welcome to the third term

INDICADORES DE DESEMPEÑOS

 

PERSONAL

• Demuestra interés, voluntad, autodisciplina y constancia en el mejoramiento de su desempeño escolar, evidenciándolo en la alta calidad de sus producciones escolares.

 

SOCIAL

• Reconoce la importancia del trabajo en equipo para la construcción y desarrollo del proyecto de aula, a través de las actividades planteadas para la ejecución del mismo.

 

COGNITIVO

• Identifico los tipos de fuentes de energía, su transformación y su uso racional.

• Identifico la palanca de maquines simples y operadores mecánicos 

• Hago un correcto uso de herramientas y materiales para la elaboración de modelos y      prototipos

• Reconozco la Importancia del buen estado de los productos tecnológicos (Monsanto)

 

TEMAS

INFORMÁTIC

  • Scratch

TECHNOLOGY

  • Fuentes de energía
  • Tipos de energía
  • Transformación de la energía
  • Uso racional de la energía eléctrica
  • La palanca de máquinas simples y operadores Mecánicos
  • Uso correcto de herramientas y materiales para la elaboración de modelos y prototipos
  • Los insecticidas y plaguicidas
  • Efectos de la nevera y el microondas en los alimentos y la salud
  • Importancia del buen estado de los productos tecnológicos (Monsanto)

energy sources

Energy Sources

 

There are 10 main different sources of energy that are used in the world to generate power. While there are other sources being discovered all the time, none of them has reached the stage where they can be used to provide the power to help modern life go.

 

All of these different sources of energy are used primarily to produce electricity. The world runs on a series of electrical reactions – whether you are talking about the car you are driving or the light you are turning on. All of these different sources of energy add to the store of electrical power that is then sent out to different locations via high powered lines.

 

 

1. Solar Energy

Solar power harvests the energy of the sun through using collector panels to create conditions that can then be turned into a kind of power. Large solar panel fields are often used in desert to gather enough power to charge small substations, and many homes use solar systems to provide for hot water, cooling and supplement their electricity. The issue with solar is that while there is plentiful amounts of sun available, only certain geographical ranges of the world get enough of the direct power of the sun for long enough to generate usable power from this source.

 

2. Wind Energy

Wind power is becoming more and more common. The new innovations that are allowing wind farms to appear are making them a more common sight. By using large turbines to take available wind as the power to turn, the turbine can then turn a generator to produce electricity. While this seemed like an ideal solution to many, the reality of the wind farms is starting to reveal an unforeseen ecological impact that may not make it an ideal choice.

 

3. Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy is the energy that is produced from beneath the earth. It is clean, sustainable and environment friendly. High temperatures are produced continuously inside the earth’s crust by the slow delay of radioactive particles. Hot rocks present below the earth heats up the water that produces steam. The steam is then captured that helps to move turbines. The rotating turbines then power the generators.

 

Geothermal energy can be used by a residential unit or on a large scale by a industrial application. It was used during ancient times for bathing and space heating. The biggest disadvantage with geothermal energy is that it can only be produced at selected sites throughout the world. The largest group of geothermal power plants in the world is located at The Geysers, a geothermal field in California, United States.

 

4. Hydrogen Energy

Hydrogen is available with water(H2O) and is most common element available on earth. Water contains two-thirds of hydrogen and can be found in combination with other elements. Once it is separated, it can be used as a fuel for generating electricity. Hydrogen is a tremendous source of energy and can be used as a source of fuel to power ships, vehicles, homes, industries and rockets. It is completely renewable, can be produced on demand and does not leave any toxic emissions in the atmosphere.

 

5. Tidal Energy

Tidal energy uses rise and fall of tides to convert kinetic energy of incoming and outgoing tides into electrical energy. The generation of energy through tidal power is mostly prevalent in coastal areas. Huge investment and limited availability of sites are few of the drawbacks of tidal energy. When there is increased height of water levels in the ocean, tides are produced which rush back and forth in the ocean. Tidal energy is one of the renewable source of energy and produce large energy even when the tides are at low speed.

  

6. Wave Energy

Wave energy is produced from the waves that are produced in the oceans. Wave energy is renewable, environment friendly and causes no harm to atmosphere. It can be harnessed along coastal regions of many countries and can help a country to reduce its dependance on foreign countries for fuel. Producing wave energy can damage marine ecosystem and can also be a source of disturbance to private and commercial vessels. It is highly dependent on wavelength and can also be a source of visual and noise pollution.

 

7. Hydroelectric Energy

What many people are not aware of is that most of the cities and towns in the world rely on hydropower, and have for the past century. Every time you see a major damn, it is providing hydropower to an electrical station somewhere. The power of the water is used to turn generators to produce the electricity that is then used. The problems faced with hydropower right now have to do with the aging of the dams. Many of them need major restoration work to remain functional and safe, and that costs enormous sums of money. The drain on the world’s drinkable water supply is also causing issues as townships may wind up needing to consume the water that provides them power too.

 

8. Biomass Energy

Biomass energy is produced from organic material and is commonly used throughout the world. Chlorophyll present in plants captures the sun’s energy by converting carbon dioxide from the air and water from the ground into carbohydrates through the process of photosynthesis. When the plants are burned, the water and carbon dioxide is again released back into the atmosphere. Biomass generally include crops, plants, trees, yard clippings, wood chips and animal wastes. Biomass energy is used for heating and cooking in homes and as a fuel in industrial production. This type of energy produces large amount of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

 

9. Nuclear Power

While nuclear power remains a great subject of debate as to how safe it is to use, and whether or not it is really energy efficient when you take into account the waste it produces – the fact is it remains one of the major renewable sources of energy available to the world. The energy is created through a specific nuclear reaction, which is then collected and used to power generators. While almost every country has nuclear generators, there are moratoriums on their use or construction as scientists try to resolve safety and disposal issues for waste.

 

10. Fossil Fuels (Coal, Oil and Natural Gas)

When most people talk about the different sources of energy they list natural gas, coal and oil as the options – these are all considered to be just one source of energy from fossil fuels. Fossil fuels provide the power for most of the world, primarily using coal and oil. Oil is converted into many products, the most used of which is gasoline. Natural gas is starting to become more common, but is used mostly for heating applications although there are more and more natural gas powered vehicles appearing on the streets. The issue with fossil fuels is twofold. To get to the fossil fuel and convert it to use there has to be a heavy destruction and pollution of the environment. The fossil fuel reserves are also limited, expecting to last only another 100 years given are basic rate of consumption.

 

It isn’t easy to determine which of these different sources of energy is best to use. All of them have their good and bad points. While advocates of each power type tout theirs as the best, the truth is that they are all flawed. What needs to happen is a concerted effort to change how we consume energy and to create a balance between which of these sources we draw from.


Mechanical Operators

Mechanical Operators

• Mechanical operators convert force and motion.

• The set of several operators is called the mechanism.

• A machine is a set of several interrelated mechanisms.

• These operators are used to transmit the movement from the place where it is  produced to the piece to be moved.

• They are characterized by presenting elements or solid parts, in order to perform movements by action or effect of a force.

 

WHAT ARE SIMPLE MACHINES?

They are those who do their work in one step. Example: knife, pulley, roller, ax, scissors, machete, hammer, etc.

 

CLASSIFICATION OF SIMPLE MACHINES

• Lever

• Inclined plane

• Cradle

• Wheel

• Crank mechanism

• Pulley

 

Activity

Search in the computers the definitions of each simple machines classification. 

 

Homework

At home search for the definition of lever, first grade lever (examples), second grade lever (examples), third grade lever (examples).

 


final project

Hola a todos, a continuación publico los archivos con las imágenes que cada grupo de los salones de grado quinto deben descargar e imprimir. Recuerden descargar el archivo del grupo que le corresponda en su grado, (5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, 5E, 5F). La metodología será la siguiente:

 

- Te ubicas en el grupo de grado que te corresponde

 

- Busca tu nombre entre los 4 archivos que se cuentan en tu grado.

 

- Fíjate en el número que tienes, ese será la página que te corresponde imprimir. (ojo hay algunos estudiantes que deberán imprimir dos imágenes.)

 

- Al momento de imprimir no cambies nada, simplemente manda la impresión. Pide ayuda de un adulto para este paso

 

- Luego de imprimir no recortes la imagen trae la hoja entra junto con el número que te correspondió.

 

Recuerden que desde el lunes 8 de mayo se empezaran a hacer los trabajos de proyecto de aula, porfa no faltes, es de vital importancia que traigas tu imagen. Cuídate y bendiciones. 

 


video tutorial


GRADE 5A - UNITED STATES

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1 - AGUIRRE PATIÑO JOSE FERNANDO

2 -ARANGO GRANADA JUAN ESTEBAN

3 -ARIAS CHAUZA JHON ERICK

4 -ARRECHEA CARDENAS SANTIAGO 

5 -AVILA REVELO GABRIELA 

6 -BETANCURT PEREZ MANUEL JOSE



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1- CAMACHO CABRERA SAMUEL ALEJANDRO

 2- CAMACHO SIMMONDS JUAN FELIPE

 3- CASTILLO CASTAÑO MARIANNE 

 4- DAZA SARRIA SARAH ISABELLA

 5- GIL LUNA SANTIAGO 

 6-GUTIERREZ HOLGUIN JUAN MANUEL



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grupo 3.pdf
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1-  JIMENEZ ADARVE SAMUEL 

2-  MARIN TORRES MARIANA 

3-  ÑAÑEZ SERNA BRIAN 

4- PACHECO RABELLY SOPHIA 

5- PATIÑO OROZCO MARIA FERNANDA

6- PEREZ OSPINA ANDRES



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grupo 4.pdf
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 1- POSSO BEDOYA ISABELLA 

 2- RENGIFO HOYOS ANDRES DAVID

 3- RODRIGUEZ BEJARANO AARON 

 4- RODRIGUEZ TROCHEZ SARA 

 5- SOLANO MARTINEZ JUAN DAVID

 6- SUESCUM PEREA ALVARO JOSE

 7- 8-TORRES MOSQUERA JUAN DAVID



GRADE 5B - NEW ZEALAND

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1- AGUILAR RAMIREZ JUAN JOSE

2- ALVAREZ CASTRO TANIA 

3- BERMEO GUERRERO ISABEL SOFIA

4- CADAVID ECHEVERRI SOFIA 

5- CARMONA PERLAZA MARIANA 

6- CARVAJAL OTALVARO KEEGAN ANDRES



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grupo 2.pdf
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1- COBO URAN JOHAN SEBASTIAN

2- CORREA DUQUE DAVID 

3- GARCIA ARIAS SAMUEL 

4- GONZALEZ ALARCON SARA 

5- GUZMAN ENCISO JOSHUA ALEJANDRO

6- HERNANDEZ CONTRERAS JUAN CAMILO



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grupo 3.pdf
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1- HOYOS NIETO NATHALIA 

2- HURTADO RESTREPO VALERIE 

3- LOPEZ URIBE SANTIAGO 

4- MARCOS FLOREZ THOMAS 

5- MARTINEZ ZAPATA JUAN JOSE

6- MUÑOZ AYALA JUAN CAMILO



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grupo 4.pdf
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1- MURIEL RESTREPO SEBASTIAN 

2- RAMIREZ RAMOS JUAN SEBASTIAN

3- REYES PINEDA ALEJANDRO 

4- RODRIGUEZ ISSA LAURA SOFIA

5- TORRES GOMEZ SEBASTIAN 

6- VARON MONTENEGRO ADOLFO 

7-8 ZULUAGA GUERRERO STEVEN 



GRADE 5C - CANADA

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1- CALLE BENITEZ JUAN ESTEBAN

2- CRUZ CASTAÑO JUAN GILBERTO

3- DORADO MUÑOZ PABLO 

4- HENAO CIFUENTES MANUELA 

5- HOYOS TORRES JUAN DAVID

6- LOZANO DIAZ JUAN SEBASTIAN

 



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1- MARCO ANDRADE ALEJANDRO 

2- MARTINEZ RENDON DANIEL FELIPE

3- MEJIA OCHOA KEILY JOHANNA

4- MESA RAMIREZ VALENTINA 

5- MUÑOZ ARBOLEDA GABRIEL 

6- NARVAEZ LOAIZA JUAN PABLO

 



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grupo 3.pdf
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1- PEREZ POMAR JUAN DAVID

2- PORTILLA CAMILA ALEJANDRA

3- PRADO LIEVANO MARTIN 

4- QUINTERO FERRO ISABELLA 

5- RODRIGUEZ LEGARDA JUAN SEBASTIAN

6- RUDA RIOS JUAN ESTEBAN



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grupo 4.pdf
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1- TORO TOVAR JUAN SEBASTIAN

2- VALENCIA PRIETO JUAN DIEGO

3- VANEGAS DAZA MIGUEL ANGEL

4- VILLALBA MENDEZ JUAN CAMILO

5-6 YEPES SANCHEZ SAMUEL 



GRADE 5D - ENGLAND

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1. ASTAIZA OSUNA JOSE MATIAS

2. CARRILLO SANTIAGO JUAN SEBASTIAN

3. CONDE RAMOS SAMUEL 

4. DOMINGUEZ CASTRO ESTEBAN 

5. DUQUE PEREIRA NICOLE 

6. FLORIO OSPINA GIOVANNI 

 



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1. GALINDO GOMEZ SANTIAGO 

2. GALLEGO SOTO SAMUEL 

3. GONZALEZ CARVAJAL JUAN PABLO

4. HERNANDEZ MORENO GABRIELA 

5. HORTUA CUELLO KAREN DANIELA

6. IBARRA CABANA DANNA 

 



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1. LOPEZ SANCHEZ MARIA DEL MAR

2. LOZADA FRANCO JOSE DAVID

3. MEDINA MUÑOZ ANA VICTORIA

4. MELO HERRERA SANTIAGO 

5. MERIZALDE PASTRANA JUAN MARTIN

6. MONTES GARCIA ALEJANDRO 

7. REYES CASTRO ISABELLA 

8. RIVAS CASTILLO JUAN PABLO

 



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1. ROJAS LEMMEL SEBASTIAN 

2. ROMERO ACOSTA SOFIA 

3. SAA LOPEZ SARA ISABEL

4. SEPULVEDA QUINTERO JUAN FELIPE

5. SOLARTE MORALES JUAN SEBASTIAN

6. VELASCO MARTINEZ SAMUEL 

7-8. VILLADA BERNAL ALEJANDRA 

 



GRADE 5E - Jamaica

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1. ARBELAEZ GONZALEZ NICOLAS 

2. AYALA NUÑEZ ALEJANDRO 

3. BOHORQUEZ LASSO VALERIA 

4. CHACON RAMIREZ LINNA SOFIA

5. ENCIZO TRUJILLO JUAN CAMILO

6. GARZON BENAVIDES JUAN DIEGO

 



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1. GIRALDO GUTIERREZ MARIA PAULA

2. GIRALDO MARTINEZ NICOLLE 

3. GOMEZ FERNANDEZ ANDRES FELIPE

4. HERREÑO ERAZO JOSE DAVID

5. LOZADA TOLEDO SANTIAGO 

6. MIRAMA CHAPAL SOFIA 

 



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1. MOLINA ROMERO SEBASTIAN 

2. PAZ BASTIDAS FRANCISCO JOSE

3. POLANCO MOSQUERA MARIA JOSE

4. PORTILLA APONZA JOHNNY 

5. PORTILLO MOLINA DANIEL FELIPE

6. PULIDO DURAN SANTIAGO 

 



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1. RAMIREZ AGUIRRE SANTIAGO 

2. RAMIREZ VILLEGAS KEVIN STEEVEN

3. RODRIGUEZ SAPENE EMILIANA 

4. SERRATO RENDON NICOLAS 

5. TORRES YELA ESTEBAN 

6. TOVAR RODRIGUEZ JUAN DANIEL

 



GRADE 5F

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1. ARANA RIOS KAROL SOFIA

2. CABEZAS MELAN LAURA SOFIA

3. CABRERA BECERRA TOMAS 

4. CABRERA TAMAYO JUAN ESTEBAN

5. CASANOVA ERAZO JOHAN ALEXANDER

6. CASTRO HENAO SARA SOFIA

 



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1. DIAZ YELA JUAN CAMILO

2. ESQUIVEL VEGA JUAN DIEGO

3. FORERO MARTINEZ JUAN ESTEBAN

4. GARCIA ARANGO JEAN PAUL

5. GOMEZ OSPINA ANA SOFIA

6. LIZARAZO TREJOS SANTIAGO .

 



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1. MORA VILLEGAS ALEJANDRO 

2. MORI RODRIGUEZ JUAN ESTEBAN

3. MUTIS BASTIDAS JUAN JOSE

4. PALACIOS BANGUERO JAER ANDRES

5. PEREZ TRIANA JUAN JOSE

6. RENTERIA RODRIGUEZ NATHALIE 

 



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1. ROJAS CARDENAS LAURA 

2. RUBIANO ROSAS JUAN SEBASTIAN

3. SAA CUESTA JUAN ESTEBAN

4. SANCHEZ GALINDO PAULA 

5. SIERRA BUITRAGO SANTIAGO 

6. TORO ROMERO JUAN JOSE

7-8. ZAPATA DIAZ CARLOS MAURICIO