Procesos Endógenos y Exógenos

Pablo, en nuestra última clase de Geografía, nos pidió que luego de haber visto el documental y leído lo que él nos había preparado, realicemos un cuadros de los procesos Endógenos y los Exógenos.

Casi toda la litósfera, tanto en su interior como en su superficie, está en continuo cambio  por distintos procesos que pueden ser agrupados en Endógenos o Exógenos.

Este es el cuadro que yo hice en cuanto a las páginas del libro y las del blog de Pablo:

 

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The Treaty of Versailles – Essay writing

ESSAY WRITING
Essay Question: “How successful was Wilson in achieving his aims at Versailles?
Explain your answer”.

In the following Essay, I will explain and analyze how successful Wilson Woodrow was on achieving his aims and objectives according to the final terms previously discussed by the big three.

On the one hand, his aims weren’t totally excluded and this is why many of them were achieved. The League of Nations, Wilson’s most important point, was obtained and founded on January 10th of 1920. Moreover, the point number thirteen: “Poland to become an independent state with access to the seas” was accepted, giving them access to a sea port through Danzig. It was not only attained that France would regain Alsace-Lorraine but also he accomplished the disarmament of Germany, although he wanted all countries to disarm so that the “just and lasting peace” could be achieved. In addition, Woodrow, gained his aim of self-determination but not completely. In spite of the fact that Wilson wanted Self-Determination for all the countries, he gained the autonomy of the ethnic groups and the Germany’s colonies. This happened because Britain and France didn’t want to give their colonies, they thought that only losers must suffer the loss of them.

However, on the other hand, he didn’t obtain all his desires. Firstly, the war guilt made his idea of “just and lasting peace” and “not to be very harsh on Germany” be lost. This happened because Georges Clemenceau “was determined not to allow such devastation ever again”, this means, that he couldn’t let Germany invade France ever again and he thought that this was the perfect moment “to weaken them as much as possible”. In addition, his second point wasn’t accepted. As I mentioned before, the disarmament and self-determination was not totally completed because they were established only for Germany to suffer. Moreover, “the strengthen democracy in defeated countries”, was not achieved because the War Guilt and reparations made Germany’s economy fall. Finally, the third point of Wilson’s fourteen points, was either not obtained.

All in all, Woodrow’s aims weren’t accomplished completely, however, he managed to convince Ll. George and Clemenceau about almost half of them.

 

Actividad del bicentenario

Hace unos días, Carol, nos pidió que realizemos una actividad de a parejas con el compañero de banco, en mi caso, yo trabajé con Tomás Braun.

A continuación voy a poner la actividad que debíamos hacer, y lo que nosotros hicimos.

Actividad:

1-Trabajar con el compañero de banco
2-Leer los tres textos.
3-Tomar 1 palabra que se repita en por lo menos 2 de los textos y explicar cómo está usada.
4-Elegir uno de los poemas y buscar una imagen que ilustre su significado.
5-Elegir uno de los poemas y escribir un texto en el que cuentes si te gusta o no, qué te provoca, qué te hace sentir, etc.

Lo que nosotroa hicimos:

1- Tomás Braun y Matías Ripoll

3- La palabra que elegimos es cadenas.
“La patria en cadenas”.
“Oíd el ruido de rotas cadenas”.
Cadenas: Una cadena es un conjunto de eslabones o anillos enlazados entre sí.
Significado de “patria en cadenas”: Esto quiere decir que la patria estaba siendo dominadas.
Significado de “oíd el ruido de rotas cadenas”: Esto quiere decir que las cadenas se rompieron y liberaron de los españoles.

4- Elegimos el poema de “la independencia”.
Esta es la imagen que para nosotros lo representa.

5- Elegimos describir el himno. Esto es lo que nosotros pensamos:

El himno, escrito por Vicente López y Planes en el año 1812, nos representa como país independiente y soberano. Nosotros, Tomás Braun y Matías Ripoll, pensamos que el himno es el poema que te emociona y enorgullece ya que expresa nuestra historia y cómo llegamos a ser lo que somos hoy, un país independiente y libre. Por esta razón de que el himno nos emociona, en las guerras, les brindaba coraje y pasión a los valientes soldados para llevarse todo por delante. Finalmente, este himno, te hace sentir orgullo de lo que sos: Una persona libre y con derechos de la República Argentina.

Other treaties made after the end of WW1

Today, in our History class, we started making infographics for each of the treaties, apart from the Treaty of Versailles, that were made after the end of WW1.

These are my infographics with the tool “easel.ly”:

Treaty of St. Germain – 1919

Treaty of Neuilly – 1919

Treaty of Trianon – 1920

Treaty of Sevres – 1920

Treaty of Lausanne – 1923

Hope you like it!