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Education in the Bolivia

First year of schooling secondary education
Subject Quarters
Quarter 1

Languages ​​of the Plurinational State of Bolivia: What is language, history, mother tongue, living languages, languages ​​in extinction

  • Geographic location of each language
  • Orality and literary production before the colony
  • Literary manifestations with non-linguistic signs related to Mother Earth and the Cosmos expressed before the colony
Quarter 2
  • Linguistics: ethnolinguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics
  • Factors that determine the use of a language
  • Language and thought
  • Phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax
  • Phonemes and their characteristics in the native languages
  • Vocal characterization of the native languages ​​of the region
Quarter 3
  • Structure of languages: Native language, Spanish and foreign language
  • Characteristics according to phonetics: Context and its function in native languages ​​and Spanish
  • Pronunciation, pauses, referents
  • Vocalization of consonants in native languages
Quarter 4

The original language and Spanish

  • Language skills
  • Language practice: native and Spanish
  • Reading of the original language (How we read)
  • Writing of the original language (How we write)
  • Spanish and its characteristics
Quarter 1

Communication: elements and functions (as a sociability process)

  • Application in the use of language in real situations
  • Examples of functions
  • Forms of communication in the Nations Indigenous Peoples Native Peasants Afro-Bolivian in native languages
  • Elaboration of the vowel characteristics of the native languages
Quarter 2
  • Alternative forms of communication: signs, signals, symbols
  • Oral and written communication
  • Management of name substitutes in native languages ​​in the communication
  • Types of communication: Formal communication (academic writing) and informal communication (writing on the networks)
  • Ethics in communication
Quarter 3
  • Communication in the family
  • Communication in social spaces
  • Communication and socio-historical meanings
Quarter 1

Stories as oral tradition. (In mother tongue -original and / or Spanish- according to each region)

  • Guardian myths in attention to each region
  • Functions of oral tradition stories
  • Guided reading: Chiriguana legend of the origin of man, by Antonio Paredes Candia
  • Reflective analysis on the subject
Quarter 2
  • Reading: Chronicle of Moral and Natural History of the Indies, by Josep Acosta (chapters of choice)
  • Analysis: Time, space and characters
  • Reading: Testimonies, letters and indigenous manifests: from the conquest, by Lienhard Martin
  • Comparative analysis
Quarter 3

Theater: Forms of representation

  • Reading: “Fuente ovejuna” Pedro Calderón de la Barca*Analog analysis on the subject raised
  • Literary manifestations of our cultures (36) Composition, elements, characteristics representations before, during and towards the end of cultural events(Holidays / Agrofest). Context Collection
  • Poetry: In languages ​​of the region
  • Reading: "Romance of the Aymara" by Arturo Valda Chavarria
  • Reading: Life of Apiaguaiki Tüpa
Quarter 4

The novel as a literary genre

  • Readings: "The other rooster" by Jorge Suarez
  • Reading: "The Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad
  • Analysis of the text with the Greimas scheme
Social sciences
Quarter 1

Social Sciences as a part of Human Knowledge

  • Branches of the Social Sciences
  • Social science methodology
  • What interests the Social Sciences in Bolivia and the World today

Geography in Social Sciences

  • Human Geography and Physical Geography
  • Branches of Human Geography
  • Political geography
  • Population Geography
  • Economic geography
Quarter 2

Economic Sectors

  • Primary sector
  • Secondary sector
  • Third sector
  • Quaternary Sector

Factors that condition Economic Activity

  • Physical factor
  • Geographic factor
  • Human factor

From the social sciences we analyze problems and situations, current and alternative proposals

  • Eradication of extreme poverty
  • Food sovereignty through the construction of knowing how to feed to Live Well
  • Democracy, sovereignty and transparency
  • International Law and Justice*Human rights
  • Decolonization and complementary integration of people
Quarter 3

Bolivia Economic Geography

  • Production in my Municipality
  • Influence of the international economy in Bolivia

Economic Activities in Bolivia and the World (I)

  • Farming
  • Livestock
  • Forestry
  • Aquaculture
  • Beekeeping
  • Hunting and Fishing

Economic Activities in Bolivia and the World (II)

  • Mining- Metallic- Non metallic
  • Exploitation and Industrialization of Hydrocarbons
Quarter 4

Economic Activities in Bolivia and the World (III)

  • Craftsmanship in the original villages and today
  • Public and Private Industry
  • Building
  • Electric Power Production

Economic Activities in Bolivia and the World (IV)

  • Commerce, from the markets of my municipality to international trade
  • Finance
  • Tourism, gastronomy, hospitality, shows and arts
  • Public and private administration, prioritizing health and education
Foreign Language- English/French
Quarter 1

The Community and Cultural Diversity

  • Presentations through dialogues about our body and its care- Questions words- What, who, how, how old?
Quarter 2

Everyday Physical Appearance and Personality

  • Actions of the daily live and the places of our community-Subjects pronouns- Yes No questions questions with is.- Wh questions (1)- Where is it?- Prepositions of place in, on, under- Subjects pronouns, Yes No questions, Possessive adjective, Action Verbs
Quarter 3

Mother Earth in Harmony with the Cosmos

  • Tours to the community environment in food, clothing and animals- Wh-Questions, Yes / No Questions, Adverbs- Have got, Present simple: Like Adjectives- Present simple like, Wh-Questions
Quarter 4

Language as a means of expressing our cultures, through exchanges

  • Sports and healthy eating.- There is there are- Yes / No questions, Can for abilities, Negative form, Let´s- Imperative- Negative imperative
Physical Education, Sports and Recreation
Quarter 1

Community Basic Gym

  • Organization exercises- Habits, values ​​and attitudes of physical education and sport
  • Motor skills in connection with nature
  • Coordination abilities: General, specific coordination and coordinating skills
  • Conditional capabilities: Strength, speed, endurance and flexibility
  • Resulting abilities: skill and agility
  • Sports initiation and school sports: athletics
  • Low intensity races
  • Relay races.
  • Long jump, with natural technique
  • High jump, with natural technique
  • Community recreational games
  • Games with alternative materials
  • Games of indigenous peoples and diversity
  • Participation of the community in recreational activities
  • Revaluation of food cultures in physical activities
  • Basic rules of the games
Quarter 2

Sports in Community Integration Football:-

  • Football initiation games
  • Exercises of driving the ball, with internal, external and instep
  • Receptions.- Auction- Fats and dribbling
  • Participation in sports activities inside and outside the educational community
Quarter 3


  • Basketball initiation games
  • Basic positions- Dribbling: at different heights and in different directions
  • Passes and receptions: different, with one or two hands
  • Releases: different
  • Multiple exercises with ball.
Quarter 4


  • Volleyball initiation games
  • Basic positions
  • Fingering and forearm
  • Hit the ball above and below
  • Basic exercises varying pedagogical situations
  • Another alternative sport to the context
  • Alternative sports- Body and rhythmic expression- Chess, Handball, Artistic gymnastics
Musical Education
Quarter 1

Bolivian Cultural Expressions as practice and recovery of socio-community values (Civism and Patriotism)

  • Origin and characteristics of music in Bolivia, from its community context
  • Analysis, differentiation and affirmation of the concept of: hymn and song in our context and culture*Vocal apprehension, relaxation, breathing exercises and vocalization
  • Importance of hearing as a form of communication, knowledge andinter and intercultural and multilingual enrichment
  • Intonation from hymns marches according calendar civic
  • Summary of the signs and elements of the reading and writing of the previous grade
  • Elements of music: rhythm, harmony, melody and texture applied in our context
  • Origin, structure, codes, styles and construction techniques of the instruments-context musicals

Development of the Auditory Training- Vocal as personal development, with musical methods and techniques in Function to Intra-development Interculturality

  • Original musical instruments, classification, characteristics, forms of interpretation according to agricultural calendar
  • The song aspects interpretive: tuning, precision, diction, phrasing and expression
  • Repertoire of songs in native language of the region and / or context
  • Musical reading of the Keys (sol, fa, do)
  • Figures, silences and their values
  • Lace, double lace Ligatures of expression and prolongation
  • Simple measures
  • Music repertoire; indigenous tradition according to the context of each region
Quarter 2

Introduction to the language of musical theory as an intra-process intercultural and Plurilingue

  • Authors and musical performers before and after the colony
  • Analysis and consolidation of unusual words in patriotic hymns
  • Vocal, body expression and choreography
  • Intonation of the various musical scales: pentatonic, diatonic in practice musical
  • Sound parameters: height, duration, intensity and timbre in the instrument musical
  • Initiation to the solfeo
  • Rhythmic reading exercises: phonetic and percussive in measures of musical genres most used in context
Quarter 3

Development of Instrumental musical artistic facts, Asintra-interculturality process, according to the context:(originating,folk, contemporary and modern)

  • Intercultural coexistence of music and dance as cultural manifestations,and their relationship with the agricultural calendar of the region
  • Repertoire of songs and canons of context: two, three and four voices
  • Reproduction and creation of rhythmic motifs, based on rhythmic orchestrations withcontext content
  • Instrumental practice based on rhythmic-melodic reading with body expression
Teacher qualifications
Teacher qualifications
Media & Information literacy
Media & Information literacy
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About the research
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