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ПУТЕШЕСТВИЕ ПО ПРАЗДНИКАМ


Мы отправляемся в морское путешествие. Нам с вами предстоит посетить пять островов, на каждом из которых живет один из английских праздников. К сожалению, я не могу сообщить вам тему нашего урока, т.к. сильный ветер унес ее и развеял по пяти островам. И для того чтобы найти ее нам нужно будет на каждом из островов применить свои знания, смекалку и эрудицию. Итак, в путь!

Но наши корабли не могут отправиться в путешествие без капитанов. Те из вас, кто быстро и правильно расставят эти праздники в том порядке, в каком они идут по календарю и станут капитанами кораблей.

    1. New Year’s Day

    2. April Fool’s Day

    3. Guy Fawkes’s Day

    4. St. Valentine’s Day

    5. Christmas

Well, here are the captains of our ships. Let’s have a trip.


  1. This is the first island we are going to visit. Can you guess what the name of this island is?

(ребус)


Well, what’s the name of this island? Right you are! It’s Guy Fawkes’s day!

  1. The Queen of the island gives you some tasks. The 1st of them is to find the hidden words:

fireworks, law, barrel, cellar, bonfire, potato.


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  1. The Queen wants to tell you about this holiday. Listen to her.


It’s a tradition to celebrate Guy Fawkes’s Day. In 1605, a man called Guy Fawkes wanted to blow up the Houses of Parliament because he didn’t like the king. They found Guy Fawkes and killed him. Every year we light fireworks and burn a ‘guy’. You can see bonfires and fireworks. People bring old boxes, newspapers and wood and make bonfires. Children make a guy, a figure of a man, and put it on the top of a bonfire. We eat jacket potatoes and hot dogs and watch the fireworks.


  1. Choose the correct answer:

    1. Bonfire night is

  1. on 4 November

  2. on 5 November

  3. on 5 October

    1. People make

  1. garlands

  2. bonfires

  3. cakes

    1. People make bonfires

  1. near houses

  2. in the streets

  3. in a field

    1. On a Bonfire Night they eat

  1. pumpkins

  2. jacket potatoes and hot dogs

  3. fish and chips

    1. On the bonfire children put

  1. a guy

  2. a pumpkin

  3. a witch


Good pupils! The Queen gives you the key. Here it is:


COUNTRY


Now we can continue our trip.

  1. Now we are going to the 2nd island. You can see its name:









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People that live on this island are very good and funny. There was a storm yesterday and they lost all their knowledge about this holiday. Please, help them and do this test. And they will give you the 2nd key in their turn.


1. Christmastime in Britain begins

a) in December

b) in November

c) in October

2. People buy

a) presents

b) food

c) Christmas trees

d) all of these things

3. There are a lot of Christmas parties for friends

a) in November

b) in December

c) on Christmas Day

4. Children write letters to

a) Santa Claus

b) the Queen

c) Big Ben

5. Christmas is on

a) 25 December

b) 24 December

c) 31 December

6. Children find Christmas presents

a) in their shoes

b) in their stockings

c) under the Christmas tree

7. Traditional Christmas food is

a) turkey and chocolate cake

b) chicken and Christmas pudding

c) turkey and Christmas pudding


Now Santa wants to listen to our song. Let’s sing it together.


(песня «Jingle Bells»)


We have the 2nd key, it’s the word


EVERY


  1. Here is the 3rd island. If you want to land it you must guess the name of it.


( ребус)


So, it is New Year’s Day. And to get the 3rd key you should do some tasks again. The King of this island is Santa Claus. Listen attentively, he describes this holiday.


The British people celebrate New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in England sparkle with bright lights and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are decorated with New Year trees, colored lights and Santa Clauses.

Traditional colors of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They sing and hear many songs.


A snowman must write about this holiday, but he didn’t listen attentively and missed some words. Help him to fill in the gaps.


Sing, England, celebrate, lights, Santa, decorated, colors


The British people New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in sparkle with bright and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are with New Year trees, colored lights and Clauses.

Traditional of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They and hear many songs.


Well done! Santa Claus gives you another key:


HAS



  1. We are going to the other island. Here is the word which helps you to guess the name of this island.


(ребус)


Here lives St. Valentine himself. He wants to tell you about this holiday. He must give us the forth key. Listen to him.


The 14th of February is called St. Valentine’s Day. It is a day of love and friendship. We send greeting cards to our sweethearts and friends and ask them to “Be My Valentine”. We also decorate our classrooms with big red hearts and give red roses and chocolate to our sweethearts, friends and families.



And here is your task. Fill in the gaps, please.

My heart is … a boiling kettle

Your heart is … a diamond

Your lips are … roses

Your eyes are … stars

My love is … the Universe


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As hot as

As bright as

As red as

As endless as


My heart is … fire

Your heart is … ice

Your lips are … hone

Your eyes are … an ocean

My love is … the sky


As cold as

As deep as

As hot as

As sweet as

As wide as

You get the next key! It is the word


CUSTOMS


  1. And this is the last island we are going to visit. Try to find its name, please.



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It is April Fool’s day! Do you know where this tradition comes from? Listen and read this text and find the answer.


The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


Read the text once more and find the sentence that answers the question “When did this tradition start?”

And to get the last key you must decide which of these sentences are true and which ones are April Fool’s jokes.


Write True or Joke


    1. The Queen of England has got two birthdays.


    1. Next year British money is changing.

Robbie Williams is on all the notes.


    1. David Beckham pays 300for a haircut.


    1. In London they are building a new

Big Ben clock with a digital watch face.


    1. In Scotland the national food is sheep’s stomach.


    1. In England you can buy chocolate crisps.



(Key: 1. true 2. joke 3. true 4. joke 5. true 6. true)


You get the key ITS


Now put your keys in the correct order and you will find out the theme of our lesson:


EVERY COUNTRY HAS ITS CUSTOMS.


The lesson is over. See you later.











ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ

  1. New Year’s Day

  2. April Fool’s Day

  3. Guy Fawkes’s Day

  4. St. Valentine’s Day

  5. Christmas


  1. New Year’s Day

  2. April Fool’s Day

  3. Guy Fawkes’s Day

  4. St. Valentine’s Day

  5. Christmas


  1. New Year’s Day

b)April Fool’s Day

c)Guy Fawkes’s Day

d) St. Valentine’s Day

e) Christmas


  1. New Year’s Day

  2. April Fool’s Day

  3. Guy Fawkes’s Day

  4. St. Valentine’s Day

  5. Christmas


  1. New Year’s Day

  2. April Fool’s Day

  3. Guy Fawkes’s Day

  4. St. Valentine’s Day

  5. Christmas


  1. New Year’s Day

  2. April Fool’s Day

  3. Guy Fawkes’s Day

  4. St. Valentine’s Day

  5. Christmas


  1. New Year’s Day

  2. April Fool’s Day

  3. Guy Fawkes’s Day

  4. St. Valentine’s Day

  5. Christmas


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Choose the correct answer:

  1. Bonfire night is

  1. on 4 November

  2. on 5 November

  3. on 5 October

  1. People make

  1. garlands

  2. bonfires

  3. cakes

  1. People make bonfires

  1. near houses

  2. in the streets

  3. in a field

  1. On a Bonfire Night they eat

  1. pumpkins

  2. jacket potatoes and hot dogs

  3. fish and chips

  1. On the bonfire children put

  1. a guy

  2. a pumpkin

  3. a witch


Choose the correct answer:

  1. Bonfire night is

  1. on 4 November

  2. on 5 November

  3. on 5 October

  1. People make

  1. garlands

  2. bonfires

  3. cakes

  1. People make bonfires

  1. near houses

  2. in the streets

  3. in a field

  1. On a Bonfire Night they eat

  1. pumpkins

  2. jacket potatoes and hot dogs

  3. fish and chips

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  1. a guy

  2. a pumpkin

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1. Christmastime in Britain begins

a) in December

b) in November

c) in October

2. People buy

a) presents

b) food

c) Christmas trees

d) all of these things

3. There are a lot of Christmas parties for friends

a) in November

b) in December

c) on Christmas Day

4. Children write letters to

a) Santa Claus

b) the Queen

c) Big Ben

5. Christmas is on

a) 25 December

b) 24 December

c) 31 December

6. Children find Christmas presents

a) in their shoes

b) in their stockings

c) under the Christmas tree

7. Traditional Christmas food is

a) turkey and chocolate cake

b) chicken and Christmas pudding

c) turkey and Christmas pudding



Sing, England, celebrate, lights, Santa, decorated, colors


The British people New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in sparkle with bright and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are with New Year trees, colored lights and Clauses.Traditional of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They and hear many songs.


Sing, England, celebrate, lights, Santa, decorated, colors


The British people New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in sparkle with bright and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are with New Year trees, colored lights and Clauses.Traditional of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They and hear many songs.


Sing, England, celebrate, lights, Santa, decorated, colors


The British people New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in sparkle with bright and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are with New Year trees, colored lights and Clauses.Traditional of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They and hear many songs.


Sing, England, celebrate, lights, Santa, decorated, colors


The British people New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in sparkle with bright and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are with New Year trees, colored lights and Clauses.Traditional of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They and hear many songs.


Sing, England, celebrate, lights, Santa, decorated, colors


The British people New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in sparkle with bright and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are with New Year trees, colored lights and Clauses.Traditional of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They and hear many songs.


My heart is … a boiling kettle

Your heart is … a diamond

Your lips are … roses

Your eyes are … stars

My love is … the Universe


As hard as

As hot as

As bright as

As red as

As endless as


My heart is … fire

Your heart is … ice

Your lips are … hone

Your eyes are … an ocean

My love is … the sky


As cold as

As deep as

As hot as

As sweet as

As wide as


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The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


The 1st of April is April Fool’s Day. Nobody is certain where this tradition comes from, but it is believed to have started when the calendar changed to start in January and not in April. Those people who didn’t know the new system and still thought that the 1st of April was the 1st day of the year were called “fools”. In schools pupils play tricks on teachers and teachers play tricks on their pupils.


Write True or Joke


    1. The Queen of England has got two birthdays.


    1. Next year British money is changing.

Robbie Williams is on all the notes.


    1. David Beckham pays 300for a haircut.


    1. In London they are building a new

Big Ben clock with a digital watch face.


    1. In Scotland the national food is sheep’s stomach.


    1. In England you can buy chocolate crisps.


Write True or Joke


    1. The Queen of England has got two birthdays.


    1. Next year British money is changing.

Robbie Williams is on all the notes.


    1. David Beckham pays 300for a haircut.


    1. In London they are building a new

Big Ben clock with a digital watch face.


    1. In Scotland the national food is sheep’s stomach.


    1. In England you can buy chocolate crisps.


Write True or Joke

    1. The Queen of England has got two birthdays.


    1. Next year British money is changing.

Robbie Williams is on all the notes.


    1. David Beckham pays 300for a haircut.


    1. In London they are building a new

Big Ben clock with a digital watch face.


    1. In Scotland the national food is sheep’s stomach

    2. In England you can buy chocolate crisps.


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ПУТЕШЕСТВИЕ ПО ПРАЗДНИКАМ

 

Мы отправляемся в морское путешествие. Нам с вами предстоит посетить пять островов, на каждом из которых живет один из английских праздников. К сожалению, я не могу сообщить вам тему нашего урока, т.к. сильный ветер унес ее и развеял по пяти островам. И для того чтобы найти ее нам нужно будет на каждом из островов применить свои знания, смекалку и эрудицию. Итак, в путь!

Но наши корабли не могут отправиться в путешествие без капитанов. Те из вас, кто быстро и правильно расставят эти праздники в том порядке, в каком они идут по календарю и станут капитанами кораблей.

a)     New Year’s Day

b)    April Fool’s Day

c)     Guy Fawkes’s  Day

d)    St. Valentine’s Day

e)     Christmas

Well, here are the captains of our ships. Let’s have a trip.

 

1.     This is the first island we are going to visit. Can you guess what the name of this island is?

 (ребус)

 

     Well, what’s the name of this island? Right you are! It’s Guy Fawkes’s day!

a)     The Queen of the island gives you some tasks. The 1st of them is to find the hidden words:

fireworks, law, barrel, cellar, bonfire, potato.

 

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b)    The Queen wants to tell you about this holiday. Listen to her.

 

It’s a tradition to celebrate Guy Fawkes’s Day. In 1605, a man called Guy Fawkes wanted to blow up the Houses of Parliament because he didn’t like the king. They found Guy Fawkes and killed him. Every year we light fireworks and burn a ‘guy’. You can see bonfires and fireworks. People bring old boxes, newspapers and wood and make bonfires. Children make a guy, a figure of a man, and put it on the top of a bonfire. We eat jacket potatoes and hot dogs and watch the fireworks.

 

c)     Choose the correct answer:

1.     Bonfire night is

a)     on 4 November

b)    on 5 November

c)     on 5 October

2.     People make

a)     garlands

b)    bonfires

c)     cakes

3.     People make bonfires

a)     near houses

b)    in the streets

c)     in a field

4.     On a Bonfire Night they eat

a)     pumpkins

b)    jacket potatoes and hot dogs

c)     fish and chips

5.     On the bonfire children put

a)     a guy

b)    a pumpkin

c)     a witch

 

Good pupils! The Queen gives you the key. Here it is:

 

COUNTRY

 

Now we can continue our trip.

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People that live on this island are very good and funny. There was a storm yesterday and they lost all their knowledge about this holiday. Please, help them and do this test. And they will give you the 2nd key in their turn.

 

1. Christmastime in Britain begins

     a) in December

     b) in November

     c) in October

2. People buy

     a) presents

     b) food

     c) Christmas trees

     d) all of these things

3. There are a lot of Christmas parties for friends

     a) in November

     b) in December

     c) on Christmas Day

4. Children write letters to

     a) Santa Claus

     b) the Queen

     c) Big Ben

5. Christmas is on

     a) 25 December

     b) 24 December

     c) 31 December

6. Children find Christmas presents

     a) in their shoes

     b) in their stockings

     c) under the Christmas tree

7. Traditional Christmas food is

     a) turkey and chocolate cake

     b) chicken and  Christmas pudding

     c) turkey and  Christmas pudding

 

Now Santa wants to listen to our song. Let’s sing it together.

 

(песня «Jingle Bells»)

 

We have the 2nd key, it’s the word

 

    EVERY

 

3.     Here is the 3rd island. If you want to land it you must guess the name of it.

 

( ребус)

 

So, it is New Year’s Day. And to get the 3rd key you should do some tasks again. The King of this island is Santa Claus. Listen attentively, he describes this holiday.

 

     The British people celebrate New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in England sparkle with bright lights and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are decorated with New Year trees, colored lights and Santa Clauses.

Traditional colors of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They sing and hear many songs.

 

    A snowman must write about this holiday, but he didn’t listen attentively and missed some words. Help him to fill in the gaps.

 

Sing, England, celebrate, lights, Santa, decorated, colors

 

The British people                            New Year on the 1st of December. Cities and towns in                 sparkle with bright                           and decorations. Homes, schools, shops are                                               with New Year trees, colored lights and                   Clauses.

Traditional                         of this holiday are red and green. People send greetings to each other. They                         and hear many songs.

 

Well done! Santa Claus gives you another key:

 

HAS

 

 

4.     We are going to the other island. Here is the word which helps you to guess the name of this island.

 

(ребус)

 

Here lives St. Valentine himself. He wants to tell you about this holiday. He must give us the forth key. Listen to him.

 

The 14th of February is called St. Valentine’s Day. It is a day of love and friendship. We send greeting cards to our sweethearts and friends and ask them to “Be My Valentine”. We also decorate our classrooms with big red hearts and give red roses and chocolate to our sweethearts, friends and families.

 

 

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