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VIDEO II B Food Globalization Project 2015

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Let’s go back in time…THE GREAT EXHIBITION IN LONDON, 1851.

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The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations or simply “The Great Exhibition” was an international exhibition. It took place in Hyde Park, London, from 1 May to 11 October 1851. It was organized by Henry Cole and Prince Albert, husband of Queen Victoria. Charles Darwin and some famous English writers, such as Charlotte Brontë, Charles Dickens, Lewis Carroll, George Eliot and Alfred Tennyson took part to the event.
The Great Exhibition was a celebration of modern industrial technology and design and it was a response to the successful French Industrial Exposition of 1844. But the Great Exhibition in London, was the very first one to be opened to international exhibitors from the entire world.
The event for “Great Britain was also an occasion to make it clear to the world the role of the United Kingdom as industrial leader. The Great Exhibition was a platform on which countries from around the world could display their achievements. It aimed at showing that technology was the key to a better future.The event was a great success. Six million people visited the Great Exhibition.

A special building, the Crystal Palace, was built to house the show. The building was a massive glass house, about 564 metres long by 138 metres wide and it was made of iron and glass. Inside there were trees and statues. Unfortunately it was destroyed by fire on 30th November 1936.

What was the Great Exhibition?

When did it take place?

How long did it last?

Who took part in the event?

What did the event celebrate?

Why was it considered so important?

What did it aim at?

What was the name of the building where the show took place?

INTRODUCTION to EXPO 2015

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EXPO 2015

Food offers us the opportunity to engage with the world around us as it gathers people around a common table. The following project aims at involving the youth to experience the value of a sustainable food system based on healthy food and let them understand how food can influence a community physically, mentally and emotionally. The event “Expo 2015” will be the starting point through which we’ll focus on cultural, ethnic, and personality differences depending on food.

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LET’S START FROM THE BEGINNING…Why is breakfast the most important meal of the day?

1. Because it gives you energy to start a new day;
2. It helps improve your performances in the classroom;
3. It gives you the necessary strength to engage in physical activity;
4. It improves your concentration and problem-solving skills.

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And you, what do you usually have for breakfast?

What is your FAVOURITE meal of the day? Why

What is your favourite dish? Why?

TAKE A PHOTO OF YOUR BREAKFAST AND LET US KNOW WHAT YOU EAT!

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