Friday, December 5, 2014


The GCF is the greatest common factor. YouTube video 
The video shows a better explained version of the GCF and is helpful for everyone who wants to know more about it.

Eduardo Hdz


The greatest common factor video (YouTube)      

We did the video to share what is GCF or other things 

Karla & Alejandro 


We are working on the GCM that is a very fun topic.
We made a video about it because we want you to know about this topic too.

By Daniela Cabrera & Roberto Serrano

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

A Christmas Story

                          "The story never told for Christmas"

Once upon a time in 1828 was born one of the most important writers in the history.
Jules Verne had the amazing talent of look to the future and imagine every single detail of how would it be. He wrote more than 80 books in all his life but... Most of you just know the 5% of him, how do we know? Because we are about to tell you the incredible story never told that Verne lived.

Hi my name is Daniela.
And my name is Roberto. 
And we are going to show you the real talent of, a real artist. Prepare yourself for something so fantastic and are you....ready? Sooo.. Let's go!

Let us begin on 1873 when he wrote the novel "Around the world in 80 days"....

It was short time after he finished his famous book and he thought about what would happened if he tried to do the trip in 80 days. It was October 1st, 1874 when he decide to do it. He rented a hot air balloon to start his trip. He swear that he will arrive on October 1st and he will return on December 25th at Christmas Day! 
 And for being ready he did the next  schedule: 

From London to Suez by Mount Cenis
and Brindisi , rail and vapors 7
From Suez to Bombay , vapors 18
From Bombay to Calcutta , rail . 8
From Calcutta to Hong Kong (China ) , vapors 13
Hong Kong to Yokohama (Japan ), steam 6
Yokohama to San Francisco , steam 22
From San Francisco to New York , railroad 7
From New York to London , steam and rail. 9
TOTAL: 80 days.

He arrived from London at 6:00 o'clock in the morning.  It was a long way but finally he did it. He traveled from London to Yokohama in just 52 days and every time Christmas was closer. But before he went to Yokohama he stopped in Japan. He wanted to know more about the Christmas traditions in Japan because he was so interested to know how do they celebrate it. He discovered that as a tradition, they used to eat KFC in Christmas night and that in Christmas day they celebrated it with  / the boyfriend / or friends, and the New Year, almost everyone returns to their  homes to celebrate with their families. Verne was so surprised because he didn't know anything about Christmas in Japan, as soon as he went to Yokohama he told everyone about his adventure in Japan. Time after, he thought of traveling to the future on the next 28 days left over. So he did it. He went to the San Francisco's California Academy of science and look for help to build the time machine.  And finally he did it! 
And the first place were he decide to visit was Jules Verne School.
He invited all the Jules Verne school community to accompany him to his amazing trip! They all finished the trip in 80 exactly days! And had an amazing Christmas Day with the incredible Jules Verne. 

by Daniela and Roberto.

A Fantastic Christmas Story

A Fantastic Christmas Trip

Jules Verne created a big air ballon to travel the world in 80 days he wanted to visit kids and showed them his book to inspire them to be writers when they grew up.

In a small town in Japain far from the city of Tokyo was a little boy named Diegardo, who  in this Christmas wanted to know his idol Jules Verne.

When it was  Christmas in his small town Diegardo wrote a card wishing Jules Verne could come to his town and he could meet him.

When it was December 24th diegardo was eating Kentucky fried chicken (KFC) when Santa Claus gave a card to Diegardo and it said 
"Diegardo you have been well educated so now I give you this present Jules  Verne is going to come to your town on December 27th at 16:30 enjoy it. Santa Claus."

Diegardo was so happy and excited  because Jules  Verne was going to go to the small town, he said it to his parents, they were so happy because his kid was going to meet his idol.

In December 27 Diegardo and his parents went to the meeting place there wasn't many people in the mean time Jules Verne arrived, Diegardo couldn't  believe it in that instant Jules  Verne asked - you are my greatest fan so you are invited to my journey and entered the air balloon.

They arrived in 2014 to Mexico City in a small school named JVS , Miss  Mayus received them with a big smile and a lot of kids and Diegardo was so happy.

Luis Alfonso, Sebastián Farías and Ivan

A Christmas Story

                                      CHRISTMAS STORY
Once upon a time there was a man called Jules Verne who was going to travel all around the world in 80 days because Christmas was coming soon and he wanted to give to all the children all around the world a merry Christmas. He started the trip in France then  he went to Italy. In Italy he saw a very big tree in the city center so he entered there, then he met Daniela, Roberto, Farias, Diego, Luis, Alex, and Karla in the city center, in his trip he took Karla, Alejandro, Farias, Roberto And Daniela to join to give the kids a merry Christmas. Then we went to India and didn't wanted to spend a lot of time because he had a short time to arrive to all the countries. He went to China to give all children a present and something like that but he had a problem , the ballloon in which one he was traveling on .started to have problems of gas so he started to travel in the future and he appeared in his house So then he ask for a balloon to send it to Santa Claus and he wished that if all the children all around the world can have a beautiful and merry Christmas.The next day was Christmas night and we went to Japan to know more about them and he discover that in Japan they celebrate eating Kentucky Fried Chicken and then go to beautiful hotels with her or him girlfriend or boyfriend but then Jules wished something in special and Santa gave all the children their presents and  all the children all around the world were happy and he was very happy almost because he made all the children wishes true. All the children will be happy after this no one will forget this day when Santa gave everyone a present.
                                                 THE END
BY: Karla & Alejandro

Friday, November 21, 2014

Circulatory system

 Circulatory system
We make a ship and we enter to a body to see the circulatory system
The circulatory system is one of the most important ones because it is in charge of taking the blood to the body and oxygen.
One interesting fact is that the heart beat 3 billion times in a lifetime. Some other fact is the plasma.the plasma is the liquid part of the blood and it contains oxygen and other things.

Eduardo Hdz and Sebastian Chavez

Circulatory system

                                               Circulatory system 
Once upon a time a little boy was in an exposition of the circulatory system to learn more of his body because he has a medical exam.
He learned more about his heart and its functions like how blood flows,how the arteries work,the blood circulates oxygen,etc.
In the exposition also said that the veins transport blood to all the body in that moment one person shoot the kid and the kid fell down but the platelets stop the blooding and the kid stand up in that moment the person get out of the place and the kid say -why I stop bleeding? and the creator of the exposition said to the kid - that was your platelets the kid say -what are the platelets? -Platelets, also called "thrombocytes", are blood cells whose function is to stop bleeding. The kid was astonished in that moment the kid want to learn more about the circulatory in the school always select the circulatory system and in the university they study science and now that kid is a very smart scientist.
Ivan griera caballero and Luis Alfonso orozco Velazquez 

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Viaje al centro de la tierra

Apenas empiezo a leer el libro pero hasta donde voy me ha gustado mucho porque te presentan a cada uno de sus personajes y sus historias.

Sebastian Farias

Tuesday, November 11, 2014


Good Morning Parents, Principal, Teachers and Classmates of Jules Verne School. Today, we celebrate one more year of our Revolution. We, the group of Seventh Grade are going to talk about some of the events that happened during that period.

By Diego Tonatiuh

The Mexican Revolution broke out in 1910 when the decades-old rule of PresidentPorfirio Díaz was challenged by Francisco I. Madero, a reformist writer and politician. When Díaz refused to allow clean elections, Madero's calls for revolution were answered by Emiliano Zapata in the south and Pascual Orozco and Pancho Villa in the north.

By Alex Mancera

Porfirio Díaz was President of Mexico from 1876 to 1880 and from 1884 to 1911, and was unofficial ruler from 1880 to 1884 as well. His time in power is referred to as the "Porfiriato."

By Fernando Cortés 

Díaz ruthlessly clung to power for decades, but after the turn of the century his grip on the nation started to slip. The people were unhappy: an economic recession meant that many lost their jobs and people began calling for change. Díaz promised free elections in 1910.

By Karla Yunnuen

Díaz expected to win easily and legally, and was therefore shocked when it became evident that his opponent in the 1910 election, Francisco I. Madero, was likely to win. Madero, a reformist writer who came from a wealthy family, was an unlikely revolutionary: he was short and skinny, with a high-pitched voice which tended to become quite shrill when he was excited. A teetotaler and vegetarian, he also claimed to be able to speak to ghosts and spirits, including his dead brother and Benito Juárez. Madero didn't have any real plan for Mexico after Díaz: he simply felt that someone else should rule after decades of Don Porfirio.

By Sebastián Farías

Díaz fixed the elections, arresting Madero on false charges of plotting armed insurrection. Madero was bailed out of jail by his father and went to San Antonio, Texas, where he watched Díaz easily "win" re-election. Convinced that there was no other way to get Díaz to step down, Madero called for an armed rebellion, ironically the same charge that had been trumped-up against him. According to Madero's Plan of San Luis Potosi, November 20 was the date for the insurrection to start.

By Sebastián Chávez 

In the southern state of Morelos, Madero's call was answered by peasant leader Emiliano Zapata, who hoped a revolution would lead to land reform. In the north, muleteer Pascual Orozco and bandit chieftain Pancho Villa also took up arms. All three rallied thousands of men to their rebel armies.

By Iván Griera

Orozco and Villa had great success against the federal forces and in February 1911 Madero returned and joined them in the north. As the three generals closed in on the capital, Díaz could see the writing on the wall. By May of 1911 it was clear that he could not win and he went into exile. In June, Madero entered the city in triumph.

By Roberto Serrano

Madero barely had time to get comfortable in Mexico City before things got hot. He faced rebellion on all sides, as the remnants of Díaz' regime hated him and he broke all of his promises to those who had supported him. Orozco, sensing that Madero was not going to reward him for his role in the overthrow of Díaz, once again took up arms. Zapata, who had been instrumental in defeating Díaz, took to the field again when it became clear that Madero had no real interest in land reform.

By Eduardo Hernández 

In November of 1911, Zapata wrote up his famous Plan of Ayala, which called for Madero's removal, demanded land reform, and named Orozco Chief of the Revolution. Félix Díaz, the former dictator's nephew, declared himself in open rebellion in Veracruz. By the middle of 1912, Villa was Madero's only remaining ally, although Madero did not realize it.

BY Daniela Cabrera

We hope you enjoyed our presentation, and that you learned more  about our Mexican history and culture. Thank you for your attention!

By Luis Alfonso Orosco

Día de acción de gracias

En .u.s.a.
 Hacen una cena  comen  pavo
Cuando en noviembre


Dia de acción de Gracias

cuando:19 de febrero de1795 
Como: dicen que en Rusia que bailan con una pulsera 

Friday, November 7, 2014


The School Is called Julio Verne School  these school have extra classes guitar,karate,foot ball,robotic.The normal classes are English,Spanish,Music,physical education,body expression,kitchen,art.The principal is Mayus Chavez,In these year the teachers of 6th is teacher David and teacher Rebeca.The celebrations on these school is Halloween,Christmas,thanks giving,the kids day and the Indepence.

By Fernando Cortés


Mi school is very interesting and is different to others because the teachers are very friendly and also my friends are the best in the world,my best friend is Chavez and it doesn't mater if we are fighting he will always be my best friend and all the clases are awesome like jazz,fiscal education,music,art,English,Spanish,cooking class,chorus,soccer.
Every Thursday some parents came to the school and sell some food for us like sandwiches,nuggets etc . They also give us water.
The 3 favorite classes for me are Spanish,English and jazz because the teachers are very funny and friendly.
At 1:45 the classes end and we are able to go to our homes and rest.

BY Alex Mancera


I think my school is very different from another's because here we have English, we can use iPads and the teachers are very funny.

The school is very small but I feel very comfortable with all my classmates and friends.

There are many extracurricular classes like jazz, physical education, music, art, cooking class and football.

Every Thursday some parents came to the school to sell us some food like sandwiches, fruit and water.
The classes begin at 7:50 and finish at 1:45.

In recess all my friends and y love to jump the rope.

BY Sebastian Farias.


                                           -JVS SCHOOL-

My school is the best school ever! It is small but it has a lot of children and teachers that are always for you when you need help. We have from kindergarten to 7th grade of elementary school, and we have around 100 to 200 students in total. We have 5 specials classes every week, physical activity, cooking class, art class, music class and dance class. And it have extracurricular activities like Karate, Chorus, guitar etc. My school has a very good environment because we have friendly people and we have the chance to coexist with Canadian children because we have students exchanges every year! We have 2 subjects everyday, English class and Spanish class. Our teachers are amazing because they are very good persons that (for me) know everything! We have funny activities everyday and the conclusion is......MY SCHOOL IS THE BEST SCHOOL EVER!

Daniela Cabrera Chávez

My School "JVS"

My school is in the south of the city. It has around 180 students age 2-13.
We have lessons from 8:00 to 2:00 except the guys who go to extracurricular classes like: football, karate, robotic, guitar classes, chorus etc. The lessons are divided in English and Spanish and in that two classes we saw. Every year there is an  student exchange when one year we go to Canada and the next year they came to JVS. We have sport class, corporal expresion, music class, art class etc.
The svhool is not very big we don't have alot of space to play but we have a good space to play.

By Sebastian Chavez


My School
My school's name is Jules Verne School. It is a very small school with kindergarten and elementary school. It is a bilingual school where you learn english and spanish. It has a student exchange program with Canada. In 7th grade/6º grado in spanish class we have a teacher named Miss Rebeca and in english our teacher is teacher David. The classes are based in UNO system and sometimes we use iPads, like right now. My school is amazing and i like it too much, i hope that in the future i can return to visit it and have great memories about it. Besides, we have amazing special classes like physical education, jazz class, art, music, etc. JVS is the best school I have assisted ever. 
Eduardo Hdz


My school is amazing! In my school we are like 100 students, we have a lot of especial classes like dance class, cooking class, music, physical education and art, and we use the iPads! in Spanish and English class. My school have different extracurricular classes like chorus, robotic class, football, guitar class etc.. I have a lot of friends but in my class there are only 2 girls! D: but the most amazing thing of my school are the student exchange with Canada! 🍂⛺️ And we have visits to museums, aquariums etc.

Karla Yunnuen 

Visita al acuario

El acuario Inbursa se fundó el 11 de Junio del 2014, es el acuario más grande de la República Mexicana con 3.500 metros cuadrados de área de exhibición. Contiene 800 millones litros de agua del Golfo de Mexico. Se encuentra en Nuevo Polanco, Miguel de  Cervantes 386 en la Plaza Carso y alberga alrededor de 3.000 ejemplares de 230 especies como caballitos de mar, medusas, tiburones, estrellas de mar, rayas, peces de diferentes especies etc.

Karla Yunnuen 

Repotaje Acuario Inbursa

El Acuario Inbursa se fundó el 11de Juninio del 2014, es el acuario mas grande de toda la República Mexicana con 3.500 metros cuadrádos de area de exhibition. Contiene 8 mill ones de litres de agua del Golfo de México. Se encuentra  en Nuevo Polanco, Miguel De Cervantes 386 en la plaza Carso. Tiene Alrededor de 3 mil ejemplares y 230 especies.
Sebastián Chávez Aguilar

Tipos de reportaje

Hay 3 tipos de reportaje el expositivo, el narrativo, y el descriptivo de estos tres elegimos el narrativo para describir como es el acuario, cuantas especies tiene, cuales son etc.  

Karla Yunnuen

Visita Acuario Inbursa

La vista al acuario estuvo genial, porque vimos a muchos diferentes tipos de peces y aprendimos mucho sobre ellos, por ejemplo aprendí que algunas medusas son inmortales, que existe un pez que ayuda al tiburón en limpiarle sus bacterias, que las mantarras y rayas tiene un aguijón que tiene muchas toxinas, etc. Recomiendo mucho la visita!!!! 😅


Thursday, November 6, 2014


I would like to help homeless people because they don't have some place to live and some of them may be ill and their parents must be sick too .So I would buy them some medicines and I would visit them and i will give them food 

By Alex Mancera


I want to help the homeless because they dies of hunger and I want to send food,water and some money to buy it some clothes,food and buy water and I can refugee them in my home I want that the homeless live better because he is sick Ivan Griera caballero


I would help homeless because they need a house .I would also help them with food and money but first, I need volunteers to help the homeless.I want to help homeless people because they need more things like water,food etc.

By Fernando Cortes and Roberto Serrano


I would like to help african people by giving them water and food ,because they don't have a good economy  and they can't pay a good health insurance. They have al ot of diseases and I would like to help them because is not fair that people waste a lot of food and water and african people can barely  eat.

Sebastián Chávez Aguilar


I would like to help by giving food to the people who don't have anything to eat. I would like to go to some countries to give food to little kids. I would like to help them because we all have the same rights and is not fair that we little the food meanwhile they don't have anything to eat.

By Daniela Cabrera Chávez 

I want volunteer to help in a aquarium, zoo or go to another countries to bring food, I want to help in these places because I want to take care of the animals, and because I want to bring food to the people that don't have it.

Karla  Yunnuen 

Monday, October 27, 2014


Una leyenda es un relato de hechos humanos que se transmite de generación

en generación.

Una leyenda tiene como característica fundamental, que es de carácter oral, es decir, es un relato hablado que se transmite tradicionalmente en un lugar, un pueblo, una población. 

La leyenda, en lugar de explicar algo sobrenatural, trata de dar a conocer, de manera llamativa, las características de un pueblo, región, etc. Es esa cercanía con la cultura de un lugar determinado, lo que hace a la leyenda parte del folclore.

                                                     LA LLORONA

La llorona es una leyenda que tiene toques prehispánicos y de la colonia, una de las versiones más resonadas cuenta lo siguiente:

En tiempos de la conquista, cuando las noches no se alumbraban más que por la luna, se cuenta que existió una mujer que salía por las calles del caído Tenochtitlán para llorar a sus hijos muertos y conquistados, se dice que ésta alma en pena recorría las calles gimiendo y llorando en busca de sus hijos desaparecidos, aterrorizando a la gente que solo se persignaba y se escondía en sus casas.

Se dice que cuando alguien se atrevía a seguirla y ella lograba verlo éste enloquecía, perdiendo la razón, y cuando la seguían sin que los viera se perdía de vista en la obscuridad cerca del lago.

Muchos creían que ésta mujer ahogó a sus hijos para evitar verlos conquistados o civilizados por los conquistadores y arrepentida de ello se volvió loca y peno el resto de su vida buscándolos.

El culto a los ancestros en Mesoamérica

Aunque la información más detallada sobre el culto a los ancestros en Mesoamérica se refiere a las sociedades del Posclásico, es posible suponer que se trata de una práctica ritual de gran antigüedad; entre las funciones atribuidas a las esculturas olmecas,por ejemplo, está la de conmemorar la memoria de sus dirigentes.

Día de Muertos (actual)

El Día de Muertos es considerado la tradición más representativa de la cultura mexicana. La celebración se lleva a cabo en dos días: el 1 de noviembre es dedicado al alma de los niños y el 2 de noviembre a la de los adultos.

También para recordarlos hacemos calaveritas sobre ellos.

La muerte en esta mañana
Sin temor a equivocarse
La selección mexicana
Al panteón quiere llevarse

En parte como un castigo
Por su no buen desempeño
Con la guadaña consigo
Por si alguien le frunce el ceño



Una leyenda es una narración de hechos naturales, sobrenaturales o mezclados, que se transmite de generación en generación de forma oral o escrita.

Una leyenda, a diferencia de un cuento, está ligada siempre a un elemento preciso y se centra en la integración de este elemento en el mundo cotidiano o la historia de la comunidad a la cual pertenece.

Por ejemplo :

La calle de Don Juan Manuel.


La llorona 

El callejón del muerto 


La festividad del Día de Muertos tiene un origen remoto. Por la falta de evidencias históricas no es posible tener un conocimiento exacto de cómo ha surgido. Sin embargo algunos estudiosos consideran que se remonta hasta el año 800 a.c..

Varios siglos más adelante hay más certezas que la actual celebración del Día de los Muertos sería descendiente del llamado Festival de Muertos, un ritual celebrado por los aztecas en los meses de julio y de agosto.

Era la fiesta con que los mexicanos celebraban el final de la cosecha de frijol, garbanzo, maíz y calabaza.

Estos alimentos consistían en parte de la ofrenda que se le entregaba a la diosa azteca Mictecacihuatl. La Diosa Mictecacihuatl es en la mitología azteca la reina de Chinahmictlan y, además, la guardiana del noveno nivel del infierno, al que los aztecas llamaron Mictlan.

Los investigadores creen que la herencia del Festival de Muertos se mezcla con otra costumbre prehispánica: sepultar junto a los muertos objetos, comida y ofrendas. Esta costumbre nace de la creencia de que cuando mueren las personas viajan al reino de Mictlán y luego llegan a Tlalocan (el “cielo” de la cultura azteca). Por eso el muerto necesita para el viaje –por ejemplo- comida y agua, o veladoras para iluminarse.


Saturday, October 25, 2014


Hi everyone, for our speech exam we decided to represent Halloween creatures and talk a little bit about them. Hope you enjoy it. Seventh grade group.

Nurse Zombie

By Roberto Serrano

Frankenstein's Monster 

By Sebastian Farias

Countess Elizabeth Bathory

By Daniela Cabrera

Michael Myers

By Alejandro Mancera

Count Dracula

By Karla Buenrostro


By Diego Tonatiuh

The Orphan

By Sebastian Chavez


By Luis Alfonso Orosco

Jason Voorhees

By Iván Griera

Wednesday, October 22, 2014


                                     Haunted house (maze)

By: Sebastian Farias, Sebastian Chavez, Eduardo Hernandez, Ivan Griera and Fernando Cortes

The objective is to scare the students, attract the audiences but also to have fun.

¿What am I going to do ?
We are going to do a maze with Mexican legends and traditions.

¿How am I going to do it?
We are going to do it with many scare jumps and the best disguises ever.

Students Materials: , blood, hooks, newspaper, cotton, black and white spray, unicellular heads (skulls), clothes and creppe paper, pieces of clothing and cotton.

School materials: curtain, carton boxes, awning, screens

Rules: work as a team, do not touch the students, do not spill water or blood on the students, do not insult the students, dismantle the haunted house, do not paint the classroom. 

Event: maze, October 30th 2014


Welcome to the maze, no one has survived,try to enter and get out alive, it's going to be funny.

A group of students heard about a legend of an abandoned house and decided to go investigate and see if the legend was true.
When they entered ,the door closed by itself and the students couldn't get out, so, the students got trapped in the house. For getting out, they needed to solve a maze. As the time passed on, the students got separated and missing, only two stayed together very terrorized .
They did everything to not get separated from each other, but after a while they accidentally separated and they never found each other. 
One got out of the maze, but the other stayed crying when he realized that the exit closed and he could never got out.
Now the boy is still walking in the maze waiting to take his next victim for finally going back home.


Maze design:


With help from: Teacher Rebeca and Teacher David

Tuesday, October 21, 2014


By Daniela Cabrera, Karla Buenrostro, Alejandro Mancera, Diego Tonatiuh, Luis Alfonso Orosco and Roberto Serrano

Objective of the haunted house: Scare the people attract the audiences and have fun.

Topic: The Myers's house.
Story: (Amytiville, 1828) Once upon a time there was a "normal" family or at least that is what they belived. The Myers had 5 children, 2 girls and 3 boys. They looked just like a normal family but....that wasn't true. That family was different to the other families, they were weird.The village was afraid of them ,they thought they had dark secrets. One day a little boy from a good family disappeared  and the people of the town thought that the Myers kibnapped him. Everyone scared, decided to go and finish with them. They burned their house and murdered the Myers. Time after they died the village discovered that they were innocents but it was too late. The terror began when little children began to saw the Myers spirits and always when a boy or girl saw the spirits, they disappeared . Nowadays the Myers are taking young souls just like you, to take revenge.


-What am I going to do? 
The Myers's house

-How am I going to do it?
Working as a team, using materials, and with organization and communications. 

-Beggining: Video
Event: Final product.

Materials: Crepe paper, newspapers, hooks, old pieces of clothing, boxes, skulls, artificial blood, costumes, black and white spray paint. 

School Materials: black curtain, boxes ,awning and screens. 

Do not touch the students
Do not insult the students
Do not spill water or blood on students
Dismantle the Hunted House 
Do not paint the classroom

Michael:If you enter here you will not be able do come back HAHAHA.
Johnny Myers:Escape as fast as possible if you want to survive.
Joanna and Gena:if you get in you won't come back.

Evidence :

With help from: teacher David and Miss Rebeca