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Презентация «Страны изучаемого языка – вчера, сегодня, завтра»
II муниципальный конкурс мультимедийных
презентаций «Страны изучаемого языка – вчера,
сегодня, завтра»
Номинация: Обычаи и традиции: мост от прошлого к
Воробьева Дарья Николаевна
МКОУ Брединская СОШ №97
11 класс
Руководитель проекта: Баннова Людмила Васильевна
New Zealand is a country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, in
Polynesia, located on two large islands (North and South) and a
large number of approximately 700 surrounding smaller islands.
The population, according to Statistics New Zealand in June
2015 is 4,596,700 people.
The country's capital - the city of
New Zealand - a country in the southwestern Pacific
The largest and most important holidays in New
The traditional art of the indigenous people of
New Zealand
Ta Moko - Tattoo body and face
One of the most important elements of Maori
*The state built on the principles of constitutional monarchy
and parliamentary democracy and is among the world's
developed countries. In the XI-XIV centuries, the country was
inhabited by natives of Polynesia, European explorers
discovered the islands in 1642. Active development of land
began with Britain in 1762. One of the main features of New
Zealand's geographical isolation is. The nearest neighbors of
the country to the west - Australia, separated by the Tasman
Sea, to the north - the territory of the island of New
Caledonia, Tonga and Fiji.
New Zealanders consider themselves "happy people." New Zealand
citizens fully satisfied with their lives, despite the fact that certainly
is not the richest nation in the world. According to the position of
"life satisfaction" New Zealanders are included in the top six. At the
same time, as if in defiance of stereotypes about them, do not apply
to sporting nation: only 5% of time off work they devote to active
recreation. New Zealanders are very proud of the fact that most of
all spending time on vacation, leaving behind on the item only the
Japanese, the French and Mexicans.
* The main feature of the national character of New Zealand assumed
the independence, openness, spontaneity and friendliness, which is
associated primarily with the historical features of formation of New
Zealand as a nation. Also, the population of this country is
characterized friendliness - is greeted with any encountered a man
on the street, and then can be fastened completely relaxed
The largest and most important holidays in New Zealand.
It is New Year (January 1), Waitangi Day (6 February). This is the day
when the agreement was signed between the world of the local
population of Maori and Europeans in 1840. There is also the feast of
Easter in March and April, as well as the Europeans. April 25 New
Zealand Anzac Day celebrates the day the memory of all who died in
the wars.
In June, on the first Monday is the day of the Queen's birthday. And in
October, usually on the third Monday - Labor Day. Well, not to mention
the Christmas holiday, which is celebrated on December 25th. And the
following day, December 26 - Boxing Day. Just as in England.
The indigenous people of New Zealand are Maori, original and
colorful ethnic group, whose customs and heritage formed the basis
of the culture of modern New Zealand.
Maori used to live in complete harmony with nature. Their rites and
habits mean respect for the environment and care for her. Modern
New Zealanders are proud of the amazing national parks and
territories, each of which is worthy of the great painter's brush.
* The traditional art of the indigenous people of New
Zealand is very symbolic, as manifested in almost all - in
woodcarving, weaving in the manufacture of talismans and
amulets, tattoos. Many things made by Maori, you can see
the traditional symbols. Of course, the symbolism inherent
in many cultures, but for Maori it was almost all because
the writing appeared only when an era of colonization of
New Zealand by Europeans.
* Ta Moko is Tattoo body and face, is one of the oldest cultural
traditions of the Maori, who came in their history in the first
steps of the people. For a long time the presence of Moko was a
symbol of social status and people of the lower social strata were
not allowed to have a tattoo on his face. Men traditionally
considered applying moko on the face, buttocks and thighs.
Women tattoo could be applied to the lips and cheeks. Both men
and women tattoo could be applied to other parts of the body,
but in this case it was less important.
* In recent years, the popularity of moko increased again and
now its application is often a Maori tribute to their ancestors
and their traditions. At the same time, elements of Moko
became popular and people of other ethnic groups in New
Zealand, and even abroad.
* Kapa haka is one of the most important elements of Maori culture,
including a system of dance, mime and movement, accompanied by
singing. Even in ancient times men of the tribe before the fight
performed this dance. Haq represented the courage, strength and
fearlessness. Movement in dance is quite sharp, accompanied by
* Kapa haka is considered to be the foundation of modern dance art in
New Zealand. Kapa haka dance traditions include several directions:
* Poi is female dance, better known
in the world today as a kind of
juggling balls on ropes.
Jaca is men's dance, which became
famous in the world thanks to the
performances of the New Zealand
national rugby team. Haq entered into
everyday life, and is an attribute of the
state and public ceremonies. Army and
navy units of the armed forces of New
Zealand have their own version of khaki.
*Tradition of New Zealand are very similar to the
traditions of Australia and the UK. Here, for example,
never invite guests between 16.45 and 17.13, the
gentleman never asks a lady to pay for themselves in
the restaurant. Inviting the party most likely be
invited to the picnic, which will take place in the
mountains, on the beach or a waterfall in a garden at
home. Here guests will be expected from only a drink,
suggesting that this matter snack inviting party. For
dessert cake certainly will treat the air "Pavlov",
which was named in 1926 in honor of the famous
Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, and is here on every
festive table.
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