Guidelines. You may work with . ONE. other person. Project holidays/celebrations are given away on a first come first served basis. We will spend two days in the lab researching . You will need to produce a PowerPoint/Poster, as well as present your information to the class. ID: 670030
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Hispanic/Spanish Holiday Research ProjectSlide2
You may work with
Project holidays/celebrations are given away on a first come first served basis
We will spend two days in the lab researching
You will need to produce a PowerPoint/Poster, as well as present your information to the classSlide3
The history of the celebration
What is the celebration in honor of?
Where do they celebrate?
When did the first celebration take place?
How is the holiday celebrated?
What are the rituals of the celebration?
What foods/drinks do they serve?
How do they dress?
How do they decorate?Slide5
Significance in the Hispanic culture
Why is this holiday so important to Hispanics/the Spanish?Slide6
Compare & Contrast across cultures
Do other cultures celebrate this holiday?
Or a similar holiday?
How does their celebration differ?Slide7
You should be able to find LOTS of interesting information specific to your topic that is not covered in the items previously discussed.Slide8
Title and Name
Multiple Slides for each topic
Rituals, food, dress, decorations
Comparisons & Contrasts
Heading on each slide
NO FULL SENTENCES
LOTS AND LOTS
Captions on all pictures
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(Feast before Lent)
Santa (Holy/Easter week)
La Fiesta de San
(Running of the Bulls)
(Day of the dead)
los Santos (All Saint’s Day)
Las Posadas (The Inns celebration)
Nuevo (New Year’s Day)
Reyes (3 Kings Day)
de Mayo (Battle of Puebla)
(Feast of Candles)
de los Santos
(April Fool’s Day)
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