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Authoritarian monarchy

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authoritarian monarchy:
manarcas supported the following elements:
- The domain of a large unified territory.
- The subjection of the feudal nobility.
- Creation of a standing army and a justice imdependiente given by judges.
-collection of taxes
- Creation of an administration
- Creation of diplomacy that is the establishment of relations with other countries to solve problems without arms reach.
q told the first countries with authoritarian monarqia portugal england were France and Spain.

Compare traditional & modern industry"

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The characteristics of modern industry

The new industrial model

It is based on:-new technologies and industries.-A focus on each consumer´s preferences.-A flexible,automated and highly specialised system of production.-The participation of emering countries in industrial development.

The key role of research

-New materials.This is vital in both raditional industries and in cutting-edge industries.-Nanotechnology.Using this technology,tiny electronic devices and much faster compuetrs have beee built.

The decentralisation of production

-A company locates the different phases of production in different countries.-A company subcontarcats a particular activity, such as marketing.-A company makes cooperation agreements with other companies.

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Concept of education

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ANCIEN REGIME:was asocial and political system and had an absolute monarchy,it had an old demographic regime it was a stratified society and was an economic agrarian subsitence.The religion had a great influence.

LOUIS XIV:was the king of France.He belonged to the Bourbon family, he supported the absolute monarchy and he concentrated the legislative power,executive power and judicial power.

ENLIGHTENMENT:was an intelectual movement strtes spontaneously in France in the 18th cent. It defended some basic ideas such as the trust in reason,faith in progress,trust in education,nature as reference to what was good or evil,and criticism of the Ancien Regime,that is the separation of powers.It spread by means of salons,the media at that time and the

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Figures of speech

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Simile -> It Is a comparison between two different Things using the Word “Like or As” To do the comparison. Ex: Your tears are like an ocean.

Metaphor-> It Is an implicit,implied comparison between two things which creates a total Identification. In other words a resemblance of two contradictory or made base On a single or some common characteristics. He drowned in a sea of grief.

Metonymy -> it is figure of speech that replaces the name of a thing with the Name of something else, with which it is closely associated. Ex: Grey hair with Old age, Crown which means power or authority

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Distance from departure to destination 95 nm

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The narrative verbal icon /2

A map to the journey in narratives

A brief overview of the history of narration

  • phase 1: Mythic narration = „histories” of the world. Very ancient stories, which are signs of the thinking man. They are a kind of documentation about how people think. This was the narrative of fictitious cultures. The heroes were divine beings, outstanding humans who were able to do things which others are unable to.
  • phase 2: High Mimetic narration = immitating a culture which is superior to another, connecting the stories with historical facts. The producers of heroic epics found a tradition and storytellers followed them. (primary=oral, secondary=written). The journeys of Odysseus and Aeneas belong here. The focus is on the journey
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The school

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1. How many Frisian speakers are there?

-Just over 400.000.

-Frisian Was given official status in Holland.

-it is taught in schools.

-people Hardly every use Frisian.

-There Is no Frisian TV, but there is Frisian radio.

-the Fact that most Frisian speakers are bilingual.

-The Language must be taught to the new generations.

-only Part of a saying about the resemblance between Frisian and English.

1. Why was the Vasa built?

-To Impress both the people of Sweden and their enemies.

-Two Golden guns

-The Vasa started her fist voyage

-Two Weeks later in Poland

-The Captain of the ship.

-The Ship was badly proportioned

-The Baltic Sea does not have a mollusc that destroys the wood of ships

-More Than one million people every year.

1. Charlie wrote his

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“FOOD TODAY. Today people eat food from anywhere at any time of year. Processed food is made in factories. People read labels to see what is in the food. Organic food is grown without chemicals. Some food is genetically modified. Americans have more food choices than any other people in the world. FACT Bees are needed to help grow fruits and vegetables. In 2006 beekeepers noticed that lots of bees were dying. Scientists found that pest and weed killers were killing the bees. Processed food— describes food made in factories using ingredients that are not natural. Genetically modified— describes food that is changed to add vitamins or to make it grow faster”

Time of useful consciousness

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1. . No, he didn’t. His parents were workers/belonged to the working Class”. 2. He decided to go only to the classes that He found interesting 3. Because it changes things by making room for new things 4. [FALSE: (Your) time is limited (LINE 9)]. 5.  [TRUE: Don't be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of other People's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice, heart and intuition (LINES 9-11)] 6. “Actually” (LINE 1) 7.  length. 8. Deposit (line 5) 9. AT 10. Jobs advised the Students. Jobs advised the students to live their own lives. 11. Our time is limited. We can do wonderful things. Even though / (al)though our time is limited, we can do wonderful things/ Our time is limited;
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Concept of education

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CADIZ CONSTITUTION AND QUINTANA REPORT: The constitution of 1812 established:  First-letter schools were established in all the villages of the monarchy, where children will be taught to read, write and sing,  include a brief exposition of civil obligations. -The competent number of universities and other science, literature and fine arts  - teaching plan was uniform in kingdom, explaining the political constitution in all the universities- A general direction of studies was established, composed of people of known instruction, - All Spaniards will have the freedom to write, and publish their political ideas without the need for a license.After a war Fernando VII came back from French, he declined the constitution. The colonel Riego gave
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Tax law is a branch of public law

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Democracy: a system of government by the whole Population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected Representatives.

Advocacy:publicsupport of an ideaplan, or way of doing something

P.Party: a group of persons organized to Acquire and exercise political power.

Values: the principles that help you to decide what is right and wrong


1.-Assemblies Are composed by: Lay politicians who represent the people rather by trained public officials

2.-Legislation means The power to:make laws on behalf of the citizens

3.-Assemblies Play a representative role providing a link between: government and the People

4.-the Executive is the branch of government responsible for the implementation of law and policies made by the

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