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1 Note the permissions and conditions of use for this collection: Material is provided solely for use in educational institutions in the United Kingdom for the purpose of engagement and interest of students. Any commercial use whatsoever is strictly prohibiited. This collection is free to use, but is NOT free to circulate. If you have downloaded this material from any site other than those listed below, please let us (TM4T) know Time Management 4 Teachers (TM4T) Ritsumeikan University of Tokyo Beech Comprehensive Guardian Teachers Note that the word 'dingbat' is this collection used in its generic sense and does not relate to the board game of the same name. Any similarity between published images and registered brand names is co-incidental and implies no reference to the registered brand or product. Facial features have been disguised on all contemporary photography, but some geographical features may be recognisable. If you belive that your privacy or confidentiality has been compromised, please contact us and we will rectify matters immediately.

2 Most optical illusions are included courtesy of Professor KITAOKA and colleagues at the Department of Psychology, Ritsumeikan University. Professor KITAOKA's webpage is herehere Pavement art is included courtesy of Julian Beever. Julian's website is here. ****REPLY PENDINGhere All other copyrighted material is acknowledged individually. We have tried to contact all permission holders, but have not had a response in all cases. If you believe we have infringed your intellectual or commercial rights, please let us know and we will rectifiy this immediately.

3 Everyday words & expressions Dingbats Notes Page 551 1.2. 3. LAP LAP LAP GRA 12'' VE

4 The World of Julian Beever 38 552 Notes Page

5 Everyday words & expressions Dingbats Notes Page 554 1.2. 3. Dr Sylvester Martens Rose Daffodil Tulip Daisy EACK

6 The World of Julian Beever 39 553

7 As you know, one way to tell an insect from a spider is to count its legs. All insects have six legs, and all spiders have eight legs. So if some insects and spiders went to a dance, and there were 48 dancing legs, how many insects and how many spiders were at the dance? Brain Teaser Notes Page 555

8 The World of Julian Beever 40 556

9 Everyday expressions Dingbats Notes Page 557 1.2. 3. IT READ gluttony greed pride anger sloth chess

10 One day, two mothers and two daughters went shopping for shoes. Their shopping spree was successful — each bought a pair of shoes, and all together, they had three pairs. How is this possible? Brain Teaser Notes Page 558

11 The World of Julian Beever 41 559

12 Household objects and a snack Dingbats Notes Page 560 1.2. 3. Fe SUNT

13 My cousin is moving to a new house. She has a dog, a cat, and a pet mouse, but the animals don't get along in the car, so she can take only one at a time. Also, she can't leave the dog alone with the cat, because the dog chases the cat if no one is watching. And she can't leave the cat and the mouse together, because...well, you know what would happen if she did. How can my cousin get all three of their pets to their new house? Brain Teaser Notes Page 561

14 Brain Teasers 562 My cousin has been hired to put door numbers on apartments 1 through to 100 How many number 8s does he need? My cousin is making easter eggs by dipping hard- boiled eggs in dye. Each egg takes 7.5 minutes to dry. How long will it take her to dry 3 eggs? Notes Page

15 The World of Julian Beever 42 563

16 Xmas phrases Dingbats Notes Page 564 1.2. 3. Spear Pepper Royal Cottage Shepherd Apple NigMassht Yo Winter Hi Summer Howdy Spring Hello Autumn

17 The World of Julian Beever 43 565

18 Wedding phrases Dingbats Notes Page 566 1.2. 3. K L THE AISLE W Better Worse Lily, Poppy Rose, Daisy Iris...

19 Brain Teasers 567a Make three squares by moving three sticks

20 Brain Teasers 567b Make three squares by moving three sticks

21 The World of Julian Beever 44 568

22 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 569 1.2. 3. pFiEgLeIoNnEs TOSYOBWN BASLEEPG

23 Logic Problem 570 My cousin bought a fishing pole that is 2 metres 5 centimetres long. As he got on the bus, the bus driver tells him that he can't take anything on the bus longer than 2 metres. My cousin went back to the shop and bought something else, and the bus driver allows him on the bus. What did he buy, and what did he do with it?

24 Brain Teasers 571 What happened in the middle of the 20th Century that will not happen again for 4,000 years? A farmer has five haystacks in one field and four haystacks in another. How many haystacks would he have if he combined them all in one field?

25 The World of Julian Beever 45 572

26 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 573 1.2. 3. AALLLL Golden Gate H O 2 E R V O

27 The World of Julian Beever 46 574 Notes Page

28 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 575 1.2. 3. pCoOnDdpCoOnDd WIT H TR AD IT ION CKYLU UCKYL LUCKY

29 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 576 1.2. 3. MCE B Fire Ba na na

30 Code Breakers 577a Notes Page Scientists have received an Alien signal from space. After analyzing various transmissions, they found the following: "Berum Fiur Tokens" = Where is our leader? "Berum Toob Cobb" = Our planet is distant. "Berum Fiur Cobb" = Where is our planet? What is the best-guess translation for the word "Fiur"?

31 Code Breakers - answer 577b Based on how often the words appear, here is the most likely translation: "Berum Fiur Tokens" = Where is our leader? "Berum Toob Cobb" = Our planet is distant. "Berum Fiur Cobb" = Where is our planet?

32 Exam Answers - Geography Notes Page 578

33 Observation Test - Hard 579 Look carefully at the piece that's missing here... All of these are kind-of the right shape but only one fits exactly - which one? Notes Page

34 Optical Illusions 580 The World of Julian Beever 47

35 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 581 1.2. 3. TOLBTOLB YOUR CO NTRY ROCK

36 Optical Illusions 582 The World of Julian Beever 48

37 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 583 1.2. 3. BATTERYBATTERY TDCUNCO = 1 st =

38 The World of Julian Beever 49 584 Notes Page

39 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 585 1.2. 3. TROHS SHORTSHORT SHORTSHORT SAHSTOREARA SOMETH BI

40 Optical Illusions 586 The World of Julian Beever 50 This was one of the most extreme anamorphic distortions with an image about 15 metres long - see next slide.

41 Optical Illusions 587 The World of Julian Beever 50

42 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 588 1.2. 3. HAHANDND SHOPPING STRUGGLE

43 Optical Illusions 589 The World of Julian Beever 51

44 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 590 1.2. 3. EIasGsasHT HOAWNLD=BTUWSOHHOAWNLD=BTUWSOH Bl nd i

45 Optical Illusions 591 The World of Julian Beever 52 Notes Page

46 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 592 1.2. 3. PAID I AM WORKED ACCIDENTACCIDENT

47 Optical Illusions 593 The World of Julian Beever 53

48 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 594 1.2. 3. Golden Gate Rapids Wind OW!! PIPEPIPE

49 Optical Illusions 595 The World of Julian Beever 54

50 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 596 1.2. 3. Change Eton 3 Harrow 3 MOLAR INCISOR CANINE Change

51 Optical Illusions 597 The World of Julian Beever 55 (The legs are 'real', the rest is painted on the pavement)

52 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 598 1.2. 3. S H E E T D I DIGIT I T MIDSOWDLE

53 The World of Julian Beever 56 599a

54 Optical Illusions 599b The World of Julian Beever 56 Notes Page

55 Everyday phrases & words Dingbats Notes Page 600 1.2. 3. FARTHER SUN HER BA CEO US

56 This is a word zoo, with animals hidden in each sentence. Find them, please, and set them free. First one done for you... She'll be eleven next month. You can go at six o'clock. It's nice to do good deeds. Get soap and a towel. Most rich people wear fancy clothes. You can keep the watch or sell it. Use a ladder. It will be a rainy day. I came late. Tell me if I should start now. Will a map help you? Word Game Notes Page 600

57 I baked a cake to share with our four cleaners. I was planning to slice it like this: But then the Head ate a chunk. Now, how can I slice this into four equal slices? Brain Teaser 600a

58 I thought I could first of all slice it horizontally to make two chunks like this... Then slice each of 'em in half like this...... but the Head tells me there is a school rule against horizontal cake-slicing. So how CAN I do it? Brain Teaser - Answer 1 600b

59 1. Draw guidelines 2. Cut as shown Brain Teaser - Answer 2 600c


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