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Transcript: Winnie-The-Bear was so loved dearly by the soldiers. They played with her, and took great care of her, always keeping her safe and sound. The photographs that they took of Winnie became precious memories for them to take home and cherish forever. At the London Zoo, Winnie became a friend to many, especially young Christopher Robin. The zoo treasured her because of her loving and tame behavior, and built two statues in honor of their special friend. Winnie-The-Bear did all of this, AND she inspired the classic character, Winnie-The-Pooh. Who Is Winnie The Pooh? This story began with a Canadian lieutenant-turned-Captian named Harry Colebourn, who bought a black bear cub for $20 from a hunter who had killed her mother. He named her "Winnipeg," after his hometown, but he called her "Winnie" for short. Winnie became the mascot of the Brigade for which Harry worked, and even went with the unit to Britian! Harry took care of his dear friend very well, and she even stayed on the base with him! Winnie literally lived on a military base with the troops! Later on, Harry was promoted to Captain, and he could not take Winnie with him to his new position, so, Winnie stayed at the London Zoo. Harry visited Winnie whenever he was on leave, but he ended up donating Winnie to the zoo because she was so popular with everyone, and he felt it was unfair to take her back to Canada with him. A young boy named Christopher Robin visited the London Zoo regularly, and fell in love with Winnie. He was infact, so in love with this adorable bear cub, that he spent a lot of time inside of Winnie's cage. Winnie fell in love with Christopher Robin, and they formed a strong bond. Christopher named his own teddy bear after Winnie, calling him Winnie The Pooh, (the name Pooh was taken from the name of a swan) Christopher's father was actually author A.A. Milne, and it was his father who began writing children's books about Winnie The Pooh's and Christopher Robin's adventures together. Milne was inspired by things in his own life, and used these things in his very popular books. For example, the characters named Eeyore, Piglet, Tigger, Kanga, and Roo were all based on more of Christopher Robin's stuffed animals, and the characters named Rabbit and Owl were actually live animals who also reside in the London Zoo. Milne's books became popular all around the world, and were loved by everyone-younge and old. Infact, Walt Disney's own daughters were totally inlove with these stories. It was this love that inspired Walt Disney to create animated movies based on these amazing story books. To think...this entire story began with one lonely bear cub, $20, and a kind, loving lieutenant!!!!!!! Winnie The Pooh And Winnipeg Too! Why Was Winnie So Important? So What? It is important to learn about the story of Winnie-The-Bear and Winnie-The-Pooh for many reasons: This story allows us to have insight into the life of some of the Canadian troops because this story unveils transportation methods, job positions, residential situations, etc... Winnie-The-Bear brought happiness to the lives of many troops and regular citizens in a very difficult time. Winnie-The-Bear was a part of the Second Canadian Infantry Brigade! Winnie-The-Pooh is one of the most known and loved characters around the world, and he brings happiness to many lives. It is fascinating to see that the Bear With Little Brain is actually a part of Canadian history, thanks to his mother, Winnie-The-Bear. This story is full of happiness and love, which is a light for the world during WW1. Winnie-The-Bear showed us how loving and incredible animals truly are, and that we need to treat them with love and respect, as they do for us! Timeline of Winnie The Pooh Winnie the Black Bear Cub was very important to not only Harry, but to his entire unit of troops. She became the pet of the Second Canadian Infantry Brigade Headquarters, and a mascot to the C.A.V.C., which was another organization for which Harry worked. Winnie slept under Harry's cot every night, and she was loved by everyone in the unit. However, Winnie was not only important in the military. She was important to the London Zoo. People of all ages fell in love with her, and the zoo said that she was the best behaved bear that they ever had. They were able to trust her, which they had never been able to do with any other bear. What Is The Story Of These Bears? 1914 August 24, 1914 September 12, 1914 October 3, 1914 Winnie the bear Harry Colebourn bought Harry became part of the Harry and Winnie boarded cub was brought a black bear cub for $20, Second Canadian Infantry a ship enroute for Davenport, to White River. and later named her Winnipeg Brigade Headquarters, under England, with many other (Winnie) the command of Arthur Currie troops. October 17, 1914 December 9, 1914 **Harry visited Winnie 1919 Winnie and Harry left Harry brings Winnie to whenever he was on Harry donated Winnie to the Davenport, but Winnie the London Zoo because leave. He

Winnie The Pooh

Transcript: Winnie The Pooh Conclusions Archetypal Characters Winnie the Pooh - Hero Eeyore - Loner/ Outcast Owl - Sage/ Wise Old Man Piglet - Damsel in Distress Kanga - Earth Mother Situations Banquet Symbols Trees - represent males in literature The gang live in the hundred acre woods which are filled with trees, and is consistant with the fact that there is mostly male characters in the story. Fall -represents retirement, which brings a sense of fulfillment and richness Winter - Associated with death or the end of an age the last part of the film is winter and this represents the end of the film a - represents the different personalities in society, share similar values to real life people. b - realistic personalities, round characters, share similar phycolgical traits as human beings. Psychoanalytical Tigger Rabbit Winnie The Pooh Piglet Eeyore By: Miranda, Rhianna, Joya & Rachel Can be seen as having OCD. Superego: Decision to leave Tigger in the forest or not Persona: Caring, selfless and heroic Pooh's Hero Banquet (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Very depressed. Persona: Selfless & anxious Viewed as a hero. Motivation: Ruled by ego Defence mechanism: Sublimation Viewed as kind-hearted. Obstacles Motivation: Ruled by superego Pooh getting stuck Superego: Does not eat honey, put friends first (Conscience) Viewed as selfish-> Left Tigger in the forest Christopher Robin leaving for school (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Viewed as annoying. Nature vs. the Mechanalistic Wolrd (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr 3/4 of the film is during the fall, which represents their rich lifestyle and friendships Ego: Bouncing Tigers bouncing Id: Addiction-> desire for honey Ego: Doesn't stand up for himslef-> Timid Defence mechanism: Suppression-> Suppresses his emotions Very low self confidence Superego: Strong superego-> selfless Very paranoid. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Motivation: Motivated by his id, but ruled superego Defence mechanism: Rationalization


Transcript: And lots of big smiles on children faces Here is Edward Bear, coming downstairs now, bump, bump, bump, on the back of his head, behind Christopher Robin. So they went off together. But wherever they go, and whatever happens to them on the way, in that enchanted place on the top of the forest a little boy and his bear will always be playing. Winnipeg the Bear Adaptations -> Merchandise Soviet Animation -> 18 January 1882 /Pooh Day/ 31 January 1956 -> British -> H. G. Wells -> Granta -> Novels, Non-Fiction, Articles, Stories, Poems, Plays -> Live Action Series We can't all and some of us don't. That's all there is to it. -> American Black Bear -> London Zoo -> Harry Colebourn -> Military mascot in World War I -> World Poohsticks Championships Tigger, Kanga (Roo), Edward Bear ("Winnie-the-Pooh"), Eeyore, and Piglet -> Radio Christopher Robin A presentation by Aleksandar Petrov Poohsticks -> Rules and Strategy Ashdown Forest -> Puppet Shows Disney -> Theatre -> Quotes -> Multiple Philosophic writings (The Tao of Pooh, The Te of Piglet, Postmodern Pooh, The Pooh Perplex, Pooh and the Philosophers -> Streets -> Song by Kenny Loggins -> World Championship Poohsticks legacy Alan Alexander Milne -> Theatrical featurettes -> Various full-length theatrical features -> Soviet adaptation -> Television shows -> Animated Films -> Animated Series -> Audio "Hello Rabbit, is that you?" "Let's pretend it isn't", said Rabbit, "and see what happens." -> Winnie-the-Pooh, 1969 -> Winnie-the-Pooh Pays a Visit, 1971 -> Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, 1972

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Transcript: The next book in the series is the house at pooh corner. I hope the next book is as good as the first. to entertain children in the age group of 7-13. Good Reads My favorite chapter was chapter 10 : I hope you've enjoyed this presentation , and consider reading this novel . The Winnie-the-Pooh series was written to entertain children between the ages of 7-13. I would suggest this book if you like adventurous , fiction texts . MY CHOICE !! Milne Shepard & Winnie the Pooh Pooh Bear : pooh bear is described as "the bear of little brain" because of his short term memory. Pooh bear is the co-leader in all of the adventures (Christopher robin is the leader). Milne Shepard has written many books in the series of Winnie the Pooh , Milne Shepard has written a whole series (of up to 4 books) based on the adventures of Pooh and the animals from the Hundred Acre Woods. by: Annah Delong Piglet : Pooh's best friend, who is scared of anything, he fears that anything (like Heffalumps and Woozles) could be vicious and harmful . the 100 Aker Woods is where all of the adventures take place , the 100 Aker Wood is also the home of all the animals . The book i have been reading is Winnie-the-Pooh. Winnie-the-Pooh Main Characters Winnie-the-Pooh is written by Milne Shepard Pooh and his Friends Christopher Robin : the leader of all adventures ! all of the adventures in this novel were Christopher Robins idea this adventurous young child chooses where the group goes and what to do everyday. map of the 100 aker wood Christopher Robin - Christopher Robin is the only human in the Hundred Aker Woods . He starts every adventure and because of Poohs short memory he retells all the stories of adventure what's next? Winnie the Pooh books were written my favorites Winnie the Pooh - Pooh is a bear that leads adventures alongside Christopher Robin. His friends describe him as "a bear of little brain" because of his short memory favorite moments ..............the end In my favorite chapter of this book "Christopher Robin leads an expotition to the North Pole" Baby Roo falls into the stream , and Pooh discovers the North Pole when he uses the pole to save Roo . This was my favorite part of the book because all of Pooh's friends now know that he is not a bear of little brain, he's a hero Title and Author I chose Winnie the Pooh because I've never read from the series . Winnie the Pooh is a book with a new story in each chapter coming.

Winnie the pooh

Transcript: The Winnie-the-Pooh stories are set in Ashdown Forest, Sussex, England. The forest is a large area of tranquil open heathland on the highest sandy ridges of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty situated 30 miles (50 km) south of London. In 1925 Milne, a Londoner, bought a country home a mile to the north of the forest at Cotchford Farm, near Hartfield. According to Christopher Milne, while his father continued to live in London "...the four of us—he, his wife, his son and his son's nanny—would pile into a large blue, chauffeur-driven Fiat and travel down every Saturday morning and back again every Monday afternoon. And we would spend a whole glorious month there in the spring and two months in the summer." After Slesinger's death in 1953, his wife, Shirley Slesinger Lasswell, continued developing the character herself. In 1961, she licensed rights to Walt Disney Productions in exchange for royalties in the first of two agreements between Stephen Slesinger, Inc. and Disney. The same year, A. A. Milne's widow, Daphne Milne, also licensed certain rights, including motion picture rights, to Disney. Winnie the Pooh (Disney) with his gangs. First publication On 6 January 1930, Stephen Slesinger purchased U.S. and Canadian merchandising, television, recording and other trade rights to the "Winnie-the-Pooh" works from Milne for a $1000 advance and 66% of Slesinger's income, creating the modern licensing industry. By November 1931, Pooh was a $50 million-a-year business Disney This is Disneyland. There are three claimants, depending on the precise question posed. Christopher Robin's teddy bear, Edward, made his character début in a poem called "Teddy Bear" in Milne's book of children's verse When We Were Very Young (6 November 1924) although his true first appearance was in the 13 February 1924 edition of Punch magazine, which contained the same poem along with other stories by Milne and Shepard. The first time Pooh and his friends appeared in colour was 1932, when he was drawn by Slesinger in his now-familiar red shirt and featured on an RCA Victor picture record. Parker Brothers also introduced A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh Game in 1933, again with Pooh in his red shirt. In the 1940s, Agnes Brush created the first plush dolls with Pooh in his red shirt. Shepard had drawn Pooh with a shirt as early as the first Winnie-The-Pooh book, which was subsequently coloured red in later coloured editions. Disney Catoons This is Disney logo. Done by: Naveena & Pishapa PRESENTED BY: Winnie the Pooh and Walt Disney Alan Alexander Milne Red Shirt Pooh THANK YOU :) Sequel Disney Milne named the character Winnie-the-Pooh after a teddy bear owned by his son, Christopher Robin Milne, who was the basis for the character Christopher Robin. Christopher's toys also lent their names to most of the other characters, except for Owl, Rabbit, and Gopher. Gopher was added to the Disney version. Christopher Robin's toy bear is now on display at the Main Branch of the New York Public Library in New York City. An authorized sequel Return to the Hundred Acre Wood was published on 5 October 2009. The author, David Benedictus, has developed, but not changed, Milne's characterizations. The illustrations, by Mark Burgess, are in the style of Shepard. Disney Winnie the pooh Origin Who created it ? Stephen Slesinger Ashdown forest

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Transcript: In the beginning Silly Old Bear Tat-tat, It looks like rain What's up? Did I put your tail back on properly? Just doing nothing Promise you won't forget me Winnie the Pooh original song! Piglet Pooh needs some honey. Quotes The first movie. And their off on another Adventure. Book: They got stuck in their own trap. From when the first book was made till now there have been 3 books made by A.A Milne, 11 movies, and 5 television shows based off of Winnie the Pooh.Today Winnie the Pooh is still loved by many and there is even a television show that is about all the adventures of the friends in the 100 acre woods. The show is called "My friends Tigger and Pooh" and started in 2007 and is still on. Owl and Gopher Quotes T-T-F-N, Ta Ta For Now! Don't be redikorus I'm Tigger, T - I - Double Guh - Er Oh yeah, I rekokonize you Yag, Tiggers don't like hunny Hello, I'm Tigger Icky sticky stuff I'm saving my best bounce Tigger laughs Well... here I am! Why, that's what Tiggers do the best T.V Show: Is pooh dreaming? Bibliography Owl, Christopher, Kanga, Roo, Tigger, Eeyore, Pooh, Piglet, and Rabbit march. Owl Rabbit I'm rumbly in my tumbly Oh bother! It's more friendly with two I'm a little black raincloud Dum-dum-dum.. From the moment the fluff got in my ear Such a thing as a balloon I like Rabbit because.. I think I shall come down It's a Jagular It's time for lunch I was afraid of that No hurry, take your time Now, isn't this a clever disguise Now would you aim me at the Bees please Oh stuff and fluff The only reason for being a bee Then bounce down Think think think! You can never tell with bees Yum yum, bears love honey Sterling Holloway as Winnie the Pooh, John Fiedler as Piglet, Junius Matthews as Rabbit, Pal Winchell as Tigger, Howard Morris as Gopher, Bruce Reitherman later Jon Walmsley than Timothy Turner were all voices for Christopher Robin, Ralph Wright as Eeyore, Hal Smith as Owl, Clint Howard than later Dori Whitaker were both voices of Roo, Barbara Luddy as Kanga, and last is Sebastian Cabot as the voice of the Narrator. Yes, Mother I like surprises! Easy Mama, we bounced! Can I fly Piglet next Pooh? I like the old bouncy Tigger best That's what Roo do the 'bestest' You and me are good bouncers "Winnie the Pooh Pictures, Information & Fun | Winnie the Pooh." Thesis. Winnie the Pooh Pictures, Information & Fun | Winnie the Pooh. Web. 20 May 2012. <>. "Winnie the Pooh." IMDb., 1990. Web. 20 May 2012. <>. A.A. Milne Quotes." A.A. Milne Quotes (Author of Winnie-the-Pooh). Goodreads Inc. Web. 10 May 2012. <>. The voices we Love! Movie: Somebody called for an expert + 10% Dynamite And Honey! Say, if I was you... Summer Salad He's sailing clean out of the book Eeyore Roo Pooh First Ones Messy? It's ruined Tigger! Pooh-bear, how about lunch? Oh dear, mercy me! Oh dear, just look at my beautiful garden Why don't you ever stop bouncing Heeelp! Oh my.. oh my... I don't think so! Pooh..lunch..oh no.. What are you doing? Why did I ever invite that bear to lunch? The first book was made in 1926. Well, well, Pooh too This is a surprise Well, I say now This situation calls for an expert Now, as I was saying Do come in I say, are you stuck? Someone has pasted Piglet on my window Tigger By: Halie Rippin Throughout all the books, shows, and movies the characters in Winnie the pooh have their own unique quotes. Some are silly, some are weird, and some explain the characters personality. The first movie was made in 1977. Winnie the Pooh Gopher Pooh and Christopher's Quotes The heffulump tolk a little bit of getting use to. Eeyore, Rabbit, Piglet, and Tigger Oh d-d-dear-dear W-w-what was that Pooh Oh dear, mercy me too W-w-what do Jegulars d-d-do Pooh Help, P-p-piglet, me And what do you think..? I'm looking down, Pooh Trespassers Will... The beginning of Winnie the Pooh started when a soldier named Harry Colebourn bought a bear and named it Pooh, Winnie the Pooh. Winnie came from the name of Harry's hometown and Pooh came from the name of a swan. Christopher Robin was based off of A.A Milne's son(the author of the book is A.A Milne), than the rest of the characters came from Christophers stuffed animals and real life animals. Pooh's happy as long as he has his honey. Kanga Who are they running to? The first televition show was made in 1983. Do be careful, dear! Oh my goodness! Try not to fall too fast Why hello Tigger dear Christopher Thanks for noticing me If it is a good morning It's not much of a tail Most likely lose it again Days, weeks, months, who knows I found it If you ask me It works. Didn't expect it to Quotes by Kanga and Roo Winnie the Pooh Now

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