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Сценарий вечера английского языка



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Сценарий вечера английского языка



English party

1. Leader: Good evening, dear boys and girls, teachers and our quests! Now we shall begin our English party. First comes the song «Yesterday» performed by the pupils of Class 9B and Class 10.

Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away

Now it looks as though they're here to stay

Oh, I believe in yesterday.



Suddenly, I'm not half to man I used to be,

There's a shadow hanging over me.

Oh, yesterday came suddenly.



Why she had to go I don't know she wouldn't say.

I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday.



Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play.

Now I need a place to hide away.

Oh, I believe in yesterday.

2. Leader: The poem «Do you know Mary?» will be recited by Denis Shatkovsky, the pupil of Class 4.

Do you know Mary?

Mary who?

Mary McDonald.

Of course I do.

Do you know her parents?

Yes, of course I do.

I know her father

And her mother, too.

Do you know her grandparents?

Yes, of course I do.

I know her Grandpa

And her Granny, too.

Do you know her cousin?

Yes, of course I do.

I know her nieces

And her nephews, too.

3. Leader: The pupils of Class 5 will act out the rhyme «Three little kittens».

Three little kittens they lost their mittens,

And they began to cry,

Oh, mother dear, we sadly fear

Our mittens we have lost.

What! lost your mittens, you naughty kittens!

Then you shall have no pie.

Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

No, you shall have no pie.

The three little kittens they found their mittens,

And they began to cry,

Oh, mother dear, see here, see here,

Our mittens we have found!

Put on your mittens, you silly kittens,

And you shall have some pie.

Purr-r, purr-r, purr-r,

Oh, let us have some pie.

The three little kittens put on their mittens,

And soon ate up the pie;

Oh, mother dear, we greatly fear

Our mittens we have soiled.

What! soiled your mittens, you naughty kittens!

Then they began to sigh,

Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

Then they began to sigh.

The three little kittens they washed their mittens,

And hung them out to dry;

Oh! mother dear, do you not hear,

Our mittens we have washed!

What! washed your mittens, then you’re good kittens,

But I smell a rat close by.

Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

We smell a rat close by.

4. Leader: And now you will see the sketch «The two goats» performed by Class 6A.

Characters: the Story-teller, White goat, Black goat.

Story-teller: Look! Here is a river. And this is a narrow bridge over the river. This Black goat wants to cross the river and this White goat wants to cross the river. In a minute the two goats will meet on the bridge. What will they do?

White goat: Let me pass!

Black goat: No, you let me pass!

White goat: Take care!

Black goat: No, you take care!

They are coming up to one another.

White goat: Look! My horns are long! I can push you into the river!

Black goat: My horns are very strong! I can push you into the river!

White goat: Let me pass or I'll push you into the river!

Black g о a t: I'll push you into the river. Let me pass!

They begin to fight and fall down.

Story-teller: Look! The White goat and the Black goat are in the river!



5. Leader: Now comes the fairy-tale «The hen and the rose» performed by Class 6B.

There was a beautiful rose in a beautiful garden. Every morning she looked at the sun and smiled. But one morning when the sun came out he was surprised to see that his friend, the rose looked sad. He wanted to know what was the matter.

Dear Rose,” said the sun, “why do you look so sad?”

Oh dear!” answered the rose? “I am so unhappy because an ugly worm is eating my leaves and will not go away.

The sun felt very sorry for the rose. “I will not shine,” he said, “until Rose is happy.” So he hid behind a cloud.

The wind came along. ”Father Sun,” he cried,” why are you not shining today?”

Rose is so unhappy,” answered the sun. “An ugly worm is eating her leaves and he will not go away. I will not shine until Rose is happy.”

I , too, am so sorry for Rose,” said the wind. “I won’t blow until Rose is happy.”

And the wind stopped blowing.

A bird was surprised when the wind stopped blowing.

Mr. Wind, ” he called,” why have you stopped blowing?”

Rose is so unhappy. An ugly worm is eating her leaves and he will not go away. So Father Sun will not shine, Mr. Wind will not blow until Rose is happy”

I also love Rose,” sang the bird. “I will not sing again until Rose is happy.”

The bird met a hen .

Why do you look so sad? Why aren’t you singing?” said the hen .

Rose is so unhappy. An ugly worm is eating her leaves and it will not go away. So Father Sun will not shine, Mr. Wind will not blow and I will not sing again until Rose is happy”.

Really! Cried the hen . “Please tell me how this will help Rose? If you want to help Rose you must do something for her. Come with me.”

The hen and the bird went to see the rose . The old hen asked no questions. She did not even take the time to say good morning. She looked at the leaves of the rose with her little eyes. She found the worm and ate it.

There, “ she said. “See how I have helped Rose and at the same time had a delicious breakfast.”



6. Leader: Listen to the song «Dancing queen». It will be sung by the pupils of class 10.

Friday night and the lights are low

Looking out for the place to go

Where they play the right music, getting in the swing

You come in to look for a king

Anybody could be that guy

Night is young and the music's high

With a bit of rock music, everything is fine

You're in the mood for a dance

And when you get the chance...



You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen

Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life

See that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen



You're a teaser, you turn 'em on

Leave them burning and then you're gone

Looking out for another, anyone will do

You're in the mood for a dance

And when you get the chance...



You are the Dancing Queen, young and sweet, only seventeen

Dancing Queen, feel the beat from the tambourine

You can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life

See that girl, watch that scene, dig in the Dancing Queen.



7. Leader: Now comes the play «Who stole the Hen? The actors are the pupils of Class 7.

Characters: Woman, an Old Man, villagers — men and women (4—6 people), a Thief.

A hen is standing in the middle of the stage. A man with a bag walks across the stage. He sees the hen, takes it and puts it into his bag.

Thief: What luck! A fine hen! I shall have eggs now! (Runs out.)

Woman (comes in): Chick, chick, chick; where are you? Come here, my little hen! But where is my hen? Chick, chick, chick! No hen! Dear me, somebody has stolen it, yes, somebody has stolen it, I am sure! Oh, what shall I do? What will my children do without eggs?

She begins to cry. Some people come in. The thief comes in with them.

1st Woman: What's the matter?

Woman (crying): Oh, somebody has stolen my hen.

2 nd Woman: That's too bad.

Some women: Too bad... too bad.

1st M a n: I know a man who can help you. He is a very old man, but he is very clever.

2nd Man: Yes, I know him, too! That man will find the thief, I know, I shall bring him here.

He goes out and comes back with an Old Man.

Old Man: What has happened here? Tell me!

Woman (crying): Somebody has stolen my hen!

Old Man: Don't cry, my dear! We shall find your hen. We shall call together all the people of the village. We shall soon find out who stole your hen.

Woman: But the thief won't tell you anything.

Old m a n: He won't have to. My cock will tell me who the thief is.

People: Your cock? How can that be?

Old Man: You will see. My cock is very clever. If the thief touches him with his right hand he will say: "The thief, the thief!"

People: Is that so? Oh, how wonderful!

Old Man: Wait and you will see!

People: That's very interesting... What a clever cock! But it can't be true.

Old Man: Now, my dear neighbours, let us begin. Is everybody here?

People: Yes, everybody is here!

Old Man: Then, please, wait a moment. I shall bring the cock. (He goes away and comes back with a black cock in his hands,) Now, everybody, come up to the cock one after another and stroke him with your right hand! Don't be afraid, he will tell the truth, only the truth!

The people come up to the cock one after another.

1st Man (stroking the cock): I am not afraid to stroke it. I did not take the hen.

2 nd Man (strokes the cock): Nor did I.

1st Woman (strokes the cock): Oh, you good, clever cock! I am not afraid, not a little bit! I'm not a thief!

2nd Woman: Nor am I (strokes the cock).

3rd Woman: Nor am I (strokes the cock).

All the men and women come up to the cock and stroke it one after another. The thief is among them. But he does not stroke the cock's back, he only pretends to do so. At last everybody has stroked the cock.

People: Now, where is the thief? The cock did not say anything. He doesn't know the thief... The cock is foolish...

Old Man: Stop talking! Just wait and see! Now put up your hands everybody. {As the people do so, they see that everybody has one hand black with soot. Only the thief s hands are white.) Now do you see the thief? The man who was afraid to stroke the cock has white hands!

The thief tries to run away, but the people near him do not let him go.

People: Stop the thief! Stop him!

Thief: Oh, I am sorry, I am so sorry! I will give the hen back! Let me go, please! I'll never do it again.

Goes out and comes back with the hen.

Old Man: Let's go home, my dear little cock, and I'll give you some seeds. (Wipes him with a duster.) You are a clever little cock.

8. Leader: The pupils of the 11th Class will sing the song «Have you ever seen the rain?».

Someone told me long ago

There's a calm before the storm

I know - It's been coming for some time

When it's over so they sy

It'll rain a sunny day

I know shining down like water

I want to know

have you ever seen the rain

I want to know

Have you ever seen the rain

comin' down on a sunny day



Yesterday and days before

sun is cold and rain is hard

I know - been that way for all my time

'till forever on it goes

Through the circle fast and slow

I know - and it can't stop I wonder



I want to know

have you ever seen the rain

I want to know

Have you ever seen the rain

comin' down on a sunny day



someone told me long ago

There's a calm before the storm

I know - it's been coming for some time

When it's over so they say

It'll rain a sunny day

I know - shining down like water



I want to know

have you ever seen the rain

I want to know

Have you ever seen the rain

comin' down on a sunny day.



Leader: Our English party is over now. Thank you for your attention. Good-bye, everybody! Please come to our next party.



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