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Skip to Quiz - Spanish Holidays
By: Toshia Hess
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 We can understand what things are
important to Spanish-speakers
 We learn about other cultures’
holidays and the way they’re
celebrated
 We build our Spanish vocabulary
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 You may have heard of or learnt about some of the names of Spanish holidays
 If you need some review, watch this video:
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azzT8IcmQeE
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Vocabulary words that describe what people do
during 6 different Spanish holidays
More information about Spanish culture by
learning about the ways in which they celebrate
various holidays
How to pronounce different Spanish words –
throughout the tutorial, you can click on an icon
that looks like this - - beside a word to hear its
pronunciation
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First, let’s learn about masculine and feminine words
There is a strong distinction
Throughout this tutorial, you will see el, la, las, and los before nouns
Watch this video to help you understand:
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 Watch this video to first learn some general information
about the 6 holidays that will be discussed:
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Cinco de Mayo
(May 5th)
 People celebrate this holiday with:
 cantar: to sing
 bailar: to dance
 comer: to eat
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 el desfile: parade
 beber: to drink
 la ropa de roja, blanca y
verde: clothing of red,
white, and green
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Día de los Muertos
(Day of the Dead)
 People celebrate this holiday with:
 el pan: bread
 el esqueleto: skeleton
 los dulces: sweets
 la caléndula: marigold
 los ataúdes de juguetes: toy
coffins
 el chocolate caliente: hot chocolate
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 la vela: candle
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Semana Santa
(Holy Week)
 People celebrate this holiday with:
 la carriola: carriage
 el sacerdote: priest
 el jinete: horseman
 el poncho: poncho
 Jesús: Jesus
 la procesión: procession
 el caballo: horse
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Carnaval
(Mardi Gras)
 People celebrate this holiday with:
 el disfraz: costume
 la banda: band
 la virgen: the Virgin
 la máscara: mask
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 el bailarín o la bailarina: dancer
 pintar: to paint
 arrojar harina o talco: to throw
flour or talc
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What does ataúdes de juguetes mean in
English?
a) toy coffins
b) marigolds
c) glasses of hot chocolate
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Ataúdes de juguetes does mean toy
coffins in English!
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Hint: Review information on Día de
los Muertos
 When ready, press the back
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Día de los Reyes
(Three Kings Day)
 People celebrate this holiday with:
 el bebe: baby
 la corona: crown
 el regalo: gift
 la sotana: robe
 la decoración: decoration
 actuar las historias: to act out
stories
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La Navidad
(Christmas)
 People celebrate this holiday with:
 rezar: to pray
 la estatua: statue
 el árbol de Navidad: Christmas tree
 la fiesta: party
 la posada: inn
 los parientes: relatives
 la iglesia: church
 “La Noche Buena”: The Good Night
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What is clothing of red, white, and
green in Spanish?
a) las camisas de roja, blanca y verde
b) los pantalones de rojo, blanco y verde
c) la ropa de roja, blanca y verde
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La ropa de roja, blanca y verde does
mean clothing of red, white, and
green in English!
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Hint: Review information on Cinco
de Mayo
 When ready, press the back
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Cinco De Mayo:
 cantar: to sing
 bailar: to dance
 comer: to eat
 el desfile: parade
 beber: to drink
 la ropa de roja, blanca y verde:
clothing of red, white, and green
Semana Santa:
 la carriola: carriage
 el sacerdote: priest
 el jinete: horseman
 el caballo: horse
 el poncho: poncho
 Jesús: Jesus
 la procesión: procession
Día de los Reyes:
 el bebe: baby
 el regalo: gift
 la decoración: decoration
 la corona: crown
 la sotana: rope
 actuar las historias: to act
out the stories
Día de los Muertos:
 el pan: bread
 los dulces: sweets
 los ataúdes de juguetes: toy coffins
 el esqueleto: skeleton
 la calendula: marigold
 el chocolate caliente: hot chocolate
 la vela: candle
Carnaval:
 el disfraz: costume
 la banda: band
 la Vigen: the Virgin
 la máscara: mask
 el bailarín o la bailarina: dancer
 pintar: to paint
 arrojar harina o talco: to throw flour
or talc
La Navidadl:
 rezar: to pray
 el arból de Navidad: Christmas tree
 la posada: inn
 la iglesia: church
 la estatua: statue
 la fiesta: party
 los parientes: relatives
 “La Noche Buena”: The Good Night
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1.) What is the Spanish word for parade?
a) el pan
b) la carriola
c) el desfile
d) la banda
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El desfile does mean parade in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Cinco de Mayo
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2.) What does el caballo mean in English?
a) mouse
b) cat
c) bird
d) horse
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El caballo does mean horse in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Semana Santa
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button to re-try.
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3.) What is the Spanish word for costume?
a) el disfraz
b) el jinete
c) comer
d) el regalo
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El disfraz does mean costume in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Carnaval
 When ready, press the back
button to re-try.
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4.) What does la sotana mean in English?
a) skeleton
b) robe
c) priest
d) gift
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La sotana does mean robe in English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Día de los Reyes
 When ready, press the back
button to re-try.
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5.) What is the Spanish word for sweets?
a) chocolate caliente
b) el poncho
c) los parientes
d) los dulces
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Los dulces does mean sweets in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Día de los Muertos
 When ready, press the back
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6). What does rezar mean in English?
a) to shave
b) to eat
c) to pray
d) to drink
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Rezar does mean to pray in English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
La Navidad
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7.) What is the Spanish word for priest?
a) la estatua
b) el pan
c) el bebe
d) el sacerdote
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El sacerdote does mean priest in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Semana Santa
 When ready, press the back
button to re-try.
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8.) What does el esqueleto mean in English?
a) skeleton
b) decoration
c) skin
d) relative
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El esqueleto does mean skeleton in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Día de los Muertos
 When ready, press the back
button to re-try.
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9.) What is the Spanish word for crown?
a) la carriola
b) la corona
c) la posada
d) talco
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La corona does mean crown in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Día de los Reyes
 When ready, press the back
button to re-try.
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10.) What does la máscara mean in English?
a) marigold
b) gift
c) statue
d) mask
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La máscara does mean mask in
English!
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Hint: Review words associated with
Carnaval
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Cinco de Mayo Pictures:
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Día de los Muertos Pictures:
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Semana Santa Pictures:
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Carnaval Pictures:
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Día de los Reyes Pictures:
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La Navidad Pictures:
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 Target Audience:
*High school students, Spanish as a foreign language, middle-class, rural setting, mostly
White, 1st/ 2nd level Spanish students
 Learning Environment:
* computer lab or computer at home ( 1 computer per student)
* 1 teacher available- if completed at school
* should be viewed alone- one student only
 Necessities:
* internet access
*headphones if necessary
* PowerPoint software
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 Objectives:
* Students will work on their own to learn about vocabulary
words associated with Spanish holidays.
* After completion of the lesson, students will identify which
definition matches a given vocabulary word with 100%
accuracy.
* Students will become more aware of a culture different than
their own after completing this tutorial.
*Students will communicate the correct pronunciation of the
Spanish words after practicing how to using the speaker icon
located beside words throughout the tutorial with at least
80% proficiency.
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References:
[Toshia Hess]
Information from:
Spanish Holidays. (2011). 123TeachMe. Retrieved from:
http://www.123teachme.com/learn_spanish/spanish_holidays
Pictures from:
http://www.travels.com/vacation-ideas/leisure-activities/information-spain-holidays/
http://www.enforex.com/holidays-spain.html
http://growinwatsonville.com/living-in-watsonville/events/cinco-de-mayo
http://rowhousenest.com/2011/05/05/cinco-de-mayo-inspired/
http://www.nowpublic.com/style/cinco-de-mayo-may-5-2009-westside-st-paul-minnesota
http://www.destination360.com/travel/events/cinco-de-mayo/cinco-de-mayo-costumes
http://oclatinolink.ocregister.com/2012/05/03/20-cinco-de-mayo-events-to-check-out-in-orange-county/
http://www.sheknows.com/food-and-recipes/articles/808930/cinco-de-mayo-recipes-fiesta-food-and-drink
http://www.expressentree.com/sanantonio.asp
http://clnet.ucla.edu/cinco.html
http://www.ladayofthedead.com/
http://semanasantaonline.com/
http://fairfieldmirror.com/2012/02/15/fairfields-own-carnaval-de-brasil/
http://dunceacademy.com/1423/the-happy-list/star-smiley-face-download1-2/
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http://nolarta.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epiphany_(holiday)
http://dfinitivo.com/2006/12/3er-festival-navideno-de-la-ciudad-de-mexico/
http://www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/entertaining/partiesevents/cinco_de_mayo_ravago
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