повышение учебной мотивации изучения английского языка;
развитие индивидуальных способностей учащихся к общению
развитие интеллектуальных, познавательных способностей обучающихся;
пробуждение эстетического чувства учащихся;
расширение эрудиции, кругозора учащихся;
развитие положительных личностных качеств как ответственность, доброжелательность и чувство взаимопомощи;
стимулирование самостоятельности учащихся, а также активности, любознательности;
воспитание чувства уважения друг к другу, ценностного отношения к культуре и истории страны изучаемого языка.
1. Вступительное слово учителя
Good morning everybody! I’m so glad to see you here and welcome to our Club of Merry and Quick- witted! Today we are going to travel from the USA to the UK, from the UK to Australia and New Zealand. I hope our trip we’ll be interesting. First of all, let’s invite the pupils of the 7th form to take part in the competition. Each team has … members and a captain.
Now I would like to introduce the members of our honourable jury of our competition who will record the scores of the teams. The audience, you may support your classmates by clapping.
Teams, please try to be more active, attentive and helpful and show your knowledge of the matter.
I wish you and your captains good luck!
So, our teams are on the stage and let’s start the 1st round of our competition: “Introducing”. The teams should introduce themselves and tell their names, mottoes and show us their emblems.
Teacher: Thank you, they were quite original. Now let’s turn to the second task of our competition. It is called ‘Flags and capitals’. The team ‘ Merry Girls’ must match the flags and the names of the countries and the 2nd team ‘Brave Captains’ must match the names of the capitals and flags.
Part III. The teams name the proverbs.
Teacher: Thank you very much. Now members of the jury. Could you announce the results of the second part of the contest?
Part IV. Captains’ Contest
Teacher: This task is for the captains.
They translate the proverbs into Russian in a turn.
1. Better late than never.
2. You know a man by his friend.
3. East or west home is best.
4 Well began is half done.
5. All is well that ends well.
6. It’s never late too late to learn.
7. Every family has a black sheep.
8. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
9. He laughs best who laughs last.
10. Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
Part V. The next task is for the teams. They have to make other words from the letters it contains, (measurement, development)
Part VI. ‘Riddle countries’.
This is one of the largest countries of the world. It’s washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the East and by the Pacific ocean in the West. What is it?
It’s country which looks like an island. It is very beautiful. It’s a country of fog and rain. There are A lot of places of interest.
This country has a very high living standard. People speak many languages there. The main symbol on the flag is a maple leaf What is it?
This country occupies a whole continent. It has strange animals and plants. It’s very far from our country
Part VII. ‘Make the right choice’
Teacher: Please choose the right variants.
The 2nd largest city in the USA after New York is ... .
a) Washington b) Chicago с ) Los Angeles
2. The patron of Scotland is
a) St Patrick b) St Paul c) c) St George
3. The head of State in Britain is
a) the Prime Minister b) the Queen c) the President
4. What country is called a land of castles and princes?
a) England b) Northern Ireland c) Wales
5. The ravens are a famous sight ofa London
a) zoo b) Covent Garden c) the Tower of London
6. Where does the British Premier live and work?
a) at 10 Downing Street b) in Buckingham Palace
What is the name of the British national flag?
a) the Union Jack b) the Saint David’s Cross
What is the most important festival of Welsh poetry and music?
Eisteddfod b) the Edinburgh Festival
The biggest state in the USA is ... .
New York b) Alaska c) California
The Appalachian Mountains are situated in ... of the USA.
a) the west b) the east c) the north
The history of the Wild West began in the...
a) 17th century b) 18th century c) 19th century
Scottish surnames begin with ....
a) O’ b) Mac or Me c) de
What is the London residence of Queen Elizabeth ?
a) Buckingham Palace b) the Tower of London c) Windsor Castle
14. Where is Nelson’s Column situated in?
a) Piccadilly Circus b) Trafalgar Square c) Hyde Park
15. Where are British kings crowned in?
a) St Paul’s Cathedral b) Westminster Abbey
16.What is the symbol of the United Kingdom?
a) a bald eagle b) Britannia c) a rose
Part VIII. While our teams think let’s play with audience. Please answer the questions on geography of the English-Speaking countries. What is the capital of the UK
(England, Wales , Scotland) ?
What is the longest river in Great Britain?
What is the highest mountain in Scotland?
What is the deepest and the most important river in Great Britain?
What is the largest city in Australia?
What is the national symbol of Canada?
Name the longest river in the USA.
Part IX. The competition goes on. The 9th task is called ‘Parts and wholes’ .Combine these parts so as to get a name.
The Potomac Harrison
Part X. By the way, what American and English writers do you know? The task is to quote an extract from the book and guess the name of the character and the writer of this book.
(Показ сценок из‘ Tom Sawyer; by M. Twain, ‘Jane Eyre’ by C. Bronte).
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