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  1. A Comenius-projectat Stiftsgymnasium St.PaulApril 2005 Bend it like Beckham

  2. I. What the story is about . . .

  3. … it is not only about an Indian girl who likes playing football but also about … Bend it like Beckham

  4. Teenager problems Bend it like Beckham

  5. The clash between traditional values and the modern world Bend it like Beckham

  6. First love Bend it like Beckham

  7. Growing up Bend it like Beckham

  8. Friendship Bend it like Beckham

  9. Religion Bend it like Beckham

  10. Cultural Diversity Bend it like Beckham

  11. Tolerance Bend it like Beckham

  12. II.Culture Clash

  13. can‘t cope with the culture clash between India and England can‘t deal with the fact that her daughter‘s playing in a girls-football-team takes the Indian culture very seriously expects her daughters to do so too is against emancipation in favour of being able to cook Indian cuisine is against girls doing things that boys do in their spare-time doesn‘t know exactly how he should deal with the culture clash on one hand he doesn‘t accept that his daughter plays in a girl-football-team but on the other hand he played in a bowling team too (in East Africa) finally he accepts his daughter‘s wish respects the culture clash his daughter goes through supports his daughter in every way Mrs. Bhamra Mr. Bhamra Both are very protective Bend it like Beckham

  14. III.RacialDiscrimination

  15. Jess is offended by an English girl calling her “Pakhi“ • Her trainer Joe has problems too, because he is Irish • Jess´ father who was good at bowling, was discriminated and people laughed at his turban • There is also a gap between Muslims and Indians • Indian boys don´t play in football leagues Bend it like Beckham

  16. Pinky sneaks off secretly to meet Teetu loves Teetu and wants to marry him covers up for Jess so that she can go to Germany reveals Jess‘ secret can‘t understand Jess Jess She wants to play football like her hero David Beckham. loves her trainer Joe but he isn‘t Indian lies to her parents and deceives them doesn't want to marry an Indian boy gets a scholarship for Santa Clara college in the USA convinces her parents to let her go and live her dreams Family Tradition Bend it like Beckham

  17. Pinky and Teetu‘s Engagement-party Bend it like Beckham

  18. IV.Differences betweenbook & film

  19. Jess and Pinky‘s reconciliation isn‘t shown in the film There‘s more information about David Beckham in the book Pinky is pregnant at the end of the film Joe is playing cricket with Jess‘ father Switching scenes from football pitch to Pinky‘s wedding reception Bend it like Beckham

  20. V.Indian Customs

  21. Indian Gods • Shiva: Shiva is the god of Destruction. He is also the god of Dance. It is said that he danced the world into creation. • Vishnu: Vishnu is thought to be the supreme god. It is said that when the world is in danger, he would come to earth in different form. • Brahma: Brahma is said to have created the world . He has four heads and four arms. It is said that everything is born of Brahma and his wife. • Lakshmi: Lakshmi is the wife of Vishnu and is the god of money and future. She sits on a lotus flower. Bend it like Beckham

  22. Indian Religion 83% Hindu 11% Muslim 3% Christian 2% Sikh < 1% Buddhist 5% Jain Bend it like Beckham

  23. Languages Official languages: Hindi and English Hindi including its associated languages and dialects accounting for 84% of the population while English is used for national , political and commercial purposes. 1600 languages and dialects are spoken 15 languages constitutionally recognized. Bend it like Beckham

  24. Indian clothes Indian clothes are very colourful. Each state has its own special costumes. Women traditionally wear Saris, Salwar khameez and Ghagra choli, but they also wear western styles such as skirts , dresses and pants. Men have their traditional costumes as well, but now most wear a light skirt and pants just as in western countries. Bend it like Beckham

  25. Indian Food Most Indian cuisines are related by similar usage of spices. Often, Indian cooking is distinguished by the use of a larger variety of vegetables than many other well-known cuisines. Within these recognizable similarities, there is an enormous variety of local styles. In the north and the west, Kashmiri and Mughlai cuisines show strong central Asian influences. Through the medium of Mughlai food, this influence has propagated into many regional kitchens. To the east, the Bengali and Assamese styles shade off into the cuisines of East Asia Bend it like Beckham

  26. Arranged Marriages An arranged marriage is a marriage where the marital partners are chosen by others based on considerations other than the preexisting mutual attraction of the partners. This habit has been very common in noble families, especially in reigning ones, at the scope of combining and perhaps enforcing the respective strengths of the original families of the spouses. A relevant part of history has been influenced by these unions. Bend it like Beckham

  27. VI.Bollywood

  28. Bollywood • Bollywood is the informal name given to the film industry in India. • The word Bollywood was created by blending Bombay and Hollywood. • In 1899 the first Indian film was screened. Bend it like Beckham

  29. Film music is called filmi. • The dancing in Bollywood films is primarily modeled on Indian dance. • Indian´s film industry is the biggest in the world. Bend it like Beckham

  30. Famous films are: Monsoon Wedding, Bride and Prejudice, Lagaan, Veer - Zaara Bend it like Beckham

  31. Well- known filmstars are: Shak Rukh Khan, Parminder Nagra, Om Puri Bend it like Beckham

  32. VII.The authoress

  33. Narinder Dhami • Born in Wolverhampton in 1958. • Graduating from Birmingham University • Teaching at schools in the East End of London • Leaving the profession to write full-time. • Hundreds of photo-stories in teenage magazines • First children's book, A Medal for Melina, published in 1990. • Lives in Cambridge with her husband and their four cats. Bend it like Beckham

  34. VIII.Mia Hamm

  35. 1999 Women's World Cup: champion in front of 40 million viewers • Over 650,000 tickets • Youngest player ever to play for her National Team (age 15) Bend it like Beckham

  36. Recognized as the world's best all-around women's soccer player. Atlanta,1996: Centennial Olympic Games Gold Never in history had so many spectators come out to watch a women's sporting event. Bend it like Beckham

  37. US Soccer's Female Athlete of the year five consecutive years. • „That's been Michael Jordan, in basketball, and in some ways Mia Hamm in women's soccer and Tiger Woods in golf." • In April of 1999, Nike named the largest building on its corporate campus after Mia. Bend it like Beckham

  38. IX.David Beckham

  39. He was born on 2nd May 1975 • The most famous football player on earth • He married Victoria Adams. • Three children: Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz. • June 2003 he went to Real Madrid and now he plays with football stars like Zinedine Zidane, Luis Figo and Ronaldo in the same team • David Beckham is almost as famous for his haircuts as for his football Bend it like Beckham


  41. Culture Clash Bend it like Beckham

  42. Bend it like Beckham Bend it like Beckham

  43. Differences Bend it like Beckham

  44. Family Tradition Bend it like Beckham

  45. India Bend it like Beckham

  46. Indian Food Bend it like Beckham

  47. Indian Customs Bend it like Beckham

  48. Racial Discrimination Bend it like Beckham

  49. Die 5A-Klasse Project-Leader: Prof.Justine BachieslTechnical Support: Prof.Peter Unterluggauer Bend it like Beckham