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ΠΑΡΑΚΑΛΟΥΜΕ ΝΑ ΠΑΤΗΣΕΤΕ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΠΡΟΒΟΛΗ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΙΑΣΗΣ ΣΕ ΠΛΗΡΗ ΟΘΟΝΗ ΠΑΡΑΚΑΛΟΥΜΕ ΝΑ ΠΑΤΗΣΕΤΕ F5 ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΠΡΟΒΟΛΗ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΙΑΣΗΣ ΣΕ ΠΛΗΡΗ ΟΘΟΝΗ HAVE FUN!!!! ΜΕ.

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1 ΠΑΡΑΚΑΛΟΥΜΕ ΝΑ ΠΑΤΗΣΕΤΕ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΠΡΟΒΟΛΗ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΙΑΣΗΣ ΣΕ ΠΛΗΡΗ ΟΘΟΝΗ ΠΑΡΑΚΑΛΟΥΜΕ ΝΑ ΠΑΤΗΣΕΤΕ F5 ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ ΠΡΟΒΟΛΗ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΙΑΣΗΣ ΣΕ ΠΛΗΡΗ ΟΘΟΝΗ HAVE FUN!!!! ΜΕ ΕΚΤΙΜΗΣΗ Γ1 ΓΥΜΝΑΣΙΟΥ ΑΡΝΑΙΑΣ

2 PHENOMENA C1 Arnea High School PHENOMENA C1 Arnea High School THINK TEEN Painting Wax Art Music ANIMAL WORLD TEEN MASTER CHEFS UK STUFF Season Customs UK holidays Traditional UK celebrations Big Ben TIME FOR FUN

3 THINK TEEN Hi there! Let us introduce you to one particular subject that attracted our attention in our school book this year, ARTS. Hi there! Let us introduce you to one particular subject that attracted our attention in our school book this year, ARTS. We have chosen three We have chosen three relevant fields of artistic expression and we present them to you. relevant fields of artistic expression and we present them to you.

4 a) PAINTING SALVATOR DALI : the Surrealism master Karastergiou Argiro.- Aggeliki Zogou. Manolis Kasampalis.- Marina Karadhmhtra

5 Why Dali? Because we were fascinated by his personality Salvador Dali was a surrealist painter born in 1904 in Figueras, Catalonia. He studied art in several different parts of the country, and became a master at adapting various styles into his repertoire without trying hard. When he was a teenager, he was Freuds fan. He liked the link between artistic works and the subconscious mind, which caused him to focus heavily on the content of his art. Dali became very aware of the things he was trying to convey to the viewer, all the while dabbling in erotic and dreamlike imagery. Another major influence on his work was becoming immersed in the works of the Paris Surrealists who liked to paint from the subconscious mind, not necessarily with a definitive purpose in mind for the outcome of the work. Salvador Dali was a surrealist painter born in 1904 in Figueras, Catalonia. He studied art in several different parts of the country, and became a master at adapting various styles into his repertoire without trying hard. When he was a teenager, he was Freuds fan. He liked the link between artistic works and the subconscious mind, which caused him to focus heavily on the content of his art. Dali became very aware of the things he was trying to convey to the viewer, all the while dabbling in erotic and dreamlike imagery. Another major influence on his work was becoming immersed in the works of the Paris Surrealists who liked to paint from the subconscious mind, not necessarily with a definitive purpose in mind for the outcome of the work.

6 One of his most famous works was The Persistence of Memory, which he painted as a relatively young man in This painting depicts several pocket watches, detached from their chains, and melting slowly on rocks and a tree branch. It is quite deceiving to the eye initially, because it is a fantasy scene placed over a very lifelike setting, the ocean. The main part of the painting is that hard objects become inexplicably limp in this bleak and infinite dreamscape (The Museum of Modern Art 2007). An interpretation of this is that things that appear strong and always purposeful come to a point where they fade away and become somewhat useless. Many critics of the surrealist painters have felt that there paintings lack substance, and that there appears to be no rhyme of reason for their style of work. But, as we can observe from The Persistence of Memory, this painting certainly has depth and makes a statement. One of his most famous works was The Persistence of Memory, which he painted as a relatively young man in This painting depicts several pocket watches, detached from their chains, and melting slowly on rocks and a tree branch. It is quite deceiving to the eye initially, because it is a fantasy scene placed over a very lifelike setting, the ocean. The main part of the painting is that hard objects become inexplicably limp in this bleak and infinite dreamscape (The Museum of Modern Art 2007). An interpretation of this is that things that appear strong and always purposeful come to a point where they fade away and become somewhat useless. Many critics of the surrealist painters have felt that there paintings lack substance, and that there appears to be no rhyme of reason for their style of work. But, as we can observe from The Persistence of Memory, this painting certainly has depth and makes a statement.

7 b) b) WAX ART

8 WELCOME AT… One of Londons most popular tourist destinations, the Wax Museum of Madame Tussauds which opened its doors to the public in 1835 and has branches in a number of major cities One of Londons most popular tourist destinations, the Wax Museum of Madame Tussauds which opened its doors to the public in 1835 and has branches in a number of major cities Marie Tussaud was a talented young woman, a native of France. Her first exhibition was in 1835 on Baker Street following the 1845 well-known Chamber of Horrors collection. Marie Tussaud was a talented young woman, a native of France. Her first exhibition was in 1835 on Baker Street following the 1845 well-known Chamber of Horrors collection.

9 Today the museum has 5 main sections

10 The Blush where you can see wax models of celebrities

11 The Premier Night: a collection of people in the entertainment industry

12 Chamber Live: the best known collection of death masks that she had made of the victims of the French Revolution.

13 The World Stage : a collection of world leaders, royalty and intellectuals

14 The spirit of London is a more of a voyage through Londons past.

15 … …but how are the figures made ? Each year Madame Tussauds Studios make approximately 40 to 50 figures. The Studios supply figures to all Madame Tussauds around the world. Before making a figure they decide where it will be placed, what its pose should be, and possibly how it should relate to other figures. If the person chosen to be portrayed is available, he or she will attend a sitting in purpose- built rooms at Merlin Studios, Acton, West London. If not, Tussauds sculptors travel all over the world to come to the stars! Each year Madame Tussauds Studios make approximately 40 to 50 figures. The Studios supply figures to all Madame Tussauds around the world. Before making a figure they decide where it will be placed, what its pose should be, and possibly how it should relate to other figures. If the person chosen to be portrayed is available, he or she will attend a sitting in purpose- built rooms at Merlin Studios, Acton, West London. If not, Tussauds sculptors travel all over the world to come to the stars!

16 ...and some PRACTICAL INFORMATION Madame Tussauds is open seven days a week. Normal opening hours are 09:30 – 17:30. Peak opening hours are 09: :00. Peak times are every weekend and UK school holidays. Madame Tussauds is open seven days a week. Normal opening hours are 09:30 – 17:30. Peak opening hours are 09: :00. Peak times are every weekend and UK school holidays. Christmas Eve 09: :30, closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day 10: :00 and New Years Day 10: :00. Christmas Eve 09: :30, closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day 10: :00 and New Years Day 10: :00. Please refer to for full details. Please refer to for full details. Aggeliki Zogou Aggeliki Zogou Argiro Karastergiou Argiro Karastergiou

17 c) MUSIC The Scorpions Bob Marley SOME PEOPLE FEEL THE RAIN. OTHERS JUST GET WET

18 The Scorpions is a rock band from Hannover, Germany. Formed in 1965 by guitarist Rudolf Schenker, who is the only constant member of the band. The band became known during the 1980s after the great musical success, mainly through songs Rock You Like a Hurricane, No. Ref one Like You, Send me an Angel, Still Loving You and Wind of Change. The band is classified in 40th position in the list of VH1 with the biggest bands in rock music scene. Also, To Rock You Like a Hurricane is 18th in the list of VH1, with the 100 best rock songs. On 24 January 2010, after 46 years of performances, the band announced that they will retire after a tour in support of their new album Sting in the tail. The band has sold over 100 million albums worldwide. The Scorpions is a rock band from Hannover, Germany. Formed in 1965 by guitarist Rudolf Schenker, who is the only constant member of the band. The band became known during the 1980s after the great musical success, mainly through songs Rock You Like a Hurricane, No. Ref one Like You, Send me an Angel, Still Loving You and Wind of Change. The band is classified in 40th position in the list of VH1 with the biggest bands in rock music scene. Also, To Rock You Like a Hurricane is 18th in the list of VH1, with the 100 best rock songs. On 24 January 2010, after 46 years of performances, the band announced that they will retire after a tour in support of their new album Sting in the tail. The band has sold over 100 million albums worldwide.

19 Some of their most popular songs are: ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE ROCK YOU LIKE A HURRICANE dTQ dTQ NO ONE LIKE YOU NO ONE LIKE YOU B1U B1U WHEN THE SMOKE IS GOING DOWN WHEN THE SMOKE IS GOING DOWN OCsQ OCsQ Aggeliki Zacharoudi Aggeliki Zacharoudi Stella Kasambali Stella Kasambali

20 BOB MARLEY Robert Nesta «Bob» Marley, was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician.He was the guitarist and lead singer for the ska, rocksteady and reggae bands The Wailers ( ) and Bob Marley & The Wailers ( ).Marley remains the most known performer of reggae music, who has helped spread both Jamaican music and the Rastafari movement.Marley's music was influenced by the social issues of his homeland Robert Nesta «Bob» Marley, was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and musician.He was the guitarist and lead singer for the ska, rocksteady and reggae bands The Wailers ( ) and Bob Marley & The Wailers ( ).Marley remains the most known performer of reggae music, who has helped spread both Jamaican music and the Rastafari movement.Marley's music was influenced by the social issues of his homeland ROOTS REGGAE ROOTS REGGAE Roots Reggae is a reggae kind that deals with everyday life.It also coincides with the life of the ghetto sufferer, and the poor farmers. Lyrical themes include spirituality and religion, poverty, black pride, social issues, resistance to government and racial oppression, and repatriation to Africa Roots Reggae is a reggae kind that deals with everyday life.It also coincides with the life of the ghetto sufferer, and the poor farmers. Lyrical themes include spirituality and religion, poverty, black pride, social issues, resistance to government and racial oppression, and repatriation to Africa Vaso Kakka Vaso Kakka

21 ANIMAL WORLD Did you know that... Worlds most expensive cheese made from donkeys' milk costs £800 a wedge ? Tasos Kiatos Nikos Kaltsos

22 The cheese, known as pule, is produced on a donkey farm in Serbia and costs around £800 per kilogram.It is said to require around 25 litres of fresh donkeys' milk to make a single kilogram of the pricey cheese

23 But why is that? Donkeys milk contains a large quantity of enzymes defining it as an excellent antibiotic. It is particularly good for the following categories: Donkeys milk contains a large quantity of enzymes defining it as an excellent antibiotic. It is particularly good for the following categories: children allergic to proteins which can be found in traditional types of milk (goat, cow, etc.) children allergic to proteins which can be found in traditional types of milk (goat, cow, etc.) children in general, because it improves the growth children in general, because it improves the growth older population with the problem of osteoporosis older population with the problem of osteoporosis fast recovery fast recovery those who prefer healthy and natural food those who prefer healthy and natural food

24 Historical Background Cleopatra used to bathe in it to save the beauty of her skin. Cleopatra used to bathe in it to save the beauty of her skin. It was used as a kind of antiseptic.The Greeks regarded it as an excellent remedy, whereas the Romans considered it a luxury drink. It was used as a kind of antiseptic.The Greeks regarded it as an excellent remedy, whereas the Romans considered it a luxury drink. Hippocratus recommended it for treating different diseases, as well as a remedy against poisoning and healing wounds. Hippocratus recommended it for treating different diseases, as well as a remedy against poisoning and healing wounds. Hippocratus even recorded a recipe for one of the first treatment against acne. Hippocratus even recorded a recipe for one of the first treatment against acne. In Paris, many shops selling donkeys milk were opened, where the women from upper class could buy this precious drink. Later on, these shops turned into the shops selling milk for babies intended for mothers who did not have breast milk. The hospital Hospital des Enfants Assistes bred donkeys particularly for this purpose for a number of years. In Paris, many shops selling donkeys milk were opened, where the women from upper class could buy this precious drink. Later on, these shops turned into the shops selling milk for babies intended for mothers who did not have breast milk. The hospital Hospital des Enfants Assistes bred donkeys particularly for this purpose for a number of years. For more information : For more information : magareceg-mleka/ magareceg-mleka/ Tasos Kiatos Tasos Kiatos Kaltsos Nikos Kaltsos Nikos

25 TEEN MASTER CHEFS Easy Devonshire Cream Ingredients Ingredients 1 (3 ounce) package cream cheese 1 (3 ounce) package cream cheese 1 tablespoon white sugar 1 tablespoon white sugar 1 pinch salt 1 pinch salt 1 cup heavy cream 1 cup heavy creamDirections In a medium bowl, cream together cream cheese, sugar and salt. Beat in cream until stiff peaks form. Chill until serving. In a medium bowl, cream together cream cheese, sugar and salt. Beat in cream until stiff peaks form. Chill until serving. Kali Karathanasi Themis Efthimoudis

26 A) UK STUFF A) HOLIDAY SEASON CUSTOMS Christmas The Christmas tree has a central role in the celebration of Christmas. The delivery was very popular during the reign of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, in the mid 19th century.Prince Albert brought the custom from his native Germany. However, even today one can see the traditional "kissing bough".One of the most popular Christmas trees in the country can be found in the heart of London, near the statue of Lord Nelson in Trafalgar Square The Christmas tree has a central role in the celebration of Christmas. The delivery was very popular during the reign of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, in the mid 19th century.Prince Albert brought the custom from his native Germany. However, even today one can see the traditional "kissing bough".One of the most popular Christmas trees in the country can be found in the heart of London, near the statue of Lord Nelson in Trafalgar Square

27 Another custom of England is known as Boxing Day and is celebrated on the second day of Christmas. Small boxes Another custom of England is known as Boxing Day and is celebrated on the second day of Christmas. Small boxes trimmed with food, sweets, little presents are available to anyone visiting the home that day. trimmed with food, sweets, little presents are available to anyone visiting the home that day. Today, while browsing through a local newspaper one can find dozens of events with carols, not only on Christmas Eve, but throughout the holiday season. Today, while browsing through a local newspaper one can find dozens of events with carols, not only on Christmas Eve, but throughout the holiday season. Last but not least Santa Claus is known as Father Christmas. Children, instead of sending letters to tell him what gift they want, throw it in the fireplace and Father Christmas reads the smoke. Last but not least Santa Claus is known as Father Christmas. Children, instead of sending letters to tell him what gift they want, throw it in the fireplace and Father Christmas reads the smoke.

28 Easter The largest Easter game takes place on Holy Saturday, where after dyeing eggs, The largest Easter game takes place on Holy Saturday, where after dyeing eggs, old and young begin a hunt in and out of the house after the eggs have disappeared from the table and somewhere hidden. old and young begin a hunt in and out of the house after the eggs have disappeared from the table and somewhere hidden. In some regions, there is the Easter Bunny on Easter role of Santa Claus. Parents tell their children stories about eggs, chocolate which the Easter Bunny brings to their doorstep in a basket with goodies. In some regions, there is the Easter Bunny on Easter role of Santa Claus. Parents tell their children stories about eggs, chocolate which the Easter Bunny brings to their doorstep in a basket with goodies. In some parts of Scotland and Northern England, people throw eggs at each other while decorating and dyeing them. In some parts of Scotland and Northern England, people throw eggs at each other while decorating and dyeing them. These customs have their roots in the Crusades and have recently been revived again. These customs have their roots in the Crusades and have recently been revived again. Ifigenia Kotsani Ifigenia Kotsani

29 B) B) UK Holidays Public holidays are a big part of UK culture. There aren't many, so when they do come along everyone is determined to make the most of it - whether it's a snow fight at Christmas, a carnival in May or ice-cream on the beach in August. You'll also find plenty of traditional UK celebrations to enjoy on bank holidays and weekends all year round.' Public holidays are a big part of UK culture. There aren't many, so when they do come along everyone is determined to make the most of it - whether it's a snow fight at Christmas, a carnival in May or ice-cream on the beach in August. You'll also find plenty of traditional UK celebrations to enjoy on bank holidays and weekends all year round.' The main UK public holidays are at Christmas, Easter and New Year. There are also several bank holidays when banks and many work places are closed for the day. The dates of UK public holidays differ slightly each year and the four UK countries have different numbers of bank holidays in total – eight in England and Wales, nine in Scotland and ten in Northern Ireland. The main UK public holidays are at Christmas, Easter and New Year. There are also several bank holidays when banks and many work places are closed for the day. The dates of UK public holidays differ slightly each year and the four UK countries have different numbers of bank holidays in total – eight in England and Wales, nine in Scotland and ten in Northern Ireland.

30 2013 bank holidays in England and WalesDateDayHolidayName 01 January Tuesday New Years Day 29 March Friday Good Friday 01 April Monday Easter Monday 06 May Monday Early May bank holiday 27 May Monday Spring bank holiday 26 August Monday Summer bank holiday 25 December Wednesday Christmas Day 26 December Thursday Boxing Day

31 C) Traditional UK celebrations One of the best ways to experience UK tradition is to join in with one of the many festivals taking place throughout the year: (5 November) – Celebrate One of the best ways to experience UK tradition is to join in with one of the many festivals taking place throughout the year: Bonfire Night (5 November) – Celebrate the failure of Guy Fawkes attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Experience spectacular fireworks and blazing bonfires as you tuck into some delicious traditional food in organised events across the country. Burns Night (usually 25 January) - Get together with your fellow students and celebrate the life and works of Scottish writer Robert Burns with a traditional Burns Supper of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties. Burns Night (usually 25 January) - Get together with your fellow students and celebrate the life and works of Scottish writer Robert Burns with a traditional Burns Supper of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties. Eisteddfod Festival (early August) – The largest cultural event of its kind in Europe, Eistefffod is a Welsh celebration of music, literature and performance. Enjoy a great mix of talent competitions, concerts, plays and exhibitions. Natasa Kasambali Eisteddfod Festival (early August) – The largest cultural event of its kind in Europe, Eistefffod is a Welsh celebration of music, literature and performance. Enjoy a great mix of talent competitions, concerts, plays and exhibitions. Natasa Kasambali

32 D) Big Ben Big Ben is the symbol of London. When we say Big Ben we usually mean the clock tower or the clock itself. In reality Big Ben is called the biggest bell out of the five bells existing in the tower and it weighs 1,3 tons. Big Ben is the symbol of London. When we say Big Ben we usually mean the clock tower or the clock itself. In reality Big Ben is called the biggest bell out of the five bells existing in the tower and it weighs 1,3 tons. The tower is 96,3 m. high. The construction of the tower was completed on 10th April The clock started functioning on 31st May 1852 and for the first time it strack on 11th June The tower is 96,3 m. high. The construction of the tower was completed on 10th April The clock started functioning on 31st May 1852 and for the first time it strack on 11th June In the tower there are prison cells where a long time ago members of the Parlament were imprisoned when they disdgreed with the King. In the tower there are prison cells where a long time ago members of the Parlament were imprisoned when they disdgreed with the King. The clock has a diametre of 7m.The minute hand is 4,3 m. long and the hour hand is 2,74 m. long. At night the tower is illuminated and it looks great! The clock has a diametre of 7m.The minute hand is 4,3 m. long and the hour hand is 2,74 m. long. At night the tower is illuminated and it looks great!

33 TIME FOR FUN What are the three quickest What are the three quickest ways of spreading a rumour ways of spreading a rumour (or gossip). Telegram Telegram Telephone Telephone Tell a woman Tell a woman A man is talking to God. The man: "God, how long is a million years?" God: "To me, it's about a minute." The man: "God, how much is a million dollars?" God: "To me it's a penny." The man: "God, may I have a penny?" God: "Wait a minute." A man is talking to God. The man: "God, how long is a million years?" God: "To me, it's about a minute." The man: "God, how much is a million dollars?" God: "To me it's a penny." The man: "God, may I have a penny?" God: "Wait a minute." An elementary school teacher sends this note to all parents on the first day of school. An elementary school teacher sends this note to all parents on the first day of school. "If you promise not to believe everything your child says happens at school, I will promise not to believe everything your child says happens at home. "If you promise not to believe everything your child says happens at school, I will promise not to believe everything your child says happens at home. The 3 first years of marriage The 3 first years of marriage In the first year of marriage, the man speaks and the woman listens. In the first year of marriage, the man speaks and the woman listens. In the second year, the woman speaks and the man listens. In the second year, the woman speaks and the man listens. In the third year, they both speak and the neighbors listen. In the third year, they both speak and the neighbors listen.

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