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AC Legrand
déroulé des activités : Ireland, A Land Of Songs And History
Unit 1 Ireland, A Land Of Songs And History
Tâche Finale Ireland, A Land Of Songs And History
1b- Manuel Hit the Road, 1ère, p 23: Facts and figures about Ireland
Let's play Kahoot
2a- Saint Patrick's Day Animated History
Saint Patrick's Day is the largest Irish celebration in the world and this video explains the history of this famous saint's day Saint Patrick was born in Wa...
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1a- Ireland, a land of history and music
Fun FActs about ireland The earliest evidence of human presence in Ireland is dated at 12,800 BC A bear bone was found in a cave and had clear cut marks from stone tools. Ireland was inhabited already in the Palaeolithic era.St. Patrick Wasn't Irish He was born in Great Britain and at the age of 16 was kidnapped by Irish raiders. He was a slave in Ireland for six years working as a sheepherder. After six years, he went home and studied religion to become an ordained priest.The Leprechaun is part of Irish mythology and folklore Standing 2-3 feet tall, leprechaun’s are a devious character. They are quick-witted, highly intelligent, and will do anything to evade capture. Ireland is the only country in the world to have a musical instrument as it’s national symbol St. Patrick didn’t really chase all the snakes out of Ireland as legend suggests. Scientists say Ireland has never had any snakes on it's green shores. So, what did he chase out? Pagans. The first St. Patrick’s Day parade was held in the United States, not in Ireland. In 1762, Irish soldiers serving in the English army celebrated the day parading in New York City's streets. Today, it is an official city event. Ireland has won the Eurovision Song Contest seven times, more than any other country.More Facts about how Ireland loves Music? Check these ones!
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2b- St Patrick In America
4a- Disc sleeve, The Hungry Voices
Broaden your Vocabulary - Hunger
Manuel Hit The Road, Vocabulary Anglais1Re Uv02 0
Annexe 5a 2: Sunday Bloody Sunday
annexe 6: Bono discusses U2's "Sunday Bloody Sunday" for Louder Than Words
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Annexe 1: History of Ireland timeline.
A timeline created with Timetoast's interactive timeline maker.
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