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Solve the crossword using the list of words and the clues
1. Will he visit you this year?
Easter eggs are often made out of this treat!
The season in which Easter is celebrated
9. Collect your eggs in this
You may wear one in an Easter parade
Cheerful yellow spring flower
You may go on an Easter egg ....
These hatch out of real eggs
We give chocolate ones at Easter
Show off your Easter bonnet at one!
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Translate the given dialogue:
You were gone.
I was out of town for a couple of days.
Do you mind if I look?
Like I said.
So are you enjoying the rain?
You're asking me about the weather?
I guess I am.
Well, I don't really like the rain.
To be used to – часто/обычно делать что-либо;
I used to spend two weeks here almost every summer
We used to make mud pies when we were little.
To fall in love; to be in love – влюбляться, влюбиться
So the lion fell in love with the lamb.
I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.
To figure out – понять, обдумать, решить
so I figured I'd stay with my dad for a while.
I'm just trying to figure you out.
Remember these conversational words and phrases
Yep – да
Oh, my gosh! – О Боже мой!
Are you joking me? – Ты меня разыгрываешь?
Oh, yeah, dude. – Да, точно, чувак
Chillax. No feature.
Calm down. – Успокойся
Try to find modal verbs and gerunds in the sentences:
What, you think I regret saving you?
You shouldn't have told her about the "almost" accident.
So, I keep thinking that Eric's gonna ask me to the prom
Hey, I can keep a secret.
Yeah, you should hang out with us.
You should put your seatbelt on.
Yeah. I should eat something.
I'm only afraid of losing you.
Could you act human?
I like watching you sleep.
Bella, if you wanna... wanna = want to
You're really not gonna eat? gonna = going to
You gotta give me some answers. gotta = got to
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The Busy Easter Bunny
A Rebus Story
Read the story.
was very busy.
went to the store. He got
at the store. The
and cooked the eggs. The busy
and painted the
He liked the
. He put some
He put a
was pretty. He was a very happy.
Read the sentences. Write yes or no on the line.
at the store.
was very sad.
Draw a line to match the words to the pictures.
Answers to The Busy Easter Bunny
Page 2: 1. yes
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THE STORY OF EASTER
Easter is a time of springtime festivals. In Christian countries Easter is celebrated as the religious holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the son of God. But the celebrations of Easter have many customs and legends that are pagan in origin and have nothing to do with Christianity.
Scholars, accepting the derivation proposed by the 8th-century English scholar St.Bede, believe the name Easter is thought to come from the Scandinavian “Ostra” and the Teutonic “Ostern” or “Eastre”, both Goddesses of mythology signifying spring and fertility whose
festival was celebrated on the day of the vernal equinox.
Traditions associated with the festival survive in the Easter rabbit, a symbol of
fertility, and in colored easter eggs, originally painted with bright colors to repre-
sent the sunlight of spring, and used in Easter-egg rolling contests or given as gifts.
The Christian celebration of Easter embodies a number of converging traditions with emphasis on the relation of Easter to the Jewish festival of Passover, or Pesach, from which is derived Pasch, another name used by Europeans for Easter. Passover is an important feast in the Jewish calendar which is celebrated for 8 days and commemorates the flight and freedom
of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.
The early Christians, many of whom were of Jewish origin, were brought up in the Hebrew tradition and regarded Easter as a new feature of the Passover festival, a commemora-tion of the advent of the Messiah as foretold by the prophets.
Easter is observed by the churches of the West on the first Sunday following the full moon that occurs on or following the spring equinox (March 21). So Easter became a "movable" feast which can occur as early as March 22 or as late as April 25.
Christian churches in the East which were closer to the birthplace of the new religion and in which old traditions were strong, observe Easter according to the date of the Passover festival.
Easter is at the end of the Lenten season, which covers a forty-six-day period that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends with Easter. The Lenten season itself comprises forty days, as the six Sundays in Lent are not actually a part of Lent. Sundays are considered a commemoration of Easter Sunday and have always been excluded from the Lenten fast. The Lenten season is a period of penitence in preparation for the highest festival of the church year, Easter.
Holy Week, the last week of Lent, begins with the observance of Palm Sunday. Palm Sunday takes its name from Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem where the crowds laid palms at his feet. Holy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper, which was held the evening before the Crucifixion. Friday in Holy Week is the anniversary of the Crucifixion, the day that Christ was crucified and died on the cross.
Holy week and the Lenten season end with Easter Sunday, the day of resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Easter Egg Games
Eggs play an important part in Easter sports. The Romans celebrated the Easter season by running races on an oval track and giving eggs as prizes. Two traditional Easter egg games are the Easter Egg Hunt and the Easter Egg Roll.
On Easter morning the children of the house join in a search to locate the eggs that the Easter Bunny had hidden while they were asleep. The searching might continue though out the house with the older children helping the youngest. Sometimes prizes of candy are awaiting the child finding the most eggs.
Easter egg hunts are also part of a community's celebration of holiday. The eggs are hidden in public places and the children of the community are invited to find the eggs.
The rules of an Easter Egg Roll are to see who can roll an egg the greatest distance or can make the roll without breaking it, usually down a grassy hillside or slope.
Maybe the most famous egg rolling takes place on the White House Lawn. Hundreds of children come with baskets filled with brightly decorated eggs and roll them down the famous lawn, hoping the President of the United States is watching the fun.
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«Общеобразовательная школа-интернат I-II ступеней № 2 г. Енакиево»
Материали к проведению недели
учитель английского языка
План мероприятий «Неделя Английского языка»
выпуск стенной газеты “The Role of English in people’s life” (8, 5 кл.);
конкурс читателей на английском языке (3 кл.)
“Easter is coming” – урок изучения традиций празднования Пасхи (4 кл.);
урок-презентация “Trip to London” (8 кл.).
разговорный английский язык – просмотр фильма “Twilight” (9 кл.);
выпуск стенной газеты “Britain in Brief”, плакатов “Just for fun”,
урок-презентация “A Trip to London” (7 кл.).
Цель урока: закрепление изученного материала; создание образовательной среды, способствующей максимальному усвоению изученного материала.
1. Повышение уровня учебной мотивации.
2. Развитие навыков диалогической речи.
3. Активизация навыков монологической речи.
4. Формирование товарищеского и вежливого отношения друг к другу.
Оборудование: мультимедийный экран и проектор.
Good morning, boys and girls!
Glad to see you!
How are you?
Sit down, please.
Today we’ll have a competition “A Trip to London”
Учитель сообщает ученикам о проведении соревнования «Путешествие в Лондон». За каждый конкурс ученик может получить до 3-х жетонов. Если ученики допускают ошибки или не успевают по времени, они получают меньшее количество баллов
Good morning, teacher!
Glad to see you too!
Fine, thanks, and you?
I. Unscramble the words
Декодирования слов по теме «Город»
Проверка по ключу
II. Match the parts
The Houses of
The Tower of
Соотносят части словосочетаний, обозначающих достопримечательности Лондона и проверяют себя по ключу
III. Name the sights of London. Describe any place you like.
Houses of Parliament
Называют достопримечательности Лондона и рассказывают о них
IV. Do the crossword puzzle
V. Answer the questions
1. What are the parts of the UK?
2. What is the name of the Queen?
3. What is a double-decker?
4. Where do ravens live?
5. What is London’s river?
Отвечают на вопросы
VI. Make up a dialogue
– You are welcome. Have a nice day.
– Excuse me, am I far from Trafalgar Square?
– How can I get there?
– I’m afraid you are.
– It’s very easy. Take bus № 64 and you’ll be there in ten minutes.
– Thank you very much.
Располагают реплики диалога по порядку и разыгрывают его
VII. Tell about your trip and fill in the missing words
London is the … of Great Britain. It is very … city. It was founded about two thousand … ago. London is one of the most … and interesting … in Europe. There are … of … to visit in London. There are a lot of …, art …, cinemas, theatres and … parks in London.
Вставляют пропущенные слова в текст
Dear friends, our lesson is almost over.
Let us count your scores
Подсчитывают количество полученных баллов
Easter is coming
Цель урока: познакомить учащихся с празднованием Пасхи в Британии.
1. Практиковать учащихся в диалогической и монологической речи.
2. Развить у учащихся воображение, самостоятельность.
3. Воспитывать у учащихся уважение к традициям и других народов.
Оборудование: класс украшен плакатом с изображением символов Пасхи, карточки с ребусом, картинки, раздаточный материал для украшения яиц.
Today we gathered together to celebrate one of the best holidays of the year “Easter”. What is Easter?
Easter Bunny 1: It is a religious holiday, which is celebrated from the 22 nd of March to May. It comes to an end of the Christian Holy Week. There are 3 favourite symbols of Easter: Easter Cross, Easter Egg and Easter Bunny. The Cross represents Christ’s victory over death. The Egg is a simbol of life. The Easter Bunny is really a hare. The hare was a favourite animal of Eastre, the spring goddness, so Bunny represents love and growth.
Easter Bunny 2: People put on new clothes on this day. In New York and other cities of America an important part of the holiday is the Easter parade. People stroll down Fifth Avenue in their finest clothes including Eаster bonnets. Flowers are a favourite gift at Easter, especially Easter lily. To welcome Easter the people go to the church services.
Answer the questions:
What is Easter?
When is it celebrated?
What are the symbols of Easter?
What does the egg and bunny mean?
How do Americans celebrate Easter?
What is the favourite gift at Easter? (Lily).
Easter Bunny 1:
To celebrate Easter you are to know Easter alphabet. Do you know it? Let’s recite it (учащиеся по очереди читают стихотворения).
A is for April, the heart of the spring.
B is for Bunnies and the Baskets they bring.
C is for Cart, with eggs piled upon it.
D is for Daisies we pick for our bonnets.
E is for Eggs each a bright colour.
F is for Family, sister and brother.
G is for Garden, higing a treat.
H is for Hopping on quick bunny feet.
I is for Indoors, after egg – hunting ends.
J is for the Joy we share with our friends.
K is for Kindness that makes the day bright.
L is for Lilies, lovely and white.
M is for music we gather to play.
N is for Nest, filled with eggs the birds lay.
O is for Outdoor, where we hunt by the hour.
P is for the Puddles that follow a shower.
Q is for Quiet in the soft morning light.
R is for Rabbit, dressed up just right.
S is for Spring, when the world is in bloom.
T is for Tulips we place in each room.
U is for Umbrella is sunshine or rain.
V is for Violets found in the lane.
W is for Water where rabbits are gliding.
X marks the spot where eggs are hiding.
Y is for Young ones, happy at play.
Z is for Zeal as we greet Easter Day.
(На доске написано слово “Easter”)
Easter Bunny 2: What Easter words do you know, beginning with letters E, A, S, T, E, R (eggs, Sunday, Rabbit, April, sunshine).
Easter Bunny 1:
C) Guess the words :
Easter Bunny 2:
D) Read the story
What poems about Easter do you know? Pass the eggs to your neighbour (ученики передают пасхальное яйцо друг другу и читают стихи).
The air is like a butterfly
With frail blue wings
The happy earth looks at the sky
And sings, sings, sings.
Easter bells in churches ring
People in the churches sing.
The little flowers came through the ground
At Easter time, at Easter time.
They raised their heads and looked around
At happy Easter time.
The pure whity lily raised it’s cap
At Easter time.
The crocus to the sky looked up
At happy Easter time.
A family of rabits lived in the tree
A father and mother and babies three
Sometimes the bunnies would sleep all day
But when night time came, they liked to play.
Bunnes are brown, bunnies are white,
Bunnes are always an Easter delight
Bunnes have ears all pinkish inside
Bunnes all like to hop and to hide.
Bunnes are cuddly, the large and the small,
But I like the chocolate ones best of all.
I’ve coloured my eggs
With paint and brush
And I’ll hide them on Easter
In your house. Hush! Hush!
Easter Bunny 1:
Can you guess Easter Riddles:
How do you know that flowers are lazy? - (You always find them in bed.)
What do rabbit say at Easter? - (“Hoppy Easter”.)
When do chicken have eight feet? - (When there are four of them.)
And now let’s continue our lesson. Look at the table. How nice is it? Children let's do some Easter crafts to decorate our school?
And now take the eggs and decorate them as you like
(ученики украшают бумажные яйца разноцветными фигурками)
- How nice! It’s great! It’s wonderful! (подбадривает учеников)
- Today, children, we talked about one of the dearest holidays to the British and the Americans. What new words and traditions do you know now?
(ученики цепочкой отвечают на вопросы)
Цель урока: ознакомление учащихся с разговорной лексикой.
1. Проверить умение учащихся понимать текст при прослушивании.
2. Повышать уровень учебной мотивации.
3. Развивать логическое мышление, способность к догадке (на основе словосочетания из контекста).
4. Воспитывать у учащихся уважение к культуре других народов.
Оборудование: мультимедийный экран и проектор, карточки для самостоятельной работы.
I. Снятие лексических трудностей
gye – парень
yahoo – молодежь
weird – странный
gorgeous – классный, необычайный
to firure out – понять
species – вид (животных, растений)
II. Просмотр фильма “Twilight”
III. Проверка понимания основной информации: задания на карточках (см. приложение 3)
IV. Окончание урока.
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LONDON - THE CAPITAL OF GREAT BRITAIN.
London is the biggest city in Britain and one of the biggest in the world. More than eight million people live and work there. London is one of the most important cities in the world. It is the centre for business and for tourism.
In London you can find some of the best theatres, cinemas and museums. There are many beautiful old churches in London.
There are about 10 thousand streets in London. Most of the streets are not very wide. There are a lot of shops in London. The main shopping centre is Oxford Street. You can buy nearly everything here. People from all over the world do shopping in Oxford Street.
You can find many old and new beautiful parks in the city. The largest park in London is Hyde Park. It is one of the most popular places of Londoners on hot summer days. There are many other pleasant parks and green squares there too.
The Romans came to the island Great Britain long, long time ago. They built a town on the River Thames. The called the town Londinium. The place for the town was very good. Soon the Romans built a bridge over the River Thames.
Londinium got bigger and bigger. The Romans built houses, palaces, roads, bridges. But in 410 the Roman legions were withdrawn from Great Britain, as the Goths were at the gates of Rome and the Romans rushed to defend their Empire. After them, Anglo-Saxon tribes came to Great Britain.
The river Thames has always been part of London's history. In Roman times Londinium was a small town with the Thames in the centre. Now London is a very large city but the river Thames is still in the centre of London as the city has grown in both sides of it.
Until 1749, there was only one bridge over the river: London Bridge. The old London Bridge looked very strange. There were houses and shops on it.
Unfortunately, we cannot see old London Bridge in London now: in the hard times, when it was clear that London needed new bridges but there was no money, government decided:to sell the Old Bridge to some rich American. Now it is in America but there is no river under it - only a street.
In the 19-th century there were already many new bridges in London. Now there are twenty seven bridges over the Thames.
SOME INTERESTING FACTS.
London is in fact three cities: the City of London, the East End and the West End.
There are 27 bridges over the Thames in London and 8 tunnels under the river.
London is 46 kilometres from north to south and 58 kilometres from east to west.
London has got more than 8 million people and that's 13% of Britain's population.
WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR.
At the beginning of the 11-th century England was already a big country and London was a very important city.
In 1066 William from Normandy came with his people to England. They were French. William thought that he had right to become King of England. After the battle at Hastings he got the name of William the Conqueror and became King of England. The King lived in London. A lot of his people lived in London too. But William was afraid of the English, of Londoners and he built the White Tower to live in it. It was the beginning of the Tower of London and now it is one of the most important and beautiful buildings in it.
All Kings and Queens of England lived in London. It became the biggest city in the country. By 1600 there were more than 200,000 people in London.
THE GRATE FIRE OF LONDON.
In those days people usually built houses of wood, and they were very close to one another. Sometimes there were fires in the city, but they were usually very small. Then came 1666, the year of the Great Fire of London.
On Saturday, on the second of September 1666 there was a strong wind from the river and a big fire began. You should know that the summer of that year was unusually dry and hot in London, and wooden houses became very dry too, and the wind was very strong and blew from the river. All these caused a very big fire. It started in the house of the king's baker, near London Bridge.
The baker's wife woke up in the middle of the night because the house was on fire. Soon the next house started burning and than the next and the next: Houses burnt like matches:
London's burning, London's burning.
Fetch the engines. Fetch the engines.
Fire, fire! Fire, fire! Pour on water, pour on water.
The fire burnt until Thursday. The fire burnt for four days and destroyed 80% of the city. More than 250,000 people didn't have home any more. But, in spite of everything, not anybody died in that fire!
One more very important thing. In 1665 plague broke in England. It was called the Great Plague. It covered all the country. The Plague crawled from town to town, from village to village, killing people and not knowing any mercy. People were in terror. They left their houses trying to run away from Black Death. It came into London. 75,000 Londoners died from the plague. The Great Fire ruined crooked streets, but The Great Fire put the end to The Great Plague.
After the Great Fire people built a new city. The city was becoming larger and larger. By 1830 there were more than one and a half million people in London. The railways came and London was becoming richer and richer. New houses of stone or brick, not wood, were built. Streets became wider and straight. But the city was still rather dirty.
SOME INTERESTING FACTS.
Bloomsbury Square is one of the oldest in London. It is more than 300 years old. It is the literary part of the city. A lot of writers and critics live there.
The British Museum is not far from Bloomsbury Square and the square is famous for the Museum. The British Museum is very old. It was founded in 1753. It is in Great Russell Street. The British Museum has a large Reading Hall. A lot of famous people worked there. The Library of the Museum has one of the best collections of books and manuscripts in the world.
One of the best and famous London cinemas is the "Odeon".
One of the oldest churches in London is St. Paul's Cathedral.
One of the most famous London theatres, the Royal Opera House or Covent Garden, is : in the centre of the vegetable market.
Piccadilly Circus is the centre of night life in the West End. This is one of the most popular meeting places of London.
London buses are of 2 kinds: the double-decker and the single-decker. But London buses are always red. Double-deckers have seats for 65 people. Only 5 people are allowed to stand when the seats are full.
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The world's highest observation wheel (a type of Ferris wheel).
The British Airways London Eye (Millennium Wheel) stands 135 metres (443 feet) high on the South Bank of the River Thames between Westminster and Hungerford Bridges. It is the world's highest observation wheel.
The wheel was constructed in sections which were floated up the river Thames on barges and assembled lying flat on pontoons. Once the wheel was complete it was raised into its upright position by cranes, initially being lifted at a rate of about 2 degrees per hour until it reached 65 degrees.
The London Eye as seen from Westminster Bridge with the London Aquarium and County Hall to the right.
The total weight of steel in the Eye is 1,700 tonnes.
Trafalgar Square, London
Trafalgar Square, designed by Sir Charles Barry, was constructed in the 1840s on the site that was originally the Royal Mews for hawks and then royal stables.
The Square is named in honour of the British victory, led by Admiral Lord Nelson, at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
Dominating the square is the 56 m (171 feet) column, Nelson's Column, with its 5.5m (18 feet) statue of Nelson on top. It was erected in 1843.
Nelson faces south, towards Whitehall, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and the River Thames. South west is Admiralty Arch, the entrance to the wide ceremonial drive to Buckingham Palace called The Mall.
Nelson's column is guarded by four huge bronze lions sculpted by Sir Edwin Landseer in 1868.
They were made out of metal from guns that had been taken from old battleships.
NB! Вы не спрашивали почему, например, Франция называется Францией, Италия – Италией, а Англия – это и Англия, и Британия, и Великобритания. В чем же загвоздка?
Многочисленные названия королевства отражают как географию страны, так и ее историю: Britain = полное название королевства. Оно подразумевает, что в состав державы входят Англия, Шотландия, Уэльс и Северная Ирландия. Great Britain не включает Северную Ирландию.
Название страны, которое фигурирует в официальных документах: Соединенное Королевство Великобритании и Северной Ирландии или
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Британские острова – The British Isles - архипелаг, включающий острова, где располагаются Англия, Шотландия, Уэльс, Северная Ирландия и независимая Ирландия.
Мы часто называем Британию Англией. При разговоре с британским подданным на его родном языке не стоит употреблять England, не зная из какой части страны ваш собеседник. Спросив человека, который родился в Глазго (Шотландия) или Белфасте (Северная Ирландия), если он из Англии (имея ввиду Великобританию), вы можете его грубо обидеть. А вот истинный англичанин будет горд услышать, что Англией обобщают все королевство.
Все же, оптимальным вариантом будет употребление The U.K. - The United Kingdom.
Top 10 Places to Visit in London
The most popular and our favourite attractions are:
Take a ride on the London Eye
The big wheel which gives you a panoramic view of London. It is the world's highest observation wheel and offers passengers spectacular views of over 55 of London's most famous landmarks - all in just 30 minutes.
See a Musical - They're amazing
The worlds biggest toy store
Shop at Picadilly Circus
Follow this link to watch a video
Street entertainment, shopping and nightlife
Museums and Art Galleries
British Museum - Best museum for history and its FREE
Madam Tussauds - Wax models of the famous
Home of the Royal Family
Take a trip down the Thames to Greenwich
See many sites along the river. Greenwich is the home of Greenwich Mean Time
Tower Bridge and Tower of London
Tower Bridge has stood over the River Thames in London since 1894 and is one of the finest, most recognisable bridges in the World. It is the London bridge you tend to see in movies and on advertising literature for London. Tower Bridge is the only Thames bridge which can be raised.
Its middle section can be raised to permit large vessels to pass the Tower Bridge. Massive engines raise the bridge sections, which weigh about 1000 tons each, in just over a minute. It used to be raised about 50 times a day, but nowadays it is only raised 4 to 5 times a week
The Tower of London
The Tower of London was built more than 900 years ago. Vistors come to see the Crown Jewels and the Tower guards called 'Beefeaters'.
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Описание презентации по отдельным слайдам:
A Trip to London
Look at the map of London. Find the places you know about. Name them. Find and name new places.
Answer the questions 1. What are the parts of the UK? 2. What is the name of the Queen of the UK? 3. What is a double-decker? 4. Where do the ravens live? 5. What is London’s river?
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