Рабочая карта урока:
Find the ordinal numerals in the poem.
«Five little pumpkins»
Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate,
The first one said: ”Oh, my! It’s getting late!”
The second one said:”There are witches in the air!”
The third one said:”But we don’t care!”
The fourth one said: “Let’s run and run!”
The fifth one said: “I’m ready for some fun!”
Oooo went the wind and out went the light
And five little pumpkins rolled out of sight…
Answer the questions.
Fill the missing information
Answer the test questions:
1. Father Christmas puts presents into the:
a. Basket; b. Stockings; c. Box.
2. Every Year people of Norway give a city of London a
a. State of Snowman; b. Box full of sweets; c. Christmas tree.
3. The symbol of Halloween is a
a. Water-melon; b. Cabbage; c. Pumpkin.
4. On the 14th of February British people usually:
a. Buy animals; b. Send cards; c. Read stories about love.
5. Children dress up as ghost and witches on…
a. Easter; b. Christmas; c. Halloween.
6. What do people do on Easter morning?
a. Buy presents; b. Visit their friends; c. Go to Church.
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Карточка №1 Микротексты
Pair 1: The most popular holiday in Great Britain is Christmas. Every year the people of Norway give the city of London a present. It is a big Christmas tree and it stands in Trafalgar Square. Traditionally people decorate their trees on the 24th of December. People say that at night Father Christmas puts presents into the stockings which children usually hang above their beds.
Pair 2: St. Valentine’s Day is celebrated on the 14th of February. It is not a legal or national holiday. Banks and offices are not closed, but it is a happy little festival for young people. St Valentine is the patron of sweethearts. In that day people send cards, give red roses and presents to the people they love. Valentines are special greeting cards. They are often colored red and have pictures of hearts.
Pair 3: Britain celebrates a wonderful holiday. It is Mother`s Day. There is almost the same holiday on the 8th March in Russia. In Great Britain celebrate Mothering Sunday on the fourth Sunday of March. All the children and adults, come to their mothers, on that day to express their love. Flowers and cakes are the traditional gifts for all mothers in England.
Pair 4: In April there is Easter. Easter means spring, new life after winter, flowers, green trees and young animals. On Easter Sunday people usually go to church. At Easter children eat chocolate Easter eggs. Sometimes parents hide them in the house or in the garden and children have to look for them.
Pair 5: On the 31st of October there is a Halloween. British say ghosts and witches come out on Halloween. On the night of Halloween the children dress as ghosts and visit houses asking money or sweets. Another Halloween custom is to scrape out a pumpkin, cutting eyes, nose and mouth in its side and lighting a candle inside.
Pair 6: There is a special festival in Great Britain – Guy Fawkes Night. According to a calendar, the holiday falls on the 5th of November. On that Day in 1605, Guy Fawkes tried to kill King James I. Kings men found the bomb and took Guy Fawkes to the Tower. Since that day the British celebrate the 5th of November. They burn a dummy, made of straw and old cloths, on a bonfire and let off fireworks.
Карточка №2 Таблица
burn a model of Guy Fawkes
the 14th of February
children dress up as witches
All children and adults express love to their mothers
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