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Copy of El camino de Santiago

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El camino de Santiago
Andrew Sharpe, español 2
El camino de Santiago
Una peregrinación por España
Facts
180,000 people walked el Camino de Santiago en 2004.
Each year more and more people walk the Camino.
People from all walks of life, and all countries come to complete the pilgrimage.
El camino francés is 800km or 500 miles long.
Pilgrims normally walk between 25-30 km each day. (15-20 miles)
Completing a 500 km pilgrimage takes about 30 days of walking.
Symbols of the camino
La concha de Santiago
El primer día del camino
St. Jean Pied de Port (Francia) a Roncesvalles (España).
Fotos del camino
Fotos
How to survive the Camino...
¡¡Comer bien!!
Accomodations
albergues y hoteles
Brainstorm:
What is a pilgrimage?
¿Por qué peregrinar a Santiago ?
Pilgrimage is a spiritual journey. There is a long tradition of pilgrimage in Christianity, especially prior to the Reformation in medieval Europe.
St. James, of the Bible, is said to be buried in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, making it a major site of pilgrimage for Catholics in the Edad Media.
Nowadays, the Camino can be a religious experience, a vacation, a way to process or disconnect from modern life, or exercise opportunity for those who enjoy hiking.
¿Dónde?
El camino francés es la ruta principal a Santiago.
Another symbol
La flecha amarilla: your directions along the camino
Encima de la montaña... Llovió todo el día.
Cruzando los Pirineos entre Francia y España
Navarra, primer día en España
Pamplona
Navarra
El paisaje es muy bonito.
Los Sanfermines
La Rioja
Las tierras
vinivículas
Castilla y León
La ciudad preciosa de Burgos, España
León
Gaudí - La casa botines
La catedral de Burgos,
España
La puerta de Santa María
La ciudad de
Burgos
La Meseta
La catedral
El Hostal de San Marcos - medieval pilgrim hostel, modern day PARADOR, León. ¡Es de lujo!
La Cruz de Ferro
Bienvenido a Galicia
Más lluvia
Las moñtanas verdes de
Galicia
El albergue en Roncesvalles la primera noche
las camas
El hórreo:
Used for grain storage in the past
la trucha -
trout
typical of Navarra
y los Pirineos
las tapas en
Pamplona
Un dormitorio en el albergue
Hay que lavar la ropa
a mano cada día.
jamón serrano y queso manchego
churros con chocolate
Mi cama está en el suelo.
Pasteles y bizcochos
Más tapas
Un dormitorio en el albergue
El pasaporte del camino
El fin del Camino - llegamos en Santiago de Compostela
Catedral de Santiago de Compostela - donde los huesos de Santiago están enterrados
Con la compostela enfrente de la Catedral de Santiago.
Una estatua de Santiago en la catedral
Pre-test
Cierto o Falso.
1. The Camino de Santiago is a pilgrimage that goes through the country of Argentina.

2. Pilgrimages can be made for a variety of different reasons, including personal, religious, pleasure or spiritual.

3. Pilgrims are required to carry "pasaportes" to be able to check into pilgrim albergues and receive the final certification of completion, known as a Compostela.

4. Santiago is the Spanish name Luke.
Pre-test Answers
Cierto o Falso.
1. The Camino de Santiago is a pilgrimage that goes through the country of Argentina.
Falso, España

2. Pilgrimages can be made for a variety of different reasons, including personal, religious, pleasure or spiritual.
Cierto

3. Pilgrims are required to carry "pasaportes" to be able to check into pilgrim hostels and receive the final certification of completion.
Cierto

4. Santiago is the Spanish name Luke.
Falso, James
Vocabulario importante
la concha - shell
el camino - way, road
una peregrinación - pilgrimage
Santiago - James
el albergue - hostel
la tapa - small bite of food; appetizer
el botafumeiro - incense burner
la catedral - cathedral
la misa - el botafumeiro
The Way
El botafumeiro weighs 80 lbs!
¡Felicidades!
You have completed a virtual field trip of the Camino de Santiago. Now take a post test to see what you've learned about the Camino.
Post-Test
1. Where does the Camino de Santiago Francés begin and end?
2. What are some reasons for completing a pilgrimage?
3. Describe some of the terrain covered on the Camino Francés.
4. What is necessary to carry with you as you walk along the Way to validate your status as a pilgrim?
5. What is the total distance of the Camino francés and how long would it take to cover that distance on foot?
Post- Test answers
1. The camino francés begins in St. Jean Pied de Port France, and ends in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
2. Some reasons include spiritual or religious, to go on vacation, to enjoy Spanish culture, or to go hiking and enjoy a physically demanding vacation.
3. The camino goes through mountains, vineyards, wheat fields, and forests.
4. El pasaporte for pilgrims
5. 800km or 500 miles, about 30 days
La choza:
historical Celtic dwelling of Galicia
Writing activity
Now that you know what a pilgrimage is, write a 8-10 sentence paragraph stating whether you would like to go on a pilgrimage of your own. State your opinion on the idea of a pilgrimage, whether you think it is a positive experience in someone's life, or whether it would be a negative experience. Give reasons and examples for why you would or wouldn't choose to go on a pilgrimage, and state what you'd hope to gain from your choice. You may complete your paragraph in English.
References
Dintaman, A., & Landis D. (2014)
Hiking the camino de santiago.
Retrieved from

http://www.hikingthecamino.com/about/about-the-camino-de-santiago
TN State Standards: 2.1, 2.2, 3.1, 4.2
Activity: Exploration of the Camino de Santiago
http://www.sightsmap.com/#
Follow the link above. Zoom in on the Camino de Santiago, and explore the photos posted of the cities and landscape along the Camino de Santiago. Where do you think the most beautiful part of the camino is? Why?
Comiendo churros con chocolate
El peregrino Señor
Hay varias rutas
del Camino en Europa.
El "camino francés" es la
ruta principal en España.
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