miércoles, 11 de noviembre de 2015


No se ve muy bien, pero quiero enseñaros el póster que he hecho en cartulina para ponerlo en clase. Es sobre el cuadro de "El juramento de los horacios". ¡Espero que os guste!


Hoy he hecho otro póster para los padres fundadores. Aumentad para ver mejor, y si no podéis, descargándola se ve con más calidad. ¡Espero que os guste!

martes, 10 de noviembre de 2015

John Adams

 John Adams was born in  Massachusetts on the 30th of October in 1735.
He was the second president of the United States of America and his one of the founding fathers.
He studied in  Harvard and he graduated in 1755. After that he studied in the university of rights and he started to work as a lawyer from 1758.
 The start of his politic career was  characterize by the report of the  Stamp Act.
He was chosen to be the  lawyer of  some soldiers in the Killing of Boston.
In  1774-1775 he protect  the colonial resistance and he said  that the British Empire was a binding of politics organizations almost independent.

At  the first and  the second continental congress he appeared as the best lawyer for the defence of the historical rights of the english people.

He take part at the committee wich wrote up the Declaration of Independence and then started his rivalry with Thomas Jefferson.

In 1778 he started to be a diplomatic representative in Europe with John Jay and Benjamin Franklin.Tey negotiated  together in 1782 and  1783 the treaty of Paris and then put end to the war with Great Britain.

From   1785 to 1788 he became the first  ambassador  from USA  in  Great Britain.When he was in London he wrote the government defense of the constitution   of the United States of America

From 1789 to 1796 he was elected to be the vicepresident of the USA and after that In 1796 he was elected to became the president of the United States of America.
When he was the president he denied the  Alien and Sedition Acts, that were about don't allow the foreign people to have rights or privileges.

He finally died on 4th of July in 1826 in Massachusetts.

In my opinion he was a patriotic president and respectful too.