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8. Конкурс английской песни (все классы)




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Ход мероприятия Ведущий (1): Здравствуйте, друзья! Ведущая (2): Hello, friends! 1: Поздравляем вас! В этом году вы начали изучать английский язык и, наверное, уже знаете несколько слов на английском языке. Какие английские слова вы знаете 2: Знание иностранного языка является очень важным в нашей жизни. Английский язык является одним из самых распространенных языков в мире! 1: Мы же хотим сегодня с вами немного попутешествовать по стране, в которой английский язык – это родной язык. 2: Можно даже сказать, что эта страна является родиной английского языка. Эта страна называется: 1 и 2 (вместе): Англия. 1: Итак, начнем. 2: Let’s start. (на доске висит карта Великобритании) К доске выходит ученик в мантии и в шапочке с кисточкой. Ведущие представляют ученика, говорят, что такие шапочки и мантии получают выпускники английских школ и университетов. Ученик, вышедший к доске, рассказывает о географическом положении Великобритании: – Великобритания – это очень большой остров, который входит в состав Британских островов (The British Isles). Официальное название государства Соединенное Королевство Великобритании и Северной Ирландии. В состав Великобритании входит несколько стран: Англия, Шотландия, Северная Ирландия и Уэльс. Каждая страна имеет свою столицу, т.е. самый главный город страны. В Англии – самый главный город – Лондон (London). В Шотландии – столица Эдинбург (Edinburgh). В Уэльсе – Кардиф (Cardiff). В Ирландии – Белфаст (Belfast). Каждая страна имеет также свой символ: В Англии – это роза (the rose). В Ирландии – это трилистник (the shamrock). В Шотландии – чертополох (the thistle). В Уэльсе – нарцисс (the daffodil). Ведущий (1): Спасибо большое за интересный рассказ. Thank you very much. Ведущая (2): А давай проверим, что запомнили ребята из этого сообщения. Ну-ка, расскажите, что вы узнали о Великобритании. 1: Давайте прогуляемся по Лондону и познакомимся с его основными достопримечательностями. (На доске – картинки по теме «Лондон» и флаг Англии) 2: Вот один из символов Соединенного Королевства – флаг. Англичане называют его the Union Jack. А можете ли Вы назвать по-английски цвета этого флага (red, white, blue). 1: Если государство называется королевством – значит там правит король 2: Сейчас послушаем наших гостей и все узнаем. (Выходят несколько учеников). 1 ученик: Англия относится к государствам, где еще сохранились короли, королевы, принцы и принцессы. Елизавета II является королевой Англии уже на протяжении многих лет. 2 ученик: Однако, власть королевы не безгранична. Парламент осуществляет правление государством. Парламент – это место, где министры и прочие высокопоставленные чиновники принимают законы. Английский Парламент (The House of Parliament) расположен на берегу реки Темзы. На башне здания Парламента расположены известные на весь мир часы (Big Ben). 3 ученик: А вот один из дворцов, где живет английская королева – Букингемский дворец. Во дворце 600 комнат. Около 700 человек следят за порядком во дворце. 4 ученик: Одним из самых старых и страшных мест Лондона является Лондонский Тауэр. Раньше это была и крепость, и дворец. Но свою страшную славу Тауэр приобрел как самая ужасная тюрьма в Лондоне. На протяжении многих веков там побывали в заключении тысячи людей: это были и опасные преступники, и заговорщики, а также принцы, принцессы, короли и королевы. Как правило, узников Тауэра ждала смертная казнь. Существует множество легенд, что и по сей день в Тауэре обитают привидения. Сейчас Тауэр является музеем и главной достопримечательностью Лондона. Сотни туристов приезжают каждый год, чтобы полюбоваться сокровищами, которые находятся в Палате драгоценностей в Тауэре (в ней выставляются драгоценности, которые королева надевает во время официальных церемоний, в том числе и королевская корона). А в Белой Башне (The White Tower) находится богатейшая коллекция оружия. 5 ученик: Здесь можно увидеть средневековую камеру пыток. Так как на протяжении многих веков в Тауэре казнили людей, то там с незапамятных времен живут вороны. Сейчас уже, конечно, в Тауэре нет смертников, но вороны живут там и по сей день. За ними ухаживают специальные работники Тауэра. Так как существует легенда: Тауэр стоит, пока там живут вороны, а пока стоит Тауэр, будет стоять и Англия. 6 ученик: А это здание с остроконечными башнями – Вестминстерское аббатство. Это одна из главных церквей Англии. Именно здесь коронуются английские короли и королевы. Ведущий (1): Большое спасибо ребятам за небольшую экскурсию по Лондону. Thank you very much. Ведущая (2): Со временем вы познакомитесь поближе не только с этими достопримечательностями, а также со многими другими. Узнаете много нового и интересного об Англии. 1: А знаете ли Вы, что Винни-Пух тоже житель Англии 2: А кто же придумал этого забавного сказочного героя, вы знаете, ребята 1: В Англии также жил писатель Льюс Кэрролл, который написал книгу о приключениях Алисы в Стране Чудес. 2: А также Артур Конан Дойль – автор рассказов о знаменитом сыщике Шерлоке Холмсе. 1: Да, нужно много времени, чтобы перечислить всех известных людей и персонажей, которые жили в Англии. 2: А вы, ребята, может быть, уже знаете английские стихи и песни Расскажите нам, пожалуйста. (Дети рассказывают стихи, поют английские песни). 1: Какие вы молодцы! Ведь вы только недавно начали изучать английский язык, а уже знаете столько песен и стихов. 2: Мы надеемся, что и в дальнейшем вы будете также успешно изучать английский язык, и этот предмет будет одним из самых любимых предметов в школе. 1: Желаем удачи! Good luck! 2: До свидания! Good bye! Здесь приведен лишь примерный сценарий мероприятия. Учитель может спланировать праздник в зависимости от наличия учебного, раздаточного, занимательного материала, а также интересов учащихся. 4. My favorite books (проекты о жизни М.Твена и Ч. Диккенса) (6-8 классы). Учащиеся подготавливают материал об английском и аме-риканском писателях М.Твене и Ч. Диккенсе. Учащимся предлагается написать сочинение на тему “My Favorite Book” (“Is it important to read books” “What book can you advice to read your friends Why”). Каждый класс может подготовить газету “Our Favorite Books”. Например, газеты на тему: “The Life and Literary of Charles Dickens”, “The Life and Literary of Mark Twain”. Газеты могут содержать биографии авторов, портреты известных литературных героев из их произведений, конкурсы и кроссворды по жизни и творчеству этих писателей. Так в газету о Марке Твене можно включить несколько смешных историй из его жизни. – Once Mark Twain was fishing. A stranger came along and asked him, “Any luck How many fish have you caught” “I caught fifteen trout yesterday”, Mark Twain said. “Is that so” said the stranger. “Well, do you know who I am” “No”, said Mark Twain. “Well, I am the fishing inspector of this place and this is the wrong season to caught trout”, answered the stranger. Mark Twain thought a while. Then he said, “By the way, do you know who I am” “No”, replied the fishing inspector. “Well, I am the biggest liar in this place”, said Mark Twain. – Mark Twain often received letters and photos Srom men who had been told that they looked like him. One was from Florida and the man in the photo was so much like Mark Twain that the writer answered him: “My dear sir! I thank you very much for your letter and photo. We are so like each other that I am sure that if you stood before me in a mirror less frame, I could shave by looking at you”. – Mark Twain was a quest of honour at a party which went to listen to an opera. His hostess talked all the time during the performance and greatly irritated the writer. Towards the end of the performance, she turned to him and said “Oh, my dear Mr. Clemens, I want you so much to be with us next Friday evening. I’m certain you will like it – the opera will be “Tosca”, “Charmed I’m sure”, replied Mark Twain. “I’ve never heard you in that”. – Mark Twain, the famous American writer, was traveling in France. Once he was going by train to Dijon. That afternoon he was very tired and wanted to sleep. He therefore asked the conductor to wake him up when they came to Dijon. But first he explained that he was a very heavy sleeper. “I’ll probably protest loudly when you try to wake me up”, he said to the conductor. “But do not take any notice, just put me off the train anyway”. Then Mark Twain went to sleep. Later, when he woke up, it was nighttime and the train was in Paris already. He realized at once that the conductor had forgotten to wake him at Dijon. He ran to the conductor and began to shout at him. “I have never been so angry in all life”, Mark Twain said. The conductor looked at him calmly. “You are not half so angry as the American whom I put off the train at Dijon” he said. – Mark Twain came to a small town to give a lecture on literature. Before dinner he went for a walk and went to a shop to buy something. When the shop-girl saw him she thought he was a man from another place, not from their town. “Are you a stranger” – asked the shop-girl. “Yes”, Mark Twain answered. “This is the first time I’ve been here. I like this town very much. I’ve already seen some interesting things”. “You chose a good time to come”, the shop-girl said. Mark Twain is going to give a lecture. He writes books and gives lectures, you know. So many people like to listen to him. Will you go to his lecture today” “Oh, I hope so”. “Have you bought your ticket” “Not yet”. “That’s too bad, you’ll have to stand”. “I’m very sorry”, Mark Twain said. “I always have to stand when that man lectures”. Books of Mark Twain (the real name of the writer is Samuel Langhorne Clemens) His books The Innocents Adroad Huckleberry Finn Memoirs Letters From the Earth Roughing It A Tramp Abroad Following the Equator The Gilded Age The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Life on the Mississippi The Prince and the Pauper A Connecticut Jankee at King Arthur’s Court Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc Pudd’n head Wilson Tom Sawyer Adroad Tom Sawyer, Detective The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg What is Man The Mysterious Strayer Have you read the book “Life on the Mississippi” What do you know about this river The Mississippi has given material to poets, novelists and song writers. You can read a famous description of the river in the book “Life on the Mississippi” by Mark Twain. The Mississippi River, one of the greatest waterways in the world, is really a milestone in American history. Indian canoes, Spanish vessels, rafts and boats of the early settlers and, later, paddle-wheeled steamboats traveled up and down the Mississippi, exchanging the products of the towns that sprang up along the river banks from North to South. “Old Man River”, as the Mississippi is affectionately known to the millions of people who line along its banks, drains an area which is considered as one of the richest farming regions in the world. The Mississippi was also the stage for the colorful Snowboats, which was a kind of floating theatre which traveled along the river and stopped in several towns to present stage productions. 5. Инсценировка произведений М. Твена и Ч. Диккенса The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Characters The Story-teller Tom Sawyer Aunt Polly (Tom’s Aunt) Joe Harper Huck Finn Tom’s friends Becky Thatcher The teacher and several schoolchildren Scene I Story-teller: Tom Sawyer was a small boy who lived with his Aunt Polly. She was a very kind person and she loved him dearly. But she couldn’t manage Tom properly as he was a very lively boy. He was certainly not the model boy of the village. (The room in Aunt Polly’s house. Aunt Polly is looking for Tom everywhere). Aunt Polly: Tom! Tom! Where is that boy, I wonder Tom, you, Tom! (She takes a broom, pushes her spectacles up then bends down and pushes the broom under the bed). Aunt Polly: Tom! Well, if I get hold of you I’ll beat you. (She goes over to the door and opens it). Aunt Polly: You-u, Tom! (There is a slight noise behind her, she turns and catches Tom). Aunt Polly: There! I might have thought of that cupboard. What have you been doing in there Tom: Nothing. Aunt Polly: Nothing! Look at your hands. And look at you mouth. What is that Tom: I don’t know, Aunt. Aunt Polly: Well, I know. It’s jam – that’s what it is. Forty times I’ve told you that if you don’t let that jam alone, I’ll skin you. Hand me that switch. (Tom does so and then cries out). Tom: Look behind you, Aunt! (The old lady turns round and the boy runs away). Aunt Polly: What is to be done with that boy He is my own dead sister’s boy. Poor thing, and I haven’t got the heart to beat him. Scene II Story-teller: As you see Tom was not the model boy of the village. He did not obey his aunt. He was fond of fighting and running away from school. One day he was late for school as usual. (A classroom. Several pupils are sitting at the desks: the girls on the side of the room, the boys on the other side. The teacher is sitting half asleep at his table. Tom Sawyer walks in quickly and goes to his seat. The noise wakes the teacher up). Teacher: Thomas Sawyer! Tom: Sir! Teacher: Come up here. Now, Sir, why are you late again as usual (At first Tom thinks he will tell lie, but when he sees that no one is sitting on the girl’s side near Becky, he changes his mind). Tom: I stopped to talk with Huckleberry Finn! (The teacher looks at him). Teacher: You – you did what Tom: Stopped to talk with Huckleberry Finn. (All the children, surprised, look at Tom with great interest). Teacher: Thomas Sawyer, this is the most surprising excuse I have ever listened to. The usual punishment for coming late isn’t enough. Take off you jacket. (Tom takes off his jacket, goes up to the teacher, whose arm goes up and down until it is tired). Teacher: Now, sir, go and sit with the girls. Let this be a lesson to you not to be late for school. (Tom goes straight towards Becky and sits down near her. He puts his arms upon the long low desk and begins to learn the lesson. The other pupils soon to their books again and the whispering continues. Now Tom begins to look at Becky, but she turns away from him. When she turns to her book again, she sees a peach in front of her. She pushes it away; Tom gently puts it back. She pushes it away again. Tom return, it to its place. Then he writes on his slate: “Please take it – I’ve got more”. The girl looks at the slate, but makes no sign. Then Tom begins to draw something on his slate). Becky (is curious and whispers): Let me see it. It’s nice. Now make a man. (Tom draws). It’s a beautiful man. Now draw me coming along. (Tom draws). It’s even so nice. I wish I could draw. Tom: It’s easy. I’ll teach you. Becky: Oh, will you When Tom: At noon. Do you go home to dinner Becky: I’ll stay if you will. Tom: Good. What’s your name Becky: Becky Thatcher. What’s yours Oh, I know. It’s Thomas Sawyer. Tom: That’s the name they punish me by. I’m Tom when I am good. You call me Tom, will you Becky: Yes. (Tom begins to write something on the slate, hiding the words from the girl). Becky: Let me see it. Tom: Oh, it isn’t anything. Becky: Yes, it is. Tom: No, it isn’t. You don’t want to see it. Becky: Yes, I do, in deed I do. Please let me. Tom: You’ll tell. Becky: No, I won’t. Tom: You won’t tell anybody at all. Ever, as long as you live Becky: No, I won’t ever tell anybody. Now let me. (She puts her hand upon his. He pretends to resist but lets his hand come away from the slate till these words can be seen: “I love you”). Becky: Oh, you bad thing! (Just at this moment the teacher comes up, takes Tom by his ear and reads him to his own seat). Scene III Tom (to the audience): Becky doesn’t come to school. They say she is ill. I can’t go to see her. I’m so unhappy. Nobody loves me. I’ll run away. Huck will come too. His father doesn’t love him. We’ll go tonight. Tonight we’ll be pirates. Tom Sawyer, the Pirate, the Black Avenger of the Spanish Man. (Tom goes off. The story-teller appears). Story-teller: Tom and his friend Joe Harper are in the woods playing “Robin Hood and His Merry Men”. Tom is Robin Hood. (Tom is sitting under a tree thinking. Suddenly the blast of a trumpet is heard. Tom throws off his jacket, takes up a bow and arrows, a toy sword and a trumpet. He blows an answering blast). Tom: Halt, my merry men! Keep hidden till I blow again. (Joe Harper appears). Tom: Halt! Who comes here into Sherwood Forest without my pass Joe: I am Guy of Gisbourne. I need to pass. And who are you Tom: I am Robin Hood, as you may know. I allow nobody to pass here. Joe (waves his sword): So you are that famous outlaw We’ll soon see who has the right to pass. (They raise their swords, face each other and begin a slow fight which soon becomes faster and faster till they are both hot and breathing hard). Tom (shouts): Fall! Fall! Why don’t you fall Joe: I shan’t! Why don’t you fall yourself You’re more tired than I am. Tom: That doesn’t matter. I can’t fall. The book says: “Then with one backhand blow he killed poor Guy of Gisbourne”. You’ve got to turn round and let me hit you. (Joe turns, receives the blow and falls). Joe (gets up): Now you’ve got to let me kill you. That’ fair. Tom: I can’t do that. It isn’t in the book. Joe: Well, I think that’s mean. Tom: Well, then I can be the Sheriff of Nottingham and can be Robin Hood and kill me. Joe: All right. Story-teller: These and other adventures are carried out, then the boys put on their jackets, hide their trumpets and swords and go home talking. That night Tom runs away with Huckleberry Finn. They are walking through the cemetery when three man appear. The boys are frightened and hide behind some trees. They decide never to tell anyone about what they saw and go home. Tom is very much upset when he hears that the wrong man has been put in prison. On the way to school one day Tom meets Joe Harper. Joe is unhappy because his mother was angry with him. The two boys decide to run away and be pirates. They find Huck Finn and of course he is willing to go with them. They make plans, get food and decide to run away to the uninhabited island which is three miles below St. Petersburg. Scene IV (Joe and Huck are seen waiting. They have fishing rods. Joe has a blanket, a bag of fool and a bucket. Tom enters carrying a bag of food. He gives a low whistle. It is answered. He whistles once more). Joe: Who goes there Tom: Tom Sawyer the Black Avenger of the Spanish Main. Name yourselves. Joe: Joe Harper, the Terror of the Seas. Huck: Huck Finn the Red-Handed. Tom: It’s good. Give the word. Joe and Huck: Blood! (They make a fire and begin to eat). Joe: Isn’t it fun Tom: It’s great. What would the boys say if they could see us Huck: I like it. I don’t want anything better than this. I never get enough to eat at home. Tom: It’s just the life for me. You don’t have to get up early in the morning you don’t have to wash and go to school. You see a pirate doesn’t have to do anything he doesn’t want to. Huck: That’s fine. Tom: I bet there’ve been pirates here before, boys. Let’s explore the island. They’ve hidden treasures somewhere here, I’m sure. (the boys go off). Scene V Story-teller: For three days the boys explored the island, swam and fished in the river. They cooked the fish they caught, and ate the food they had brought round their camp-fire. They slept under the trees, and enjoyed themselves. But it was very quiet in the woods on the island and they began to feel lonely. But they were ashamed of their weakness and not one of them was brave enough to speak his thought. (Three boys are sitting and talking). Joe: Oh, boys, let’s give it up. I want to go home. Tom: Oh, no, Joe, you’ll feel better by and by. Just think of the fishing that’s here. Joe: I don’t care for fishing. I want to go home. Tom: Baby! You want to see your mother. Joe: Yes, I do want to see my mother and you would, too, if you had one. Tom (ironically): Well, we’ll let the baby go home to his mother, won’t we, Huck You like it here, don’t you, Huck We’ll stay, won’t we Huck: Y-e-s. Joe: I’ll never speak to you again as long as I live. Tom: Who cares Nobody wants you to. Go home and get laughed at. Oh, you’re a nice pirate. Huck and I are pirates. We’ll stay, won’t we, Huck Huck: I want to go too, Tom. Let’s go too, Tom. Tom: I won’t! You can both go, if you want to. I mean to stay. Huck: I wish you’d come, Tom. We’ll wait for you when we get to the shore. Tom: Well, you’ll wait a long time, that’s all. (Joe and Huck stand up to go away, but don’t leave the stage). Tom: Wait! Wait! I want to tell you something. Wait. (Tom comes up to Joe and Huck). Tom: I have a good idea. Let’s give everybody a surprise, a fine surprise. Joe: How Tom: We’ll stay here till Sunday, then when they’re all in church, we’ll go in and sit down in our places as if we’d never been away. Huck: We-ll, we-ll – but I don’t go to church.
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