OBJETIVODesarrollar en el estudiante habilidadesque le permitan tener acceso amúltiples saberes aplicables en elcampo de la productividad.
COMPETENCIASTrabajo en equipoComunicaciónIntelectual
Republic in South America, situated in the northwestern part of the continent, and bounded on the north by Panama and theCaribbean Sea, on the east by Venezuela and Brazil, on the south by Peru and Ecuador, and on the west by the PacificOcean. The total land area of the country is 1,141,748 sq km (440,831 sq mi). Capital Bogotá Flag Colombia’s flag was adopted in 1861. Yellow represents the land, blue represents the ocean, and red represents the blood spilled by patriots .Languages Chief Economic Products AgricultureOfficial Language MiningSpanish ManufacturingOther Languages Major ExportsNative American languages Coffee, agricultural products (especially bananas, flowers, and cotton), petroleum, coal, gold, emeralds, chemicals,Currency textiles Colombian peso
Republic in South America, bounded on the north by the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, on the east by Guyana,on the south by Brazil, and on the southwest and west by Colombia. The total area of Venezuela is 912,050 sq km(352,144 sq mi).Capital CaracasFlag Yellow represents the land, blue represents the ocean, and red represents the blood of patriots. The seven stars represent the seven Venezuelan provinces liberated from Spain in 1811.Languages Chief Economic Products Official Language Spanish Agriculture Other Languages Mining Native American Manufacturing languages Major ExportsCurrency Mineral products (especially petroleum, aluminum, iron ore, Bolívar and natural gas), petrochemicals, agricultural products, basic manufactures
Federal republic in southern South America, bounded on the north by Bolivia and Paraguay; on the east by Brazil, Uruguay,and the Atlantic Ocean; on the south by the Atlantic Ocean and Chile; and on the west by Chile. The area of Argentina is2,780,400 sq km (1,073,518 sq mi) Capital Buenos Aires Flag The emblem in the center of the Argentine flag is called the Sun of May. It represents the sun that shone on the first demonstrations against Spanish rule in May 1810. Blue and white were the colors of the demonstrators. Chief Economic Products Languages Official Language Agriculture Spanish Fishing Other Languages Mining Italian, Native American Manufacturing languages Major Exports Meat, wheat, maize, oilseed, hides, Currency wool Nuevo peso argentino
One of the world’s largest and most populous countries. It is the largest country in South America, occupying almost halfof the continent and extending from north of the equator to south of the Tropic of Capricorn. Its largest city is SãoPaulo.The area of Brazil is 8,547,404 sq km (3,300,171 sq mi) Capital Brasília Flag Brazil’s flag was introduced after the country’s independence in 1822. In 1889 the royal arms were replaced with an emblem of night sky in Rio de Janeiro on the night Brazil became a republic. The emblem also includes the national motto, Ordem e Progresso (Order and Progress). Chief Economic Products Languages Official Language Agriculture Portuguese Fishing Other Languages Mining Native American languages, Manufacturing German, Japanese, Italian Major Exports Currency Road vehicles and parts, coffee and Real coffee substitutes, metals, feeding-stuff for animals
Republic in southwestern South America, bounded on the north by Peru, on the east by Bolivia and Argentina, and onthe south and west by the Pacific Ocean. The country has a total area of 756,626 sq km (292,135 sq mi).Capital SantiagoFlag The Chilean flag was adopted in 1818. The blue stands for the sky, the white for the snow of the Andes, and the red for bravery and the blood of heroes. The white star symbolizes honor and progress. Chief Economic Products Languages Official Language Agriculture Spanish Fishing Other Languages Mining Araucanian, other Manufacturing Native American languages Major Exports Copper, fishmeal, fruits and Currency vegetables, paper and paper products, chemical products Chilean peso
Federal republic on the continent of North America, consisting of 48 contiguous states and the noncontiguous states of Alaskaand Hawaii. The conterminous 48 states are bounded on the north by Canada, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, on the southby the Gulf of Mexico and Mexico, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean.The total land area of the country is 9,158,918 sq km (3,536,278 sq mi). Capital Washington, D.C. Flag The flag represents the 13 original states with 13 alternating red and white stripes and 13 stars on a blue field. The Congress assigned symbolic meanings to the colors: “White signifies Purity and Innocence; Red, Hardiness and Valor; and Blue, Vigilance, Perseverance, and Justice.” The design was not standardized until 1912, and many variations of the flag were common during the 19th century. The current flag dates from 1960, when a 50th star was added for Hawaii, the 50th state. Chief Economic Products Languages Agriculture Official Language Fishing None; English is predominant Mining Other Languages Manufacturing Spanish, many other minority languages Major Exports Currency Machinery, transportation equipment, electric and electronic equipment, chemicals, precision instruments, United States dollar agricultural products, primary metal products
Federated country in North America, made up of ten provinces and two (soon to be three) territories.The area of Canada is 9,970,610 sq km (3,848,674 sq mi)Capital OttawaFlag The maple leaf is a national symbol of Canada. The red commemorates the blood shed by Canadians during World War I (1914-1918), and the white represents snow. The flag first flew in 1965.Languages Chief Economic Products Official Languages Agriculture English, French Forestry FishingCurrency Major Exports Automobiles, trucks, motor vehicle parts, mineral fuels, machinery, Canadian dollar wood products, paper, electrical equipment, wood pulp, aluminum products, cereals.
. Federal republic in North America Mexico is bordered by the United States on the north, the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea on the east, and Guatemala and Belize on the south.Mexico covers an area of 1,964,382 sq km (758,452 sq mi).Capital Mexico CityFlag The current Mexican flag was adopted in 1968, but it is Chief Economic Products essentially the same tricolor first introduced in 1821. The coat of arms, which was added in 1823, depicts an eagle eating a Agriculture snake atop a cactus on an island in the middle of a lake. It Fishing relates to an Aztec legend and to the site of Mexico City, Mining which was built on the dry bed of Lake Texcoco. Manufacturing Languages Major Exports Official Language Crude petroleum, petroleum Spanish products, coffee, silver, Other Languages internal combustion engines, Native American languages motor vehicles, cotton, "Mexico," consumer electronics Currency Nuevo peso
Republic in northwestern South America, bounded by Colombia on the north, by Peru on the east and south, and by thePacific Ocean on the west. The country also includes the Galápagos Islands (Archipiélago de Colón) in the Pacific, about965 km (about 600 mi) west of the mainland. Ecuador has an area of 272,045 sq km (105,037 sq mi). Capital Quito Chief Economic Products Agriculture Flag It is derived from the colors flown by freedom fighters when Forestry and Fishing Spain ruled South America. Yellow represents the land, blue Mining represents the ocean, and red represents the blood spilled by patriots. Manufacturing Energy Languages Spanish Major Exports Many rural Native Americans speak Quechua earnings from food products such as shrimp, cacao, and coffee, sales of fuels, principally Currency petroleum. Sucre
Country in west central South America, bounded on the north by Ecuador and Colombia, on the east by Brazil and Bolivia, on thesouth by Chile, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. The area of Peru, including several offshore islands, is 1,280,000 sq km(494,200 sq mi). Capital Lima Chief Economic Products Agriculture Forestry and Fishing Languages Mining Manufacturing Energy Spanish Quechua English Major Exports Aymará petroleum, copper, lead, silver, fish meal, zinc, coffee sugar, and iron ore. Currency Nuevo Sol
Republic in east central South America, second smallest country on the continent, bounded on the north by Brazil, on theeast by Brazil and the Atlantic Ocean, on the south by the Atlantic Ocean and the Río de la Plata, and on the west byArgentina. The area of Uruguay is 176,215 sq km (68,037 sq mi). Capital Montevideo Chief Economic Products Agriculture Forestry and Fishing Languages Spanish Mining and Manufacturing Currency Major Exports Textiles and textile products, peso uruguayo meats, fish, rice, and hides
Republic and largest nation in Central America. Called "the land of lakes and volcanoes,"Nicaragua is bounded on the north by Honduras, on the east by the Caribbean Sea, on the south by Costa Rica, and onthe west by the Pacific Ocean. Its area of 129,494 sq km (49,998 sq mi). Capital. Managua Chief Economic Products Agriculture Forestry and fishing Language Manufacturing and mining Energy Spanish is the official language. Many on the east coast speak Miskito or English at home. Major Exports Coffee is the most important Currency export, followed by cotton, sugar, seafood, meat, gold, sesame, and The c ó rd o ba bananas.
Largest island of the West Indies, south of Florida of the United States and east of the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico. Itforms, with various adjacent islands, the republic of Cuba. Cuba commands the two entrances to the Gulf of Mexico—theStraits of Florida and the Yucatán Channel. On the east, Cuba is separated from the island of Hispaniola by the WindwardPassage, a shipping route between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The total area is 114,525 sq km(44,218 sq mi) Capital Chief Economic Products Havana Agriculture Forestry and fishing Language Manufacturing and mining Spanish Energy Currency Major Exports the p e s o Sugar and sugar products, tobacco, nickel and copper ores, foodstuffs, and petroleum products are other important export commodities.
Republic in Central America, bounded on the north and east by the Caribbean Sea, on the south by Nicaragua, on thesouthwest by the Pacific Ocean and El Salvador, and on the west by Guatemala. The total area of Nicaragua is112,492 sq km (43,433 sq mi). Chief Economic Capital Products Tegucigalpa Agriculture Forestry and fishing Manufacturing and mining Lenguage Spanish Major Exports Currency Bananas, coffee, frozen meat, the le m p ira wood and timber, shellfish, silver, lead, and zinc.
Inland republic in South America, bounded on the northwest and north by Bolivia, on the east by Brazil, and on thesouth and southwest by Argentina. The total area of Paraguay is 406,752 sq km (157,048 sq mi).Capital Chief Economic Products Agriculture Asunción Forestry and Fishing MiningLanguage Manufacturing Energy Spanish Guaraní Major ExportsCurrency cotton, soybeans, timber, oilseeds, and meat. the g ua ra ní
Republic in central South America,bounded on the north and east by Brazil, on the southeast by Paraguay, on thesouth by Argentina, and on the west by Chile and Peru. The total area of Bolivia is 1,098,581 sq km (424,164 sq mi). Capital Chief Economic Products La Paz Mining and Manufacture. Language Agriculture, Fishing, Forestry Spanish and two Native South American languages, Quechua and Aymara. Major Exports Currency Petroleum, natural gas, tin, Zinc, silver, gold, lead, and antimony. The bo livia no
Republic in southern Central America, bounded on the north by Nicaragua, on the east by the Caribbean Sea, on thesoutheast by Panama, and on the southwest and west by the Pacific Ocean.The total area of Costa Rica is 51,060 sq km (19,714 sq mi). Chief Economic ProductsCapital San José Agriculture Mining and ManufacturingLanguageSpanish. English is also spoken by many educated peopleand some of the ethnic Jamaicans. Major Exports Coffee, bananas, beef, textiles, and sugar. Currency The colón
Freely associated commonwealth of the United States, composed of one large island and several small islands. PuertoRico is bordered on the north by the Atlantic Ocean, on the east by the Virgin Passage (which separates it from theVirgin Islands), on the south by the Caribbean Sea, and on the west by the Mona Passage (which separates it from theDominican Republic). Capital Chief Economic Products San Juan Agriculture Forestry and Fishing Mining Manufacturing Tourism Language Transportation Energy Spanish Major Exports Currency Sugar,rum, bananas, pineapples, tobacco, chemical products and rice. Dollar
Independent republic of the West Indies, occupying the western third of the island of Hispaniola. Haiti is bounded on thenorth by the Atlantic Ocean, on the east by the Dominican Republic, on the south by the Caribbean Sea, and on thewest by the Windward Passage, which separates it from Cuba. Its area is 27,750 sq km (10,714 sq mi). Capital Chief Economic Products Port-au-Prince Agriculture Forestry and Fishing Mining Manufacturing Transportation Language Energy French, Criollo, Spanish Major Exports Currency Coffee, sugarcane, sisal, fruit the g o urd e cotton, coconuts, and vetiver.