Муниципальное общеобразовательное учреждение
«Майская гимназия Белгородского района Белгородской области»
Сценарий внеклассного мероприятия
Учителя английского языка:
- создание условий для формирования у обучающихся интереса к культуре и традициям изучаемого языка через участие в театрализованном представлении;
- обогащение речевой практики обучающихся;
- развитие творческой активности;
- повышение мотивации обучающихся к изучению английского языка.
Комната. Мама с детьми украшают ёлку. Звучит рождественская песня “Jingle Bells”.
Mother: What a wonderful evening it is! I think Christmas is the most favourite holiday of the year.
Bill: Of course, mum!
Jane: Mummy, why do you like Christmas?
I love Christmas for many things
Trees, candles, angel wings.
Stars in the heavens, snow covered hills,
Little toy trains, dolls in their frills.
I love Christmas, but most of all
I look forward to a neibour’s call.
A friendly chat, a cup of tea.
Love in the home means Christmas for me.
Jane: And I like Christmas very much, too. On Christmas we celebrate the birth of Our Lord.
Bill: I read about it in the Bible.
Mother: Do you remember where Jesus Christ was born?
Jane: In the town of Bethlehem.
Mother: Just imagine: a stable, a manager, shepherds, a heavenly light. Listen...
У костра сидят три пастуха. Один играет на флейте.
1st shepherd: The city of Bethlehem is full of people these days. They’ve come from everywhere.
2nd shepherd: Look! The sky! It’s getting brighter and brighter. What can it be?
3rd shepherd: Is it a dream? Do you see it? I’m scared. Let’s run away.
Angel: Don’t be afraid. I bring good news tonight. It will make men happy, when they hear it. Tonight in Bethlehem, a Saviour was born. He is the Messiah, the King that God promised for many years.
1st sherpherd: The Messiah – born in our city?
2nd sherpherd: In Bethlehem? Tonight?
3rd sherpherd: Where can we find Him?
Angel: You will find this Baby in a manger in the stable.
1st sherpherd: Be quick! Let us go and see Messiah and bring Him some gifts. Glory to God in the highest.
Пастухи подходят к вертепу и декламируют стихотворение “A Story That Never Grows Old”.
Once a little Baby lay
Sleeping in a manger,
Resting on a bed of hay,
A precious little Stranger.
The donkeys and the cows stood near.
Wise men came from far.
Mary held the Baby dear;
Over them a star.
Wise men came themselves to know
Of the Baby’s birth.
Wise men knelt on bended knee.
Christ had come to earth!
Звучит песня “Silent night”.
Silent night, holy night,
All is calm, all is bright.
Round yon Virgin,
Mother and Child,
Sleep in heavenly peace.
Silent night, holy night,
Shepherds quake at the sight.
Glory streams from Heaven afar.
Heavenly hosts sing Hallelujah.
Christ the Savior was born.
Silent night, holy night.
Son of God, Love’s pure light.
Radiant beams from Thy holy face
With the dawn of redeeming grace,
Jesus, Lord at thy born.
Та же комната. Мама с детьми.
Mother: Thus, my darlings, the birth of Our Lord shook all the world. It is in our hearts nowadays.
Входит папа, снимает пальто.
Father: Is anybody in?
Jane: Hello,pa! Look at our Christmas tree.
Father: Oh, it’s fantastic.
P 1. How did it all begin? No one really knows, though the custom of having Christmas trees certainly comes from Germany. At one time 'Adam and Eve Day' was celebrated on 24 of December. They decorated a tree, known as the Paradise Tree, with apples and fruit.
P 2. Some say it was Martin Luther, the great sixteenth-century reformer, who first brought the lighted Christmas tree indoors. As he walked through the forest one night he looked up to see the stars shining through the branches. It was so beautiful he went home to tell his children how the lighted tree was like a picture of Jesus, who left the starry heaven to bring light to earth.
P 3. Many towns have their own Christmas tree, set up in the square or high street. One of the best-known stands in Trafalgar Square in London as a
gratitude for the help given to the people of Norway by Britain in the Second World War.
P 4. Since the 1920s there has been a large Christmas tree on the White House lawn in Washington. The President himself switches on the lights.
P 5. In New Zealand the Christmas tree is alive and growing. Its Maori name is Pohutakawa, but early settlers called it the Christmas tree because its beautiful red flowers bloom in December. The huge trees grow mostly by lake and sea side and holiday-makers can tread a carpet of its red stamens down to the water's edge.
Вдруг раздаётся громкая музыка. Мама выглядывает в окно.
Mother: Look, there’s something interesting there.
Father: Hello! Glad to see you. Who are you?
Clown: I’m a funny little clown,
Yah, yoh, yah.
I can smile and I can frown.
Yah, yoh, yah.
I’m a funny little clown,
Yah, yoh, yah.
I can jump and I fall down.
Yah, yoh, yah.
Children: It’s great! (Clapping their hands).
Musician: We are musicians. We can play the guitar and we can sing songs. Listen, please!
Jane - Christmas Eve is a very mysterious time. Sometimes unusual things can happen. I want to tell you one Christmas story about my brother Bill, which happened last year. Bill is a very good boy. But it was strange how often he forgot to do things our mother asked him.
(На сцене мама, папа и Бил)
Mother – Bill, did you remember to brush your teeth?
Bill – Oh, sorry, I forgot!
Mother – Did you remember to make your bed, Bill?
Bill – Sorry mum, I forgot!
Father – Did you take your boots to football practice?
Bill – Father, I forgot!
Father – Did you remember to help your mother?
Bill - Sorry, I forgot!
Father – Oh, Bill, Bill!
Mother – Did you do you homework?
Bill - No, mum, I forgot!
Mother – Did you give grandmother an invitation letter to Christmas dinner?
Bill - Oh, sorry, I forgot!
Sister – My brother forgot everything he wanted to forget and only remembered the things he wanted to remember. Christmas was coming and Bill remembered to write out a list of things which he would like Santa Clause to bring him.
Bill sat and began to write a letter.
(мальчик пишет письмо)
I was a very good boy this year. I’d like a new car, and some chocolate and new DVD, and a ball, and football shirt.
Thanks a lot, Bill.
(Mother and Father are talking about Bill’s letter.)
Mother - Dear, how do you think, may Santa forget about Bill’s presents?
Father – I am afraid, Yes.
Mother – And how do you think, Bill?
Bill – No, he won’t forget about me! Santa doesn’t forget!
Sister – It was Christmas morning, Bill and I came to the fireplace and took our stockings.
Sister – Oh, Look, Bill, I’ve got a new doll, and you?
Bill – What? Where are my presents?
Mother - Bill, come hear! Look! Here is a Santa’s letter!
Mother – Read, Bill.
SORRY I FORGOT!!!!!!!!
Bill – mother, father, and Jane, forgive me please. I’ll never forget anything at all.
Mother – Oh, Bill, look! Is it yours?
Bill – Santa didn’t forget about me. Thank you, Santa.
I am little New Year, ho, ho!
Here I come jumping over the snow,
Shaking my bells with a merry din –
So open your doors and let me in!
But where is Santa Clausе?
Let`s call him: “Santa Clausе! Santa Clausе”! (The children are calling).
Santa Clausе: I am here, here, my dear children. Happy New Year, dear friends! I am glad to see you! But do you like to sing songs? Do you know any songs about winter, frost, or the New Year?
New Year Day, happy day,
We are all glad and very gay!
We all dance and sing and say:
“Welcome! Welcome! New Year Day”!
Happy New Year, my dear friends!
Happy New Year!
I want to give you lots of love
And want to say right here:
Have a happy New Year Day
And then a happy Year!
All together: Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Happy New Year!
В исполнении всех участников концерта звучит финальная песня “Happy New Year”.