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Carnaval De Brazil


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  • 1. IDENTIFICATION:*Name Of School-Escuela Normal Superior Del Distrito De Barranquilla  
  • 2. Education level -Vocational half  *Grade:-11 Grado E  TEACHER IN TRAINIG:Navarro Montenegro Tibisay  *Advisory Teacher-Lic. Analida Carvajal  
  • 3. Teaching Unit-Watch the images, compare and identify different between our carnival and the carnival of brazil  *Competencies and standards-recognize the different traditions of our city and I can be a member of certain organizations and event in the different festive  
  • 4. Achievements
    -Ensure that small to identify, recognize, differentiate and maintanin the tradition of our city carnaval
    *Methodological process
    Through Bring knowledge of written texts, information
    *Evaluation process
    Participations, test, exhibitions, workshop 
    *Teaching material 
    -card board, bookmarks, Bim video, tv
  • 5. Conceptual Reference
    The Brazilian Carnival is an annual event that takes place forty days before Easter (marking the beginning of Lent). It has some variations with its European counterpart and also differences over the Brazilian territory.Despite the Catholic inspiration. Its European origins date back to a kind of carnival called introitus ("entry" in Latin) and entrudo in Portuguese, which is characterized by the interplay of water thrown from one person to another to purify the body
  • 6. Conceptual Reference
    The entrudo was banned without much success in the mid-nineteenth century, because it was considered violent by the higher social classes (it is said that some people died from infections and other diseases because sometimes threw rotten fruit).In the late nineteenth century, cordões ("links", in Portuguese) were introduced in Rio de Janeiro and consisted of groups of people walking through the streets playing music and dancing. The lambs were the ancestors of modern samba.
  • 7. Conceptual Reference
    The blocos (blocks), another name for cordões are some current popular representations of the Brazilian carnival. They consist of people who dress according to certain themes or carnival held specifically.
    The schools of samba are truly organizations that work all year in order to prepare for the carnival parade.The main celebration takes place in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, where the samba schools, blocos and bands occupy entire neighborhoods.
  • 8. Carnival Of TheBrazil
  • 9. Conceptual Reference
    Some ofthem are:In Rio de Janeiro, Mangueira, Portela, Salgueiro, Beija-Flor, Imperatriz, Império Serrano, Vibrant, União da Ilha, Estacio de Sá, Unidos do Viradouro.In São Paulo: Nene de Vila Matilde, Vai - Vai, Mocidade Alegre Verde e Branco shirt, Rosas de Ouro, Unidos do Peruche, Leandro de Itaquera, X-9 Paulistana, da Barroca Zona Sul.