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domingo, 17 de febrero de 2019

I was born in Zamora: ANA PAYO

I was born in Zamora: Ana Payo


ANA PAYO
1. FILL THE GAPS:

            A scientist _______ Zamora took part in the first Spanish team made ____ of girls who moved to the Antartica to fight ________ the global _________. She is Ana Payo and she _____ born in Zamora.
            This is RADIO 6, from ZAMORA in SPAIN. ______ is “I WAS BORN IN ZAMORA”.

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            She was born in Zamora, she is from Sayago, where there is no s___, but it was here where Ana Payo started to have d______ about oceans and marine c__________.
            She has travelled to more t______ twenty different countries and she has lived in ten different c_______. And nowadays she l______ in Mallorca.

3. WHAT IS MISSING:

            She studied at the ____________ of Barcelona, where she has _______ a teaching assistant, and she estudied ____ the University of Cadiz too.
            Ana Payo is an ocenographer and she has studied how to avoid the _______ warming effects on the biodiversity.
            She thinks _________ is an amazing subject, so she has performed solos in _________, universities and _________ to engage people with science.

She loves cycling, and she hates lentils. But what she loves more is to learn new things.

4. WHAT A MESS!:

            In march in 2018, she joined to a (rpyotce)________ called Homeward Bound, where every year 80 female (eicstnsist)_________ meet together in the Antartica to fight against the global warming and to show how important are women in the Science.
            Those female scientists could see that (gnepiusn)________ are moving south, because their food is the krill, but this fish is moving south thanks to the global warming, so the penguins have to (nahceg)________ their habbitat in order to eat the food they need to live.
            The scientists say that we use too much plastic which is causing many problems to other (lasmnia)_________, and that plastic is taking part in our (cihprot) _______ chain, and it means that we are eating plastic when we eat some fish.
            They have discovered that the global warming effects are worse in (emnow)______ than in men, because men can get (yneom)________ easier than women and girls sometimes can not go to school.



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She thinks Cooperative and Colaborative Learning are very important.
and admire and enjoy what was in front of her. This was our figure today.
One of Ana Payo´s workmates used to say: Extraordinary things bacame ordinary life.
So, Ana Payo thinks that the girls who want to become scientists have to be brave, they have to show what they know to other people.
Our best wishes to your best dreams from Radio 6, from Zamora.
ANA PAYO, She loved looked at the sea while sitting on boat
And girls have to help each other when it´s possible.
She was born in Zamora. And she is part of our history.
And she says that when she comes to Zamora, what she loves, it is one of her extraordinary things.


I was born in Zamora: Laura Iglesias Romero


LAURA IGLESIAS ROMERO
1. FILL THE GAPS:

She was a __________. She studied the movement of _____, and nowadays the science award from Castilla y León has her ______. She was Laura Iglesias Romero.
This is RADIO 6, from ZAMORA in SPAIN. This is “I WAS BORN IN ZAMORA”.
Laura Iglesias Romero was _______ in Zamora, in the city of Benavente in 1928.
She said she hadn´t got a good _________, but nevertheless, she studied at the ___________ in Madrid, where she graded with distinction and she became a chemist.

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Science was her passion and she started to w_____ as a scientific researcher at the CSIC in Spain. In 1956 she received a grant to st______ at the Princeton U________ in New Jersey w_______ she worked at the Physics faculty. Following this, she mo_____ to Washington in order to work during the 1950s. Her f______ idea was to work there for 6 months, but in the end she was working there two y______.

3. WHAT IS MISSING:

She said that there were very good _________ in Spain, but some of them had to move abroad to _______. And after those years she returned to Spain to _______ spectra of transition metal elements, which is __________ in the field of astrophysics.
In those days, most of her colleagues were men, _____ working hard she became a brilliant scientist ______ after a few years she received the award “González Martí” from the Spanish Science Real Academy _________ her work about magneisum.

4. WHAT A MESS!:

After a whole (elfi) ______ dedicated to the science, nowadays Laura Iglesias Romero is known because she studied the movement of stars. The same (assrt) _______ she looked at when she was a (dihcl) ________ and she played and dreamed in the (eresstt) _______ of Benavente.
She wrote many different informative articles to the (sebt) ______ Science Magazines, such as  “The American Chemical Society” (ro) ____ “Journal of Physical and Chemical”

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The scientist Laura Iglesias Romero.
Our best wishes to your best dreams from Radio 6, from Zamora.
The Science Communication award Laura Iglesias Romero.
This was our figure today. She was born in Zamora. And she is part of our history.
In 2008, the scientific communication award from Castilla y León, which is given in The Science Museum in Valladolid took her name,


I was born in Zamora: LAURA IGLESIAS ROMERO

viernes, 2 de febrero de 2018

I was born in Zamora: Viriato


I was born in Zamora: Viriato

VIRIATO
1. FILL THE GAPS:

“Rome does not pay traitors.” This is what Servilio Cepión answered to the soldiers_____ had killed their chief, the soldiers who had killed____leader. And this is the sentence_____ is going to pave____ way to our important figure today… He___ Viriato, he was_____ most important leader of the Lusitanian people.

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This is RADIO 6, from ZAMORA in SPAIN. This is “I WAS BORN IN ZAMORA”.

2. COMPLETE THE WORDS:

Viriato was the mo__ important lead__ of the Lusitanian people. There was no Spain n__ Portugal. The peninsula was called Hispania and Hispania was a province in the Roman Empire.

Lusitania w__ a region in the west of Hispania. And this region spread over the areas of what we know nowa_____ like North of Portugal, Zamora and Salamanca.
We are in the second centu__ Before Christ. And Lusitanian people with his leader, Viriato, are resist___ Roman Expansion.

3. WHAT IS MISSING:

Nowadays, we know about Viriato thanks ____ some Greek or Roman historians, such ___ Apiano, Diodoro de Sicilia, Tito Livio, Eutropio, Osorio, Suidas ___ Floro.
Some ____ them described him as ___ shepherd who became _____ a hunter and then a soldier. That was the way for most ____ young warriors.

According ___ the bibliography we have, we don´t know where or when ____ Viriato born, but the legend tells us that he was born in Torrefrades, a small village ___ Zamora in the second century Before Christ.

Rome's dominion of Hispania met with much opposition. And in 185 Before ______ Rome decided ___ invade Lusitania.

4. WHAT A MESS!:

After some ttasble______, in the region of 30.000 Lusitanians met Galba tihw_____ the idea of finishing the raw____ and getting the land fairly distributed. But nevertheless, the pretor Galba killed many of them, others were send to Galias as slaves and just a wef____ amount of them ran away and among those ohw____ could avoid the slaughter was our hero, was Viriato.

This massacre and the otrvpey________ of Lusitanian people got Viriato to rebel against the Rome, he became the leader of the Lusitanian tribes and he won oesm______ battles agaist Rome during some years.

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more horses to the army
But nevertheless, Viriato and his men were winning
And they called him “Roman people´s friend”
After some victories, the Rome goverment sent more soldiers to fight against Viriato,
so Roman senate declared an agreement with Viriato.
and even some elephants.

6. WRITE THE PRESENT VERBS:

After a while, the governor Servilio Cepión broke the treaty and planned his death. Three Viriato´s soldiers killed him while he was sleeping. And when they went to ask for their payment the Roman governor answered them “Rome does not pay traitors."

And this was the end of the leather of the Lusitania's tribes. Afterwards, Roman governors understood that it was better getting a peace treaty than opening confrontation against Lusitanian people.










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Nowadays, Viriato is a local heroe in Portugal and in Zamora. You can find some statues in Viseu, in Lisbom or in Zamora, in a square with his name. And the flag of Zamora, called Seña Bermeja, has 8 red strips honouring the eight victories of Viriato over the Romans.

Viriato. This was our figure today. The legend says he was born in Zamora. And he is an important member of our history.
Our best wishes to your best dreams from Radio 6, from Zamora.

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