English vocabulary > Baccalauréat > Anglais > Vocabulaire > Mythes et héros / Myths and heroes. Heroes: Everyday people changing the world. Samuel Smiles' heroes. TL1 : ) MYTH/ HISTORY/WESTERN MOVIES/MANIFEST DESTINY. Ned Kelly: The outlaw who divides a nation. More than 130 years after he was hanged, Australia's most notorious outlaw is being buried, as old tensions resurface about what he really means to the country.
To many Australians, Ned Kelly, the son of poor Irish Catholics, was a heroic anti-establishment figure who fought corrupt British colonists in the 19th Century. To others, he was a vicious thug who murdered three police officers. Kelly's descendants have insisted that by burying him, they were not seeking to glorify the notorious bandit, but to give him a dignified and proper farewell. "It's good to see that Ned will get the funeral he finally deserved in the first place," says Anthony Griffiths, the outlaw's great-grandnephew. He'll be laid to rest on Sunday alongside his mother in a small cemetery in the hamlet of Greta that lies in the Victorian countryside he roamed during his feud with the local constabulary. The bushranger was executed in November 1880 after a shootout with the police in the southern state of Victoria. Heroes/Heroism Quotes.
Rosa Parks: How I Fought for Civil Rights.
Gloucestershire Features - Heroquest. Myths and heroes by marina courvoisier on Prezi. Zambian open window gave restaurant lift-off. 28 February 2013Last updated at 12:20 ET Sylvia Banda has trained farmers in rural areas, who now supply her business Sylvia Banda is one of Zambia's most enthusiastic champions of local food and has been using her business, Sylva Professional Catering, to promote her cause.
By purchasing her ingredients from regional, small-scale farmers, she showcases the country's bounty to the upscale clientele who employ her catering services. Based out of the University of Zambia's Great East Road campus in Lusaka, the capital, Mrs Banda is promoting healthy eating, and all the while training a new generation of food service professionals who she teaches the merits of quality, ethical behaviour, professionalism, innovation, service orientation, and personal drive. She started her business from scratch 27 years ago. Continue reading the main story “Start Quote I opened the windows and I opened the door, and I could see the smoke fighting, going out, the steam… a few minutes later, people started coming” A lesson plan about heroes and art.
This EFL lesson is designed around an astonishing short film by Miguel Endara in which he records himself painstakingly creating a portrait of his hero using 3.2 million ink dots.
The lesson also looks at the smallest works of art in the world by micro-artist Willard Wigan and the theme of heroes. Students also get the chance to make their own movie with themselves as the hero. Language level: Intermediate (B1) - Advanced (B2.2) Learner type: All ages Time: 90 minutes Activities: Watching short film and video; speculating; describing works of art; listening; answering comprehension questions; making own hero movie Topics: Heroes; micro-art; inspiration Language: Vocabulary related to super heroes; cartoon heroes; film stars etc. Materials: Short film; TED video; pictures of micro-art; PowerPoint; Downloadable materials: Hero lesson plan instructions willard wigan micro-art slides willard wigan comprehension questions Step 1 Do you have any heroes?
What do you admire about your hero? Step 2 Step 3.