1. Where do people celebrate Saint David’s Day? In Wales, in Ireland or in Scotland. 2. What are the Welsh national symbols? Carrots and daisies, leeks and daffodils or a black cross and a yellow flag.
Read the text and fill in St David’s ID card.
St David is the patron saint of Wales, whose saint's day is celebrated annually on 1st March.
St David (or 'Dewi Sant' in Welsh) was born on the south west coast of Wales [...]. His family was aristocratic. He was educated at a monastery and became a missionary, travelling through Wales and to south west England and Brittany to spread Christianity. [...] David founded a monastery where St Davids stands today. He died in 589 AD and was buried in the grounds of his own monastery.
St David, BBC History.
📍 Places he visited:
⚰️ Date of death:
Site of his grave:
St David travelled to...
Do some research and match each patron saint to the places that celebrate them. Find the odd one out.
Belgium, Spain, etc.
Germany, Alsace, etc.
The odd one is :
Match each sticker to the corresponding object on the picture.
Look at the flags, find out the flag of Saint David and the Welsh flag.
The flag of Saint David: The Welsh flag:
Look at the menu picture, fill in the flashcards with the Welsh equivalent.
Happy: . Saint: . David: . Day: .
Speak Welsh! Read these words, then speak with your classmate using as many Welsh words as possible.
Bore da /boh-reh-dah/: Good morning Prynhawn da /prin-houn dah/: Good afternoon Nos da /nohs dah/: Good night Croeso i Gymru /Croesoh ee Gum-reeh/: Welcome to Wales Diolch /Dee-olch/: Thanks S’mae /shoo-my/: How are you? Da iawn /Dah ee-aw-n/: Very good
Up to you!
A1 Happy Saint David’s Day! A1+ On Saint David’s Day, let’s wear... A2 Dydd gwyl dewi hapus!
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