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[1] LEADER1:

We can read, we can write.
We can speak and recite.

Poetry is a form of literary art in which language is used to express various emotions. Poetry is a piece of literature written by a poet in verse. Poetry is the language of imagination, feelings and emotions. As one famous Englishman said "Poetry is what makes me laugh or cry or yawn, what makes me want to do this or that or nothing." Poetry is a lot of things to a lot of people.

[2] LEADER 2:

Poetry by Eleanor Farjeon

What is Poetry? Who Knows?
Not a rose, but the scent of the rose;
Not the sky, but the light in the sky;
Not the fly, but the gleam of the fly;
Not the sea, but the sound of the sea;
Not myself, but what makes me
See, hear, and feel something that prose
Cannot: and what it is who knows?

[3] LEADER1: There are many different types of poetry: verses and poems, sonnets and ballads, limericks and rhymes. Today we shall recite poetry for kids: traditional nursery rhymes, limericks, tongue twisters and modern rhymes about kids’ life, friends and pets, school and books.

[4] LEADER 2: A nursery rhyme is a poem for young children in Britain and many other countries. The traditional and well-known rhymes are sometimes classified as Mother Goose. Many, like ‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’ and ‘Humpty Dumpty’, are considered part of British culture.

Contestant 1: Twinkle, twinkle, little star

Twinkle, twinkle, little star
How I wonder what you are
Up above the world so high
Like a diamond in the sky
Twinkle, twinkle, little star
How I wonder what you are.

Contestant 2: Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. 
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again.

[5] LEADER 1:

The Term "Mother Goose" was associated with a mythical teller of nursery rhymes for young children. No one is sure where this name came from. It may be given to a woman who, in early times, kept the village geese and who was the traditional storyteller. Mother Goose rhymes originate from songs, romantic lyrics, proverbs, riddles. In fact, it is fun to read Mother Goose rhymes. Their delightful nonsense and eccentric characters remain with us long beyond childhood.

Contestant 3:

There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
She had so many children, she didn't know what to do;
She gave them some broth without any bread;
Then whipped them all soundly and put them to bed.

Contestant 4:

Hickory Dickory dock
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck one
The mouse ran down
Hickory Dickory dock

Contestant 5:

A wise old owl lived in an oak
The more he saw the less he spoke
The less he spoke the more he heard.
Why can't we all be like that wise old bird?

[6] LEADER 1 Now we have special guests who’ll show us a short scene from Mother Goose Rhymes. Welcome the pupils of class 4 V out of contest. Инсценировка вне участия (ученики 4В класса)


Little mouse, little mouse,
Where is your house?


Little cat, little cat,
I’m a poor mouse,
I have no house.


Little mouse, little mouse,
Come into my house!


Little cat, little cat,
I can’t do that– you want to eat me!

[7] LEADER 2: A tongue-twister is a phrase that is designed to be difficult to articulate properly, and can be used as a type of spoken word game. Some tongue-twisters can be humorous when they are mispronounced, while others simply rely on the confusion and mistakes of the speaker for their amusement value. There are many interesting tongue twisters for children. Here are some of them:

Contestant 6:

Swan swam over the sea,
Swim Swan swim,
Swan swam back again,
Well swam Swan.

Contestant 7:


Whether the weather be fine,
Or whether the weather be not,
Whether the weather be cold,
Or whether the weather be hot,
We'll whether the weather
Whatever the weather
Whether we like it or not.

Contestant 8:

She sells shells on the sea-shore.
The shells that she sells are sea-shells, I'm sure.
For if she sells sea-shells on the sea-shore
Then I'm sure she sells sea-shore shells.

Contestant 9:

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

Contestant 10:

A fly and а flea flew in a flue,
Were imprisoned, so what could they do?
Said the fly to the flea 'let us flee'
‘Let us fly!’ said the flea
So they flew through a flaw in the flue.

Contestant 11:

I thought a thought.
But the thought I thought wasn't the thought I thought I thought.
If the thought I thought had been the thought I thought, I wouldn't have thought so much.

[8] LEADER 1:

A limerick is a kind of a witty, humorous, or nonsense poem. Although there is no real proof, many people think this kind of poem has a connection with the city of Limerick in Ireland. Thousands of limericks have been made up over the years: by famous people, by ordinary people, by poets and non-poets. The subject can be anything– as long as it is funny. It is one of the most popular poetic forms among children.

Limericks always have this form: five lines, a set number of syllables in each line, and rhymes always in the same place. Limericks have been popular since the 19th century when it was popularized by Edward Lear . The fun of the limerick lies in its rhythm and its broad humor.

Contestant 12:

There was a Young Lady whose eyes,
Were unique as to colour and size;
When she opened them wide,
People all turned aside,
And started away in surprise.

Contestant 13:

"There was an old man from Peru 
Who dreamed he was eating his shoe
He awoke in the night
With a terrible fright
To discover it was totally true."

Contestant 14:

There was an old lady of France,
Who taught little ducklings to dance;
When she said, 'Tick-a-Tack!' -
They only said, 'Quack!'
Which grieved that old lady of France.

Contestant 15:

Imagine a skunk who proposes,
To his true love, surrounded by roses.
It may turn out just fine,
When she falls for his line,
But I wonder if flowers have noses? (by Sarah Fanny)

Contestant 16:

The was a Young Lady of Bute,
Who played on a silver-gilt flute;
She played several jigs,
To her uncle's white pigs,
That amusing Young Lady of Bute.

[9] LEADER 2:

Modern poems are also very popular among children. There are so many wonderful modern rhymes to choose from. They are different in writing styles and subject matter. Modern poems for children can be used both for educational purposes and entertainment.

They are widely used in teaching the English grammar, in practising phonetic skills and in memorizing new English words. The choice is so great. They are about toys and pets, about weather and seasons, about studies and rest, about school and holidays, about everything. Now let’s see one of them in the net: http://www.poetry4kids.com/

Contestant 17:

Mrs. Grundy
Washes on a Monday,
Irons on Tuesday,
Shops on Wednesday,
Cooks on Thursday,
Cleans on Friday,
Sews on Saturday,
Rests on Sunday.
This is the tale of Mrs. Grundy.

Contestant 18:

Thirty days has September,
April, June and November;
February has twenty eight alone
All the rest have thirty-one
Except in Leap Year, that's the time
When February's Days are twenty-nine

Contestant 19:

My Teddy Bear

I have got a teddy bear.
It hides from me everywhere.
I look for him and call and call.
Where is it, after all? I can't find it.
Let me see,
It's in my schoolbag,
Ready to go with me!

Contestant 20:

Do You Like Your Toys?

Dear girls and boys, do you like your toys?
Do you brush them, do you clean?
Where do you put them in?
Do you throw them on the floor?
Do they lie near the door?
If you don't like them at all,
Don't waste money, after all!

Contestant 21:

Seven Wonders of the World by Patrick Winstanley

I wonder why the sun is hot
I wonder why it rains a lot

I wonder why the sky is blue
I wonder why a cow goes moo

I wonder why the clouds skip by
I wonder why a bird can fly

I wonder will the lesson end
Before I'm driven round the bend.

Contestant 22:

Important Rules

Here are some rules for you and me,
See how important they can be.
Always be honest, be kind and fair,
Always be good and willing to share.
These are rules we all should know,
We follow these rules wherever we go.

Contestant 23:

My Friend by I. Vereshchagina

I've got a friend, we like to play.
We play together every day.
He always helps me when I'm in need.
For he's my friend, good friend indeed.

Contestant 24:

A Child's Wish by Tom Botling

I want to live and not to die!
I want to laugh and not to cry!
I want to feel the summer sun,
I want to sing, when life is fun.
I want to fly into the blue,
I want to swim as fishes do.
I want to stretch out friendly hands
To all the young of other lands.

[10] LEADER 2:

Our poetic festival has come to an end. We heard a lot of nice pieces of poetry for children, both traditional and modern ones. They were all well-performed and recited and now the jury will have to decide whose performance is the best in three main nominations: the best nursery rhyme, the best tongue twister and the best modern poem.

[11] LEADER 1:

We hope you have enjoyed our poetic party and had a good time. Great thanks to everybody.

В конце мероприятия происходит подведение итогов поэтического конкурса и награждение победителей (памятными грамотами и поощрительными призами-книгами на английском языке).

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