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Published on March 18, 2008

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Slide1:  My German Assignment By Emily Flynn Slide2:  History Culture & History & Culture:  History & Culture History & Culture:  History & Culture History & Culture:  History & Culture History & Culture:  History & Culture History & Culture:  History & Culture History & Culture:  History & Culture History & Culture:  History & Culture History & Culture:  History & Culture The team who came third, Germany The runners up, France The winning team, Italy Slide11:  German Australia Influence in German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia Coburg - Bavaria Coburg – Victoria German Influence in Australia:  German Influence in Australia Slide21:  Travel, Communication Commerce & Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Question 7...* Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Travel, Commerce & Communication:  Travel, Commerce & Communication Slide31:  Geography- German Germany & Speaking Countries Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 1...* Label the German states on your map of Germany, including their capital cities. I represented the capital cities with a black box. Schleswig - Holstein = Kiel Hamburg = Hamburg Mecklenburg - Vorpommern = Schwerin Bremen = Bremen Niedersachsen = Hannover Sachsen - Anhalt = Magdeburg Berlin = Berlin Brandenburg = Potsdam Nordrhein - Westfalen = Dusseldorf Hessen = Wiesbaden Thüringen = Erfurt Sachsen = Dresden Rheinland - pflaz = Mainz Saarland = Saarbrucken Baden - Wurttemberg = Stuttgart Bayern = Munchen Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 2...* What is the capital city of Germany? Show it on your map. The capital city of Germany is Berlin and I have represented that with a star. Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 3...* Name the countries surrounding Germany. The countries that surround Germany are Denmark, Poland, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Czech Republic. Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 4...* How many times does Germany fit into Australia? Germany fits into Australia 21 and ½ times! Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 5...* Choose ONE of the following tourist destinations and write ATLEAST 50 WORDS about it. Ski Resorts in Bavaria or Austria, Lucerne, Salzburg, The Danube (Donau), Oberammergau. The Danube is the longest river in the European Union. It originated in the Black Forest in Germany. The river flows eastwards passing through many central and eastern capital cities before it flows into the Black Sea. The Danube flows through Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine. Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 6...* Find 3 interesting facts EACH about Switzerland, Austria and Liechtenstein. Switzerland = The population in Switzerland is about 7.4 million people. Switzerland’s crime rate is usually low. Switzerland’s spoken languages are German, French, Italian and Romansh. Austria = The capital city of Austria is Vienna. Kindergarten is optional for children aged between 4 and 6. The most popular sport in Austria is alpine skiing. Liechtenstein = The are about 250 meters of paved roads in Liechtenstein. There is NO airport in Liechtenstein. The Liechtenstein football teams play in the Swiss football leagues. Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 7...* In Germany, the Euro is used. When was the currency introduced. On the 1st of January, 2002, the Euro was introduced into Germany. Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries:  Geography – Germany & German Speaking Countries Question 8...* Find examples of the notes and what is shown on the German version of the coins? All euro banknotes have a similar design for each one on both sides. The amounts of euro banknotes are €500, €200, €100, €50, €20, €10 and €5. The design for each banknote has a similar theme of European architecture in different time periods. On the €0.01, €0.02 and €0.05 coins, there is the German Oak Twig. On the €0.10, €0.20 and €0.50 coins, there is the Brandenburg Gate. On the €1 and €2 coins, there is the German Eagle. Slide40:  Food Food:  Food Question 1...* Sauerkraut, Pumpernickel, Bratwurst and Schnitzel are well known German food. What is each made of? Sauerkraut = Sauerkraut is made of pickled cabbage. Pumpernickel = Pumpernickel is a type of German sourdough bread made with rye meal. Bratwurst = Bratwurst is a type of sausage made of beef, pork and sometimes veal. Schnitzel = Schnitzel is a thin slice of veal coated in breadcrumbs and is fried. Food:  Food Question 2...* Find out what Schwarzwalderkirschtorte, Sacher Torte and Fondue are Schwarzwalderkirschtorte = Schwarzwalderkirschtorte is a Black Forest cake. Sacher Torte = Sacher Torte is a chocolate cake. Fondue = Fondue is a Swiss dish shared at the table. Slide43:  Bibliography Bibliography:  Bibliography Websites = www.wikipedia.com www.skwirk.com www.guermanculture.com www.dailysoft.com/berlinwall http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/oktoberfest http://translation2.paralink.com www.google.com/images www.google.com www.amstarrealty.com/currency www.lufthansa.com Bibliography:  Bibliography Books = Germany and German…By Janine Amos Germany…Country Fact Files…By David Flint Germany…First Repots…By Shirley W. Gray Germany…In the heartland of Europe…Eleanor H. Ayer Slide46:  Bibliography Phonebooks = Yellow Pages White Pages

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