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Сценарий праздника ко Дню Благодарения

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THANKSGIVING PARTY (Grades 6-11) O.V.Makarova

Chingachguk-the-Sharp-Claw (+ 3 more Indians)

Pilgrim 1

Pilgrim 2

Pilgrim 3

Presenter 1

Presenter 2

The Governor William Bradford


Chingachguk-the-Sharp-Claw :
Ladies and gentlemen! I am Chingachguk-the-Sharp-Claw and these are my people. We are glad to welcome you at this place today.
(Приветственные жесты индейцев.) 
Звучит музыка. Входят ученики в костюмах пилигримов. Приветствуют
гостей
Pilgrim 1: We are newcomers and have come from England. We sailed to America on the ship “Mayflower”. We are glad to welcome you. 
Pilgrim 2 Thanksgiving Day is national American holiday. People celebrate Thanksgiving Day on the fourth Thursday of November. The history of Thanksgiving Day came from 1621 when Indians helped Pilgrims.

Pilgrim 3

Do you know the story

Of the first Thanksgiving Day

Founded by our Pilgrim Fathers

In that time so far away?

They had given for religion

Wealth and comfort – yes, and more –

Left their homes and friends and children

For unknown barren shore.

We shall never know the terrors,

That they faced years ago,

But for all their struggles gave us,

We our gratitude can show.

And the children of New England

If they feast or praise or pray

Should bless God for those brave Pilgrims,

And their first Thanksgiving Day.


Presenter 1:
Dear Indians and Pilgrims! Dear children! Welcome to our Thanksgiving party!

Presenter 2: The Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving Day in 1621. They came from England on board” the Mayflower”.

(На корабле, который вырезан из картона, стоит группа ребят. Название корабля «Mayflower». Один в середине гребет ручкой, изображая, что все плывут на корабле.)

Pilgrim 2

My country, 'tis of thee,
Sweet land of liberty,
Of thee I sing:
Land where my fathers died,
Land of the pilgrims' pride,
From every mountainside
Let freedom ring.

Song «My Bonnie is Over the Ocean» (grade 6)

My Bonnie is over the ocean.
My Bonnie is over the sea.
My Bonnie is over the ocean.
Oh, Bring back my Bonnie to me.

Bring back.
Bring back.
Bring back my Bonnie to me, to me.
Bring back my Bonnie to me, to me.

Last night as I lay on my pillow
Last night as I lay on my bed
Last night as I lay on my pillow
I dream’d that my Bonnie was dead.

Presenter 1: When Pilgrims came to America, they had no houses to live in, no food to eat. The only people they met were Indians and they helped the Pilgrims. Native Indians taught them how to plant, to fish and to hunt. The crops did well, and the Pilgrims had a great harvest. They were thankful and decided to celebrate with a Thanksgiving feast.

Presenter 2: They prepared a dinner of turkey, corn, beans, and pumpkins. They invited their Indian friends to share this feast. The Indians brought food to the feast, too (they even brought popcorn!).

Presenter 1: Meet the Governor William Bradford

The Governor William Bradford : We have gathered a rich harvest. Nobody will be hungry this winter. Oh, thanks God! (складывает руки в молитве).

Dear Lord, on this Thanksgiving Day

With grateful hearts we bow and pray

For blessing given from our birth

Exceeding way beyond our worth

For friends who’ve proven to be true;

For pets, which count as friendship too.

For home and country, health and love

All sent to us from Heaven above.


Lord, please, continue to be near

And guide us through another year. ( by Carol Neumann)



Presenter 2: Americans still celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the fall. Turkey is the main dish and pumpkin pie is the most popular dessert.

T is for turkey on Thanksgiving Day,
H is for “Hurry, I’m hungry!” we say.
A is for Auntie, she works and she mends,
N is for Native American friends.
K is for kitchen, the oven’s on low,
S is for silverware, set in a row.
G is for Grandma, the one we love most,
I is for inside, where we’re warm as toast.
V is for vegetables, eat them we try,
I is for ice cream on top of the pie.
N is for never do we have enough dressing,
G is for Grandpa, who gives thanks for our blessings.

Presenter 1 : Listen to traditional menu on this day.

Thanksgiving Menu:
-Roast turkey 
- cranberry jelly
- potatoes
-pumpkin pie
- corn
-apple cider
-ice-cream
- nuts
- pork


Стихотворение «Apple Pie».

Apple pie,
pumpkin pie,
turkey on the dish!
We can see
we can eat
everything we
wish, wish, wish, wish.

Grandma's here,
Grandpa's here,
cousins bright and gay
Aunts and uncles
share with us this good Thanksgiving
day, day, day, day.

Thank you, God,
thank you, God,
for good things to eat
Thank you also

for this day
then we with friendly hearts 
do meet, meet, meet.

Presenter 2: We are thankful to our nearest and dearest for many things.

Happy Thanksgiving for everyone! Be joyful! Be thankful! Give thanks!



Song ( на мелодию песни“I just called to say I love you”)


Thanksgiving Day we celebrate

And our holiday is very-very great.

We give you thanks for everything

For English lessons, information and for dreams!


We just want to say

We love you.

We just want to say

How much we care

We just want to say

We love you

And we need it

From the bottom of the hearts!


Presenter 1: Let’s celebrate Thanksgiving Day with plenty of dishes you’ve cooked. 







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