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Презентация по английскому языку на тему "Пасха" (5-6 классы)
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Easter. Easter is a Christian holy day in March or April when Christians remember the death of Christ and his return to life. At Easter people usually exchange dyed eggs. The date of Easter is always celebrated on a Sunday between 22 March and 25 April according to the Gregorian calendar.
On Good Friday bakers sell hot cross buns . Hot Cross Buns. Hot cross buns, Hot cross buns, One a penny, Two a penny, Hot cross buns. If you have no daughters Give them to your sons. One a penny, Two a penny, Hot cross buns. Hot Cross Buns with their combination of spicy, sweet and fruity flavours is an Easter tradition. The pastry cross on top of the buns symbolises and reminds Christians of the cross that Jesus was killed on. A Hot Cross Bun Ceremony takes place each Good Friday.
When Easter comes… (Воскресение, Распятие, Исповедь, Пепел, Пост, Равноденствие, Листья пальмы) The Resurrection- the return of Jesus Christ to the life after his death on the cross. The Crucifixion- the death of Christ on the cross. Ash- the soft grey powder. Lent- a period of fasting. Equinox- 1 of 2 times in a year when night and day are of equal length. Confession- when you tell a priest or God about the bad things you have done. Palms- large pointed leaves of a tropical tree which grows near beaches.
Easter eggs. Originally Easter eggs were painted with bright colours to represent spring. In England on Easter morning children search the eggs that Easter Bunny had hidden while they were asleep. Ukrainians decorate eggs called «pysanki». The Armenians decorate eggs with pictures of Christ and the Virgin Mary. In parts of Germany and Austria green eggs are used on Holy Thursday. The Romans celebrated the Easter season by running races on oval track and giving eggs as prizes.
Butterfly – the symbol of of Easter. The Butterfly is one of the significant symbols of Easter. Its whole life cycle is meant to symbolize the life of Jesus Christ. The first stage is the caterpillar, which stands for His life on Earth. Second phase begins from the cocoon stage, portraying the crucifixion and burial of Jesus. The third and final stage is the butterfly, representing His raising from the dead in a glorified body and peace.
Easter Parade. Each year the capital city of Britain greets spring with a spectacular Easter Parade in Battersea Park. The great procession, or parade, begins at 3 p.m. The parade consists of many decorated floats. At the rear of the parade is usually the very beautiful float richly decorated with flowers.
Shrove Tuesday. The Olney pancake race is now run from the Market Place to Church. when the large bronze 'Pancake Bell' is rung from the Church at 11.55 am. Competitors must wear a traditional housewife's costume (a skirt, an apron, head covering – scarf) and carry a frying pan containing a pancake. They race a distance of 415 yards (375-metres)
Egg rolling. "Egg rolling" is an old Easter game, traditionally played on Easter Monday. Children roll eggs down a grassy slope and the first egg to reach the bottom without breaking is the winner. If the eggs reach the bottom without breaking it is said to bring good luck.
Solve the puzzle. Across: 1You cook pancakes in this. 2…Wednesday is the first day of Lent. 3 The time from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday. 4 A competition in which people compete to run fastest and finish first. 5 When you do not eat fat food or go without food, you… 6 Pancakes are made from flour,…,and eggs. 7 The British give each other chocolate Easter… on Easter Sunday. Down: 1 A round of thin batter cooked on both sides in a frying pan.. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Easter poems. Finding a treat. (find, stop, there, eat, everywhere) Hippity hop, hippity hop, Will the Easter Bunny…? Will he leave a treat behind An Easter basket for me to…? I`ll look over here, I`ll look over… I`ll look behind things, I`ll look … I`ll look until I find my treat, And then I`ll sit right down and…
Complete the sentences. 1 Ash Wednesday is the day when Lent A) ends B) begins 2 Lent is the period when Christians A) eat rich food B) fast 3The British cook and eat pancakes A) at Ash Wednesday B) the day before Ash Wednesday 4 Pancakes are made from A) flour, milk, eggs B) flower, milk, eggs 5 Pancakes are A) fried in a hot pan B) baked in an oven 6) During pancake races people A) run eating a pancake from a pan B) run tossing a pancake in the pan (1-b, 2-b, 3-b, 4-a, 5-a, 6-b)
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