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Pp ingles (informatica

  1. 1. School plan feasts of the world <br />ID:<br />Normal Superior Del Distrito De Barranquilla<br />Curse:5° of primary<br />Teacher training: Wendy Saenz Franco<br />Advisoryteacher: Analida Carvajal<br /> <br />
  2. 2. Knowledgearea: <br />Theme: feasts of the world.<br />Theme generator: mare feasts in the world made importants.<br />Powers: sede student every feasts is.<br />Performance indicators:<br />· The child understands the text.<br />· Which one are most important feasts in the world made.<br />· Is know that each of the parties.<br />
  3. 3. Methodologicalprocess: <br />Make a statement in which the child can read and understad what you went to convey, for this I make this text situable for the leather at the age of each student. Add images to atract your ettention, and make them understand all this in a didactic.<br />
  4. 4. Evaluetionprocess: <br />· Text interpretation<br />· Participation<br />· Behaviar in class<br />
  5. 5. Didactic material: <br />Feasts of the world<br />In all contries, parties are held to commemorate certain events religius, political, or cultural. Each celebration has its history and its typical features that make it an attrction. For tourists.<br />
  6. 6. Brazil carnaval <br />Place: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Salvador. <br />Date: begis 40 days before eastas.<br />Celebrations: thousand of people each year witness the spectacular paredes take place in major cites the grandeur of the costomes and warm atmosphere make this carnaval the most famous in the world.<br />The blocos, groups of people dressed around the same subject wearing and color are the protagonists of these parties. A rhyhm of samba and percussion parade throught the streets of cates in brazil and make the country a global hub for several days.<br />The festival annually attract tour istsfom all over the world. Has boosted its arotic content, a frew years ago, the intiative to distribute more tan ten million condoms to the audience.<br /> <br />
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  8. 8. Independence dayU.S.<br />Location: united ststes<br />Date: 4 of july<br />Celebration: americansremenber this day the fundation upon which yorcontry was foudad. Proclams the freedom and hald parades and cancets. As a grand finale fireworks are launched. The main protagonist in the events is the national flag<br />
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  10. 10. Thanksgivingday <br />Location: united states<br />Date: fourth thurs day of nobember.<br />Celebration: on thanksgiving day is a major U.S. party. You do´nt have a religious carácter itself, although thank god for the godos purchased.<br />Its celebrate with a family dinner. The typical menú is torkey stuffed with corn, sage and bread, accompanied by craberry sauce, vegetables and mashed potatoes. The desert is usually pumpkin are Apple pie.<br /> <br />
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  12. 12. Chinese new year <br />Place: china<br />Date: not a fixed date, is celebrated on the second new moon ofter Winter sastice. In 2008 took place the 7 february and 26 january 2010.<br />Events: the events bengi on new year´s day ritual homage to the ancestor. Then the gods are worshiped. Then the youger members of the family pay their respects to the elders who are still alive.<br />One of the most popular celebration of chinese new year is the dragon dance and lion. The heads of these animals, according to chinisse tradition, drive away evil. The agile dances of those who go into animals make the show unique.<br /> <br />
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  14. 14. bibliography<br />www.wiki/pedia.com<br />http://imagenesgoogle.com<br />http://www.mamografias.com<br />