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Christmas party Участники мероприятия: ученики 5 класса, учащиеся старших классов Ход мероприятия: Ведущий: Good evening,everyone! And Merry Christmas! We are so glad to see you this evening! We would like to begin tonight with our favourite song “Jingle bells” to put us in the Christmas mood. Please, sing along if you know the words. Дети встают, берутся за руки и поют песню “Jingle Bells”. Ведущий: Christmas is a chance to look into the eyes of people who are near you and say, “I love you with all my heart! I wish your dreams to come true! Be happy!” Dear children and guests! I am delighted to see all of you at our party today. We`ve gathered to have a talk about such beautiful, wonderful and magic holidays as Christmas and New Year. Christmas is a very special time to people all around the world. It`s a time of giving. It`s a time to spend with your family. It`s a time to share your love. As you know, Christmas and New Year are winter holidays. And now I want to introduce you the pupils of the 5-th form, who will recite poems about winter. P1: “Winter” by Dorothy Aldis The streets cars are Like frosted cakes All covered up With cold snowflakes. And anywhere The people go With faces tickled By the snow. P2: “New Year” by Odhen Nash Come, children, gather round my knee; Something is about to be Tonight`s December thirty-first, Something is about to burst. Hark, it`s midnight, children, dear. Dark! Here comes another year. P3: “The best of all” by Alice Very December is the best of all Snowflakes dance, snowflakes fall. People see the New Year in – When December ends, it will begin. P5: “December” by Margaret Wise Brown December comes with white snow And cold winds begin to blow; From the cold and starlit sky; They fall softly in the night, All are still, all are white, P6: “The Runaway Snowman” by Hilda I.Rostron One winter`s day When clouds hung low, I made a snowman In the snow He stayed with me All next day The sun came out He ran away. Ведущий.: Thank you for reciting these poems. Let`s applaud them! Before we continue our party I`d like to ask you some questions, connected with celebrating Christmas and New Year: 1. When do the English celebrate Christmas? (at the night from the 24th to the 25th of December) 2. What happen that night? (Jesus Christ was born that night) 3. What day is known as Old Christmas Eve? (the 5th of January) 4. What are the symbols of Christmas? (holly, ivy and mistletoe) 5. What do holly`s berries symbolize? (Christ`s blood) 6. What does ivy mean? (immortality) 7. What can you say about mistletoe? (You may kiss everyone you like under a mistletoe) 8. What do the English celebrate on the 1st of January? (an official Bank Holiday) 9. When was New Year`s Day declared an official Bank Holiday? (in 1972) 10. When was Gregorian calendar introduced into Britain? (in 1752)/ Ps: Christmas is the most important public holiday in the country. The 24th December is called “Christmas Eve”, the 25th “Christmas Day” and the 26th “Boxing Day”. The 25th and 26th are public holidays. Before the 25th, people send Christmas cards to their relatives. Many families decorate their houses with a Christmas tree. They give presents to family and friends. Children believe that Father Frost or Santa Claus brings the presents. He has a white beard and wears a red suit. The traditional Christmas meal includes turkey and Christmas pudding. People pull crackers after meal. Показывается презентация Quiz: – What is white and made out of snow? (A snowman) – What is the end of Christmas? (The letter S) – Is it better to write a letter to Santa on the table or on the desk? (On the paper) – We dream about them all night before Xmas? (Presents) – We usually put them on, but once a year we hang them for the presents? (Stockings) – In what month do children talk least? (February) Why can’t it rain two days without stopping? (night between them) – What is it that never was, never will be and yet is? (Today) - It is running night and day, but it never runs away? (A clock) .: My dear , do you like Christmas? Учащиеся: Yes, yes we love Christmas. Учащиеся.: But why? Учащиеся: I love Christmas for many things Trees, candles, angel wings, Stars in the heavens, Snow covered hills, Little toy trains, Dolls in their frills. Учащиеся: I love Christmas, ribbons of gold, Familiar carols, so very old. Sweet candy canes, bright red sleds, Little ones tucked snug in their beds. Учащиеся: I love Christmas but most of all I look forward to a neighbour’s call A friendly chat, a cup of tea Love in the home means Christmas to me. : And what does Christmas mean to you? (дети отвечают и появляются их ответы, как рождественская композиция, на елке) 1 : Christmas is a fir-tree. 2: Christmas is Santa Claus. 3: Christmas is a fireplace with stockings. 4: Christmas is a pudding. 5: Christmas is a candle. 6: Christmas is boxes with presents. В конце дети поют “Merry Christmas”

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Christmas party

Участники мероприятия: ученики 5 класса, учащиеся старших классов

Ход мероприятия:

Ведущий: Good evening,everyone! And Merry Christmas!

We are so glad to see you this evening!

We would like to begin tonight with our favourite song “Jingle bells” to put us in the Christmas mood. Please, sing along if you know the words.



Дети встают, берутся за руки и поют песню “Jingle Bells”.



Ведущий: Christmas is a chance to look into the eyes of people who are near you and say, “I love you with all my heart! I wish your dreams to come true! Be happy!”

Dear children and guests! I am delighted to see all of you at our party today. We`ve gathered to have a talk about such beautiful, wonderful and magic holidays as Christmas and New Year. Christmas is a very special time to people all around the world. It`s a time of giving. It`s a time to spend with your family. It`s a time to share your love.



As you know, Christmas and New Year are winter holidays. And now I want to introduce you the pupils of the 5-th form, who will recite poems about winter.



P1: “Winter” by Dorothy Aldis

The streets cars are

Like frosted cakes

All covered up

With cold snowflakes.

And anywhere

The people go

With faces tickled

By the snow.



P2: “New Year” by Odhen Nash

Come, children, gather round my knee;

Something is about to be

Tonight`s December thirty-first,

Something is about to burst.

Hark, it`s midnight, children, dear.

Dark! Here comes another year.





P3: “The best of all” by Alice Very

December is the best of all

Snowflakes dance, snowflakes fall.

People see the New Year in –

When December ends, it will begin.



P5: “December” by Margaret Wise Brown

December comes with white snow

And cold winds begin to blow;

From the cold and starlit sky;

They fall softly in the night,

All are still, all are white,



P6: “The Runaway Snowman” by Hilda I.Rostron

One winter`s day

When clouds hung low,

I made a snowman

In the snow

He stayed with me

All next day

The sun came out

He ran away.



Ведущий.: Thank you for reciting these poems. Let`s applaud them! Before we continue our party I`d like to ask you some questions, connected with celebrating Christmas and New Year:



1. When do the English celebrate Christmas? (at the night from the 24th to the 25th of December)



2. What happen that night? (Jesus Christ was born that night)



3. What day is known as Old Christmas Eve? (the 5th of January)



4. What are the symbols of Christmas? (holly, ivy and mistletoe)



5. What do holly`s berries symbolize? (Christ`s blood)



6. What does ivy mean? (immortality)



7. What can you say about mistletoe? (You may kiss everyone you like under a mistletoe)



8. What do the English celebrate on the 1st of January? (an official Bank Holiday)



9. When was New Year`s Day declared an official Bank Holiday? (in 1972)



10. When was Gregorian calendar introduced into Britain? (in 1752)/

Ps: Christmas is the most important public holiday in the country. The 24th December is called “Christmas Eve”, the 25th “Christmas Day” and the 26th “Boxing Day”. The 25th and 26th are public holidays. Before the 25th, people send Christmas cards to their relatives. Many families decorate their houses with a Christmas tree. They give presents to family and friends. Children believe that Father Frost or Santa Claus brings the presents. He has a white beard and wears a red suit. The traditional Christmas meal includes turkey and Christmas pudding. People pull crackers after meal.

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Quiz:

– What is white and made out of snow? (A snowman)

– What is the end of Christmas? (The letter S)

– Is it better to write a letter to Santa on the table or on the desk? (On the paper)

– We dream about them all night before Xmas? (Presents)

– We usually put them on, but once a year we hang them for the presents? (Stockings)

– In what month do children talk least? (February)

Why can’t it rain two days without stopping? (night between them)

– What is it that never was, never will be and yet is? (Today)

- It is running night and day, but it never runs away? (A clock)

.: My dear , do you like Christmas?

Учащиеся: Yes, yes we love Christmas.

Учащиеся.: But why?

Учащиеся: I love Christmas for many things

Trees, candles, angel wings,

Stars in the heavens,

Snow covered hills,

Little toy trains,

Dolls in their frills.

Учащиеся:

I love Christmas, ribbons of gold,

Familiar carols, so very old.

Sweet candy canes, bright red sleds,

Little ones tucked snug in their beds.

Учащиеся:

I love Christmas but most of all

I look forward to a neighbour’s call

A friendly chat, a cup of tea

Love in the home means Christmas to me.

: And what does Christmas mean to you?

(дети отвечают и появляются их ответы, как рождественская композиция, на елке)

1 : Christmas is a fir-tree.

2: Christmas is Santa Claus.

3: Christmas is a fireplace with stockings.

4: Christmas is a pudding.

5: Christmas is a candle.

6: Christmas is boxes with presents.





В конце дети поют “Merry Christmas”






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