Día De Muertos / Day of the Dead for Teens
In this class, students will learn about the Día De Muertos / Día de Los Muertos / Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico and learn Spanish words relating to the holiday. We’ll also discuss the customs and food. Great for Hispanic Heritage month!
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Students will learn age-appropriate and interesting facts about the Mexican Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos) holiday and how it is celebrated in Mexico and the United States. The teacher, who is of Chicana / Mexican heritage, will explain common misconceptions of this holiday. We will finish off the class with a Kahoot! review. Students are encouraged to participate in discussions about the holiday. The class will be conducted in English with some Spanish words related to the content. The...
Students will learn age-appropriate and interesting facts about the Mexican Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos) holiday and its impact.
Miss Sara is of Mexican heritage and will provide an authentic class related to this important Mexican holiday.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Please be advised that the subjects of death, grieving, and spirituality will be mentioned in the class. This class will be taught in a secular manner.
Sara Youngbar, M. Ed
⭐ Latina Teacher ~ Representation Matters! ⭐
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
115 total reviews
134 completed classes
**Please Note - effective March 2022, the class minimum will be set to 2 students.** **Please review my Class Rules/Expectations, No Show Policy, Transfer Policy down below** ¡Hola! Hello! My name is Sara Youngbar. I taught in a public school...