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Сценарий праздника Thanksgiving Day

Цель: приобщить учащихся к культуре англоязычных стран через изучение национальных особенностей праздника День Благодарения в США.


Активизация лексики по теме через участие учащихся в игровой деятельности.

Совершенствование навыков устной речи.

Развитие познавательных интересов и образного мышления учащихся.


Слайды 1-8

Pupil 1:  In the year 1620 a ship named the Mayflower brought 102 English men, women and children to the rocky coast of what is now Massachusetts, one of the 50 states of the United States of America. The ship’s passengers were Puritans – members of a religious sect which was unpopular in Britain because its members wanted to reform the Church of England. They came to America to found a community where they could practice their religion without interference.

Pupil 2: It was late in the year when the Pilgrims landed and founded the colony they called Plymouth. They had only the belongings that they had brought on the small ship. The winter was called, and about half of the Pilgrims died. In the spring with advice and help from the Indians, with whom they lived in peace, the Pilgrims planted corn and other crops and prepared as well as they could for the next winter.

Pupil 1: In October 1621, to celebrate the good harvest, the Pilgrims held a feast which featured, among many other foods, wild turkey, which is native to North America. They called this their day of thanksgiving, held to thank their God for his blessings.

Слайды 9-13

Two Pilgrim children appear on the stage.                 

Narrator: This is a story about the first Thanksgiving.

Jonathan:  Our big feast day is finally here.

Prudence:  Yes. I collected all the spices from the garden yesterday. Today I have time to play.

Jonathan: After I help Father carry wood, I can play too.

Prudence: Today we’ll have a wonderful feast! There will be pies, vegetables, meat, and yummy cranberry sauce.

Jonathan: The weather will be getting cold soon. Hopefully, we will have enough food for this winter.

Prudence: Yes. We have many things to be happy about. I just wish there was a girl for me to play with. I miss my friends back home.

Jonathan: I feel the same way. I wish there was a boy my age around here. I guess we’ll just have to play together.


Two Indian children peek out at them from behind the trees and duck out of sight when Jonathan glances at them.


Jonathan: Prudence! Something is behind the trees!

Prudence: I don’t see anything. Let’s find out!


Narrator: before long, Jonathan and Prudence have gone so far from their home.

Jonathan: We must have lost whatever we were after.

Prudence: That’s not all. I think we are lost, too.

Jonathan: How will we ever find our way home?

Narrator: All of a sudden, an Indian boy and girl appear!

Prudence: Hi!

Shawna: Hi!

Jonathan: We are lost.

Little Eagle: Come.


The Indians show the children the way home and they finally come to the Thanksgiving feast.


Narrator: After walking a mile, they find they are home.

Mother: Where have you been? We were worried about you.

Jonathan: Sorry, Mother.

Prudence: Could Shawna and Little Eagle stay for the feast?

Mother: Yes. Young friends are welcome to stay.

Prudence: This shall be the best Thanksgiving.

Jonathan: We are thankful for this delicious food and that we are safe at home.

Prudence: But we are also very thankful for our new friends.


Слайд 14


Pupil 1: The story of that Pilgrim feast is well-known among Americans. It is told and retold every year to young children in schools as one of the major American holidays approaches. The holiday is called Thanksgiving Day and is now observed on the fourth Thursday of November.


Слайды 15-16


Pupil 2: Today families gather together, usually in a home but sometimes in a restaurant, for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. This always includes some of the foods served at the first Thanksgiving , roast turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie.


Слайд 17


Pupil 1: There are also parades on this day and you can see huge figures of turkeys in the streets as symbols of the holiday.


Слайд 18


Pupil 2:

It is Thanksgiving.
It is Thanksgiving.
Oh, what fun
For everyone.

Friends and family near,
Filled with holiday cheer.
Oh, what fun.
Thanksgiving’s come!

Слайд 19


All the participants sing the song “This is the Way”


This is the way we grind our corn,
Grind our corn, grind our corn.
This is the way we grind our corn,
For Thanksgiving Day.

This is the way we hunt for food,
Hunt for food, hunt for food.
This is the way we hunt for food,
For Thanksgiving Day.

This is the way we catch some fish,
Catch some fish, catch some fish.
This is the way we catch some fish,
For Thanksgiving Day.

This is the way we kneed our bread
Kneed our bread, kneed our bread.
This is the way we kneed our bread,
For Thanksgiving Day.


Pupil 2: Now we are going to have a contest in reciting poems about Thanksgiving. Listen to you friends and decide who of them is the best!


Слайд 20


Thanksgiving Comes But Once A Year


Thanksgiving comes but once a year,

But when it comes it brings good cheer.

For in my storehouse on this day

Are piles of good things hid away.

Each day I’ve worked from early morn

To gather acorns, nuts and corn,

Till now I’ve plenty and to spare

Without a worry or a care.

So light of heart the whole day long,

I’ll sing a glad Thanksgiving song.


Слайд 21


Thanksgiving Time


When all the leaves are off the boughs,

And nuts and apples gathered in,

And cornstalks waiting for the cows,

And  pumpkins safe in barn and bin,

Than Mother says, “My children dear,

The fields are brown, and autumn flies,

Thanksgiving Day is very near,

And we must make thanksgiving pies!”


Слайд 22


Giving Thanks


For the hay and the corn and the wheat that is reaped,

For the labour well done, and the barns that are heaped,

For the sun and the dew and the sweet honeycomb,

For the rose and the song and the harvest brought home

Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!


For the trade and the skill and the wealth in our land,

For the cunning and the strength of the workingman’s hand,

For the good that our artists and poets have taught,

For the friendship that hope and affection have brought

Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!


For the homes that with purest affection are blest,

For the season of plenty and well-deserved rest.

For our country extending from sea unto sea;

The land that is known as the “Land of the Free” –

Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!


Слайд 23


I Am A Big Turkey


I’m a great big turkey
‘Cause I’m well fed.
Watch me spread my feathers.
Watch me bob my head.

When I strut around
I waddle, waddle, waddle.
And when I talk
I “gobble, gobble, gobble”.

I’m a great big turkey
And I’d love to stay.
But Thanksgiving’s coming.
So it’s time to run away!


Слайд 24

Funny Turkey


The turkey is a funny bird.
Its head goes wobble, wobble.
All it knows is just one word
And that is gobble, gobble!

Слайд 25


Turkeys All Around


Turkeys, turkeys all around
On the fence, on the ground.
On the haystack, on the chair.
All around, everywhere.
Turkeys, turkeys all around.
Gobble, gobble what a sound!

Pupil 1: Well, children, who was the best in the competition?

Pupil 2: Some foods are the symbols of Thanksgiving Day. Do you know what they are? Unscramble words!   Слайд 26

Pupil 1: And here is an invitation card. But there are some mistakes in it. Who can find and correct them?   Слайд 27

Pupil 2: And now we want you to listen to Ray Davies Thanksgiving Day. You can also sing together: Come on over, it’s Thanksgiving Day     Слайд 28

Pupil 1: Now look at the greetings for Thanksgiving Day and think whom and what for You can give thanks. (I can thank my mother/friends/teachers etc..)   Слайды 29, 30

Pupils 1, 2: And We thank you for your participation in our party!

Исполнители ролей индейцев в сценке выносят подносы с попкорном и угощают всех участников вечера.

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День Благодарения

Автор: Белякова Ирина Алексеевна

Дата: 04.11.2014

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