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Yankee Doodle

  1. 1. Based on the English Language Teaching Material Project TRADITIONAL SONGS By Hawaii Pacific University Back Menu Menu Next Next
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  4. 4. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – one of the light soft things that covers the bird’s body Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up – continue, don’t stop Dandy - a type of a far too fashionable young man Mind – pay attention to Step – dance step or a movement Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – cornmeal sweetened with syrup Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu Next
  5. 5. Stuck – Feather – Cap – Macaroni – Keep it up - Dandy - Mind – Step – Be handy – Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – Desperately Back Menu
  6. 6. Stuck – Feather – Cap – Macaroni – Keep it up - Dandy - Mind – Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – Desperately Back Menu
  7. 7. Stuck – Feather – Cap – Macaroni – Keep it up - Dandy - Mind – Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Desperately Back Menu
  8. 8. Stuck – Feather – Cap – Macaroni – Keep it up - Dandy - Mind – Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Desperately – wanting smth with great feeling but fearing it won’t happen Back Menu
  9. 9. Stuck – Feather – Cap – Macaroni – Keep it up - Dandy - Mind – pay attention to Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Desperately – wanting smth with great feeling but fearing it won’t happen Back Menu
  10. 10. Stuck – Feather – Cap – Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - Mind – pay attention to Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  11. 11. Stuck – Feather – Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - Mind – pay attention to Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  12. 12. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - Mind – pay attention to Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  13. 13. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - Mind – pay attention to Step – Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – cornmeal sweetened with syrup Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  14. 14. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - Mind – pay attention to Step – dance step or a movement Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – cornmeal sweetened with syrup Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  15. 15. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - a type of a far too fashionable young man Mind – pay attention to Step – dance step or a movement Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – cornmeal sweetened with syrup Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  16. 16. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - a type of a far too fashionable young man Mind – pay attention to Step – dance step or a movement Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – cornmeal sweetened with syrup Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  17. 17. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – one of the light soft things that covers the bird’s body Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up Dandy - a type of a far too fashionable young man Mind – pay attention to Step – dance step or a movement Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – cornmeal sweetened with syrup Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Menu
  18. 18. Stuck – put in so that it stays without falling out Feather – one of the light soft things that covers the bird’s body Cap – informal hat Macaroni – a type of a far too fashionable young man in England in the 18-th century who belonged to the Macaroni Club Keep it up – continue, don’t stop Dandy - a type of a far too fashionable young man Mind – pay attention to Step – dance step or a movement Be handy – to work easily and well with Hasty pudding – cornmeal sweetened with syrup Slapping stallion – energetic male horse Back Back Menu Menu Next
  19. 19.  Before listening to the song discuss the questions about your culture: - What do you like or dislike in the uniform in the pictures below? How are they similar or different from military uniforms in your country? - Do you know the names of the musical instruments? How are they similar or different from the musical instruments used by the military in your country? Back Menu Next
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  21. 21. Compare and Contrast These Two Kinds of Horses A Pony A Strapping Stallion Back Menu Next
  22. 22. 3. What do you think is the purpose of the music in the military? 4. Do you or your classmates know any military songs from your culture? 5. What are the qualities or the characteristics of a military hero in your country? 6. What bad names can you give to the enemies? Back Menu Next
  23. 23. Listen to the Song  Yankee Doodle Yankee Doodle went to town, riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding; And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding.  Chorus  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million.  Chorus  Then the feathers on his hat. They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted desperately to get. To give my Jamima.  Chorus Back Menu Next
  24. 24.  What kind of a camp did the singer go visit? a- a military camp, b- a summer HPU camp, c- a pioneer camp, d- a scout camp Back Menu Next
  25. 25.  What kind of a camp did the singer go visit? a- a military camp, b- a summer HPU camp, c- a pioneer camp, d- a scout camp  Who do you think the men and the boys were? a – peasants, b- workers, c- volunteers to the army, d- trappers Back Menu Next
  26. 26.  What kind of a camp did the singer go visit? a- a military camp, b- a summer HPU camp, c- a pioneer camp, d- a scout camp  Who do you think the men and the boys were? a – peasants, b- workers, c- volunteers to the army, d- trappers  Who do think “I” is? a- father, b- a son, c- a soldier, d- the author of the song Back Menu Next
  27. 27.  What kind of a camp did the singer go visit? a- a military camp, b- a summer HPU camp, c- a pioneer camp, d- a scout camp  Who do you think the men and the boys were? a – peasants, b- workers, c- volunteers to the army, d- trappers  Who do think “I” is? a- father, b- a son, c- a soldier, d- the author of the song  What do you think Yankee Doodle is being told to continue doing? a – to plough, b- to go back home, c- to fight for freedom, d- to get married Back Menu Next
  28. 28.  Yankee Doodle went (in, to, into, through) town riding ______ _________ pony, stuck _______ feather ________ his cap and called it macaroni. Back Menu Next
  29. 29.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding ( on a, in the, on the, at the) pony, stuck _______ feather ________ his cap and called it macaroni. Back Menu Next
  30. 30.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck ( a, the, -, one) feather ________ his cap and called it macaroni. Back Menu Next
  31. 31.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather (on, in, at, with) his cap and called it macaroni. Back Menu Next
  32. 32.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went (across to, down to, along to, next to) camp ________ ________ Captain Gooding. Back Menu Next
  33. 33.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went down to camp (followed by, along with, accompanied by, together with) Captain Gooding. Back Menu Next
  34. 34.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding. Back Menu Next
  35. 35.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding.  There was Captain Washington (on, at, under, upon) slapping stallion, giving orders ___________ his men. I guess there was _______ million. Back Menu Next
  36. 36.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding.  There was Captain Washington upon lapping stallion, giving orders  (to, at, upon, before) his men. I guess there was _________ million. Back Menu Next
  37. 37.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding.  There was Captain Washington upon lapping stallion, giving orders  to his men. I guess there was (a, the, - one) million. Back Menu Next
  38. 38.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding.  There was Captain Washington upon lapping stallion, giving orders  to his men. I guess there was a million.  Then feathers (on, in, beneath, up)his hat. They looked so very fine , oh! I wanted desperately to get. To give my Jemima. Back Menu Next
  39. 39.  Yankee Doodle went to town riding on a pony, stuck a feather on his cap and called it macaroni.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding.  There was Captain Washington upon lapping stallion, giving orders  to his men. I guess there was a million.  Then feathers on his hat. They looked so very fine , oh! I wanted desperately to get. To give my Jemima. Back Menu Next
  40. 40. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding; And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding.  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, A-giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million.  Then the feathers on his hat. They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted desperately to get. To give my Jamima.
  41. 41. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; ….  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind ….  Father and I went …; And there we saw the men and boys, ...  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, ... I guess …  Then the feathers ... They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni ,the music and the step and with the girls be handy down to camp along with Captain Gooding ,giving orders to his men ,there was a million, my Jamima, desperately to , on his hat, as thick as hasty pudding,
  42. 42. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind ….  Father and I went …; And there we saw the men and boys, ...  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, ... I guess …  Then the feathers ... They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  the music and the step and with the girls be handy down to camp along with Captain Gooding ,giving orders to his men ,there was a million, my Jamima, desperately to , on his hat, as thick as hasty pudding,
  43. 43. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went …; And there we saw the men and boys, ...  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, ... I guess …  Then the feathers ... They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  down to camp along with Captain Gooding ,giving orders to his men ,there was a million, my Jamima, desperately to , on his hat, as thick as hasty pudding,
  44. 44. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding …; And there we saw the men and boys, ...  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, ... I guess …  Then the feathers ... They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  giving orders to his men ,there was a million, my Jamima, desperately to , on his hat, as thick as hasty pudding,
  45. 45. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding …; And there we saw the men and boys, ...  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, ... I guess …  Then the feathers ... They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  giving orders to his men ,there was a million, my Jamima, desperately to , on his hat, as thick as hasty pudding,
  46. 46. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding; And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding.  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, ... I guess …  Then the feathers ... They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  giving orders to his men ,there was a million, my Jamima, desperately to , on his hat,
  47. 47. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding; And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding.  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, A-giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million.  Then the feathers ... They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  my Jamima, desperately to , on his hat,
  48. 48. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding; And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding.  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, A-giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million.  Then the feathers on his hat. They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted get ... To give ...  my Jamima, desperately to ,
  49. 49. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding; And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding.  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, A-giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million.  Then the feathers on his hat. They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted desperately to get. To give ...  my Jamima,
  50. 50. Yankee Doodle went to town, a-riding on a pony; Stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni.  Chorus Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.  Father and I went down to camp along with Captain Gooding; And there we saw the men and boys, as thick as hasty pudding.  There was Colonel Washington, upon a strapping stallion, A-giving orders to his men, I guess there was a million.  Then the feathers on his hat. They looked so very fine, oh! I wanted desperately to get. To give my Jamima.
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