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La Navidad


Anna Hayes

on 12 December 2012

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Transcript of La Navidad

By: Anna Hayes La Navidad

December 25 Origin Compare The origin of Christmas is when baby Jesus
was born to Mary and Joseph in the inn. Most of them also focus on the three kings who brought the gifts to baby Jesus. Many celebrate this holiday by having people dress up as Mary and Joseph and they reenact the night baby Jesus was born. Bibliography "Christmas in Mexico: Navidad En Mexico, a Mexican Holiday Resource PagebyIndex Page©2011." Christmas in Mexico: Navidad En Mexico, a Mexican Holiday Resource Page : Mexico Culture & Arts. Mexconnect, 2011. Web. 28 Nov. 2012. <http://www.mexconnect.com/articles/3141-christmas-in-mexico-navidad-en-mexico-a-mexican-holiday-resource-page>.

"Feliz Navidad." Feliz Navidad. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Nov. 2012. <http://newspaper.li/feliz-navidad/>.

"History of Christmas in Mexico." History of Christmas in Mexico. Christmascarnivals.com, 2011. Web. 28 Nov. 2012. <http://www.christmascarnivals.com/christmas-history/history-christmas-mexico.html>. Where it it celebrated? It is celebrated in all Spanish-speaking countries World Spanish Speaking Countries. N.d. Photograph. N.p. Bibliography "Hispanic Christmas TraditionsLatin Christmas Traditions." Hispanic Christmas Traditions. N.p., 2012. Web. 29 Nov. 2012. <http://www.hispanic-culture-online.com/hispanic-christmas-traditions.html>.

"Holiday Traditions of Spain "Feliz Navidad"" Holiday Traditions of Spain. MAYACO, n.d. Web. 29 Nov. 2012. <http://www.californiamall.com/holidaytraditions/traditions-spain.htm>. Christmas Turkey with Fresh Black Truffles. N.d. Photograph. N.p. There are many traditions involving La Navidad one of them is las posadas, which is a reenactment of Mary and Joseph's search for a room on the night Jesus was born. Flan! Details, Details..... There are also many types of food like "Turkey with truffles". Their truffles are mushroom-like and they are found underground.
For extra sides they have apple puree, plums, pineapple, oranges, and maraschino cherries.
For a special desert they serve caramel custard.
•1 cup and 1/2 cup sugar
•6 large eggs
•1 14oz can sweetened condensed milk
•2 13 oz cans evaporated milk
•1 teaspoon vanilla
WHY??? Fun Facts Unlike Christmas in America where
we celebrate Santa Claus, they believe
that the Three Kings bring them gifts
instead of Santa. This is caramel custard
or "flan." The celebration first
took place on
December 25th Baby Jesus is
being honored. There is no typical dress
and the decorations are
poinsettias, which are
their Christmas flower and also many other fun decorations. It is important because it is one of
the biggest religious holidays to hispanics. The nativity scene plays a big role in their Christmas traditions and celebrations. Religious reasons are still primarily the focus they celebrate baby Jesus' birth and instead of Santa they believe the three kings from Jesus' birth bring them gifts. Unlike America where it primarily about gifts in Spanish countries it is still religiously reserved and more about family than presents. This holiday is pretty much celebrated everywhere and also in America.
Only America has become more focused on Santa and gifts than the real reason which is Jesus' birth. Jesus' birth is the main reason still in Hispanic countries While in America Christmas celebration ends on Christmas day, in Spanish countries it continues until January 6th, which is three Kings Day. Instead of anticipating Santa on Christmas they anticipate the Three Kings coming on Three Kings Day. Since Santa is not as important in Spanish countries, some countries even tell their children if they're bad Santa Claus will come and take them away. Countries where La Navidad is celebrated Instead of Santa bringing them gifts the Three Kings do on January 6th, Three Kings Day. <---- Flan <---- Three Kings They also don't receive a lot of presents like many do in America. Three Kings--> Santa--> Las Posadas reenactments "Hispanic Culture." - Latin American Culture. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2012. <http://www.explore-hispanic-culture.com/hispanic-culture.html>. "Christmas." Christmas. N.p., n.d. Web. 04 Dec. 2012. <http://www.ctspanish.com/christmas/christmas.htm>. Spanish Page Mucha gente participa en las posadas nunca años.
La Navidad se basa en el nacimiento de la de Jesús.
Muchos niños van a estar esperando a los Reyes Magos.
La familia fue a la tienda a comprar flores de Pascua la noche anterior.
La familia canta canciones de Navidad.
Ellos estaban comprando regalos para su familia.
Iba a la iglesia para una misa de Navidad.
Ella envió una tarjeta de Navidad a sus familiares.
Se comieron el flan de postre para la cena de Navidad.
Los niños participaron en las posadas ayer.
La familia va a hablar con sus familiares en Navidad mañana. There are 9 days of las posadas to represent each month Mary was pregnant.
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