Lessons for Celebrations and Festivals

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  • Shemini Atzeret - Simhat Torah - … festivals o Jewish tradition, especially the emphasis they place upon the family o Torah + Ask the class if they think traditions and celebrations are important. + Why would the Nazis want to destroy Jewish traditions and festivals? + Discuss the mood Rynecki paints into his picture. + Compare Rynecki's painting of Simchat Torah with Goldberg and Levy …
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  • DRAGONS IN CHINESE FOLKTALES AND ART - … Hungry River Dragon," from Stepanchuk, Carol. Red Eggs & Dragon Boats, Celebrating Chinese Festivals. Berkeley, CA: Pacific View Press, 1994. Procedure 1. Motivation … clay and papier-mache. Enrichment A. Students can research how the dragon is portrayed in different festivals, such as the Dragon Boat Festival and the Chinese New Year and create full-sized dragons of their own to have at their festival celebration
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  • Chinese Dragon Puppet - … Parade with a one-of-a-kind Chinese Dragon puppet. Celebrate Chinese New Year, the countrya s literature, or other aspects … culture. See how dragons are depicted in Chinese literature, culture, and festivals. Herea s one way to make a puppet based on … their New Yeara s celebrations and other aspects of Chinese culture. Research the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival, which is also celebrated in cities around …
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  • Write a Festival Invitation - … : Europe and Northern Asia: Adventures in Time and Place Grade 6 book Write a Festival Invitation Connection to North Carolina Edition: Europe and Northern … ' letters on a festive bulletin board. Assessment Idea Have students compare Seville's April Fair to a local celebration or festival. Ask them to name at least one simililarity and one difference. Home Connection Have …
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  • Chinese New Year: Lai-See Envelopes - … Year is the biggest holiday celebrated among Chinese people. It is often referred to as the spring festival because it signals the … lai-see envelopes 1. Students will become familiar with the celebrations and traditions of for Chinese New Year (2004). Chinese New Year … new year; the biggest holiday celebrated among Chinese people; often referred to as the spring festival as it signifies the beginning of …
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  • Caribbean People and their Music - … and people of the region. 2. Students think about music and its relationship to people as a form of expression and celebration. Time: 1 and … for. These become the students' masquerades as they are "celebrations of life and freedom" just like in the Caribbean carnivals. 8. For … festivals, celebrations, and music. Use sites from the resource list. Encourage the students to explore as much as they can about where, what, and
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  • Australia's Religious Diversity - … internet and using the Student Research worksheet report in terms of: origins, history and growth main beliefs and practices sacred places, ceremonies and festivals the number of followers in Australia and worldwide impact on young … . Significant festivals In groups or individually students research significant festivals celebrated by the main Australian religions. Reports could be prepared in advance and presented …
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  • !Escucha! ?Puedes oir los sonidos? Listen! Can You ... - … make the sound bigger and louder. In Mexico, the maraca is used to accompany music and dances during celebrations and holidays, such as Cinco … music as a large part of the celebration? What instruments are used during the music and festivities surrounding this holiday (percussion or rhythm … access Web sites and plan virtual tours of places in the Hispanic world with a focus on music during celebrations and holidays. Research …
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  • Let the Games Begin - … , rights, and responsibilities of citizenship, including avenues of participation. Benchmark Students understand that citizenship includes an awareness of the holidays, celebrations, and symbols of our nation. Students examine what it means to be a good citizen in the classroom, school, home, and community … . The Festival of the Dreaming will start in 1997. It will be a celebration of the world's indigenous cultures and it will …
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  • Community Celebrations (includes BLM What Does It Mean?) - … 37 Standard Indicator Community Celebrations Purpose Students will explain the meaning of community celebrations and traditions. Materials For the teacher: Celebrating Chinese New Year … meaning of Chinese New Year celebrations. B. Local Celebrations 1. Ask students to name celebrations and traditions of your school and community. Suggest examples such as local parades, ball games, or festivals
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