МКОУ «Горшеченская средняя общеобразовательная школа имени Н.И.Жиронкина»
Внеклассное мероприятие по английскому языку: «Travelling Across William Shakespeare ‘ s Places»
Цели внеклассного мероприятия:
Познакомить обучающихся с некоторыми фактами из жизни и творчества великого английского драматурга и поэта Вильяма Шекспира.
Преодоление психологического барьера говорения на английском языке в присутствии аудитории. Развитие театральных, творческих способностей у школьников . Стимулирование творческой инициативы у детей, а также персональных , творческих и познавательных способностей у каждого ребенка.
Совершенствование навыков и умений в общении на английском языке. Расширение лексического запаса по теме: «Выдающиеся люди и их вклад в мировую культуру» «Автобиография» а также различных идиоматических структур английского языка (высказывания, цитаты). Привлечение обучающихся к активной поисково-познавательной деятельности в рамках темы мероприятия. Развитие практических речевых навыков при разучивании материалов проекта. Углубление знаний обучающимися компьютерной грамоты с целью создания презентаций и слайд –фильмов.
Расширение кругозора школьников.
Задачи внеклассного мероприятия:
-формировать интерес у детей к английскому языку;
-отрабатывать произносительные навыки;
-дать возможность каждому участнику проявить свои индивидуальные способности, почувствовать радость участия в большом коллективном деле и ощутить себя личностью нужной и уважаемой;
Оснащение и оборудование внеклассного мероприятия.
Слайд-фильм «Вильям Шекспир» и его техническое проецирование с помощью компьютера и проектора на большом экране.
Teacher: Hello, my dear friends. Today we will speak about some facts from William Shakespeare’s life and creativity.
P1 William Shakespeare,, the greatest poet and dramatist, was born on the 23rd of April, 1954 at Stratford –upon –Avon, in England. Stratford is a small county town in a farming district near the centre of England. The Avon is a pretty river with grass and trees all along its banks.
P2 Not much is known of Shakespeare’s father, John Shakespeare. He was a man of some importance in Stratford. He was one of the town officers and dealer in corn, meat, leather and other products of the farm. He could not write.
P3The poet’s mother, Mary Arden, was one of the eight daughters of Robert Arden, a rich farmer. John Shakespeare and his wife lived in a well-built house. The house is still standing. It is now a museum. William Shakespeare was born here in a small room. He was the eldest son and third child of the marriage William was sent to school at the age of seven. It was the Stratford Grammar school. He studied there for six years and besides reading and writing he was taught Latin and Greek.
P4 In 1582, he married Anne Hathaway, who belonged to a well –respected yeoman family. Anne was eight years older than her husband and it is said that the marriage was not a happy one . On May 26, 1583 their daughter Susanna was born and in February of 1585 their twins named Hamnet and Judith were born.
P5 William Shakespeare lived in Stratford until he was about twenty-one, when he left for London. He arrived in London about the year 1586. William Shakespeare began to work in London holding horses, of those Londoners who came to see the plays at the theatre. Then he became an actor and soon began to write plays for the company of actors to which he belonged.
P6 Without friends, without money, he became known as a writer only in 1593. Shakespeare’s fame rapidly increased after 1594. In all he was the author of over 30 plays, two poems and 154 sonnets. William Shakespeare is called the Bard of Avon.
P7 Very many of his plays were acted in London theatre called the Globe. The Globe was erected in Maiden Lane near the river, and it was approached over a bridge. It was made of timber, and the roof over the gallery was made of thatch . It front of the entrance there was a sign –board on which Hercules bearing the globe upon his shoulders was represented In the public theatres of that time the pit was open to the sky, so that the performance depended entirely upon the weather . Flags were hoisted when a play was to be given, but if the weather suddenly changed for the worse the flags were pulled down and the performance did not take place.
On Thursdays there was no play-acting. It was forbidden by the queen, who enjoyed bear – baiting and cock –fighting.
P8 The Globe was opened to the public in 1599. Almost at once the Globe Company rose to the position of leader ship in the drama for both William Shakespeare and Richard Burbage were now at the height of their powers , It was the golden age of the theatre in England . Most of Shakespeare ‘s plays after 1599 were first performed in the Globe.
P9 William Shakespeare died on the 23rd of April in 1616 at the age of 52 He was buried in a fine old Parish Church at Stratford. On his grave one can see the following inscription;
Good frend for Jesus sake for beare
To digg the dust encloased heare:
Blese be ye man yt spares thes stones,
And curst be he yt moves my bones ( Надпись сделана в современном Шекспиру написании )
Добрый друг! Христа ради Не беспокой прах, который заключен здесь.
Благословен будь, кто пощадит эти камни, Проклят будь тот, кто пошевелит мои кости
P10 It was written by an unknown poet, but these lines give Shakespeare’s own request. That ‘s why Shakespeare’s body was left at Stratford and was not taken to Westminster Abbey where the tombs of many famous English writers and poets are found.
P11 It would be difficult to find a theatre in Russia which has not at some time or other staged Shakespeare’s plays ……Othello, Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, much Ado About Nothing and Twelfth Night are among the plays staged in Russia. The wit and sayings of the English people, English folklore and London life and manners all may be found in Shakespeare’s works.
Quotations from Shakespeare
Better a witty fool than a foolish wit. (Twelfth Night)
Brevity is the soul of wit (Hamlet)
Cowards die many times before their deaths (Julius Caesar)
The fool thinks he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.(As you like it)
There is no darkness but ignorance ( Twelfth Night)
The weakest goes to the wall (Romeo and Juliet)
The wish is father to the thought (King Henry IV)
To be or not to be? That is the question(Hamlet)
Wake not a sleeping wolf (King Henry IV)
We know what we are, but we know not what we may be (Hamlet)
Full many a glorious morning have I seen
Flatter the mountain tops with sovereign eye. Kissing with golden face the meadows green , Golding pale streams with heavenly alchemy, Anon permit the basest clouds to ride with ugly rack on his celestial face, And from the forlorn world his visage hide,
Stealing unseen to west with his disgrace,
Even so my sun one early morn did shine
With al triumphant splendor on my brow
But, out, alack! He was but one hour mine.
The region cloud hath mask ’d him from me now
Yet him for this my love no whit disdains
Suns of the world may stain when heaven’s sun stains
Я наблюдал, как солнечный восход
Ласкает горы взором благосклонным,
Потом улыбку шлет лучам зеленым
И золотит поверхность бледных вод
Но часто позволяет небосвод
Слоняться тучам перед светлым троном
Они ползут над миром омраченным,
Лишая землю царственных щедрот
Так солнышко мое взошло на час
Меня дарами щедро осыпая
Подкралась туча хмурая, слепая
И нежный свет любви моей угас.
Но не ропщу я на печальный жребий,-
Бывают тучи на земле, как в небе .
What needs my Shakespearef or his honour’d Bones,
The labour of an age in piled Stones ,or that his hallow’d religues should be hid
Under a Stary pointing Pyramid?
Dear son of memory, great heir of Fame,
What needs ‘ t thou such weak withes of thy name?
Thou in our wonder and astonishment
Hast built thyself a live-long Monument
For whilst, to th ‘shame of slow-endeavouring art,
Thy easy numbers flow, and that each heart
Hath from the leaves, of thy unvalued book.
Those Delphic lines with deep impression took
Then thou, our fancy of itself bereaving,
Dost make us marble with too much conceiving,
And so sepulchred in such pomp dost lie
That king for such a tomb would wish to die
Нуждается ль, покинув этот мир
В труде каменотесов мой Шекспир,
Чтоб в пирамиде, к звездам обращенной.
Таился прах, веками освященный
Наследник славы, для грядущих дней
Не просишь ты свидетельства камней
Ты памятник у каждого из нас
Воздвиг в душе, которую потряс.
К позору нерадивого искусства
Твои стихи текут, волнуя чувства
И в памяти у нас из книг твоих
Оттиснут навсегда дельфийский стих
Воображенье наше до конца
Пленив и в мрамор превратив сердца,
Ты в них покоишься.
Такую честь бы жизни предпочли
Do you Know Shakespeare?
What girl falls in love with a man before she sees his face or knows his name?
Who looks at his hands and says ‘ ’This is a sorry sight?’’
What character says he may turn pale with anger, sickness, or hunger but not with love?
Who calls his own murder ‘’foul and most unnatural?’’
Who says as he dies : I kiss ’d thee ere I Kill ‘d thee: no way but this, killing myself, to die upon a kiss?
In which play do three males wear feminine clothes?
In which play do three females dress as males?
What character is willing to buy, sell talk and walk with his enemies, but not eat, drink nor pray with them
Whose last words are: Thus with a kiss I die?
Who says, ‘How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is To have a thankless child!?
What girl tells a young man when he first kisses her that he kisses ‘by the book’?
Which father has three daughters?
Who is the villain whom everyone trusts and no one suspects until the end?
What is it a philosopher cannot endure patiently?
Who shortly before he dies says he has a joyful heart because he never, in all his life, found a man false to him?
Who ‘loved not wisely but too well?
Who in speaking of his wife says, ‘She is my goods, my chattels, my field, my barn. My horse, my ox, my ass, my any thing?
Boys and Girls ,
Thanks for your participation in this extra -curriculum event. Your performance was very good. Good -bye.
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