St. Patrick’s Day
Особенностью предлагаемой игры является:
Использование элементов театрализации (инсценировка стихотворения, песенка леприконов, танец джига)
Интерактивный характер (дети из нескольких групп, изучающие английский язык, становятся ее участниками, а в роли зрителей выступают также учителя и родители.)
Цель: изучение традиций и культуры англоговорящих стран с целью реализации коммуникативной компетенции.
Задачи: - развивать мотивацию к изучению иностранного языка;
- воспитывать способность работать в команде;
- обеспечить реализацию страноведческого аспекта
Действующие лица: ведущий (соведущие), ученики, отвечающие за рекламу, Святой Патрик, лепреконы, участники команды, жюри.
Оборудование: магнитофон, интерактивная доска, распечатанные таблицы для внесения результатов
Декорации: зеленые шары, вывеска с надписью “St. Patrick’s Day”, зеленые флажки, изображения клевера и леприконов.
(Звучит ирландская джига)
Presenter: The person who was to become St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, was born in Wales about AD 387. At the age of 16, he was sold into slavery, became a Christian and adopted the name Patrick. He escaped from slavery after six years and went to Gaul . Much Irish folklore surrounds St. Patrick's Day. (демонстрируется презентация на интерактивной доске).
Co-presenter 1: One traditional icon of the day is the shamrock. And this stems from a more bona fide Irish tale that tells how Patrick used the three-leafed shamrock to explain the Trinity. He used it in his sermons to represent how the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit could all exist as separate elements of the same entity. Legend says that on Easter Sunday St. Patrick plucked a shamrock from the
ground and explained that by its triple leaf and single stem that it represented the blessed Trinity.
Co-presenter 2: By this time his heart was set on devoting himself to the service of God in the sacred ministry. Right up until his death on 17 March 460 A.D. Patrick continued to watch over the churches, which he had founded in all the provinces in Ireland. Patrick traveled extensively, baptizing, confirming, and preaching as well as building churches, schools and monasteries.
St. Patrick: I’m looking over a four leaf clover
That I over-looked before.
One leafe is sunshine, the second is rain,
Third is the rose
That grows in the lane.
No need explaining
The one remaining
Is somebody I adore.
I’m looking over a four leaf clover
That I over-looked before.
(демонстрируется презентация празднования на интерактивной доске, звучит ирландская джига)
Co-presenter 2: It’s a national Irish holiday. Every year on March 17 or the preceding Saturday people have parades. Green is one of the national colours of Ireland and also one of the signs of spring. Green stripes are painted on the streets where the parade will travel. People wear green shirts, ties, hair ribbons and hats. Many Irish bars even serve green beer on that day!
Presenter: Dear friends, we have St. Patrick’s Day Quiz now. (Звучит джига, команды выполняют задания викторины, жюри оценивает работу и объявляет результаты)
St. Patrick’s Day Quiz
When do people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
What does green colour mean?
national colour for Ireland
sign of spring
symbol of parade
What nation does celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
What plant is the symbol of St. Patrick’s Day?
What was St. Patrick famous for?
he was the first Christian
he liked shamrock
What is the capital of Ireland?
The national Irish dance
Co-presenter 3: In Irish mythology, a leprechaun is a type of male elf said to inhabit the island of Ireland. They are a class of "faerie folk" associated in Irish mythology and folklore, as with all faeries, said to have inhabited Ireland before the arrival of the Celts.
Co-presenter 4: They usually take the form of old men who enjoy partaking in mischief. Their trade is that of a cobbler or shoemaker and they are often described as being seen working on a single shoe. They are said to be very rich, having many treasure crocks buried during war-time. According to legend, if anyone keeps an eye fixed upon one, he cannot escape, but the moment the eye is withdrawn he vanishes.(инсценировка стихотворения The Legend of the Leprechaun (An Original Poem by Sheri Amon)).
Leprechaun 1: Oh, the leprechaun, a mysterious fellow,
An Irish fairy he be.
An unfriendly sort who keeps to himself,
A miserly fellow is he.
Leprechaun 2: Making shoes for his living, not a bit does he spend,
Instead stores it all in pot.
At the end of the rainbow his hiding place is,
And to find it will bring you good luck.
Leprechaun 3: If you happen to hear a shoemaker’s hammer,
”T is the sound that a leprechaun makes.
Find him and corner him, he’ll tell you his secret,
If a stare you can maintain.
Leprechaun 4: Look not away for this fairy is tricky,
He’ll attempt to sway your glance.
Gone he will be, look away for a moment,
And you’ll lose your only chance.(звучит джига, леприконы танцуют )
Песенка леприконов – в исполнении учеников 2 класса (на мотив песни “One Little pencil”)
One little, two little, three little penny
Four little, five little, six little penny,
Seven little, eight little, nine little penny,
Ten little penny in your little hand.
Presenter: Dear friends, we have Leprechaun Quiz now. (команды выполняют задания викторины, звучит ирландская музыка, итоги подводятся жюри и объявляются).
1. What kind of creature is a leprechaun?
b) miserly, aloof and unfriendly
c) kind and generous
2. Why did they avoid contact with people?
a) they regard humans as foolish and greedy people
b) they are afraid humans
3. What was the main leprechaun’s profession?
a) they were builders
b) they were shoemakers
c) they made pots
4. Where did they keep their money?
a) in pots
b) in banks
c) in mountains
5. Where does leprechaun hide?
a) in a forest
b) at the end of the rainbow
c) in pots
6. How can you find him?
a) If you hear a shoemaker hummer?
b) If you look for money
c) If you find a four-leaf shamrock
Presenter: Dear friends, we have Limerick Competition now. Limerick is a type of short funny poem with five lines, the first two rhyming with the last, and the third with the fourth. They are very popular in Ireland and Britain and are sometimes are quite rude. Limericks first appeared in 1820 .
Our teams have prepared presentations of Limericks. (Каждая команда показывает свою презентацию лимерика, жюри оценивает работу). Предлагаемые для презентации лимерики:
There was an Old Man of the border,
Who lived in the utmost disorder;
He danced with the Cat ,
And made tea in his Hat,
Which vexed all the folks on the border
There was a young lady of Niger,
Who smiled when she rode on a tiger;
They returned from the ride , with the lady inside,
And a smile on the face of a tiger.
There was a young man of Peru,
Who wanted to ride a kangaroo;
But when he came to the zoo,
There was no kangaroo,
And that saved the young man of Peru.
There was an old man of Hungary,
Who was always thirsty and hungry;
When he came for a visit,
He ate all his friend’s biscuits,
And they finally sent him to Hungary.
There was a wonderful lady of London,
Who always had ten cats around her;
When she went out alone,
She couldn’t find the way home,
And the cats found the lady in London.
Quiz: St. Patrick’s Day
Creative competition: limericks
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