Day of the Dead in Spanish

Layla Kifer

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For the past couple days Mrs. Tierra’s fourth period, Spanish Two have been presenting their own Day of the Dead projects. The students wrote an “Ofrenda,” which is a collection of objects placed on a ritual altar during the annually and traditionally Mexican Dia De Los Muertos celebration, about someone important to them or a famous person who has passed away. They were to include a brief description of their ofrenda in Spanish, and use two pictures of some things the person enjoyed or liked to participate in. They were also supposed to include three details like their favorite food, flowers, unlit candles, and symbolic objects. This was a day that the students respected and enjoyed because they were able to honor someone who they cared about.

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