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school: San Pedro Nolasco Integrantes: Juan José Molano Nicolás Galindo Martin Camargo

Docent: Claudia Jiménez Topic: Nueva Zelanda

Grade: Séptimo


Índex Fase 1 1…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Bandera 2…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Escudo 3…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Himno 4…………………………………………………………………………………………………. Cultura

Fase 2 5………………………………………………………………………………………………… Flora 6………………………………………………………………………………………………… Fauna 7………………………………………………………………………………………………… Economía 8……………………………………………………………………………………………….. Religión

Fase 3 9……………………………………………………………………………………………. Transporte 10………………………………………………………………………………………….. Salud 11………………………………………………………………………………………….. Educación 12…………………………………………………………………………………………. Ferias Y Fiestas


Fase 4 13……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Cultura 14…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Deporte 15…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Ubicación

Prologe


This book is about the knowledge of new Zealand, learn more about this country, its diverse culture, religion, etc music. people learn more about their traditions and more, in-depth research on everything that has to do with this country, New Zealand to be only a small island in oceania has a different culture and demonstrated with its festivals and fairs recognized more for its exotic flora and fauna and its advanced and traditional form of transportation. So for us this work also helped us in the vocabulary, because as this country handles the English mostly because of course there are more languages because it is a diverse country, if and so we helped more vocabulary. Also in the dramatic part because in this work had a lot to do with this part. otr serious thing for this country in the form of cultural, economic and other things like that.


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Conclusions

New Zealand being a country in oceania island located southwest Pacific Ocean comprising two main islands and other minors. It is noteworthy that due to its geographical isolation development by birds endemic wildlife, Its population is clearly very few European and Asian polinecios has two official languages most spoken is English. It is a country ruled by a constitutional monarchy, weather conditions vary considerably across regions, its flora and fauna due to the isolation of more than 80 million years make it unique in variety of plant and animal species, environmental friendliness Supolitica of the a led to a sustainable ecosystem thanks to reforestation plan. Its economy is prosperous and developed modern, being a country of a high standard of living, as dependent on the free trade of agricultural products. Sports more significant are: Rugby, cricket, bowling, netball, golf, swimming and hockey. Thanks to this work knew more about the way of life in New Zealand customs traditions geography economy. Like this work allowed us to identify the grammar of the English language, and new words.


The flag of New Zealand


is mostly blue, has the Union Jack in the canton, and four red stars with white flaked on jamb representing the constellation of the Southern Cross. The flags of the British dependencies have in its upper left corner miniature British flag. In addition, many of these flags have stars representing islands or states in question, such as Australia or New Zealand.


SHIELD OF NEW ZEALAND:

The coat of arms of New Zealand dates back to 1911 although subject to some minor changes in 1956. Until 1911 he had used the coat of arms of the United Kingdom which is to their monarchs and has influenced the design of New Zealand.

NATIONAL ANTHEM OF NEW ZEALAND:


God of Nations at Thy feet, In the bonds of love we meet, Hear our voices, we entreat, God defend our free land. Guard Pacific's triple star From the shafts of strife and war, Make her praises heard afar, God defend New Zealand. Men of every creed and race, Gather here before Thy face, Asking Thee to bless this place, God defend our free land. From dissension, envy, hate, And corruption guard our State, Make our country good and great, God defend New Zealand. Peace, not war, shall be our boast, But, should foes assail our coast, Make us then a mighty host, God defend our free land. Lord of battles in Thy might, Put our enemies to flight, Let our cause be just and right, God defend New Zealand. Let our love for Thee increase, May Thy blessings never cease, Give us plenty, give us peace, God defend our free land. From dishonour and from shame, Guard our country's spotless name, Crown her with immortal fame, God defend New Zealand. May our mountains ever be Freedoms ramparts on the sea, Make us faithful unto Thee, God defend our free land.

Guide her in the nations' van, Preaching love and truth to man, Working out Thy glorious plan, God defend New Zealand.


POLICY OF NEW ZEALAND:

New Zealand is an independent parliamentary democracy within the Commonwealth. The formal head of state is Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of New Zealand, who is represented in New Zealand by the Governor General. The parliament is elected every three years by the system of Mixed Member Proportional (MMP) voting system introduced in 1993 after two referendums. All New Zealanders aged 18 and over are eligible to vote. The Parliament is composed of 120 members, some of whom represents a geographic constituency, while others enter Parliament as representatives of a party. The first parliament elected by MMP system resulted in an increase in the representation of Maori, ethnic minorities and women. Of the 120 current members of Parliament, 36 are women, 14 are Maori, three Pacific Islanders and one is native to China. The Prime Minister is the head of government and has the support of a Cabinet of Ministers, elected from among the elected Members of Parliament. Thirty-nine public service departments implement government policy. The Parliament is based in Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. Its governor or king is: Elizabeth ll


FLORA AND FAUNA:

FLORA:

As for the flora of the country, have various species of plants and flowers unique kauri forest stand and southern beech.

The New Zealand native flora is rich and unique having evolved in isolation for millions of years, because it has a distinctive look about it. Not less than 80% of the plants and trees native Zealand are endemic, meaning that here and nowhere Although few showy of the variety foliage color, and shape is unsurpassed.

to New occurs else. have flowers of texture


BOSQUE DE AYAS DE SUR

BOSQUE DE KAURIS

FAUNA: not very varied, but has unique animals in the world as the Kiwi (pictured above), whose name became a kind of codinome of the population itself. A Kiwi does not fly because it just barely has wings, and long thought that it was a mammal. Kiwis have hair instead of

penalties, and developed ultra thick and strong legs, so they can walk and run without problems vegetation. They hate the light of day, being


nocturnal, which nearly faced extinction not as a Moa, a kind of giant Kiwi reached three meters in height. Kiwi has no mammalian predators, because until they discovered there were no mammals in New Zealand, which were introduced by the Polynesians and Settlers. the Kiwis are birds such as eagles and Falc천es, but the Kiwi developed extreme skill kills guard in closed, including the fact that they live by night, reduces the chances of being seen by other animals. With the beginning of colonization, forests were lying, so Kiwi fragility to attacks by predators increased, almost bringing it to extinction.

Kiwis kakapo


Takahe

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ECONOMY OF NEW ZEALAND: occupies the twentieth position in the global gross domestic product requirement, with the Kiwis producing U.S. $ 93 billion per year, or roughly $ 25,000 per head. New Zealand staff busy lives, and after 15 years, many are already working after school and on weekends, so go up to age 65 when they retire. The economy has always been based Kiwi finance products such as meat and wool export of mutton and milk derivatives. juicy seafood exports produced in several marine farms, as green shell mussel. It also has a growing industry for logging, in addition to supply the domestic market for the construction of houses, also exported. Kiwi fruit and wines produced in New Zealand are very well aceitos other products in the global market and bring great economic benefits to the country. Couple that and other sectors such as plastics and packaging technology, food, and more recently the Study of Tourism and atraĂ­ndo people coming from all over the world, including strengthening Latino Kiwi market and increasing global recognition the quality of education and entertainment. Resources Natural coal, oil, natural gas, iron ore, gold and fish. Agricultural products: barley, wheat, corn, fruits (kiwi, apples, pears), vegetables, cattle, sheep, goats and poultry. Major industries: food (meat and dairy), paper and paper products, chemicals, metals and metal accessories, machinery and transport equipment, textiles and wool. Export promotion agencies Ministry of external> Relations and Trade Economic Division Private Bag WELLINGTON


RELIGION OF NEW ZEALAND:

There is a majority of citizens of Christian denominations, especially Anglicans (25%), Presbyterian (16%) and Catholics (15%). In addition to the mixture of Christianity and Maori beliefs also existRingatu and Ratana churches, of which almost all Maori. New Zealand is a very diversified in terms of religions and we can find different religions practiced, depending on location, from the island and others. Basically we all know there are religions and all of them are diversified. The Anglican, Catholic and Presbyterian are found first, as they are the most practiced in New Zealand. Then we find other minority religions such as Protestant, small percentage of Buddhists, Hindus, and others. As in any country, there is also a certain percentage of the population of New Zealand is not a religion. That percentage slashing 25% of the country's inhabitants. These are just data, but will give us an idea of the kind of religion in the country and others. It is always interesting to know the religious theme of a country to be better informed of it.

TRANSPORT


can be divided into two types. All of the major cities like Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch and the rest. Both large and small ones and can say that there are good. But because of small number of them are considered anti population economical, and therefore does not amount and efficiency and most do not cover the entire length of the cities. They are expensive because it has few users, but with operational cost on the moon, have rigid schedules and far between. If you did not have the bus Time Table in hand (the table), the point is mocked hours bus until the bus number such that covers your neighborhood, give news of life. So, get ready to get into shape to go from one point to another in the cities. Any town outside the big 3 mentioned above, the entire center walk walk without problems, and beating more than 45 minutes, because I went out of town and do not know. Some transport are: Bus: also work on tight schedules to serve the major cities of the North Island and the South. It has several types of passes to economize, being that students have a 20% discount on the normal rate, and 15% mochileiros. Flexible Passes entitle the traveling down in cities along the way, and the next day to continue the journey. But beware, this modality has to be reserved in advance. Buses run that neither plane, with limited and reserved seats. The Intercity Coachlines is the main intercity bus operator in New Zealand. Taxi, but efficient, especially in smaller cities where it does not roll much, and so the race goes well in mind. Taxis are quite used when one party is going to drink, because you can not drink and run in New Zealand. They are also used in the wee hours of the night when buses are sleeping. The cost of a taxi is the bandeirada NZ $ 2.50, then $ 2.40 per kilometer NZ traffic. A taxi from Auckland Airport to the city center in half costs NZ $ 50. Bicycles are used by the Kiwis from children, it is the most popular vehicle to go school. Adults of all ages also use enough to go shopping and to work when the distance is not great. Bicycles are considered vehicles and can trafegar on the streets, less local Motorways or where a plaque indicating the contrary. Helmet use is mandatory, or be prepared to win a penalty. Signal where you are going to enter also becomes necessary. Trains in New Zealand always walk on the rails and on the schedule. In the North Island there is only one line from Auckland to Wellington Overlander called, but that bypasses tourist towns along the way the Hamilton and passes not near laWaitomo


HEALTH New Zealand has an excellent health system that includes public and private providers. These services usually are not free for international students. In the cities there is a wide range of treatments available, among which include chiropractic, osteopathy, acupuncture, naturopathy, homeopathy and Chinese medicine. MOST COMMON HEALTH PROBLEMS: In case of cold, flu or other common health problems, attends the student health center or doctor campus of your host family. EMERGENCIES: If you have a serious health problem or an accident, dial 111 and ask for an ambulance. The call is free, no need coins or a phone card when calling from a public phone box. This is also the emergency number for police and firefighters. HOSPITAL TREATMENT: If you need surgery or other treatment in a private hospital, you probably have to pay, unless you have a right to treatment in public hospitals in New Zealand. POISON: The National Poisons Information Centre has a number of free 24-hour emergency: 0800 POISON (0800 764 766). SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: Sexual freedom among young New Zealand is considerably similar to that of Europe and much higher than that found in most Asian countries. Sexual health clinics in the hospital, the Family Planning Association and some youth health centers offer free and confidential advice on contraception and sexually transmitted diseases. They also perform cervical screening and pregnancy tests.


EDUCATION IN NEW ZEALAND

In New Zealand, students learn in an English-speaking environment. You'll be in the same class with New Zealanders and encourage you to participate in discussions about all aspects of learning. The education system in New Zealand, based on the British system, is recognized abroad. Therefore, while studying can switch to another institution within New Zealand or other English-speaking countries. UNIVERSITIES: • The New Zealand universities are state and is based on research. • offer courses from certificate to PhD level. • The academic year begins in March and ends in November. • You can have a start date in July for some courses. • There may be courses in summer (January to March). INSTITUTES of technology and polytechnics: • The institutes of technology and polytechnics in New Zealand are state • These institutes offer courses that have the same quality as those of New Zealand universities • The institutes offer courses Certificate and some complete undergraduate and postgraduate studies • The academic year begins in March and ends in November. Sometimes some courses may start in July. TRAINING INSTITUTES TO TEACHER: Most have joined the universities in the region so the content and start dates are the same as those of the university. PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (PTES) • There are many throughout New Zealand. • Some establishments do training in specific areas, such as business or travel and tourism. • Everyone must be registered with the New Zealand Qualifications Authority • Most runs on a schedule similar to state tertiary institutionsACADEMIAS DE INGLES • Most private language schools and tertiary level has flexible start dates throughout the year. • Many international students enrolled in English courses for academic studies before beginning formal academic studies. • There are special English courses available throughout the year, with a duration of 4 weeks to 12 months. • Students who speak English often make short preparatory courses or pre-university studies orientation.


PREPARATORY COURSES: • Many colleges and schools offer preparatory courses. • They are usually an introduction to education and careers in New Zealand • They are useful for students who are thinking of pursuing tertiary studies

Most private language schools and tertiary level has flexible start dates throughout the year. • • Many international students enrolled in English courses for academic studies before beginning formal academic studies. • • There are special English courses available throughout the year, with a duration of 4 weeks to 12 months. • • Students who speak English often make short preparatory courses or preuniversity studies targeting.

PREPARATORY COURSES: • Many colleges and schools offer preparatory courses. • They are usually an introduction to education and careers in New Zealand • They are useful for students who are thinking of pursuing tertiary studies

SECONDARY: • The majority of New Zealand secondary schools are state • Some are private or integrated (half is subsidized by the state) and can be just for girls or boys or may be affiliated with a particular religion • The New Zealand secondary schools are generally for students of 13-19 years (Years 9-13) • Students in Years 11-13 are concentrated in the areas that are part of the National Certificate of Educational Achievement ("National Certificate of Education", NCEA). • The academic year begins in February and ends in mid-December. There are two week holiday in April, July and September


FERIAS Y FIESTAS

Nueva Zelanda, como la mayoría de los países, celebra las típicas fiestas de Navidad y Semana Santa y, a vez durante todo el año, también organiza sus festejos típicos y tradicionales que recuerdan la cultura del pueblo neozelandés, a través de la música, el baile, y la recreación de sus tradiciones. Comenzando el año, los neozelandeses se preparan para recibir el Auckland Folk Festival. Se trata de una de las principales celebraciones de música, canto y baile, que coincide con el aniversario de AucklandKumeu, en el último fin de semana de enero. El festival es organizado por el Club de Devonport Folk Music, el Club Titirangi Música Folk, el BluegrassAuckland, el Club de Old Country Music Time, TirNaNog, y los Auckland bailarines Morris. Se lleva a cabo en el recinto ferial llamado Kumeu, con una gran zona de acampada provista de todo tipo de servicios, restaurantes y tiendas, dispuestas para servir a los visitantes durante todo un fin de semana musical. Cada año, la organización de Auckand Folk invita a numerosos artistas internacionales para participar en el ciclo de conciertos que se lleva a cabo durante dos o tres días. Le sigue el Waitangi Day, que siempre se celebra el seis de febrero de cada año. Se trata de la Fiesta Nacional con la que se homenajea el Tratado del Waitangi, firmado por los maoríes y los británicos en 1840. En Waitangi los festejos comienzan el día anterior en el Ngapuhi Te tiimarae, con la organización de discursos locales iwi, en los que se plantean los problemas del día. Al día siguiente, se llevan a cabo ceremonias y manifestaciones culturales llenas de danza y el canto. El día se termina con una ceremonia tradicional en la que la Marina baja la bandera. Entrando en abril, se celebra el Día de los soldados neozelandeses. El día de ANZAC, el ejército de Australia y Nueva Zelanda que se formó durante la Primera Guerra Mundial. La fiesta comienza el 25 de abril con la ceremonia del alba, Dawnservice, en la que un soldado toca con el clarín el toque de retreta y el toque de diana, para dar comienzo a los diferentes desfiles de veteranos de guerra que se llevan a cabo por todas las localidades. A principios de mayo es el Maratón de Rotorua. La emblemática carrera que se desarrolla en el lago Rotorua. La competición comienza en los jardines del Gobierno, sigue por las colinas Hamurana y vuelve a Rotorua. Y con el verano se celebra el aniversario de la reina, Isabel II, que tiene lugar el 6 de junio. Le siguen otras muchas fiestas dedicadas a la cultura, las aficiones y los deportes, que continúan desde el verano hasta final del año, como son: el Festival de invierno de Queenstown, durante julio; la competición internacional de pescadores de truchas de septiembre; el Maratón Internacional de Auckland y el Festival Taranaki de rodondendros, en New Plymouth, durante octubre, y en noviembre se organiza la exhibición ganadera y agricultora de Christchurch, así como el día de los buscadores de oro, en Central Otago.


CULTURE

New Zealand has a wide variety of activities, cultural events and artistic expressions, of which the inhabitants of this beautiful country enjoy and participate with pleasure and pride. The art and culture attract a large number of participants and therefore easy to find in different resorts and several cultural centers all activities that will happen within a month. The Ministry of Culture and Heritage is responsible for promoting and supporting each of the branches of art thus providing all the tools for each artist to develop. Several artists have been recognized Zealanders and international success, prominent among them opera stars Give Malvina Major and Dame KiriTeKanawa, filmmakers Jane Campion and Peter Jackson and actor Sam Neill. Important live entertainment, theatrical and artistic expressions including New Zealand in their tours around the world as they know that the reception by the audience will be great and will be a guaranteed success. Creative New Zealand, is the national organization for the development of New Zealand's art, which is responsible for supporting, maintaining and developing both professional art community. This entity has invested NZ $ 32,865,000 in artists and arts organizations between 2008 and 2009. Like any cultural organization, contributions from sponsors and ticket sales are required to reach to cover event costs, thus the sustainability of these. The New Zealand government supports music through "New Zealand on Air" which funds artists and promote their work locally and internationally. "New Zealand Music Commission (Commission of Music in New Zealand) or also plays key role in facilitating the

MAORI CULTURE:


New Zealand's culture is a fusion of Maori culture and from the descendants of British settlers, of which most were working class. Maori culture, known as maoritanga, ie they used thongs. Your lifestyle and worldview are changing and growing part of the life of Aotearoa (New Zealand Maori language). However, the Maori have adopted as their own many aspects of Western culture, and a growing number of New Zealanders share the wealth of Maori heritage. Maori culture is a different culture within New Zealand. With the growth of tourism and the remarkable global exposure of the All Blacks haka, Maori culture, previously only seen in this company, began to be seen increasingly as a critical part of New Zealand culture. This culture has several rites besides the haka: one of them is the moko, the traditional facial untatuaje which the Maori was distinguished and marked the clan to which he belonged. The Maori language, a language of Eastern Polynesia, is closely related to Tahitian and Cook Islands Maori, slightly less related to Hawaiian and Marquesanlanguages, and farther still from western Polynesia idomas (including deSamoa, Niue and Tonga). The language began to decline and no longer be used after colonization, but since the 1970s there have been successful efforts to reverse this trend. These include the granting of official language through Maori Language Act 1987, the Maori Language Week and a television channel. The 2006 census obtained the result that 157 110 people speak this language in New Zealand.

XIX CENTURY MOIRI HEAD:

SPORT:


FAVORITE SPORTS: Rugby, criquete, surfing, biking, swimming, hiking, hockey, football, netball, horse riding, tennis, touch football, golf, basketball, badminton, bowling, iatismo, squash, cycling, mountain biking, trail biking, skiing, shooting, hunting , rowing, fishing, marathons, racing and boating. Surely none, the most popular of all is the rugby. All team sports are practiced only in clubs, and to the practice you will have to determine the cause of one of them. Practices and games tournaments are usually on weekends, and the parents or the whole family attend the games, encouraging players. Rugby is for New Zealand as football for Latinos and is divided into 2 groups, called simply Rugby and Rugby League called. They have rules and different ways to play, and both draw crowds to the stadiums. If you ask a national celebrity Kiwi, 99% of the list will be of Rugby players, the remaining 1% will opt for Sir Edmund Hillary, one of the conquerors of Mount Everest. A big game day, much of the city will stop to assist, and that will be the All Blacks, that and the national rugby team, alas for all the world itself and the streets are deserted which primarily was a world cup and the game is Australia. Almost every city has a rugby field and in the weekends regional games are played. Occasionally ordinary people play in the parks and on the beaches, but as said before, group sports are practiced in clubs and rugby is no exception (photo Andy Todd).

The Cricket is second favorite sport, certainly is the

but


number one practiced in the city parks for children and adults, by the fact of not needing a battalion of players. It is quite popular among the Hindu community, Pakistan, and Sri Lanca. International competitions between countries today are former British colonies, occur several times per year, and New Zealand is always a favorite tournaments. It attracts quite public stadiums and during TV broadcasts. Surfing is the greatest sport practiced by the younger, and New Zealand has best beaches for a pratical. See our Guide to Surfing the main venues.

Football in New Zealand is very weak, and the New Zealander decidedly not born for that. The All Whites, is the national champion in bringing thrashings and not qualify for drinks. Football is quite practiced in schools and clubs weekends ethnic (Italian club for example) for boys and girls, often playing in mixed teams. Body parts such as cinnamon, ankles, and knees, are usually more visas than the ball, and parents encourage their children to play football for they find less violent than Rugby. After 16 years almost no one plays football, being that adult teams are trained cities clubs and associations, but do not pay their players foot for love torcen shirt. Asians, Indians and immigrants from the Pacific Islands, not football as major sport, so do not practice. If you would like to know a New Zealand Hospital, Highlight a galley naked with that, that's the way UTI. There are no jobs for Latinos in this area (who


Diving and Underwater Hunting are excellent in Bay of Plenty, Coromandel and Northlands. Cheerful and plump lobsters await the thousands at depths around 30 meters. Octopuses are great and many the size of a person, as they are hunted for nothing. Nobody knows unless you cook the Andrew (at the left in the photo), and yet because I taught. They are found anywhere, on any stone hole off the beach with water still in cinnamon. Practically it is not necessary to dive to catch one.


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