lunes, 21 de junio de 2010

1. Why was the Council of Trent summoned? Because the church want to fight against the protestant ___________________________


2. Identify three conclusions reached at this Council.

(a) _______new ways of spreading catholicism were created_ they spread the catholicism and formed new orders, and they give class of cathequesis ____________________________________________________________

(b) new religius orders was created_____________by Jonh Calvin and Henry VIII____________________________________________________

(c) __the clergy built seminarios__ for teach the new clergys and catholicism________________________________________________________________

3. Name five countries in Europe where the Counter-Reformation was successful and one country

where it was not.

(a) Successful in: spain, French, viena croacia and hungri, romania, italy, Bulgary. ___ and nos successful in german _______

jueves, 10 de junio de 2010



1-gap: because it's between two hills
2-wet-point: becuse there are some water and there's a river near.
3-route centre: because there's a city and there're some water
4-hill foot: because it's at foot's hill and here you can built.
5-dry point: because is higher zone and there aren't any water

jueves, 6 de mayo de 2010


1. What is the population of the world when you opened this web page?
There are more than 6 billion human beings on Earth

2. How many people were on the earth when you were born and what percentage has the population increased by since then?
5665524000 people there were in the world when I was born and it has increased in 22%

3. What is the predicted population in 120 years time?

every second five persons are born and 2 persons die, at this rate, the world population in 120 years time will be of 48 billion. however the United Nations estimate that we will only be 12 billion in 120 years.

4. How many babies come to life everyday?
400000 babies come to life everyday

How many children in your lifetime?

5. How many babies is it possible for a woman to have in her lifetime?

A woman can to have 24 babies in her lifetime

6. If a woman became sterile at 45, how many babies is it possible for her to have?

when she can to have 20 babies in her lifetime but women do not become sterile at the same age. Most women could potentially have 15 babies.

7. What are the main reasons why women do not have this many children?

  • marriage, which delays the first birht

  • breastfeeding, nature's way to delay the next birth

  • birth control

  • women don't bear children until they are married or living with a partner.

    8. Enter on the web page the best age for a woman to get married. How many does this reduce the fertility potential (the number of babies you can have) by?

Globally women get married on average at age 21. This reduces their fertility potential from 15 to 11 births

9. What is the average age of marriage in the regions listed below?
North America
Latin America
10. Enter on the web page the number of months you think a woman should breastfeed for. How much does the birth potential reduce by?

Globally women breastfeed each baby for an average of 15 months. This reduces their birth potential from 11 to 7.

11. How many months, on average, do women from each of the regions below breastfeed?
North America
Latin America
How many children in your lifetime?
12. Enter on the web page the number of children you want. If you do not use birth control, how many children could you have?
13. For each of the birth control methods shown below, write down their efficiency rate.
Efficiency rate
Have no sex 100%
Withdrawal 60%
Condoms 90%
Pill 99%
IUD 99%
Sterilization 100%
14. What is the most common form of birth control worldwide?

the conndon

jueves, 29 de abril de 2010

the spread's potatoe

What do you think about this spread?

it was a important spread, this food hunger removed in many countries and cities. the europeans carry out the potato to america and the portugueses carry out it to India. the first country cultivated this crop was ireland. the potato expansion was due to invasions.

the regions most densely populated are in the northern hemisphere, where more than 90% of the world's population lives, the people also prefere the temperate zone, especially between 20º and 50º latitude north.In every countries, urban areas are usually much more densely populated than rural areas, because in the cities there are a lot of work and more social life.The people prefere the warm climate because of that there are more people in teh coast zones.

WHICH ARE THE MOST DENSELY POPULATED COUNTRIES? Is all territory densely populated.
the mos densely populated countries are China and India with a population about 2,500 million people, almos 40% of the world's population.In India the cities most densely populated are Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Myderabad, these are the zones warmest of the India, and the mostly of the cities are coast zones.
in china the most densely populated zones are Shangahai, Wuhart, Hong kong, Zaozhuang, Chongging, Chengdu, these cities are also in the coast zones