“HOWE” TO SEE THE
BRITISH ISLES
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Bibliography
Start by taking the World
out of the box.
Now click the
red circle on
the globe to
get to The British Isles.
Click in the circle to get an even closer
look at view of The British Isles.
Ireland
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Wales
4 Countries
of the
British Isles
Scotland
Click a flag
to visit
a country.
England
Ireland
Castles
at
Dublin and
Blarney
In Spanish we say:
castillos
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aloud to Listening
Lolita.
The Claddahg, St. Patrick and the shamrock are symbols of
Ireland.
In Spanish we say “simbolos de Irlanda”.
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COBH (say Cove) - a fishing port in Cork Harbor.
The Titanic left from this port.
In Spanish we say “ El Titanic
saliò de este puerto”.
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KINSALE
Kin sale is the oldest town in Ireland. It is a major sailing base.
In Spanish we say “Kinsale es el pueblo màs viejo “.
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The cliffs and beaches of Ireland are beautiful.
In Spanish we say “Las barrancas y playas son bonitas”.
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The Irish play rugby, Irish football and soccer.
In Spanish we say, ”Ellos juegan rugby, football y soccer”.
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NEWGRANGE
Newgrange is a 5000 year old active solstice site. It is
made of stone structures called cairns. It is used to
track and record movements of the sun. Ancient people
used this for their calendar.
In Spanish we say, “Ellos usaban esto para sus calendarios”.
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England
First, let’s travel in London on a doubledecker bus.
In Spanish, it is called an autobus.. “Vamos a Londres en el autobus ahora!.
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Big Ben is a famous 316 foot tower that has a clock on it. It was
named after a man called Sir Benjamin Hall. He was in charge of
building it.
El reloj
“
In Spanish a clock is called el reloj. To ask what time is it in London we say, “Que hora es en Londres?
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The London Tower Bridge is a very famous bridge.
In Spanish we say, ”El puente de Londres es bien famoso..”
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Outside of the Buckingham Palace, there are guards that act
like soldiers. The guards are very serious about their job.
They are not allowed to talk to anyone. Every day at the same
time they change places with a new set of guards. This is done
very neatly and organized. People come from all over to watch
this happen....
In Spanish,, we say, “ Hay soldados en el frente del palacio.”
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Buckingham Palace is where the Queen of England lives. It has
many rooms and is decorated with lots of expensive things.
In Spanish we say, “El palacio Buckingham es donde vive la Reyna.”.
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Trafalgar Square is a famous place where people gather to
meet. There are large fountains, waterfalls, and big statues to
see.
In Spanish, we say “Hay muchos fuentes en las plazas.
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Cadbury Chocolate
At Last….. London is famous for
bars and eggs. Take a break from traveling and have a
delicious candy bar!
In Spanish we say …..”MMMMMM el chocolate es muy delicioso!!!
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Wales
The castles of Wales were built by the English. They conquered Wales
and built the castles to keep control of the countryside.
In Spanish, we say, “ Caernarfon es el Castillo màa famoso en Gales”
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You could drive all the way across Wales in less than an hour. Yet the
Welsh have their own language and traditions.
In Spanish we say, “Denbigh es el pueblo màs grande
en Gales.
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Scotland
The Climate in Scotland is Cool and Rainy. Gardens grow
well here. Many people in Scotland are so interested in
gardening that they form clubs and travel together to visit
famous
ones.
In Spanish we say, “ Vamos a mirar los jardines
de Escocia”in
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This instrument is called Bagpipes. It is a combination instrument
that can make more than one note at once. Bagpipes are often used
in parades in America because a marcher can play them and they
Inare
Spanish
we say, “Este es el instrumento màs usado en Escocia”
loud!
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Croeso 1 Cymru.1999. http:\\www.croeso.com (29 September 1999).
Europe Overview.1999. http:\\www.calong.dircon.co.uk/tape.euromap.htm(30 September 1999).
Highlands of Scotland.1999.http:\\www.scotland.com.(29 September 1999).
Humboldt Internet.1999. http:\\www.humboldt.com (29 September 1999).
Irelandseye.1998.http:\\www.irelandseye.com(29 September 1999).
Irish Stories.1999. http:\\www.irishstories.com (29 September 1999).
Images of Ireland 1999, Gallery 1, Gallery2, Gallery3. homepages.iol.ie/~discover/images.htm(29 September 1999).
Keltic Designs 1998. http:\\www.celticdesigns.com (30 September 1999).
London 1998.http\\www.travel london.com (29 September 1999).
Newgrange. 1999.http:\\www.newgrange.com (30 September 1999)
Nick D’s Page of National Anthems.1999.http\\www.ilxlightwave.com/~ndoherty/anthems (30 September 1999)
The team from Howe travelling through cyberspace to the British Isles in September, 1999, were:
Maryanne Donnelly, Speech - Language Pathologist
Eric Handel, Elementary Spanish Teacher
Veronica Herring, 2nd Grade Teacher
Nilsen Polanco,
2nd Grade Paraprofessional
Dick Shave, Computer Paraprofessional
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