Trabajo Inteligencias Historia Guerrilla

Este es el trabajo practico de historia en el que se trabajaron las diferentes inteligencias. Aca se pueden ver la inteligencia logico Matematica, linguistica Verbal, naturalista, musical, visual Espacial  e interpersonal.

Inteligencia Logico Matematica

Mapa Mental

 

Inteligencia visual/espacial

Infografía

 

Inteligencia musical

Música

La guerrilla llegó y todo se descontroló.
Muchos conflictos armados se llevaron a cabo generando una gran desesperación de la ciudad.
Todo consistía en atacar sin ser visto, hostigando al enemigo.
Una época con muchos fallecidos y desaparecidos, nadie sabia que hacer.
La guerrilla tomó lugar en varios lugares de América Latina de la mano de grupos de jóvenes surgidos a fines de la década del 50.
Durante esta época todos los jóvenes se dieron cuenta que era posible rebelarse y que cada uno podía formar parte de esta rebelión. De esta manera se alteró el tejido social de siempre.

 

Inteligencia Naturalista

Para poner en práctica esta inteligencia, creímos que la mejor opcion seria representar a las comunidades hippies con una animal que comparta su forma de vida y su visión hacia la autoridad.El animal que creemos más similar a esta comunidad es la Hiena.

En primer lugar, como muchos saben la hiena es un animal que se encuentra constantemente en comunidad. Al ser un animal chico en tamaño, esta obtiene poder a través de la vida y casa en comunidad, aprovechándose de las presas de felinos más grandes como leones. Básicamente el leon casa, come y las hienas se aprovechan los restos. Se puede ver este mismo patrón en la mentalidad hippie, ya que estos no solo se encuentran constantemente en comunidad sino que obtiene poder a través de la comunidad. Un hippie no puede llegar a nada pero miles de ello pueden hacer mucho.

En segundo lugar, tenemos la idea de la constante oposición a la autoridad. En la naturaleza, cuando se trata de alimento, las hienas se pueden ver en el constante conflicto contra los leones, los “reyes” de la sabana, quienes aunque sean superados en cantidad superan a las hienas en tamaño, fuerza y velocidad. Hay que aclarar que los “ataques” que efectúan las hienas suelen ser en lo posible pacíficos, con el objetivo de asustar al león más que aniquilarlo.  En este caso se puede ver como no solo las hienas se asemejan a los hippies sino que estas también lo hacen al comunismo y los leones de igual manera al capitalismo. En el caso de los hippies, se efectúan manifestaciones pacíficas aprovechando el poder de masas, al igual que las hienas.

Finalmente, se puede ver como las hienas se asemejan a los hippies en dos aspectos diferentes, el poder de masas y la oposición pacífica, en lo posible, contra la autoridad. Además, siendo también grupos de izquierda con objetivos similares, se puede encontrar un parecido entre las hienas y la guerrilla con sus emboscadas contra la autoridad.

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Inteligencia Lingüística Verbal

     Tras la lectura del texto de Hubeñak, acerca de la “revolución cultural” de la posguerra, podemos analizar a un concepto fundamental en gran profundidad y detalle, el concepto de guerrilla.

     Cómo sabemos, este se refiere a los grupos de jóvenes surgidos en Argentina a fines de la década del 50, quienes fueron reconocidos como grupos de izquierda, que en sus inicios apoyaban el regreso de Juan Domingo Perón, y acabaron siendo considerados como movimientos sumamente revolucionarios.

       De este modo, podemos sumergirnos en el texto de Hubeñak, para analizar su punto de vista con respecto a la guerrilla y todo lo que está significó. Ya desde un principio, Hubeñak trata de dejar en claro cómo la guerrilla no representó un movimiento aislado, exclusivo de Argentina. Según él muestra, la guerrilla tomó lugar en muchos países de América latina, y fue un movimiento que se desarrolló de la mano de la revolución cultural, y fue sumamente influenciado por la revolución cubana y por los ideales marxistas y comunistas. Además haciendo aún más referencia al significado de la revolución cultural y su relación con la guerrilla, Hubeñak deja en evidencia cómo la misma se desarrolló gracias al gran protagonismo que obtuvieron los jóvenes durante el periodo, quienes a la vez acabaron adoptando un nuevo rol, y dejaron de estar ajenos a la vida política. Así, los jóvenes cambiaron notoriamente gracias a la revolución cultural, y comenzaron a entrometerse mucho más en la vida política, dando así origen a numerosos movimientos entre los cuales encontramos el de la guerrilla.

     “La década del 60 transformó formas de comportamiento en la vida social y en la vida privada…La cultura juvenil se convirtió en la matriz de la revolución cultural…se creó la conciencia de que era posible rebelarse contra muchas cosas y que todos y cada uno podía hacer esta rebelión…se alteró el tejido social de siempre”. Este conjunto de frases extraídas del texto de Hubeñak, resumen en nuestra opinión el hecho de que a fin y a cabo la guerrilla fue parte de algo aún mayor, y fue uno de los varios movimientos que surgieron en la época, y acabó mostrándole a todos el cambio que se había generado en los jóvenes, quienes adoptaron un rol totalmente distinto, decidieron actuar y de ese modo en vez de representar sólo al futuro, comenzaron a representar también al presente.

 

Inteligencia Interpersonal

Agustín Bravo (coordinador): Organizado y ordenado.

Salvador Castagnino (comunicador): Creativo.

Matias Giambruni (soporte): Responsable.

Sol Bernusi (facilitador): Detallista.

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To Autumn

As we know, Autumn and Spring are different seasons in the year. In the season of Autumn, the signal is that summer is finally over, and leaves fall from trees. Although it may be a nice season, it is a season which conveys a bit of sadness, as summer representing happiness is gone, and now it’s time to re adapt to reality.
Spring, on the other hand, refers to the season in which winter ends, and it starts getting hotter and sunnier, representing rebirth, as leaves grow, plants grow, and new flowers emerge. Spring may be a happier season.

-First of all, the structure of both is very similar. The length of the verses are quite alike, the amount of these are similar too and the number of stanzas is the same.
Second, we can see how death is presented in different ways and places in both poems. In Ode on Melancholy, death is clearly presented in the first stanza while in To Autumn death appears in the last stanzas in a more fuzzy way, not as clear as in the first poem.
Also, both present nature and through it beauty. Ode to Melancholy refers to a rose while to autumn talk constantly about fruit.

-The song we chose is “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone. We chose this song as it constantly refers to nature, from the free animals to fruit blooming, and the feelings of the singer in order to it.

-For me, every season if the year has a hidden beauty that it’s just up to yourself whether you learn how to appreciate it or not.
I believe autumn may represent a melancholic and quite sad season, as it represents the end of summer, and so the end of being fully free, but still, for me it’s a necessary season, as in the end, we all must return to our routines and duties. As Autumn begins, we are forced to leave behind some summer friends, and get adapted to our realities once again, assuming our responsibilities. In autumn, I try to take advantage from the day as much as possible, as in a very near future, winter will eventually arrive, and days will get a lot shorter and colder.

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Romance de la Guardia Civil

Forma
Estructural / formal:

El poema está separado en 8 estrofas, poco uniformes respecto a la cantidad de versos en cada una, en la más larga se puede ver el momento en el que la guardia ataca a los gitanos. Uno de los recursos es la repetición “Oh ciudad de los gitanos”. El Romance de la Guardia Civil es un poema el cual no deja de lado la parte narrativa ya que cuenta una clara historia y no tiene una marcada rima.

Contenido
Historia / historia:
En la historia se presentan 2 grupos contrarios, el de la guardia civil y el de los gitanos. Los gitanos parecen personajes alegres y pacíficos quienes festejan tranquilos y sin preocupación, mientras que la guardia civil sin razón buscan violentamente atacar y destruir a estos “pobres” gitanos.

Biografia Fedrico Garcia Lorca

Lorca nació en Granada en el año 1898. En 1915 comienza a estudiar Filosofía y Letras, así como Derecho, en la Universidad de Granada. En 1919 se traslada a Madrid y se instala en la Residencia de Estudiantes, coincidiendo con numerosos literatos e intelectuales. Escribe tanto poesía como teatro, si bien en los últimos años se volcó más en este último, participando no sólo en su creación sino también en la escenificación y el montaje. En cuanto a su labor teatral, Lorca emplea rasgos líricos, míticos y simbólicos y recurre a la canción popular. Gracias a su postura politica y opiniones es asesinado, “mandado al paredon”, en Granado por el estado en 1936.

 

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Presentacion Paises Historia

Esta es la presentación que hicimos en Historia sobre los países que clasificaron al mundial Rusia 2018.

Presentación

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History Interviews

The character Tin and I are interviewing and working with is James Watt.

interview

OpinionPanel

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Language Vocabulary

We did this mind map with Tin Reynal, Agus Bravo and Felix Okecki.

MindMap

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Histogram

In history we analyzed differnt characters, mainly artists, politicians and inventors, and we did an instagram account based on ther lifes and work. I worked with Agustin Reynal, and we chose James Watt as our character.

James Watt

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My Son, the Fanatic

These are the activities Pato gaves us according to the story we read “My Son, the Fanatic”.

Task 1
1. What prevents Parvez from communicating directly with his son?
-At the beginning of the story, we are able to see how difficult is is for parvez to communicate with Ali, as he works for long hours, and has not much time to spend with his son. Moreover, Parvez culture is a very particular one, in which most things are already established, and he does not really know how to approach to his son, as he has never been taught how to do it. As a consequence, he does not really know how to be a father or how to be a model for Ali. In addition, through the story, this difficulties to communicate become more clear due to Parvez and Ali’s ideological differences, which in a way destroy their already poor relationship, and leave in evidence Parvez’s fear towards his son.

2. What is Parvez’s dream for Ali’s future?
-Parvez dream for his son is for him to take advantage of all his father’s effort and hard work, by working hard with his education and becoming an accountant. He also dreams for Ali adapting as an English man, a “normal” man.

3. How would you describe the personality of the following characterize:
a. Parvez
b. Ali
c. Bettina
-Parvez is a very hard working and devoted man, but a bit stubborn and disloyal, as he tries to adapt to the English life becoming something he really wasn’t, and also betraying his wife having a lover. In the end, he is just a not too intelligent man who has communication problems and just cares about his son’s future.
Ali, is a very strange but fanatic young man, who is loyal and original, and is willing to sacrifice everything for his religion. In a way, he is also a selfish character, as he ignores everything his father has done for him.
Finally, Bettina is a good poor woman, who is merciful as she feels sad for Parvez and his son. Her job is highly considered beneath one’s dignity, but she still keeps going, so we may say she is brave as well.

4. How would you describe the following relationships?
a. Parvez and Ali at the beginning of the story
b. Parvez and Ali at the end of the story
c. Parvez and Bettina
d. Parvez and his coworkers
e. Parvez and his wife
a.The relation is quite mysterious as Parvez is worried of Ali’s changes in mood and their lack of communication.
b.This is a really violent and toxic relation, Parvez even seems to try to kill Ali thanks to his lack of obedience.
c.They have a really private relation, Bettina acts like Parvez’s wife talking with him about his problems and giving him “a ride for a ride”.
d.Parvez and his coworkers seem to be really good friends as he goes put with them to drink something, talk and have fun, when his is not working or sleeping.
e.This is probably the weakest relation in the story as Parvez barely talks to his wife and gives almost no participation to her in his life and his son’s life.

5. What advice does Bettina give Parvez?
Bettina advised several times to Parvez. For instance when he suggests to look into Alis eyes in order to know whether he was consuming or not. Also, and the most important thing, is that Bettina suggests to parvez to talk to Ali about what was going on. To communicate with is son.

6. What memory from Pakistan haunts Parvez?
-The memory which haunts Parvez from Pakistan, goes back to his childhood. He did not a have a clear model to follow, he did not have too much food to eat and develop properly, and he did not have a good education to grow up well and understand the world as it was.

7. What rules does Ali criticize Parvez for breaking?
-The rule that Ali criticizes the most is the constant drinking of alcohol. Parvez is constantly drinking “he went more often to the whisky bottle, even when he was at work”. Also he ate crispy bacon, which was forbidden by the Koran. The western culture was full of hypocrites, adulters, homosexualsm drug usres and prostitutes.

8. Why does Parvez like England?
Parvez likes England since it has nothing to do with Pakistan. Parvez worked so hard in order to be able to leave Pakistan, and England represents, in a way, all that effort he put in order to be able to have a better life, with good conditions. Parvez had spent lots of money to give his son the best of possibilities. In fact the son is able to study, something his father was not lucky enough to do. In opposition to his father, since it has nothing to do with his roots, and their traditions. In addition, his religion and true nationality are not fully accepted. Also London represents the capitalist world which blames them for all the problems in the middle east.

9. Why does Ali hate London?
Ali hates London for two main reasons. First, people in London don’t live according to the Quran and its rules, they drink alcohol, they eat pork, they accept prostitutes and none of them prays. Second, Ali says that London was attacking his people which is actually true as England, among other countries, bombarded and damaged muslim countries and communities more than ones in pursuit of power and fortune. Also, London doesn’t fully accepts muslims, so many of them have to adapt to a religion and culture which is alien to them.

10. What was the “last straw” that led Parvez to violence?
Probably the last straw which turned Parvez into a violent man was the fact that Ali didn’t even glance when his father entered angry to the room, in a sense of indifference towards the figure of his father. In addition, Ali was not simply avoiding his father but also praying muslim prayers which were not accepted by Parvez who was immersed in the occidental culture.

11. What does Ali mean in the last line of the story?
In the last line of the story Ali says “So who’s the fanatic now?”, after being kicked and aggressed by his father because of being considered a muslim fanatic by Pervez. This phrase has a lot of meaning in the story as it shifts the roles of the characters, Parvez from a peaceful guy to a fanatic and Ali from a muslim fanatic to a peaceful muslim. With this Ali means that the one who is a fanatic is his father as his is willing to sacrifice the life of his son in order to protect his thoughts or even the thought that were imposed to him, after Parvex accusing Ali of being a fanatic.

Task 2

Complete the plot diagram online

Exposition: Parvez discovers his son Ali has no real plans for his future, but to devote himself to his religion, as he discovers he is a truly extremist fanatic.
Rising action: Ali, shows his total opposition to the English society (when he is in the car with Parvez and Bettina), and his clear idea of standing for his ideals and religion. He also insults both Bettina and his father, causing a rise in tension.
Climax: Parvez full of rage hits Ali several time, damaging his body but not his feelings.
Falling action: The falling action takes place when Ali asks Parvez “Who is the fanatic now?” stopping the aggression and causing the resolution.
Resolution: Relationship between father and son is destroyed, they will probably stop coexisting in Parvez’s house.

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Quiz Connectors

In our language class we worked with connectors and did some exercises.

Quiz

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To The Evening Star

I worked with Agustin Reynal to do this poster based on six Literature questions on Eilliam Blake’s poem “To The Evening Star”.

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