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  • 1. Web QuestSilvia Arévalo Puerto.Verónica Puerto Arévalo.Task 1: •Memphis -Tennnessee •Santa Fe – Nuevo México •Washington, D.C - Capital de los Estados Unidos. •Flagstaff - Arizona •Los Angeles - California •New York City – Nueva York •Oklahoma - Oklahoma •Lexington -Kentucky
  • 2. Task 2: •It has the only coliseum, which has hosted two Olympic Games. Los Ángeles •Its the place where the king of rock and roll lived and died. Memphis •Here you can get off the subway at Little Italy, China Town and Harlem. New York •One of the worlds natural wonders is waiting for you. Flagstaff •The place to learn about native Pueblo Indians. Santa Fe •There is a museum, which shows you the history of the country. Washington •This is where the Land Run took place. Hoklahoma •Here is the most popular horse race track in America. LexingtonTask 4:Franklin D. Roosevelt 4Thomas Jefferson 2Barack Obama 9George Washington 1George W. Bush 7Willian J. ClintonRonald Reagan 6John F. Kennedy 5Abraham Linconln 3Task 5:New Mexico: is a state located in the southwest andwestern regions of the United States. New Mexico is alsopart of the Mountain States. With a population density of 16per square mile, New Mexico is the sixth-most sparselyinhabited U.S. state.The states total area is 121,412 squaremiles (314,460 km2)According the 2000 U.S. Census,
  • 3. 28.76% of the population aged 5 and older speak Spanish athome, while 4.07% speak Navajo.California: is a state located on the West Coast of theUnited States. Nicknamed "The Golden State," it is themost populous and third-largest state by land area, afterAlaska and Texas. It is home to the nations second- andsixth-largest census statistical areas and eight of the nations50 most populous cities. Its five largest cities are LosAngeles, San Diego, San Jose, San Francisco, andFresno.Californias capital is Sacramento.As of 2005,57.6% of California residents age five and older spokeEnglish as a first language at home, while 28.2% spokeSpanish. In addition to English and Spanish, 2.0% spokeFilipino, 1.6% spoke Chinese (which included Cantonese[0.6%] and Mandarin [0.4%]), 1.4% spoke Vietnamese, and1.1% spoke Korean as their mother tongue. In total, 42.4%of the population spoke languages other thanEnglish.California hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics atSquaw Valley Ski Resort, the 1932 and 1984 SummerOlympics in Los Angeles, as well as the 1994 FIFA WorldCup.Arizona: is a state of the United States of America locatedin the southwestern region of the United States. The capitaland largest city is Phoenix. The second largest city isTucson, followed in size by the eight Phoenix metropolitanarea cities of Mesa, Glendale, Chandler, Scottsdale, Gilbert,Tempe, Peoria, Surprise and then by Yuma in YumaCounty.Arizona is the 48th state and last of the contiguous statesadmitted to the Union, achieving statehood on February 14,1912 - the 50th anniversary of Arizonas recognition as a
  • 4. territory of the Confederate States of America.Arizona isnoted for its desert climate, exceptionally hot summers, andmild winters, however it also features pine forests andmountain ranges in the northern high country, with coolerweather than in the lower deserts.As of the year 2000, the RCMS reported that there wasthree largest denominational groups in Arizona: Catholic,Mainline Protestand and Evagenlical ProtestantPublic universities in Arizona •Arizona State University, (Sun Devils) Tempe/Phoenix/ Mesa •Northern Arizona University, (Lumberjacks) Flagstaff/Yuma •University of Arizona, (Wildcats) Tucson/Sierra Vista and UA Agricultural Center in YumaPrivate colleges and universities in Arizona •American Indian •Midwestern University College •Northcentral University •Apollo College •Ottawa University •Art Center College of •University of Phoenix Design •Thunderbird School of •Art Institute of Tucson Global Management •Art Institute of Phoenix •Prescott College •A.T. Still University •Southwest College of •Brown Mackie College Naturopathic Medicine •Collins College •Southwestern College •Embry-Riddle • Aeronautical University University of Advancing • •Grand Canyon Technology
  • 5. University •Western Governors •International Baptist University College •Western International •Lamson College UniversityNew York: is a state in the Northeastern region of theUnited States. It is the nations third most populous state.New York is bordered by New Jersey and Pennsylvania tothe south, and by Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermontto the east. New York City, with a population of over8,000,000 people, is the most populous city in the UnitedStates. It is known for its status as a financial, cultural,transportation, and manufacturing center, and for its historyas a gateway for immigration to the United States.According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, it is also adestination of choice for many foreign visitors. Both stateand city were named for the 17th century Duke of York,James Stuart, future James II and VII of England andScotland.Oklahoma: is a state located in the South Central region ofthe United States of America. With an estimated 3,751,351residents as of the 2010 census and a land area of 68,667square miles (177,847 km²),Oklahoma is the 28th mostpopulous and 20th-largest state.Oklahoma is located in atemperate region and experiences occasional extremes oftemperature and precipitation typical in a continentalclimate. Oklahoma supports popular sports, with teams inbasketball, football, arena football, baseball, soccer, hockeyand wrestling located in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Enid,Norman, and Lawton.
  • 6. Tennessee: is a U.S. state located in the SoutheasternUnited States. It has a population of 6,214,888, making itthe nations 17th-largest state by population, and covers42,169 square miles (109,220 km2), making it the 36th-largest by total land area.Tennessee is bordered byKentucky and Virginia to the north, North Carolina to theeast, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to the south, andArkansas and Missouri to the west. Most of the state has ahumid subtropical climate, with the exception of some ofthe higher elevations in the Appalachians, which areclassified as having a mountain temperate climate or ahumid continental climate due to cooler temperatures.Thereligious affiliations of the people of Tennessee are:Christian: 82%Baptist: 39%Methodist: 10%Church of Christ: 6%Roman Catholic: 6%Presbyterian: 3%Church of God: 2%Lutheran: 2%Pentecostal: 2%Other Christian (includes unspecified "Christian" and"Protestant"): 12% Islam: 1%Other religions: 2% Non-religious: 9%Kentucky:is a state located in the East Central UnitedStates of America. As classified by the United StatesCensus Bureau, Kentucky is a Southern state. Kentucky isone of four U.S. states constituted as a commonwealth (the
  • 7. others being Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts).Originally a part of Virginia, in 1792 it became the 15thstate to join the Union. Kentucky is the 37th largest state interms of total area, the 36th largest in land area, and ranks26th in population.Located within the southeastern interiorportion of North America, Kentucky has a climate that canbest be described as a humid subtropical climate (KoppenCfa). Monthly average temperatures in Kentucky rangefrom a summer daytime high of 87°F (31°C) to a winterlow of 23°F (−5°C). The average precipitation is 46 inches(1,200 mm) a year.Task 6:Daniel Boone was an explorer of Kentucky. True.Daniel Boone was born in Kentucky. False.His first job was as a hunter. False.John Finley was one of his great friends. True.He was an explorer and never got married. False.At Harrodsburg, he built his house. True.The furthest point he explored was West Virginia. False.He moved to Missouri for the last years of his life. True.Task 7:Elvis Presley - Ámame tiernamenteÁmame tiernamente,Ámame dulcemente,Nunca me dejes irHas completado mi vidaY te amo tanto
  • 8. Ámame tiernamente,Ámame fielmenteCumple todos mis sueñosPorque querida mía te amo,Y siempre lo haréÁmame tiernamente,Ámame por mucho tiempo,Llévame a tu corazónPorque es ahí donde pertenezcoY nunca nos separaremosÁmame tiernamenteÁmame queridaDime que eres míaYo seré tuyo a través de los añosHasta el fin de los días(Cuando por fin mis sueños se realicenQuerida esto séQue la Felicidad te seguirá Por donde tú vayas) TASK 8:
  • 9. During the XIXth century many Indian tribes were...Oklahoma City.No Indian tribe lived in a piece of land called... UnassignedLands.By 1889 pioneers... began slipping over into this areawithout authorization.The date of the Land Run was... On March 2, 188950,000 people... gathered at the boundaries.The Land Run began when...a provisional government wasselected, and electionswere held on May 1 to selectpermanent officialsOklahoma City was originally called... Packing Town.By 1900... the population had doubled.TASK 9:
  • 10. Group A Group B Group C •San Miguel 1 •The oldest settlement in town •Street 6 •Agua Fria 5 3 •Historic site 4 •Sena Plaza 3 •An old large hacienda 6 •Indian tribe 2 •Taos Pueblo 4 •An outstanding modernist •Main road 5 •Analco 6 artist 7 •District Chapel 1 •Camino Lejo 2 •It house important museum •Museum 2 •Georgia Okeeffe 7 2 •One of the Native American communities in NM 4 •The oldest church in town 1 •Where the Chapel of Guadalupe is 5TASK 10:
  • 11. TASK 11: •Fired Apples: Dessert manzanas horneadas.Is part of the breakfast. •Grilled Pork Chop: Meat carnede cerdo a la plancha. Is part of regular menu. •Half pound bacon cheeseburger platter: Meat libra de tocino con queso. Is part of regular menu. •Tossed salad: Vegetables ensalada mixta. Is part of dinner. •Chocolate cobblers: Chocolate cobblers(is a type of chocolate). Is part of regular menu. •Uncle Herschels favorite: Plato combinado. Is part of the breakfast. •Maple pancakes: Tortitas con miel. Is part of the breakfast. •Homemade beef stew ncorn bread. Estofado de carne. Is part of regular menu.TASK 12:History
  • 12. The first high school student-based organization charteredin Sacramento High School in California, in May of 1925.The concept of instilling an organized, separate entityseparate from the school itself came from Albert Olney, andFrank Vincent. They were school administrators andKiwanis Club members who were looking to form a juniorservice club in the school. This organization later becameknown as Key Club. Key Club now stands today as thelargest student-based organization in the world, though notthe largest high school organization in the world.Why students join these clubs:Students join clubs for various reasons, leading to a diversepool to choose from in most schools. Most active clubmembers generally consist of freshman and sophomores,looking to find their respective niche in school dynamics.Student-based high school organizations offer teenagers aspecial element in that every person within the club share acommon desire, ability, and/or personality. This type ofconnection leads to the existence of clubs in the vastmajority of high schools.Types of clubs:There are four main club categories: fundraising,community service, career interest, and interpersonaldynamics. Many clubs offer a combination of each element.FundraisingMany people polarize toward fundraising for a major
  • 13. organization or movement. Fundraising appeals to peopleas high school students make a direct impact oninternational affairs, such as funding cancer research orenvironmental preservation.Community serviceMany schools require that students perform a certaincommunity service quota. To obtain such a threshold, manypeople turn to community service organizations such asKey club, Interact, Lions Club, Red Cross, and local clubs.In doing so, many teenagers experience more camaraderiewhile performing community service. Other individuals justenjoy helping the local community around them.Career interestMany teenagers join clubs that revolve around their careerinterest. Many clubs, such as Junior State of America andFuture Scientist and Engineers of America focus on specificcareer fields and help students understand them better.Many competitions, awards, and conventions are held togive club members advantages in these fields by exposingthem to new opportunities. In addition, members of careerinterest clubs network with other students who will entersimilar fields.Interpersonal dynamicsMany teenagers join clubs that offer no academic,organizational, or community benefit. These clubs tend tofocus around culture, social dynamics, and self-interest.These clubs look to satisfy the needs and demands of
  • 14. teenagers in each school, based on environment, tradition,and culture. EVALUATION1) ROUND UP WITH A CIRCLE THE ODD ONE OUT. Memphis - Toronto - Lexington - Santa Fe Arizona - California - New York - Ontario White House - Statue of Liberty - the Capitol - Lincoln Memorial motel - road atlas - visitors centre - library Kennedy - Lincoln - Spears - Washington Pineapple juice - beef stew - pork chop - cheeseburger2) WHAT CATEGORY DOES EACH ONE OF THE ABOVE SETSOF WORDS BELONG TO?States:Arizona, California, New York,Food: Beef stew, pork chop, cheeseburgerMonuments: Statue of Liberty, The capitol, Lincoln Memorial, White HouseCities: Toronto, Lexington, Santa Fe, OntarioTourism:motel, road atlas, visitor s centrePresidents: Kennedy, Lincoln, Washington.3) ARE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES TRUE (T) OR FALSE(F)? Long Beach is the capital city of Arizona. F Los Angeles has hosted two Olympic Games. F Ellis Island is one of the attractions for New York visitors. T The Lincoln Memorial is in Lexington. F Daniel Boone was the second President of the United States. F
  • 15. Graceland was Elvis Presleys residence. TFlagstaff is one of the nearest towns to the Grand Canyon. FThe Land Run took place in Santa Fe at the end of the XIXth century. F4) WRITE A TICK (√) AFTER THE SENTENCES THAT AREGRAMMATICALLY CORRECT.Where is the Statue of Liberty? √Washington D.C. is one place of the most popular in the USA.Where Daniel Boone borned?Horseracing is one the biggest attractions in Lexington. √Elvis Presley singed and recorded many songs. √Oklahoma City is surrounded by rolling hills and prairies. √Pueblos is the name given to the Indian communities in New Mexico. √