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From postal correspondence courses to radio broadcasts and eventually e-learning, distance education has witnessed a varied and intriguing history. Check out this infographic for a snapshot of how things have evolved.
Exercise 2 :
1.Look the picture
2.Summarize the information in the image
3.Find out about which country is the news. Why do tou think is this one?
4. Give your opinion about this topic
Use moodle to answer it. Good Luck ¡¡
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Of all the places you think were discovered by Europeans, how many were actually discovered by Europeans?
Read the new :
1. What was the first country in discover another place ? and the last one ?
2. What decade were the discoveries in ?
3. Why does the author of the new write "discovered" ?
4. What kind ( geographical characteristics ) of territories are the mostly of the discoveries ?
5. Give your personal opinion about text
Answer it on the Moodle plattform. Good Luck ¡¡
This map shows cultural diffusion and highlights the reasons why Americans should not be geographically illiterate. America was a country discovered by foreign nations, not Americans. It is important to remember this.
This mpa depicts the European discoveries that have transpired throughout the years and where they have been invented in Europe. Many of them have been created in regions near Portugal and the Spain/Austria Hungry regions. This shows you the percentage and the amount of people it has affected in each region.
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Exercise 3 :
1. Watch video
2. Find out information about two characters
3. Where did they live ? When ?
4. What are the most important things that they did?
5. Does video reflect their acts ?
6. Give your personal opinion about one of them ( 4 sentences approximately )
Answer by Moodle. Good Luck ¡¡