1. FOOD 2. MUSIC - Ballads - Bagpipe - Fiddle- Haggis (sheep heart…) - Accordion - Celtic Harp- Buccleuch Scotch beef,- Smokie (smoked haddock- Caranachan (dessert)3. CELEBRITIES 4. OTHERS--Scotch Broth (poet) - St Andrew Robert Burns - Tartan - Sir Walter Scott (writer)--Shortbread cookies - Unicorn Sean Connery (actor)
•Robert Burns is the Scottish poet best known language.•His birthday was on 25th of January , also the date of theBurn`s Supper night.•He is considered a pioneer of the Romantic movement,being his death a great source of inspiration.• He belonged to a poor family, being farmers son WilliamBurns.• He began writing as a teenager, and he was publishedwithout obtaining large benefits.•He had 9 children with Jean Armour ,dying at the age of 37 ofheart problems.•Most of his works deal of Scottish folklore.• His mains poems are “TO A HAGGIS” and “RED RED ROSES”•He died on 21st of July 1796.
MAIN POEMS TO A HAGGIS RED RED ROSEFair and full is your honest, jolly face,Great chieftain of the sausage race!Above them all you take your place, O, my love is like a red, red rose,Stomach, tripe, or intestines: That is newly sprung in June.Well are you worthy of a grace O, my love is like the melody,As long as my arm. That is sweetly played in tune.The groaning trencher there you fill,Your buttocks like a distant hill, As fair are you, my lovely lass,Your pin would help to mend a mill So deep in love am I,In time of need, And I will love you still, my Dear,While through your pores the dews distill Till all the seas go dry.Like amber bead. Till all the seas go dry, my Dear,His knife see rustic Labour wipe,And cut you up with ready slight, And the rocks melt with the sun!Trenching your gushing entrails bright, O I will love you still, my Dear,Like any ditch; While the sands of life shall run.And then, O what a glorious sight,Warm steaming, rich! And fare you well, my only Love,Then spoon for spoon, the stretch and strive: And fare you well a while!Devil take the hindmost, on they drive, And I will come again, my Love,Till all their well swollen bellies by-and-by Although it were ten thousand mile¡Are bent like drums;Then old head of the table, most like to burst,The grace! hums.Is there that over his French ragout,Or olio that would sicken a sow,Or fricassee would make her vomitWith perfect disgust,Looks down with sneering, scornful view Summary: This poem is the love he feels Summary: This poem is about how to make a haggis Another poem of the author: tragic fragment, the tear drop, etc.
CREDITS A project intended for the 3rd year of C.S.E., designed by all students in 3ºB the subject “English F.L.” 2012/2013, IES La Arboleda, Lepe (Huelva- Spain)Alfonso Martín, Alejandro Garijo Ponce, Cristina Pérez Domínguez, MaríaBorja Guachamin, Ronald F. Gómez González, Alfonso Porras Santana, Bella CintaCalderón Merlo, Iván Manuel González Ramiro, Javier Revuelta Camacho, JesúsCamacho Eugenio, David González Santana, Manuel Rodríguez López, RafaelCandel Arques, María González Santana, MªVictoria Rodríguez Sánchez, VictoriaCastillo Flores, Héctor Gouveia Diana Roldán Vaz, IsabelCordero González, Adrián Guerrero Barroso, Juan Manuel Schaber , LeandraDacosta Buceta, Jesús Martín Rodríguez, Rocío Tenorio Da Silva, DeliaFernández Macías, Jesús María Navarro Navarro, María Toscano Gómez, María JoséFuentes De Acosta, Verónica Parra Cortés, Rocío Villegas Feria, Alejandro • Images and pictures have been taken from the following web pages: http://www.visitscotland.com/ www.aboutscotland.com http://www.robertburns.plus.com/launchrb.htm http://www.rabbie-burns.com/burnssupper http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/history/burnsnight/poetry/index.shtml • Thanks to Rocío Torres Sánchez, English Teacher at IES La Arboleda.