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Сценарий мероприятия по английскому языку "Books, books, books..."



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Books,

Books,

Books…”


1st Compere: Dear guests! You are welcome to our English party dedicated to a wonderful world of books. Books surround us everywhere: when we study at school, when we borrow them from the library, when we stay at home and at bookshops, when we buy books for reading.


2nd Compere: Right you are. We read books for information when we study and for pleasure when we take delight in reading. But what do books mean to us? Now we are going to find out the answer to the question “Why do people enjoy books and reading?”


(A group of children comes onto the stage. They recite the poem in dialogue).


Books”


Pupil 1: Books are full of many things

That I would like to know.

Pupil 2: Books are full of greatest men

That lived long, long ago.

Pupil 3: Books are about the countries

That I would like to see.

Pupil 4: Books are full of nice people

That I would like to be.

Pupil 5: Books are full of children

That I would like to meet.

Pupil 6: Books are full of sweet fruit

That I would like to eat.

Pupil 7: Books are full of mountains

That can be high or low.

Pupil 8: Books are full of flowers

That I would like to grow.

Pupil 9: Books are full of some trips

That I would like to take.

Pupil 10: Books are full of nice things

That I would like to make.

Pupil 11: Books are full of good songs

That I would like to sing.

All together: Books are our best friends

As people often say.

(Входит девочка. На платье её прикреплена раскрытая книга с перепачканными страницами. За ней входит мальчик).


Girl: Im the book that Betty read

At her table an hour ago.

She’s left me standing on my head

And where she is I don’t know.


Just look at this dirty, dirty page!

Dear me! What shall I do?

Though I love girls of Betty’s age,

I won’t stay with Betty Blue.


Boy: Since books are friends

They need much care.

When you’re reading them,

Be good to them and fair!


Use book-marks, children,

To hold your place!

And don’t you turn a book

Upon its clear face!




All together: Remember, children, then:

Books are meant to read,

Not to cut or colour them-

No, really, never indeed!


1st Compere: There are many songs about books too, aren’t there? You can sing one of them I think. Let’s relax and dramatize a song.


(Выходят папа, мама, бабушка и мальчик, берут стулья и садятся читать книги. Остальные ребята поют).


Father is going to read a book”.


Father is going to read a book,

So, he won’t play with me.

Mother is busy with her cook-book,

So, she won’t play with me.


Dear me! Dear me!

No one is going to play with me.

Dear me! Dear me!

No one is going to play.


Granny is going to read a book,

So, she won’t play with me.

David is busy with his textbook,

So, he won’t play with me.


Dear me! Dear me!

No one is going to play with me.

Dear me! Dear me!

No one is going to play.


2nd Compere: The poets consider that books are human wisdom. Listen to the poem by Adelaide Love “A book”.

A book, I think, is very like

A little golden door,

That takes me into places,

I’ve never been before.

It takes me into fairy lands

Or countries near and far.

But best of all, the golden door

Always stays ajar.


1st Compere: And next comes “A talk about books”. The characters are the teacher and a girl, Janet Brooks by name.


Teacher: Tell me, Janet Brooks,

What do you think of books?


Janet: Books are like sandwiches

Between the front and back.

Something good, but not food,

Writers and poets often pack.


Teacher: Well, and what do they pack

Between the front and back?


Janet: Stories and tales,

Poems and fables.

That children like to read

Sitting at their tables.



2nd Compere: Books are meant to read but we can also use them to make plays.


(Выходит библиотекарь).


The librarian: Dear guests! I’m a librarian. Now have a look at this book. It was written many years ago by a famous American writer Mark Twain.

And now let’s look into the shop window.

(Девочка подходит к прилавку с книгами, где стоит продавец).


Girl: Hello! Is this a book-shop?

Book-seller: Yes, it is, and I’m a book-seller. What can I do for you?


Girl: Have you got a book by Mark Twain? I’d like to buy it.


Book-seller: I’m sorry, little girl, but I have no Mark Twain today. I have Pushkin, Gogol, Turgenev and others.


Girl: But Mummy says that book-sellers always have Mark Twain’s books.


Book-seller: I told you that I have no books by Mark Twain today, little girl.


Girl: But Mummy says that book-sellers always have Mark Twain’s books. Here is the money for a book by Mark Twain.


Book-seller: Little girl, I have no books by Mark Twain!


Girl: But Mummy says that…


Book-seller: Go away, little girl!

Girl: But Mummy says…


Book-seller: I tell you, go away, little girl!


( Девочка убегает).


The librarian: Don’t cry, little girl! Of course, it’s a great pity that you failed to buy a book by Mark Twain. But I think it will be interesting for you to see one of his scenes now. It’s “A present that made her cry”. Try and remember, please, your economics lessons and say who feeds the urban population of America. Of course, farmers. Let’s drop in at one of the farms.


Story-teller: Once upon a time, a very long time ago, there lived a young farmer (выходит фермер) with his old father and mother (под руку выходят родители) and his wife (выходит жена).They didn’t know anything about many things which we have in our houses today. They were very poor, so once the young man decided to go and look for work. (На плече у фермера рюкзак, родные провожают его). He was lucky and after a time he came home with rich presents for everybody. (Входят фермер с сумкой и его родственники. Фермер всех обнимает и вытаскивает из сумки подарки).


Young farmer: Here is a present for you, Mother (даёт кошелёк). And this is for you, Father (даёт шапку). This is for you, my dear wife (даёт шёлковое платье). (All in unison) Thank you, my dear son! Thank you, my dear son! Thank you, my dear husband!


Mother: Now, let’s go and have a dinner.


(Все уходят, коробка остаётся на столе. Входит жена.)


Wife: I’m so happy! And what else is there in this box? My husband says he has some more presents for us. (Открывает коробку, достаёт вещи и вдруг отступает в ужасе.)Oh, good Heavens! My husband has brought a beautiful girl! He doesn’t love me any more! (Плачет; входит отец).


Father: Now, now, don’t cry. Perhaps you’re wrong. Let me have a look at that girl (смотрит в коробку). But there is no girl here at all! It’s a man in the box! Not very young, but quite strong and handsome. Stop crying, my dear! (успокаивает её; входит мать.)


Mother: What has happened here? My daughter, why are your eyes so red? Were you crying?


Father: Yes, she was, but for no reason. Our son has brought a handsome old man with him, and our daughter thought it was a girl. Ha-ha-ha!


Mother: A man? What man? Where?


Father: Here, in this box.


Mother: Let me see him (смотрит в коробку) Oh, but it isn’t a man! It is an old and a rather ugly woman!


Father: Woman? Let me look again! (смотрит в коробку). A man, of course, it’s a man!


Mother: Let me see! (смотрит). A woman! Do you think I can’t tell a man from a woman? (начинают кричать)

- It’s a man!

- It’s a woman!


Wife: Let me look now! (начинает плакать). Oh, you are wrong! It’s a girl, so young and beautiful! Oh, dear!


(Входит фермер).


Young farmer: What’s all this noise about?


They are arguing: - A handsome man!

  • An ugly old woman!

  • A pretty young girl!


Young farmer: Oh, I see what it is (вытаскивает зеркало). Oh, you silly people! It’s a looking- glass.

You each saw yourself in it.

It’s like a piece of glass.

But more valuable for us.

We shall need it now and then

For a woman, for a man.


Mother: We must have it here and there.


Father: When we shave or do our hair.


Wife: Man or wife or baby small-

Our glass reflects them all!


All: Don’t you cry, don’t make a fuss

Now we have a looking- glass!



1st Compere: But there are some pupils who don’t like reading at all.

And they read only before the exams. Let’s look at one of such pupils.


Scene 1


The stage is set with three chairs that stand in line to the left side, and a bench with a pillow that stand in front of the stage. Posters with the names of the books can be stuck to the curtain or walls.

The Lazy Student is reading in various books; some of them are next to him.

Student: Oh, teachers, isn’t it annoying

To read books? They are so boring!!!

Songs, novels – everything’s in English;

It’s difficult just to distinguish.

I pass exams… tomorrow… in the morning…

I can’t remember – it’s so boring!

Who is that Hamlet?

He’s a friend of Desdemona…

His neighbor’s Dr. Watson…

He is a German…

Well, that’s enough,

Some minutes for a sleep.

Or I’ll begin to sob or weep.

Come in, my sweetest dreams!!!


( Student falls asleep on the bench).


Scene 2


(Juliet stands behind the chairs. Romeo stands below (near the stage))


Juliet: O, Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?

Deny thy father and refuse thy name;

Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love,

And I’ll no longer be a Capulet.


Romeo (aside): Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?


Juliet: Thou art thyself, though not a Montague

What’s a Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot,

Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part

Belonging to a man. O, be some other name!

What’s in a name? that which we call a rose

By any other name would smell as sweet;

So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call’d,

Retain that dear perfection which he owes

Without that title. Romeo, doff thy name,

And for that name which is no part of thee

Take all myself.


Romeo: I take thee at thy word:

Call me but love, and I’ll be new baptized;

Henceforth I never will be Romeo.



(Flower Girl appears on the stage. She is not attractive, look silly. She appears singing songs.)


Flower Girl (comes to Romeo): Oh, do buy a flower off me, Captain. I can change half-a-crown. Take this for tuppence. Thank you, sir.


(Romeo buys flowers and throws them to Juliet. Romeo and Juliet leave the stage. Flower Girl sits on the bench sorting her flowers. There is an awful scream offstage “Desdemona!!!” Othello appears onstage, angry.)


Othello (runs to Flower Girl, shouting…): Have you prayed tonight, Desdemona?!

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(Othello strangles Flower Girl, so that she can’t react. Then Othello is going to leave the stage but he meets Robinson Crusoe at the exit.)


Robinson Crusoe ( thinking that Othello is Friday, embraces him and speaks to the audience, Othello shows him that he is not Friday and tries to interrupt him.) I understood him in many things, and let him know I was very well pleased with him. In a little time I began to speak to him, and teach him to speak to me; and, first, I made him know his name should be Friday, which was the day I saved his life…

(They go along the stage as if talking to each other; they sit at the edge of the stage not far from the sleeping Student. Hamlet appears onstage, thoughtful, dressed in a beret, a white shirt, a black cloak and trousers.)


Hamlet (doesn’t mention anyone onstage):


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To be or not to be, that’s the question:

Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind,

To suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,

Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,

Any by opposing end them?

To die – to sleep; no more.




He comes to the chairs where the strangled Flower Girl is. While Hamlet says his words, Sherlock Holmes creeps in; kneeling with a magnifying glass. Mephistopheles promptly rushes onstage, stepping loudly. His clothes are black, his face is white and lips – blue.


Mephistopheles (angrily): Ihr habt mich weidlich schwitzen machen.


Hamlet: Sorry???


Mephistopheles (loudly, with the German accent): I’m fed up with you… Du bist… you are so boring!!!


Hamlet: What is your name?


Mephistopheles (with pride): My name is Mephistopheles!


All the characters are in the middle of the stage. The Lazy Student is still sleeping.


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Mhello_html_mb58608c.jpgy dear sirs, you know, that we were mixed,

Because this student doesn’t like to read.

We are right now in his dreams…

It isn’t easy as it seems

For Sherlock Holmes to solve this case,

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For Flower Girl. It is your book…

Romeo, Juliet come and look:

Your book was written by Shakespeare.

Ihello_html_mf5b583f.jpghello_html_6d876407.jpg wish you happiness, my dear!

Othello, Hamlet, follow, lovers

And give the readers happy hours.

Oh. Mr. Crusoe lost his island!

I hope this book will help to find it…

Mephisto, your book is not here,

So hurry up and disappear…

You see, I play the violin and never use the rhyme.

We rushed into your dreams, it is a sign!


All the characters and Lazy Student sing a song, to the tune of the popular song “My Bonny is over the ocean”.


  1. My books are just standing on bookshelves

That I’m always happy to read.

My favourite’s under my pillow

The English book is what I need.


Refrain: Read books, read books,

They were invented to read, to read.

Read books, read books,

English book is what you need.


  1. The book that was written in English

Improves your knowledge as well.

It teaches you lexics and grammar

And how the English words spell.


1st Compere: Dear guests! Our English party is now over. Hope you’ve enjoyed all our songs, poems and plays about books and literary heroes.


2nd Compere: We hope everybody understands now how important reading is in our life! Books are really great, aren’t they? So, next time we’ll be glad to see you here again.


Altogether: Goodbye, everybody! See you soon!


















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