HALLOWEEN
THE NIGHT OF SPIRITS
Manuel Jesús Hermosín Mojeda
HALLOWEENORIGINS
 Halloween has ancient Celtic origins.
 It is related to a harvest festival.
 On the Celtic calendar S...
HALLOWEENORIGINS
 Druids (the Celtic priests), practised religious
rituals and magic on Samhain.
 They also predicted th...
HALLOWEENORIGINS
 The Celts believed that ghosts came out their
tombs on the night of 31st October.
 They wanted to frig...
HALLOWEENORIGINS
 After the Roman invasion Samhain became
into a harvest festival.
 Some ancient rituals continue till n...
HALLOWEENnow
 Halloween now is an exciting event in the
United States and in Great Britain.
 Every American Calendar has...
HALLOWEENnow
 Halloween now has became into a happy
celebration, specially for children.
 There are a lot of icons for t...
HALLOWEENnow
WITCH SKELETON
GHOST
BLACK CAT
BAT WITCH HAT CAULDRON SPIDER
PUMPKINSWEETS
TRICK
OR
TREAT
POSTCARDS
SCARY
TAL...
HALLOWEENnow
 Children trick or treating.
HALLOWEENnow
HALLOWEENnow
 Halloween party.
HALLOWEENnow
JACK O’LANTERN
HALLOWEENnow
 People in scary fancy dresses.
Esta presentación corresponde
a la Asignatura de Inglés / 6º EP
Huelva / Octubre MMX
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This is a presentation to show some cultural aspects about Halloween to students from the 3rd Cycle of Primary Education or the 1st course of Secondary Education.

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  1. 1. HALLOWEEN THE NIGHT OF SPIRITS Manuel Jesús Hermosín Mojeda
  2. 2. HALLOWEENORIGINS  Halloween has ancient Celtic origins.  It is related to a harvest festival.  On the Celtic calendar Samhain was the last day of summer.  Samhain was the last day of year.  Samhain was the 31st October.
  3. 3. HALLOWEENORIGINS  Druids (the Celtic priests), practised religious rituals and magic on Samhain.  They also predicted the future.  On this day the Celts made big fires and dressed in scary costumes.
  4. 4. HALLOWEENORIGINS  The Celts believed that ghosts came out their tombs on the night of 31st October.  They wanted to frighten the evil spirits dressing up as skeletons, ghosts or witches.
  5. 5. HALLOWEENORIGINS  After the Roman invasion Samhain became into a harvest festival.  Some ancient rituals continue till now.
  6. 6. HALLOWEENnow  Halloween now is an exciting event in the United States and in Great Britain.  Every American Calendar has Halloween marked on it.
  7. 7. HALLOWEENnow  Halloween now has became into a happy celebration, specially for children.  There are a lot of icons for this celebration.  People like to dress up in scary costumes.
  8. 8. HALLOWEENnow WITCH SKELETON GHOST BLACK CAT BAT WITCH HAT CAULDRON SPIDER PUMPKINSWEETS TRICK OR TREAT POSTCARDS SCARY TALES
  9. 9. HALLOWEENnow  Children trick or treating.
  10. 10. HALLOWEENnow
  11. 11. HALLOWEENnow  Halloween party.
  12. 12. HALLOWEENnow JACK O’LANTERN
  13. 13. HALLOWEENnow  People in scary fancy dresses.
  14. 14. Esta presentación corresponde a la Asignatura de Inglés / 6º EP Huelva / Octubre MMX
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