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    Slide 1: IRELAND

    FESTIVALS Inma Cercadillo Charo Laiz

    Slide 2:IRISH FESTIVALS

    AUTUMN WINTER SPRING SUMMER

    Slide 3:AUTUMN FESTIVALS

    AUTUMN HARVEST FESTIVALS Harvests to town Poteen SAMHAIN OR HALLOWE’EN Celtic New Year (October 31st) Saman (Sham-an) or the Lord of the Dead Animal skins / Cats

    Slide 4:AUTUMN FESTIVALS

    NOVEMBER EVE Sad Fairies dancing with ghost SAINT MARTIN’S DAY Celtic tradition was to kill animals as food Farmers put religious meda;ls in fields

    Slide 5:WINTER FESTIVALS

    CHRISTMAS Santa Claus Christmas Dinner (25th December): Goose or turkey with stuffing, ham, roasted and boiled potatoes, vegetables, Christmas cake or Christmas pudding Mincepie Irish Decoration: Xmas Tree, stocking, wreath, mistletoe, holly, Xmas lights, crackers Midnight mass on Christmas Eve

    Slide 6:WINTER FESTIVALS

    SAINT STEPHEN’S DAY (26th December) National holiday in Ireland The day for “Hunting the Wren” Boys wearing straw masks and dressing in old clothes. “Wren Boys’ song” “Wren Boys’ song” SAINT BRIGID’S DAY (1st February) Considered the first day of Spring Brigid Crosses to honour her Pageants take place at schools and churches with young women carrying green rushes

    Slide 7:SPRING FESTIVALS

    CHALK SUNDAY First Sunday of Lent Unmarried people are marked with a chalk SAINT PATRICK’S DAY March 17th. The symbol is a shamrock Colour parades, brass and pipe bands Special dinner of corned beef and cabbage People wear green clothing, badges, buttons or ribbons, this is the colour associated with the Emerald isle and the shamrock It is also traditional to have a drink of Patrick’s Pot

    Slide 8:SPRING FESTIVALS

    EASTER Begin with cleansings and new clothes. Good Friday is a day of remembrance. After a visit to church, visit graveyards. Easter Sunday : The Big Day Jesus rose from the dead. After the sunrise is a ceremony. It is time for worship in church and then the festivities MAY DAY A folk festival that was celebrated before Christianity. Bushes are decorated with flowers or eggshell, symbols of life May Day in Ireland was called belltaine.

    Slide 9:SUMMER FESTIVALS

    BONFIRE NIGHT Eternal flame of St.. Patrick on the shortest nigh of the year Dancing and storytelling around the fire MIDSUMMER’S EVE Watch out for fairies Your soul leaves your body and visits the place you eventually pass away

    Slide 10:SUMMER FESTIVALS

    MIDSUMMER’S DAY Celtic fire festival, presenting the middle of summer. 24th of June ORANGE DAY PARADE On July 12 people gather to listen to religious and political speeches Is the anniversary of the Battle of Boyne

    Slide 11:SAINT PATRICK’S FESTIVAL, 17th March

    BACKGROUND FIRST CYCLE OF PRIMARY EDUCATION, (8 YEARS OLD) IRISH FESTIVALS COVERED IN OUR SCHOOL DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR IRISH TEACHER VISITS OUR SCHOOL LESSON AIMS TO SHOW INTEREST IN USING WORDS RELATED TO SAINT PATRICK’S FESTIVAL TO KNOW THE TRADITIONS AND CHARACTERS ABOUT SAINT PATRICK’S DAY

    Slide 12:SAINT PATRICK’S FESTIVAL, 17th March

    CONTENTS CONCEPTS FUNCTIONS AND USES OF LANGUAGE TO IDENTIFY WORDS RELATED TO SAINT PATRICK’S DAY VOCABULARY SAINT, SHAMROCK, SNAKE, SHEEP, PIG REVISION: COLOURS, NUMBER AND DATES GRAMMAR WH QUESTIONS. e.g. WHAT COLOUR IS IT? WHAT DAY IS SAINT PATRICK’S FESTIVAL? PHONETICS DISTINGUISH BETWEEN / S/ AND /?/ e.g. SAINT, SNAKE -- SHAMROCK, SHEEP

    Slide 13:SAINT PATRICK’S FESTIVAL, 17th March

    CONTENTS PROCEDURES REPEATING A RHYME LISTENING TO IRISH MUSIC AND A STORY ABOUT SAINT PATRICK PLAYING GAMES CREATING A CRATF ITEM ATTITUDES TO PROMOTE A RESPECTFUL ATTITUDE TOWARDS OTHER CULTURES, TRADITION OR RELIGION ASSESMENT CRITERIA TO GET THE GIST OF SAINT PATRICK’S FESTIVAL