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  • 1. Festivities in English speaking countries Why do we study this unit ?
  • 2. Festivities to work through the course:
    • SEPTEMBER
      • Geography: English Speaking countries.
      • Location of Canada, EEUU, England, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
    • OCTOBER
      • Halloween (USA)
    • NOVEMBER
      • Bonfire night (UK)
    • DECEMBER
      • Christmas (ENGLAND, AUSTRALIA AND SCOTLAND (reading book))
    • JANUARY
      • Australian day (AUSTRALIA)
    - FEBRUARY Carnival Pancake day (ENGLAND) - MARCH St. Patrick´s day (IRELAND) - APRIL Easter - MAY Cheese rolling (GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND) - JUNE quick revision of festivities summer customes among irish, americans, british, aussies, etc.
  • 3. -Let´s allocate in the world map the countries where people communicate in English.
  • 4.
    • 31st October
    • Originally from the U.S.A. but celebrated
    • in other English
    • speaking
    • countries
    • as well.
    HALLOWEEN
  • 5. 5th November: Bonfire night
  • 6.
    • 25th December
    • What do people do in England?
    • What do people do in Scotland?
    • What do people do in Australia?
    CHRISTMAS
  • 7.
      • 26TH JANUARY
      • Quizz
      • Barnaby bear online reading and questions
      • Jigsaw of a koala
    AUSTRALIA DAY SURF IN AUSTRALIA Australian animals Animal crafts
  • 8.
    • DATE: The day before Lent = 40 days before Easter.
    • See dates
    • Traditions (see videos)
      • Cook pancakes
      • Run funny races
    • Worksheets used in class
      • Reading and questions
      • Ingredients and recipe
    Pancake day
  • 9.
    • 17th March
    • Why is it celebrated?
    • Leprechauns….
    Saint Patricks day in Ireland
  • 10.
            • Easter traditions in England
    April - Easter
  • 11. The famous cheese Cheese rolling competition

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