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Transcript: Types of industries Public universities: • First cycle degrees (bachelor's programs - license): 189.10 EUR per year. • Second cycle (master's programs): 261.10 EUR per year • Third cycle (PhD degrees - Doctorate): 396.10 EUR per year France major export partners include Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and Netherlands. Frances major import partners include China, United Kingdom, Germany, and Italy. Flag (Description) – Red, white and blue have come to represent liberty, equality and fraternity - the ideals of the French Revolution. Political stability index of France (-2.5 weak; 2.5 strong). The index of Political Stability measures the likelihood that the government of France will be destabilized or overthrown by unconstitutional or violent means, including politically-motivated violence and terrorism. Type of economic system The French parliament has begun a debate of a plan to outlaw abortion information websites and official services with freephone helpline numbers that promote anti-abortion propaganda and pressure women not to terminate pregnancies. France foreign debt is 4708360.00 EUR, which equals to 5,234,660.48 US Dollars (to Haiti). Agricultural Products and Crops Republic Democracy Government; Semi-Presidential System Normal houses are usually owed by the higher class people. Iron Ore Peugeot Pollution measurement • The countries that surround France are Germany, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Monaco, Italy and Andorra. Religion(s) How much is the tuition at the universities? French is the official language of France. • Population: 64,762,160 million • Income level: In France, the average household net-adjusted disposable income per capita is USD 28 799 a year • Age/Gender: Females - 34,336,315 Males - 32,291,287 Terrain and Seaports • The crops grown in France include barley, wheat, corn, rye and oats. France is one of largest producers of wheat in Europe and accounts for 5 percent of the world's production of wheat. Who do they export to and to who do they import from? • Major industries in France include automobile manufacturing, aircraft production, chemicals, electronics, machinery manufacturing, metallurgy and tourism. Menu: through taxation and spending through laws, directives and regulations through encouraging business activity through subsidies and support by providing advice and support for business. This prototype of a camera for firefighters seeks to improve picture quality and transmission. Maps of France 5. Taxation policy Manuel Valls (Prime Minister) Exports and Imports Language(s) 14.1% of the population in France lives in poverty. 1. Employment policy What countries surround France? Are those countries allies or enemies? The monetary system of France is the Euro and francs (items are prices in both currencies). Who are the main governmental authorities? Tall apartment buildings, usually owed by the lower and middle class. Airbus has developed the first electric plane. What is France's poverty level? The French celebrate the traditional Christian holidays of Christmas and Easter. They mark May Day, also known as Labor Day, on May 1. Victory in Europe Day on May 8 commemorates the end of hostilities in Europe in World War II. Bastille Day is celebrated on July 14. This is the day the Bastille fortress in Paris was stormed by revolutionaries to start the French Revolution. Underground Metro Individuals are expected to maintain eye contact when talking with clients or colleagues. Business in France is conducted slowly, and always follows protocols. You must not show impatience, French see impatience as unprofessional. During business meetings, attire should be extremely professional and elegant. Men and women alike should wear tailored suits, and proper dress pants and skirts are expected as well. Cameras for firefighters • France is full of plains, mountains, and beautiful coasts. Western Europe’s highest peak is the Alps of Southern France, Mont Blanc. Private universities: • Tuition fees vary depending on the program and the institution, the average tuition fee private universities in France charge amounts to ca. 1500 - 6000 EUR per year. For example, Business schools usually charge a tuition fee of ca. 4500 to 7000 EUR per year. What is France GDP? FRANCE The most important university in France is Ecole Normale Supérieure, located in Paris and ranked 33rd in the world. Highways and modes of transportation in France Exports – The majority of France’s exports include steel, machinery, pharmaceutical products, consumer products, petroleum, chemicals, iron, and transportation equipment. Imports – France’s imports include oil, chemicals, aircraft, machinery, plastics and vehicles. Other international companies in France Title of article: French MPs debate plan to ban abortion websites that intimidate women What are the demographic factors in your

France PowerPoint

Transcript: France French Monarchy In 1830, Charles X was ousted and replaced with Louis Phillippe, who was ousted after the revolution of 1848. As a result, Louis Napoleon, Napoleon Bonaparte's nephew, took the throne as Napoleon III. Background Napoleon III was overthrown, and Patrice MacMahon was elected president. Napoleon to the Third Republic Napoleon to the Third Republic Dreyfus Affair A French naval Captain (Alfred Dreyfus) allegedly spilled France's secrets to Germany; however, it was a forgery. Since France was anti-Semitic, Dreyfus was exiled to Devil's Island. Dreyfus Affair People Key Persons Charles X King of France from 1820-1830 Louis Phillippe Took French Throne in 1830, after the July Revolution, Orleanist Louis Blanc Protagonist of the Revolution of 1848; socialist Louis Napoleon Elected president after Louis Phillippe was overthrown; becomes emporer in 1851 Causesand Effects Causes and Effects Causes: Poor goverence by Louis Phillippe Poor Harvests in 1846 and 1847 meant high food prices Effects: Universal Male Suffrage Louis Napoleon (Napoleon III) is elected president June Days uprising Timeline 1830: Charles X abdicates throne; Louis Phillippe takes throne 1846-47: Food shortages February 21, 1848: Government forbade banquets to gain political support February 24, 1848: Louis Phillippe flees to England April 23, 1848: National Assembly elected June 23-26, 1848: June Days Uprising, 400 people killed December 10, 1848: Napoleon III elected as President 1873: Patrice MacMahon elected 1879: MacMahon resigns 1894: Dreyfus affair Kagan, Donald, et al. The Western Heritage: since 1300, AP ed., vol. 9, Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2007, pp. 680–745. Cabanel, Alexandre. “Napoleon III.” Palais De Compiegne, 1865, Musée du Second Empire, Compiègne, Bone, Henry, and François Gérard. “Charles X, King of France” The Met, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1829, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Healy, George. Portrait De Louis-Philippe . 1836. Carjat , Étienne. Louis Blanc. Works Cited Works Cited

Regions of France PowerPoint Poject

Transcript: Martinique enjoys a marine tropical type climate distinguished by mild temperatures. The dry season runs from the end of November to the middle of June. The rainy season is from June to December. In the dry season, the weather is generally good, the flow of the trade winds is regular, the days are mild and the air is dry.This is the best time to visit the island and the Caribbean in general. In the humid season, the days are hotter and stickier, the trade winds are weaker and the rains are more frequent and severe. Cyclones and hurricanes may hit, even though are uncommon. Martinique’s local culture is diverse and well developed, so there is much to experience and celebrate on the island. Like most Caribbean islands, Martinique is a hybrid of cultures and communities. An intermingling of French, African and Creole have given birth to various local dialects influenced by each other, food that has flavors of all the three, music that is a combination of Afro-French and quite original, and customs that have traces of traditional African beliefs. The culture name is Martinican (sometimes spelled Martiniquan) Ile aux Fleurs ("Island of Flowers") is one of the island's unofficial nicknames; the other, invoking its magical charm, is Pays des Revenants ("Land to Which One Returns"). Bibliography Visitors interested in how rum is produced in Martinique are welcome to tour the Neisson Distillery. Just north of Fort-de-France sits the ruins of a castle called Dubuc Castle. The Diamond Rock is small - but with its own history. This rock stack is interesting geologically and visually, it has been used as a fortress in Napoleonic wars. One landmark is the Balata Cathedral located amidst lush tropical forest with mountainous background. Martinique's most important cathedral, the St. Louis Cathedral, is also in the capital city of Fort de France. Climate and Geography Local Culture and Traditions Regions of France PowerPoint Poject By: Hunter Hurst Period: 5 Martinique will not fail to amaze you with its culinary treasures. The fusion of creole and French cuisine creates a unique variety of tastes smells and colors. Two local products are sugar cane and tropical fruit. The savory foods are Boudin créole, Accras de morue (fried cod dish), Blaff de poisson (fish boiled with lime juice speciality), and Fricassee de z’habitants ( springwater shrimp dish) The sweet food is Blanc mangé coco (a kind of flan) Alcohols are rum and rum based cocktails. Local Food and Agriculture Famous People and Landmarks Columbus sighted Martinique in 1493, but did not go ashore until another voyage in 1502. The French arrived to claim the island and begin permanent settlement there in 1635. They began to cultivate sugar cane and import slaves from Africa. As forests were cleared to make room for sugar plantations, fierce battles with the Carib Indians ensued. With the treaty of 1660, the Caribs agreed to occupy only the Atlantic side of Martinique. This peace was short-lived, however, and they were exterminated or forced off the island shortly thereafter. In 1762, the English occupied the island, but returned it the following year in exchange for Canada. They invaded and held the island once again from 1794 to 1815, when it was returned to the French. Regional Economy The economy is based on sugarcane, bananas, tourism, and light industry. Sugar production has declined, with most of the sugarcane now used for the production of rum. Banana exports are increasing, going mostly to France. The bulk of meat, vegetable, and grain requirements must be imported, contributing to a chronic trade deficit that requires large annual transfers of aid from France. Tourism has become more important than agricultural exports as a source of foreign exchange. History

Tour De France (no template)

Transcript: TOUR DE FRANCE Tour De France The Tour De France is the most world renowned cycling race in well, France. It is a 23-day race that cover about 3500 km worth of flats and mountains. In the race there is around 160-176 riders each year, all though many riders won’t finish or they will crash out during the race. JERSEY'S JERSEY'S The jersey's are the prizes that you can win for being good at riding. All of the jersey’s has the possibility to change at the end of each stage, although it can also stay the same. YOU CANNOT HAVE YELLOW, GREEN, WHITE, AND POKY DOT JERSEY AT ANY ONE GIVEN TIME YELLOW JERSEY The Yellow Jersey This is the jersey for the person that is currently winning the competition. This can change every stage as it is calculated on how quickly you complete each stage. GREEN JERSEY The Green Jersey This jersey is for the person that earns the most points at sprint checkpoints you earn a certain amount of points for coming first, second and so on so forth, depending on how hard the sprint is. POLKA DOT JERSEY The Polka dot Jersey This jersey is for the king of the mountain, which is the person similar to the sprint point, it’s the person who makes it to the top of a mountain first, most of the time it’s given to the first few people, but the category 4 is only awarded to the first person. There is five different categories of climbs. 4 being the easiest going to number one being the hardest, and the Hors category (HC) which is the hardest climbs in the competition. If a stage finishes on a hill the King of the Mountain points are doubled. This is essentially the sprinters jersey, but it is only for people 25 or younger. (Best Young Cyclist) The White Jersey WHITE JERSEY NUMBERS Numbers The numbers are what the cyclists wear so that they can be easily identified. Reason for certain numbers The Reason For Certain Numbers Everyone is is given a number based on how they went last year. If you won last year you get to be number 1 then the rest of your team are ranked 2-8. then the next best rider from last year is number 9 and so on. Red Numbers Red Numbers Is for the most aggressive rider, meaning they go with breakaways or stop the most breakaways. (You can have this as well as one of the coloured Jerseys) Yellow Numbers Yellow Numbers This is for the most aggressive team, meaning that, that team might have the most aggressive rider. But as a team. (You cannot have both numbers) 2019 TOUR DE FRANCE Tour De France 2019 This years Tour De France was a great ride with many exciting crashes and breakaways. We also saw many amazing finishes and sprints. The Course The Course The course was 3,365.8 km race of flats, hills, mountains, time trails and the cyclists favourite part the 2 rest days. the Tour De France course changes every year to go through the many towns and cities of France. There is only one part of the course that stays the same and that is that it always ends in Paris. The Winners 2019 Winners The winners for the Tour De France works that you win the jersey. The yellow jersey winner was Egan Bernal from team Ineos. The green jersey winner was Peter Sagan from team Bora-Hansgrohe. The winner of the polka-dot jersey was Romain Bardet from team Ag2r-La Mondiale and the winner of the white jersey was Egan Barnal from team Ineos. RACES INSPIRED BY THE TOUR DE FRANCE RACES INSPIRED BY THE TOUR DE FRANCE - Tour Down Under - Tour De Esperance - Tour De Vines (Beechworth) - Tour De Brisbane - Tour De Gracetown - Tour De Kids Challenge - Tour De Beechworth - Tour De Trails - Tour De Noosa - Tour De Valley - Tour De Gorge - Tour De Acoma - Tour De PIF (property industry Brisbane) Brisbane - Tour De Pologne - Tour De Vineyards - Tour De Timor - Tour De Rocks - Tour De Yorkshire - Tour De Bay - Tour De Corde - Tour De Choices - Tour De Furness

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