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Внеклассное мероприятие «European Day of Foreign Languages»

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Внеклассное мероприятие на английском языке

«Европейский день иностранных языков»









Автор: Пензякова Н.Л. – преподаватель английского языка,

I квалификационная категория













Октябрьский Городок

2014 г.


Содержание


1. Введение

2. План проведения мероприятия

3. Ход мероприятия

4. Заключение

5. Использованные ресурсы

6. Приложения































Введение.

Проблеме изучения иностранных языков сегодня уделяется огромное внимание во всем мире. Знание, по крайней мере, одного иностранного языка считается обязательным как в повседневной жизни, так и в профессиональной деятельности. Владение иностранным языком является важной частью общей культуры современного образованного человека.

Поэтому представляется особенно важным популяризация изучения иностранных языков в образовательных учреждениях различного уровня, среди которых школа приобретает наиважнейшее значение. Именно в школе закладывается первое представление об иностранном языке как о воплощении культуры другого народа, а также приобретаются первые знания языка. В процессе школьного обучения возникает необходимость поддерживать интерес школьников к иностранному языку, как к обязательному предмету школьной программы.

Поэтому преподаватели иностранных языков считают обоснованным проведение внеклассного мероприятия, связанного с поощрением изучения иностранных языков в школе. Данное мероприятие приурочено к празднованию Европейского Дня Иностранных языков 26 сентября.

Основными целями проведения такого мероприятия преподаватели в первую очередь считают повышение уровня мотивации и интереса школьников к изучению иностранных языков, расширение общего кругозора школьников старшего звена, воспитание толерантного отношения к реалиям других стран.





























План проведения внеклассного мероприятия.


Тема: «Европейский День иностранных языков»

Форма проведения: Устный журнал

Цели мероприятия:

Образовательная - расширение общего кругозора школьников, пропаганда изучения иностранных языков, как в школе, так и за ее пределами;

Воспитательная - воспитание любви и уважения к языкам других народов;

Развивающая - развитие интереса школьников к проблеме изучения иностранных языков.

Техническое оснащение: мультимедиапроектор, компьютер



Ход мероприятия

Good afternoon, friends!

Buenos dias, amigos!

Salut ches amis!

Добрый день, друзья!

Guten Tag, Freunde!


Teacher : The old saying goes "Knowing a lot of languages is like having a lot of keys to one lock". At all times people understood the importance of foreign languages for the cultural life of the person.

Slide 2.

With the beginning of the new Millennium, UNESCO proclaimed the XXI century a century of polyglots. The year 2001 has been declared a Year of Languages with the motto "Learn languages throughout life". And the same year a new holiday appeared. 26 September is celebrated as the European Day of foreign languages.

Slide 3

Student 1: The main objectives of the European day of foreign languages are:

to attract attention to the problem of studying of languages in order to improve intercultural understanding;

to demonstrate the wealth of linguistic and cultural diversity of Europe;

to encourage the study of languages both in schools and outside them;

preservation and development of languages, including small.

Student 2: Among the ways of achieving these objectives are studying more than one foreign language and studying languages in adulthood.

New holiday increases interest to the linguistic heritage of Europe. It is a way to support linguistic diversity and the development of foreign language teaching in the world. Foreign languages enrich and discipline the mind, broaden the horizons of the world. Nowadays more and more people are starting to speak at least one foreign language.

Student 1: The ability to master some foreign languages has been studying for a very long time. Why can’t some people cope with their native language, while others can easily speak and understand several foreign ones? Is this a result of hard work or natural inclination?

Of course, talent is important, as in any other field. On the other hand, in the XVIII-XIX centuries, it was a fashion to show off one’s knowledge of French, German or Latin. Knowledge of at least one foreign language was considered to be the norm.

Teacher: Fashion for foreign languages has changed since then. In the XX century English became the most popular foreign language. Experts predict that Spanish and German will take its place in the XXI century.

Student 2: European institutions officially use the following languages: English, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Greek, Danish, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, German, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Finnish, French, Czech, Swedish, Estonian

Teacher: Now you know the names of some of the European languages. Try to find their names in Russian and English in crosswords puzzles. The names of the languages are placed only horizontally (in both directions) and vertically (from top to bottom).

Student 1: Still nobody can exactly say how many languages a person is able to know. There is only one thing that is important. There were people in the past who could speak not only their mother tongue, but also several (or many) foreign languages. And there are some nowadays. So, there is a legend that the Buddha (slide 4) spoke a hundred and fifty languages, and Mohammed (slide 5) knew all languages of the world. The well-known polyglot of the past, whose abilities were witnessed, lived in the XIX century. (Slide 6) He was the Keeper of the library of Vatican cardinal Giuseppe Caspar Mezzofanti (1774-1849)

Student 2: There were many legends about this man during his life. They said in addition to the main European languages, he knew Estonian, Latvian, Georgian, Armenian, Albanian, Kurdish, Turkish, Persian, and many others. It is believed that he was translating from one hundred and fourteen languages and seventy-two dialects. He was fluent in sixty languages, wrote verses and epigrams almost in fifty. He never even travelled outside Italy and studied these languages himself. A miracle, isn’t it? But those were only legends. The Guinness Book of records says that Mezzofanti spoke only twenty-six or twenty-seven languages.

Student 1: The world has changed since then. Polyglots are not condemned to death any more as they used to in the Middle Ages. But our contemporaries’ attitude to such an amazing phenomenon is still ambiguous. Science has not yet penetrated into the essence of polyglots’ riddles, riddles that concerns us all. Knowledge of foreign languages has long been regarded as an essential feature of considerable culture. Many historical figures, diplomats and generals speak several foreign languages. Few people know that Bogdan Khmelnitsky (slide 7) knew five languages. Empress Catherine II (slide 8), in addition to his native German and Russian, perfectly mastered three more languages.

Teacher: A lot of polyglots were among scientists and writers. Alexander Griboyedov (slide 9) with his youth command of French, German, English and Italian, studied Latin and Greek. Later he also mastered Persian, Arabic and Turkish. Writer Senkovsky (Baron Brambeus) (slide 10) was a well-known polyglot. Besides Polish and Russian, he also knew Arabic, Turkish, French, German, English, Italian, Icelandic, Basque, Persian, Greek. He studied Mongolian and Chinese. Fabulist Krylov (slide 11) knew French, Italian and German perfectly. Later he learned Greek and English. Leo Tolstoy (slide 12) spoke English, French and German fluently, and could read in Italian, Polish, Czech and Serbian. He knew Greek, Latin, Ukrainian, Tatar, Church Slavonic, studied Hebrew, Turkish, Dutch, Bulgarian and other languages. Nikolai Chernyshevsky (slide 13) at the age of 16 studied nine languages thoroughly (Latin, Greek, Persian, Arabic, Tatar, Hebrew, French, German and English).

Student 3: There are real polyglots in our time. So, Belgian Johan Vandenvalle is known outside his country as a great polyglot. He knows thirty-one languages. For outstanding achievements in the study of foreign languages, Belgian was rewarded the honorable "Babel award" by a special European jury, which consisted of famous Western linguists. Johan denies that he has any special linguistic abilities. He is an engineer-architect.

Student 4: Italian linguist professor Alberto Talnavany speaks all European languages fluently. He is a member of 50 Academies of Sciences of the world. When he was twelve he knew seven languages. At the age of twenty two he graduated from the University of Bologna. At that time he knew fifteen languages already. He studies two or three languages annually. At one of the linguistic congresses in 1996 he greeted the audience in fifty languages.

Student 5: Rumanian translator and writer Kato Lomb lives In Budapest and speaks fluent Russian, English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Polish, Chinese and Japanese. She can also translate artistic and technical texts from another six languages. The most interesting thing is that she was considered to be the student of no special abilities at school. She learned all the languages at a rather mature age, and for a short period of time. For example, she has learned Spanish in just a month.

Teacher: There are many polyglots in the world. However, there are very few Russians among them. Why? And how many languages could you know?

There are about 7000 different languages in the world, spoken by 6 billion people. European languages are approximately 3% of the total number that is 225 languages all in all. The largest diversity of languages is represented in Asia, India, Africa and South America.

Student 1: Slide 22.All languages of the world are interconnected, as the members of the same family. Most European languages belong to the large Indo-European family. The most numerous groups are German, Romance and Slavic. Most European languages use Latin alphabet.

Student 2: It is worth noting that the most common (geographically) language in Europe is Russian. 150 million Europeans considered it to be native. German is the mother tongue of about 95 million people, then comes French (about 66 million people), English (63 million), Italian (60 million), Spanish, Polish and Ukrainian (about 40 million people).

Teacher: 47% of Europeans can speak only their native language.

26% of Europeans speak two foreign languages in addition to her mother.

Most Europeans believe that knowledge of foreign languages is necessary.

The Dutch (slide 23) and the people of Luxembourg are considered to be the most successful in mastering languages (98% of all residents of Luxembourg know at least one foreign language), they are followed by the residents of Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden (85% of the population of these countries know in addition to their mother tongue at least one foreign language).

(Slides 24-25) And now we offer you to take part in a quick quiz .

(Slide 26) Which European countries you know?

(Slides 27-35) And now let's go for a short trip around the small countries of Europe.

Teacher: Our meeting is coming to an end. In conclusion, I would like to recall another great holiday which is celebrated in September, 30. It is an international interpreters’ day, which was established only in 1990. To celebrate these two holidays foreign language teachers are planning to organize competitions for the title of «the Best translator of our school». We hope that next year more students of our school will be interested in studying foreign language and take part in our competitions.

Learn languages and be successful.

Thank you for attention.









































Использованные ресурсы:



http://en.wikipedia.org

http://www.cilt.org.uk/home/valuing_languages/european_day_of_languages.aspx

http://www.primarylanguages.org.uk/training_zone/leaders/planning/european_day_of_languages.aspx













































Приложения

Did you know that...



- There are between 6000 and 7000 languages in the world - spoken by six billion people divided into 189 independent states.


- There are about 225 indigenous languages in Europe - roughly 3% of the world’s total.

 

- Most of the world’s languages are spoken in Asia, India, Africa and South America.

 

- No language is in itself more difficult than any other – all children, in fact, learn their mother tongue in the same natural way and with equal ease.


- Many languages have 50,000 words or more, but individual speakers normally know and use only a fraction of the total vocabulary: in everyday conversation people use the same few hundred words.


- 12 Languages are related to each other like the members of a family. Most European languages belong to the large Indo-European family.


- Most European languages belong to three broad groups: Germanic, Romance and Slavic.

 

- The Germanic family of languages includes Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic, German, Dutch, English and Yiddish, among others.


- The Romance languages include Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Romanian, among others.

 

- The Slavic languages include Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian, Bulgarian and others.


- Most European languages use the Latin alphabet. Some Slavic languages use the Cyrillic alphabet. Greek, Armenian, Georgian and Yiddish have their own alphabet.


- Due to the influx of migrants and refugees, Europe has become largely multilingual. In London alone some 300 languages are spoken (Arabic, Turkish, Kurdish, Berber, Hindi, Punjabi, etc.).


- In their daily lives Europeans increasingly come across foreign languages. There is a need to generate a greater interest in languages among European citizens.






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Краткое описание документа:

Проблеме изучения иностранных языков сегодня уделяется огромное внимание во всем мире. Знание, по крайней мере, одного иностранного языка считается обязательным как в повседневной жизни, так и в профессиональной деятельности. Владение иностранным языком является важной частью общей культуры современного образованного человека. Поэтому представляется особенно важным популяризация изучения иностранных языков в образовательных учреждениях различного уровня, среди которых школа приобретает наиважнейшее значение. Именно в школе закладывается первое представление об иностранном языке как о воплощении культуры другого народа, а также приобретаются первые знания языка. В процессе школьного обучения возникает необходимость поддерживать интерес школьников к иностранному языку, как к обязательному предмету школьной программы. Основными целями проведения такого мероприятия преподаватели в первую очередь считают повышение уровня мотивации и интереса школьников к изучению иностранных языков, расширение общего кругозора школьников старшего звена, воспитание толерантного отношения к реалиям других стран.

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