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Сценарий урока на тему «Знакомство с традициями празднования Рождества в Великобритании» в 5 классе

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Цель: Познакомить учащихся с традициями празднования Рождества в Великобритании.

Задачи:

- Учить употреблять новую лексику в речи.

- Активизировать лексический и грамматический материал по теме «Подарки», «Цвета», «Животные».

- Развивать умения аудирования, чтения, говорения, письма.

Оборудование: ширма с рождественскими атрибутами, компьютер, экран, мультимедийная установка для презентации «Рождество в Великобритании», магнитофон, аудиозаписи «Jingle Bells», «Silent Night», «We Wish  You a Merry Christmas», цветные шары для конкурса «Кто быстрее украсит ёлку», рождественские открытки, выполненные учащимися заранее, сладкие призы для участников конкурсов, печенье «Чоко-Пай» по количеству учеников и по шоколадной монетке на каждый класс для традиционного «Рождественского пудинга», рождественские головные уборы, выполненные из бумаги, для конкурса «Рождественский головной убор».

Оформление: актовый зал украшен новогодней мишурой, гирляндами, рождественскими открытками и плакатами, флагами англоговорящих стран. По краям сцены стоят две рождественские елки.

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«Сценарий урока на тему «Знакомство с традициями празднования Рождества в Великобритании» в 5 классе»

Сценарий урока на тему «Знакомство с традициями празднования Рождества в Великобритании» в 5 классе

Цель: Познакомить учащихся с традициями празднования Рождества в Великобритании.

Задачи:

- Учить употреблять новую лексику в речи.

- Активизировать лексический и грамматический материал по теме «Подарки», «Цвета», «Животные».

- Развивать умения аудирования, чтения, говорения, письма.

Оборудование: ширма с рождественскими атрибутами, компьютер, экран, мультимедийная установка для презентации «Рождество в Великобритании», магнитофон, аудиозаписи «Jingle Bells», «Silent Night», «We Wish You a Merry Christmas», цветные шары для конкурса «Кто быстрее украсит ёлку», рождественские открытки, выполненные учащимися заранее, сладкие призы для участников конкурсов, печенье «Чоко-Пай» по количеству учеников и по шоколадной монетке на каждый класс для традиционного «Рождественского пудинга», рождественские головные уборы, выполненные из бумаги, для конкурса «Рождественский головной убор».

Оформление: актовый зал украшен новогодней мишурой, гирляндами, рождественскими открытками и плакатами, флагами англоговорящих стран. По краям сцены стоят две рождественские елки.

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Good afternoon, dear boys and girls! Good afternoon and welcome to our guests!

Welcome to our Christmas party!

Welcome to our party! Today we are going to tell you about some traditions in Great Britain.

In England Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December. There are many traditions and symbols that we associate with Christmas.

Jesus Christ was born over 2000 years ago in Palestine, in Bethlehem.

The bells ring in Great Britain on the 25th of December. In some churches in the UK, it is traditional for the largest bell in the church to be rung four times in the hour before midnight all the bells are rung in celebration.

On Christmas Eve (the 24th of December) some people go to a special church service called Midnight Mass which starts at midnight.

A carol is a Christmas song. In England they say that carol singing is as important as Christmas dinner: it isn’t Christmas without carols.

Carol singers collect money for charity; one of the most well-known carols is « Silent Night».

The girls sing the Christmas carol.

Today you have nice paper hats on. You have made them with your parents. Now please show us your hats and the judges will choose the best one.

The music is playing and children are demonstrating their Christmas hats. They are rewarded with prizes.

Houses and apartments are cleaned very carefully before Christmas. On the door of every house there is a green garland of holly and above the door there are lots of coloured lights.

A popular present in December is a Santa’s cap and glasses with a big red nose and a little lamp inside. Having received this wonderful adornment people put them immediately. It’s very funny indeed to see a smartly-dressed man in hat or with a walking stick wearing clown’s spectacles with a nose.

What is the name of the capital of Great Britain?

Children answer the question.

Yes, you are right. It is London.

On the Christmas Eve offices and public buildings are closed at one o’clock, but the shops stay open late. Most big cities , especially London, are decorated with coloured lights across the street and enormous Christmas trees. The train stations, trains and buses are crowded with people travelling from all parts of the country to be at home for Christmas.

In the homes there is a great sense of expectation. Children and adults decorate the trees with tinsel, various baubles and coloured lights as well. So the first tradition is the Christmas tree.

Decorating of Christmas trees with coloured baubles.

There are two teams in the competition. There are two Christmas trees and two boxes with coloured balls in front of you. Your task is to choose the right ball quickly and hang it on your tree. What colours do you know?

Children name the colours in English. The teams decorate their Christmas trees.

Your team knows the colours very well. Take your presents, please. Go to your places. Thank you.

Demonstrating a Christmas stocking.

The next tradition is the Christmas stocking. A Christmas stocking is not a real stocking. It is big and beautifully decorated.

Young children are told that Father Christmas will give them presents if they have been good. Before going to bed on Christmas Eve the children hang their stockings on the end of their beds, for Father Christmas to put the presents in when he comes down the chimney in the middle of the night.

And what would you like to have in your stockings?

And what about you?

And you, Nikita? What present would you like to have?

The boy is reciting the poem «Dear Santa Claus» by A.Carr

Writing letters to Santa Claus has been a Christmas tradition for children for many years. There are some ideas about where Santa Claus lives. One of the legends associated with Santa says that he lives in the far north. Santa Claus lives with his wife Mrs. Claus, a countless number of magical elves and eight or nine flying reindeers0.

Santa’s official Post Office is situated in Rovaniemi at the Arctic Circle. You can also write a letter to Santa Claus. Here is the address. We think Santa Claus will make your wishes come true.

Pantomime «The Wonderful Spell»

A pantomime (or «Panto» for short) is a traditional British Christmas play and chance for people to go to the theatre. It is a children’s entertainment show in the theatre based on traditional children’s stories such as Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. Men dress up as women and women as men. Pantomime is now a popular family entertainment. The audience has to work almost as hard as the performers. Adults and children join in songs, assist in tricks or warm the hero with «He’s behind you! » and cheer them on!

Questions to the audience after the pantomime:

-Did you like our pantomime?

-What were the main characters of the pantomime?

-What was the story about?

Christmas Dinner.

The typical meal consists of turkey with potatoes and other vegetables, followed by a Christmas pudding. Christmas (or Plum) pudding is the traditional end to the British Christmas dinner.

Putting a silver coin in the pudding is another age-old custom that is said to bring luck to the person that finds it. In the UK the coin traditionally used was silver ‘six pence’. The closest coin to that now is a five pence piece.

We have a surprise for you. Here are some biscuits with a lucky coin inside one of them. We invite the pupil who has found the coin to come up here. Let’s wish them a Merry Christmas and sing a Christmas song «Jingle bells».

The custom of sending Christmas cards was started in the UK in 1843 by Sir Henry Cole. He was a Government worker who was very interested in the new Public Post Office. Sir Henry and his friend John Horsley who was an artist, designed the first card and sold the cards for 1 shilling each.

The first cards usually had pictures of the Nativity scene on them. A Robin (an English bird) and snow-scenes became popular because the postmen in that time were nicknamed `Robin Postmen` because of the red uniforms they wore. In the 1910s and 1920s homemade cards became popular.

Congratulate each other, your teachers and guests with this wonderful holiday.

Children give their homemade cards to guests.

Now, let`s remember the Christmas symbols. What are they?

Children name the symbols of Christmas.

We wish you a Merry Christmas!

Let`s sing a song “We wish you a Merry Christmas” together.

Silent Night

Silent night, Holy night.

All is calm, all is bright.

Round you Virgin, Mother and Child,

Holy infant, so tender and mild.

Sleep in heavenly peace,

Sleep in heavenly peace.

Silent night, Holy night.

Shepherds quake at the sight.

Glories stream from Heaven affair

Heavenly hosts sing Hallelujah.

Christ the Savior is born,

Christ the Savior is born.



Dear Santa Claus

Dear Santa Claus, do you suppose

That you could send to me,

Two trains with tracks this Christmas

Eve

If i`m as good as I can be?



You see, dear Mr. Santa Claus,

My daddy likes to play

With all my things, but most of all

He likes the track to lay.



Dear Santa Claus, if you can send

Two trains, why don`t you see,

My dad can play with his own train,

And leave my train for me!



Jingle Bells

Dashing thro` the snow,

In a one-horse open sleigh.

O`er the field we go,

Laughing all the way.

Bells on bobtail ring

Making spirits bright

What fun it is to ride and sing

A sleighing song tonight!



Jingle bells, jingle bells

Jingle all the way!

Oh, what fun it is to ride

In a one-horse open sleigh,



We wish you a Merry Christmas

We wish you a Merry Christmas!

We wish you a Merry Christmas!

We wish you a Merry Christmas

And a Happy New Year!






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Предмет: Английский язык

Категория: Мероприятия

Целевая аудитория: 5 класс

Автор: Митрова Алла Владимировна

Дата: 02.01.2016

Номер свидетельства: 271651

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