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  1. 1. Docente: Roger Silva Vargas Integrantes: Juan Carlos Said Fiestas Córdova Noe Javier Baldera Piscoya Aaron Segundo García Bances Curso: Historia Grado: 1º de secundaria Sección: “A” Periodo de la determinación de la nacionalidad
  2. 2. INTRODUCCION Los que temas hablaremos a continuación serán: -El gobierno de José de la mar -Como termina el gobierno del José de la mar -El ejecutivo Agustín Gamarra -En que consistía el gobierno de Luis José de Orbegoso -El abrazo de manquinhuaya -El gobierno de Salaverry - Por que el presidente Salaverry se revela
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  5. 5. About Generation of ‘27 01 You can enter a subtitle here if you need it
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  7. 7. Methodology Venus is the second planet from the Sun Research Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Data Study Neptune is very far away from the Earth Analysis Jupiter is the biggest planet of them all Comparison
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  10. 10. —Someone Famous “This is a quote, words full of wisdom that someone important said and can make the reader get inspired.”
  11. 11. Study objectives Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet from the Sun Venus Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest of them all Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place full of iron oxide dust Mercury Mars
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  13. 13. Introduction Title of the thesis Venus has a beautiful name and is the second planet in the Solar System. It’s terribly hot— even hotter than Mercury—and its atmosphere is extremely poisonous
  14. 14. This is a map Venus is the second planet from the Sun Venus Mercury is the smallest planet Mercury Earth is the only planet with life Earth
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  20. 20. Literature review Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and the smallest of them all Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place full of iron oxide dust Theory 01 Theory 02
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  27. 27. Secondary objectives Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place Venus has a beautiful name and high temperatures Mercury Mars Venus Saturn is a gas giant and has several rings Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest one Earth is the third planet from the Sun Saturn Jupiter Earth
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  32. 32. A picture is worth a thousand words
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  41. 41. Timeline Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun Mars Mars is actually a very cold place 1927 Now 2027
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  43. 43. Images reveal large amounts of data, so remember: Use an image instead of a long text A picture always reinforces the concept
  44. 44. Important percentages Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun 33.5% Despite being red, Mars is a cold place 18.2% Saturn is the only planet with rings 26.7%
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  48. 48. Methodology Research Venus has a beautiful name, but it’s terribly hot Data Study Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place Analysis Jupiter is the biggest planet in the Solar System Comparison Saturn is the only planet with rings To modify this graph, click on it, follow the link, change the data and paste the new graph here
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  53. 53. Results analysis To modify this graph, click on it, follow the link, change the data and paste the new graph here
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  61. 61. Conclusions You can talk about the conclusions here Conclusion A You can talk about the conclusions here Conclusion B You can talk about the conclusions here Conclusion C You can talk about the conclusions here Conclusion D
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