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Using Rock Music as a Teaching-Learning Tool*
Morales Neisa,Camilo;
Profile Issues in Teachers` Professional Development , 2008,
Abstract: the use of rock music in english teaching-learning contexts gains relevance as many of the people involved in them listen to this kind of music. the integration of rock music into language learning can be done if the music is treated as class material, taking into account that it requires previous and careful preparation. in this article i will show my experience working with two students in classes in which the materials were based on the lyrics of rock songs. the motivations, reflections, information collected and findings made during the process compose the following article in which rock music and learning are the central characters of a research study carried out with two adult students.
Using Rock Music as a Teaching-Learning Tool
Morales Neisa Camilo
Profile Issues in Teachers` Professional Development , 2008,
Abstract: The use of rock music in English teaching-learning contexts gains relevance as many of the people involved in them listen to this kind of music. The integration of rock music into language learning can be done if the music is treated as class material, taking into account that it requires previous and careful preparation. In this article I will show my experience working with two students in classes in which the materials were based on the lyrics of rock songs. The motivations, reflections, information collected and findings made during the process compose the following article in which rock music and learning are the central characters of a research study carried out with two adult students. Key words: Rock music in ELT, music as authentic material, teaching-learning tools El uso de la música rock en el contexto de la ense anza y aprendizaje del inglés cobra relevancia dado que muchas personas involucradas en el proceso escuchan esta clase de música. La integración de este tipo de material en la ense anza de lenguas es posible si la música se presenta como material de clase, teniendo en cuenta que requiere preparación previa y cuidadosa. En este artículo deseo compartir la experiencia de trabajar con dos estudiantes en clases cuyos materiales se basaron principalmente en letras de canciones de rock. Las motivaciones, reflexiones, información recolectada y hallazgos durante el proceso se incluyen en este artículo en el cual la música rock y el aprendizaje son los protagonistas principales de un estudio realizado con dos adultos. Palabras clave: Música rock en la ense anza del inglés, música como material auténtico, herramientas para la ense anza-aprendizaje
Using Rock Music as a Teaching-Learning Tool* Uso de la música rock como herramienta de ense anza-aprendizaje
Camilo Morales Neisa
Profile Issues in Teachers` Professional Development , 2008,
Abstract: The use of rock music in English teaching-learning contexts gains relevance as many of the people involved in them listen to this kind of music. The integration of rock music into language learning can be done if the music is treated as class material, taking into account that it requires previous and careful preparation. In this article I will show my experience working with two students in classes in which the materials were based on the lyrics of rock songs. The motivations, reflections, information collected and findings made during the process compose the following article in which rock music and learning are the central characters of a research study carried out with two adult students. El uso de la música rock en el contexto de la ense anza y aprendizaje del inglés cobra relevancia dado que muchas personas involucradas en el proceso escuchan esta clase de música. La integración de este tipo de material en la ense anza de lenguas es posible si la música se presenta como material de clase, teniendo en cuenta que requiere preparación previa y cuidadosa. En este artículo deseo compartir la experiencia de trabajar con dos estudiantes en clases cuyos materiales se basaron principalmente en letras de canciones de rock. Las motivaciones, reflexiones, información recolectada y hallazgos durante el proceso se incluyen en este artículo en el cual la música rock y el aprendizaje son los protagonistas principales de un estudio realizado con dos adultos.
Ciudad y seguridad ciudadana en Chile: revisión del rol de la segregación sobre la exposición al delito en grandes urbes
Arriagada Luco,Camilo; Morales Lazo,Nelson;
EURE (Santiago) , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612006000300003
Abstract: the literature on the causes of urban insecurity propose several explanations (unemployment and poverty, marginalization of youth, community disintegration, urban design, and lack of public space) and suggest that the most important preventative policies are economic growth and employment, community development, and local interventions in degraded spaces. this article discusses the problem of residential segregation in poor urban areas as an important mechanism in the causes of crime and forms a central part of the socio-physical recuperation of excluded urban sectors. first, we analyze the association between indices of socio-economic segregation for major chilean cities using 2002 census data at the census tract level and reports of socially relevant crimes at the city level. second, we analyze residential satisfaction data from the ministry of housing and urban development to study the perception of insecurity near public housing projects by different age groups, especially between youth and older adults
Ciudad y seguridad ciudadana en Chile: revisión del rol de la segregación sobre la exposición al delito en grandes urbes
Camilo Arriagada Luco,Nelson Morales Lazo
EURE (Santiago) , 2006,
Abstract: Los análisis sobre la ciudad insegura han postulado teorías explicativas centradas en cierto tipo de determinantes (desempleo y pobreza; marginalidad juvenil; desarticulación comunitaria; dise o espacial; y déficit de espacio público), y han destacado que las políticas públicas preventivas más importantes se refieren al crecimiento económico y empleo, al desarrollo comunitario, y las intervenciones locales y recuperación de espacios degradados. Este artículo destaca la importancia del problema de la segregación residencial de los sectores de menores recursos como un mecanismo importante de la exposición al delito en las ciudades y que debe formar parte central de una agenda de recuperación físico-social de los barrios excluidos. Para esto se analiza, por una parte, la asociación entre un índice de segregación residencial socio-económica de nuestras ciudades principales, a partir de datos del censo 2002 de escala de distritos, con los niveles de denuncia de delitos de mayor connotación social a escala de ciudades. En segundo término, en base a datos del observatorio de satisfacción residencial del ministerio de vivienda y urbanismo, estudiamos la percepción de inseguridad al peligro en el espacio público de grupos contrastantes en cuanto a edad, específicamente, jóvenes y adultos mayores The literature on the causes of urban insecurity propose several explanations (unemployment and poverty, marginalization of youth, community disintegration, urban design, and lack of public space) and suggest that the most important preventative policies are economic growth and employment, community development, and local interventions in degraded spaces. This article discusses the problem of residential segregation in poor urban areas as an important mechanism in the causes of crime and forms a central part of the socio-physical recuperation of excluded urban sectors. First, we analyze the association between indices of socio-economic segregation for major Chilean cities using 2002 census data at the census tract level and reports of socially relevant crimes at the city level. Second, we analyze residential satisfaction data from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development to study the perception of insecurity near public housing projects by different age groups, especially between youth and older adults
El disfraz constitucional: el constitucionalismo relativo
Castillo Sánchez,Camilo; Castellanos Morales,Ethel Nataly;
Papel Politico , 2009,
Abstract: the history of colombian constitutionalism has been characterized by many interesting contradictions and particularities in terms of constitutional theory. this essay seeks to study some of the situations that we consider part of relative constitutionalism or the constitutional disguise. we believe that this concept can explain the reasons why colombia has conserved certain stability despite having not consolidated rule of law. some of the phenomena that are relevant in colombian constitutionalism and are characteristic of relative constitutionalism are: the constitutional dictatorship, the war and its relationship with constitutional legitimation, and the change in the meaning of sovereignty to facilitate the transfer of power to a benevolent dictator. we will try to show those ideas through a brief historical review, an approximation to classical authors of constitutional theory, the use of those concepts in colombian republican history and at this moment. in our opinion we will demonstrate that relative constitutionalism has been the way to avoid material demands proper to the rule of law, while managing to maintain the appearance of a strong defense of constitutionalism and its values.
El futuro de la salud pública en el contexto político-social actual
González Pérez,Camilo; Duran Morales,Tatiana;
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0864-34662009000300015
Abstract: health organizations worldwide have stated for more than 30 years the need of working hard to attain high health levels for all the citizens in this planet. to fulfill the goal " health for all in the year 2000", closely linked political and social actions are required, among them the following a) the social and economic development that gives the peoples the right to sustainable development; b) the political willingness of governments to give priority to education and healthcare as two of the noblest human rights and c) the revolutionary transformation of healthcare systems, with the explicit aim of placing the primary healthcare in the forefront of the main strategy for improving the healthcare systems of the countries under the concepts of health promotion and prevention. however, in spite of the fact that the future of healthcare is a permanent concern for health service providers and users, politicians, scientists and intellectuals, it may be said that at present this future is uncertain and threatened by neoliberal tendencies, except for the encouraging realities in those countries opting for change and participating in the alba program (bolivarian alternative for the americas). the goal "health for all in the year 2000" is still far from being accomplished; all this will depend on to what extent the world is able to understand that peace, solidarity, respect to human rights and integration of peoples are the only way to make these dreams come true.
El futuro de la salud pública en el contexto político-social actual The future of the public health in the political and social setting
Camilo González Pérez,Tatiana Duran Morales
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2009,
Abstract: Organizaciones mundiales de la salud han planteado, desde hace más de 30 a os, la necesidad de trabajar para lograr un alto nivel de salud para todos los ciudadanos del planeta. Para alcanzar la meta propuesta de "Salud para todos en el a o 2000", se necesita realizar acciones políticas y sociales estrechamente vinculadas, entre ellas pueden citarse: a) el desarrollo social y económico que les permita a los pueblos el derecho al desarrollo sostenible, b) la voluntad política de los gobiernos de priorizar la educación y la salud como uno de los derechos humanos más noble y, c) la transformación revolucionaria de los sistemas de salud, con la intención explícita de colocar a la atención primaria, con los conceptos de promoción y prevención de salud, en la estrategia principal para lograr mejorar los sistemas sanitarios de los pueblos. Sin embargo, a pesar de que el futuro de la salud es una preocupación de prestadores y usuarios de sus servicios, políticos, científicos e intelectuales; puede decirse que en la actualidad tal futuro es incierto, amenazado por las tendencias neoliberales, pero con una realidad alentadora en los países que hoy están optando por el cambio y que se integran al proyecto ALBA. La meta "Salud para todos en el a o 2000", está distante aún, todo dependerá de la medida en que el mundo comprenda que la paz, la solidaridad, el respeto a los derechos humanos y la integración de los pueblos, son el único camino para acercarse a esos sue os. Health organizations worldwide have stated for more than 30 years the need of working hard to attain high health levels for all the citizens in this planet. To fulfill the goal " Health for all in the year 2000", closely linked political and social actions are required, among them the following a) the social and economic development that gives the peoples the right to sustainable development; b) the political willingness of governments to give priority to education and healthcare as two of the noblest human rights and c) the revolutionary transformation of healthcare systems, with the explicit aim of placing the primary healthcare in the forefront of the main strategy for improving the healthcare systems of the countries under the concepts of health promotion and prevention. However, in spite of the fact that the future of healthcare is a permanent concern for health service providers and users, politicians, scientists and intellectuals, it may be said that at present this future is uncertain and threatened by neoliberal tendencies, except for the encouraging realities in those countries opting for ch
Defensa de la gratuidad de la educación en Colombia: algunos argumentos constitucionales y de derecho internacional
Castillo-Sánchez,Camilo-Ernesto; Castellanos-Morales,Ethel-Nataly;
Estudios Socio-Jurídicos , 2010,
Abstract: colombia is the only country in latin america which state does not permit that primary education being free. as a consequence the government has not being interested in outlining a policy about free primary education. however, the colombian constitution has rules that allow use treaties about human rights to interpret their own national rules. through this technique of constitutional interpretation is possible to defend free primary education as an obligation. colombia can?t ignore it. in fact, the corte constitucional has protected the access and the permanency in educational system based on international law. in this kind of arguments, reasons about economical costs are irrelevant since right to education has had universal recognition. our thesis is that there is no reason for colombia to restrict right to education through the imposition of costs. this idea finds support in the fact that free primary education allows access and permanency in educational system. in addition free primary education is the best way to overcome economical obstacles which affect the right of education. first of all, this article will describe the obligations of colombia regarding international law, after that, we will analyze the decisions of the corte constitucional. finally we will pose a conclusion that outlines some topics for future research.
Infección en pacientes quemados del Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paúl, Medellín, Colombia Infection in burn patients at Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paúl, Medellín, Colombia
Carlos H Morales,Andrés Felipe Gómez,José Ovidio Herrera,Michel Camilo Gallego
Revista Colombiana de Cirugía , 2010,
Abstract: Objetivo. Describir el comportamiento microbiológico y la incidencia de infecciones en los pacientes quemados, y explorar los factores de riesgo involucrados en el desarrollo de la infección. Materiales y métodos. Se llevó a cabo un estudio prospectivo de cohortes, entre el 1o de agosto de 2006 y el 31 de julio de 2008. Se incluyeron los pacientes quemados de cualquier edad, que fueron hospitalizados en ese periodo en la Unidad de Quemados del Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paúl, Medellín, Colombia. Resultados. De 655 pacientes, 85 presentaron infecciones (12,9%) distribuidas así: 63 infecciones de la piel (9,6%), 15 infecciones urinarias (2,2%) y 7 neumonías (1,0%). En los cultivos de piel se aisló: Pseudomonas aeruginosa en 22 casos (20,4%), Staphylococcus aureus en 21 (19,4%), Acinetobacter baumannii en 12 (11,1%), Enterobacter cloacae en 10 (9,3%), Enterococcus faecalis en 9 (8,3%) y Klebsiella pneumoniae, Proteus mirabilis, Staphylococcus epidermidis y Escherichia coli en 2 casos cada uno (1,9%). Las quemaduras de segundo grado profundo, las de tercer grado y las quemaduras extensas, presentaron mayor riesgo de desarrollar infecciones, probablemente debido al mayor compromiso sistémico, a la estancia hospitalaria prolongada y al mayor número de procedimientos quirúrgicos. Conclusiones. La incidencia de infecciones y los gérmenes involucrados más comúnmente varían según cada centro de referencia. De ahí, la importancia de que cada unidad de quemados establezca cuáles son sus propios datos epidemiológicos y conozca los microorganismos responsables de las infecciones de sus pacientes. Los factores de riesgo que repercuten de forma importante sobre estos procesos son: el porcentaje de superficie corporal comprometida, la profundidad de las quemaduras y la edad del paciente. Objective: To describe the incidence of infection among burn patients, the microbiological behavior of such infections and to explore the involved risk factors. Material and methods: Prospective survey carried out at the Burn Unit of University Hospital San Vicente de Paúl (Medellín, Colombia) in the period August 1, 2006, to July31, 2008. All burn patients of any age admitted to the Burn Unit were included. Results: Of the total of 655 patients, 85 patients developed infection (12,9%), distributed as follows: 63 skin infections (9.6%), 15 urinary tract infections (2.2%), and 7 pneumonias (1.0%). Skin culture isolates showed Pseudomona aeruginosa in 22 cases (20.4%), Staphylococcus aureus in 21 (19.4%), Acinetobacter baumannii in 12 (11.1%), Enterobacter cloacae in 10 (9.3%),
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