Crossing Barriers<br />
If we were …<br />
What is meant by “diversity”?<br />Diversity is the condition of being different.<br />	The differences could be in…<br />
If it’s Tuesday, <br />it must be<br />Brussels…<br />
1<br />chili beans – Winter Olympics 1980 – an earthquake <br />Moscow<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Mex...
Mexico city<br />Spanish: <br />Ciudad de México<br />
2<br />fashion – a tower – a president <br />Moscow<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berli...
Paris <br />France<br />
3<br />Red Square – a tomb – onion domes <br />Moscow<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Ber...
Moscow <br />Russia<br />
4<br />contains a separate state – fountains – pizza<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berl...
Rome <br />Italy<br />
5<br />a carnival – a harbour – a statue<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice...
Rio de Janeiro <br />Brazil<br />
6<br />casinos – millionaires – minor royalty <br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Tokyo<br...
Monte Carlo          Monaco<br />
6<br />an emperor – traffic – technology <br />Cairo<br />London<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
Tokyo<br />Japan<br />
7<br />a tower – the Tube – big red buses <br />Cairo<br />London<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Vienna<br />
8<br />geometric ruins – mummys – desert <br />Cairo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Vienna<br />
Cairo, Egypt<br />
9<br />cakes – waltzes – schnitzel <br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Vienna<br />
Vienna <br />Austria<br />
OR<br />KILT<br />KAFTAN<br />
1<br />American<br />beret<br />German<br />Arabian<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Japanese<br />Fijian<br />Mal...
2<br />American<br />kimono<br />German<br />Arabian<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Japanese<br />Fijian<br />Ma...
3<br />American<br />yashmak<br />German<br />Arabian<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Du...
4<br />American<br />sneakers<br />German<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mex...
5<br />dhoti<br />German<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish...
6<br />lederhosen<br />German<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />R...
7<br />clogs<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spani...
8<br />mantilla<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
9<br />bowler<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />
10<br />sarong<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />
How the other half lives?<br />
g _ _ _ _ _ s<br />g y p s i e s<br />These people live in movable homes. They often play violins, have dark hair and wear...
h _ _ _ _ _ s<br />h ippie s<br />In the 1960s these people liked travelling: they went East – to Afghanistan or India. Th...
p _ _ _ s<br />p u n k s<br />	They have very colourful hair – pink or green or, sometimes none at all. They like leather ...
Bu _ _ _ _ _ t  m _ _ ks<br />Bu d d h i s t  m o n ks<br />	These religious people wear saffron robes and beg for their f...
	They follow football teams or pop groups enthusiastically from place to place.<br />f _ _ s<br />f a n s<br />
ent _ _ _ _ _ _ _ urs<br />ent r epreneurs<br />	These people are very good at thinking up exciting new business ideas. Th...
y _ _ _ _ _ s<br />y u ppie s<br />These people are young, have good, well-paid jobs and often live in big cities. They li...
t _ _ _ ps<br />t r amps<br />	These are usually men – they wander around and often sleep under bridges.<br />
Ec _ _ _ _ _ _ cs<br />Ec c e n t r ics<br />These people are often considered crazy because they behave in slightly stran...
ro _ _ _ _ y<br />	They usually inherit money, houses and countries and might have a crown in their wardrobe.<br />ro y a ...
Weird festivals in the world<br />
Monkey Buffet Festival<br />Thailand<br />
Gurning<br />England<br />
Camel Wrestling<br />Turkey<br />
Battle of the Oranges<br />Italy<br />
La Tomatina<br />Spain<br />
Wife Carrying<br />Finland<br />
Garlic Festival<br />The USA<br />
Vanuatu Land Diving Festival<br />Oceania<br />
Teach the world<br />
escape<br />fire<br />8<br />7<br />6<br />5<br />4<br />9<br />3<br />Canada            Saudi Arabia	        Brazil<br />...
escape<br />fire<br />Saudi<br />Icelander<br />Australian<br />Tibetan<br />Chinese<br />French<br />Indian<br />Japanese...
Thank you! <br />
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Crossing barriers

  1. 1. Crossing Barriers<br />
  2. 2. If we were …<br />
  3. 3. What is meant by “diversity”?<br />Diversity is the condition of being different.<br /> The differences could be in…<br />
  4. 4. If it’s Tuesday, <br />it must be<br />Brussels…<br />
  5. 5. 1<br />chili beans – Winter Olympics 1980 – an earthquake <br />Moscow<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Mexico City<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Paris<br />Rome<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
  6. 6. Mexico city<br />Spanish: <br />Ciudad de México<br />
  7. 7. 2<br />fashion – a tower – a president <br />Moscow<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Paris<br />Rome<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
  8. 8. Paris <br />France<br />
  9. 9. 3<br />Red Square – a tomb – onion domes <br />Moscow<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Rome<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
  10. 10. Moscow <br />Russia<br />
  11. 11. 4<br />contains a separate state – fountains – pizza<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Rome<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
  12. 12. Rome <br />Italy<br />
  13. 13. 5<br />a carnival – a harbour – a statue<br />Rio de Janeiro<br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
  14. 14. Rio de Janeiro <br />Brazil<br />
  15. 15. 6<br />casinos – millionaires – minor royalty <br />Cairo<br />London<br />Monte Carlo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
  16. 16. Monte Carlo Monaco<br />
  17. 17. 6<br />an emperor – traffic – technology <br />Cairo<br />London<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Tokyo<br />Vienna<br />
  18. 18. Tokyo<br />Japan<br />
  19. 19. 7<br />a tower – the Tube – big red buses <br />Cairo<br />London<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Vienna<br />
  20. 20.
  21. 21. 8<br />geometric ruins – mummys – desert <br />Cairo<br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Vienna<br />
  22. 22. Cairo, Egypt<br />
  23. 23. 9<br />cakes – waltzes – schnitzel <br />Berlin<br />Nice<br />Vienna<br />
  24. 24. Vienna <br />Austria<br />
  25. 25. OR<br />KILT<br />KAFTAN<br />
  26. 26. 1<br />American<br />beret<br />German<br />Arabian<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Japanese<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />French<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  27. 27. 2<br />American<br />kimono<br />German<br />Arabian<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Japanese<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  28. 28. 3<br />American<br />yashmak<br />German<br />Arabian<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  29. 29. 4<br />American<br />sneakers<br />German<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  30. 30. 5<br />dhoti<br />German<br />English<br />Irish<br />Indian<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  31. 31. 6<br />lederhosen<br />German<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  32. 32. 7<br />clogs<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Dutch<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  33. 33. 8<br />mantilla<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />Spanish<br />
  34. 34. 9<br />bowler<br />English<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />
  35. 35. 10<br />sarong<br />Irish<br />Fijian<br />Malayan<br />Mexican<br />Swedish<br />Russian<br />
  36. 36. How the other half lives?<br />
  37. 37. g _ _ _ _ _ s<br />g y p s i e s<br />These people live in movable homes. They often play violins, have dark hair and wear large earrings.<br />
  38. 38. h _ _ _ _ _ s<br />h ippie s<br />In the 1960s these people liked travelling: they went East – to Afghanistan or India. They had long hair and wore necklaces. <br /> They liked flowers.<br />
  39. 39. p _ _ _ s<br />p u n k s<br /> They have very colourful hair – pink or green or, sometimes none at all. They like leather clothing, Dr. Martens boots and metal chains.<br />
  40. 40. Bu _ _ _ _ _ t m _ _ ks<br />Bu d d h i s t m o n ks<br /> These religious people wear saffron robes and beg for their food.<br />
  41. 41. They follow football teams or pop groups enthusiastically from place to place.<br />f _ _ s<br />f a n s<br />
  42. 42. ent _ _ _ _ _ _ _ urs<br />ent r epreneurs<br /> These people are very good at thinking up exciting new business ideas. They take a risk and often make a lot of money.<br />
  43. 43. y _ _ _ _ _ s<br />y u ppie s<br />These people are young, have good, well-paid jobs and often live in big cities. They like expensive “toys” such as cars, hobby equipment, the latest electronic gadgets and other luxury items. <br />
  44. 44. t _ _ _ ps<br />t r amps<br /> These are usually men – they wander around and often sleep under bridges.<br />
  45. 45. Ec _ _ _ _ _ _ cs<br />Ec c e n t r ics<br />These people are often considered crazy because they behave in slightly strange or unusual ways. <br />
  46. 46. ro _ _ _ _ y<br /> They usually inherit money, houses and countries and might have a crown in their wardrobe.<br />ro y a l t y<br />
  47. 47. Weird festivals in the world<br />
  48. 48. Monkey Buffet Festival<br />Thailand<br />
  49. 49. Gurning<br />England<br />
  50. 50. Camel Wrestling<br />Turkey<br />
  51. 51. Battle of the Oranges<br />Italy<br />
  52. 52. La Tomatina<br />Spain<br />
  53. 53. Wife Carrying<br />Finland<br />
  54. 54. Garlic Festival<br />The USA<br />
  55. 55. Vanuatu Land Diving Festival<br />Oceania<br />
  56. 56. Teach the world<br />
  57. 57. escape<br />fire<br />8<br />7<br />6<br />5<br />4<br />9<br />3<br />Canada Saudi Arabia Brazil<br />Cuba Japan Mexico<br />France Australia Iceland<br />Austria Spain Tibet<br />India China Norway <br />10<br />2<br />11<br />1<br />door<br />Teacher<br />
  58. 58. escape<br />fire<br />Saudi<br />Icelander<br />Australian<br />Tibetan<br />Chinese<br />French<br />Indian<br />Japanese<br />Canadian<br />Brazilian<br />Norwegian<br />door<br />Teacher<br />
  59. 59. Thank you! <br />

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