Science Leadership Academy (SLA) es pequeña comparado con otra escuela, pero la escuela es muy crearive y desafía. Tenomos muchos de los diferentes deportes y desqués de la escuela. Hay casi siempre 600 estudiantes y 50 los prosfesoras. SLA está en Filadelfia 22nd y Arch AVE. A mí me encanta SLA. SLA profesores son muy inteligentes y estudiantes es muy simpáticesHoy las imagenes de sla....
Profesor /a: La Srta. Maunel
Actividades en la clase: cantar, leer cuentos, hablar español, trabajar duro
Responsabilidades: hacer la tarea, prestar atención, trabajar duro, estar preparada, y no hablar inglés.
Materiales: la carpeta, una computadora, las hojas de papel, una pluma o un lápiz.
Opinión: Me fascina porque es muy interesante
Profesor: El Sr.Sheriff
Actividades en la clase: trabajar de groupo, projecto
Responsabilidades: hacer la tarea, prestar atención, trabajar duro, estar preparada, y tomar apuntes
Materiales: la computadora
Opinión: Bioqúimica requerido much de trabajar de groupo
Mi escuela, Science Leadership Academy, es muy diferente para otras escuelas publicas en Filadelfia. Tenemos que aplicar. Todo el mundo es extraño, los profesores también! La vida en SLA es loca y divertida. Tenemos mucho actividades. Tenemos el biblioteca y salón música. Hay quinientos estudiantes, es Pequeño para las otras escuelas. Esta en el centro de la cuidad. Me encanta SLA porque aprendemos mucho y tenemos que trabajar duro.
Clase : Poesía
Los Profesores :El Señor Kay y La Señorita Gina
Actividades en la clase: escribimos
Responsabilidades: tenemos que tener posturas positiva
Materiales: el cuaderno, una pluma o una lápiz ,
Opinión: Me caen bien porque es divertida
La Profesora : La Señorita Thompson
Actividades en la clase: resolver los problemas, dibujar
Responsabilidades: Hacer todos tarea, prestar atención, coger un buena nota en las pruebas y participar activamente
Materiales: La carpeta, unas hojas de papel, la computadora (a veces)
Opinión: Me fascina la clase de geometría porque aprendemos mucho.
Everybody perceived the word accordance with his or her reality. This is the probe to that analysis. The exercise consists in try to calculate the number of people that you believe is in each category based in 100. Below we present three different bar graphs cooperating the world reality with what the average in the class believe is true, and what I thought was the real number.
I choose these categories because I was sure that were the ones where I was closer, but the results give me some surprises. Now with the real answers I think that the most accurate is the urban/rural chart even when we tend to add more in the urban areas, but that is normal because we life in a city and we believe the most of the people had the same situation. The same happen to me with the genders, I put more female than male, and in geography I add more people in the parts that I know. And the whole situation almost repeats in all categories, languages for example.
In the case of this graphs as you can see the differences between the class, the reality and my distribution is not enormous despite that we have a lot of different options, but still you can see some of them a little bit higher or under the real number, and once aging our perspective of the world depends in our reality, and the true is the US is a country where religion is free, so we really do not have a real sense of this.
In a very personal way I am alive to be wrong in this one, because means that more people that I think had access to drinking water, and that is amazing because we all are humans and we all have the same rights.
I was most accurate on the gender category. I figured that the odds of a boy being born to a girl being born were pretty close to 50/50 just because of the genetics of it all. But, I remember someone telling me that there were more females in the world, so that is why I put 51% female and 49%. I was still pretty close to the real answer of 50% and 50%. It is kind of interesting to see where I was far from accurate such as with education. What I put was basically the opposite of the reality. I put 70% for both males and females for without secondary school education, and that number is true for those with secondary school education. I figured that a majority of each gender would have access to primary education, but I thought that number would decrease since a majority of the population needs to go and work and can't necessarily afford school. I see I was wrong here. I suppose it does make sense since a lot of countries do offer free education and the value of education has been rising as more and more people realize that the higher education one has, the higher paying job they will receive.
2.Which of the real/correct answers shocked you the most? Explain.
To be honest, the poverty, drinking water, and technology categories surprised me the most. I was always raised to appreciate what I have because most of the world doesn't have access to what I would call luxuries like clean water and technology. In classes and on television, a lot of attention is paid towards those living in poverty. So, I always thought that well over half the world population lived in poverty and therefore did not have access to clean drinking water and technology. Well, I was wrong. Only 48% of the population is in poverty, and while yes the number of those who are rich is such a small number probably compared to that, the middle class (working people) probably dominate the population.
3. If you were way off course in your predictions, explain why it is that you feel that happened. If you were spot on, explain why you think that happened. - due by class on Friday - 2.10.2012
I suppose the only knowledge I have of the world comes from what my parents and teachers taught me and what television has shown me. But these views are often one-sided and do not portray the entire world as a whole. So, my own estimations at the numbers get messed up as a result.