Today in social sciendes we have continued seen the power point about Democratic Sexenio, today we have seen Provisional government, then Paqui has explained some thing about the project for the people who will do a comic, they have to do it in a cardboar, after Rebeca asked about the minimum number of frames, and Paqui told her that there weren´t a minimum of frames but of pages.
After Yolanda Abad has entered in the class saying that there were a lot of childrens outside, because today was the day in wich the future students of the high school visit it to see how is it.
Then Paqui has started to explain The Provisional Goverment, which was formed by part of the recolucionaries.
After it Paqui told us that in this date we had the peseta and 1 peseta was the same as 4 reales, 1 real was 25 cents.
Then Paqui told us that the new goberment made a constitution (1869) very common to the one we have now in Spain, because it was one of the newer constitutions in Europe because it has a lot of common things as we have now.
The new goberment put a regent, general Serrano.
As in the constitution that Spain has it was freedom of Assembly and association, Marxists and Anarchist send people yo talk about this ideas, then Paqui has told us that Anarchism had more followers because Marxism was more complicated to understand and it adapted better to the Spanish characteristics.
After this we have copied an scheme about Provisional Goverment, after it Paqui told us that many mines were bought by private companies, and some of them wanted to create football teams and the created the Athletic Club of Bilbao and the Recreativo de Huelva, this are examples created by british miners.
Then we have studied Amadeus I´s monarchy, and we see satirical cartoons in the power point, and Paqui told us that he was the king because he didn´t bother with any country.
After this Paqui give us for homework from page 41 the exercise 16.
Some word we didin´t understand were:
Public exams: Oposiciones.
Civil Servant: Funcionario.
Trial by jury: Juicios con Jurados.
Freedom of assembly and association: Derecho de reunión y asociación.
To Deceive: Decepcionar.
To be Deceived: Sentirse decepcionado.
To Bother: Molestar.
In the image you can see General Serrano.