Pineapple Operation in El Salvador,it was pretty interesting.it’s something about this:in 1979 Alvaro Rafael Saravia captain of aviation worked with Roerto D’Abuisson a main of the army. Several years after D’Abuisson founded the party Arena He was the president of the Constituent Assambly of 1985 and a prominent member of the World Anti-communist League. A little after of the signing of peace accords,D’Abuisson died in 1992,because He had cancer in the tongue.The captain Saravia lived in United States,He did money laudering,and He was a principal author of the death of the archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero Galdamez. Saravia was living in Modesto a little city in California,there He has sold used cars until 2004. Since October 2004 He has begun to escape of the justice.He was sentenced to pay $ 10millons at the Romero’s family,but He escaped.More late He had other trial,It was basaded in 2 elements.One was the testimony of Armando Garay,the chauffeur that worked in the assassination of Romero; other element was a little booknote, where was the pineapple operation. They worked bringing grenades in the frontier with Guatemala.the pineapple operation coincided with the facts,and the author of the list was D’Abuisson.the list was so this way:STARLIGHT,257ROBERT,4AUTOMATICS,GRENADES,1MOTORIST,1SHOOTER,and SECURITY. The motorist was in supervise of Avila.Garay has led the man that did a perfect shot,so killing to Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero,in March 24,1980 when He was giving the Mass in the church of the Divine Providence Hospital. Several years after,Saravia decided to declare,the reason was because his sons have seen alike Hitler.Also his life had a extreme change,seemed a hell!!!.Saravia was interviewed several times by Carlos,and He counted his hard life.He lived a difficult poverty.!

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | November 16, 2011, 4:21 pm
  15. Hi Everybody..!

    I read about The Pineapple Operation.!
    The Pineapple Operation; talk about of the death of Archbishop Romero
    where the Major D’Aubuisson participed in the conspiracy this assassinate..!
    The fact ocurred in March 24; 1980, the principal authors this Murder D’Aubisson
    and the Captain Rafael Saravia.
    More late… To made the Trial.! Basaded in two pieces:

    1. This part said the testimony of Armando Garay. It was a Chauffer; his participed
    in the Murder of Archbishop.!

    2. The Agenda Book, where be to find caracteristics the assessinate. This book
    containing a description of The Operation Pineapple.

    The last words the Romero: I order you in the name of God; STOP THE REPRESSION.!!
    He was giving the last Mass in the Church of the Divine Providence; when Garay
    Shooting to Archbishop Romero..!

    Posted by Gabriella Rivera | November 16, 2011, 9:27 pm
  16. Good night teacher.
    First comment about the awards Maria Moors Cabot Prizes and after the Pineapple Operation in El Salvador.

    The history of the Cabot Prize is very good for be a memorial the Maria Moors Cabot Prizes, wife the Godfrey Lowell Cabot found.
    The Columbia University School of the Maria Moors Cabot Prizes for outstanding reporting on Latin America and the Caribean. The journalism winner to do a work who satisfy to the reader and be honest. The premium sound to allow to journalism what to report all act illicit each country of Latin America and the Caribean.
    The journalist which to gain the premium Maria Moors Cabot Prizes in our country: Carlos Dada and our at present President Mauricio Funes.

    Pineapple Operation in El Salvador.
    Pineapple Operation is questioned by journalist Carlos Dada and El Faro, because the former ambassador Robert White certainly speaking of people who planned the killer of archbishop Romero of San Salvador, which was in March 1980.
    Why so far is to say this?
    He accuses the major Roberto D’Abuisson as one of the people involved in the assassination of archbishop Romero and ensures that evidence.
    The reality is that not one paid for that crime…

    Thanks.

    Posted by Miriam Esmeralda Huezo Rodriguez | November 16, 2011, 9:43 pm
  17. Talkin about Pineaple Operation en El Salvador:
    is Talking about death of Monsenor Romero, I understand there were two people is said are responsible intelectual and material of his dead.
    Particulary I readed words of escritor “Carlos Dada” ,relates the history.
    There are two topics:
    1) confesion of Amado Garay driver , when Monsenor spoken misa, he drove the person who Bishop took his life.
    2) Photorocopy of agendas Amado Garay.

    I can say this history or the name of history is new to my.

    Posted by Roberto Tobar | November 16, 2011, 10:18 pm
  18. PINEAPPLE OPERATION IN EL SALVADOR
    Thank a teacher for us to remember these unfortunate moments, since they have lost human lives of such incalculable value, as is the case of our martyr Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero, and thanks for making our youth remember that there are not historical facts we allow them to pass again and that the only way is to strengthen our institutions and demand that they work to the benefit of reason and justice.
    “In the name of God, for and on behalf of this suffering people whose cries rise to heaven each day more tumultuous, I beg, I beg, I command you, on behalf of God: stop the repression”. This is one of the phrases that those who lived through the war know that Monsignor Romero said them with tremendous pain and helplessness of knowing as a day to day the army killed entire villages, acting with complete impunity. but was under the command of Major Roberto planning and running Daubuisson the assassination of Salvadoran minister of our people, incident in March 24 at 1980.
    The time of the war in our country marked left us with much grief of losing loved ones, but we are encouraged by knowing that we contribute to this country, even with its faults and blunders tremendous change and achieved at the cost of lost more than 70 thousand dead and 8 thousand missing, approximately.
    Of course, those who participated during and after armed conflict in our country, they did indeed from his trench, in the case of journalists, specifically, the research work conducted by noted journalist and director of Faro. Net, Carlos Dada, awarded by the Columbia Journalism School, the deservedly who have commented on the previous Saturday class.

    Posted by Mayra Garcia | November 16, 2011, 11:19 pm
  19. Hello everyone.

    This is my summary about pineapple operation in El Salvador.

    Is a periodistic report of Carlos Dada, about monsignor Romero´s murder, as well as the confession of one accomplice of the crime.

    This incident occurred on march 24 at 1980 as monsignor Romero celebrated mass, conmemorating the first anniversary of Sara Meardi de Pinto´s death on the Divine Providence hospital church.

    The crime was planned by Roberto D’abuisson and Mario Molina, among others.

    Archbishop Romero used his homily to talk about the current situation in the country. ”They used to say that Romero´s homily stirred peple up”.

    The man who was interviewed is Alvaro Rafael saravia, he was captain of the air force, he was involved in the murder of Monsignor Romero. He sayed that he know lives a hell on earth.

    ”This crime is an ignominy”

    Posted by Dinora de Rivas | November 17, 2011, 9:43 pm
  20. Hi teacher!!
    the last weekend i rode abuot the pineapple operation in El Salvador
    this is a book about: How we killed Archbishop Romero. The book is one on two pieces of evidence OF THE ASSASSINATION. the second piece is the testimony of Amado Garay,
    written by the army and this book shown as planned the death of Oscar Arnulfo Romero and who did!!
    El faro upload this news and says:
    Major Roberto D´Aubuisson participated in the conspiracy to assassinate Archbishop Romero, although a son of former president Molina provided the sniper, asserts Captain Álvaro Saravia. Thirty years later, he and some of the other people implicated in the crime reconstruct those days of arms trafficking, cocaine and kidnapping. Reduced to ignominy, Saravia has been a pizza delivery man, a used car salesman and a drug money launderer. Now he is burning in the hell he helped create during a time when killing “communists” was a sport.

    This is incredible!!

    Posted by Kevin Jose Lopez | November 17, 2011, 11:49 pm
  21. Operation Pineapple: All indicators pointed toward Roberto D’Aubuisson as the assassination’s mastermind. When a short-lived investigation into the killing indicated D’Aubuisson was involved, the presiding judge began receiving death threats, and he fled to Costa Rica, where he announced his conviction that D’Aubuisson was responsible. The U.S. embassy was also convinced of D’Aubuisson’s guilt, and Ambassador Robert E. White testified to Congress the following year that “compelling if not one hundred percent conclusive evidence” existed that D’Aubuisson ordered the archbishop’s assassination. When he was arrested in May, 1980 on treason charges, documents in his possession revealed the existence of an Operation Pineapple, the details of which—the number of men involved, the equipment used—matched the details of the archbishop’s murder almost exactly. And a “highly placed” informant within D’Aubuisson’s inner circle informed his embassy handlers that he participated in a meeting chaired by D’Aubuisson in which participants drew straws to determine who would get the privilege of killing the archbishop (this scene is re-enacted in Oliver Stone’s Salvador, a film my young Salvadoran guide did not much care for: “It makes out like the government was all bad, and it wasn’t like that,” a testimony that is necessarily second hand, as the young man was barely a schoolboy when the war ended).

    Regardless, it wasn’t until the UN Truth Commission issued its report in 1993 that D’Aubuisson’s role in the murder of Archbishop Romero was confirmed, and by that time it was too late to bring the former death squad leader to justice—he died from throat cancer on February 21, 1992.
    Pineapple Operation includes a gunner. Strange, because you do not need a handle to pick up grenades at the border. “Yes, that’s true,” he admits. Keep watching this paginita, entitled Operation Pineapple and suddenly, Captain Álvaro Rafael Saravia has an epiphany. “That’s not my point. That is the letter of Robert “.

    The letter, indeed, is different to that found on other pages of the agenda. Why should consigned Roberto d’Aubuisson Operation Pineapple on the agenda of his lieutenant? Saravia not know, but someone who does.

    In 1980 Adolfo Arnoldo Majano Colonel was a member of the Revolutionary Government and one of the last soldiers who still believed in a negotiated solution to the conflict. It was he who ordered the arrest of D’Aubuisson and his followers in the San Luis, Santa Tecla, and who first had access to the calendar Saravia and its contents.

    “Operation Pineapple coincides with the data of what happened,” Majano said, “but was not on the agenda Saravia. That is a role captured D’Aubuisson. The staff officer who helped me make the photocopies along with pages of the agenda would not be lost. ”

    Operation Pineapple is written on a blank paper without printing the agenda, and with a seal on the edge of the page that corresponds to Tazumal Seafood, a company founded by D’Aubuisson fishing and Fernando “The Black” Sagrera.

    It was D’Aubuisson, and Saravia, the author of that list, according to the Truth Commission and the Commission on Human Rights, it is the murder of Monsignor Romero. This is the list:

    In conclusion the operation pineapple was a quiet investigation as it were to be made ​​to test or investigate whether D’Aubuisson, was the mastermind behind the murder of Oscar Arnulfo Romero.
    as expected the results of the research were positive, confirming the suspicion that D’Aubuisson was the one who ordered the assassination of Romero Monseñor.

    Posted by Andrea Estephany Cardona | November 18, 2011, 11:44 am
  22. Dream Act: The Dream Act (Development Act to progress, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) is the freedom of thousands of young students who want a future of real opportunities in terms of education, employment and life in general. “This project seeks to provide every student who graduates from high school and the opportunity to go to college.” The Dream Act is a legislative proposal first introduced in the Senate on August 1, 2001, the second time on March 26, 2006 and most recently the May 11, 2011.-

    In the year 2009 was the reintroduction of the DREAM Act: Senators Dick Durbin, Richard Lugar, Harry Reid, Mel Martinez, Patrick Leahy, Joseph Lieberman, Russ Feingold and Congressman Howard Berman were the re-introduced the bill to the House of Congress was the March 26, 2009, and up date, 128 representatives and 39 senators co-sponsoring the project. For this year continued with the same requirements:

    I. Be between the ages of 12 and 35 at the time of enactment of the law.-
    II. That has come to the U.S. before 16 years of age.-
    III. Continuously resided in the United States for at least 5 consecutive years from the date of arrival.-
    IV. A graduates of an American school, or obtain a General Education Diploma.-
    V. Have good moral character.-
    VI. It can also serve at least two years in the armed forces or perform 910 hours of volunteer work in programs approved by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS, its acronym in English) .-

    In addition to temporary residence, also would be eligible for a student loan and work. If immigrants do not meet a requirement of the Dream Act, the state automatically deport the person.-

    In 2010: This year, Congress continued to consider the project in a new version in this review included numerous changes.-

    President Barack Obama and Democrats pledged to introduce the Dream Act in the House and December 8, 2010 the House of Representatives passed the Dream Act, but the project did not reach the necessary threshold of 60 votes for progress in the Senate (55 votes in favor and 41 votes against)

    At present (2011): On May 11, 2011 Senate Majority Harry Reid, reintroduced the Dream Act in the Senate. Some Republicans who had supported the project in the past, withheld their votes and rejecting the draft law President Obama supported the bill as one of its efforts to reform U.S. immigration system .-
    In July 2011, a statewide law was enacted in California, which illegal immigrant student’s access to private college scholarships for state schools. In August, the state of Illinois approved a plan of privately funded scholarships for children of legal immigrants and illegal.-

    Posted by Evelinn Ardón | November 22, 2011, 12:30 pm
  23. hello teacher.!!

    i’m sorry but I was wrong and post elsewhere jejeje

    i read about:
    The DREAM Act is a law that helps the children of immigrants who are in the United States for temporary residence
    for a period of six years
    but they must have obtained a degree in an educational institution

    Dream act benefices are
    -Be of “good moral character”
    -Be between the ages of 12 and 30 at the time of bill enactment.
    -Have proof of having arrived in the United States before age 16.
    -Have graduated from an American high school, obtained a GED, or have been admitted to an institution of higher education.

    After this six year period, those who meet at least one of these three conditions would be eligible to apply for legal permanent resident status.
    If they have met all of the conditions at the end of conditional period, they would be granted permanent residency, which would eventually allow them to become U.S. citizens

    Posted by kevin edgardo oliva duran | November 23, 2011, 9:05 pm
  24. Hello Everybody..!

    This week read THE DREAM ACT.!
    Is a Bipartisan Legislation, to debate
    in the US Congress, joined the Migration
    Reform to given Way the Citizenship to
    Students.
    This bill would provide conditional permanent
    Residency to certain illegal aliens of good moral
    character Who graduate from US High School
    arrived in the US as minors and lived in the Country
    Continously for at last years prior the bill’s enactment.
    The Dream Act to permited, 65 thounsand students
    graduate from US High School every years.!!

    Posted by Gabriella Rivera | November 23, 2011, 10:12 pm
  25. DREAM ACT: is about a law specific to young, this law like to make possible to each young have oportunity to study at university. The dream act is a proposal legal make in the Senate.

    This law have many request to can have acces to it. If the student dont have

    or dont meet whit request. then can be out the country.
    Now this law dont it approve and all people like make reality.

    Posted by Roberto Tobar | November 23, 2011, 10:20 pm
  26. hello,good afternoon! classmates and teacher.I’m here again to write about: DREAM ACT.

    The Dream Act. Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act. It’s a project bipartisan legislative, It has discussed with the U.S Congress, alongside Immigration Reform with the purpose of give the U.S citizenship to alien students.

    The dream Act was presented in the Senate in August, 1st 2001.then in March, 26 2006. and recently in May,11 2011. Then this project has presented by the Senates: Orrin Hatch and Richard Durbin.

    The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Responsability Act, has imposed limit at States of the Union to provide financial help,to the indocumented immigrants.
    The Dream Act, search that the indocumented students can pay the same tariff university,that the other university pay.Also can get a visa of tempory residence,to then opt by a lawful permanent residence.
    The National Board of Race,the biggest Hispanic Civil Rights Organization and Political Action,of United States,has applauded the Senates:Richard Durban,Chuck Hagel, and Richard Lugar,by subject the project of law (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act).
    The sponsors of this project are:Norm Coleman, Larry Craig, Edward Kennedy, Joseph Lieberman and John McCain.
    * Some requirements of the dream act are:
    -Bee between the ages of 12 and 35.
    -Arrived in the U.S before the age of 16
    -Reside in the Unite States for least 5 years consecutive.
    -Graduated from U.S high school or obtained a General Education Diploma.
    -A good moral character. and
    -Something important: Not be related to crimes or drug problems!.

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | November 24, 2011, 3:53 pm
  27. Good night everyone.

    This is my summary about act-dream.

    Law or act of dream sleep.

    Is a bipartisan bill being debated in Congress that would give a path to citizenship to undocumented students, who had come to the U.S. as minors.
    It was introduced in September 2006 by Senators Hatch Orrih(Utah) and Richard Durbin (Illinois).
    This bill would allow undocumented students pay the same fees that university students and residents, and not like foreigners who on many occasions is to triple.

    Benefits of the project.

    Permit each year-about sixty-five thousand students undocumented high school graduates, adjust their conditional legal resident status for six years.
    _The Temporary residence visa is granted only if the student entered the United States before the age of sixteen.
    _The Favored student must have lived in the United States during the five years prior to the approval of the law.
    -The student must possess good moral character, demonstrate good behavior and have no criminal record.
    -The student will win the final legal residence if, during the six-year temporary residence obtains a college degree if, during the passage through the university maintains the same level of qualifications obtained in high school.

    Posted by Dinora de Rivas | November 24, 2011, 9:04 pm
  28. The Dream Act is an American legislative proposal first introduced in the Senate on August 1, 20011 and most recently reintroduced there on May 11, 2011.

    The purpose of this dream act is that the ilegal aliens can have the oportunity of graduate US high schools, arrived in the US as minors, and lived in the country continuously for at least five years prior to the bill’s enactment. This bill would have included illegal immigrants as old as 35 years of age.
    One recent UCLA study estimates that between $1.4 trillion and $3.6 trillion in taxable income would be generated for the economy over a 40 year period based upon estimates ranging between 825,000 and 2.1 million potential DREAM Act beneficiaries successfully obtaining resident status through the legislation.
    During the first six years, qualifying illegal immigrants would be granted “conditional” status and would be required to (a) graduate from a two-year community college or complete at least two years towards a four-year degree or (b) serve two years in the US military. After this six year period, those who meet at least one of these three conditions would be eligible to apply for permanent resident status. During this six year conditional period, they would not be eligible for federal higher education grants such as Pell grants but they would be able to apply for student loans and work study.

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | November 25, 2011, 5:16 pm
  29. i read about this topic and this is my conclusion

    the four major religions in the world..!!

    Christianity is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth and believe he is the son of God and who died in redemption for the human

    Islam: the religion is based on the Koran and believe that there is no God but Allah and testify that Muhammad is the last prophet sent by God

    Buddhism: a non-theistic religions and teaches us to encourage giving love and kindness to all living beings founded by Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha)

    Hinduism: religion is a well known and is the third most important is based on the writings of the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Maha Bharata and the Ramayana. These writings contain hymns, incarnations, philosophies, rituals, poems and stories in which Hindus base their beliefs.

    Posted by kevin oliva duran | November 29, 2011, 9:28 pm
  30. Christianity is a religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus as presented in the Gospels of the New and Old Testament. Christianity teaches that Jesus is the Son of God, El Salvador and that of humanity.

    Islam is monotheism and believes that the Koran was the developer of Muhammad through the angel Gabriel to his followers; Muhammad is considered the last prophet of God. A follower of Islam is called Muslim. The basic beliefs of Islam is that there is one God, the compression unit and beyond and that Muhammad is his prophet, the latest in a series of prophets starting with Adam. The Koran remains the eternal word, literal God and the revelations of earlier prophets, as seen in the Jewish Torah and Christian Gospels.-

    Buddhism is a religion and philosophy that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, largely based on the teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, known as the Buddha. The Buddha lived and taught in the northeastern Indian subcontinent sometime between 6 and the fourth century BC, is recognized by Buddhists as a teacher who shared his insights to help sentient beings, thus escaping a cycle of suffering and rebirth.-

    Hinduism is the dominant and indigenous religious traditions of the Indian subcontinent. This religion is known by his followers as Sanatana Dharma which means “the eternal law or eternal Law says.” Hinduism and other philosophies, practices and includes a wide range of laws and regulations of everyday morality based on the concept of Karma and social standards.-

    Posted by evelinn ardón | November 30, 2011, 2:19 pm
    • Great investigation and details . just read couple of times again to get better understanding and information clearer in your mind , as a result , you will be able to explain in your own words . I will see you on saturday .

      Posted by englishgoes | December 1, 2011, 10:17 am
  31. Hello.! Good Night Classmates.!

    This week read about The Religious in the World (4 most important)

    1.The Christianity: the word of JesusChrist is the foundation of Christian
    Doctrine. The symbol representing his devotes is the cross and the book
    they consider sacred is the Bible.!
    This religion is a Monotheistic because theis believe in son of God.

    2.The Islam: Is the religion founded by Muhammad (Mahoma) in the seventh
    Century. Monotheistic devoted to Allah as one god. The Koran is the Sacred
    text that meets their doctrine.

    3. The Budhism: Founded by Siddhartha Gautama (Budda) the buddhism preaches
    the pursuit of a state of “Perfect Vacuum” is characterized in the self-confidence,
    tolerance and not violence.!

    4. The Hinduism: this religion contributes a diverse set of religion beliefs and practices
    which originates in the polytheism of the Vedic culture.
    The Vedas are books which are expressed early Hindu beliefs.!!!

    Posted by Gabriella Rivera | November 30, 2011, 9:04 pm
  32. Good night everyone.

    This is my summary about the religions of the world.

    Religions of the world.

    Christianity is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion based on the life and teaching of Jesus of Nazareth as presented in Biblical cannon and other New Testament writings. Followers believe that Jesus is the Son of God, whether as the Messiah or Christ prophesied in the Old Testament, who died for the redemption of the sins of mankind, and rose again three days after his death.

    Islam is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion whose dogma is based on the Coran, which states: “ There is no god but Allah. “ And that Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. Islam is defined as: submission to Almighty God through the monotheism, obedience and abandonment of idolatry.
    The holy book of Islam is the Coran.
    Followers of Islam are called Muslims, there are currently between 1,000 and 1,200 million Muslims in the world.

    Hinduism: A tradition relegated from India, is the third largest religion, with more than 900 million adherents.
    It has no founder, and which is a set of metaphysical beliefs, religious cults, customs, rituals that make up a tradition.
    There are no priestly orders or single central organization, the structure of various religions that are varied in form as contrary (polytheistic, monotheistic, and pantheistic, among other.).
    God is called Brahman.
    Sacred Texts: The Vedas. (That covers a large number of ancient texts). Complies before the third century BC, combining Buddhist doctrines and Dravidian Brahmin beliefs.

    Buddhism: a non-theistic religion, its founder, Siddhartha Gautama, was founded in V century BC, in the northwest of India.
    It is believed that worldwide there are about 1.691 million Buddhists. Buddhism is considered the third largest world religion after Christianity and Islam.
    Buddhism prescribes a method or way by which we try to avoid the extremes of excessive search of satisfaction on the one hand, and an unnecessary mortification on the other. This path includes the wisdom, ethical conduct, and training of the mind and heart through meditation, mindfulness of this continuously.

    Posted by Dinora de Rivas | November 30, 2011, 9:55 pm
  33. about it religions I can say around the world the are many and during all time always there were. And each religions has diferent practice.
    The principal groups religious are: Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism. All group religius have a lider, this lider is a person right now are died.
    The christianity is a religion more popular, because has more people believe.
    In latin american the are more participant christian, and in other continent the religions islamand hinduism and buddhism are more popular. In El Salvador in the religions more practice is a christianity.

    Posted by Roberto Tobar | November 30, 2011, 10:47 pm
  34. CHRISTIANITY
    It is the religion of those who believe that Jesus Christ is God’s son, dead and risen, who came to announce to men his salvation.
    Christianity appears in history after preaching developed by Jesus of Nazareth, who introduced himself as the Messiah, the Christ expected. The preaching of Jesus announced the establishment of the Kingdom of God; the existence of a unique divinity, presented as a novelty in the Jewish religion, and the Equalization of men before God. His doctrine quickly had followers, especially a group of chosen, called the Apostles, which expanded its doctrine after the death of his master
    ISLAM
    It Islam is a religion monotheistic which is based on the book of the Koran. Its followers believe in Alá (Dios) and the Prophet Muhammad as his Messenger. The Qur’an, in fact, was dictated by Alá Muhammad through Jib reel (the Archangel Gabriel), according to Islamic tradition.
    The followers of Islam are the Muslim, a term which comes from the Arabic Muslim. For Muslims, Jesucristo is not the son of God, but that is one Prophet like Abraham, Moses and Noah, among many others
    There are between 1,000 and 1,800 billion Muslims worldwide, who worship only Allah (no saints or other similar figures in Islam). The five pillars of their faith are the acceptance of the principle that there is only a Dios (Alá), prayer, the charity (the aid to the needy), the fast in the month of the Ramadan and the pilgrimage, at least once in life for those who do so, to Mecca (the city of birth of Mohammed, a place sacred to the Islam).
    Buddhism
    Buddhism It is a religion no-teístabasically, but also represents a philosophy, a method of spiritual training and psychological system. It has been developed from the teachings of the Buddha Siddhartha Gautama, who lived in the northeast of India in the Century V b.c.
    The Buddha or buddha is a concept that defines the individual who has managed to awaken spiritually and which bears a happiness that is free from suffering. Note that Buddha is not a supernatural being, a prophet or a God. The Buddhism does not make assumptions about a Creator and his teachings are not dictated such as beliefs and dogmas, but are themselves practitioners who must verify them if for then internalize them.
    The purpose of Buddhism is the Elimination of the feelings of dissatisfaction with life (dukkha), produced by the desire eager (understood as thirst, desire or greed). This, in turn, is the product of a wrong perception about the nature of life, existence and being.
    Hinduism
    Hinduism, a religion originating in the India where the majority of its inhabitants still professing her today. It is also practiced by those families who have migrated from the India to the rest of the world (especially the South and East Africa, to the Southeast and East Asia and England). The Hindu word derived from the word Sanskrit sindhu (‘River’ of more explicitly the Indus River); during the 5th century BC, the Persians used this name to refer to those who lived in the lands of the Indus. Hindus are defined themselves as “those who believe in the veda” or “those who follow the four types (varnas) of roads (dharma) and stages of life (ashrams)”.
    Hinduism is a religion most widespread and important in the world, not only by its number of members (estimated at more than 700 million), but also by the profound influence exercised in many other religions for its long and uninterrupted history, which began roughly in 1500 BC.

    Posted by ROBERTO HERNANDEZ | December 1, 2011, 9:06 am
  35. Good Robert analysis Robert , go ahead in the learning process , I will see you on Saturday .

    Posted by englishgoes | December 1, 2011, 10:25 am
  36. GOOD AFTERNOON!!! I read about the religions
    -Christianity
    -Islam
    -Buddhism
    -Hindhuism.

    And I understood this:
    CHRISTIANITY:
    It’s derived of the word Christ (anointed),is a monotheistic,and Abrahamic religion; is based in the in the Holy Bible,that relate the life and the training of Jesus,the christians believe that there is a hell,and a paradise.and believe that Jesus is the name of God.His doctrine is :
    Repent of their sins,
    Be baptized in the name of Jesus, and
    Persevere until the end.
    There are many biblical texts that support this religion.
    ISLAM:
    It’s a monotheistic and Abrahamic religion,and is based in the Coran book,and they believe that there isn’t more god that Ala,and Mahoma is his messenger,but they accept prophets as Adan,Noe,Moises,Salomon and others.This religion began with a preaching of Mahoma.
    BUDDHISM
    It’s a non-theistic religion,the people that practice this religion,believe in Siddhartha Guatama also known as Buda Guatama and has others name as Sakyamuni or Tathagata.
    HINDUISM:
    It’s a religious tradition from India,his god is called Brahman,and they believe in a eternal existence unchanged,and think that his god can enter in a statue to his worship.and they can get mercifulness.until can see to god in all sense.

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | December 1, 2011, 3:24 pm
  37. Great Hilda , that is what i need from you , be sure re-read about it and explain in the class .I will see you on Saturday . Teacher .

    Posted by englishgoes | December 1, 2011, 4:14 pm
  38. Hi, Teacher….

    Christianity
    Christianity is the world’s largest religion and is centered on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, Son of God. Around 2.1 billion followers around the world believe in Christianity. Subdivisions of Christianity include the Roman Catholic Church, Mormon Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Lutheran Church, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Baptist Church, Methodist Church, and more. As in the case of Islam and Judaism, Christianity is an Abrahamic religion.

    Islam
    Islam is the second largest monotheistic religion in the world after Christianity. With more than one billion followers worldwide, there are many different Islamic groups, all united by their faith. Muslims believe that there is one God, Allah. The Holy Qu’ran is the scripture of Islam. The two main groups of Islam are the Sunni and Shi’a.

    Buddhism
    Buddhism is a spiritual tradition with 376 million followers throughout the world. It emphasizes personal spiritual development and the achievement of a deep understanding of the true meaning of life. According to Buddhism, all elements of life are interrelated; therefore, compassion is necessary. Buddhism is both a religion and philosophy based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, who is also known as the Buddha. There are many different sects of Buddhism with the two major sects being Theravada Buddhism and Mahayana Buddhism. Buddhists achieve Enlightenment through leading lives of morality, wisdom, and meditation.

    Judaism
    Judaism is among the world’s oldest monotheistic religions and the first of the three Abrahamic religions, which also include Christianity and Islam. Around 12 million people in the world believe in Judaism. They are mostly in the United States and Israel. The Torah, or Hebrew Bible, is the most important holy book of Judaism.

    Posted by Andrea Estephany Cardona | December 1, 2011, 7:55 pm
  39. CHRISTIANITY:
    Christians believe that Jesus is the Messiah prophesied in the Hebrew Bible, referred to as the “Old Testament”. These professions state that Jesus suffered, died, was buried, and was resurrected from the dead to open heaven to those who believe in him and trust him for the remission of their sins (salvation).
    He is considered the model of a virtuous life, and both the revealer and physical incarnation of God. Christians call the message of Jesus Christ the Gospel (“good news”). Christianity has approximately 2.2 billion adherents represents about a quarter to a third of the world’s population and is the world’s largest religion.

    ISLAM:
    Islam is the monotheistic religion articulated by the Qur’an and adherent of Islam is called a Muslim and the purpose of existence is to worship God. including through Abraham, Moses and Jesus, whom they consider prophets. Religious concepts and practices include the five pillars of Islam, which are basic concepts and obligatory acts of worship, and following Islamic law, which touches on virtually every aspect of life and society, providing guidance on multifarious topics from banking and welfare, to warfare and the environment.
    With over 1.5 billion followers as of 2009 or over 22% of earth’s population,[13][14] Islam is the second-largest and one of the fastest-growing religions in the world.

    BUDDHISM:
    Buddhism is a religion and philosophy encompassing a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, largely based on teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, commonly known as the Buddha (Pāli/Sanskrit “the awakened one”). The Buddha lived and taught in the northeastern Indian subcontinent. Two major branches of Buddhism are recognized: Theravada (“The School of the Elders”) and Mahayana (“The Great Vehicle”). Theravada has a widespread following in Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia. Mahayana is found throughout East Asia and includes the traditions of Pure Land, Zen, Nichiren Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Shingon, Tiantai (Tendai) and Shinnyo-en. In some classifications Vajrayana—as practiced mainly in Tibet and Mongolia —is recognized as a third branch, while others classify it as a part of Mahayana. There are other categorisations of these three Vehicles or Yanas.

    HINDUISM:
    Hinduism is the predominant and indigenous religious tradition[3] of the Indian Subcontinent. Hinduism includes a wide spectrum of laws and prescriptions of “daily morality” based on the notion of karma, dharma, and societal norms.[9] Hinduism is a conglomeration of distinct intellectual or philosophical points of view, rather than a rigid common set of beliefs.
    A large body of texts is classified as Hindu, divided into Śruti (“revealed”) and Smriti (“remembered”) texts. These texts discuss theology, philosophy and mythology, and provide information on the practice of dharma (religious living). A syncretistic treatise from the Mahābhārata, is of special importance. It combines Vedanta, Yoga, and some Samkhya philosophy into its discussion of good conduct and life.

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | December 1, 2011, 10:05 pm
  40. THE FOUR MAJOR RELIGIONS IN THE WORLD
    1.- Buddhism:
    This religion is a spiritual solution to human suffering. Buddha is a god in itself but is a representative to come to a better way one of the fundamental rules of Buddhism is to respect all forms of life for every life that Mother Nature gives us the same value. The official number of Buddhists is about 300 million.
    The meaning of the Buddhist Way is to go through the eight stages, when it was finally becomes mature and someone who understands everything very well and work well without the need for material things. Buddhism for people to be moral, wisdom and understanding It is a way of life.

    2.- Judaism:
    This religion is born to Abraham and profess their belief in one god. One of his major books the Torah, which is considered the law of God led by Moses. The importance of applying the principles and laws of God is essential for daily living. The prayers are part of a routine in which he makes a fundamental part in the life of a practitioner of this religion, one of the most important festival is the Sabbath (Saturday) where he devoted the day to rest.
    The Meaning of Judaism is to live a tolerant life everyone else. This always grateful to God. Here we show submission to God, only God can show gratitude by sacrifices. Follow Lasley that Yahweh gave to Moses on Mount Sinai, the Ten Commandments. That at age 13, a Jewish child should meet, as it is a “full Jew”.

    3.- Christianity:
    The community of the faithful Christians who acknowledge Christ and follow his teachings, contained mainly in the Gospels. It is divided into 3 branches: Orthodox and Catholics prostestantes. The Bible is the Word of God communicates with man, to discover and invite you to participate in his plan of salvation. This religion believes that Jesus conquered death, rose from the dead and ascended to heaven, leaving the Holy Spirit and the promise to return for his Church, that is, by those who believe in Him.
    The Meaning of Christianity.
    Follow the teachings of God and the Ten Commandments of the Old Testament. Love your neighbor and God and follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.

    4.- Islam:
    This religion is to lead a life like that says the Koran, the sacred book of Muslims. Peace, equality, tolerance and understanding among followers of Islam. Muslims lead a life of submission to Allah The Salad consists of 5 daily prayers every Muslim to do, both men and women. These should be carried out. Islam has no priests or churches with altars, images, confessionals . The mosque is only a place of worship and reflection.
    The meaning of Islam is to feel peace, equality, tolerance and understanding among followers of Islam. Carry a way of life as stated in the Qur’an, the holy book of Muslims. Muslims lead a life of submission to Allah Being a peace with other religions. Muslims have a Jewish heritage, Muhammad took many aspects of Judaism for Muslims. Governed by the five pillars.

    Posted by Mayra Garcia | December 1, 2011, 10:30 pm
  41. Excellent Aurora , just re-read until you feel very comfortable with all information getting ready to explain verbally , keep it up . Teacher ,

    Posted by englishgoes | December 1, 2011, 10:44 pm
  42. You are surprising me every week , great posting Mayra .

    Posted by englishgoes | December 1, 2011, 10:46 pm
  43. Hello teacher I have a little problem whit my internet at home.

    Christianity: teaches that Jesus is the Son of God, God having become human and the saviour of humanity. Because of this, Christians commonly refer to Jesus as Christ or Messiah. (Christianity began as a Jewish sect).

    Islam: Muslims believe that God is one and incomparable and the purpose of existence is to worship God. Muslims also believe that Islam is the complete and universal version of a primordial faith that was revealed at many times and places before, including through Abraham, Moses and Jesus, whom they consider prophets.

    Buddhism: is a religion and philosophy encompassing a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, largely based on teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, commonly known as the Buddha. he Buddha lived and taught in the northeastern Indian subcontinent some time between the 6th and 4th centuries .

    Hinduism: is the predominant and indigenous religious tradition of the Indian Subcontinent. Hinduism is formed of diverse traditions and has no single founder.

    Posted by Ernesto Rivas | December 2, 2011, 2:56 pm
  44. Great Posting Ernesto , nice summary, you always surprise me . I will see you on Saturday .

    Posted by englishgoes | December 2, 2011, 3:14 pm
  45. TV commercial Analysis Sheet.
    Commercial Coca Cola Christmas
    I.Describe the commercial:
    1.What product or service is the commercial trying to sell?
    The product is selling the business is drinking Coca-Cola.

    2.Where was the commercial set? Describe the setting (s)
    The business scenario is a holiday atmosphere, where everything is shared with family and friends. It is also a very lively scene with a lot of living where Coca-Cola is consumed.

    3.Who was in the commercial? Describe the people in the commercial.
    In the TV commercial characters are gay, living with their loved ones and friends.

    4.What objects were in the commercial? Describe the objects
    Have a good time Christmas.
    Living with loved ones and friends.-
    Eating drinking during the holidays.

    5.What happened in the commercial? Provide as much detail as you can
    What happens in the commercial is that this Christmas is to live with the people closest, good times with friends, and all is joy and that these dates must consume Coca-Cola

    II.Analyze the purpose of the commercial:
    1.Who is the target audience of the commercial? Explain how you know
    A youth, children, adults and families. The commercial is directed at them as they come on people of all ages, as if living matter ages.

    2.What is the message of the TV commercial? In other words, what do the commercial’s creators want the target audience to believe about the product?
    The message is the time spent with family and friends. In short it is having a good time this Christmas consuming Coca-Cola.

    III.Analyze the technique the commercial’s creators used:
    1.What visual techniques do the commercial creators’ use to convince us of their message? Pick two and explain how they help support the message.
    The colors and decorations.

    2.What aural techniques do the commercial creator’s use to convince us of their message? Pick two and explain how they help support the message.
    The music and lyrics.

    Posted by evelinn ardón | December 14, 2011, 10:25 pm
  46. Good night everybody.

    Tv commercial analysis

    I. Describe the comercial:

    1. What product or service is the commercial trying to sell?

    Canned soda (pepsi)

    2. Where was the commercial set? Describe the setting(s)

    A Buddhist temple on top of a mountain

    3. Who was in the commercial? Describe the objects

    A kid, the monks, and the kid´s master.

    4. What objects were in the commercial? Describe the objects.

    A big gate with an emblem of a nozzle can of Pepsi, umbrellas that the monks use, the kid´s backpack, bricks and wood to break, many Pepsi.

    5. What happened in the commercial? Provide as much detail as you can.

    A kid goes into the mountains looking for the teachings of martial arts that Buddhists monks were teaching in there, at the beginning the kid gets a hard time adapting to the martial arts training, the teacher does not believes that the kid will make it, but at the end the kid makes it, showing his abilities and doing the Pepsi ritual.

    II.

    1. Who is the target audience of the commercial? Explain how you know.

    Everybody, all of the people are able to drink pepsi without distinction of cultures.

    2. What is the message of the TV commercial? In other words, what do the commercial´s creators want the target audience to believe about the product.
    If you drink Pepsi you will be able to achieve your goals, and you will be accepted by the group.

    III.

    1. What visual techniques do the commercial creators use to convince of their message? Pick two and explain how they help support the message.

    The tattoo of the nozzle can of Pepsi, on the monk´s head, on the doors and on the flags.

    The martial arts showed in the commercial, it makes that the commercial impacts on the people.

    2. What aural techniques do the commercial creator´s use to convince us of their message? Pick two and explain how they help support the message.

    Makes a simile of canons between the discipline of the monks and consume Pepsi.

    The sound when you open the can invites you to consume Pepsi.

    Posted by Dinora de Rivas | December 14, 2011, 11:17 pm
  47. Tv commercial analysis
    A. Describe the comercial:

    1. What product or service is the commercial trying to sell.
    shoes for woman,

    2. Where was the commercial set? Describe the setting(s)
    in the woman´s bedroom.

    3. Who was in the commercial? Describe the objects
    Two guys. was a beautiful girl and her ugly boyfriend

    4. What objects were in the commercial? Describe the objects.
    she wants to attract the attention of her boyfriend.

    5. What happened in the commercial? Provide as much detail as you can.
    she is waiting for her boyfriend in bed, stroking her feet so that he sees his shoes, then enters the bedroom with a horrible yellow color boxer and she did not like it, then gets upset because she was very attractive to him and he does not.
    B.
    1. Who is the target audience of the commercial? Explain how you know.
    The target audience is women, because almost all the commercial use women to attract the attention of the people or rather of men, wearing shoes in fashion. as we like.

    2. What is the message of the TV commercial? In other words, what do the commercial´s creators want the target audience to believe about the product.
    Product developers want women to think that using those shoes she will attract the attention of any man and look elegant and fashionable.

    C.
    1. What visual techniques do the commercial creators use to convince of their message? Pick two and explain how they help support the message.
    the elegance of the place where the women and shoes you wear

    2. What aural techniques do the commercial creator´s use to convince us of their message? Pick two and explain how they help support the message.
    listening techniques can be background music, using it according to the present, and what the girl tells her boyfriend. bone she wants a boyfriend that fashionable and stylish as her.

    Posted by Andrea Estephany Cardona | December 15, 2011, 4:42 pm
  48. TV commercial analysis.!

    1. what product or service is the commercial Trying to sell?
    pepsi

    2. Where Was the commercial set? Describe the setting
    in a monastery in the mountains … I guess Buddhists.

    3. Who was in the commercial? Describes the objects
    eu children, monks, a symbol in front of the monastery and the child’s teacher

    4. What Were objects in the commercial? Describes the objects.
    A big gate With An emblem, umbrellas, the kid’s backpack, bricks and wood to break, bridge, many pepsi

    5. What happened in the commercial? Provide as much detail as you can.

    a child goes into the mountains where there is a monastery with a strange emblem on the door to teaching martial arts, the boy is shaving the head, the child has many problems but in the end manages to overcome it.
    prube was getting the last emblem on the front and see that it is the lid of a can of pepsi.y hits him with head and l is marked.

    II.
    1. Who is the target audience of the commercial? Explain how you know.
    everyone because everyone can drink pepsi … cultures regardless

    2. What is the message of the TV commercial? In other words, what do the commercial’s creators want the target audience to believe About the product.

    that one is capable of achieving their goals with the help of pepsi ..

    III.
    1. What do the commercial visual creators Techniques used to convinces of Their message? Pick two and Explain How They help support the message.
    the emblem is in the entrance of the monastery and the monks also have

    the arts that the child ensaban

    2. What do the aural Techniques creator’s use to commercial convinces us of Their message? Pick two and Explain How They help support the message.
    the disciplines of the monks ..

    when all the monks opened the can of pepsi

    Posted by kevin oliva duran | December 15, 2011, 4:53 pm
  49. Good night teacher!!!
    PEPSI COMMERCIAL.
    In that tv commercial,I could see several men,traying of sell,the pepsi beberage;a young did many things for instance He broke block,and has to do a hard work He has practiced martial arts,in a Buddhis temple,all to can get a symbol,little and simple symbol but difficult of get it!after a work enough he finally can crush the soda can,so getting the big symbol.
    this commercial try of convence everybody men,children,sir,all the people of buy the soda,and used atractive music to do this commercial.ALL THE PEOPLE CAN DRINK PEPSI SODA.so is the most easy!!

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | December 15, 2011, 10:54 pm
  50. TV commercial analysis
    describe the commercial
    212 vIp perfum

    1. what product or service is the commercial trying to sell?
    the product is the perfum 212 vIp by carolina Herrera

    2. where was the commercial set? describe the settings
    the place is a exclusive club only vIp people can enter

    3. who was in the commercial? describe the people in the commercial
    in the commercial there are women and men enjoying in the party

    4.what objects were in the commercial? describe the objects
    1-have a great moments with friends in the party
    2-By using the perfume people are vip

    5.what happened in the commercial? provide as much detail as you can
    the people want to get in the exclusive club but only vip people can enter
    using the perfum

    II.Analyze do the ose of the commercial
    1.who is the target audience of the commercial? explain how you know
    The commercial is guided at the vIp people there are young and adult
    enjoying in the party and nice time in the exclusive club

    2.what is the message of the TV commercial? in other words,what do –
    the commercial’s creators want the target audience to believe about –
    the product?
    the message is what the people to use the perfum 212 vIp is a cool people
    and the most top class

    III.Analyze the techniques the commercia’l creators used
    1.what visuals techniques do the commercial creators’ use to convince us of their
    message? pick two and explain how they help support the message
    The technique use is performance with a people nice and very happy wearing the most
    better clothes and the perfum

    2.The message is around the musical video suggest a party in the exclusive club

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | December 20, 2011, 11:58 pm
  51. Good afternoon!!!
    1-what is the Immigration? Is the act of foreinger possing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence.
    2-Mention three theories about immigration? The push and pull,the education,the religious.
    3-What G Bush and B Clinton did favor of immigration? George Bush singed the immigration Act of 1990 ,and it has come to increased legal immigration to the United States by 40%, and Bill Clinton appointed the U.S Commision on Immigretion Reform.
    4-What event ocurred in 1965? In 1965 was the immigration and Nationality Act,also known as the Hart Cellar Act,abolished the system of national-origin quotas,by equaling immigration policies
    5-What is costing mortgage crisis?
    6-What are the 10 top immigration countries?
    7-Which state has the most proportion of Salvadoreans? California with the number of population 359,673 a 44%.
    8-Which state has grown the most in immigrant population in a period of 1990-2000? The state of North California with 273.7%.

    NATIVE AMERICANS
    Indigenous peoples in North America whitin the buondaries of the present-day continental Unite States , parts of Alaska and the island state of Hawaii. They are composed of numerous,distinct tribes,states,and ethnic groups,many of which controversial.Contemporary Native Americans have a unique relationship with the Unite States because they maybe members of nations,tribes,or bands of Native Americans who have sovereignty or independence from the goverment of the U.S.Since the late 1960s,Americans Indian activism has led to the building of cultural infraestructure and wider recognition:the day have founded independent.

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | January 3, 2012, 5:55 pm
  52. 1- what is the Immigration? Is the act of foreigner passing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence.

    2- Mention 3 theories about immigration? Push and pull the religious. the education.

    3- What G. Bush and B. Clinton did in favor of immigration? George Bush signed the immigration Act of 1990, which increased legal immigration to the United States by 40%, appointed by Bill Clinton.

    4-What event occurred in 1965? The immigration and Nationality Act, also known as the Hart Cellar Act, abolished the system of national-origin quotas.

    5-What it is consisting mortgage crisis? There was a disproportionate level of foreclosures in some immigrant neighborhoods.

    6-What are the 10 top immigration countries? Mexico, China, India, Philippines, Vietnam, El Salvador, Cuba, South Korea, Dominican Republic, Guatemala.

    7-Which state has the most proportion of Salvadorans? California with the number of population 359,673 in percent 44%.

    8-Which state has grown the most in immigrant population in a period of 1990-2000? the state of North Carolina with 273.7%.

    Posted by oscar Hernandez | January 5, 2012, 9:49 am
  53. Hi teacher… Happy new year..!

    1. what is the Immigration?is the gateway to a country or region of people who were born or come from another place .

    2. Mention three theories about immigration? The push and pull,the education,the religious.

    3.What G Bush and B Clinton did favor of immigration? George Bush singed the immigration Act of 1990 ,and it has come to increased legal immigration to the United States by 40%, and Bill Clinton appointed the U.S Commision on Immigretion Reform.

    4.What event ocurred in 1965? In 1965 was the immigration and Nationality Act,also known as the Hart Cellar Act,abolished the system of national-origin quotas,by equaling immigration policies

    5.What is costing mortgage crisis? There was a disproportionate level of foreclosures in some immigrant neighborhoods.

    6.What are the 10 top immigration countries?Mexico, China, India, Philippines, Vietnam, El Salvador, Cuba, South Korea, Dominican Republic, Guatemala.

    7.Which state has the most proportion of Salvadoreans? California with the number of population 359,673 a 44%.

    8.Which state has grown the most in immigrant population in a period of 1990-2000? The state of North California with 273.7%.

    Posted by Andrea Estephany Cardona | January 5, 2012, 9:18 pm
  54. Good night Everyone.

    Native American

    Popularly known as Native Americans. They live in the United States and speak Amerindian languages

    Residential Areas

    The territory populated by North American Amerindians is divided in 8 areas.
    South east (Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Mississippi, Tennessee, and occupies part of Texas.)
    South West (Arizona, New Mexico, and occupies part of Texas.)
    Great Plains: Occupies central plains of the United and south Canada (North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Montana, Oklahoma, and occupies part of Texas.)
    Highlands (Occupies the highlands located in: Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming.)
    California (Occupies the actual state of California.)
    North East (Occupies the coastal area of New England to Virginia, and the lakes of Minnesota, Michigan, and Wisconsin.)
    North West (Occupies the areas of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia and the coast of Alaska.)
    Subarctic (Occupies the inner area of Canada, Quebec, and Terranova.)

    Immigration

    a) What is immigration?
    – Is the act of foreigners passing or coming into a country for the purpose of permanent residence.

    b) Mention 3 theories about immigration.
    1- One theory distinguishes between push and pull.
    1.1 Push factors refers primarily the motive for emigration from the country.
    From their native country.
    1.2 The cost of emigration, which includes the explicit cost, the ticket price, and the implicit cost, lost work time and loss of community ties, also play a major role in the pull of emigrants away.

    2- Retirement migration from rich countries to lower-cost countries with better climate is a new type of international migration

    3- Some migration is for personal reasons, based on a relationship, such as in family reunification or transnational marriage. Evasion of criminal justice is a personal motivation.

    c) What G. Bush and B. Clinton did in favor of immigration?

    – In 1990, George H. W. Bush signed the immigration Act of 1990, which increased legal immigration to the United States by 40%. Appointed by Bill Clinton, The U.S. Commission on Immigration Reform recommended reducing legal immigration from about 800,000 people per year to approximately 550,000.

    d) What event occurred in 1965?
    – The immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, also known as the Hart-Cellar Act, abolished the system of national-origin quotas. By equalizing immigration policies, the act resulted in new immigration from non-European nations, which changed the ethnic make-up of the United States.

    e) What does the “Mortgage Crisis” consisted on?
    – Hispanic immigrants in the United States were hit hard by the subprime mortgage crisis. There was a disproportionate level of foreclosures in some immigrant’s neighborhoods. The banking industry provided home loans to undocumented immigrants, viewing as an untapped resource for growing their own revenue stream. In October 2008, KFYI reported that according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, five million immigrants held fraudulent home mortgages. The story was later pulled from their website and replace with a correction. The Phoenix Business Journal cited a HUD spokesman saying that there was no basis to news reports that more than five million bad mortgages were held by illegal immigrants, and that the agency had no data showing the number of illegal immigrants holding foreclosed or bad mortgages. Since USCIS is 99% funded by immigration application fees, many USCIS jobs have been created by immigration to US, such as immigration interview officials, finger print processor, etc.

    f) What are the top 10 immigration countries?
    1- Mexico
    2- China
    3- India
    4- Philippines
    5- Vietnam
    6- El Salvador
    7- Cuba
    8- South Korea
    9- Dominican Republic
    10- Guatemala

    g) Which state has the most proportion of Salvadoreans?
    – California

    h) Which state has grown the most in immigration population in a period of 1990-2000?
    – Census 2000 showed that there were 656,183 foreign born in Arizona.

    Posted by Dinora de Rivas | January 5, 2012, 9:44 pm
  55. 1.Where term team “Indian” come from? Application of the term team “Indian” originated with Christopher Columbus, who thought that he has arrives in the East Indies, while seeking Asia.

    2.Who are the Aboriginal People? Indigenous peoples are know in Canada as Aboriginal People.

    3.What were the Indigenous people occupations? While some indigenous peoples of the Americas were historically hunter-gatherers, many practiced aquaculture and agriculture

    4.Which countries can you mention witch sizable Indigenous population? Many parts of the Americas are still populated by indigenous Americans; some countries have sizable populations, especially Bolivia, Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, and Ecuador.

    5.Who are the Maya? The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well ads for its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.

    6.Mention a theory related to Mayas disappears? The Maya centers of the southern lowlands went into decline during the 8th and 9th centuries and were abandoned shortly thereafter. This decline was coupled with a cessation of monumental inscriptions and large-scale architectural construction. There is no universally accepted theory to explain this collapse

    Posted by evelinn arsdon | January 17, 2012, 5:56 pm
  56. Indigenous peoples of the Americas

    1-where the term “Indian” come from?
    originated with Cristopher columbus he had arrived in the East Indies,asia later the name was the Americas called West Indies this served to imagine a kind of racial or cultural unity
    for the aboriginal peoples of the americas and was codified in law religion and politics

    2-who are the aboriginal people?
    indigenous peoples are known in Canada
    in the united states as Native Americans
    They are commonly referred to as indians
    Red Indians, American Indians , or amerindians

    3-what were the indigenous people ocupations?
    Agriculture, Aquaculture,Hunters-gatherers
    in some regions the indigenous peoples created monumental architecture , large-scale organized cities,chiefdoms,states, and empires for example in our country the ruins at tazumal, joya de ceren, San Andres,Casa Blanca,Cihuatan,and Chalchuapa

    4-which Countries can you mention with sizable indigenous population?
    many parts of the Americas are still populated by indigenous americans;
    some countries have sizable populations, especially Bolivia,peru,Mexico,Colombia
    and Ecuador and their languages are spoken in the americas
    Quechua languages,Aymara,Guarani,Mayan languages and nahuatl

    5-who are the Maya?
    is a mesoamerican civilization pre classic period (c.2000BC to 250AD) and continued
    the post-classicperiod until the arrival of the spanish
    the most known of the culture maya is
    art architecture,language,mesoamerican chronology,cities,cultural diffusion,epigrafe
    and calender

    6-Mention a theory related to mayas dessapear?
    The Maya Collapse this decline was coupled with a cessation of monumental inscriptions
    and large-scale architectural construccion.
    There is no universally accepted theory to explain this collapse.

    non-ecological theories of maya decline are dividied into several subcategories
    include enviromental disaster,epidemic disease, and climate change and the maya
    exceeded the carrying capacity, exhaustion of agriculturalpotetial and overhunting of megafauna.

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | January 17, 2012, 7:35 pm
  57. Indigenous peoples of the Americas

    1. Where the term “Indian” come from?
    Origined with Christopher Columbus.

    2. Who are the Aboriginal people?
    In Canada

    3. What were the indigenous people occupations?
    Were historically hunters-gatherers, many practiced aquaculture and agriculture.

    4. Which countries can you mention with sizable indigenous population?
    Bolivia, Perú, Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia and Ecuador.

    5. Who are the Mayas?
    Is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as for its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems.

    6. Mention a theory related to mayas dissapear.
    The maya centers of the southern lowlands went into decline during the 8th and 9th centuries and were abandoned shortly thereafter. This decline was coupled with a cessation of monumental inscriptions and large-scale architectural construction. There is no universally accepted theory to explain this collapse.

    Posted by Yessica Girón | January 17, 2012, 8:23 pm
  58. Indigenous peoples of the Americas
    1-Where the term “Indian” come from?
    Originated with Christopher Columbus He Had Arrived in the East Indies after they adopted the name so that after all Indians were known as

    2-Who are the aboriginal people?
    indigenous peoples in Canada are Known
    in the united states as Native Americans
    They are Commonly Referred to as indians
    Red Indians, American Indians, Amerindians or

    3-What Were the indigenous people ocupations?
    Agriculture, Aquaculture, Hunter-gatherers
    Some regions in the indigenous peoples created monumental architecture, Organized cities, chiefdoms and empires

    4-Which Countries can you mention with indigenous Sizable Population?
    Especially Bolivia, Peru, Mexico, Colombia
    and Ecuador and Their languages ​​are spoken
    Languages ​​spoken in america Quechua, Aymara, Guarani, and Nahuatl Mayan languages

    5-Who are the Maya?
    Mesoamerican civilization is a pre classic period (250AD to c.2000BC) and continued
    the post-classicperiod Until the arrival of the Spanish
    what they were best known for its architecture epigraphy calendar

    6-Mention a theory related to Mayan dessapear?
    There are many theories: ecological, climate change, epidemics Environmental disaster
    non-ecological
    divicion in subcategories, foreign invasion, overpopulation

    Posted by kevin oliva duran | January 18, 2012, 6:44 pm
  59. Hi Good Night……!

    Here are the answers.

    -Indigenous Peoples of The Americas:

    1. Where the Term ”Indian” come from?
    The term originated with Christofer Columbus, who thought that arrived in the East Indies, while seeking Asia.

    2. Who are the ”Aboriginal Peoples”?
    The Aboriginal peoples are known in Canada but the United States as Native Americans
    and they are commonly referred to as indians
    Red Indians, American Indians or amerindians.

    3.What were the ”Indigenous Peoples” Ocuppation?
    Hunter-gatherers, Agriculture and Aquaculture. And most of these people depended on this practice. The indigenous peoples created monumental architecture, Organized cities, chiefdoms and empires too.

    4.Which Countries Can you mentain with Sizable Indigenous Peoples Population?
    Some of these countries can be Bolivia, Peru, Guatemala, Colombia and Ecuador. And some of their languages were Quechua, Aymara, Guarani, and Nahuatl Mayan.

    5.Who are the Mayas?
    The Mayan were a Mesoamerican civilization, during the pre-classic period (c. 2000BC to 250 AD) and continued througout the Post-Classic Period until the arrival of thr Spanish.

    6.Mention a Theory related to Mayan dessapear?
    Different theories are mentioned for example; the Epidemics, climate change and overpopulation… and other……

    Posted by Gabriella Rivera | January 18, 2012, 9:06 pm
  60. Hello.
    1-Where the term “Indian’ ’comes from?
    The term Indian originated with Christopher Columbus, who thought that he had arrived in the East Indies, while seeking Asia.
    2-Who are the aboriginal people?
    Indigenous people s is known in Canada as aboriginal peoples.
    3-What were the indigenous people occupations?
    While some indigenous people of the Americas were historically hunter-gatherers, aqua culture, and agriculture.
    4-Which countries can you mention with sizable indigenous population?
    Bolivia, Perú, México, Guatemala Colombia y ecuador.
    5-Who are the mayas?
    The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for only known fully developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas, as well as for its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomical systems
    6-Menthion a theory related to Maya disappear?
    Ecological hypotheses include environmental disaster, epidemic disease, and climate change.

    Posted by Dinora de Rivas | January 18, 2012, 9:40 pm
  61. Native American.

    Where the term indian come from? Application of the term indian originated with
    Christopher Columbus who thought that he had arrived in the East indies.

    Who are the Aboriginal people? The indigenous people of the Americas are the pre-columbian inhabitats of the North and south America.

    What were the indegenous people occupations? While some indigenous people of the Ameicas were historically hunter-gatherers, many practiced aquaculture and agricultura.

    Which countries can you mention with sizable indigenous population? Some countries have sizable populations , especially Bolivia, Peru,Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia and Ecuator.

    Who are the mayas? The Maya is a Mesoamerican civilization, noted for the only known
    fully developed written language of the precolumbian Americas, as well as for its art, architecture, and mathematical and astronomicas systems.

    Mention a theory related to mayas dissapear? Nom-cological theories of Maya declineare divided into several subcategories such as overpopulation, foreign invasion, peasant revolt, and the collapse of the key trade routes . Ecological hypotheses include environmental disaster, epidemic disease, and climate change.

    Posted by Oscar Hernandez | January 19, 2012, 9:49 am
  62. NATIVE AMERICANS
    1-Where the term ´´Indian´´ come from? It was originated with Christopher Columbus,who thought that he had arrived in the East Indies,while seeking Asia.
    2- Who are the Aboriginal people?Are the same indigenous people but in Canada also known so,aboriginal people.indigenous are known as Native Americans,Indians,Red indians ,American indians,and Amerindias.
    3- What were the indigenous people occupations? They lived of agriculture,aquaculture,farming,hunting.
    4- Which countries can you mention with sizable indigenous? Bolivia,Peru,Mexico,Guatemala,Colombia,Ecuador.
    5- Who are the Mayas? Is a Mesoamerican civilization,is a pre classic period (250AD. to C.2000BC) they developed written language of the pre-Columbian Americas,worked art,architecture,mathematical,and astronomical sistems,and others.
    6- Mention a theory related to mayas dissapear?There are many theories,for instance:environmental disaster,overpopulation,climate change,for epidemics or infections.

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | January 19, 2012, 9:56 am
  63. HI! 🙂 im here’s my HW!

    1-Where the term “Indian” come from?
    It was originated with Christopher Columbus,who thought that he had arrived in the East Indies,while seeking Asia.
    2- Who are the Aboriginal people?
    Are the same indigenous people but in Canada also known so,aboriginal people.indigenous are known as Native Americans,Indians,Red indians ,American indians,and Amerindias.
    3- What were the indigenous people occupations?
    They lived of agriculture,aquaculture,farming,hunting.
    4-Which Countries can you mention with indigenous Sizable Population?
    Especially Bolivia, Peru, Mexico, Colombia
    and Ecuador and Their languages ​​are spoken
    Languages ​​spoken in america Quechua, Aymara, Guarani, and Nahuatl Mayan languages
    5-Who are the Maya?
    Mesoamerican civilization is a pre classic period (250AD to c.2000BC) and continued
    the post-classicperiod Until the arrival of the Spanish
    what they were best known for its architecture epigraphy calendar
    6-Mention a theory related to Mayan dessapear?
    There are many theories: ecological, climate change, epidemics Environmental disaster
    non-ecological
    divicion in subcategories, foreign invasion, overpopulation

    Posted by Danno Castiio Dacs | January 19, 2012, 7:46 pm
  64. BTW im daniel! 🙂

    Posted by Danno Castiio Dacs | January 19, 2012, 7:49 pm
  65. Hi teacher!!good morning.
    MODERN ARCHITECTURE.
    Sentences in Simple present,Simple past,Present continious,and Present perfect.

    SIMPLE PRESENT.
    1-Sometimes the people think this universal style is sterile and lacks of mean.
    2-It architecture almost always builds important civic buildings,aristocratic palaces,churches,and public institutions.

    SIMPLE PAST.
    1-Modern architecture began at the turn of 20th century.
    2-The style buildings became the dominant way to build.

    PRESENT CONTINIOUS.
    1-Architects are using materials as iron,steel,concret and glass at the moment.
    2-Modern architecture is giving a change at world now.

    PRESENT PERFECT.
    1-Modern architecture has already identified as an international style.
    2-Architects have begun to plan low-cost housing,factories and commercial spaces just.

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz River Hernandez | January 23, 2012, 9:40 am
  66. the styles of architecture

    Modern Architecture began at the turn of the 20th century
    Modern Architecture gaining popularity after the second word war

    International Style contributing to the design of the white city of Tel Aviv
    International Style wanted to break with architectural tradition and designs simple
    unornament buildings

    Urban Style planning designs the smallest towns to the the larges cities
    Urban Style is a technical and political process concerned with the control of the
    use of land and design of the urban environment

    Modernism three are the most prolific architects this movement has influenced
    contemporary modernism
    modernism some architects began experimentary in organic forms and
    expressionist exploration of form was revived,such as in the Sydney Opera house in Australia

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | January 26, 2012, 6:27 pm
  67. Hello…!

    MODERN ARCHITECTURE..!

    – The modern architecture began at the turn of 20th century.
    – The modern architecture is generally characterized by simplification of form and creation
    the building

    – The Neomodernism emerged as a reaction to Postmodernism
    – The urban style planning designs the smallest towns to the the larges cities
    – The Characteristics drawing on classicism are included rigid symmetry, use of columns and colonnades or arcades

    – The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts are an example of New
    – The Joya de Ceren declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1993, know Domestic Architecture of the maya, located 36 km from San Salvador

    I hope that this good work..!!!!!

    Posted by Gabriella Rivera | January 26, 2012, 8:37 pm
  68. The modern architecure is characterized by simplification of for and ornament from the structures,

    The architect who worked in international style wanted to break with architectural tradition and desing, unornamented.

    In1932 prior to world War II the international exhibition of modern architecture was held at the museum of modern art in new york city.

    With efforts to reconcile the architectural design principles underlying the rapid technological advancement and modernization of society. That took the form of many movements, design schools and styles architectural, some in tension with one another and often defy such classification.

    during the middle of the century some architects began experimenting in organic forms that they felt were more humans and accesible. Mid century modernism was very popular due to its democratic and playful nature.

    In 2006, the World Monuments fund launched modernism at risk, an advocacy and conservation program.

    Posted by hernandez | January 27, 2012, 10:45 am
  69. Questions:Dracula in popular culture

    1-How many dracula films have been recorded?
    -Count Dracula
    -Dracula
    -Van Helsing

    2-where and when was placed the first stage adaptation of dracula?
    The first stage adaptation was written and directed by Bram Stoker on maye18,1897
    at The Lyceum Theatre for stoker’s production
    in London England

    3-what is the company name who produced a radio adaptation of dracula?
    Broadway production company “The Mercury Theatre on the Air”
    Wells was the voiceof both Dracula and the music was composed by Bernard Herrmann

    4- please mention 3 novels names and Their autors of dracula?
    -Wendy Swanscombe: Erotic parody vamp
    -Robin spriggs:The Dracula poems : A poetic Encounter with the lord of vampires
    -Dan Simmons:Children of the nigth

    5-what kind of Literature is “isatiable”?
    Meg Cabot 2010 novel insatiable has a main character named Meena Harper who has a relationship with Dracula’s son, Lucien

    6-what does “The Diary of Dracula”?
    volumen one for Kelly Jacobs expands heavily on the Dracula character blending the
    fictional count with his inspiration, the real life viovode of wallachia, vlad the Impaler,in
    a biography.The novel is the first part of a two part series which is written in the same
    style as the original by Bram Stoker as a collection of diary entries,letters and the various documents

    7-what kind of dance was Dracula adaptation?
    Dracula has become popular theme for balletic adaptations the most notable is by
    Michael Pink and Christopher Gable in 1997to commemorate the centenary publication
    of the novel, it was created for the Northern Ballet Theatre in the Kingdom.

    8-Please mention 3 comics adaptation of Dracula?
    Tomb of Dracula by Marvel comics and written by Marv Wolfman
    X-Men:Apocalypse vs.Dracula by marvel Universe
    The Curse of Dracula by Dark Horse Comics

    9-what is the video game of Dracula realeased in 2010?
    is The castlevania series His origins were revised in 2010
    reboot Castlevania :Lords of Shadow

    10-There were 3 animated movies please mention the names?
    1-Scooby-Doo and the ghoul school [1998] Hanna Barbera
    2-Scooby-Doo and the Reluctante Werewolf [1989] Hanna Barbera
    3-The Batman vs Dracula [2005]?

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | February 5, 2012, 3:01 pm
  70. Dracula in popular cultura

    1- How many Dracula film have been recorded? The number of films that include a reference to Dracula may reach as high as 649 according to the internert movie Database.
    2- where and when was placed the first stage adaptation of dracula? In the Lyceun Theatre in London in may 18 1897.
    3- what is de company name who produced a Radio adaptation of Dracula? Broadway production company.
    4- please mention 3 novels names and Their autors of dracula?
    -Wendy Swanscombe: Erotic parody vamp, Dan Simmons:Children of the night
    -Robin spriggs:The Dracula poems : A poetic Encounter with the lord of vampire
    5- what kind of literatura is “ insatiable”? novel insatiable has a main carácter named harper who has a relationship with Dracula’s son, Lucien
    6- what does the history of dracula concist?
    7-Please mention 3 comics adaptation of Dracula?
    Tomb of Dracula by Marvel comics and written by Marv Wolfman
    X-Men:Apocalypse vs.Dracula by marvel Universe
    The Curse of Dracula by Da rk Horse Comics
    8- what kind of dance was the Dracula adaptition. Dracula has become a popular theme for balletic adaptation
    9- what is the video game of dracula released in 2010? Dracula the Dead Travel Fast.
    10- there were 3 animated movies please mention the named. Batman vs Dracula, Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School, scooby-doo and the Reluctant Werewolf.

    Posted by Oscar Hernandez | February 9, 2012, 9:27 am
  71. hi teacher!
    DRACULA questions.
    1- How many dracula films have been recorded?
    agree with the Internet Movie Database are, as 649 films reference to dracula.
    2 – Where and when was placed the first stage adaptation of dracula?
    In a theatre of London,in May.1897
    3- What is the company name who proceded a Radio Adaptation of dracula?
    It’s a Broadway production company (The mercury theatre on the air)
    4- Please mention 3 novel names and their authors of dracula:
    Dan Simmons:Children of the night.
    Wendy Swanscombe:erotic parody vamp.
    Robin Spriggs:The dracula poems.
    5- What kind of literature is “insatiable´´ ?
    Meg Cabot’s novel named Meena Harper who has a relationship with Dracula’s son,Lucien.
    6- What does the Diary of dracula consist?
    I think that is about the characteristic of him,and about of his existence in the real life.
    7- What kind of dance was the dracula adaptation?
    balletic dance was an adaptation,and the most successful to date is by Michael Pink and Christopher Gable.
    8- Please mention 3 comics adaptation of dracula:
    Tom of dracula by Marvel Comics and written by Marv Wolfman.
    X-men:Apocalypse vs.dracula by marvel universe.
    The curse of dracula by Dark horse comics.
    9- What is the video game of dracula released in 2010?
    Dracula the dead travel fast.
    10-There were 3 animated movies please mention the names:
    Scooby-Doo and the Ghoul School.
    Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf.
    The Batman vs. Dracula

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | February 9, 2012, 5:44 pm
  72. Hi Mr.Gonzalez.I wish that you are ok.and that today all be excellent for you,
    I’m here to do a little comment,about the last saturday class.in my opinion,it was pretty interesting,wasn’t awful.also it was pretty unusual,because we went to visit the company Teleperformance,there we could know the form that they work,they receive calls,do hotel reservations and business of any product. basically they provide customer service.Now in day there are many people that are doing that work around the world,about of 255 contac centers in 49 coutries.The best of there,is the good atmosphere,the cafeteria is relaxing. they are positive,professional,and happy employers.I think that is comfortable and that company has flexibility,and excellent technology.It’s a awesome,gorgeous place to work!!

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez. | February 22, 2012, 10:26 am
  73. Postscript: please save my certificate.

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez. | February 22, 2012, 10:31 am
  74. this is a little summary about the visit at Teleperformance

    last Saturday we went to visit Teleperformance call center that helps people in the united states
    that guided us was the brother of gonzales teacher can not remember but I think it was fernado gonzales
    he taught us all that is in the building from the first floor where the reception room cafe human resources
    on the 2 floor was an account I do not remember very well if travel
    in the 3 floor hotel is the account where we hear a conversation in English in the real world ..!
    all who work there can not disclose information that customers give them because I heard the conversation and I still remember
    after we got a snack that was very good
    in short the visit was to know what the real world in the English language and not stop learning because in the future we can work there

    Posted by kevIn OLivA | February 22, 2012, 9:38 pm
  75. My Experience on Teleperformance

    was a great and interesting, the last saturday I went to the instalations with my teacher
    moises Gonzales and the classmates
    in the building we were received by Fernando Gonzales,who after show us the instalations and explanation

    In the first floor there is the human recurse office, when the company need a new employees recrutier a people who can speak and write english full,have computer skills and pass psyco test and the other areas in first floor is cafetiria,relax area with computers for the employees to check email, facebook, twiter, or work university and the lockers to keep personals things for examples bags,food,cellphone,Iphone,usb because is no permit in a
    working area for security of company

    In the second floor the people worked for western union and kohl store by deparments
    aproximate 60 persons working we saw the real work in english, we visited training area
    The story of company is write on the wall, the company is began in paris and the other countryes included El Salvador

    In the third floor I saw a people working he was making a reservation for hotel, this area is named Hotel Choice International they attendance eight hotels in this area the supervaisor Alvaro explain the people is gratificate for the company for buy for one million dollars

    In the fourth floor right now they don’t people working, in the future this area is will be an
    expansion

    finally Fernando Gonzales invited us a coffe break in the cafetiria

    It’s was a good experience but i didn’t understand everything that fernando spoked but I saw
    how is neccesaries is learning english

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | February 22, 2012, 10:59 pm
  76. Bloom’s Taxonomy

    The title Bloom’s is derived of last name of Benjamin Bloom, responsable of work Bloom’s Taxonomy he was a smart man because in 1956 he headed a group of educational pshycologists who developed a classification of levels of intellectual behavior important in learning.

    During the 1990’s a new group of cognitive pshycologists, lead by Lorin Anderson he was a former with Bloom update the taxonomy
    TheTaxonomy to reflect relevance to 21st century work.the two grapics show the revised and
    original Taxonomy .note the chance from nouns to verbs associated with each level-note that the top levels are essentially exchanged from the traditional to the new version

    The old version
    1-Evaluation
    2-Synthesis
    3-Analysis
    4-Application
    5-Comprehencion
    6-knowledge

    The new version
    1-Creating:can the student create a new product, or paint, or view?
    2-Evaluation:can the student justify a stand or decision?
    3-analysing:distinguish between the different parts?
    4-applying:use the imformation in a new way?
    5-understanding: explain ideas or concepts?
    6-Remenbering: recall or remenber the imformation

    for each components the new version there is more imformation

    creating included:assemble, construct,create,desingn,develop, formulate and write

    evaluation included:appraise, argue, defend, judge,select,support,value andevaluate

    analysing included:appraise,compare,contrast,criticizes,question,differentiate,discriminate,
    distinguish,examine,experiment and test

    applying included:choose,demonstrate,dramatize,employ,illustrate,interpret,operate,
    shedule,sketch,salve,use and write

    understanding included:clasify,describe,discuss,explain,identify,locate, recognize,report,
    select,translate and paraprhase

    remenbering included:define,duplicate list, memorize,recall,repeat,reproduce and state

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | February 28, 2012, 8:56 pm
  77. Bloom’s Taxonomy is a classification of learning objectives within education proposed in 1956 by a committee of educators chaired by Benjamin Bloom who also edited the first volume of the standard text, Although named for Bloom, the publication followed a series of conferences from 1949 to 1953, which were designed to improve communication between educators on the design of curricula and examinations.
    And moreover Bloom’s Taxonomy divides educational objectives into three “domains”: Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor (sometimes loosely described as knowing/head, feeling/heart and doing/hands respectively, and according to this taxonomy, the main objective is to motivate educators to focus on all three domains, creating a more holistic form of education.
    pdt. teacher…I hope so understand me because I have a problem…is the saturday 3 of march I can not go to class because a I have turn form 6.30am to 5.00pm at bloom hospital and them I dont now maybe you can leave some extra work that does not affect me in my note.
    I hope your understanding..blessing……
    f. patricia Aguirre

    Posted by Paty Aguirre | February 29, 2012, 6:28 pm
  78. Bloom’s Taxonomy is hierarchical; it assumes that learning at higher levels depends on the acquisition of knowledge and skills of certain lower levels. At the same time, gives an overview of the educational process, promoting a form of education with a holistic horizon.
    There are three dimensions in the taxonomy of educational objectives proposed by Benjamin Bloom:
    Dimension affective
    The way people react emotionally, your ability to feel pain or joy of another living being. Affective objectives typically target the awareness and growth in attitudes, emotions and feelings.
    There are five levels in the affective domain. Citing the lowest order processes to the highest:
    • Receiving – The lowest level, the student in a passive attention. Without this level no learning can occur.
    • Response – The student participates actively in the learning process, not only attends to stimuli, the student also reacts in some way.
    • Assessment – The student attaches a value to an object, phenomenon, or information.
    • Organization – Students can put together different values, information and ideas and accommodate them within its own scheme, comparing, relating and elaborating on what they have learned.
    • Description – The student has a particular value or belief that now exerts influence on their behavior so that it becomes a characteristic.
    It is important to note that if the student is not motivated interest in learning is very low.
    Psychomotor domain
    The expertise to physically manipulate a tool or instrument like a hand or a hammer. Psychomotor objectives usually focus on change in behavior or developed skills.
    It includes the following levels: – Perception – Layout – Facility – Response complex – Adaptation – Creation
    Cognitive domain
    The ability to think things through. The cognitive objectives revolve around knowledge and understanding of any given topic.
    There are six levels in the taxonomy. In ascending order are:
    Knowledge
    Displays the memory of previously learned material through evocable facts, terms, basic concepts and answers
    • Knowledge of terminology or specific facts
    • Knowledge of ways and means of dealing with conventions, trends and specific sequences, classifications and categories, criteria, methodology
    • Knowledge of universals and abstractions in a field: principles and generalizations, theories and structures
    Understanding
    Demonstrative understanding of facts and ideas by organizing, comparing, translating, interpreting, descriptions and stating main ideas
    • Translation
    • Interpretation
    • Extrapolation
    Application
    Using new knowledge. Solve problems in new situations by applying acquired knowledge, facts, techniques and rules in a different way
    Analysis
    Examine and information identifying motives or causes. Make inferences and find evidence to support generalizations
    • Analysis of the elements
    • Analysis of relationships
    • Analysis of organizational principles
    Synthesis
    Compilation of information in different ways by combining elements into a new pattern or proposing alternative solutions
    • Development of unambiguous communication
    • Development of a plan or set of operations proposed
    • Derivation of a set of abstract relations
    Evaluation
    Presentation and defense of opinions judging information, validity of ideas or quality of a work in relation to a set of criteria
    • Trials in terms of internal evidence
    • Trials in terms of external criteria

    Posted by oscar hernandez | March 1, 2012, 9:28 am
  79. Good morning everyone , I want to give my opinion about boolm’s taxonomy, well I was looking on internet some meanings about this topic and I found some importants things about that. Bloom’s taxonomy is classify in levels and is an strategy that a lot of teacher use to create more focused lesson plans and help students use higher order thinking skills, also the article mentioned that there are three overlapping domains: the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective but it is not all also there are six levels: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. I think that these kind of levels are useful when a teacher wants to improve the language in the classroom because the students need more ways for learning the language and for some of them is too dificult but the bloom’s taxonomy has an excellent ways for learn more fast and is so easy to the teacher achieve the classroom objectives, because most of the time the teachers use a variety of strategies but only for the thinking skills and is so good but the teacher may help the student learn to think for himself and the bloom’s taxomy has six good levels to help the students. well for me the analysis, synthesis are too dificult but I hope that as the teacher said in the last class we can practice bloom’s taxonomy and understand better this strategy. Have a nice day and GOD bless you!!!!! =D

    Posted by Andreita Bruno | March 1, 2012, 9:49 am
  80. hi! I have read about The bloom´s taxonomy and that idea came at a meetig of the American psychological Association in 1948.a committee of colleges led by Benjamin bloom psychologist in the university from Chicago.(1956)identified three domains of educational activities :Cognitive,Affective,Psychomotor. the bloom´s taxonomy is hierarchical that is to say learning at higher lever depend of the acquisition of knowledge and skills of certain lower levels.I understand that bloom´s taxonomy is a better form to the education.

    Posted by Hilda Beatriz Rivera Hernandez | March 1, 2012, 12:01 pm
  81. my post it doesn´t appear =(

    Posted by Andreita Bruno | March 2, 2012, 8:31 am
  82. I really enjoy your blog! I like how you guys take pictures of you doing the work and post them up so other people can see, for example you guys were making poster which shows your creative side! keep up the good work.

    Posted by victor | March 5, 2012, 5:35 pm
  83. AIDS Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, I understand that is a disease of the human immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus, according the investigacion that I did on internet the illness interferes with the immune system, making people with AIDS much more likely to get infections, including opportunistic infections and tumors that do not affect people with working immune systems so there are many ways of transmition the disease: is transmitted in many ways, such as: vaginal, oral or anal sex; blood transfusion; contaminated hypodermic needles; and exchange between mother and baby during pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeedingthere are some symtoms and sings for this disease some of them are people with AIDS often have systemic symptoms of infection like fevers, sweats (particularly at night), swollen glands, chills, weakness, and weight loss. well I think that this disease is too terrible and the people have to be careful with the person who shall have sexual contact because is too dangerous and the medications are very expensive to be stable so I think in the future the scientists could find some safe drug to cure this disease totally and create more places for helping this people because is too difficult for them. XD that was my bloom’s taxonomy. GOD bless you !!!

    Posted by Andreita Bruno | March 15, 2012, 11:16 am
  84. Aids Bloom’s Taxonomy

    Knowledge:
    Is a disease of the human inmune sistem is transmited for the virus VIH

    Understand: is a disease that is transmitted trougth the blood transfusion,contaminated hypodermic needles, unprotected sexual behavior, exchange between mother baby during pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding.
    in 2009 infected 33.3 millions in all world and every year 2.6 millions are infected with virus VIH and the score of death for aids is 1.8millions

    Aplication:
    In El Salvador for example are two high-risk behavior, The Teenagers beging too soon their sexualy, in 2002 and 2003 that 32% of females aged 15 to 19 were already sexualy active and sex workers, an estimated 90% don’t use condoms with regular partners

    Analysis due to the difficulty in treating HIV infection. preventing infection is a key aim in controling the aids pandemic promoting safe sex and needle – exchange programmes in attemps to slow the spread of the virus.
    in El Salvador is declared June 27 national Hiv testing day, is a strategy to discovers carriers of aids

    Evaluation:
    in El Salvador we have many advances about de knowledge to aids and Hiv and more persons need a treatment antiretrovirals for a better life during for many years , reduce death for Hiv

    Creating:education, prevention, sexual abstenence. because disease doesn’t have cure yet
    and finally create the vaccine

    Posted by Aurora De Ruano | March 15, 2012, 6:36 pm
  85. Hi teacher I didn’t can post the homework about the AIDS. I have had a hard week, I have been sick, I’m having about a bad day because I’m not going to English class tomorrow and it’s so awful, and a big shame!
    Please help me I don’t want to lose a percent of grade; I don’t wish to be to lower in the knowledge. I don’t know what do you think, but need that you allow me do some extra work.
    Thank you understand me.

    Posted by HILDA BEATRIZ RIVERA HERNANDEZ | March 16, 2012, 8:56 am
  86. Knowledge.
    HIV is a virus that gradually attacks the immune system cells. As the HIV virus progressively damages these cells, the body becomes more vulnerable to infections, which are more difficult to combat.
    Application.
    HIV infection is serious. But today, the outlook for people with HIV / AIDS are better. If a person is infected with HIV, there are many things you can do to ensure you have a long and healthy life.
    analysis
    Antiretroviral treatment can prolong the time between HIV infection and the onset of AIDS. Poly modern therapies are highly effective, and a person infected with HIV who are receiving treatment could live a lifetime without developing AIDS.
    evaluation
    The infection attacks to kill in a period of 8 to 10 years, during which the infection can be transmitted AIDS is immunodeficiency virus type 1 and acts slowly to others.
    Synthesis.
    The AIDS epidemic shows our strengths and human weaknesses. The medical solution that offers the greatest hope for the AIDS epidemic is a vaccine. Vaccines educate the immune system and prevent or limit the consequences of infection.
    Creation.
    We have discovered a new HIV drug, a drug that reduces side effects and resistance.

    Posted by oscar hernandez | March 16, 2012, 10:56 am
  87. good afternoon everybody .
    THE AIDS:
    Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
    disease characterized by destruction of the natural inmunity of the body.
    AIDS is an infectious disease caused by the HIV virus HIV attacks the lymphocytes weakening the immune system.
    The people with AIDS are vulnerable to one or more infections or unusual cancers.
    a person with HIV is like any other human and can live for long time with the virus because now in day there are treatments for avoid the AIDS.
    HIV is transmitted through needles, by sexual transmission,and during the pregnancy,childbirth or during lactation.however, this risk can be reduced.
    There are millions of people infected around the world,there are treatments but many doctors are searching a cure.

    Posted by hilda beatriz rivera hernandez | March 21, 2012, 4:11 pm
  88. Wow, awesome blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is excellent, let alone the content!

    Posted by riot points | January 6, 2013, 4:23 am

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