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Cтудент: Чернов Илья Александрович Образовательное учреждение: Смоленский колледж телекоммуникаций (филиал) федерального государственного бюджетного образовательного учреждения высшего образования «Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет телекоммуникаций им. Проф. М.А. БончБруевича» Очное отделение Специальность: Программирование в компьютерных сетях 2 курс Руководитель проекта: Преподаватель иностранного языка Эсауленко Елена Анатольевна American traditions Content 1. Introduction 2. American traditions 3. Conclusion Introduction • Each people have traditions, each traditions are celebrated differently. The most important not to forget tradition of the ancestors and to honor them. I will tell about the American traditions. New Year's Day • New Year is a public holiday and is celebrated on January 1 though Americans also begin to celebrate it on December 31. People wear fansy dresses and masks. At midnight they pull off their masks. Martin Luther King Day • This holiday is celebrated on the third Monday in January. • Martin Luther King taught people to use peaceful demonstrations to change laws. • That`s way this day is symbol of peaceful fight of the Afro-American population for the constitutional equality. Presidents' Day • It`s celebrated on the rd 3 Monday of February. • Americans call George Washington “the father of the country”. • He was selected the first president Abraham th Lincoln was the 16 president. He gave Negro slaves freedom. Memorial Day • This day was proclaimed as a public holiday in 1971 by the president Nixon. It is day of memory of all American soldiers who died in all wars. Independence Day • It`s celebrated on the 4th of July. Americans celebrate the independence of the thirteen American colonies from Great Britain and signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. • This holiday is the “birthday of the USA”. • For people it is a day with fireworks and parades. Labor Day • It is celebrated on the first Monday in September honors all working people in the US. • The first parade of labor unions was organized on September 5, 1882 in New York. Twenty thousand workers went on the Broadway . • In 1894 the Congress proclaimed this holiday state. Columbus Day • The Second Monday of October is Columbus Day. • This day is devoted to the Italian seafarer Christopher Columbus who landed in the New World on October 12, 1492. • Official holiday this day became for the fourhundredth anniversary of opening by Columbus of America. Veterans' Day • It was day of veterans of World War I which was celebrated on November 11 – day when war in 1918 ended. • The veterans carry out parades. • There is a moment of silence at 11:00. Thanksgiving Day • It is celebrated on the 4th Thursday in November. • On this day Americans remember Indians who helped the Pilgrims by teaching them how to hunt and farm . • They give thanks for their food, country , families. Christmas Day • Return home for Christmas – one of the main American traditions. • Irrespective of where Americans are other part of year, they seek to arrive home and to meet the relatives and friends for Christmas. Easter • It is celebrated on a Sunday between March 22nd and April 25th. • In America in the first day of Easter children wake up and find candies which were left by it by the Easter Rabbit in the baskets. • Children hunt eggs in all territory around the house. St . Valentine ' s Day • Though St. Valentine's Day not the official holiday, most of Americans celebrate it. • Americans of all age like to send and receive Valentine's Day cards. Valentine's Day cards can be heart-shaped, or have hearts, a love symbol. Often soft toys, generally bears, candies, jewelry are put to Valentine's Day cards. Halloween • October 31st is Halloween. • Halloween - a holiday mainly for children. The great number of the children dressed in suits knock at the doors to neighbors and when the door opens, " trick or treat" shout. The treat is usually a candy and tricks are rarely done. • A symbol of Halloween is the jack-o-lantern. It is made of a pumpkin. St . Patrick ' s Day • It is celebrated on March 17th. • The St. Patrick's Day in the United States is celebrated by millions of people isn't dependent on that, they are Irish or not. • This day all decorate in green color, people put on in clothes of green color. Conclusion American traditions one of the most interesting and unusual. I would like to appear there and to experience the same emotions as the people of America. WERPAGES ALLENG.Ru: Всем,кто учится [Электронный ресурс]. –СПб., 2006. – Режим доступа: www.url: http://www.alleng.ru/engl-top/570.htm WIKIPEDIA.Org: Свободная энциклопедия [Электронный ресурс]. – США,2001 – Режим доступа: www.url: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culture_of_the_United_States 27.02.2016. FIRST-AMERICANS.SPB.Ru: Первые Американцы [Электронный ресурс]. СПБ., 2006 – Режим доступа: www.url: http://www.firstamericans.spb.ru/obychai-i-tradicii-ssha/ -27.02.2016.