18. February 2015 · Comments Off on Catholic Order · Categories: News · Tags:

Chaos and its instrumentalization into the social conglomerates in the spring of 1968 occurred in Paris a violent insurrection against the central Government, known as the French may. Student shock groups took to the streets breaking everything that were in its path. They demanded higher education budget, elimination of all forms of authority and freedom to enter female dormitories at the universities. Led by the German agitator Daniel Cohn-Bendit 6 and supported by the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre 7 – exponent of Marxist Existentialism – planted flags in the boulevards and squares rojas hung huge posters with the faces of Marx, Trotsky, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. For several weeks they put pickets, they erected barricades, burned cars, ransacked shops, They torched the stock exchange building, razed ministries and produced such an amount of havoc, the streets of Paris seemed to have suffered from the ravages of a war. Simultaneously, the left unions called the strike revolutionary totally paralyzing the country. The population was terrified by so much violence and anarchy.

Coven lasted until General De Gaulle decided to repress the subversives, dissolved the National Assembly, summoned to new elections and 60% of the votes with imposed law and order. At the beginning of June 1968 the revolutionary movement sold out in itself. This historic episode deeply marked the agitators of the whole world, but the brand that will accompany forever to this social movement of masses is the content of the graffiti that embadurnaron the walls of the most beautiful and emblematic buildings public and private from Paris. Of them, highlight three: Le Desordre cest moi (I am the chaos), Interdit dinterdire (forbidden ban) and Limagination au pouvoir (the imagination to power). Perhaps the story reminds us constantly that chaos is the basis of all new order. Leonardo Boff 8 has sustained the following statement, which we take as a reference and that we assume as extraordinarily valid: chaos is the basis of the new order (belongs) to shed believed possible to exit the conflict by encouraging the positive elements of disorder.

15. February 2015 · Comments Off on Unit School · Categories: News · Tags:

' ' And the B' ' of Average Ensino in the turn of the night in the Pertaining to school Unit Alfredo Carlos Alencar, located to the Modest Street Vtor de Sousa S/N Center, Captain Gervasio Oliveira, State of the Piau. This stage, with horria load of 120 hours, had beginning in day 17 of May and finished in day 15 of July of 2011, with weekly horria load of 2 hours lessons, in two days of the week, tuesday and friday. Each lesson with duraode45minutos. Supervised Period of training II had the objective to observe and to apply the knowledge acquired you discipline in them studied, as well as collating them with practical the pedagogical one properly said, searching to firm one practical one that she is significant. This report is composed of the data of the comments; it tells on the organization to discipline of the school; it describes the administrative, pedagogical situation, evaluation and classroom finally; of the experiences lived deeply in the period of regency in classroom that if based on the four pillars of the education; also in the sociointeracionista trend of the teach-learning process.

The comments meet described in this work not only of the process in classroom, as well as, of the pertaining to school environment as a whole. Inside of this estimated, it was looked to coexist and to observe a form to direct practical the pedagogical one as an action supported in beddings that engloba a philosophical line of learning and its effectiveness. 2 – CHARACTERIZATIONS OF the INSTITUTION the College of the state net Alfredo Carlos Alencar as it is structuralized currently was initiated in this city in 2003, where it was until the year of 2004 functioning in a residence. From in the management of mayor Jose Son she is that Pertaining to school Unit was annexed it Joo of God Rodrigues de Oliveira, situated there the Street Francisco Antonio Grandson S/N, in the center of the 2004 city being until 2010.Hoje it functions in proper headquarters in the Modest Street Vtor de Sousa and is an institution kept for the net state and managed by 12 GRE.

14. February 2015 · Comments Off on Incorporate Education · Categories: News

THE need to incorporate human rights education into schools in BOLIVIA human rights teacher-training CURRICULA are a set of principles, universally accepted, recognized constitutionally and legally guaranteed, oriented to make human beings their dignity as a person, in his individual and social, material and spiritual dimension. KAREN JIMENA chestnut TORREZ in the 21st century, yet we are still illiterate in human rights, we are not being well educated on this issue, we have to overcome this inculturalidad. It is expedient that the schools training teachers, incorporated into its curriculum education in human rights for the promotion and respect for them since only a people who know and understand their rights, will demand your respect and must undertake to fight for them. Is important that the students forming to be teachers have knowledge about human rights, because they are the future trainers of future generations. Thus the maestro-profesor, become a means of education in human rights, and the primary and secondary level students not only they will be receiving, but they will also be those who convey, inform but above all know their rights if the exercise, and socialize in our society.

Education in values and human rights is the ideal instrument to make people not only know their rights, but to ensure that they also act in everyday life with the values inherent to a culture of respect for the rights of all and everyone, respect for differences and valuing diversity building a responsible citizenship. To make efficient human rights education should be a true outlet of rights consciousness and awakening an attitude of defending them, has to develop a conviction that all human beings, no matter our condition, we are worthy beings and, therefore, valuable and rights holders. If human rights are only a theory more or less interesting, that they do not serve to transform our lives, little or no interest and become hollow, not being practiced speeches. To educate in human rights is not enough to have clear ideas or theoretical knowledge on these issues, it is essential to comply with a series of conditions which are: the feel convinced of their usefulness for the construction of a more humane society; ourselves both with the project of society we want to build; having faith that all human beings, until the last day of our lives, we can change, we can be better people, better subjects, better human. To educate in human rights is not only report on the contents of the statements, but to educate the nino@s-jovenes with respect to the values which underpin these rights and that are based on the dignity of every human being: freedom and responsibility, respect and justice, dialogue and tolerance, solidarity, equality of rights and respect for individual differences, etc. We need an education that was educated in practice and in the defence of human rights, as well as in the experimentation of democratic coexistence in the school, in the family, in the community, which can be converted into lifestyles that we need human beings to be and live more like human, building our history and betting for a society and a different world, where man is not a man Wolf, but a companion along the way, a brother, a friend, a human.

12. February 2015 · Comments Off on Ferdinand Magellan · Categories: News · Tags: ,

The flowering of Spanish in the Philippines In the Philippines, the Spaniards first appeared after the expedition of Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. Spain, as a great maritime power of that time sought to prevent the Islamization of the Philippines following the example of Indonesia, with direct military intervention. But in contrast to Latin America, the Christianization of the population did not lead to ispanizatsii. This was due to several reasons. Firstly, the number of ispatsev-settlers was very small, but consequently, there was little intermarriage. Secondly, the spread of Spanish resisted, oddly enough, Spanish priests themselves, for fear of corrupting their new parishioners.

They even contributed to the development alphabet for local languages! But despite all this, in the administrative apparatus, and then in schools dominated by Spanish. This led to the fact that in the late 19 early 20 centuries, a large development was Hispanic Filipino literature. Among the most famous writers of the time you can allocate the Philippine national hero Jose Rizal and-Alonso (1861-1896), Cecilio Apostol (1877-1938), Fernando Guerrero (1873-1929) and Jesus Balmori satirist (1886-1948). The decline of the Spanish language region after the Spanish-American War in 1898 the Americans took control of the Philippines. And once the new owners began to force the Spanish language, replacing it with English. So in 1901 the Philippines were sent both tomasity called? foreign language teachers, who started preparing the population for the transition from Spanish to English. This transition has taken quite some time.

Since the first newspaper, books, radio broadcasts in English began to emerge in the Philippines but in the forties of last century. In 1935, English became an official language alongside Spanish. Parallel to this, the Americans are a lot of work on education a single national language, based on autochthonous elements. And so on Dec. 31, 1937 the national language becomes more and Tagalog spoken by most residents of the city? city of Manila. Now modern Philippine literature is created in English. In 1973, the Spanish no longer official, and in 1987 he stopped teaching at universities.