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  • 1. Where are you from? Book 1 – Unit 2
  • 2. THE CONTINENTS Africa, the Americas, Antarctica, Asia, Australia together with Oceania, and Europe are considered to be Continents.
  • 3. How many Continents are there in the world?
    • 5 continents Africa, America, Asia, Australia and Europe (symbolised in the five rings of the Olympic Games)
    • 6 continents - America, Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia/Oceania, and Europe. - Africa, Antarctica, Australia/Oceania, Eurasia, North America, and South America.
    • 7 continents Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia/Oceania, Europe, North America, and South America.
  • 4. AFRICA
  • 5. THE AMERICAS NORTH AMERICA SOUTH AMERICA
  • 6. ASIA
  • 7. AUSTRALIA
  • 8. EUROPE
  • 9. ANTARTIC
  • 10. NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST NORTHEAST SOUTHEAST SOUTWEST NORTHWEST COMPASS
  • 11. SPAIN
    • Official Name: Reino de España (Kingdom of Spain )
    • Nationality: Spaniard / Spanish
    • Official language: Spanish (74%)
    • Capital city: Madrid
    • Currency: Euro (EUR).
  • 12. UNITED KINDOM
    • Official Name: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Major languages: English, Welsh, Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic.
    • Nationality: British / Briton
    • Capital city: London
    • Currency: British Pound £ (GBP)
    Four constituent nations form the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland)
  • 13. BRAZIL
    • Official Name: República Federativa do Brasil (Federative Republic of Brazil )
    • Nationality: Brazilian
    • Official language: Portuguese
    • Capital city: Brasilia
    • Currency: Brazilian Real (BRL)
    Republic's Coat
  • 14. UNITED STATES
    • Official Name: United States of America
    • Abbreviation: US or USA
    • Nationality: American
    • Official language: English
    • Capital city: Washington DC
    • Currency: US Dollar (USD)
  • 15. AUSTRALIA
    • Official Name: Commonwealth of Australia
    • Nationality: Australian
    • Official language: English
    • Capital city: Canberra
    • Currency: Australian Dollar (AUD)
  • 16. CANADA
    • Official Name: Canada
    • Nationality: Canadian
    • Official language: English 59.3% (official), French 23.2% (official), and 53 native languages.
    • Capital city: Ottawa
    • Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD).
  • 17. CHINA
    • Official Name: Zhonghua Renmin Gongheguo
    • (People's Republic of China)
    • Local short form: Zhong Guo
    • Nationality: Chinese
    • Language: PuTongHua (Mandarin), Wu (spoken in Shanghai), Yue (Cantonese) plus other dialects.
    • Capital city: Beijing
    • Currency: Yuan Renminbi (CNY).
  • 18. FRANCE
    • Official Name: Republique Francaise
    • Nationality: French
    • Official language: French
    • Capital city: Paris
    • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • 19. BELGIUM
    • Official Name: Royaume de Belgique - Koninkrijk Belgie
    • International long form: Kingdom of Belgium
    • Nationality: Belgian
    • Official languages: Dutch, French and German
    • Capital city: Bruxelles
    • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • 20. FINLAND
    • Official name: Suomen tasavalta - Republiken Finland (Republic of Finland )
    • Nationality: Finn / Finnish
    • Official languages: Finnish (93%) and Swedish (6%)
    • Capital city: Helsinki
    • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • 21. GERMANY
    • Official name; Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Federal Republic of Germany )
    • Nationality: German
    • Official language: German
    • Capital city: Berlim
    • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • 22. MEXICO
    • Official Name: Estados Unidos Mexicanos (United Mexican States)
    • Nationality: Mexican
    • Official language: Spanish
    • Capital city: Cidade do México (Mexico City)
    • Currency: Mexican Peso (M$)
  • 23. GREECE
    • Official Name: Elliniki Dhimokratia (Hellenic Republic )
    • Nationality: Greek
    • Official language: Greek
    • Capital city: Athens
    • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • 24. JAPAN
    • Local name: Nihon (Nippon)
    • Nationality: Japanese (Nihongo)
    • Official language: Japanese
    • Capital city: Tokyo
    • Currency: Yen (JPY)
  • 25. ISRAEL
    • Official name: Medinat Yisra'el
    • Nationality: Israeli
    • Official language: Hebrew and Arabic.
    • Capital city: Jerusalem
    • Currency: (New) Israeli Sheqel (ILS)
  • 26. EGYPT
    • Official Name: Jumhuriyat Misr al-Arabiyah (Arab Republic of Egypt )
    • Nationality: Egyptian(s)
    • Official language: Arabic
    • Capital City: Cairo (al-Qa hirah)
    • Currency: Egyptian Pound (EGP)
  • 27. Project: Microcamp ABC Teacher Fernanda Souza Around the World
  • 28. Objectives
    • To learn about others cultures;
    • To talk about countries and nationalities;
    • To improve vocabulary;
    • To practice the speech;
    • To work in group.
  • 29. Groups
    • Africa
    • America
    • Europe
    • Asia
    • Oceania
  • 30. Classes
    • Form the groups and choose the continents;
    • Search about nationalities, flag, language, famous, places, famous people and money from 3 or 4 countries;
    • Prepare the presentation (Slides);
    • Writing and making a poster (school panel);
    • Presentation.
  • 31. http://www.nationsonline.org/oneworld/
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  • 36. www.national-anthems.net www.nationsonline.org/oneworld www.nationalgeographic.com
  • 37. Evaluation process
    • Participation;
    • Writing;
    • Poster;
    • Presentation.
  • 38. Let’s start?!

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