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English for Enjoymement


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учитель английского языка

Бородина Татьяна Николаевна


Цели:


1. Развивать навыки говорения, аудирования в процессе творческого общения учеников друг с другом и учителем.


2. Заинтересовать учащихся в изучении английского языка как средства для знакомства с песнями, литературой и юмором англоязычных стран.


3. Активизировать у учащихся творческие способности, их учебные навыки и умения при подготовке и проведении мероприятия.


4.Усилить межпредметные связи.


Оборудование:


1. Реквизит для инсценирования анекдотов, шуток, сценки.


Compère: Good evening, dear guests! We’ll begin our party which is called “English for Enjoyment”. Our programme includes singing, acting of some English anecdotes, jokes and a scene from “Absent-mindedness” by Jerome K. Jerome.


Teacher: Who helped you to draw this map, Jack?

Jack: Nobody, sir.

Teacher: Didn’t your brother help you?

Jack: No, sir. He drew it all himself.

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Mother: I sent my little boy for two kilograms of oranges and got a kilogram and a half.

Assistant: My scales are all right, madam. Have you weighed your boy?

____________________


Mother: Johnny, I left two pieces of cake in the cupboard this morning; I see there is only one piece there. Where is the other? Can you tell me?

Johnny: It was too dark, Mummy. I could not see the other pieces.

____________________


(Исполнение песни “Oh, You Can’t Get to Heaven”)


Song “Oh, You Can’t Get to Heaven”


1. A preacher went down to the cellar to pray,

He prayed all night and he prayed all day.

A preacher went down to the cellar to pray,

He prayed all night and he prayed all day.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


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Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


2. You’ll never go to Heaven on roller skates,

You’ll skate right past the pearly gates.

You’ll never go to Heaven on roller skates,

You’ll skate right past the pearly gates.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


3. You’ll never go to Heaven in a rocking chair,

cause a rocking chair won’t get you there.

You’ll never go to Heaven in a rocking chair,

cause a rocking chair won’t get you there.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


4. You’ll never go to Heaven in a limousine,

cause the Lord has got no gasoline.

You’ll never go to Heaven in a limousine,

cause the Lord has got no gasoline.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


5. You’ll never go to Heaven in woman’s arms,

cause the Lord doesn’t like the woman’s chance.

You’ll never go to Heaven in woman’s arms,

cause the Lord doesn’t like the woman’s chance.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


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6. You’ll never go to Heaven as an engineer,

cause the engineer drinks too much beer.

You’ll never go to Heaven as an engineer,

cause the engineer drinks too much beer.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


7. If you get there before I do,

Just make a hole and pull me through.

If you get there before I do,

Just make a hole and pull me through.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


8. You’ll never go to Heaven on an English course,

You’ll go to Hell, you will, of course.

You’ll never go to Heaven on an English course,

You’ll go to Hell, you will, of course.

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!


Chorus: I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

I ain’t gonna grieve my Lord no more!

____________________


Professor: Can you tell me anything about the great chemists of the 17th century?

Student: Yes, sir, they are all dead, sir.

____________________


Mother: It is nine o’clock and you are not in bed yet? What will father say when he comes home?

Henry: He’ll say: “Supper! Supper! What’s for supper?”

____________________


Mother: Jane, what is Mary doing?

Jane: Well, she is skating if the ice is as sick as she thinks, but if the ice is as thin as I think, she is swimming.


(Исполнение песни “Baa, Baa, Black Sheep”)


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Song “Baa, Baa, Black Sheep”


Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool?

Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full.

One for my master, one for my dame,

And one for a little boy, Tommy by name.

Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool?

Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full.

We must have socks, a scarf and a hood

To skate on the pond and to ski in the wood.

Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool?

Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full.

____________________


Uncle: Let us see whether you are smart at arithmetics, Charley! I have twenty shillings and borrow fifty from your aunt and thirty from your dad. What does that make?

Charley: Debts, uncle!

____________________


Oh, Mother, must I learn music?” sighed Dick.

Yes, I insist, but you can choose what instrument, if you like,” said Mother.

May I?” said Dick brightening. “Then may it be the gramophone?”

____________________


One day Pete came home from school and said: “I was the only pupil today who could answer the teacher’s question.”

Very nice, Pete. And what was the question?”

The teacher asked who broke the window in the classroom.”


(Исполнение песни “Oh! Dear! What Can the Matter Be?”)

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Song “Oh! Dear! What Can the Matter Be?


1. Oh! Dear! What can the matter be?

Dear! Dear! What can the matter be?

Oh! Dear! What can t6he matter be?

Johnny’s so long at the fair.

He promised to buy me a beautiful fairing,

A gay bit of lace that the lassies are wearing.

He promised he’d bring me a bunch of blue ribbons’

That tie up my bonny brown hair.


2. Oh! Dear! What can the matter be?

Dear! Dear! What can the matter be?

Oh! Dear! What can t6he matter be?

Johnny’s so long at the fair.


He promised to buy me a basket of posies,

A garland of lilies, a garland of roses,

A little straw hat to set off the blue ribbons

That tie up my bonny brown hair.


(Инсценирование рассказа “Absent-mindedness”)


The author: Mrs. Pratt went to see her mother. Her husband said that he would come later with the baby and a complete change of closing.

At eleven o’clock sharp Pratt started on his way with the baby carriage.

Pratt: I know forgot something. (He mutters. He stops for the fourth time to scratch his head.)

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Blanket, hat, diapers, socks. No, I have those things. There is something missing. I will start at the baby’s head and work downwards. I have a hat, sweater, pants and socks. What did I forget?

The author: Pratt was walking slowly when he met his friend, Stillkins.

Pratt: Stillkins, think about your family. Tell me, what your babies wear from morning until night.

Stillkins (amazing): Seems to me, you are thinking too hard.

Pratt: You see, I’m taking the baby to his mother, but I forgot one of his things. Can you remind me what it is.

Stillkins: Sweater?

Pratt: No, I’ve thought about that a dozen times.

Stillkins: Diapers? Socks? Pants?


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The author: Stillkins became interested in the problem. He forgot his own business and walked on with Pratt. In a little while they met their friend, Mowitt.

Pratt: Mowitt, I forgot something for the baby. Perhaps you can tell me what it is?

Mowitt: Diapers?


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Pratt (yelling): No!

The author: Mowitt decided to join Stillkins and Pratt. Each man was loudly telling his opinion about what a three-week old baby would and would not wear. They waited on the road while Pratt pulled the baby carriage up the stone steps. Pratt’s wife and her mother ran down the path to meet him.


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Mrs. Pratt (putting her hands under the hood): Our little darling! (She stares angrily at Pratt and Pratt’s knees shook.)

Pratt: I know I forgot something, Lizzy. I have been trying to remember. Stillkins and Mowitt tried to help me remember.

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Mrs. Pratt (yelling): Where is the baby?

____________________


The author: The young man came back to the family farm after graduating from agricultural college. He wanted to show off to his father.

The son: Why, I bet you don’t get ten pounds of apples a year from this tree, daddy.

The father: You’re right, son. This is a pear tree.

____________________


Husband: What! Supper is not ready. This is the limit! I am going to a restaurant!

Wife: Wait five minutes.

Husband: Will supper be ready then?

Wife: No, but I shall go with you then.

___________________

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The author: It was dinner time. A man came into a restaurant and sat down at a table. He asked for the menu and said to the waiter:

The man: Here is sixpence tip for you; tell me what you can recommend me.

The waiter leaned over and whispered: “I shall recommend you to go to another restaurant.”

____________________


Uncle Bob: Well, Frank, what will you do during these holidays?

Frank: Last year I had mumps and chicken-pox. This year I don’t know what I shall do.


(Исполнение песни “Billy Boy”)


Song “Billy Boy”


Oh, where have you been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,

Oh, where have you been, charming Billy?

I have been to seek a wife, she’s the joy of my life

She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


Did she ask you to come in, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,

Did she ask you to come in, charming Billy?

Yes, she asked me to come in, there’s a dimple in her chin,

She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


Can she bake a cherry pie, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,

Can she bake a cherry pie, charming Billy?

She can bake a cherry pie, quick as you can wink an eye,

She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


Can she make a feather bed, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,

Can she make a feather bed, charming Billy?

She can make a feather bed, while a-sanding on her head,

She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


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How tall is she, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,

How tall is she, charming Billy?

She is tall as any pine, and as straight as a pumpkin vine,

She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


How old is she, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,

How old is she, charming Billy?

She is sixty times eleven, twenty-eight and forty-seven,

She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


Compère: Our party is over. Good-bye, dear friends!

























Литература

1. Закс С.Б. Шольные вечера на английском языке: Пособие для учителя / Сост. С.Б. Закс. – М.: Просвещение, 1981. – 127с., ил.

2. Клементьева Т.Б. Книга для чтения к учебному изданию «Счастливый английский. Кн. 2» для учащихся 7-9 кл. общеобразов. шк. – Обнинск: Титул, 1996. – 336 с.: ил.

3. Рожкова Ф. М. Поговорим по-английски. Пособие по англ. яз. для внеаудиторной работы: Для сред. спец. учеб. заведений. – 3-е изд., испр. и доп. – М.: Высш. Школа, 1980. – 272 с., ноты.

4. Старые добрые друзья. Песни для изучающих английский язык. Издание подготовлено совместно издательством ПАИМС и фирмой «Спейсрос». Москва, 1993.






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Цели:
1. Развивать навыки говорения, аудирования в процессе творческого общения учеников друг с другом и учителем.
2. Заинтересовать учащихся в изучении английского языка как средства для знакомства с песнями, литературой и юмором англоязычных стран.
3. Активизировать у учащихся творческие способности, их учебные навыки и умения при подготовке и проведении мероприятия.
4.Усилить межпредметные связи.
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