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Scotland

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Britt Spee

on 5 November 2014

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Transcript of Scotland

Index
the History
the culture
the sports
the topografic
the food
Did you know?
Quizzzz
The history
the culture
bagpipes
haggis
kilts
human activity
not only in the 12th century, they still have their traditions and culture
the Sports
rugby
golf
cricket
the topographic
the food
Important
Haggis
Filling, easy and tasty
Warm, strength and energy
Traditionally food
Variety food
did you know?
That Scotland is almost 2 times as big as the Netherlands?
In Scotland it's a hour earlier then in the Netherlands?
That the highest mountain in Scotland the Ben Nevis is which has a height of 4409 feet (1344 metres)?
That Scotland has approximately 790 islands, 130 of which are inhabited?
Quizzzzz
What is the capital city of Scotland?
What is typical Scottish food?
Call 3 typical Scottish sports
Call a typically Scottish garment
The end!
Scotland
by Lidwien, Manou, Quinty & Britt
V1AT

part of the United Kingdom
north Europe
Glasgow is biggest city
Edinburgh is capital city
very varied landscapes

14,000 years ago
Roman Empire in Brittania
Picts
Caledonia
Sea important link
Geographical orientation of Scotland
Acts of Union
Commercial, intellectual an industrial
centers of Europe
World war two
The most popular sports:
map of Scotland
Glasgow
Edinburgh
Highland Games
Are there any Questions?
Typical Scottish Highland music
Rugby
Ruby and American football
Cigar-shaped ball
the opponent is trying to prevent that
Rugby: 15 players
Football: 11 players
rugbyfield: a little bit longer& much wider
Big differences: football players wearing protecting clothes
Rugby: 4 x 15 minutes
Football: 2x 40 minutes
American football:
Rugby:
Golf
ballgame
a little, hard ball & golfclub
the tee
hole with flag
least as possible strokes
golfcourse
Cricket
ballsport
points are scored by walking back and forth over the cricket pitch
one team throws (bowling)
the other team hit (batting)
both have been beaten and throwed
most runs: the winner
The Highland games
continuation from earlier centuries
from traditional games of clans
every year the games are organized
also outside Scotland
The biggest Highland games event:Grandfather Mountain in North-Carolina
contain heavy athletic competition events
Quinty
Manou
Britt
Lidwien
Lidwien
Manou
Edinburgh
Haggis
Rugby
Golf
Cricket
a Kilt
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