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Праздник Рождества Merry Christmas Подготовила Christmas Traditions and Customs. Christmas is a religious holiday. It is the day on which Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a happy holiday. Families come together to share their happiness, attend church and exchange gifts. Cities and towns in England sparkle with bright lights and decorations. Churches, homes schools, shops and streets are decorated with Christmas trees, colored lights. Santa Claus showing where Jesus Christ was born. The traditional colors for this holiday are red and green. Families prepare for this holiday weeks before. They make special foods. They make and buy gifts. Christmas cards are sent to friends and relatives. Children hang up stockings to receive gifts from Santa Claus. Schools usually have two weeks of vacations together.
The new words Christmas Reindeers Advent Wreath Bells prepare – готовиться Addition – дополнение Candy – конфета Nut - орех hang (hung, hung)– повесить Frost – мороз scatter – разбрасывать Branch – ветка Carols – колядки Turkey – индейка coin – монета hidden – спрятанный Crackers- печенье Ivy-плющ Presents-подарки Santa- святой Yule-святки Cookies Stockings Gifts
«True or False» Game- 1 ‘ POINTS-5 1. The British celebrate Halloween on the 31st of November. (False) 2. In Britain the New Year is not widely celebrated as Christmas. (True) 3. On the sixteenth of February people send postcards to someone they are in love with. (False) 4. A traditional Christmas dinner is roast turkey, roast potatoes and Christmas pudding. (False)
«True or False» Game- 1 1. On Mother’s Day husbands and children help with the meals and washing up. (False) 2. On 25 December people usually have picnics with their friends. (True) 3. The First Foot is the first visitor to enter the house on New Year’s morning. (True) 4. Long ago people in Russia celebrated the New Year on the 1-st of September. (True) Sunflowers are the most common flowers given on St. Valentine’s Day. (False)
Captain`s Quiz – Game-2 Complete the sentences 1. The biggest selling Christmas single of all time is … 2. The largest Christmas cracker was made in Australia and it was … 3. A tradition at Christmas dinner in early England was…. 4. In the USA Christmas trees are now called… 5. A girl in Washington was christened…. 6. The name Santa Claus comes from….… 7. The Christmas tree originated in…. Complete the sentences a)….the Dutch Sinter Klaus, short for Sinter Nicholas or Saint Nicholas. b)…Holiday Trees. c)…the head of a pig prepared with mustard. It was usually followed by roast peacock. d) Bing Crosby’s White Christmas. e) Germany in the 16th century. It was usually decorated with apples. f) Merry Christmas. g) About 46 metres long and 3 metres in diameter. Keys: 1d, 2g, 3c, 4b, 5f, 6a, 7e POINTS-7
Текст для 1 команды Game-3 Текст для 2 команды POINTS-4 Reconstruct the text and write down it. Восстанови текст и напиши его. a carol ['kær(ə)l] 1) весёлая песня 2) рождественский гимн Christ [kraɪst] Христос ChristmascarolsareveryoldsongspeoplesingthemonlyinDecembermostofthesongstellaboutthebirthofChristpeoplesangthesesongsatChristmastimewhentheycouldn’treadorwritesothesongislikeastory ____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ Reconstruct the text and write down it. Восстанови текст и напиши его. a carol ['kær(ə)l] 1) весёлая песня 2) рождественский гимн Christ [kraɪst] Христос easy ['i:zɪ] лёгкo ThemusicisverybeautifulandeasytolearnbyheartinEnglandeverynightbeforeChristmasDayfromDecember17carolsingersgofromhousetohouseandsingChristmassongsitisanoldtradition ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________
Описание к картинкам. (Раздаётся участникам команд по 1 экземпляру на 2х участников.) Name the picture. Подбери картинку и описание; назови предмет на картинке. A cracker is a decorated paper tube that makes a sharp noise (“crack”). Holly is an evergreen plant with prickly dark green leaves and red berries. A decoration (or an ornament) is a thing that helps to decorate New Year trees, rooms, streets, etc. Tinsel is traditionally used at Christmas; it is long and made of shiny metal foil of different colour. You can see it everywhere: in the New Year tree, on the walls and so on. A wreath is a circle made of parts of trees, sometimes with candle and decorations; it is usually placed on the door in the UK and US. A snow globe is a transparent sphere usually made of glass and has a scene of some sort; sometimes you can see the "snow" falls. To activate the snow, you need to shake the globe. Game -6
Christmas Customs Word Search The words can be in any directions and backwards. Game-10 POINTS-10 Answers the Word Search Cake, Candles, Carols, Crackers, Ivy, Presents, Reindeer, Santa, Tree, Yule- logs. C R A C K E R S P I A E F G N T E G B S N I O P R E D O F E D N T D R I V L K I L D S T N E S E R P E E R T H A C L C E S E Y E C T J U B C E R K V I N O Y X N K A R G C A I Y V I C A R O L S R J H M
Christmas Quiz- Game-11 1.This word starts with a “W”. It is the season of the year in which Christmas is celebrated. What is it called? (Winter) 2.This word stars with an “H”. It is the word for a time to celebrate. Christmas is one of these. What is it? (Holliday) 3.This word starts with an “S”. It is a white form of water that sometimes falls in cold parts of the world during winter. What is it? (Snow) 4.This word starts with “S”. It is the roly-poly character that you can make out of snow. What is it called? (Snowman) 5.This word starts with a “T”. This is the symbol of Christmas. Some people put one of these in their houses and decorate it with lights, angels, and candy cane. What is it? (Christmas Tree) 1.This word starts with an ”N”. This cold, far-away area is where Santa lives. What is it called? (North Pole) 2.This word starts with a “G”. These decorated cookies are made in the shape of little people. What are they called?(Gingerbread) 3.This word starts with a “R”. These animals pull Santa’s sleigh. What are they called? (Deer-Rudolph, Grinch, Dasher, Prancer, Vixen, ) 4.This word starts with an “H”. This plant is another symbol of the season. It has red berries and shiny leaves with sharp points. What is it called? (Holly) 5.This word starts with a “C”. Many people send these paper items to their friends and family at Christmas time, with a note of friendship and good wishes. What is one of these called? (Christmas card) Questions: POINTS-5
Песня “Jingle, Bells!” Dashing through the snow In a one-horse open sleigh Down the hill we go Laughing all the way. Jingle, Bells! Jingle, Bells! Jingle all the way! Oh, what fun it’s to ride In a one-horse open sleigh. Bell on bobtail ring, Making spirits bright. Oh, what fun it’s to ride and sing A sleighing song tonight. Jingle, Bells! Jingle, Bells! Jingle all the way! Oh, what fun it’s to ride In a one-horse open sleigh.
Christmas Traditions and Customs.●
Christmas is a religious holiday. It is the day on which Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is a happy holiday. Families come together to share their happiness, attend church and exchange gifts. Cities and towns in England sparkle with bright lights and decorations. Churches, homes schools, shops and streets are decorated with Christmas trees, colored lights. Santa Claus showing where Jesus Christ was born. The traditional colors for this holiday are red and green. Families prepare for this holiday weeks before. They make special foods. They make and buy gifts. Christmas cards are sent to friends and relatives. Children hang up stockings to receive gifts from Santa Claus. Schools usually have two weeks of vacations together.
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