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TECHNICAL VOCABULARY IN BIOLOGY LESSONS

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UNIT 1

ENGLISH                                                    SPANISH

Earth                                                                          Tierra (planeta)

Greenhouse effect                                                     Efecto invernadero

Atmosphere                                                               Atmósfera

Atoms                                                                        Átomos

Organic biomolecules                                               Biomoléculas orgánicas

Glucides                                                                    Glúcidos

Proteins                                                                     Proteínas

Lipids                                                                        Lípidos

Inorganic biomolecules                                            Biomoléculas inorgánicas

Cell                                                                            Célula

Vital functions                                                          Funciones vitales

Plasma membrane                                                     Membrana plasmática

Citoplasm                                                                  Citoplasma

Genetic material                                                        Material genético

Prokaryotic cell                                                         Célula procariota

Eukaryotic cell                                                          Célula eucariota

Ribosome                                                                  Ribosoma

Lysosome                                                                  Lisosoma

Mitochondrion                                                          Mitocondria

Chloroplast                                                                Cloroplasto

Vacuole                                                                     Vacuola

UNIT 2       Kingdoms Monera, Protoctista and Fungi

ENGLISH                                                    SPANISH

Bacteria                                                                     Bacteria

Autotrophic                                                               Autótrofo

Heterotrophic                                                            Heterótrofo

Protozoa                                                                    Protozoo

Cilia                                                                           Cilios

Pseudopodia                                                              Pseudópodos

Flagellum                                                                  Flagelo

Algae                                                                         Alga

Fungi                                                                         Hongos

Saprophytic                                                               Saprófito

Symbiotic                                                                  Simbiótico

Parasitic                                                                    Parasito

Illness                                                                        Enfermedad

Antibiotic                                                                  Antibiótico

Mould                                                                        Moho

Yeast                                                                         Levadura

Lichen                                                                       Líquen

Pollution                                                                    Polución

UNIT 3       Plants

ENGLISH                                                    SPANISH

Root                                                                           Raíz

Stem                                                                          Tallo

Flower                                                                     Flor

Pistil                                                                          Pistilo

Seed                                                                           Semilla

Waste                                                                       Productos de deshecho

Photosynthesis                                                          Fotosíntesis

Tropism                                                                     Tropismo

Phototropism                                                             Fototropismo

Gravitropism                                                             Gravitropismo

Hydrotropism                                                            Hidrotropismo

Nastic movements                                                     Nastias

Tuber                                                                         Tubérculo

Stolon                                                                        Estolón

Bulb                                                                           Bulbo

Spore                                                                         Espora

Calyx                                                                         Cáliz

Sepal                                                                          Sépalo

Corolla                                                                      Corola

Petal                                                                          Pétalo

Stamen                                                                      Estambre

Pistil                                                                          Pistilo

Pollination                                                                 Polinización

Fertilisation                                                               Fertilización

Fruit                                                                           Fruto

Germination                                                              Germinación

Leaf                                                                           Hoja

Petiole                                                                       Peciolo

Mosses                                                                      Musgos

Ferns                                                                          Helechos

Gymnosperm                                                             Gimnosperma

Angiosperm                                                               Angiosperma

Conifer                                                                      Conífera

Task carried out by the students of the bilingual section of the 1st Year of ESO with their biology teacher Guadalupe Montes.
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Computer Engineer

WHERE DO THEY WORK ?

They work in computer mechanics workshops, with people who fix computers.

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WHAT DO THEY DO?

they do a lot of different  Jobs :

  • Web programmer.
  • Mobile app builder E-commerce platform manager.
  • Technological consultant.
  • IT project manager.
  • Computer systems designer.
  • Video game creator.
  • Telecommunications Expert
  •   ComputerIn charge of the IT area of a company.
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What are the requirements ?

  • Having knowledge and ease of mathematics since it is an engineering and during the first years recommended subjects are taken.
  • A good level of English, since the greatest source of information is in this language.
  • Logical and analytical reasoning capability.
  • interest in technological advances and research.
  • Ease of adapting to new situations, methods and technologies.
  • Ease of working in a multidisciplinary team.
  • Curiosity, creativity and imagination.
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Cybersecurity Lawyer

-WHAT IS CYBER SECURITY?

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Cybersecurity refers to the protection of hardware, software, and data from attackers. The primary purpose of cyber security is to protect against cyberattacks like accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information.

-WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF CYBER SECURITY?

 

  • It protects the business against ransomware, malware, social engineering, and phishing.
  • It protects end-users.
  • It gives good protection for both data as well as networks.
  • Increase recovery time after a breach.
  • Cybersecurity prevents unauthorized users.

WHERE DO THEY WORK?

Cybersecurity careers are complex and many roles can be found with banks, retailers and government organizations. At work, you can expect to protect an organization’s files and network, install firewalls, create security plans and monitor activity.

-HOW MUCH DO THEY EARN?

Salary of a junior technical cybersecurity expert is around 30,000 euros. And that after 6 or 7 years of experience, you can reach 50,000 and even 60,000 euros per year.

-WHY DO THEY DO THIS JOB?

Because this job offers internet security to avoid being scammed

-What are the biggest dangers of the internet?

 

-cyber bullying

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-Identity Theft

-Spam

-Harmful Information

-Piracy

-Pornography

-Sexting

-Fake ads

POSTED BY María de la Luz Ramos

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MY NEW ENGLISH TEACHER

My new English teacher is Umayrah and she is 21 years old. She was born on 26th of July and she lives in Glasgow, Scotland. In her country it rains very often and they only have one week of Summer.Resultado de imagen de glasgow

In Summer the maximum temperatures are 25 degrees. The food isn´t healthy and they fry everything even pizza and sausages! The traditional dishes are haggis (it is a kind of “morcilla”), shortbread (biscuits with sugar and butter) and fish and chips.Resultado de imagen de traditional scottish food

The traditional costume is the kilt: its pattern has a lot of squares and each family has their own exclusive design. Resultado de imagen de traditional kilt

 

 

She has told us that she is studying journalism and she could see the “World War Z” filmset from her university. She lives in a very quiet town called East Kilbride. Her family is from Pakistan but all of her family is in the UK. She has two little sisters and her boyfriend is of Indian origen. She has two rabbits and three chickens as well. She has never visited Pakistan, although she can understand Urdu, the language of Pakistan.Resultado de imagen de traditional shortbread dog

She has come to Spain to learn Spanish but she says that it is really difficult to speak it. Her favourite Spanish food is “Patatas Bravas”. Now, she is living alone in Cáceres and at the moment she has a few friends here. She loves the city and its weather. She has already visited some Spanish cities such as Seville, Madrid and Zafra. She prefers Seville becasue the beach is very near. During Zafra´s fair, she visited the town with her friends. She was sight-seeing and then they went to have dinner.

In the afternoons she usually goes for a walk, though she doesn´t like sports. Her hobbies are cooking and driving her car anywhere.Resultado de imagen de glasgow central mosque

She can´t eat ham because she is Muslim. She prefers fish rather than meat. When she finsihes this job in Spain she is going to end her degree in Scotland because she is in her last year.

She is lovely and I hope to learn a lot of English and about British culture with her.

 

Written by Sofía Ferrero Guzmán. 2º Bach. C

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A DINNER FOR TWO

Sofía Ferrero Guzmán,our writing contest winner, has sent us a brief comment about her dinner at Entre2 Restaurant last 15th February:

 

“The dinner was fabulous. I take my friend Andrea out. We had a great time.

All the dishes were  delicious. My favourite one was the sirloin with a potato cake, I love meat.

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My friend’s favourite dish was the salad. It had egg, lettuce, corn, smoked salmon, tuna, tomatoes and onion.

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When we arrived everything was decorated with hearts. I really liked participating in this competition and still much more win this prize.

Thank you very much to all the English Department!”

 

 Sofía Ferrero Guzmán , student of 1st Year of Bachelor (History and Social Sciencies)

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Job Profile: Home Automation Technician

  • WHERE DO THEY WORK?

It is carried out in a house since it is a set of technologies that are based on the automation of a house, for example, how to open the blinds or regulate the heating by means of a mobile or a tablet. Energy saving is one of the great strengths of this type of home technology, through the use of sensors, and it is possible to make better use of natural resources. The main objective of home automation is to offer comfort to the user by combining it with security.

  • WHAT DO THEY DO?

 The professional dedicated to the sector of the implementation of intelligent systems in the homes is in charge, mainly, of managing, supervising and repairing any domotic equipment. As a technician, you must have computer skills and the languages ​​used in this type of communication.

  • WHY DO THEY DO IT?

Security has always been an undeniable leg for home automation. Perhaps the claim that more followers have harvested, since we all want our home to be a quiet and safe place. It is the most intimate place we have, where we live and keep all our most valuable possessions. There are many security systems to protect our homes.

  • WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS?

  1. MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRAINING.
  2. KNOWLEDGE OF PROGRAMMING AND COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS.
  3. KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRICITY AND THERMAL AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS.
  4. ADDITIONAL TRAINING CAN BE ACQUIRED THROUGH THE MASTERS UNIVERSITY OF HOME AUTOMATION.
  • WHAT SKILLS DO THEY NEED?

The graduate in Electronic Engineering will prepare you to design manufacture and maintain from the simplest electronic device to the most complex of cutting-edge technology. It will train you for the design of domestic and industrial automations.

  • WHEN DO THEY WORK?

A home automation technician works according to the schedule to which a customer notifies him  ,  either because he has had a technical problem in his home or because they are doing the construction of a house and installing the different types of technologies in it

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Posted by Samyuel Tsvetanv Iliev, student of Second Year of Professional Training.

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BIOMECHANICAL ENGINEER

 

 

 

 

  • Where do they work?

They work in laboratories.

  • What do they do? 

They add new DNA to existing ones to obtain new features.

  • What are the requirements?

You have to study the biology degree or you can also access studying biochemistry.

  • What skills do they need?

They have the ability to make babies on demand.

  • When do They work?

They work in their laboratories daily and very hard, because it’s a difficult job,.They need to research a lot.

 

 

Posted by Sheyla Barriga Borreguero, student of Second Year of Vocational Training

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Recycling technician

  • What do they do?

The recycling technicians are responsible for organizing the recycling or reuse of various waste materials, such as paper and glass, in local communities. They also play an important didactic role in promoting recycling.

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They work in scrapyards, waste managers, incinerators, metals, composting plants, triage plants, paper recovery and landfills.

  • What are the requirements?

The Waste Management Technician must be able to identify the environmental impact and minimize the costs of managing urban and industrial waste by correctly classifying and characterizing them

  • What skills do they need?

The technician in waste management must know the different flows of urban and industrial waste, as well as their possibilities of treatment.

 

Posted by Violeta Padilla Bermejo, student of Second Year of Professional Training.

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JOB PROFILE: GAMER

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WHAT IS A GAMER?

GAMER means player, or translated into serious Spanish: Viciado. GAMER is anyone who spends a minimum of time playing video games. Then clearly, there are the GAMERS trolls, the fanboys gamers, and the maximumgamers that are those that spend 22 hours playing in a row…

 

WHAT DOES A GAMER DO?

A video game player, gamer or gamer, also known by gamer Anglicism, is anyone who likes video games. … A gamer is that person who is known for playing with great dedication and interest in video games and for having an extensive knowledge about these and at the same time, they charge.

 

WHAT IS BEING A GAMER?

Being a gamer can be summarized as “a person who likes video games” or “a person whose hobby is video games”. But being a gamer is much more than that. The gamers do not belong to any urban tribe, they do not dress in any particular way, but they all share the same hobby, the same passion

 

THE MOST KNOWN GAMERS IN THE WORLD

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Posted by Felix Carrero Marín, student of Second Year of Vocational Training.

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JOB PROFILE: Headhunter

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Where do they work?

 In   big companies such as Linkedin.

 What do they do?
 Headhunters choose professionals who can form part of their database.

Why do they do it ?
To help companies to find the talented people they need in their organizations.

What are the requirements?
Postgraduate in HR (Human Resources) or Coach training.

When do they work?
They work 24 hours a day, even at weekends from their houses using their PC, mobile pone and Ipads.

What skills do they need?
-They must be up to date. The way to do this is by attending events, conferences, presentations, places where potential candidates maybe.

-Having an evaluation capability is important to evaluate the professional fit of the candidates for what our client needs.

-Objectivity vs. subjectivity. In a selection process they must maintain the utmost objectivity.

-Discretion. Sometimes the search is by substitution and the person who is going to be replaced still occupies the position.

-Professionalism and integrity.

-Flexibility: Processes can change so you have to adapt to the circumstances.

-Passion and tenacity. You don’t always find your candidate fast!

-Conviction: Some candidates are not in active search and do not even expect the call of a Headhunter. The first approach is very important.

Famous headhunters

Jorge Mendes is a Portuguese footballer representative who chairs the Gestifute representation company. He is considered one of the most influential in the world and among his clients are Cristiano Ronaldo, James Rodríguez and coach Jose Mourinho among other world class players.

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Posted by Alba Granado González, student of  Second Year of Vocational Training.