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Proyecto interdisciplinar trabajado dentro del programa bilingüe en el IES Castilblanco de los Arroyos (2020-21) centrado en la Época Victoriana de la historia de Reino Unido.

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VICTORIAN ERA

IES CASTILBLANCO DE LOS ARROYOS

Bilingual Program

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CONTENTS

School Subjects

Science Fair

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Thanks

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Introduction

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2 School subjects

BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGY


PHYSICAL EDUCATION


GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY

LENGUA CASTELLANA Y LITERATURA

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Introduction

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LENGUA CASTELLANA Y LITERATURA

El ruiseñor y la rosa by Oscar Wilde (2ºESO)

El príncipe feliz by Oscar Wilde (2ºESO)

El amigo fiel by Oscar Wilde

(2º ESO)

Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

(1º ESO)

Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens

(1º ESO)

Murales de autores victorianos







VICTORIAN LOVE POEMS

1ºESO (REF. INGLÉS)

2ºPMAR

3ºESO B

3ºESO A





2 School subjects

ENGLISH

DRAMA

FRENCH


PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY


THE VICTORIAN BRITISH EMPIRE

CANADA

The independence of the United States in 1783 caused families to move to Canada, forcing

the division of Canadian territory into two provinces, Upper and Lower Canada.

In 1867, the Canadian Confederation was approved, which originally grouped the two provinces.

IRAK

The United Kingdom had an interest in occupying the territory of the Kingdom of Irak since the 19th century, and it wanted to consolidate its control over the Suez Canal. During World War I, the United Kingdom occupied the Ottoman province of Basra, with the aim of protecting Britain’s oil interests. Years later, the League of Nations handed over formal control of Irak to the United Kingdom in the form of a Mandate.

INDIA

From 1770 India was part of the British Empire and was its most important colony. They called it the jewel of the Crown for its size and wealth.

India is a federal republic (29 states and 7 territories) that is governed by a parliamentary democracy. It is considered a developing nation, despite the enormous social and humanitarian difficulties that its complex political history has bequeathed to it.

RHODESIA

Rhodesia was a British colony formed from 1911 to 1923. In 1924, the territory became a protectorate. It was conquered by Cecil John Rhodes on behalf of Great Britain.

MALDIVE ISLANDS

It was a Portuguese (1558), Dutch (1654) and British (1887) colony.

In 1887, Sultan Muhammad Muenuddin signed an agreement with the British governor of Ceylon, making the Maldives a British protectorate with the payment of an annual tribute. This convention left the sultans as autocratic governors until 1932.

PITCAIRN ISLANDS

Pitcairn became a British colony in 1838, and in 1850 the island was completely uninhabited when the population became too large to sustain itself, prompting its move to Norfolk Island. 18 months later, 17 inhabitants returned to Pitcairn to repopulate it.

CYRPUS

In 1878, Britain obtained administrative guardianship from Cyprus.

Cyprus was conquered by the English on 12 July 1878, and was officially converted into a colony on 5 November 1914. In 1931 the first revolts in favor of enosis began.

SOUTH AFRICA

The territory remained a colony subordinate to the British Crown until 1962, when the

Republic of South Africa was officially constituted as a politically detached country from the United Kingdom.

The Dutch took the colony from the Portuguese in 1652, established small settlements on the Cape of Good Hope and expanded to form the Cape Colony. At the end of the 18th century, the English took over the Dutch colony, transforming it into a British colony.

Although the Boers were the losers of the war, in 1910 the United Kingdom granted limited independence to South Africa as a British colony.

HONG KONG

Hong Kong was a British colony from 1841 to 1997. It was after the First Opium War that the island of Hong Kong occupied a place in history when it was ceded, indefinitely, by China to Britain through the Treaty of Nanking of 1842.On 1 July 1997, Hong Kong Island was returned to China, which had been colonized for 155 years by the United Kingdom. The transfer of sovereignty was agreed in 1984 by the British Prime Minister.

KENYA

The Colony and Protectorate of Kenya was part of the British Empire in Africa from 1920 to 1963. It was founded when the former East African Protectorate became a British crown colony. The Colony of Kenya was referred to as the hinterlands, while a 16 km coastal strip was the Protectorate of Kenya, although the two were controlled as a single administrative unit. The colony came to an end in 1963, when its independence was finally declared.

FALKLAND ISLANDS

The British occupation of the Falkland Islands was a military operation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland that on January 3, 1833 took control of those islands. Since then, the islands have been under British rule, except for the brief period of the Falklands War in 1982.

NIGERIA

Nigeria became a British protectorate in 1901 from the union of the Protectorate of the Niger Coast with territories acquired by the Royal Company of the Niger below Lokoja on the Niger River. The period of colonisation lasted until 1960, when an independence movement succeeded.

AUSTRALIA

Seventeen years after Cook's landfall on the east coast of Australia, the British government decided to establish a colony at Botany Bay. The American Revolutionary War (1775–1783) saw Britain lose most of its North American colonies and consider establishing replacement territories. In 1779 Sir Joseph Banks, the eminent scientist who had accompanied James Cook on his 1770 voyage, recommended Botany Bay as a suitable site for settlement, saying that "it was not to be doubted that a tract of land such as New Holland, which was larger than the whole of Europe, would furnish matter of advantageous return".

THE VICTORIAN BRITISH EMPIRE

STANDS

  1. La roca revolucionaria: El carbón
  2. La máquina de vapor
  3. El convertidor de acero
  4. La fotografía
  5. La dinamita
  6. Antisépticos
  7. La bombilla

This year, the Science Fair at IES Castilblanco de los Arroyos was dedicated to the Industrial Revolution, thus, developping one of the main aspects of the Victorian Era. Here you are a selection of the projects that were presented by the students.

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1. La roca revolucionaria: El carbón

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VIDEOS

2. La máquina de vapor

¿Quieres saber por qué la invención de la máquina a vapor y el uso del carbón revolucionó nuestras vidas? Entonces, ¡¡este es tu vídeo!! Bienvenidos a la Revolución Industrial, Proyecto multidisciplinar del IES Castilblanco de los Arroyos.

En este vídeo, los alumnos de 4º de ESO del IES Castilblanco de los Arroyos (Sevilla), han querido explicarnos la máquina de vapor creada por James Watt que fue un gran descubrimiento y punto de partida para la Revolución Industrial.

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3. El convertidor de acero

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4. La fotografía

En este video un alumno de 3ª de ESO del IES CASTILBLANCO DE LOS ARROYOS (Sevilla) nos habla del convertidor de acero y su funcionamiento.

En este video los alumnos de 3º de ESO del IES CASTILBLANCO DE LOS ARROYOS exponen un breve recorrido de la fotografía, primera aparición de la cámara fotográfica, relación de ésta con el poder adquisitivo, poses en los distintos tipos de fotografías y creatividad.

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5. Antisépticos

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6. La dinamita

En este video las alumnas de 3º de ESO del IES CASTILBLANCO DE LOS ARROYOS, nos hacen una pequeña introducción sobre los antisépticos que se utilizaban en la época victoriana y posteriormente, realizan un sencillo experimento con uno de los desinfectantes más utilizados como es el agua oxigenada.

En este video los alumnos de 3ª de ESO del IES CASTILBLANCO DE LOS ARROYOS hacen una presentación sobre la dinamita, cuándo se inventó, quién la inventó y su fabricación.

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VÍDEO

7. La bombilla

Breve introducción sobre la bombilla eléctrica y su inventor Thomas Alva Edison y posterior realización de un experimento relacionado con la luz eléctrica a partir de materiales sencillos como dos lápices.

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SCIENCE FAIR RECOLLECTIONS

After the Science Fair is over, as every year, what remains are the countless recollections and the pride for the success of each and every project presented by our students, which encourages us to go on with the challenge in subsequent years.

Edward and Anthony explaining how the brain works

Our students being interviewed by C.Sur

Science Fair organizers

The stand of photography and electricity

The authorities visit our Science Fair

La Feria de la ciencia del IES Castilblanco de los Arroyos se celebra cada año en el mes de mayo. Habiendo sido la de 2021 la 15º edición, es una feria con bastante repercusión mediática.

DNA stand

Natalia's job was to blow up a pair of pig's lungs

Customized skeleton

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THANKS!

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See you next year!