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1 Pensamientos: Actividad de reviso Escriba las palabras de vocabulario para el siguente: Escriba las palabras de vocabulario para el siguente: To be ready 3. To take a shower4. 5. To put on makeup6. To brush one’s teeth

2 Pensamientos: Actividad de reviso Escriba las palabras de vocabulario para el siguente: Escriba las palabras de vocabulario para el siguente: 1. pasar la aspiradora2. Estar listo 3. ducharse4. Cortar el c é sped 5. Maquillarse 6. Lavarse los dientes Ponerse el maquillaje

3 Investigaciones de La Navidad Investigue con su grupo CINCO informaciones sobre como celebra Navidad la gente en el pa ís que escoji ó. Research with your group FIVE pieces of infromation about how people celebrate Christmas in the country you chose. Escriba todo en el letrero y p ó ngalo en la pared en el sal ó n. Write everything on a poster/butcher paper and put in on the wall somewhere in the room.

4 Camino de arte de La Navidad Escriba las informaciones sobre su pa í s a un lado del “ Venn Diagram.” Write the information about your country in one side of the Venn Diagram. Escriba las informaciones del otro pa í s al otro lado del “Venn Diagram. ” Write five pieces of information about another country’s Christmas in the other side. Al fin, escriba a lo menos DOS maneras en que celebran lo mismo. At the end, write at least TWO ways the countries celebrate the same way.

5 La Navidad en México (Christmas in Mexico) ©MFL Sunderland 2006

6 Variety of activities that span the period from December 16th to January 6th. Variety of activities that span the period from December 16th to January 6th. The celebration are the fusion of indigenous and Spanish traditions. The celebration are the fusion of indigenous and Spanish traditions.

7 LAS POSADAS

8 fiestas, which represent Joseph and Mary's arduous pilgrimage on their way to Bethlehem, and there are nine posadas, from the 16 to the 24 of December, because they symbolize Mary's nine months of pregnancy fiestas, which represent Joseph and Mary's arduous pilgrimage on their way to Bethlehem, and there are nine posadas, from the 16 to the 24 of December, because they symbolize Mary's nine months of pregnancy

9 LA PIÑATA A tradition that involves breaking a star shaped papier- mâché container full of sweets, Mandarins, and small toys A tradition that involves breaking a star shaped papier- mâché container full of sweets, Mandarins, and small toys A stick is used, and the piñata is hung on a cord, which in turn is moved around to make it difficult for the person with the stick A stick is used, and the piñata is hung on a cord, which in turn is moved around to make it difficult for the person with the stick

10 You will hear the parents and children singing special Piñata songs including a verse which says: You will hear the parents and children singing special Piñata songs including a verse which says: “no quiero oro ni quiero plata yo lo que quiero es romper la piñata” (“ I don’t need gold, nor do I desire silver All that I want is to break the piñata!” ) * * * * * * * "¡Dale, dale, dale, no pierdas el tino, porque si lo pierdes, pierdes el camino, Una, dos, tres!" Una, dos, tres!" ("Strike it, Strike it, Strike it, don't lose your aim, don't lose your aim, because if you lose it, you won't find your way! One, two, three!" )

11 PASTORELAS The Pastorelas in Mexico starts as simple parables of the struggle of good against evil. The light, humor-filled pastorelas are reenactments of the shepherds' adoration of the Christ Child The Pastorelas in Mexico starts as simple parables of the struggle of good against evil. The light, humor-filled pastorelas are reenactments of the shepherds' adoration of the Christ Child

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13 NACIMIENTO Nativity Crèche

14 NACIMIENTO Nativity scenes in wood, clay, metal, glass, wax, straw and almost any material you can think of, are another rich expression of popular art Nativity scenes in wood, clay, metal, glass, wax, straw and almost any material you can think of, are another rich expression of popular art

15 FLOR DE NOCHE BUENA (Poinsettias) native to Mexico native to Mexico In Náhuatl they were called Cuitlaxochitl or star flowers In Náhuatl they were called Cuitlaxochitl or star flowers in Spanish they are known as Noche Buena in Spanish they are known as Noche Buena

16 NOCHE BUENA 24th December 24th December Celebration of a late-night Misa de Gallo (Rooster's Mass) Celebration of a late-night Misa de Gallo (Rooster's Mass) Modern influences have introduced the Christmas tree and Santa Claus Modern influences have introduced the Christmas tree and Santa Claus Opening of gifts Opening of gifts Piñatas and luces de Belen (sparklers) Piñatas and luces de Belen (sparklers) Traditional Christmas supper Traditional Christmas supper

17 homemade tamales homemade tamales atole (corn gruel) atole (corn gruel) other regional dishes other regional dishes roast turkey, ham or suckling pig roast turkey, ham or suckling pig Romeritos (a herb) in Mole (a spicy chocolate sauce) with shrimps and potatoes Romeritos (a herb) in Mole (a spicy chocolate sauce) with shrimps and potatoes Bacalao - cod served a la vizcaina, a Basque dish. Bacalao - cod served a la vizcaina, a Basque dish. traditional dessert is colación, a mixture of candies in syrup. traditional dessert is colación, a mixture of candies in syrup. Ponche (a hot fruit punch) Ponche (a hot fruit punch) sidra (sparkling cider) other spirits are served for the holiday brindis (toast). sidra (sparkling cider) other spirits are served for the holiday brindis (toast). COMIDA

18 NAVIDAD (Christmas day) A large reunion A large reunion Mean meal around three o’clock in the afternoon, what it is known as “recalentado”, because the Christmas meal is reheated from the previous night Mean meal around three o’clock in the afternoon, what it is known as “recalentado”, because the Christmas meal is reheated from the previous night

19 AÑO NUEVO 31st December - 1st January 31st December - 1st January Big party, is ushered in with an abundance of noise, of wonderful fireworks and hundreds of skyrockets. Big party, is ushered in with an abundance of noise, of wonderful fireworks and hundreds of skyrockets. Friends and families celebrate with huge bonfires, music, food and dancing Friends and families celebrate with huge bonfires, music, food and dancing Custom: 12 grapes at midnight, each one on the strike of the bell, for good luck in each one of the following twelve months Custom: 12 grapes at midnight, each one on the strike of the bell, for good luck in each one of the following twelve months family toasts with apple cider and start to eat (supper is the same as the Christmas) family toasts with apple cider and start to eat (supper is the same as the Christmas)

20 DIA DE REYES 6th January 6th January Twelfth Night, Epiphany, Three Kings Day, January 6th Twelfth Night, Epiphany, Three Kings Day, January 6th The tradition in Mexico for Dia de Reyes, Kings Day, is for children to leave their shoes outside the door so they can be filled with gifts from the Magi (Three Kings: Melchior, Gaspar and Baltazar), commemorating the gifts carried by the them to the Christ Child The tradition in Mexico for Dia de Reyes, Kings Day, is for children to leave their shoes outside the door so they can be filled with gifts from the Magi (Three Kings: Melchior, Gaspar and Baltazar), commemorating the gifts carried by the them to the Christ Child Eating the traditional: “Rosca de Reyes” Eating the traditional: “Rosca de Reyes”

21 Special bread made for the occasion in the form of a crown, decorated with dried fruits and hiding in its midst one or several little dolls Special bread made for the occasion in the form of a crown, decorated with dried fruits and hiding in its midst one or several little dolls The guest who finds the doll (representing the infant Jesus) in their slice of Rosca give a party on February 2nd, Candelaria, with tamales and atole for all. The guest who finds the doll (representing the infant Jesus) in their slice of Rosca give a party on February 2nd, Candelaria, with tamales and atole for all.

22 DECORATION

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24 ¿Qu é tienen en com ú n? What do they have in common? La Nochebuena Los Reyes Magos Catholicism: Misa de Gallo Nacimiento, pesebre Ni ñ o Jes ú s, Pap á Noel, Los Reyes Magos Reuni ó n de familia Verano anguinaldos

25 Personal “a” (p á gina 181) Direct object = __________________________________ If the direct object is a person, use the word __________ in front of the noun. Ejemplos: Visito _______ mis t ío s en Guatemala todos los veranos. Cuando estoy con ellos, siempre visitamos las ruinas mayas.

26 Personal “a” (p á gina 181) Direct object = noun affected by the verb If the direct object is a person, use the word __________ in front of the noun. Ejemplos: Visito _______ mis t ío s en Guatemala todos los veranos. Cuando estoy con ellos, siempre visitamos las ruinas mayas.

27 Personal “a” (p á gina 181) Direct object = noun affected by the verb If the direct object is a person, use the word a in front of the noun. Ejemplos: Visito _______ mis t ío s en Guatemala todos los veranos. Cuando estoy con ellos, siempre visitamos las ruinas mayas.

28 Personal “a” (p á gina 181) Direct object = noun affected by the verb If the direct object is a person, use the word a in front of the noun. Ejemplos: Visito a mis t ío s en Guatemala todos los veranos. Cuando estoy con ellos, siempre visitamos las ruinas mayas.

29 Actividad 23 p á gina 181 Respuestas a 2. nada 3. a 4. a 5. a 6. nada

30 Preparaci ó n para una fiesta de Navidad Create a conversation between Lupita and Pepe in which Lupita says five chores she and Pepe need to do, and Pepe responds with five ways he is going to get ready or plans to get ready. Ejemplo: LupitaPepe Tenemos que limpiar ¡ Qu é l á stima! Pienso el ba ñ o. ducharme.


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