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Lifelong Learning Multirateral School Project. OLAINE SECONDARY SCHOOL No 1 2011, Olaine, Latvia. Life styles in the past and present – traditional family values. By Evita Krevņeva, Veronika Šteņa , Form 8c Olaine Secondary School No1 2011.

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Lifelong learning multirateral school project

LifelongLearningMultirateralSchool Project

OLAINE SECONDARY SCHOOL No 1

2011, Olaine, Latvia


Life styles in the past and present traditional family values

Life styles in the past and present – traditional family values.

By EvitaKrevņeva, Veronika Šteņa, Form 8c

Olaine Secondary School No1

2011


Latvian life style in the past

Latvian life style in the past.


  • In values. the 19th C. families usually were big with more than 5 children.


  • In the country adults worked in values.the fields and woods, bred cattle, sold home-made goods at the street markets.Those who lived in cities worked in factories.






Latvian life style in the present

Latvian life style in the present.





Most common festivals celebrated in our families

  • Christmas, education is obligatory, after that they can go to secondary or vocational school. Later they can go to university.

  • New Year,

  • Easter,

  • summer solstice,

  • 8th March,

  • Mother’s Day

  • birthdays,

  • name days

Mostcommonfestivalscelebratedinourfamilies


Christmas

Christmas.



  • Nowadays a lot of stilts walking. People put on masks and go to other houses. It symbolizes blessing and drives evil spirits away.traditions have come from other countries. For example, gingerbread baking.

  • Block dragging is also one of the most important traditions at Christmas.


New year

  • Nowadays it is a public holiday. At this celebration we drink champagne, eat tangerines, listen to President’s speech and watch salute on TV.

New Year.


Easter

Easter.



Summer solstice

  • At midnight young couples go to the forest and look for blooming fern.

Summer Solstice.


  • The most popular traditions are high jumping over the bonfire, singing jolly songs and dancing.


Free time activities

Free time activities.




Thank you for attention
Thank you for attention! off they try to cook something new and unusual. Some families have picnics. They invite some friends to taste their meals.


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