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    • THE ORIGINS OF HALLOWEEN
    • When is this festival celebrated? This festival is celebrated in November 1, "All Hollows Day" (or "All Saints Day"), is a Catholic day of observancein honor of saints. But, in the5th century BC, in Celtic Ireland,summer officially ended on October 31.
    • Where does The word "Halloween" come from?The word itself, "Halloween," actually has itsorigins in the Catholic Church. It comes from a contracted corruption of All Hallows Eve.
    • Which are the origins of Halloween? Halloween is also thought to have been influenced by the Christian holy days of All Saints Day (also known as All Hallows, Hallowmas or Hallowtide) on 1 November and All Souls Day on 2 November. They were a time forhonoring the saints and praying for the recently departed who had yet to reach Heaven. All Saints was introduced in the year 609, but was originally celebrated on 13 May. In 835, it was switched to 1 November (the same date as Samhain) at the behest of Pope Gregory IV.[Some have suggested this was due to Celtic influence, while others suggest it was a Germanic idea.
    • HOW did the celtsUSE TO CELEBRATE IT? Halloween was celebrated 3000 years ago by the celts. On 31st october celts celebrated new year’s eve with ‘samhain’, a pagan festivity. the european inmigration to the usa on the xix century, halloween tradition arrived with them. When we talk about halloween, we think about costumes, make over, party, sweets and children, but the real tradition show that before, the festivity was religious and purifier.
    • AND THE ROMANS?Parentalia, the Roman holidaydedicated to honoring dead family,began precisely on the thirteenthday of February and lasted a full ninedays thereafter.These parental days, were not aspooky time for the average Romancitizen. Rather, these were days ofobligation and feasting, quiet andrespectful, introspective, like awake.
    • How do the Anglo-saxon countries celebrate it nowadays? In IRELAND, they do “truck or treat”, with children who ask for sweets or chocolates in their neighbour’s house. They also celebrate parties with costumes and funny games for children and adults too. They eat fruit pies and sweets. In ENGLAND they prefer beet better than pumpkins and they carry it with them to ask for money in their neighbours houses. They celebrate “Guy Fawkes Night” and Halloween the same night. The tradition of “truck or treat” became popular for
    • Are there differences between the English and the American celebrations? IN BRITAIN, Halloween is almost unique to children. And it exploits the culinary side of the festival. Countless filled pastries and sweets are Halloween specials at restaurants. In London there takes place the "Zombie Walk", a parade in which everyone can participate dressed as a Zombie. IN THE UNITED STATES the festival is celebrated the way we all know and which has influenced the way we celebrate this festivity. Everyone dresses up and goes out to the streets, where even parades of undead are held. Children go from door to door with their disguises and sweets shouting "trick or treat”
    • What does "Trickor treat" mean? Trick or Treat, for those of you unaware, is a Halloween custom in both England and the US, where kids go round to peoples houses on Halloween night, dressed in some kind of costume, and challenge the inhabitants with the cry, "Trick or Treat?" The householder then chooses between a trick -- having some kind of practical joke played on them by the kids -- or buys their way out of their predicament with a treat, a sweet or piece of fruit or something of that ilk.
    • How can we make one Jack-o- lantern?
    • 1. The pumpkin should be big enough to carve eyes, nose and a mouth on.2. Find the best side. Turn the pumpkin around to see which area would make the best Jack-o-Lantern face.3. Mark the features on the pumpkin using a pen or pencil.4. Cut the top off: cut a clean circle around the stem and lift off.5. Clean the pumpkin: discard the seeds.6. Cut the face.7. Place a candle inside the pumpkin to create an eerie glow.
    • What is typical to eat during this time?HALLOWEEN CANDY APPLES SOUL CAKES
    • CREDITS THIS POWER POINT PRESENTATION HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND DEVELOPED BY STUDENTS OF 1st BACH STUDYING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: FERNANDO Fernández García MARTA Rodríguez Doce ROCÍO Villarino García MARCOS Álvarez Álvarez OCTAVIO Barrientos Álvarez ANA Fernández García JENNIFER García Barbón