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    • Chapter 6 - CENTRAL AMERICA and the CARIBBEAN ISLANDS Lesson 3 – THE PEOPLE and CULTURES 我认为世界外国语中学的学生是可爱的
      • Yr 8’s, let’s get back on the aircraft and hop on over to Central America and we’ll continue our WFLMS journey through Central America!
    • Lesson Questions
      • 1.What cultures are in Central America?
      • 2.What cultures are in the Caribbean?
      • 3.What are some signs of a Cultural Blend?
      • 4.What Religions do the People Practice?
      • 5.What Languages do the People Speak?
      • 6.Where do most People Live?
      • 7.What Problems Does This Area Face?
    • Core Vocabulary
      • Mulattos 黑白混血儿
      • Calypso 卡利普索
      • Salsa 莎莎
      • Merengue 梅伦格
      • Reggae 雷鬼
      • Voodoo 巫术
    • Mulattos
      • African ancestors had children with Europeans
      • Most people living on the Caribbean Islands are Mulattos.
    • What Cultures are in the Caribbean?
    • Slaves in the Sugar Plantations
    • Sugar Cane Plantation
    • Salsa
    • Salsa Music and Dance
    • Calypso Pirates of the Caribbean
    • Hollywood Pirates
    • Scene from “Pirates of the Caribbean”
    • Reggae music
    • Reggae Rocks
    • Reggae Songs for Lovers
    • Voodoo
    • Voodoo Pop
    • El Salvador - Volcano
    • Children used as part of the Civil war effort in El Salvador
      • One of the most iconic events in El Salvador’s history is its twelve year long civil war which occurred from (1980-1992). The parties involved were the right-wing militant group, Junta Revolucionaria de Gobierno and the left-wing guerilla organization, FMLN . During these 12 years, the citizens of El Salvador were subjected to violent acts and inhumane treatment in the form of massacres by the hand of the government run militant group . In order to “take back” their country, local civilians (even children) took up arms in order to form the FMLN. Some of the tragic events that will forever be associated with this violent and blood drenched period in El Salvador’s history are:
    • Volcano in El Salvador
    • WHAT PROBLEMS DOES THIS AREA FACE?
    • Civil war means big loss of life in El Salvador
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    • Election poster for the Communist Rebel Forces
    • Obama with Nicaragua Communist Dictator Daniel Ortega:
    • Population growth in the Caribbean
    • Caribbean Rainforest torn down
    • US Troop Presence in Central America
    • Hand grenades