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A selection of the slides we talked about for our celebration of International Women's Day at Navitas English Sydney.

A selection of the slides we talked about for our celebration of International Women's Day at Navitas English Sydney.

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Pecha Kucha for Women's Day Pecha Kucha for Women's Day Presentation Transcript

  • Order of events
    Introduction: Helen Zimmerman
    PechaKucha: Katrina Hennigan
    PechaKucha: Meg’s class
    Pecha Karaoke
    PechaKucha: Clare McGrath
    Mingle
    PechaKucha film: Peter’s class
    PechaKucha: HanaDaniszewska
    Quiz
    PechaKucha: Lucy Blakemore
  • Katrina Hennigan
    View slide
  • View slide
  • Feminism
  • 1:1
  • Meg’s class
  • Definition
    Originally called International Working Women’s Day is marked on the 8th of March every year
    It is a major day of global celebration of women
  • Kara
  • AMURO NAMIE
    HAMASAKI AYUMI
  • RadenAyuKartini
  • Katy Perry
  • KIM YUNA KOREA’S OLYMPIC FIGURE SKATING WORLD CHAMPION.THE 19 YEAR OLD SKATER IS VERY POPULAR!
  • Miss Vo Thi Sau
    Soldier in the France/Vietnam war.
    French colonialists detained her in Ba Ria prison.
    Before being shot, she refused baptism and looked straight into the enemy guns.
  • Phan Thị Mỹ Tâm (born January 16, 1981), best known simply as Mỹ Tâm, is a Vietnamese pop singer
    She is an agent of Pepsi and Sunsilk.
  • MASAKO
  • AUNG SAN SUU KYI
    From Burma
    Pro Democracy for Burma
    1989 was arrested
    1991 Nobel Peace Prize for Peace
    2010 was released.
  • ANNE FRANK
    Jewish
    Wrote a famous diary
    During the war she hid from the Nazis
    Her diary is famous and shows us how they lived during the war.
  • Clare McGrath
  • HanaDaniszewska
  • Women ?INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 1910-2011
    Botticelli, Birth of Venus
  • British suffragette with a poster, giving out newspapers
  • ‘Thisholidaycelebrateswomen for theever-increasingworkthatthey do’
  • maybe something more …

  • Can you do that ?
  • All Nobel Prize Winners by Gender
    A total of 41 women have been awarded the Nobel Prize between 1901 and 2009.
  • Maria Skłodowska – Curie
    7 of November 1867 in Warsaw – 4 of July 1934 inPassy.
    In 1903 awarded Nobel Prize in Physics
    In 1911 awarded Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
    While an actively loyal French citizen, she never lost her sense of Polish identity. She named the first new chemical element that she discovered polonium (1898) for Poland.
  • The Three Oddest Words
    WisławaSzymborska, 1996
    When I pronounce the word Future, the first syllable already belongs to the past.
    When I pronounce the word Silence, I destroy it.
    When I pronounce the word Nothing, I make something no non-being can hold.
    In 1996 awarded Nobel Prize in Literature.
  • Irena Sendlerowa, socialworker
    Irena Kwiatkowska, actress
    JustynaKowalczyk, cross-country skier
  • Lucy Blakemore
  • “Little Women”
    A PechaKucha presentationfor International Women’s Day
  • 1932 Soviet poster:
    “8th of March is the day of the rebellion of the working women against the kitchen slavery"
  • Little Women?
  • ‘Some days I’ve believed in as many as six impossible things before breakfast…’
  • Little Women
  • Little Women (& men)
  • Mad Hatter: You're not the same as you were before. You were much more...‘muchier’. You've lost your ‘muchness’.
    Alice: My ‘muchness’?
    Mad Hatter: [points to Alice's heart]
    In there.
  • Alice: Lost my ‘muchness’, have I?
  • ?