A M E R I C A N C U L T U R E W E E K !. The National anthem. Question of the Day. What do you know about America?. In A m e r i c a , …. Hamburgers are very popular! There are many kinds of music. People like to play football! School is easier than in Korea.
QuestionoftheDay What do you know about America?
In America, …. Hamburgers are very popular! There are many kinds of music. People like to play football! School is easier than in Korea. There are many beautiful places. Life is awesome .
What do you want to learn about America? Food Movies Music History Sports Presidents Holidays Famous Places • Famous Americans • Cultural differences (문화의 차이) • School life • Different American accents (악센트) • Traditions (전통)
American Culture JEOPARDY
Food: 10 Turkey, sweet potato, and cranberry is served on this holiday. Thanksgiving
Food: 20 This is a food made from cows that is popular on pizza. What is it? cheese
Food: 30 This is made of pig and served on a bun with relish, ketchup, and mustard. What is it? Hot Dog
Food: 40 This is an American baked desert that contains a fruit that comes from a tree. What is it? Apple Pie
Landmarks: 10 Name a famous landmark in Los Angeles. LAXHollywoodSanta Monica (x2!)Capitol Record (x2!)
Landmarks: 20 This is where President Barack Obama lives: The White House
Landmarks: 30 This was given to the United States from France and is a symbol of freedom and liberty. Statue of Liberty
Landmarks: 40 This is a red bridge in San Francisco, California. Golden Gate Bridge
Art: 10 This female pop singer sang the song “Hit Me Baby, One More Time.” Britney Spears
Art: 20 A reality show on American TV that is in search of the next superstar singer. American Idol
Art: 30 This is a type of American music that became popular through black slaves singing songs to heal their suffering. The Blues
Art: 40 Theatre performances in New York City such as the musical “Cats” or “The Lion King”: Broadway
Lifestyle: 10 The people who originally lived in America before Europeans came. Native American Indians
Lifestyle: 20 America’s Independence Day. Many fireworks are displayed. The 4th of July
Lifestyle: 30 This is a sport played outside with a ball made of pigskin. Football
Lifestyle: 40 This is a drink that was originally made with cocaine. Coca Cola Classic
Topic #1: Culture(문화)
Waiting - 기다리고있음 America Korea
Life Style - 생활 America Korea
Party - 파티 America Korea
The Boss - 사장의 사회적 신분 America Korea
America: Shoes on Korea: Shoes off Inside Home - 집에 들어갈때
Restaurant - 식당 • America: • Dutch Pay • Tip • Eating alone is ok • Korea • Pay together • Eat together • Leave food
Korea: -2 years -Have to -꼭 가야되다 America: -4 years -Don‘t have to -선팩적이다 Army - 군대
-Fish with bones 가시 있는 생선 -Hongeo: 홍어 -Silk worm larva: 번데기 -San Nakji: 산낙지 Live Octopus Strange food - 외국인한태 이상하는 음식
It is rude to ask an older person’s age because they don’t like to feel old. In Korea, age is very important in friendships. In America, it is not so important! In America, ….
-For people you don’t know -모르는 사람을 위해서 안하면 무례합니다. Hold Door
-Sneeze -Say “Bless You!” 어떤 사람은 재채기하면 혼이 좀 나갑니다. 그래서 다른 사람은 “Bless You”를 꼭 말해야돼서 혼이 다시 들어갈수있습니다. Bless You!
Topic #2:GUN CULTURE in America 25% of people have guns in their home. Why do Americans own guns? … because they feel safe! Crime is worse in the USA than in Korea, so guns protect people in their homes.
Do you think owning a gun is good or bad? Why good? Protect home Safety • Why bad? • Violence! • Crime goes up • Gangs • People die
Gang = groups of people who do bad things. Gangs usually have guns. All major cities have gangs. Los Angeles has some very BAD gangs. 15,000 people die from gangs every year.
Columbine Columbine is a school in Colorado (center of USA). In 1999, two students in high school killed 12 students and 1 teacher.
American presidents killed by guns: Abraham James William John F.Lincoln Garfield McKinley Kennedy
What do you know about American history? Do you learn American history in school? Topic #3:HISTORY of America
Who was in America first? “Indians” Native American is a better word to describe them.