Презентация на тему: " День Благодарения Проект представила учитель Баскаковской МСОШ Гагаринского района Смоленской области Трофимова Елена Владимировна." — Транскрипт:
День Благодарения Проект представила учитель Баскаковской МСОШ Гагаринского района Смоленской области Трофимова Елена Владимировна
On September 6th, the Pilgrims, 102 men, women, and children, left England on а small ship, the Mayflower. The Pilgrims Once upon a time in the land of England, there lived a small group of people called Pilgrims. The Pilgrims were unhappy, because the King of England would not let them worship God in their own way.
Signing the Mayflower Compact by Edward Percy Moran After anchoring inside the tip of Cape Cod The Mayflower Compact The Mayflower Compact (in Provincetown harbor) The Mayflower Compact, "the first plan for a self-determining government in America", was drawn up and signed by 41 men aboard the Mayflower on November 11th, 1620 (O.S.).The Mayflower Compact
Plymouth Rock On December 11th (O.S.), they landed at Plymouth where there was some cleared land, a stream with clear pure water, and a high hill that could be fortifiedPlymouth American people say that out of this small village grew а big country - the United States of America.
Indians cam е as friends and helped the white men very much. The Pilgrims, under the Indians direction, caught fish and used them as fertilizer in planting corn, pumpkins, and beans. They hunted and fished for food.
Thanksgiving Day The "first Thanksgiving", three days of prayer and feasting, was celebrated by the Plymouth colonists in 1621 (somewhere between Sept.21 and Nov.9) to give thanks for their first harvest and for surviving the first terrible Massachusetts winter.
Thanksgiving feast The feast lasted three days. The Pilgrims and Indians ate outdoors at large tables and competed together in tests of skill and strength. The feast probably consisted of the following items: Seethed [boiled] Lobster Roasted Goose Boiled Turkey Fricase of Coney Pudding of Indian Corn Meal with dried Whortleberries Seethed Cod Roasted Duck Stewed Pumpkin Roasted Venison with Mustard Sauce Savory Pudding of Hominy Fruit and Holland Cheese
Thanksgiving feast Turkey is the traditional dish for the Thanksgiving feast. In the US, about 280 million turkeys are sold for the Thanksgiving celebrations. There is no official reason or declaration for the use of turkey. They just happened to be the most plentiful meat available at the time of the first Thanksgiving in 1621, starting the tradition.
The national Thanksgiving public holiday Thanksgiving remained a custom unsanctified by law until President Roosevelt signed a bill on 26 November 1941 that established the fourth Thursday in November as the national Thanksgiving public holiday
The traditional dinner Thanksgiving D ау is real1y America's harvest festival. Special church services are held о n Thanksgiving morning. The traditional dinner is big, with man у kinds of food - the same food that the puritans had centuries ago. Usually Thanksgiving D ау is the day for а family meeting. Aunts, uncles and cousins gather round the dinner table to take part in the celebration.