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Открытый урок по английскому языку по теме "Рождество" (5-6 класс)

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Topic: Christmas Date: 18.12.2015


Цели:

- образовательная: актуализировать знания учащихся по теме «Рождество»

- развивающая: развивать любознательность, умение общаться и работать в команде, логически и аргументировано высказывать свои мысли

- воспитательная: прививать интерес к стране изучаемого языка, воспитывать уважение к традициям и культурным ценностям носителей языка

Aims:

To learn and review Christmas vocabulary
• To practise reading skills
• To practise speaking about Christmas traditions


Age group: 10-11 years old Class: 5 Time: 45 min


Materials:

https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk;

http://www.slideshare.net/SandyMillin1;

http://www.whychristmas.com/ - Page dedicated to answering questions about Christmas;

http://www.knowalot.org/christmas-kids-quiz.htm - website with several online Christmas quizzes.


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Речевая разминка

Hello, children! – Hello, teacher!

How are you? – Fine, thanks!

Good, sit down, please.

What’s date today? – The 18th of December.

What is the day of the week? – It’s Friday.



Children, do you like winter? – Yes.

What do you like to do in winter? – I like skiing, skating, playing snowballs…

What celebration have we got in winter? – New Year celebration!

What do you do to celebrate the New Year? – We decorate the tree and house, do fireworks, eat special food.







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Let’s listen to a jungle (beginning of the song “Jingle bells”

What celebration is it for? – Christmas!

Our theme of the today lesson is Christmas.

Let’s check what you know of it and then we’ll find out smth new.



Go back to the song, do you know it? – Yes! What is the song about? – Christmas spirit!

Do you know the words? – Yes! (Not all..)

Here are the words for you, let’s sing it together.

(Children sing the song “Jingle bells”)

Dashing through the snow In a one-horse open sleigh,

Over the fields we go, Laughing all the way;

Bells on bob-tail ring, Making spirits bright,

What fun it is to ride and sing A sleighing song tonight,

O [Chorus 2x:] Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way!

O what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh.



You all know a lot of Christmas. Let’s check how you know Christmas words.

(Name), Hand over the copies of a wordsearch, please.

Here are 20 words and you’ve got 5 minutes. Who finds more words for 5 minutes - gets a little Christmas present!

The words can go down, across, diagonal.

Start! ……. Finish! How many words have you got, (name)….?

Very good! Great! Let’s check:

Snowman

Snowflake

Candle

Christmascard

Stocking

Turkey

Christmascracker

Christmasdinner

Present

Angel

Christmastree

Sleigh

Star

Reindeer

Santa

Christmascake

Bell

(Children do the word search for 5 min, the winner gets a little present from the teacher)

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Now we will read what Christmas means for people in the UK

I divide you in 3 groups of 4 people (group 1, group 2, group 3)

Take your text, please (give a set of text to each group of pupils)

Now each member of the group is going to read one or two paragraphs. When you have all finished reading your paragraph, explain it to the rest of the group then answer these questions together, write down your answers, please. (hold over the questions)

(Name), Tell me in Russian, please, what you are going to do. – the Pupil repeat the task in Russian.

You have got 10 min for reading and answering the questions, start!

(Children read and do the task) Enclosure 3

Stop, please, let’s check:

Questions:

  • What are the origins of Christmas?

  • Who gives cards and presents at Christmas?

  • What do you know about Father Christmas?

  • What is the Christmas number one (clue: it’s about music)?

  • Does it always snow at Christmas in Britain?

  • What do people eat at Christmas in the UK?

  • Do British people really like Christmas?


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Now say if the sentences are true or false:



1. Some modern Christmas traditions date from Roman times.

2. British people send money to friends, family, colleagues, classmates and neighbours at Christmas.

3. Gold, frankincense and myrrh are popular Christmas presents for young people in the UK.

4. Santa Claus is another name for Father Christmas.

5. ‘Killing in the name’ won number one position in the UK music charts one Christmas.

6. It doesn’t always snow at Christmas in Britain.

7. A Christmas cracker is a type of dessert.

8. Only Christians celebrate Christmas.


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I would like you to make acrostic puzzle with Christmas words. That means you put as many words in a word puzzle as you can, for example (show the beginning of a word puzzle for children on the board , starting with the word CHRISTMAS, then PRESENTS, SNOW). Is it clear?

Make it at home.

Your home task is to make Christmas puzzle


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Do you like the lesson? – Yes

How do they call “Дед Мороз” in the UK? – Father Christmas



Your marks are: ……….



Do stand up, our lesson is over, thank you and Good-bye.





































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Materials of the lesson “Christmas” Enclosure 3

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Christmas

Christmas can mean different things to different people. For many people it means eating a lot and

spending time with family and visiting relatives and friends. For children it often means presents,

presents and more presents!


The origins of Christmas

In ancient times people had mid-winter festivals when the days were short and the nights were very

long. They believed that their ceremonies would help the sun’s power return. The Romans

decorated their homes with green plants in December to remind Saturn, their harvest god, to return

the following spring. In CE440 the Christian church decided that the birth of Christ should be

celebrated every year on December 25th. Some of these ancient customs were adopted by early

Christians as part of their celebrations of the birthday of Jesus Christ. Green plants are still used to

decorate many British homes in December. At Christmas we cover trees (real ones or reusable

synthetic trees) in with shiny balls and flashing lights!





Cards and presents

It’s very common to send Christmas cards to friends, family, colleagues, classmates and

neighbours in the weeks leading up to December 25th. Christmas is traditionally a time for helping

other people and giving money to charities. Many people send charity cards; where a percentage of

the cost of each card goes to charity. People send fewer cards than in the past as they now send

Christmas greetings by email or via Facebook. Christmas presents are reserved for close friends

and family. Traditionally the giving of a gift is symbolic of the three wise men giving their gifts of

gold, frankincense and myrrh to the baby Jesus. Popular presents for young people in the UK in

recent years include a Smart phone, a Playstation Move and 80’s retro fashion.


Father Christmas (or Santa Claus)

Every year small children tell Father Christmas (also known as Santa Claus) exactly what presents

they would like to receive. They can write him letter with a list of requests or they can visit him

personally in one of the large department stores across Britain in the weeks before Christmas. On

the night of December 24th Father Christmas travels through the sky on a sleigh pulled by magic

reindeers and delivers presents to children across Britain. How does he enter the children’s

houses? Via the chimney of course!



The Christmas number one

Every year, for a few weeks around Christmas time, the UK music charts go mad. Groups and singers

who normally make cool music create a song that they hope will be number one on Christmas Day.

The Christmas number one single is written about in newspapers, talked about on the radio and

people can even bet money in betting shops to see which song will win the race. In the last ten years,

the Christmas number one has been dominated by singers who have won reality television

competitions. One year ‘Rage Against the Machine’ started a Facebook campaign to be the first group

with a Christmas number 1 with a download only song. They won their anti- corporate campaign with

the song ‘Killing in the name’.



Snow

Snow at Christmas is part of British culture. You often see it on Christmas cards, you can buy fake

snow to decorate your house and there are even songs about snow at Christmas. There was lots of

snow last winter in the UK so man y people enjoyed a white Christmas. People can bet on whether it

will snow or not on December 25th at betting shops around the country.




Turkey and crackers

Christmas dinner is usually eaten at midday or early afternoon. It traditionally includes roast turkey,

vegetables and potatoes. There are also lots of alternatives to the turkey dinner for vegetarians who

prefer a meat-free Christmas. Dessert is a rich, fruity cake called Christmas pudding. Traditionally a

Christmas cracker is placed next to each person. When you pull the cracker with the person next to

you, you hear a loud ‘bang!’ and a paper hat, a joke and a s mall gift fall from the cracker. You have to

wear the hat, tell the joke to the other people at the table and keep the gift.


Christmas means…..

Does everyone like Christmas? These comments from young Brits reflect some of the wide range of

opinions about Christmas in the UK:


Yasmeen, 20, Liverpool: Christmas to me means catching up with your family and having a laugh.

Last of all opening your presents.


Ruby, 15, London: It’s too commercial. There are too many adverts trying to get everyone to spend

their money.


James, 13, Crediton: Bringing all your family together, having a laugh, giving presents and eating

loads of delicious foods. YUM! YUM!


Tony, 18, Bakewell: The shops start selling Christmas cards in September! That’s 3 months before

Christmas. Ridiculous!


Claire, 22, Derby: I work for a charity that gives food to homeless people every Christmas. These

people have no home or family so we try to make December 25th a happy day for them.


Charlie, 15, Canterbury: I think Xmas is as much about giving as it is getting. I also think it's a time for

the whole family to get together and enjoy being with each other.


Alisha, 16, Manchester: I think that Christmas is a religious time, not just for Christians but for Jews

and Muslims too. I celebrate the season the Christian way.
























Materials of the lesson “Christmas” Enclosure 4


Questions to the text:


What are the origins of Christmas?

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Who gives cards and presents at Christmas?

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What do you know about Father Christmas?

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What is the Christmas number one (clue: it’s about music)?

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Does it always snow at Christmas in Britain?

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What do people eat at Christmas in the UK?

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Do British people really like Christmas?

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