DAY OF THE DEAD

Teacher: Héctor González
Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is celebrated in
Mexico between October 31st and November 2nd.
It is a holiday in which families remember and honor
their deceased loved ones.

Lauro Aguirre´s coworkers in the Altar
Though it may sound gloomy or morbid, it's not.
It's a festive and colorful holiday
It's a festive and colorful holiday
La catrina

Juan Guadalupe posada
Celebrating and learning the day of the dead, a mexican
tradition
Families visit cemeteries, decorate the graves and
spend time there

in the presence of their deceased friends and
family ...
In Prehispanic times
the dead were buried
close to family homes
sometimes in a tomb underneath the house
and there was great emphasis on maintaining ties
with deceased ancestors
who were believed to continue to exist on a
different plane
With the arrival of the
Spaniards and
Catholicism, All Souls'
and All Saints' Day
practices were
incorporated into
Prehisp...
The belief behind Day
of the Dead practices
is that spirits return
to the Earth for one
day of the year to be
with their f...
It is said that the spirits of
babies and children who
have died (called angelitos,
"little angels") arrive on
October 31s...
They spend an entire day with their families and
then leave. Adults come the following day.
Students learning about “Altars to Honor the Deceased”
6th graders students
Teachers are reading and giving to them an explanation about «The
dead of the dead».
Mr. Guerrero the principal of this school monitoring the
video and behavior ot students.
The tecnitican and teacher in red participating
in the activities.
HAVE A NICE DAY!
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  1. 1. DAY OF THE DEAD Teacher: Héctor González
  2. 2. Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is celebrated in Mexico between October 31st and November 2nd.
  3. 3. It is a holiday in which families remember and honor their deceased loved ones. Lauro Aguirre´s coworkers in the Altar
  4. 4. Though it may sound gloomy or morbid, it's not.
  5. 5. It's a festive and colorful holiday
  6. 6. It's a festive and colorful holiday
  7. 7. La catrina Juan Guadalupe posada
  8. 8. Celebrating and learning the day of the dead, a mexican tradition
  9. 9. Families visit cemeteries, decorate the graves and spend time there in the presence of their deceased friends and family members.
  10. 10. In Prehispanic times the dead were buried close to family homes
  11. 11. sometimes in a tomb underneath the house
  12. 12. and there was great emphasis on maintaining ties with deceased ancestors
  13. 13. who were believed to continue to exist on a different plane
  14. 14. With the arrival of the Spaniards and Catholicism, All Souls' and All Saints' Day practices were incorporated into Prehispanic beliefs and customs and the holiday as we know it today came to be celebrated.
  15. 15. The belief behind Day of the Dead practices is that spirits return to the Earth for one day of the year to be with their families.
  16. 16. It is said that the spirits of babies and children who have died (called angelitos, "little angels") arrive on October 31st at midnight
  17. 17. They spend an entire day with their families and then leave. Adults come the following day.
  18. 18. Students learning about “Altars to Honor the Deceased”
  19. 19. 6th graders students
  20. 20. Teachers are reading and giving to them an explanation about «The dead of the dead».
  21. 21. Mr. Guerrero the principal of this school monitoring the video and behavior ot students.
  22. 22. The tecnitican and teacher in red participating in the activities.
  23. 23. HAVE A NICE DAY!
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