GLOBAL DAEHAN. 1: Around The World - Greetings. Day 1 Time Frame: 10 minutes. Let’s Begin!. Right now, all around the world, people are greeting each other in different ways. They are bowing. They are shaking hands. They are Kissing. They are hugging. Let’s Talk!.
1: Around The World - Greetings
Day 1 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Right now, all around the world, people are greeting each other in different ways.
They are bowing.
They are shaking hands.
They are Kissing.
They are hugging.
How do people in your country greet each other?
How do you greet strangers?
How do you greet your friends?
2: Around The World - Families
Day 2 Time Frame: 10 minutes
This is a picture of an extended family. The grandparents, parents, and children all live together in one apartment. Sometimes, even uncles, aunts, and cousins live with the main family in the same house too. Extended families are very common around the world especially in Asia
This is a nuclear family. Only one mother, father, and the children are in this home. The grandparents, uncles, aunts, and cousins are in different homes. Nuclear families are very common in the West especially in the United States.
Is your family a nuclear family or an extended family?
Which type of family is common in your country?
In your opinion, what are good things and bad things about These types of families?
3: Around The World – Colors and Cultures
Day 3 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Did you know that blue and pink aren’t just children’s clothing colors around the world?
The meanings of different colors differ from country to country. For example, in some western cultures, blue is a common clothing color for little girls, not little boys.
For some people, yellow is a happy color. For some people, red is a lucky color, for others it is an unlucky color.
There are also different colors for special days in different cultures. For example, white is a traditional color for weddings in most cultures around the world. But for some cultures in the West, black is a traditional color for the groom to wear.
What are the meanings of different colors in your country?
What are common clothing colors for boys in your country?
4: Around The World - Homes
Day 4 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Homes are different all around the world.
This family is living in an apartment building.
This family is living in a houseboat.
This family is living in a farmhouse.
This family is living in a mobile home.
Where do you live?
What different kinds of Homes are there in your country?
This family is living in a hut.
5: Around The World- Hobbies
Day 5 Time Frame: 10 minutes
People around the world engage in different hobbies.
This is into playing basketball..
This woman is into arts. She’s into paintings
This man is into computers and his hobby is surfing the net.
This girl is into collecting stamps for a hobby.
What are your hobbies?
What Hobbies are common in your country?
6: Around The World - Work
Day 6 Time Frame: 10 minutes
The jobs that men and women have are changing in many countries around the world.
A MALE nurse In Costa Rica.
A FEMALE airline pilot in England.
A FEMALE company president in France.
A FEMALE construction worker in Vietnam.
A MALE teacher in Bangladesh.
What are jobs common to men in your country?
What are jobs common to women in your country?
What kinds of jobs do men and women commonly have in different countries? Are these changing?
7: Around The World – Job Interviews
Day 7 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Tips for Job Applicants
In a survey conducted in the United States, personnel officers give the following tips so applicants will have a successful job interview:
1. What is your opinion regarding the 8 tips given?
2. What are your personal tips for job applicant in your culture?
8: Around The World- Recreation and Entertainment
Day 8 Time Frame: 10 minutes
The most popular type of recreation in France is camping. Every night , 3 million people in France sleep outside.
Movies are the most popular type of recreation in India. Everyday, 15 million people in India go to the movies.
The most popular sport in the world is football. This game is called “soccer” in the United States. More than 100,000,000 people play football in over 150 countries.
What are the most popular types of recreation and entertainment in your country
What made them popular?
9: Around The World – Shopping for Food
Day 9 Time Frame: 10 minutes
People in different places shop for food in different ways.
This woman buys a fresh loaf of bread every day at the bakery.
This lady shops for food at an open market.
This couple goes to a big supermarket once a week to shop for food.
Where do people shop for food in your country?
Where do you shop for food?
Why do you go there?
10: Around The World – Hang Out
Day 10 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Around the world, friends get together in a place called “hang out.”
These friends are talking in a park in shanghai.
These friends are meeting in the plaza in the center of Guanajuato, Mexico.
These friends are meeting at a sidewalk café in Paris, France.
Where do you and your friends normally hang out?
Where do people in your country normally hang out?
11: Around The World – Immigration Neighbors
Day 11 Time Frame: 10 minutes
There are many interesting immigration neighborhoods around the world. In these neighborhoods, immigrants can often speak their native languages, buy products from their countries, and restaurants that serve their favorite foods.
Turkish immigrants in Berlin, Germany
Vietnamese immigrants in Sydney, Australia
Chinatown in Toronto, Canada.
What are different immigrant neighborhoods you know?
Which countries have Korea Towns?
Japanese immigrant in Sao Paulo, Brazil
12: Around The World – Children and Sport Training
Day 12 Time Frame: 10 minutes
In different countries around the world, children begin training at an early age to compete in different popular sports.
Distance running in Kenya
Hockey in Canada
Baseball in Japan
Basket ball in the USA
Gymnastics in Russia
Soccer in Brazil
What sports are popular in your country?
At what age do children start training to compete in these sports?
As a child, have you competed in any sport?
13: Around The World - Superstitions
Day 13 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Do you believe in luck?
Many people believe that you’ll have a good luck if…
. You find a four-leaf clover or a horseshoe.
. You give away a new pair of shoes to a poor person.
Many people believe that you’ll have a bad luck if…
. A black cat walks in front of you.
. You walk under a ladder
. You open an umbrella in your home.
Do you believe in superstition?
What are popular superstitions in your country?
14: Around The World – Wedding Customs and Traditions
Day 14 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Many cultures around the world have special wedding customs. These traditions often involve candles, flowers, special food, money, and the ways that couple get to their wedding ceremonies
Guests pin money on the bride and groom in Cyprus. Brides and grooms in Cambodia light candles during their wedding ceremony. Brides through their bouquet to single females. Japanese brides arrive by boat.
What wedding customs and traditions in different cultures do you know?
15: Around The World – Child Care
Day 15 Time Frame: 10 minutes
These children are in an cay-care center in a factory where their parents work.
While parents around the world are working, who takes care of their children? There are many different types of child care for pre-school children around the world.
These children are in a day care-center in their community.
What different types of child care are there in your country?
What do you think is the best way to raise a child?
This child stays at home during the day with his grandmother.
16: Around The World – Food Inventions
Day 16 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Hot dogs began as sausages sold in buns. They were first sold from carts by German immigrants on the streets of New York City in the 1860s. The bun replaced a plate and made the hot dog easier to carry and eat. Sauerkraut was provided as a relish on the hot dog.
What’s your favorite food?
Where did it originate [come from]?
17: Around The World – Wonders of the Ancient World
Day 17 Time Frame: 10 minutes
The Pyramids of Egypt are three pyramids at Giza, outside modern Cairo. The largest pyramid, built by Khufu (Cheops), a king of the fourth dynasty, had an original estimated height of 482 feet (now approximately 450 ft). Of all the Ancient Wonders, the pyramids alone survive.
The hanging Gardens of Babylon were supposedly built by Nebuchadnezzar around 600 B.C. to please hi queen, Anuhia. They are also associated with the mythical Assyrian queen, Semiramis.
The Statue of Zeus (Jupiter) at Olympia was made of gold and ivory by the Greek sculptor Phidias (5th century B.C.) Reputed to be 40 ft high, the statue has been lost without a trace, except for reproductions on coins.
The temple of Artemis (Diana) at Ephesus was started about 350 B.C., in honor of a non-Hellenic goddess who later became identifies with Greek goddess of the same name.
To be continued next session…
18: Around The World – Wonders of the Ancient World
Day 18 Time Frame: 10 minutes
The Mausoleum at Halicamassus was erected by Queen Artemisia in memory of her husband, King Mausolus of Caria in Asia Minor, who died in 353 B.C. Some remains of the structure are in the British Museum. This shrine is the source of the modern world mausoleum.
The Colossus at Rhodes was a bronze statue of Helios (Apollo), about 105 ft. high. The work of the sculptor Chares, [who reputedly labored for 12 years before completing it in 280 B.C.], it was destroyed during an earthquake in 224 B.C.
The Pharos (Lighthouse) of Alexandria was built by Sostratus of Cnidus during the 3rd century B.C. on the island of Pharos off the coast if Egypt. It was destroyed by an earthquake in the 13th century.
What are natural wonders that you know?
19: Around The World – Music
Day 19 Time Frame: 10 minutes
The Music of Wishes and Hopes
Songwriters often express wishes and hopes through their music. Their songs are filled with lyrics such as “If I could…”, “If I had…”, “If I were…”, “I wish…” and “I hope…”
Here are two famous songs about wishing and hoping.
“If I had a million dollars”: In this popular song sung by a Canadian group called Barenaked Ladies, the lead singer sings about what he would do if he had a million dollars. He would buy the woman he loves a house, furniture, a car, an exotic pet, a green dress, and other things.
“If I were a Rich Man”: In the musical, Fiddler on the Roof, Tevye, a poor dairyman, sings that he wishes to be rich. If he were a rich man, he would have to work hard, and he would build a big house for his family.
Do you know other English songs about hopes and wishes?
What’s your favorite song? Why?
20: Around The World - Technology
Day 20 Time Frame: 10 minutes
Tokyo (Reuters) – A two-legged robot being developed by Japanese scientists could one day carry the elderly and handicapped up stairs or inclines.
Standing 1.28 meters (4ft), the robot is essentially a seat that walks on two mechanical legs. A person hops on the seat and controls its movements using two joysticks.
The researchers sy it could take another five years before the robot can be used by the elderly. At present, the device is slow and needs modifications to carry heavy loads. “We began this research so as to provide a new level of mobility to the elderly and the handicapped, “Atsuo Takanishi, a professor who specializes in mechanical engineering at Waseda University in Tokyo, told a news conference on Wednesday.
Do you think that modern technology is really convenient?
What do you think is the most useful invention of all time?