Transcript: sound TUE TUE A harvesting song from Ghana. does Where is Ghana?! like? What We are learning... Where is Africa?! AFRICAN music Africa
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Transcript: Harassment covers a wide range of behaviors of an offensive nature. It is commonly understood as behavior that disturbs or upsets, and it is characteristically repetitive. In the legal sense, it is behavior that appears to be disturbing or threatening. Sexual harassment refers to persistent and unwanted sexual advances, typically in the workplace, where the consequences of refusing are potentially very disadvantageous to the victim. Unfortunately, the heightened focus on sexual harassment did not lead to an increase of rejection from the bystanders’ point of view. According to said study, only 17.7 percent intervene upon witnessing an incident of harassment, with male respondents showing more proactivity than women on this matter. In the past few years, Egypt’s streets haven’t been the most welcoming of spaces to women of all ages. Getting the simplest things done now require them to constantly think about what to wear, how to walk and when the right time is to run an errand. Some attribute it to the lack of education, lack of public safety, and poverty, but there’s a major focus on the societal acceptance of sexual harassment as being one of the main drives behind its growth in our society. The streets witness a high level of tolerance towards sexual harassment especially when it comes to justifying the act. According to the survey released in April 2013 by The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women on sexual harassment, 99.3 percent of Egyptian women are sexually harassed in one way or the other, 96.5 percent of whom said that harassment was physical, and 95.5 experienced sexual harassment through verbally abusive language. $1.25 A Change in Perception Sexual Harassment is complex , subtle , and highly subjective The Moral Epidemic of Egypt : 99% of Women Are Sexually Harassed Thursday , 30 March 2017 In addition, men’s perception towards women and harassment showed no clear signs of change. Nearly half of the male population who were involved in the study blamed women for their tight clothing when asked about the reason behind harassing them. Furthermore, 37.1 percent said that women wanted to be harassed, and were asking for it. Harassment Defining The Problem It isn’t easy when they feel that every eye is checking out their bodies. Sadly, justifications for doing so like “She was the one asking for it with her tight blouse and jeans” or “What am I supposed to do without any money to marry someone?” are still advocated and widely accepted by our society up to this day. Why is it happening ? Vol XCIII, No. 311 NEWSPAPER HEADLINE
Transcript: Ms. Bonnie Parker as born on October 1,1910 to Emma Parker and a father who was a bricklayer. At a young age, she lost her father and her family moved to a West Texas community of ‘Cement City”. She was an honor student and wanted to pursue to career in acting on Broadway. When she was sixteen, she married her high school sweetheart, Roy Thornton. Although he was sent to prison for five years, they never divorced and she wore his ring to her death bed. Bonnie Parker life before crime! Clydes wild life of crime!! Clyde Barrow was born on March 24, 1904 in Tellico, Texas to a poor family and became a farm boy. He attended schools on forest avenue even though he never fully finished due to his juvenile record. Although Clyde’s difficulties, he loved music and played the guitar and saxophone. He was so attached to his saxophone that while avoiding the law, he carried it everywhere. He even took his last breath with it at his side. Influenced by his older brother, Clyde turned to crime at a young age. Some day, they'll go down together / They'll bury them side by side / To a few, it'll be grief / To the law, a relief / But it's death for Bonnie and Clyde. $1.25 Headline 5 Line from Bonnie's poem On January 5, 1930 at Clarence Clay's (a friend of Clyde) house , Parker was out of work and was staying in West Dallas to assist a female friend who was injured. Clyde went to visit his friend and met Bonnie there. Both immediately fell in love which led to Bonnie joining the gang . She remained a loyal companion to him as they carried out their crime spree and on until their deadly end. Notorious gang strikes again!!! Bonnie and clyde were here XX Headline 4 Vol XCIII, No. 311 tuesday 24,2016 NEWSPAPER HEADLINE POLICE FIND PICTURE OF THE DUO IN SECRET HIDE AWAY.....
Transcript: In Ghana, the Ga people call the celebration the "Homowo", or the "To Hoot at Hunger" festival. According to legend, their ancestors nearly starved as they migrated to Ghana. They saved each other by being unselfish and helpful. Upon reaching their destination, they planted crops, and when the harvest came, they made fun of their old conditions by dancing, singing, and drumming. In Nigeria and Ghana Tue, tue, barima tue, tue. Tue, tue, barima, tue, tue. Abofra ba, Ama dawa dawa tue, tue. Abofra ba, Ama dawa dawa tue, tue. Barima tue, tue. Barima tue, tue. The New Yam Festival of West Africa Tue, Tue If you have ever eaten yams at Thanksgiving, you have shared a tiny bit of what the New Yam Festival is like in West Africa. The Festival is all about giving thanks to the good spirits for the new crop of yams--the most fundamental, life-supporting crop in the region--and asking the spirits for abundant rain and good crops in the year ahead. Drums are the mot important instrument in these festivals. Some are made from hollowed out calabash gourds cut in half and covered in skins. Some are made from tree trunks or carefully pieced finished wood, also covered with skins. In Nigeria, there are drums called "udu" which are made of clay pots. We are thankful for our harvest. Do you want to go on down to Ghana? Do you want to come? We will sing this happy song as we travel. Nigeria and Ghana Women traditionally dig up the yams and carry them home in baskets on their heads. The women and girls cook the yams and a young boy is chosen to carry the best yams to the festival dinner. He is followed by another boy playing a drum. Chiefs wearing kente cloth usually follow closely behind the yams. As village children hear the drum, they run from their homes to join in the parade. The New Yam festival is celebrated in most yam-growing areas of West Africa. The date is set in each community to coincide with the first yam harvest. Though customs vary from village to village, most celebrations include a family reunion. There is plenty to eat for everyone and plenty left over. There are so many yams prepared that the poor are fed, too, and nobody is left out. It is a time for feasting, singing, dancing, drumming, remembering ancestors, giving thanks for the harvest and asking for help in the coming planting season. There are many more details to each of these celebrations, and many more celebrations, each with different characteristics, all as different as the communities and people of West Africa. Hopefully these examples give you a taste for how important yams are to the people of West Africa. Maybe you will even think of them when you eat your Thanksgiving dinner this year! In Nigeria, the Yoruba people call the festival "Eje" and hold two days of fancy ceremonies. In one ceremony, a new yam is cut in half. The two pieces are tossed into the air. If they land one face up and one face down, happy times are predicted for the community. If they both land the same, bad times may lie ahead instead. The "yams" that are usually eaten in the USA are really sweet potatoes that are much smaller than the yams from West Africa, whose roots can be over two feet long! A good-sized West African yam can feed a family of ten people! Though yams can be prepared in many ways, the traditional dish is boiled, mashed yams with a little butter. It is called "fufu", and is often eaten in the traditional way--WITH YOUR HANDS!
Transcript: ORIGIN OF THE LEGEND VOCABULARY MAIN CHARACTER SINOPSYS Legend has it that the Chonchon, or also called Tue-tue, is a witch who during night turns into a bird and left to fly singing: "tue, tue". Their flight is so fast that is heard everywhere, but it is impossible to locate. To who sings the Tue-tue is sentenced to die. It is said that you must not laugh or attack him throwing salt into the fire, since it could happen a misfortune, and much less make him an invitation to the house, because it is possible that the next day it appears there in the body of an old person or a young person. Tue-Tue Wings: Part of the body of some animals, serving them to fly. Tue Tue: Bird of feather gray. It has a human head, sharp claws and big ears that used as wings to fly. Emits a cry that sounds like: tue tue. The message of the legend is to have respect and don't mock others because you can bring consequences. We recommend it because it is a very well known in the country and very important story to the mapuche people, also includes a plot of mystery and terror. CONCLUSION Feather: resistant and usually elongated piece that covers the body of a bird. Claws: Part of the foot of an animal that corresponds to the legs. Vocabulary Laugh: Express derision or contempt for someone or something. ''Chon-chon'', ''Quilquil'' or ''Tue-tue'' is a creature belonging to the mapuche mythology and later assimilated to the Chilean mythology and some regions of Argentina. It is believed that it has possibly influenced the origin of other myths of birds, like "Coo" and the "Raiquen" fantastic and possibly other mythology of Chile. Misfortune: Situation or event that causes much pain and suffering.
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Transcript: Characters Birthplace of the legend The Legend of the bird Tue-Tue, attributable for which the soul of some witch goes out of this body to fly for the darkness of the night, in order to join with his congeneres in some solitary corner with the intention of not being seen by the rest of the human beings. The Tue - Tue * When the bird flying for the airs and you listen to it must neither make anything, nor joke, less throw salt to the fire because this will bring some misfortune. TUE-TUE Testimony Preventions on the legend This legend originates in the rural zones of Chile, and one counts principally in the Azapa valley, the Pica oasis, the saltpeter abandoned of the Ferris Wheel, Salamanca, Andacollo, Papudo, Valparaiso, Talagante, Melipilla, Chillan, Arauco, Villarrica, Puerto Montt, Chiloé Archipelago, Punta Arenas, Tierra del Fuego and part of Argentina. History Mister Correa Members: Paula Salgado Nicolas Molina Grade: 4*scientific
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