Unit 3 A Everyday signs and symbols Everyday

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Unit 3 A: Everyday signs and symbols

Unit 3 A: Everyday signs and symbols

Everyday signs and symbols Where might you see these signs? What does each one

Everyday signs and symbols Where might you see these signs? What does each one mean? Unit 3 A

Everyday signs and symbols Where might you see these symbols? What does each one

Everyday signs and symbols Where might you see these symbols? What does each one mean? No entry Put litter in the bin Corrosive (burns skin) Disabled Male / Female toilets No entry No smoking What is the difference between a sign and a symbol? Unit 3 A

Everyday signs and symbols These symbols come from the story of Noah’s Ark. Olive

Everyday signs and symbols These symbols come from the story of Noah’s Ark. Olive branch Dove What do you think these symbols mean? Unit 3 A Rainbow

How do symbols help us remember the past? This is a Passover, or Seder

How do symbols help us remember the past? This is a Passover, or Seder plate. Each type of food is a symbol of something in Jewish history. Sharing the Passover meal helps Jewish people remember these events in their history Unit 3 A

How do symbols help us remember the past? Lamb bone Symbol of sacrifices made

How do symbols help us remember the past? Lamb bone Symbol of sacrifices made in the temple Egg Symbol of springtime Bitter herbs (horseradish) Symbol of the bitterness of slavery Charoset (fruit, nut and spice mix) Symbol of the bricks and mortar the slaves used in their work Greens dipped in salt water Symbol of springtime. Salt water is a symbol of the tears of the slaves. Unit 3 A

Examples of non literal language What do these phrases mean? I’m feeling a bit

Examples of non literal language What do these phrases mean? I’m feeling a bit under the weather It’s raining cats and dogs Keep it under your hat Have you got a frog in your throat? Come on, spill the beans Pull your socks up Don’t let the cat out of the bag Can you think of other phrases with non-literal meanings? Unit 3 A

Using similes When I’m angry, I feel like a balloon that’s about to burst

Using similes When I’m angry, I feel like a balloon that’s about to burst Can you think of similes to describe how you feel when you are: Happy Lonely Afraid Jealous Angry Unit 3 A

Metaphors in religion In the bible, Jesus is described as the light of the

Metaphors in religion In the bible, Jesus is described as the light of the world. John 8: 12 “ I am the light of the world “ What words can you think of which are connected with light? Why do you think that Christian believers call Jesus the “light of the world” ? Unit 3 A

How are symbols used in places of worship Here are some symbols that you

How are symbols used in places of worship Here are some symbols that you may find in a Christian Church. Do you know what each one means? Cross Dove Alpha and Omega Chi-ro Fish Unit 3 A