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England 2

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  • 1. England . Cody Herring.
  • 2. Foods/ snacks
    • They have red rooster, McDonalds and lots of all you can eats
    • England traditional foods are beef, lamb, pork, chicken and fish. Mainly with potatoes and one other vegetables.
  • 3. Jobs/ industries
    • Good jobs.   Accounting   Administration   Banking & Fin. Services Call Centre/ Cust.Service   Construction Consulting & Corp. Strategy   Education & Training Engineering Healthcare & Medical Hospitality & Tourism   HR & Recruitment   Insurance & Superannuation   I.T. & T Legal   Manufacturing/Operations   Real Estate & Property   Retail &Consumer Prods.   Sales & Marketing   Science & Technology
    • Common jobs. The jobs were fishing farming and ship building Jobs around home.
  • 4. Map/ Flag. The cross represented in each flag is named after the patron saint of each country: St. George, patron saint of England, St. Andrew, patron saint of Scotland and St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. The image below renders the idea of the union of the three flags forming one unified, transnational Flag.  
  • 5. Weather/ climate
    • The average temputure in summer is20ºc - 22ºc. And in winter an average of 4.4 °C
    • How hot does it get?
    • It does snow in some places in England,
  • 6. Animals/ Pets/ introduced animals.
    •   The most common animals chosen as pets are dogs and cats.  Sometimes a family will opt for a rabbit, fish, turtle, or even a ferret.  Be aware of how much space the animal will need when choosing your pet.  Cats are most likely to be comfortable in a normal size home, but they can often get frisky and may cause damage to furniture and/or carpet.  Dogs that grow to large sizes will need lots of space!  Keep in mind that even if they start out small, puppies will not remain puppies forever!  They all must grow up... in both age and size!
  • 7. History.
    •   War had profound effects on twentieth-century London.  For the first time since the 17th century, the city was directly attacked. Then, the weapon was cannon fire. In the 20th century explosive bombs were carried by airships and aeroplanes into the heart of the city. A terrifying new dimension had been introduced into warfare.
  • 8. School.
    • Introduction to School Life
    • Education is an important part of British life . There are hundreds of schools, colleges and universities, including some of the most famous in the world.
    • Education is free and compulsory for all children between the ages of 5 - 16.
    • Children's education in England is normally divided into two separate stages. They begin with primary education at the age of five and this usually lasts until they are eleven. Then they move to secondary school, there they stay until they reach sixteen, seventeen or eighteen years of age. Find out what year (grade) you would be in England.
    • Teachers in primary schools ( 4 - 11 year olds) are always addressed by their surname by parents and pupils alike, always Mr, Mrs or Miss Smith.…. In secondary schools (11 - 16 years), teachers are usually addressed as Miss or Sir.
    • Read about our students Top 10 things about Woodlands Junior School
    • Worksheet on British Schools for students to fill in.
    • The go on a bus to go to school, or they get a lift and they can also walk if they are close to there school.

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