Everyday Culture Created By: Woodsfield Elementary 6th Grade

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We eat cookies,French fries,hot dogs,hamburgers,and cake. We celebrate by going out to eat ... California- They pray on Passover, Hanukah, Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving. ...

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Slide 1:Everyday Culture

Created By: Woodsfield Elementary 6th Grade Contributions from: Austin, TX; Long Beach, CA; Qatar; and Belarus

Slide 2:Homes

By:Jimmy,Dylan, Zac, Jesse,Kordell

Slide 3:What is your house made of?

A lot of people houses were made of bricks,wood,and cement.

Slide 4:What Appliances Are in Your Home?

People have stoves,ovens,washers,dryers,microwaves,refrigerators,fireplaces,toilets,showers,bathtubs,sinks,freezers,computers,TVís,items for cooking,vacuums,telephones,and light.

Slide 5:How Many Families Live In Your House?

Everybody said one. 1 person from Qatar said nannies, drivers,and cooks 2 families said that they lived with extended families including grandparents, one from Qatar and the other from California.

Slide 6:A Picture Of A House

This is a normal house in our area. It is right across the street from our school.

Slide 7:Another house

Slide 8:Chores

By Zack Fronheiser, Kayla Rininger, and Kathleen Speelman

Slide 9:Chores in Belarus

Kids in Belarus get about $5 a week chores depend on gender It takes 30 to 60 minutes to do chores

Slide 10:Chores in Texas

Donít depend on gender It takes 1 to 2 hours to do chores Some kids do not get an allowance

Slide 11:Chores in California

Do not depend on gender It takes 30 to 60 minutes to do chores Some kids get $5 a week for allowance

Slide 12:Chores in Qatar

Chores do not depend on gender Most kids do not have chores because they have maids If they have chores they get about $10 a week If they chores it takes them about an hour to do them

Slide 13:Chores in Ohio

Chores do not depend on gender Some kids get an allowance It take about 1 to 2 hours to do chores

Slide 14:Birthdays

By Devun, Zach D ,Jeff,Josh

Slide 15:Birthdays

In Qatar they usually have a birthday party. The kind of gifts they get is electronics,clothes, jewelry. They eat cake and ice cream

Slide 16:Birthday

In Texas they eat ice cream and cake. For presents they get ipods,gift cards,camera and bikes.

Slide 17:Birthdays

In Belarus they have a party. They eat cookies,cake, and salad The type of gifts they get are stuffed animals and toys and clothing

Slide 18:Birthdays

In Ohio we get money,hugs,and kisses We eat cookies,French fries,hot dogs,hamburgers,and cake We celebrate by going out to eat or shopping.

Slide 19:Birthday

In California they eat cake,candy, ice cream, pizza,cookies and cup cakes They have a party

Slide 20:By: Laikyn, Shayna, Jordyn, Jenny, & Devon

Slide 21:*Clothes from Qatar*

How do clothes vary for different activities(What you wear to school, what you wear at home, or on the weekends)? To school they wear uniforms unless they are in P.E. When they are at home they wear casual clothes. On the weekends they wear nice clothes. Where do you buy your clothes and where were they made? Most of them buy their clothes at markets and malls and they were made from all different countries including America. How often and where do you wash your clothes? Most of them wash their clothes every 2 days.They wash them in a laundry room or have a nanny wash them.

Slide 22:~Clothes from Belarus~

How do clothes vary for different activities(What you wear to school, what you wear at home or on weekends?) They wear school uniforms, and at home they wear stuff like jeans, t-shirts, shorts, and sweaters. (Depends on weather.) Where do you buy your clothes and where are they made? They buy them at the local supermarket and they are made in factories.

Slide 23:~Clothes from Belarus (Con.)~

How often and where do you wash your clothes? They wash there clothes once a week and they wash them in a washing machine.

Slide 24:*Clothes from Texas*

How do clothes vary for different activities? They where uniforms to school and casual clothes at home and on weekends. Where do you buy your clothes and where were they made? They buy their clothes at stores such as: Gap and Target. They were mostly made in China. How often and where do you wash your clothes? Most of them wash them once a week. They wash their clothes in a washing machine.

Slide 25:~Clothes from CA~

How do clothes vary for different activities? They wear uniforms to school, light clothing for sports, and wetsuits for surfing. Where do you buy your clothes and where were they made? They buy their clothes at malls. They were made in China and Japan.

Slide 26:~Clothes from CA~ (Con.)

How often and where do you wash your clothes? They wash their clothes once a week. They also wash their clothes in a washing machine.

Slide 27:*Clothes from Ohio*

How do clothes vary for different activities? We wear casual clothes to school and comfortable clothes at home. We have uniforms for sports. Where do you buy your clothes and where were they made? We buy our clothes at the mall. They were made in various countries.

Slide 28:*Clothes from Ohio* (Con.)

How often and where do you wash your clothes? Every other day we wash them, and we wash them in a laundry room.

Slide 29:Weekend Activities

By: Jeremy,Chris,Gregg,Shaun,Adam

Slide 30:What people do on the weekend

Woodsfield, Ohio- play video games, ride skateboards, play sports and go to church. Long beach, California- play sports, go to the movies, go to friendís houses, and go to church. Qatar Academy- ride four wheelers in the sand dunes, jet ski, shopping, go swimming, go bowling, and hang with friends. Belarus- go fishing, care for animals, gather mushrooms, play with pets, and organize school parties. Austin, Texas- watch TV, use the computer, eat, have sleepovers, go out on boats, and play sports.

Slide 31:This is a four wheeler

This is me (Chris) on my 300cc Honda four wheeler.

Slide 32:Who people spend their weekend with

Most people, regardless of where they live, spend the weekend with their family and friends.

Slide 33:Limits and Rules

Woodsfield, OH- Bed time at either 10:00pm or 11:00pm.Canít disobey parents. Long Beach, California- Bed time at either 10:30pm or 9:00pm, canít disobey parents and canít have lighters. Austin, Texas- Have to stay at a quiet limit and make sure things donít get to dirty.Ex. Around the house. Qatar, Academy- Most people have no curfews on the week end. Belarus- They have to be home by 10:00pm and at 11:00pm on the holidays.

Slide 34:Food

BY: Cameron, Tabby, Izzy, Shannan, and Brianna

Slide 35: Favorite Cultural Foods

Belarus- potatoes cooked in many ways Qatar- Rice, Kabobs, Ayam Percia Texas- Italian Spaghetti, Tex-Mex Ohio- Pizza and Tacos California- Tofu Miso Soup, or creeps, Kugel, French Fries, Ding Dongs,

Slide 36: Eating Traditions

Qatar has to eat with their right hands, eat Muslim food, (They are Muslims), and they pray before eating. Some people in Ramadan have to eat when the sun sets, and cannot eat pork.

Slide 37:Eating Traditions-Continued

California- They pray on Passover, Hanukah, Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving. Some people donít have any traditions. They donít have any requirements when preparing foods, except for eating it! ? ?

Slide 38:Eating Traditions- Continued

Texas- Doesnít have any traditions for eating or preparing foods.

Slide 39:Eating Traditions- Continued

Ohio- In some peopleís familyís, they sit around and talk. They get phone calls from family members, and friends. Some people pray too.

Slide 40:Eating Traditions- Continued

Belarus- There main foods are potatoes, so they told us the many ways that they cook, bake, boilÖ.. There potatoes. You can fry them. Make potato soup, potato pancakes, and potato babka. There are also many other ways listed.

Slide 41: Do you grow? Or do you buy?

Qatar- In Qatar they usually donít raise there own food, they just pack up and take a trip to the local market. Of course, the kids donít shop! They leave that for the parents!

Slide 42: Do you grow? Or do you buy?

California- They donít have many farms, as it is mostly hustle and bustle for them. They do grow some of there foods though, in there backyard gardens. But mostly they stick to the store.

Slide 43:Do you grow? Or do you buy?

Texas- They arenít really into the whole farming idea, just like us. They could hit the store, or go outside and pick some home-grown produce. ?

Slide 44:Do you grow? Or do you buy?

Ohio- Finally, we have someone who raises most of there food! They raise corn, green beans, both on there own. They do buy potatoes.

Slide 45:Do you grow? Or do you buy?

Belarus- People there have their small kitchen gardens, where they grow some vegetables; carrots, beats, onion, cucumbers, tomatoes, and potatoes, and many more.

Slide 46: What we thinkÖÖ.

Well, it is pretty basic for us. We grow or shop, like to eat just about anything that we can fit in our mouths. Well, one thing is for sure, and weíre positive that we speak for the whole class when we say- this was a fun experience, and food rocks!!!! ? ? ? ? ?

Slide 47:THE END.THE END.

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