jueves, 17 de junio de 2010


Martin Luther and the German Reformation
1. (a) Describe the event that is taking place in the source
shown on the right.
Martin Luther expalin the 95 theses

(b)Mention one immediate consequence of this event.
The Pope excommunicated Martin Luther

1. Explain the following terms:
(a)justification by faith: That you are saved only by believing
(b) indulgences: Documents issued by the Poper to pardon sins for money
(c) Papal bull: document (law) given by Pope
(d) excommunicated: You are no longer a Christian
(e) heretic: Failure to meet the law that the church
(f) clerical celibacy:

2. Write briefly four important landmarks in the life of Martin Luther.


1. Why was the Council of Trent summoned? _To stop the Lutheran Reformation

2. Identify three conclusions reached at this Council.

(a) New ways of spreading Catholicism were created,such as cathecism and new schools
(b) New religious orders were founded to carry out the resolutions of Trent, and other orders were reformed.
(c) The Society of Jesus, founded by Saint Ignatius of Loyola in 1540, supported the Pope during the counter-reformation

3. Name five countries in Europe where the Counter-Reformation was successful and one country where it was not.

(a) Successful in: Spain, France, Italy, Portugal and Austria
(b) Unsuccessful in: Germany

A whole new world: The amazing map based on population

WHICH ARE THE MOST DENSELY POPULATED REGIONS IN THE WORLD?Asia and África. Why? Because women no using contraception
WHICH ARE THE MOST DENSELY POPULATED COUNTRIES? The most densely populate cuntries are China and India.
Is all territory densely populated. No, because in some countries use contraceptives and other countries not

martes, 8 de junio de 2010


1. Why is it called a crude rate?
Porque se refiere a ellos simplemente a la tasa de natalidad
2. What aspect of population growth or decline is not measured by the natural increase calculation?
La mortalidad infantil, el número de hijos por mujer, la fertilidad ...
3. Calculate the Birth and Death Rates for Ireland in each of the four years.

En 1995: 13/1000
En 1998: 14/1000
En 2000: 14/1000
En 2002: 14/1000


En 1995: 8/1000
En 1998: 8/1000
En 2000: 8/1000
En 2002: 7/1000

4. Calculate the Natural Increase for Ireland in each of the four years.


En 1995: 4/1000
En 1998: 5/1000
En 2000: 6/1000
En 2002: 7/1000

5. Write a short paragraph outlining the population changes experienced over the period from 1995 to 2002, based on this data.
La Tasa de Natalidad aumentado, pero las muertes se redujo. Así, la población aumentó.

Vocabulary 10

Charles I: Was a king of Spain and of Holy Roman Emperor

Holy Roman Empire: The title of Carlos V

Comuneros: All of this angered the Castilians and led to the revolt of the Comuneros

Juan de Padilla: The king of Toledo, was the first city to rebel

Philip II:The son of Charles V

Viceroy: Was a king in a territorie

Ottoman Turks: Were his other great rivals to Spain

German Protestant Princes: The most serious problem of the rebellion

Elizabeth I: Was the Queen of England

Invincible Armada: To fight against England. The powerful Spanish armada was defeated in 1588

Aztec Empire: A territorie conquered by Hernan Cortés

Inca Empire: A territore conquered by Francisco Pizarro

Francisco Pizarro: He conquered the Inca Empire

Council of Indies: Which advise the king on matters of government

Viceroyalty of Peru

Viceroyalty of New Spain

Casa de Contratación: A trading house in Seville

Benavente plan

  • The historical centre and the business district: Santa Maria square and center of transports
  • The main residencial areas: Avd El Ferial and the urbanitations of the Pinar and the around
  • the industrial areas: The centre of transports
  • the main streets: Avd El ferial, Avd Federico Silva, Avd Maragatos
What kind of City layout are there?, Only one? Radiocentric Layout

viernes, 28 de mayo de 2010

Doctors Without Borders

• Would you be prepared to work in one of them? Why? Why not? Yes, because it is a worthy work, although he was not charging, but I like to help the others
• What problems face most people in developing countries? Health problems and food shortages
• Would their situation be better if the birth rate fell? Why? Why not?
• Why do many people in Africa die before they are 40 years old? Because they are short of food, water and health problems
• Why is a child in an underdeveloped country more likely to die than a child in a developed one? Because they catch diseases easily, ate little and hardly ever drink water