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Муниципальное образовательное учреждение «Североонежская средняя школа» Плесецкого района Архангельской области Презентация «День Святого Валентина» Выполнила: учитель английского языка первой квалификационной категории Федулова Л. А Североонежск 2015
St.Valentine’s Day План-конспект урока для 9 класса общеобразовательной школы по теме “Holidays”
Цель:познакомить учащихся с особенностями традиционного английского праздника День Святого Валентина Задачи:1.формировать навыки изучающего чтения (reading for detail) 2. практиковать в употреблении в речи лексики по теме «Holidays» 3. расширить потенциальный словарь учащихся за счет новых слов по данной теме 4. формировать умение прогнозировать содержание текста по картинке 5. учить правильно оформлять «валентинки»
Этапы урока Before you read. (Talk about the photograph) Read for detail.( Read the text “ Valentine’s Day”) Understanding new words. Understanding what you read. Correct the sentences. True or false. Talk about it. Look at valentine cards. Make your own valentine card.
Список литературы ИЯШ №1-1997г. Сценарий праздника:” St.Valentine’s Day”. О Великобритании вкратце. Москва, изд-во « Лист»,1999г. Список литературы
Before you read Talk about this photograph. Guess the answers to the questions below. 1.Who are these people? 2.What is the woman holding? 3.What are they celebrating?
Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is always on February 14. It is not a national holiday. On weekdays, schools are open. Banks are open. People go to work. Life goes on as usual, but there is one difference. People give cards and gifts to friends and people they love. They say, “Be my valentine.” There are many kinds of valentine cards. Some people make cards. Most people buy them. Men and women often give each other romantic cards. These cards say,” I love you.” The husband in the picture gave a romantic valentine card to his wife. Children and friends usually give funny or humorous cards. These cards do not say,” I love you.” They are not romantic. Children give cards to there friends at school parties. Flowers and candy are popular gifts on Valentine’s Day. Many people give red roses to people they love. Stores sell chocolates and other candies in heart shapes. Valentine’s Day began long ago. Some people think it started in Roman times. There was a holiday on February 15. On this day, young men chose their sweethearts for the year. For over a thousand years, Valentine’s Day was a religious holiday for Christians. Christians remembered Saint Valentine, a kind priest. He died on February 14,270. Then in the 1300s, February 14 became a special day for love. People gave cards to their sweethearts. They wrote poems on the cards. They drew pictures of cards too. Valentine cards became more and more beautiful. Today Valentine’s Day is not a religious holiday. It is a day for love and friendship. It is also a day for big business. Americans spend millions of dollars on cards and gifts every Valentine’s Day. But money cannot buy love and friendship!
Understanding new words Take turns reading this sentences with a partner. Does A or B have the same meaning as the sentence? Decide with your partner. 1.Men and women often give each other romantic cards. These cards say,” I love you.” a. People in love give romantic cards. b. Friends give each other romantic cards. 2. Flowers and candy are popular gifts on Valentine’s Day. a. Many people give flowers and candy on Valentine’s Day. b. Not many people give flowers and candy on Valentine’s Day. 3. In Roman times there was a holiday on February 15. On this day young men chose there sweethearts for the year. a. On February 15 young men chose their friends for the year. b. On February 15 young men chose their girlfriends for the year. 4. Children and friends usually give humorous cards. a. Children and friends give cards to make people laugh. b. Children and friends give cards to make people cry.
Understanding what you read When is the holiday? Fill in the year. Then write the dates for February. Circle Valentine’s Day. February 20___ Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
True or false Take turns reading this sentences. Is each sentence true or false? Decide with your partner. Put x under true or false. True False 1.Flowers and candy are popular Valentine gifts. 2. The date of Valentine’s Day changes every year. 3.Valentine’s Day is a day for love, friendship and big business. 4.Valentine’s Day is a religious holiday. 5.Valentine’s Day is for children only.
Talk about it What is important in a girlfriend or a boyfriend? Interview your partner about these 10 qualities. Circle 1,2,3 or 4 for each. Which three qualities are the most important? Write your partner’s answers. Then share the answers with the class. Quality Very important Impor- tant Not very import. Not important looks 1 2 3 4 age 1 2 3 4 nationality 1 2 3 4 religion 1 2 3 4 income 1 2 3 4 education 1 2 3 4 honesty 1 2 3 4 Sense of humor 1 2 3 4 kindness 1 2 3 4 romance 1 2 3 4
Look at valentine cards On Valentine’s Day some people make cards for their friends and sweethearts. Others buy cards. Some people put messages in the newspaper for their friends and sweethearts to read. Look at these cards and read these greetings. Roses are red, Violets are blue, Sugar is sweet, And so are you. Happy Valentine’s Day to the one I love with all my heart and soul. You make me the luckiest man in the world. Your Valentine.