Цель: Формирование и развитие коммуникативной культуры (языковой, речевой и социокультурной компетенций) английского языка.
Практическая: обобщение изученного лексико-грамматического материала, систематизация знаний.
Развивающая: продолжать знакомство с обычаями и традициями англоязычных стран, развивать навыки самостоятельного поиска и подбора информации; развивать память и речевые навыки.
Обучающая: совершенствовать навыки аудирования и устной речи.
Воспитательная: расширять кругозор о стране изучаемого языка, воспитывать уважение к иноязычной культуре.
Участники: учащиеся группы 10класса.
Оформление: рисунки с изображением индейки- символа праздника, рисунки индейцев, название праздника из разноцветных букв, цветы.
Под музыку входят ученики, одетые в костюмы индейцев.
Ladies and gentlemen! I am Chingachguk and these are my people. We are glad to welcome you at this place today.
Входят ученики, одетые в костюмы пилигримов.
We are newcomers. We are from the Old World. We are from New England. We sailed to America on the ship. WE are glad to welcome you.
Участники исполняют песню.
Over the river, and through the woods,
To grandmother’s house we go,
The horse knows the way, to carry the sleigh,
Through the white and drifted snow.
Over the river and through the woods-
Oh, how the wind does blow.
It stings the toes, And bites the nose,
As over the ground we go. Участники рассаживаются.
Выход « президента США». Зачитывает ежегодную речь президента США.
“The historic observance of a day of Thanksgiving at Plymouth, in 1621, was of many occasions on which our ancestors paused to acknowledge their dependence on the mercy and favor of Divine Providence. Today, on this Thanksgiving Day, likewise observed during a season of celebration and harvest, we have added cause for rejoicing: the seeds of democratic thought sown on these shores continue to take root around the world …
Now, there for, I, Barak Obama, president of USA, do hereby call upon the American people to observe Thursday, November 28, as a National day of Thanksgiving and to gather together in homes and places of worship on that day of thanks to affirm by their prayers and their gratitude the many God has bestowed upon us “. Аплодисменты.
Аудирование рассказа о празднике. Учитель. Вопросы по прослушанному тексту.
The first Thanksgiving Day was celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621. They came from England for religious freedom. They sailed from Plymoth, England, on September 16, 1620. Their ship was called “the Mayflower”. They landed at Plymouth Rock, in Massachusetts, on December 26, 1620. The first winter was a terrible time. There was much sickness and starvation. Native Indians taught the Pilgrims how to plant, to fish, to hunt and how to survive in America. The crops did well, and in the fall of 1621 the Pilgrims had a great harvest. They were very thankful and decided to celebrate with a feast. The Pilgrims invited their Indian friends to share this Thanksgiving feast.
Questions; 1. When was the first Thanksgiving Day celebrated?
2. What did the Pilgrims sail from England for?
3. What was the name of the ship?
4. What did the Native Indians teach the Pilgrims?
5. Why did the Pilgrims invite their Indian friends for the feast? Who were the Pilgrims?
Монолог о пилигримах.
The pilgrims are the people who came to America from Europe for religious freedom. And now some words from history in Russian. 7 минут.
Монолог об индейцах.
There were people living in America before the pilgrims arrived. These people were the Native American Indians. The Indians began settling in America about 25.000 years ago. And now some words from history in Russian.7 минут.
7.Песня «Row, row your boat».
8.Рассказ о праздновании этого дня в наше время.
Thanksgiving Day comes on the 4th Thursday in November. It’s a legal holiday celebrated throughout the USA. People of all faiths celebrate this day. They give thanks for the many good things in their lives. This is a family holiday. Families come together from near and far. In some places special religious services are held in the morning. Then comes the traditional feast. Turkey with stuffing is main dish. It is served with sweet potatoes, squashy, cranberry, sauce, and pumpkin pie. Apple cider is the drink of the day. Football is the most popular game on the day. For many schools the Thanksgiving game is the most important one of the year. Usually there are several football games to watch on TV. Macy’s department store holds its annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. Celebrities, floats, bands, and ballons shaped like famous story book and cartoon characters appear in the parade. Santa Claus arrives at the end. His coming marks the beginning of the Christmas.
Stores, classrooms, and homes are decorated with turkeys, pilgrims, Indians, wreaths of dried flowers and vegetables.
9.Традиционное меню Your task is to set a table for a holiday dinner and explain the order of setting..
-Roast turkey with herb flavored bread (жареная индейка и хлеб с привкусом травяных пряностей).
-cranberry jelly (клюквенное желе).
-white mashed potatoes (картофельное пюре).
-pumpkin pie (тыквенный пирог).
-creamed corn (кукуруза со сливками).
-apple cider (яблочный сидр, вино).
-squash (фруктовый напиток).
10.Игра «Меню». (как «Снежный ком»).
I am going to thanksgiving dinner.
I am going to thanksgiving dinner and eat.
I am going to thanksgiving dinner and I am having turkey.
I am going to thanksgiving dinner and I am having turkey and stuffing.
And so on.
11. Action poem “Pilgrim children”
Pilgrim children worked hard all day
Pilgrim children had little time to play.
The first child chopped lots of wood.
The second child helped make the family food.
The third child helped keep the horses fed.
The fourth child made soap and a candle.
The sixth child turned the meat-roasting handle.
Pilgrim children worked hard all day.
Pilgrim children had little time to play.
12. Исполняется песня «Солнечный круг» на трёх языках.
13. Action-game “Five Plump Turkeys”.
This plump turkey spread his tail like a fan.
This plump turkey away he ran.
This plump turkey flew up in a tree.
This plump turkey gobbled at me.
This plump turkey said, «I’ll leave right away,
So the cook can’t find me on Thanksgiving Day”.
14. Стихотворение «Листья». Роберт Фрост.
15. Игра «Цитаты».Quotations.
When corn is ripe, it’s time to reap.
Harvest comes not every day, though it is every year.
It’s better to give than to receive.
Gratitude, thankfulness, compassion, sharing, religion.
А. Когда зерно созрело, время его убирать.
В. Урожай приходит не каждый день, хотя он бывает каждый год.
С. Лучше отдавать, чем получать.
Д. Признательность, благодарность, сочувствие, участие, религия.
16. Песня на английском «Если с другом вышел в путь».
17. Конкурс-игра на лучшее знание географии.
Why is your country beautiful?
Astana, Almaty, Kostanay, Zailiskiy Alatay, so on in Kazakhstan.
Say why America is beautiful. You should name some geographical facts, use the map.
The United States of America are the fourth largest country in the world (after Russia, Canada, and China). It occupies the southern part of North America. It stretches(протягивается) from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean. It also includes Alaska in the north and Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean. The total area of the country is about nine and half million square kilometers.
The USA borders on Canada in the north and on Mexico in the south. It also has a sea-border with Russia.
The USA is made up of 50 states and the District of Columbia, a special federal area where Washington, the capital of the country, is situated. The population of the country is about 250 million.
If we look at the map of the USA, we can see lowlands (равнины)and mountains. The highest mountains are the Rocky Mountains, the Cordillera and the Sierra Nevada. The highest peak is Mount McKinley which is located in Alaska. America’s largest rivers are the Mississippi, the Missouri, the Rio Grande and the Columbia. The Great Lakes on the border with Canada are the largest and the deepest (самый глубокий)in the USA.
The climate of the country varies greatly (быть разнообразным).The coldest regions are in the North. The climate of Alaska is arctic; the climate of the central part is continental; the south has a subtropical climate. Hot winds (горячие ветры) blowing from the Gulf of Mexico often bring typhoons. The climate along the Pacific coast is much warmer than that of the Atlantic coast (побережье).
The USA is highly developed industrial country. It is the world’s leading producer of copper (медь) and oil(нефть) and the world’s second producer of iron ore (железная руда)and coal(уголь). Among the most important manufacturing industries (отрасль обрабатывающей промышленности) are aircraft, cars, textiles, radio and television sets, armaments, furniture and paper industries. The largest cities of the USA are: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, San Francisco, Washington, and others.
18. Attractions.Достопримечательности городов США. Страноведческий конкурс, в котором ребятам предлагается назвать как можно больше достопримечательностей США, сказать, где они находятся.
The District of Columbia is the territory of the national capital of the USA, Washington, with its own laws and regulations. Washington, D.C. is situated on both banks of the Potomac River, between the two states, Maryland and Virginia. This place was chosen by the first American President George Washington. In 1790 George Washington laid the corner-stone of the Capitol where the Congress sits. The place was called the District of Columbia in honor of ( в честь) Columbus, the discoverer of America. Washington has been the federal capital (столица) since 1800.
Some of the best known universities are located in Boston. The oldest university in the USA, Harvard University, was founded on 1636.
National Museum of American History.
The World of Walt Disney.
Atlanta is the city of tours. National park Yellowstone in 1872.
American Public Library in Philadelphia.US Zoo opens in Philadelphia. American skyscrapers (1883 in Chicago, Illinois).
Washington Monument. Jefferson Memorial. Library of Congress. Lincoln Memorial. National Air and Space Museum. The Castle, the Smithsonian Information Center. Supreme Court, where the laws are interpreted by the highest judges in the USA.
New York is called “modern Babylon”.
19. Итоги. Всех поздравляют, вручают подарки.
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