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Mi primera historia del Perú - 1

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Historia - Sheet 1

This is the fixed JPG version of "Where is Peru?" To make and create the cutouts use the Word version, obtainable from your R&S group.

The image (left) is a screen shot of Sheet 1. The actual sheet in a Word file has floating countries and labels. These can be clicked and dragged to their correct positions or cut out and pieced together. The text bubbles can be written over in any language. Parents, tutors and friends are invited to "repurpose" or tailor the sheet in tune with the needs of the child or the specific group, for whom it is being developed.

{AS Tarea: Corregir o ampliar el texto. Agrega texto en otro idioma de tu familia / escuela / Departamento del país}

La imagen (izquierda) es una "photo de la pantalla" de la Hoja 1. La verdadera hoja es un archivo de Word que tiene países y etiquetas "flotantes". A los que se puede hacer clic y arrastrar a sus posiciones correctas o se puede recortar y reconstruirlos como un rompecabezas. Las burbujas de texto se puede "sobre-escribir" en cualquier idioma. Los padres,tutores y amigos están invitados a "replantear" o adaptar la hoja en sintonía con las necesidades del niño o el grupo específico, a lo que está siendo desarrollado.

Sheets 2,3,and 4 reinforce the theme "Where is Perú?".

Part 2 Ñawpaqllaqtakuna Piruwpi - The first cities in Perú. Sheets 1 and 2Edit

MFHP Part2 Sheets 1 and 2

This is a screen photo of Part 2 - Sheets 1 and 2. The original graphics created in Word (because most users of internet have access to Word) have been updated // You can improve them and add or substitute any language - of your village/ town/ department, your grandparents . . .You can even change this text for the better (click on image) and gain AST points

Gain AST points for the Arguedas Scholar awardEdit

Every revision you make to these pages is recorded in the Page History. AST revisions and translations into your or your family's regional language (e.g. Quechua (Ayacucho), Shipibo, etc.)count automatically. Creative revisions also count and are encouraged, but have to be claimed for and are evaluated for their quality. Please register, do the Arguedas Scholar on-line course and let us know which volumes/tomos and pages you are most interested in. See Arguedas Scholar in the index to the OJPS - the (Open-text) Journal of Peruvian Studies (Click below).

A new page for private distributionEdit

Caral and Miss Why - new page x2

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