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New Year's Eve

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New Year's Day Holiday
From YouTube, produced by englishclass101.com
In this video, you'll learn all about New Year's Day Holiday in the US and how it's celebrated, from food to decorations, while building your English vocabulary. Join Alisha for a dose of American culture! (02:41)
December 27, 2017 at 08:26 AM
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New Year’s Traditions From Around The World | TODAY
From YouTube, produced by NBC-Today Show
Fun and informational trivia about New Year's Eve around the world! Eating grapes at midnight? Chucking furniture out the window? In a fun trivia game, Matt and Savannah quiz their co-stars about all the different ways different cultures around the w... [more]
December 31, 2016 at 09:10 PM
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New Year's Eve Customs and Traditions for ESL Students
From YouTube, produced by TransparentEnglish
New Year's Eve is celebrated all around the world. Learn some English vocabulary while also learning about the customs and traditions of this holiday. (02:41)
December 27, 2016 at 08:11 PM
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Times Square Ball Drop
From history.com, produced by History Channel
The New Year countdown in Times Square includes the iconic ball drop and attracts millions of people each year. In this video clip, learn more information about how the ball is constructed and how it is a symbol of the New Year. (03:37)
April 19, 2012 at 05:30 PM
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Auld Lang Syne (with lyrics)
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Auld Lang Syne piano and voice with strings (with vocal harmony). Good for teaching New Years theme. (02:35)
January 1, 2013 at 02:14 PM
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History of New Year's Eve
From history.com, produced by History Channel
Ancient Babylonians first celebrated the new year over 4,000 years ago. This video explores the history of this day from cultures around the world. Students would benefit of a map of the various places mentioned in the video to show the diffusion of ... [more]
January 24, 2011 at 09:24 PM
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Ages: 8 - 18
History of New Year's Eve Celebrations
From history.com, produced by History Channel
In a History of the Holidays video, discover the origins of New Years Eve and learn how the celebration did not always take place on the same date; in fact, some cultures celebrated New Years Eve in spring and fall.  This video traces this custom fro... [more]
November 30, 2010 at 06:19 PM
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Ages: 12 - 18
The Origin of Fireworks
From YouTube, produced by History Channel
In this video clip from Modern Marvels, the history of fireworks. Fireworks originated 1,000 years ago in China when chemicals were accidentally mixed together to create an explosive. They thought that fireworks could remove bad spirits. Later, the i... [more]
December 25, 2010 at 12:43 PM
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