Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

By Simeon Wren © Warsaw Summer School 2013, NaukaBezGranic Culture Great Britain Simeon Wren.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "By Simeon Wren © Warsaw Summer School 2013, NaukaBezGranic Culture Great Britain Simeon Wren."— Presentation transcript:

1 By Simeon Wren © Warsaw Summer School 2013, NaukaBezGranic Culture Great Britain Simeon Wren

2 Great Britain

3 West Briton around the year 500A.D. Just after tea time, probably without cream cakes!

4 King Arthur’s Briton

5 Appearance Draw what you think King Arthur looked like. Character Profile NationalityNationality LanguageLanguage ReligionReligion Where was his kingdom?Where was his kingdom? Where did he live?Where did he live?

6 King Arthur’s Briton Which is the real Arthur?

7 King Arthur’s Briton Modern British Romano British (Celtic Britons)

8

9

10 Cornish

11 King Arthur’s Briton The legend of King arthur

12 King Arthur’s Briton King Arthur was Anglicized by the british. Now lets make our own legend. Choose a famous person and make them into a “British” hero.

13 Great Britian Quiz What is Big Ben?

14 Great Britian Quiz What is Big Ben? The bell

15 Great Britian Quiz Where does the house of Windsor (the Queen’s family name) come from?

16 Great Britian Quiz Where does the house of Windsor (the Queen’s family name) come from? Germany

17 Great Britian Quiz Who was the last prisoner kept in the tower of London?

18 Great Britian Quiz Who was the last prisoner kept in the tower of London? Rudolf Hess

19 Great Britian Quiz How many times was William Shakespeare’s portrait painted?

20 Great Britian Quiz How many times was William Shakespeare’s portrait painted? Never

21 Great Britian Quiz How many people died in the fire of London?

22 Great Britian Quiz How many people died in the fire of London? 8

23 Great Britian Quiz Watch the Game shows. What are the different styles of playing?

24 Great Britian Quiz

25

26

27 Get into two groups: A & B You are going to make your own GB game show Look at the Information on your worksheets and make questions for your game show. Decide how your game show will be presented. Let’s play.

28 William Shakespeare’s insult kit What do these words mean? ‘You peasant swain! You whoreson malt-horse drudge!’ The Taming of the Shrew ( ) ‘Thou art a Castilian King urinal!’ The Merry Wives of Windsor (2.3.21) ‘Thou bitch-wolf's son!’ Troilus and Cressida (2.1.10) ‘Thou mis-shapen dick!’ 3 Henry VI (5.5.35)

29 William Shakespeare’s insult kit Write down some of the insults you hear.

30 William Shakespeare’s insult kit Iambic Pentameter? ___/ _____/ _____/ ____/ _______/ ___/ _____/ _____/ ____/ _______/ ‘You peasant swain! You whoreson malt-horse drudge!’ The Taming of the Shrew ( ) ‘Thou art a Castilian King urinal!’ The Merry Wives of Windsor (2.3.21) ‘Thou bitch-wolf's son!’ Troilus and Cressida (2.1.10) ‘Thou mis-shapen dick!’ 3 Henry VI (5.5.35)

31 William Shakespeare’s insult kit Combine one word from each of the columns below, with ‘Thou’ or ‘Thou art’ to make an Shakespearian insult: e.g. "Thou art a beef- witted clack-dish". Adjectives artless artless beef-witted beef-witted beslubbering beslubbering fly-bitten fly-bitten common-kissing common-kissing bat-fowling bat-fowling elf-skinned elf-skinned dizzy-eyed dizzy-eyed clay-brained clay-brained goatish goatish Nouns flax-wench flax-wench foot-licker foot-licker bladder bladder clack-dish clack-dish fustilarian fustilarian pigeon-egg pigeon-egg strumpet strumpet clotpole clotpole maggot-pie maggot-pie hedge-pig hedge-pig

32 The Empire With your partner pencil in where you think the British Empire was.

33 The Empire At its height, it was the largest empire in history and, for over a century, was the foremost global power.

34

35

36

37 Indian food Curry Curry

38 Indian food Curry Curry Naan bread Naan bread

39 Indian food Curry Curry Naan bread Naan bread Papadum Papadum

40 Indian food Curry Curry Naan bread Naan bread Papadum Papadum Onion Bhajji Onion Bhajji

41 Sri Lanka is famous for Tea Tea

42 Sri Lanka is famous for Tea Tea Civil war with Tamil Tigers Civil war with Tamil Tigers

43 Sri Lanka is famous for Tea Tea Civil war with Tamil Tigers Civil war with Tamil Tigers Muttiah Muralitharan Muttiah Muralitharan

44 Sri Lanka is famous for Tea Tea Civil war with Tamil Tigers Civil war with Tamil Tigers Muttiah Muralitharan Muttiah Muralitharan Buddhism Buddhism

45 West Indian music Reggae Reggae

46 West Indian music Reggae Reggae Ska Ska

47 West Indian music Reggae Reggae Ska Ska Rock Steady Rock Steady

48 West Indian music Reggae Reggae Ska Ska Rock Steady Rock Steady Mento Mento

49 Australian sport Cricket Cricket

50 Australian sport Cricket Cricket Rugby Rugby

51 Australian sport Cricket Cricket Rugby Rugby Athletics Athletics

52 Australian sport Cricket Cricket Rugby Rugby Athletics Athletics Australian rules football Australian rules football

53 South African languages English English

54 South African languages English English Afrikaans Afrikaans

55 South African languages English English Afrikaans Afrikaans Zulu Zulu

56 South African languages English English Afrikaans Afrikaans Zulu Zulu Xhosa Xhosa

57 Political correctness How many different ethnic groups can you think of that live in Britain?

58 Political correctness Which ethnic groups are these?

59 Political correctness Why do we have political correctness? Has political correctness gone mad?

60 Political correctness Which do you find funny? Which is the right way to tell a joke? Politically incorrect Politically correct

61 Political correctness Lets make our own politically correct joke in the style of Bernard Righton. Lets make our own politically correct joke in the style of Bernard Righton.

62 Ethnic slang Bob: Hi pal. Bob: Hi pal. Jonsey: Long time no see. Jonsey: Long time no see. Bob: Yes, I've got a cushty job now. Bob: Yes, I've got a cushty job now. Jonsey: I hope it's not phoney like the last job when you worked for that thug who took all the loot. Jonsey: I hope it's not phoney like the last job when you worked for that thug who took all the loot. Bob: No this job is kosher the boss is a real guru. Bob: No this job is kosher the boss is a real guru. Jonsey: pukka? Jonsey: pukka? Bob; Pukka! Bob; Pukka! Bob: Hey! Nice funky phone. Bob: Hey! Nice funky phone. Jonsey: Thanks but it's got a glitch. Jonsey: Thanks but it's got a glitch. Bob: Listen to those chavs over there. Bob: Listen to those chavs over there. Jonsey: Yes, such slobs. Jonsey: Yes, such slobs. Bob: Oh, you holligans, shut your gobs! Bob: Oh, you holligans, shut your gobs! Jonsey: Come on, let's go for a curry. Jonsey: Come on, let's go for a curry.

63 Ethnic slang 1. Pal 1. Pal 2. Chav 2. Chav 3. Glitch 3. Glitch 4. Funky 4. Funky 5. Cushty 5. Cushty 6. Slob 6. Slob 7. Phoney 7. Phoney 8. Loot 8. Loot 9. Pukka 9. Pukka 10. Guru 10. Guru 11. Kosher 11. Kosher 12. Hooligan 12. Hooligan 13. Thug 13. Thug 14. Gob 14. Gob Standard English A breakdown or technical problem. A breakdown or technical problem. A dirty person who doesn't wash. A dirty person who doesn't wash. Money. Money. A good teacher or inspiration. A good teacher or inspiration. A trouble causer and vandal. A trouble causer and vandal. The real thing. Not fake. The real thing. Not fake. Very cool and possibly glamorous. Very cool and possibly glamorous. Good quality. First class. Good quality. First class. A fake. A fake. A violent criminal. A violent criminal. A mouth. A mouth. A friend. A friend. Nice and comfortable. Good situation. Nice and comfortable. Good situation. Working class subculture (often cause trouble, usually unemployed). Working class subculture (often cause trouble, usually unemployed).

64 The Industrial revolution

65 The Inventors

66 The Industrial revolution Sell you invention “The Sales pitch” You have to make a sales pitch for your new invention, here is some language to use. “I’ll only take a moment of your time, Sir/Madam…” “I’ll only take a moment of your time, Sir/Madam…” “This really is an extraordinarily invention…” “This really is an extraordinarily invention…” “We always beat our competitors on…” “We always beat our competitors on…” “The difference is that we are committed to…” “The difference is that we are committed to…” “I can guarantee you that we…” “I can guarantee you that we…” “We can certainly do that for you, Sir/Madam” “We can certainly do that for you, Sir/Madam”

67 The GB Geography Test Get in to groups and take the test to fine out how much you know.


Download ppt "By Simeon Wren © Warsaw Summer School 2013, NaukaBezGranic Culture Great Britain Simeon Wren."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google