MATERIALIEN 1. Pub Quiz – Fragen und Lösungen 2. Pub Quiz

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MATERIALIEN 1. Pub Quiz – Fragen und Lösungen 2. Pub Quiz
 MATERIALIEN 1. Pub Quiz – Fragen und Lösungen 2. Pub Quiz – Lösungsblätter 3. Programm Exkursion Manchester 1.
Pub Quiz – Fragen und Lösungen Pub Quiz Excursion to Manchester Questions PUB Quiz‐Fragen und Lösungen “Substitution Game of Social Work”/Exkursion to Manchester WS 2015/16 Fachenglisch BA Soziale Arbeit, 3. Semester Fachbereich Sozial‐ und Bildungswissenschaften Fachhochschule Potsdam A)
ENGLAND AND MANCHESTER 1) Which are the 3 largest cities (most populous boroughs) in England?  London (8.3 Mio)  Birmingham (1.09 Mio)  Leeds (758.000) 2) Please locate Manchester in the map. 3) Estimate the number of residents who are living in Manchester! 520.00 4) Who – do you think ‐ rules Manchester? The Lord Mayor The Queen The head of the district authority The Mafia 5) How do they call a person who lives in Manchester?  Mancunian 6) When someone in Manchester says: “look at her jazzy keks” what could the person mean? Look at her cool trousers Look at her nice smile 1 Look at her beautiful hat Look at her lovely nose 7) Estimate the number of residents of England!  54.3 Million 8) The imperial state crown is the crown, which is used the most by Queen Elizabeth the second. What is the weight of it?  0,87 kg  1,06 kg  1,32 kg  1,81 kg B) COMMUNITY WORK/TALBOT HOUSE 1) How was the report from 1959 called that formed a significant turning point for the meaning and professionalization of social work in England? a) Youngspouse Report b) Oldspouse Report c) Younghusband Report d) Oldhusband Report 2) The Government funded the “Community Development Projects Programme”, which was the largest action‐research project. In which year did they launch it?  1969 3) Please build a word out of the following letters. The word should be as long as possible A A A G I I L N N O O R S T  ORGANISATIONAL 4) Name 3 of the five main strands or approaches in community work, following the study of David Thomas?  1. Community action  2. Community development  3. Social Planning  4. Community Organisation  5. Service extension 2 Talbot House 5) What is their motto at the Talbot house? a) get mum and dad okay, the kids are okay b) get the kids okay, mum and dad are okay c) get mum okay, dad and the kids are okay c) get dad okay, mum and the kids are okay 6) Name one of the main parts of the work at Talbot house  Emotional support  Counselling with carers  Access to training for carers  Information about money and benefits 7) For whom do they care?  Parents and carers of people with learning disabilities 8) Do you remember the logo of Talbot house? Please draw a sketch! C) Great British class survey 1) How many new classes were defined for the british society? seven 2) Which of the classes is represented by the pictogram? The elite 3) Which class has the oldest average age?  The traditional working class Extra point: what is the average age of this class?  66 4) In which class will you find community or social workers?  Emergent service workers 5) What is a positive interpretation of the seven classes? You could escape more easily than from the Working Class, 50 years ago… 3 D)
SDE POSITION PAPER/ FC United of Manchester and Football 1) What do the letters SDE stand for?  Supporters Direct Europe 2) Name 2 of the 5 clubs, which were presented as “best practise”‐examples in the SDE‐position paper!  A LA NANTAISE, L’association des amoureux du FC Nantes  FC United of Manchester  HSV Supporter’s Club  Swansea City Supporters Trust  Sosteniamolancona 3) You'll hear a song now. It stops at a certain point. Please write
down the text line that would follow
You’ll never walk alone 4) Fan‐owned clubs are democratically organised and decision making is a bottom‐up matter. What is the technical term for democratically organised sport clubs? Hint: you can find the first part of the word on every football field Grassroots sports 5) the FC United of Manchester established?  2005 6) What kind of symbol do they have in their badge/logo? a) Devil b) Ship c) Raft d) Angel 7) Complete the following statement of Andy Walsh in the video: “…but one thing I guarantee you. We always remain supporters own: One member… One vote!” 8) What do they criticise in modern football? Commerzialisation 4 9) Please colour the Logo/badge of the FC United of Manchester 10) How many German football players are playing in the Barcley’s Premier League?  8 11) Find the matching club for each person! Jürgen Klopp Mesut Özil Bastian Schweinsteiger Kevin De Bruyne Eden Hazard Manchester United FC Chelsea London Manchester City FC Liverpool Arsenal London 5 2.
Pub Quiz – Lösungsblätter Pub Quiz Excursion to Manchester Name of Quiz Group: A) ENGLAND AND MANCHESTER 1) 2) Map Manchester 3) 4) a) The Lord Mayor b) The Queen c) The head of the district authority d) The Mafia 5) 6) a) Look at her cool trousers b) Look at her nice smile c) Look at her beautiful hat d) Look at her lovely nose 7) 8) a) 0,87 kg c) 1,32 kg b) 1,06 kg d) 1,81 kg A 2) Map Manchester Pub Quiz Excursion to Manchester Name of Quiz Group: B) COMMUNITY WORK/TALBOT HOUSE 1) a) Youngspouse Report b) Oldspouse Report c) Younghusband Report d) Oldhusband Report 2) 3) 4) 5)
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a) get mum and dad okay, the kids are okay b) get the kids okay, mum and dad are okay c) get mum okay, dad and the kids are okay c) get dad okay, mum and the kids are okay SKETCH B 8) SKETCH Talbot House logo Pub Quiz Excursion to Manchester Name of Quiz Group: C) GREAT BRITISH CLASS SURVEY 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Pub Quiz Excursion to Manchester Name of Quiz Group: D) SDE/FC UNITED OF MANCHESTER/FOOTBALL 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) a) Devil c) Raft 7) “One member, … 8) 9) BADGE 10) 11) Matching b) Ship d) Angel D 9) BADGE D 11) MATCHING Find the matching club for each person! Jürgen Klopp Manchester United FC Chelsea London Manchester City FC Liverpool Arsenal London Mesut Özil Bastian Schweinsteiger Kevin De Bruyne Eden Hazard 3.
Programm Exkursion Manchester Fachenglisch „Excursion – Community/Social Work in Northern Manchester” Thursday, 25th February – Sunday, 28th March Manchester Contacts (in case of emergency): Britta Klose [email protected]‐potsdam.de, mobil +49 179 466 7548 Julia Zeyn [email protected]‐potsdam.de, mobil +49 170 445 5775 Flights: Thursday, 25th February, 2016 10.35 – 11.50 am from Berlin Schönefeld Sunday, 28th February, 2016 18.15 – 21.30 pm from Manchester Meeting point and time: Thursday, 25th February 2016, 9 am at entrance to Terminal B, Schönefeld Aiport (see arrow below) Bring along: Boarding pass Identity card Student card Adapter Towel(s) (or rent them at the hostel for £2) optional: camera, Ohropax, sleep mask Luggage: ONE hand baggage (bag or suitcase) per person max. size 56 x 45 x 25 cm including handles and wheels Liquids in cabin baggage The rules: The liquid is in a container with a maximum volume of 100ml All containers must comfortably fit into a transparent, re‐sealable 1 litre plastic bag, measuring no more than 20 x 20cm Each passenger can carry a maximum of 1000ml (e.g. 10 x 100ml) This plastic bag must be removed from the cabin baggage and shown separately to airport security Hostel: Hatters on Hilton Chambers, 15 Hilton St, Manchester (http://hattershostels.com/manchester‐hilton‐chambers/) Included: Continental breakfast 7.30‐10am, Tea and coffee throughout the day Linen Free WiFi 1 ITINERARY Thursday 25th February ARRIVAL 2 pm 3.45 pm 4 pm 8.05 pm Morning 2.45 pm 3‐6 pm 12.15 pm 12.30 pm 3‐5 pm Check‐in at Hostel Meeting at Broadhurst Park (Broadhurst Park, Moston), entrance Presentation/discussion on FC United of Manchester’s community/social work activities Expert: Andy Cheshire (FC United Community and Education Officer) by choice: Football match Manchester United FC vs. FC Midtjylland th
Friday, 26 February (details tba) Visit at Talbot House and/or Miners Community Centre Meeting at Old Trafford stadium (Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester), entrance to museum Educational visit and stadium tour at Old Trafford Saturday, 27th February Meeting at Broadhurst Park (Broadhurst Park, Moston), entrance Supporting programme (Topics: democracy and benefits) by Vinny Thompson Football match FC United of Manchester vs. North Ferriby Utd Sunday, 28th February at free disposal* by choice: National Football Museum (Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Todd St) *luggage can be left in the locked baggage room at the hostel RETURN VOYAGE tba (Transfer to airport from Manchester Piccadilly Station: £4.30) 2 Tips and recommendations: App for MAN public transport: Moovit General information on Manchester http://www.visitmanchester.com/ The centre of Manchester is quite compact. Several pubs, clubs and shopping facilities are in walking distance. Metroshuttle bus service is free of charge, but slow. Money exchange: You should not change money at the airport (bad rates!). Check conditions and fees of your bank to find out the cheapest option! At an ATM don’t choose withdrawal in €, but in £. We’ll disburse the transfer costs from Manchester Airport to Manchester. Do you have any questions or complaints? Laura and Bartek are happy to help you. 3 

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