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  • 1. HEROES
  • 2. What’s a hero?“Aquel individuo ilustre y famoso por sus hazañas o virtudes.”“Personaje principal de un poema o relato en qué se representa una acción”.“En la mitología antigua, el nacido de un dios o una diosa y de una persona humana: Hércules, Aquiles,…..” Diccionario de la Real Academia de la Lengua Española
  • 3. · Un héroe es todo aquel que hace lo quepuede. Romain Rolland (1866-1944), escritor francésgalardonado con el Premio Nobel.· Un héroe lo es en todos sentidos ymaneras, y ante todo, en el corazón y en elalma. Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) Historiador, pensador yensayista inglés.· No hay héroe en la soledad; los actossublimes están determinados siempre por elentusiasmo de muchos. Eliphas Lévi (1810-1875)Mago y escritor ocultista francés.
  • 4. Some HEROES fromthe past, the legend,the science fiction….
  • 5. Aquiles fury. Coypel. S. XVIII.
  • 6. King ArthurFrench Rennaissance tapestry
  • 7. El Cid Campeador Monument in Burgos
  • 8. ThorThunder god in northern and german countries
  • 9. Are there still heroes? The hero in today’s world.We are prosposing someexamples.What do you think?Can we consider the followingpeople today’s heroes?
  • 10. ¿Pseudo-heroes, celebrities,...or real heroes?Cristiano Ronaldo Justin Bieber
  • 11. Paris Hilton Angelina Jolie
  • 12. Some contemporary heroes
  • 13. Mahatma (big spirit)Gandhi He was thepreeminent leaderof Indiannationalism inBritish ruled India.Employing non-violent civildisobedience,Gandhi led India toindependence andinspiredmovements for civilrights and freedomacross the world
  • 14. Martin Luther KingHe was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.
  • 15. Nelson MandelaPresident of SouthAfrica from 1994 to1999, and was thefirst South Africanpresident to beelected in a fullyrepresentativedemocratic election.Before his presidency,Mandela was a militantanti-apartheid activist.As president, hefrequently gavepriority toreconciliation, whileintroducing policiesaimed at combatingpoverty and inequalityin South Africa.
  • 16. Aung San SuuKyiShe is a Burmeses oppositionpolitician and the GeneralSecretary of the NationalLeague for Democracy. SuuKyi received the Nobel PeacePrizee in 1991.
  • 17. Superbarrio Gómez , the poorpoverty heroHe’s not fast as a plane.He’s not strong as anelephant.He can’t stop a train butwhenever there’s dondehay un desahucio siempreestará él,Superbarrio Gómez is asocial activist in Méxicobelonging to anorganization fighting infavour of houses foreverybody. In severalinterviews he’s declaredthat his aim is to defendand protect ha declaradoque su misión es defenderand protect ordinarypeople’s rights
  • 18. Some heroes in 2011 http://edition.cnn.com/ SPECIALS/cnn.heroes/ 2012.heroes/index.html
  • 19. Pushpa Basnet CHAMPIONING CHILDRENPushpa Basnetwas shocked tolearn thatchildren in Nepalwere living inprisons with theirparents. In 2005,she started achildrens centerthat has providedsupport, such ashousing,education andmedical care, tomore than 100children ofincarceratedparents.
  • 20. Benjamin LaBrot MEDICAL MARVELDr. BenjaminLaBrot startedFloating Doctors,a nonprofit thattravels by sea toprovide freehealth care forpeople in remotecoastal areas. Inthe last twoyears, LaBrot andhis volunteerteam havetreated nearly13,000 patientsin Haiti,Honduras andPanama
  • 21. Iraq war veteranJake Woodstarted TeamRubicon, anonprofit thatbrings militaryveteranstogether to helpcommunities hitby naturaldisasters. Since2010, the grouphas grown to1,400 volunteersand carried out14 missionsaround the world
  • 22. EL MUNDO.ES11-01-2012So that the diabetesher daughter and a13% of the Spanishpopulation suffercan still beinvestigated, she’sheld charities, soldT-shirts and hasbeen able to collectmore than 7.000euros to pay for theinvestigator,Silvia,salary, until April
  • 23. Here you’ll be able tonominate somebody to be your 2012 herohttp://edition.cnn.com/SPECIALS/ cnn.heroes/2012.nom/esp/ index.html
  • 24. Collective heroesWhen we are the heroes......
  • 25. The “Arab spring” Revolutions , popular riots new in history, in favour ofdemocracy in the Arab world.. started in 2010 in Northern Africa
  • 26. The 15-M MovementTambién llamadomovimiento de losindignados, es unmovimientociudadano formado araíz del 15 de mayode 2011 con unaserie de protestaspacíficas en Españacon la intención depromover unademocracia másparticipativa y real,alejada delbipartidismo y deldominio de bancos ygrandes empresascapitalistas.
  • 27. Los estudiantes… IES Jaume Fluís Vives de ValenciaEL PAÍS. 21-02-2012. “Continúan las protestas contra laactuación de la Policía Nacional con cargas y detenciones dealumnos del Instituto IES Luís Vives de Valencia el pasadomiércoles 15 de febrero.”“Los manifestantes protestan con libros en alto contra la violenciapolicial en Valencia”
  • 28. Ahora que ya conocemosalgunos héroes…., ¡a trabajar!
  • 29. Some problems in today’s world that require heroes
  • 30. POWER AND WEALTHONLY FOR SOME PEOPLE HUNGER
  • 31. POVERTY IMMIGRATION
  • 32. WAR RELIGIOUS CONFLICTS
  • 33. ENVIRONMENTDESTRUCTION GLOBAL WARMING
  • 34. DRUGS ABUSE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
  • 35. CONSUMERISM FEEDING PROBLEMS
  • 36. We already know the problems and, so, thepossible objetives of our hero.
  • 37. OBJETIVeS Allied partnersAntagonistic enemies POWERS - QUALITIES
  • 38. Ok, It’s your turn. Work in teams tocreate your hero. There are manyoptions to present it: -In a graphic way (poster with drawings) - An oral description. - A short theatre representation - Powerpoint - Vídeo - Any other way you find it’s interesting.Cheer up!, we need heroes