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2017 – 2018 Eğitim Öğretim dönemiyle beraber pek çok ders ve çalışma kitabı değişti. Değişen ders kitaplarından biri de “İngilizce Meb Yayınları Yes You Can B1.1 Ders Kitabı Cevapları” oldu. Kitabı incelediğimizde ise Devrim ÖZBEK, Hatice KUMRAL, Sevinç ÖRER tarafından 132 sayfa olarak kaleme alındığını görüyoruz. Kitapta görseller ön plana çıkarılmış ve görsel tasarım ise Beyza DİRİK, Zafer HAŞİMOĞLU tarafından yapılmış.

İngilizce Meb Yayınları Yes You Can B1.1 Student’s Book Sayfa 28 Cevapları“nda önce sorular yazıldı daha sonra cevaplar verildi.

SORULAR

Time to Read
[A Look at different dance styles. Tick M B Work in pairs. What is your reason for
(y) the one(s) you like. Compare your dancing? Discuss and complete the
choice(s) with your classmates. sentences with your partner.
1. Dancing is a way of life for me because,
2. Önce I start dancing,
3. While I am dancing, .
4. Your own reason……
a) Haka Dance Competitions
b) Types of Haka Dance
c) The meaning of Haka
d) The Purpose of Haka Dance
e) The History of Haka Dance
1
The “Ka Mate”, haka in other words, Te Rauparaha’s haka — İsa native Maori song. People in New Zealand dance haka, with its intense movements and facial expressions, to challenge and threaten opposing teams in rugby games.
2……………………………………
When Europeans first came in contact with Maori people in 1642, they observed and recorded Hakas. As ali Maori tribes performed Hakas only for themselves within their tribal boundaries, outsiders rarely witnessed these traditions.
3 ………………………………….
From ceremonies to meetings and funerals, people dance Traditional Hakas to challenge, welcome, and explain different types of feelings. Although only men perform some of them, some others only by women, and stili others by both sexes. Consequently, people use them purely for entertainment purposes, welcoming guests, certain rituals and ceremonies nowadays.
4 ……………………………….
There are four main types of hakas:
Haka taparahi — itisa ceremonial haka. Dancers perform it without weapons. İts aim is to express public or private feelings. Generally men perform these Hakas with women by adding musical accompaniment.
Haka peruperu — itisa war dance. Dancers perform it with weapons. Because, its aim is to frighten with displays of temper. İn the past, people performed it while getting ready for battle, during battle, and after victories. Males often dance them with special clothes.
Haka powhiri — women dance it to welcome guests, usually they do it before the men do their haka taparahi.
Poi dance — women sing and twirl long balls which were made of leaves.
The really interesting thing about hakas is that they are the same as they were years ago. And yet, they stili exist.
e Read the history of Haka Dance. Match the most appropriate heading to each paragraph. There is one extra heading that you do not need to use.
□ Flamenco
□ Irish
□ Hiphop
□ Tango
Q Match the Haka Dances with its purposes.
1. TeRauparaha’sHaka …
a) to welcome guests
2. Traditional Haka …
b) to challenge and threaten opposing teams in rugby teams
3. Hakataparahi …
c) to frighten with displays of temper
4. Hakaperuperu …
d) to express public or private feelings
5. Hakapowhiri …
e) to challenge, welcome and explain different types of feelings

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