Sunday, October 30, 2016

OUR PROJECTS

(BY 5B)

INVERTEBRATES

SPIDER
(By Sofiane Larabou Kapi, Connor Sayago e Ízan Villalba)

STARFISH
(by Lorena Radu)

SPONGES
(by María Aceña y Sara Pérez)

STARFISH
(by Iván Lain y Eduardo Parras)

SLUG
(by Víctor García)

JELLYFISH
(by Beatriz Rodtríguez)

JELLYFISH
(by Daniela Fernández)

JELLYFISH
(by Laura Romero)

OUR PROJECTS

(BY 5A)


INVERTEBRATES


STARFISH
(by Jorge Martín, Pablo Salmerón y Daniel Salvador)

STARFISH
(by Lara Figueras, Valeria Pedrera y Alba Pérez)

OCTOPUS
(by Pablo Pérez)

JELLYFISH
(by Adrián Alonso y David Vardanyan)

OCTOPUS
(by Nacho Bernabé y Alejandra Gutiérrez)

JELLYFISH
(by Ruth Hernández y Lucía Ordóñez)

JELLYFISH
(by Helena Cárdenas y Sofía López)

JELLYFISH
(by Sabela Ayuso)


SPONGES
(by Daniela García y Alonso Martín)



Friday, January 09, 2015

The economy and the three sectors of the economy

WHAT IS THE ECONOMY?

The economy is the system of using resources, buying and selling.

It is divided into three sectors:
       
         - Primary sector: provides raw materials from nature.
        - Secondary sector: uses raw materials to produce manufactured products.
        - Tertiary sector: provides services.
                                                                                                                                                                 

LET'S LEARN ABOUT THE THREE ECONOMY SECTORS




Learn about how things are done by watching these videos!!!

http://pbskids.org/rogers/picpic.html

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Population

International migration



Nowadays, in Spain and in other countries people need to emigrate because of different reasons. Life can be difficult for them. We should help them to adapt to their new country, and respect each other.
You can see here some examples of children who emigrated from their countries.


How  population changes second by second around the world,,,

WHAT HAVE WE LEARNT?

Monday, February 11, 2013

THE CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING THINGS


. 1 The five kingdoms:



The five kingdoms song.


2. vertebrates.

Here are some endangered vertebrate species.
 Watch these interesting videos about the blue whale and other animals.





VERTEBRATES CHARACTERISTICS






Fun video about evolution



1.Fish


2. Amphibians

Life cycle of a frog




video about amphibians



3. Reptiles




Differences between amphibians and reptiles



4. Birds


5. Mammals



How much do you know about vertebrates?

Let's brush up!






3. Invertebrates





   1. Arthropods








   2. Mollusks



Octopus                                                                                               Some mollusks







     Snail                                                                 Slug
                                                     





Octopus eggs hutching



Video about mollusks 
 
         

 3. Sponges








           

 4. Coelenterates

 Polyps
 Jellyfish

Life cycle of jellyfish

Some interesting videos


 5. Echinoderms

  Starfish
 Sea urchin

                                                             Sunflower sea star
  
 6. Annelids


Earthworm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rfFFJSjD0Y


Would you recognise these invertebrates?




Check if you were right! Watch the following power point

Let's review invertebrates!



4. PLANTS


Characteristics:
- They are multicellular. Their cells have a rigid cell wall.
- They interact with their environment but don't move around.
- They make their own food (autotrophs)



Seed plants: angiosperms and gymnosperms.





Non-seed plants: they produce special cells called spores.

Helechos Ferns





 Mosses                                                                      Mosses spores

                                                        


Watch these videos about plants reproduction


Angiosperms or flowering plants


Gymnosperm or conifers




Reproduction of spores (mosses and ferns)







5. MONERA


 



Bacteria belong to the monera kingdom

6. PROTISTA




Types of protista

 Protozoa

 Protozoa dividing

                   
Amoeba (they have pseudopods to move)             Amoeba feeding


Paramecium (they use cilia to move)


                                Plant-like protist: algae (their able to carry out photosynthesis)

7. FUNGI


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

LIVING THINGS



We can find lots of different living things in our planet. We are going to learn about them and how they are organised.


1. Life on Earth.

The Biosphere  is the global sum of all ecosystems. It's the layer around Earth which holds life. There, we can find different types of organisms such as plant and animals.

All living things carry out the trhee life processes:

. 1 Interaction: living things detect information in their environment and react to it in different ways. Human beings use our sense organs to detect information; we communicate with each other, we move around and do many things.

. 2 Nutrition: living things take in essential nutrients from their environment. These provides them with the energy they need to grow and develop. We carry out nutrition by breathing, drinking water and eating food, as well as eliminating waste products.

3. Reproducction: it consists of creating new members of their own species, There are different types of reproduction. Human beings are mammals, so woman give birth to babies and they produce milk to feed them.

Characteristics of life. Beautiful!


What is biology? Let's sing!

2. Cells




























LET'S WATCH SOME VIDEOS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT CELLS







                     Game:

 Songs:



3. From cells to systems. How are living things organised?

Let's learn and review!! Watch this video and play.


Your requests! 

- Learn more about bacteria.


- How did Louise Pateur made his discovery?
Pasteurization (or pasteurisation, see spelling differences) is the process of heating liquids for the purpose of destroying bacteria, protozoa, molds, and yeasts. The process was named after its creator, French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur. The first pasteurization test was completed by Pasteur and Claude Bernard on April 20, 1862.