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Activities for Peace and Non Violence Day, 30th January

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Peace 2013

  1. 1. School Day ofPeace and Non- Violence Día escolar de la No Violencia y la Paz Journée Scolaire de laNon-violence et de la Paix 30th January- 30 de enero- 30 janvier
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  3. 3. Lessons1 and 2 MAFR
  4. 4. Origins - Orígenes• The School Day of Peace and Non-Violencewas first celebrated in 1964.• El día escolar de la paz y la no violencia secelebró por primera vez en 1964.• It is observed on January 30, on theanniversary of the death of Mahatma Gandhi.• Se celebra el 30 de enero, aniversario de lamuerte de Mahatma Gandhi. MAFR
  5. 5. Objective- Objetivo• Its objective is to educate for and abouttolerance, solidarity, agreement andrespect for Human Rights, non-violenceand peace.• El objetivo de esta celebraciónes educar por ypara la tolerancia, solidaridad, entendimiento yrespeto por los derechos humanos, la noviolencia y la paz. MAFR
  6. 6. Message- Mensaje• The basic message of this day is: “UniversalLove, Non-Violence and Peace. Universal Love isbetter than egoism, Non-violence is better thanviolence, and Peace is better than war”.• El mensaje de este día es: “Amor universal, noviolencia y paz. El amor es mejor que elegoismo, la no violencia es mejor que laviolencia, la paz es mejor que la guerra. MAFR
  7. 7. PEACEMAKERS Quest MAFR
  8. 8. PeacemakersThousands of people have contributedthroughout history to make world a betterplace to live. Many of them are people like youor me who remain unknown, but our role onearth is not irrelevant. Our individualcontributions at home, schools, or neighbours,our ability to forgive, understand and respectothers are those that make a difference in ourlives and the history of human beings. MAFR
  9. 9. PeacemakersMiles de personas han contribuido a través dela historia a convertir el mundo en un lugarmejor. Muchos son desconocidos, como tú ycomo yo, pero nuestro papel no es irrelevante.Nuestras pequeñas aportaciones en casa, en elinstituto, en el barrio…., nuestra capacidad deperdonar, comprender y respetar a los demás,son las que marcan la diferencia en nuestrasvidas y en la historia de los seres humanos. MAFR
  10. 10. PeacemakersOthers have become internationally known. Writers,politicians, religious leaders, philosophers, singers…. Some,not all, have been awarded Nobel Peace Prizes.Otros han alcanzado reconocimiento internacional:escritores, políticos, líderes religiosos, filósofos, cantantes,misioneros… Algunos, no todos, han sido premiados conun Nobel de la Paz. Exercise 1 (internet search)Search for “peacemakers” in their own countries or around theworld.Haz una búsqueda de personajes importantes que hayan contribuidoa la paz en sus países o en el mundo. MAFR
  11. 11. Nobel Peace PrizesThe Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded93 times to 124 Nobel Laureates between1901 and 2012, 100 individuals and 24organizations.El premio Nobel de la Paz ha sido otorgado en93 ocasiones a 124 galardonados desde 1901,100 premios individuales y 24 aorganizaciones. Exercise 2 Nobel Quizz Source MAFR
  12. 12. Third Lesson2 ESO- GROUP E (bilingual) English (worsheet) Citizenship (discussion) MAFR
  13. 13. PEACE SYMBOLS Reading Activity MAFR
  14. 14. Peace Symbols Sources: http://www.britishcouncil.orghttp://learnenglish.educ.ar/peace-symbols/ MAFR
  15. 15. The Olive branch• The olive tree has always been a valuable source of food and oil. But no one knows for sure when or why it began to symbolise peace. There is probably a connection with ancient Greece. Wars between states were suspended during the Olympic Games, and the winners were given crowns of Adapted from http://www.britishcouncil.org olive branches. MAFR
  16. 16. The Olive branch• Whatever the history, the olive branch is a part of many modern flags symbolising peace and unity.• One well-known example is the United Nations symbol. Adapted from http://www.britishcouncil.org MAFR
  17. 17. The DoveThe dove has been a symbolof peace and innocence forthousands of years in manydifferent cultures.But it was Pablo Picasso whomade the dove a modernsymbol of peace when heused it on a poster for theWorld Peace Congress in1949. Adapted from http://www.britishcouncil.org MAFR
  18. 18. The rainbowThe rainbow is another ancientand universal symbol, oftenrepresenting the connectionbetween human beings andtheir gods. Nowadays therainbow is used by manypopular movements for peaceand the environment,representing the possibility of abetter world in the future andpromising sunshine after therain. Adapted from http://www.britishcouncil.org MAFR
  19. 19. Mistletoe• This plant was sacred in many cultures, generally representing peace and love.• The ancient Druids believed that hanging mistletoe in your doorway protected you from evil spirits. Tribes would stop fighting for a period of time if they found a tree with Adapted from mistletoe. http://www.britishcouncil.org MAFR
  20. 20. The ankhThe ankh is an ancient symbol whichwas adopted by the hippie movementin the 1960s to represent peace andlove. It was found in many Asiancultures, but is generally associatedwith ancient Egypt. It represented lifeand immortality. Egyptians wereburied with an ankh, so that theycould continue to live in theafterworld. Adapted from http://www.britishcouncil.org MAFR
  21. 21. CND LogoThis is one of the mostwidely known symbols inthe world. It was designedin 1958 by Gerald Holtomas the logo of theCampaign for NuclearDisarmament (CND).Nowadays, it is aninternational peacesymbol. MAFR
  22. 22. The “V” hand signal• The V sign has various meanings, depending on the cultural context and how it is presented.• It was adopted by the 1960s counterculture movement as a sign for peace (with palm outward) MAFR
  23. 23. Discuss1. As you see, there are many differentsymbols to represent the word “peace”,can you think of any others?2. Did you know that blue is the colourwhich symbolizes peace? What otherfeelings of things are associated with thecolour blue? Answer MAFR
  24. 24. Discuss1. Como has visto, hay muchos símbolosque representan la paz. ¿se te ocurrealgún otro? 2. ¿Sabías que el color azul es el colorque simboliza la paz? ¿Qué otrossentimientos u objetos se asocian al colorazul? Answer MAFR
  25. 25. Fourth Lesson MAFR
  26. 26. Tolerance, Peaceand Non Violence MAFR
  27. 27. Tolerance, Peace and Non ViolenceWorksheetFicha MAFR
  28. 28. Lessons 5 and 6 Tutorial : Doves Arts and Crafts: Word Clouds MAFR
  29. 29. WORD CLOUDSVocabulary Activities MAFR
  30. 30. Peace Brainstorm- What does the word “peace”mean to you?- Think about other words relatedthe concept of peace.- Think about words that mean theopposite MAFR
  31. 31. Peace Brainstorm- ¿Qué significa la palabra “paz” parati?- Piensa en otras palabras que seansinónimos o tengan relación con elconcepto de PAZ- ¿Qué otros términos te sugieren osignifican lo contrario? MAFR
  32. 32. Word Clouds 1 MAFR
  33. 33. Word Clouds 2 MAFR
  34. 34. Word Clouds 3 MAFR
  35. 35. Arts and CraftsExercise- Con todas palabras que has propuesto,cread en grupos vuestras propias nubes depalabras. Visita el link para ver másejemplos o crear una en línea.- Using all those words, create your ownword cloud. View some examples createdby others or create your with this toolhttp://www.wordle.net/ MAFR
  36. 36. Lesson 7 MAFR
  37. 37. Peace SongsMany songs have been created around theconcept of “peace”. Two of the mostpopular were written during the Vietnamwar: 1971 “Peace Train" by Yusuf Islam (CatStevens) and John Lenon’s 1969 hit "GivePeace A Chance”, which became an anthemof the American anti-war movement in the70s.(click on the titles to watch the videos, click on the singers for worksheets) MAFR
  38. 38. Peace SongsSe han compuesto muchas canciones sobre lapaz. Dos de las más famosas fueron escritasdurante la guerra de Vietnam: “Peace Train"de Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) en 1971 y "GivePeace A Chance” de John Lennon. Esta última,editada en 1969, se convirtió en uno de loshimnos del movimiento americano contra laguerra en los años setenta.(click on the titles to watch the videos, click on the singers for worksheets) MAFR
  39. 39. Imagine clickImagine 1- 2 ESO Option AImagine 1-2 ESO Option B Mosaico de Imagine en Strawberry Fields, New York, en homenaje a John John Lennon Portrait by Seventh Son. Lennon. Foto de Ramy Majouji. MAFR
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