Christmas Quiz 2008. Arrange yourselves into teams of 4 Think of a team name Winning team members win 3 house points each!! Choose a bonus round from the next slide (worth double points). By Miss Chapman. Name the personality Name the movie Entertainment World Capitals Name the country
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Christmas Quiz2008 • Arrange yourselves into teams of 4 • Think of a team name • Winning team members win 3 house points each!! • Choose a bonus round from the next slide (worth double points) By Miss Chapman
Name the personality • Name the movie • Entertainment • World Capitals • Name the country • Name the team • Sport • In the News • GeoFacts • Higher or Lower • Bling that Thing • Who’s who • Christmas Round • Food • Song Lyrics • Geography Anagrams Christmas 2008
3 1 2 4 Name the personality 5 6 9 10 7 8
Name the movie 3 2 1 5 4 7 6 8
What age certificate was the latest Batman film? • Who was the first person to be voted out of the Celebrity jungle? • What was the charity single released by X-Factor contestants called? • Name the actor who played the voice of Kung Fu Panda. • What is the name of the Chef who stars in the F-Word. • Who had a hit album with ‘out of control’? • What film starred both Meryl Streep and Pierce Bosnan? • Finish this film title: ‘Angus,...... and........ ..........’.
World Capitals • Kabul • Washington DC • Vienna • Budapest • New Delhi • Kingston • Nairobi • Prague • Cairo • Copenhagen
3 4 1 2 6 8 5 40 10 9 7 Name the team
Name the Sport • Beckham • Wilkinson • Radcliffe • Hendry • Schumacher • Fogarty • Woods • Tyson • Botham • Sampras.
In which country did a man give birth this year? • What happened in the Sichuan province in China this year? • Who lost the race to become American President? • What happened to VAT on the 1st December? • What term has been coined for the current financial situation? (C.....C.....) • What happened to Shannon Matthews? • Why were Jonathon Ross and Russell Brand both in trouble with the BBC? • Which country is currently suffering from a massive cholera outbreak?
GeoFacts – True/False • France is one of the oldest countries in the world. • Over 97% of the water on Earth is salt water. • New York is 5 hours ahead of London. • There are 53 countries in Africa. • In Malaysia the currency is the ‘ringgit’. • China is the largest country in the world. • The Earth is 3 billion years old. • The Hawaiin alphabet only contains 12 letters. • Mt. Everest grows about 4 millimeters a year. • The Great wall of China is visible from outer space.
Higher or Lower You get a point for guessing if the correct answer is high or lower and a bonus mark goes to the team with the closest correct answer. • The population of China is 1.5 billion. • The Queen is worth £10 billion. • The cost of a BugattiVeyron is £2 million. • The oldest woman in the world is 104. • The number of adults it would take holding hands to circle the Earth is 999,000.
Bling that Thing Match the currency to the country.
Christmas Round. 1) Electric Christmas tree lights were first used in: • 1492 b) 1895 c) 1944 d) 1976 2) The name of Scrooge’s deceased business partner in ‘A Christmas Carol’ was: • Bob Cratchit b) Jerry Cornelius c) Bill Sykes d) Jacob Marley 3) In North America children put stockings out at Christmas time, their Dutch counterparts use: • Old hats b) beer mugs c) shoes d) stockings like everyone else! 4) What name does NOT belong to one of Santa’s reindeer? a) Comet b) Prancer c) Blitzen d) Klaxon
Christmas Round 5) In Australia, usual Boxing Day activities include: • building snowmen b) tobogganing c) wombat hunting d) surfing 6) At Christmas, it is customary to exchange kisses beneath a sprig of which plant? • ivy b) yew c) holly d) mistletoe 7) Which popular Christmas song was actually written for Thanksgiving? • Away in a manger b) Frosty the snowman c) Jingle Bells d) Joy to the world. 8) In 1647, the English Parliament passed a law that: a) Made Christmas illegal b) recognised Christmas as an official holiday c) let prisoners spend Christmas day at home d) gave santa immunity to break and enter charges
Where is the food from? • Hamburger • Paella • Quiche Lorraine • Haggis • Bombay Duck • Ravioli • Goulash • Croissants • Birds Nest Soup • Sauerkraut
Song Lyrics • “You got me going. You're oh so charming” • “It's a mess, it's a start. It's a full work of art” • “She got her own thing. That's why I love her” • “So so what? I'm still a rock star” • “This was never the way I planned,not my intention.” • “Cause I, need time. My heart is numb, has no feeling.” • “I would turn off my phone. Tell everyone it’s broken” • “Cause my heart is turning to solid gold,and my head is saying honey too good to be true” Take That Britney Spears Girls Aloud Pink Katy Perry Beyonce Snow Patrol Ne-Yo