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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. 1

2 Department of Psychology, Ritsumeikan University.
Most optical illusions are included courtesy of Professor KITAOKA and colleagues at the Department of Psychology, Ritsumeikan University. Professor KITAOKA's webpage is here Pavement art is included courtesy of Julian Beever. Julian's website is here. ****REPLY PENDING 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. 2

3 Dingbats GRA 12'' VE Everyday words & expressions 1. 2. 3. LAP LAP LAP
551 Dingbats Everyday words & expressions 1. 2. 3. GRA 12'' VE LAP LAP LAP 1. Last lap 2. Pullover 3. One foot in the grave Notes Page 3

4 The World of Julian Beever 38
552 The World of Julian Beever 38 Almost all Julian Beever's work is on pavements. This drawing is, unusually, on paper. It was featured on NBC's Today show. Notes Page 4

5 EACK Dingbats Everyday words & expressions 1. 2. 3. 1. Puss in boots
554 Dingbats Everyday words & expressions 1. 2. 3. Rose Daffodil Tulip Daisy EACK Dr Sylvester Martens 1. Puss in boots 2. A bunch of flowers 3. Cake mix Notes Page 5

6 The World of Julian Beever 39
553 The World of Julian Beever 39 6

7 555 Brain Teaser 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? 4 insects and 3 spiders - no other combination works. Notes Page 7

8 The World of Julian Beever 40
556 The World of Julian Beever 40 8

9 Dingbats IT chess Everyday expressions 1. 2. 3. 1. Read all about it
557 Dingbats Everyday expressions 1. 2. 3. chess READ READ gluttony gluttony READ sloth IT READ greed pride READ READ sloth READ anger anger READ READ pride sloth greed 1. Read all about it 2. A multitude of sins 3. The game is up Notes Page 9

10 558 Brain Teaser 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? Only three people went shopping: a grandmother, a mother, and her daughter - all from the same family. The grandmother and the mother were the two mothers. The mother and the daughter were the two daughters Notes Page 10

11 The World of Julian Beever 41
559 The World of Julian Beever 41 11

12 Dingbats SUNT Fe Household objects and a snack 1. 2. 3. 1. Steam iron
560 Dingbats Household objects and a snack 1. 2. 3. Fe SUNT 1. Steam iron 2. Flat iron 3. Mixed nuts Notes Page 12

13 561 Brain Teaser 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? She takes the cat to the new house, leaving the dog and the mouse at the old house. She returns to the old house and takes the mouse to the new house. She takes the cat back to the old house, leaves it there, and takes the dog to the new house. Then she returns to the old house for the cat. Notes Page 13

14 Brain Teasers My cousin has been hired to put door numbers on
562 Brain Teasers 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? twenty: 8, 18, 28, 38, 48, 58, 68, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 98 7.5 minutes (you can dry three at the same time) Notes Page 14

15 The World of Julian Beever 42
563 The World of Julian Beever 42 15

16 Dingbats NigMassht Xmas phrases 1. 2. 3. 1. Mince Pies (Mints Pies)
564 Dingbats Xmas phrases 1. 2. 3. Spear Pepper Royal Yo Winter Hi Summer Howdy Spring Hello Autumn Cottage Shepherd Apple NigMassht 1. Mince Pies (Mints Pies) 2. Midnight Mass 3. Season's greetings Notes Page 16

17 The World of Julian Beever 43
565 The World of Julian Beever 43 17

18 Dingbats Wedding phrases 1. 2. 3. Better Worse K Lily, Poppy
566 Dingbats Wedding phrases 1. 2. 3. Better Worse K L THE AISLE W Lily, Poppy Rose, Daisy Iris... 1. Walk up the aisle 2. For better for worse (4 x better, 4 x worse) 3. Flower girls Notes Page 18

19 Brain Teasers Make three squares by moving three sticks twenty:
8, 18, 28, 38, 48, 58, 68, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 98 7.5 minutes (you can dry three at the same time) 19

20 Brain Teasers Make three squares by moving three sticks twenty:
8, 18, 28, 38, 48, 58, 68, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 98 7.5 minutes (you can dry three at the same time) 20

21 The World of Julian Beever 44
568 The World of Julian Beever 44 21

22 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. 1. Cat amongst the pigeons
569 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. pFiEgLeIoNnEs TOSYOBWN BASLEEPG 1. Cat amongst the pigeons 2. Boys are back in town 3. Sleeping bag ('sleep' in 'bag') Notes Page 22

23 Logic Problem My cousin bought a fishing pole that is 2 metres
570 Logic Problem 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? He bought a box, about 2 metres long by 50 centimetres across. The fishing pole fitted in the box diagonally, and my cousin was allowed on the bus 23

24 Brain Teasers What happened in the middle of the 20th Century
571 Brain Teasers 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? The year 1961 reads the same upside down, which won't happen again till 6009 24

25 The World of Julian Beever 45
572 The World of Julian Beever 45 25

26 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. Golden Gate H O AALLLL
573 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. E R V O Golden Gate H O AALLLL 2 1. All in All 2. Water under the bridge 3. bend over backwards Notes Page 26

27 The World of Julian Beever 46
574 The World of Julian Beever 46 This drawing for Yorkshire Water was never fully finished and did not get beyond this rough stage. It was stopped ironically, by Yorkshire water in the form of heavy Sheffield rain which did not permit its completion. Notes Page 27

28 Dingbats pCoOnDd Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. CKYLU UCKYL LUCKY
575 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. CKYLU UCKYL LUCKY WIT H TR AD IT ION pCoOnDd 1. Big fish in a little pond 2. Break with tradition 3. Third time lucky Notes Page 28

29 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. Ba na na
576 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. MCE B Fire Ba na na 1. Three blind mice (no 'i's) 2. Bonfire ('b' on 'fire') 3. Banana split Notes Page 29

30 Code Breakers 577a 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"? the only basis for translation is the frequency of occurrence of words. assuming grammatical equivalence, 'Berum' is the only word which appears in all three sentences, so it must equate to the only english word which appears in all sentences 'our'. Now 'Cobb' appears only where 'planet' appears. So 'Fiur' is likely to be 'where' answers on next slide Notes Page 30

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? the only basis for translation is the frequency of occurrence of words. assuming grammatical equivalence, 'Berum' is the only word which appears in all three sentences, so it must equate to the only english word which appears in all sentences 'our'. Now 'Cobb' appears only where 'planet' appears. So 'Fiur' is likely to be 'where' answers on next slide 31

32 Exam Answers - Geography
578 Exam Answers - Geography are these real or not? well, allegedly they are; mostly from Notes Page 32

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? Piece C Notes Page 33

34 580 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 47 34

35 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. ROCK
581 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. T O L B YOUR CO NTRY ROCK 1. Big fish in a little pond 2. Break with tradition 3. Third time lucky Notes Page 35

36 582 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 48 36

37 Dingbats = 1st = TDCUNCO Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3.
583 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. B A T T E R Y TDCUNCO = 1st = 1. Flat battery 2. Disorderly conduct 3. First among equals Notes Page 37

38 The World of Julian Beever 49
584 The World of Julian Beever 49 Three Worlds : inspired by and drawn in homage to the great artist M.C.Escher (shown on the left) Notes Page 38

39 Dingbats TROHS Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. SOMETH BI SAHSTOREARA
585 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. S H O R T S H O R T SOMETH BI SAHSTOREARA TROHS 1. Store in a dry place 2. Short back & sides 3. Start of something big Notes Page 39

40 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 50
586 Optical Illusions 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. 40

41 587 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 50 41

42 Dingbats STRUGGLE Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. HAHANDND SHOPPING
588 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. HAHANDND STRUGGLE SHOPPING 1. Hand in hand 2. Shopping centre 3. Uphill struggle Notes Page 42

43 589 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 51 43

44 i Bl nd Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. HOAWNLD = BTUWSOH
590 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. HOAWNLD = BTUWSOH Bl nd i EIasGsasHT 1. Assassinate ('assass' in '8') 2. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush ('owl' in 'hand' = 'two' in 'bush') 3. Turn a blind i ('i' is upside down) Notes Page 44

45 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 52
591 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 52 This drawing was done in Paris in 2011 to mark the tenth anniversary of the explosion at the AZF factory in Toulouse in 2001. Notes Page 45

46 Dingbats PAID I AM WORKED Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3.
592 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. PAID I AM WORKED T N E D C I C A 1. I am underpaid and overworked 2. Accident prone 3. Arctic circle (arc, tick, circle) Notes Page 46

47 593 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 53 47

48 Dingbats Golden Gate WindOW!! Rapids Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3.
594 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. P I E Golden Gate Rapids WindOW!! 1. Bridge over troubled water 2. Window pane 3. Pipe down Notes Page 48

49 595 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 54 49

50 Dingbats MOLAR INCISOR CANINE Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3.
596 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. MOLAR INCISOR CANINE Eton 3 Harrow 3 Change Change 1. Ring the changes 2. Old school tie 3. Lie through your teeth Notes Page 50

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

52 Dingbats MIDSOWDLE S H E E T Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3.
598 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. D I DIGIT T S H E E T MIDSOWDLE 1. Spreadsheet 2. Fingers crossed 3. Piggy in the middle Notes Page 52

53 The World of Julian Beever 56
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54 Optical Illusions The World of Julian Beever 56
To draw parts of the snail on the shiny bench, paper had to be cut out and stuck in place on top of and on the side of the bench. Further back, a standing steel pillar in the street was incorporated to make one of the snail's horns. Notes Page 54

55 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. HER US BA FARTHER SUN CEO
600 Dingbats Everyday phrases & words 1. 2. 3. HER US BA FARTHER SUN CEO 1. Whip round 2. Herbaceous border 3. Like father like son Notes Page 55

56 600 Word Game 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? bee goat dog panda ostrich horse seal camel fish llama Notes Page 56

57 600a Brain Teaser 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? bee goat dog panda ostrich horse seal camel fish llama 57

58 600b Brain Teaser - Answer 1 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? bee goat dog panda ostrich horse seal camel fish llama 58

59 Brain Teaser - Answer 2 1. Draw guidelines 2. Cut as shown bee goat
dog panda ostrich horse seal camel fish llama 59


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