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Halloween

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A comparison between UK and USA on the worlwide famous festival of Halloween.

A comparison between UK and USA on the worlwide famous festival of Halloween.

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  • 1. HalloweenBy Sarah Vallis
  • 2. Black Cat WitchPumpkin Ghost Bat
  • 3. Spider and Web VampireSkeleton Mummy Coffin
  • 4. UK vs USA Halloween TraditionsSimilarities DifferencesTrick or Treat USA toilet paper houses/UK egg housesWear Costumes USA wear any costume/UK only wear scary costumeWatch Scary Movies USA go to pumpkin farms USA bob for apples
  • 5. The UK focuses more on thehistory of HalloweenIn the USA it’s bigger andmore commercialised.
  • 6. Why do we celebrate Halloween?• Over 2,000 years ago people called the Celts lived in Ireland, the UK and parts of Northern France.• November 1 was their New Years Day. They believed that the night before the New Year (October 31) was a time when the living and the dead came together.• More than 1,000 years ago the Christian church named November 1 All Hallows. This was a special holy day to honour the saints and other people who died for their religion. The night before All Hallows was called Hallows Eve. Later the name was changed to Halloween.• The Europeans of that time also believed that the spirits of the dead would visit the earth on Halloween. They worried that evil spirits would cause problems or hurt them. So on that night people wore costumes that looked like ghosts or other evil creatures.• They thought if they dressed like that, the spirits would think they were also dead and not harm them.
  • 7. Questions• How is Halloween celebrated in the Basque Country?• What costume would you wear for Halloween?• Would you prefer to spend Halloween watching scary movies or trick or treating? Why?• Do you believe in ghosts and witches?
  • 8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKgy6_bMTes&feature=related
  • 9. Thank you!

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