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8. Конкурс английской песни (все классы)




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Help!

Help! I need somebody.

Help! Not just anybody.

Help! You know I need someone

Help!

When I was younger,



So much younger than today,

I never needed anybody’s help in any way.

But now these days are gone

I’m not so self-assured,

Now I find I’ve changed my mind,

And opened up the doors.

Help me if you can,

I’m feeling down

And I do appreciate you being round.

Help me get my feet back on the ground.

Won’t you please, please help me.

And now my life has changed in

Oh so many ways,

My independence seems to vanish in the haze

But every now and then I feel so insecure.

I know that I just need you like

I’ve never done before.

Help me if you can,

I’m feeling down

And I do appreciate you being round

Help me get my feet back on the ground

Won’t you please, please help me.

When I was younger,

So much younger than today,

I never needed anybody’s help in any way.

But now these days are gone

I’m not so self-assured,

Now I find I’ve changed my mind,

And opened up the doors.

Help me if you can,

I’m feeling down

And I do appreciate you being round.

Help me get my feel back on the ground.

Won’t you please, please help me.

Help me!

Help me!


9. Конкурс газет

(для всех классов)

Наряду с газетами учащихся можно сделать газету с наиболее значимыми датами в истории Великобритании.



Dates in British History

43-408


Period of Roman Rule

832-60


Scots and Picts unite under Kenneth Macalpin to form what is to become the kingdom of Scotia

871-99


Reign of Saxon king Alfred of Wessex, “the Great”, who forces Viking invaders out of Wessex and resists futher in vasion.

1066


Norman Conquest of England following William the Conqueror’s victory at the Battle of Hastings

1215


King John signs Magna Carta, to protect feudal rights against royal abuse

1236


The term Parliament is used officially for the first time to describe the gathering of feudal barons and representatives of counties headed by the King.

1348-1349

Black Death (bubonic plague) wipes out a third of England’s population

Among the 61 clauses of Magna Carta, the charter of liberties set out by king John, were the definition of feudal rights between king and barons and the opening of the law courts to free men.


1381

Peasants’ Revolt in England, its immediate cause three poll taxes.

1455-1485

Wars of the Roses – name later given to political and dynastic troubles, involving claims of houses of Lancaster and York to English Crown.

1534-1540

English Reformation: Henry VIII establishes the Church of England

1555

Muscovy company – forerunner of other joint-stock companies – founded to promote English trade with Russia.



1558-1603

Reign of Elizabeth I – successful and competent

1590-1613

Plays of Shakespeare written

1649

Execution of Charles I – demanded by army leaders and radicals after the King’s defeat during the civil wars between Crown and Parliament.



1679

Habeas Corpus Amendment Act greatly improves the means by which a person may establish a right to liberty, for example by securing release from unjust imprisonment.

1694

Bank of England founded



1775-1783

American War of Independence – Britain loses American colonies

1760-1830

Industrial Revolution

1825

Stockton to Darlington railway built



1831

Michael Faraday discovers magneto-electricity

1776

Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, written at Kirkcaldy in Scotland and a fundamental work in the history of economics, advocates free trade, division of labour and minimal government interference.



1803-1815

Britain involved in continental conflict to contain Napoleon’s expansionism.

1801

First census in England and Wales – a census has been held every ten years since, except in 1941.



1807

Slave trade to British colonies abolished

1829

Catholic emancipation gives civil rights to Catholics in Britain.



1832

First Reform Act extends right to vote to men in certain economic categories and abolishes many rotten boroughs in England and Wales.

1833

Britain abolishes slavery in all its colonies.



1837-1901

Reign of Victoria – at its close the British Empire has expanded to almost one-fifth of the world land mass and one-quarter of the world population.

1848

Public Health Act mirrors philanthropic activity to improve sanitary conditions and curb cholera.



1860

London General Omnibus Company carrying 40 million passengers a year reflects improvement in suburban transport.

1883

Bribery and other corrupt practices are made illegal at elections.



1911

Parliament Act restricts powers of House of Lords.

1918

Fourth Reform Act gives vote to men over twenty-one and a substantial measure of suffrage to women over thirty.



1928

All woman over twenty-one win vote.

1940

Battle of Britain, in which RAF Fighter Command prevents Nazi invasion of England during the second world war.



1942

Beveridge Report forms basis for post-war social reconstruction and a comprehensive social security system.

1944

Under Education Act local authorities have to provide secondary education, school-leaving age is raised to fifteen.



1975 and 1986

Sex Discrimination Acts make discrimination between men and women unlawful in employment, education and other spheres.



1976

Race Relations Act makes discrimination unlawful on grounds of colour, race, nationality or ethnic or national origin.



В последний день недели устраивается гала-концерт, где учащиеся показывают наиболее запомнившиеся номера (сказки, сценки, песни, стихи), а также на гала-концерте происходит награждение победителей в разных конкурсах (за лучшую газету, за лучшую инсценировку, за лучшее исполнение песни на английском языке и т.д.).



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