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Title: Sociedades de intercambio señorío étnico los Quitu – Cara
Authors: Matabay Pillajo, Nancy del Rocio
Keywords: enseñanza;identidad;culturas aborígenes;maestría en geografía e historia
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Universidad Nacional de Educación
Series/Report no.: TFM-GH;1
Abstract: Why is it important to teach aboriginal cultures in the second year of high school? Because these topics allow the enrichment and awareness of the students about their origins and their identity. Hence the emphasis on the rescue, description and analysis of those original, founding cultural elements that shape the thinking and way of being of the Latin American and the Ecuadorian, from the great contributions and the legacy of their aboriginal, mestizo and afro societies descendants (Garcés, 2014); which explains, on the one hand, the daily reactions and feelings of its social actors. (MED, 2012). The theme of my work is focused on motivating the students of II high school on: "Integration Societies: Ethnic Lordship - The Quitu", has as main purpose to strengthen in the second year students of Baccalaureate, the cultural identity, through the questions such as: What are the aboriginal exchange societies? Why is it important to know about pre-Columbian peoples and cultures? What territory did the Quitus occupy and what material evidence have they left as a legacy? What cultural manifestations of this ethnic manor has been strengthened throughout our history? In order to answer our questions, it is important to know, describe, analyze and represent the cultural trait left by one of the great peoples that inhabited our territory: The Quitus. The objective is for the student to recognize; The roots of Ecuador, our Homeland, which are also those of each one of us. For this reason we are committed to the study of its history (Ayala, 2015). We must remember that well-guided students can be potential creators of cultural and economic wealth. Through the search for innovative techniques of the study of history learned during the master's degree.
metadata.dc.description.degree: Magister En Geografía e Historia
URI: http://repositorio.unae.edu.ec/handle/123456789/599
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