Holidays & traditions in English speaking countries

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b. y Petra . Halfarová. Holiday. s & traditions in English speaking countries. Anzac Day. Haka . Dance. Pot . Luck . Dinner. . by Petra Halfarová. Anzac Day. a national day in Australia and New Zealand. ID: 634777 Download Presentation

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Holidays & traditions in English speaking countries

b

y Petra

Halfarová

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Holidays & traditions in English speaking countries

Anzac Day

Haka

Dance

Pot

Luck

Dinner

by Petra Halfarová

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Anzac Day

a national day in Australia and New Zealand

25

th

April

honour to members of Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who fought in Gallipoli in the Ottoman Empire during World War I

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Anzac day

Nowadays it commemorates all the people who died and served in military operations for their countries

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DAWN SERVICE

People gather at dawn (usually at an important place) and a service takes place

Introduction

Hymn

Prayer

AddressLaying of wreathRecitationPlaying The Last PostA minute of silence“Reveille” Reveille

Australian & New Zealand national anthems

Dawn service

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Anzac day

Friends & extended family get together

Barbecue

Anzac biscuits (oats, coconut)

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Haka

dance

Traditional

war

dance of Maori people (original inhabitants

of

New

Zealand

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Haka dance

Nowadays

performed

before a rugby match to scare the other teamhaka

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Pot luck

dinner

A gathering of people where each

person brings food prepared by

the person, which is later shared

by the group - Originally it meant food for uninvited or unexpected guests - Often organized by religious or

community groups

- watch

What to bring to a Pot luck


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