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Read the poem written by Shakespeare and guess the name of the holiday and the topic of our lesson. The Witches Caldron "Eye of newt, and toe of frog, Wool of bat, and tongue of dog" "Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting, Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing" "For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth boil and babble" "Double, double, toil and trouble, Fire burn, and caldron bubble" William Shakespeare
Look at these pictures. Which one do we associate with the topic and why?
Halloween Halloween is a festival that takes place on October 31. In the United States children wear costumes and masks and go trick or treating.
Jack – o’lanterns Many of them carve lanterns from pumpkins. Popular activities are fortune telling, telling stories about witches and ghosts.
Trick or treating The main Halloween activity for children is trick or treating. Children dress in costumes and masks and go from door to door saying "trick or treat".
Treats The neighbours give children such treats as candy, fruit and pennies so that children do not play tricks on them.
Jack o‘ lanterns Jack o‘ lanterns are hallowed out pumpkins with face carved into one side. Most jack o‘ lanterns contain a candle inside.
Irish legend An Irish legend says that jack-o'-lanterns are named after the man called Jack.
Jack He could not enter heaven because he was a miser, and he could not enter hell because he had played jokes on devil. As a result, Jack has to walk on the earth with his lantern until Judgment Day.
Fortunetelling Fortunetelling is an important part of Halloween. For example, a coin, a ring, and a thimble were baked into a cake. It was believed that the person who found the coin would become wealthy.
Ring and thimble The one who found the ring would marry soon. And the person who found the thimble would never get married.
Ghosts and witches People once believed that there were many ghosts and witches on the Earth and that they met on October 31 to worship the devil.
Halloween Today, people do not believe in ghosts and witches but they like to tell stories about them on Halloween.
There's a house upon the hilltop We will not go inside For that is where the witches live, Where ghosts and goblins hide. Tonight they have their party, All the lights are burning bright, But oh we will not go inside The haunted house tonight.
Repeat these words after me:
Ex 2a p 68 What do you think the story is about? How the people feel in each picture? Ex 2a p 68
Ex 2a p 68 1- Ds 2- t 3-t 4-f
ex 4 a p 69 1 was 2 decided 3 had 4 got 5 knocked 6answered 7 opened 8 heard 9 jumped 10 turned 11 saw 12 rushed 13 introduced 14 shouted 15 walked 16 gave 17 died 18 said
. Ex6 p 69 1 d 2 b 3 c 4 e 5 a
Match the words to their translations. 1 a ghost 2 treat 3 a huge creature 4 to introduce 5 puzzled 6 scared 7 naughty 8 to rush A огромное создание B представлять C удивленный D привидение E испуганный F угощение G мчаться H непослушный
KEYS 1- d 2-f 3-a 4- b 5-c 6-t 7-h 8-g
Now you are the café. Read the menu. Do you like it? Choose one of the dish. Halloween Witches Brew Chocolate Spiders Gingerbread Ghosts Scary Faced Pizzas Halloween Mix Coco Lanterns Vampire Punch Witches Fingers Night Crawlers Candied Apples Pumpkin Chips
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