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Сценарий для постановки выступления на тему "Предрассудки в море"

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«Сценарий для постановки выступления на тему "Предрассудки в море"»

5 класс English Party


The Beatles “Yellow Submarine”

Действие происходит на корабле. Ссорятся юнги. Остальные занимаются своими делами. Капитан смотрит в трубу. Старый моряк курит трубку в стороне.

Тема ссоры – цвет лодки… Красят в зелёный, а другой юнга объясняет, почему нельзя в зелёный, приходят к общему решению – покрасить в жёлтый

- Hey, what are you doing?

- I’m painting the submarine.

- The colour green is not a sailor’s friend. As for the yellow, it means the feeling of lightheartedness.

The other tells: Yes, we’re optimistic and hopeful. Ok, I’ll paint it yellow! (Красит, достаёт банан, начинает есть.) By the way, I DO LOVE bananas, yellow is my favourite colour)

The other tells about superstition which is connected with bananas.

  • You shouldn’t eat bananas on board. They bring bad luck!

Подходит старый моряк и показывает на shipgirls.

  • Look at them! There shouldn’t be girls on board. They bring bad luck!!!! (Ворчит)

The captain: These girls are my nieces. All of your superstitions are stupid!

Voice-over: HELP! H –E- E- E- E- L-P!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The old sailor: Off with your superstitions!!!!!!!!!! Man overboard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Все смотрят вдаль, кидают спасательный круг.

Someone says: Never let a priest onboard………

  • It’s not a priest. He is Batman!!!!!!!!!!!! – Эффект неожиданности))))))

  • Batman: Hello, my friends! Let’s live together!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And let’s have fun! (Давайте жить дружно и весело!)

The captain says: Hunky Dory – everything is good and well!!!! Lets sing!!!

Достают музыкальные инструменты и кастрюли и ложки-поварёжки))))

Sing a song.

In the town where I was born
Lived a man who sailed to sea
And he told us of his life
In the land of submarines
So we sailed up to the sun
'Til we found a sea of green
And we lived beneath the waves
In our yellow submarine

We all live in a yellow submarine
Yellow submarine, yellow submarine
We all live in a yellow submarine
Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

And our friends are all aboard
Many more of them live next door
And the band begins to play

We all live in a yellow submarine
Yellow submarine, yellow submarine
We all live in a yellow submarine
Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

До этого момента. Музыка уходит плавно. Дети берутся за руки. Один топает ногой – ПОКЛОН!!!!!


Never take bananas on boats, they bring bad luck! This common superstitions is thought to originate from many sources. The most common is the peel, known for being slippery, but it’s unlikely this is where the superstition comes from. It’s believed that in the 1700s many cargo ships carrying the tropical fruit, would often disappear at sea, hence the origin of its bad luck. The fact that it spoils easily, emitting toxic gases and that it attracts insects are all reasons why it’s likely that the common banana is verboten on board.


The colour green

From painting a boat the colour of grass to having anything of that hue on board, even little specks on ropes, the colour green is not a sailor’s friend. The association is likely to be with land, in fact seamen thought painting a vessel green would ensure it’d run aground.


Women on board

Without a doubt the most misogynistic of all sailing superstitions. Women were thought to be a temptation to sailors, so having them on board was not an option. Their presence would anger the seas, making them rough and dangerous. However, perhaps as a little reminder of their wives left behind, wooden figurines of naked or half naked women were absolutely fine. Often found on boats and they were thought to calm the seas.


Whistling on board

Whistling on a boat is bad form. It’s believed that it will change the wind and even upset the seas.


Egg shells

According to legend witches would hop on an egg shell found in the sea, sail on it and step aboard the unlucky vessel that had discarded it. So to avoid this, egg shells were broken into tiny pieces so the witches couldn’t use them as boats.

Red heads

Poor red heads – they’ve been considered unlucky in many cultures. Sailors believed the only way to stop the curse if they met one before setting sail was to speak to them first. But why is that? It’s likely to be because red is a receding gene, making red heads less common than blondes and brunettes. Also the colour red has long been associated with a fiery nature, temptation and of course, the devil.


Passing a salt receptacle to a fellow seaman was regarded as highly unlucky. The reason for it is because spilling salt is considered unlucky, and not just on boats. This is probably because salt was a valuable commodity and to spill it was a great waste.The saying ‘pass salt, pass sorrow’ summarises this quite well.

Never let a priest onboard

They wear black, another unlucky colour as it reminded sailors of the dark depths of the sea, and they conduct funerals. They have no business on boats! Or so seamen believed.

Rats leaving a ship

Rats are thought to be able to sense disaster, so if rodents were seen abandoning a ship, it was thought that the craft was going to sink.

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Предмет: Английский язык

Категория: Мероприятия

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Сценарий для постановки выступления на тему "Предрассудки в море"

Автор: Зубарева Елена Евгеньевна

Дата: 30.10.2019

Номер свидетельства: 524937

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