Rite of passage Rite of passage describes the ceremonies or rituals that make important transitions in peoples life: baptism Childrens first step confirmation puberty Coming of age day wedding funeral
The coming of age day A persons transition from childhood to adulthood Be usually associated with the age of maturity (physical, mental or emotional).
The coming of age day in Japan The second Monday of January each year. To congratulate and encourage all those who have reached 20 years old To increase the expanded rights and responsibilities expected of new adults Can now do SDV (Smoke, Drink and Vote)
Women wear furisode, a style of kimono furisodekimono Men also wear hakama (dark kimono). Nowadays they wear formal Western clothes
Coming of age day in South Korea Monday of the third week of May For young men and women turning 19 gaining the freedom to do whatever they want (marry, drink alcohol,smoke, vote,drive,etc) Being acquired responsibility of being an adult in their country receiving three gifts – flowers, perfume and a kiss
Wearing traditional Korean clothing (hanbok)together with accessories:
Boys wear gat( a traditional Korean hat made of bamboo and horsehair)
Girls do their hair in chignon with binyeo ( a Korean traditional ornamental hairpin)
Sweet 16 party in the United States Turning 16 is a big event in a teenager's life. It's a time of discovering the possibilities of independence. Some traditions tied to sweet 16parties: Candle-Lighting Ceremony Shoe Ceremony Tiara Ceremony First Dance (Father-daughter dance)
AB 1. Confirmationa. A male who courts a female. 2. Equilibriumb. The state of being in balance. 3. Fastingc. A religious ceremony recognizing the transition to adulthood. 4. Humiliationd. The state of being alone. 5. Infectede. The lowering of the pride or dignity of a person. 6. Isolationf. Characteristic of a tribe or group having a common ancestor or leader. 7. Navelg. The condition of being diseased with a germ or virus. 8. Ordealh. The location on the body where the umbilical cord was attached to the fetus; the belly button 9. Suitori. An extremely difficult experience, usually involving physical and/or emotional stress or pain. 10. Tribalj. Eating no food for a specific period of time. 1 - c2 -b3 - g4 - e5 - g6 - d7 - h8 - i9 - a10 - f Vocabulary Preview
Childhood Ceremony Sweet 16 Adulthood TEENAGER The people who are in the age of Question 2 Adolescence Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 The time from birth to puberty The time from birth to puberty Question 1 A time of moving between childhood and adulthood This is a name of an important ceremony for teen girls in America - A formal public/religious event -Synonym : celebration We call mature stage of human life is….?