The plan of the lesson
Theme: Funny competitions
Objectives: To speak about English, to teach students to understand the kinds of words.
To develop pupils’ logical thinking, creative abilities and vocabulary.
The Main Stage
T: Good afternoon, dear girls, boys and guests of our party. Today we shall have a competition! For this competition you should divide into two teams. Let’s do it. I have cards of two colours. Please, close your eyes and choose any card. The pupils with red cards will play in the first team. The pupils with green cards will play in the second team.
T: Please, give the names to your teams and choose the captains. Well, now your teams have names and we can start.
T: You can see the word “Misunderstanding” on the blackboard. Make up as many words from it as possible. You have only three minutes. The team that will make up more words wins.
Example:Understand, ear, date, sun, dentist, dress, dream, rain, read, ten, time, star, red, sea, great, tree, train, meat, seat etc.
Quiz-master: Today all of you have a good chance to improve your English during the game. Now I’m going to teach you how to play this game. The game has 8 contests, they are:
A magic 5.
Parts and wholes.
Proverbs and sayings.
The right choice.
Inventions and discoveries.
Roger helps Roddy.
Roddy helps Roger.
Roger and Roddy
help each other.
Robert Rowley rolled a round roll round,
A round roll Robert Rowley rolled round;
Where rolled the round roll
Robert Rowley rolled round?
Swan swam over the sea
Swan swam over the sea,
Swim, Swan, swim;
Swan swam back again,
Well swum, Swan.
The third competition
T: The rules of this game are the following: I read you some texts about English-Speaking countries but I will not tell you the name of the country. Try to guess what country it is. If you ready to answer you can cry “STOP” and name the country. If the answer is right you’ll win two points. If the answer is wrong I continue my reading and the other team has right to answer. The team that will guess more countries wins.
This country is situated on a group of islands lying in the north-west part of the continent of Europe. It is an island state. It’s one of the world’s smallest countries. There are no high mountains, no very long river, and no great forest in this country. The head of the state is the Queen. This country consists of four parts. There you can meet people of different nationalities. (The United Kingdom of Great Britain)
This country is situated in the central part of the North American continent. It’s one of the most powerful and advanced countries in the world. It has the third largest population in the world. It’s a real melting pot. It is a highly developed industrial country. It is one of the richest countries in the world. It is washed by two oceans: the Pacific and the Atlantic Ocean. The head of the state is president. The second important language in the United States is Spanish. (The United States of America)
This country has an area of nearly 10 million square kilometers. It is the second largest country in the world. Its western coast is washed by the Pacific Ocean and its eastern coast by the Atlantic Ocean. The population of the country is over 26 million people. It is a federal state. There are two official languages in this country: English and French. The emblem of this country is the maple leaf. (Canada)
This country is situated south-east of Australia. It consists of two main islands and some smaller islands. This country looks like Italy upside down. The population of the country is over three million people. The official languages are English and Maori. It is known as the World’s Biggest Farm/ (New Zealand)
This country is the biggest island and the smallest continent in the world. The country has an area of nearly eight million square kilometers. The population of this country is over 18 million people. You can meet amazing animals in this country such as panda, kangaroo and many others. It is called sometimes “Oz” or “the Lucky Country” (The Commonwealth of Australia)
Quiz-master: And now we come to the 1st contest of the game called “The ABC game”. Kids, you’ll get some letters from the English alphabet. You must put the letters in the right order, so as to get the names of the English-speaking countries. You have 1 minute at your disposal. Each team can get 5 points.
(Карточки с буквами: I England, Australia, New Zealand. IIAmerica, Canada, England).
Quiz-master: And now we come to the 2nd contest which is called “A magic 5”. Look at the square, each team will take turns in answering questions. You’ll choose any number. Captains will have an opportunity to choose the number.
You can get 5 points for the right answer.
Say the English alphabet.
Name 5 colours. (Red, blue, yellow, black, white)
Name 5 sorts of vegetables. (Potato, tomato, cucumber, onion, beet)
Name 5 school subjects. (Mathematics, Physics, Music, Literature, English)
You’re lucky! You won a prize!
Name 5 sorts of fruit. (Banana, pear, melon, cherry, apple)
Name 5 sports. (Football, basketball, hockey, volleyball, golf)
Name 5 professions. (Teacher, doctor, policeman, engineer, translator)
Name 5 things that people wear. (Sweater, dress, blouse, trousers, jeans)
Name 5 English names. (Paul, Kate, Mary, Tom, Elizabeth)
Name 5 English-speaking countries. (The UK, The USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand)
Name 5 wild animals. (Tiger, bear, wolf, hare, fox)
The competition “Quiz”
T: Well, the rules of the quiz are the following. Each team should choose a sector from the first part and a sector from the second part. For each right answer you’ll get three points. If your answer is wrong the other team may answer the same question. Take turns in choosing the sectors. Are the rules clear?
Which country consists of four parts having their own capitals? (The UK)
Which of English-speaking countries has practically every kind of climate? (The USA)
What country is famous for its flora and fauna? (Australia)
The flag of which country is called “Star and Stripes”? (The USA)
Which country is situated between two parts of the other country? (Canada)
Which country is famous for the bird kiwi? (New Zealand)
What is the capital of the United States of America? (Washington)
What city is famous as a city of casinos? (Las Vegas)
What is the capital of New Zealand? (Wellington)
Where can you visit the Tower? (London)
In what city were the Olympic Games 2000 held? (Sydney)
What is the capital of Canada? (Ottawa)
Quiz-master: The 3rd contest is called “Parts and wholes”. I need 1 pupil from each team. You should combine these parts so as to get a popular name. Who will be the first? You can get 1 point for each right answer.
1. Mickey a) Claus
2. Mary b) Duck
3. Robinson c) Pooh
4. Peter d) Mouse
5. Donald e) Poppins
6. Winny-the- f) Crusoe
7. Santa g) Pan
1d, 2e, 3f, 4g, 5b, 6c, 7a
Quiz-master: Our next contest is called “Proverbs and sayings”. Each team will get a list of words. You should rearrange the words so as to make up a proverb. You have 2 minutes for your disposal and can get 3 points for this assignment.
Better late than never.
Two heads are better than one.
East or West home is best.
Quiz-master: Attention, please! The 5th contest is called “Hidden words”. This round is for the captains. Find, please, the animals hiding in the following sentences!
Example: If I shout, he’ll hear me. (Fish)
1. Close the door at once! (Rat)
2. He’ll come to America tomorrow. (Cat)
1. Do good workers succeed? (Dog)
2. If Roger comes, we’ll begin. (Frog)
Quiz-master: The following task is for the rest . I need 1 pupil from each team. You should read the tongue-twister as quickly as you can 3 times.
(Скороговорки написаны на доске)
Put your head on your bed. (для первой команды)
Run round the playground. (для второй команды)
Quiz-master: The 7th contest is called “The right choice”. It’s very important to make the right choice in our life: the right choice of a color, a hobby, a friend etc. Each team should answer my questions. You’ll get the cards with the letters a, b, c. Choose the right answer and show us the card.
The capital of England is a) London b) Paris c) Moscow.
London stands a) the Volga b) the Mississippi c) the Thames.
The symbol of England is a) a red rose b) a tulip c) a daffodil.
The English flag is a) blue and white b) red and green c) red and white.
Golf comes from a) Scotland b) Russia c) the USA.
A. Bell invented a) a car b) a telephone c) a plane.
Ch. Chaplin was a) an artist b) a composer c) an actor.
Cricket comes from a) England b) Italy c) France.
“Robinson Crusoe” was written by a) Lewis Carroll b) Daniel Defoe c) Alan Milne.
The traditional Christmas meal in England is a) roast turkey b) fish and chips c) porridge.
Each team can get 1 point for the right answer.
Quiz-master: One more contest. It’s called “ Inventions and discoveries”. You should answer my questions. The team which answers the first and correctly wins. You can get 1 point for each right answer.
Who invented the telephone? (Al. Bell)
Who discovered America? (Ch. Columbus)
Who invented the car? (H. Ford)
Who created Donald Duck? (W. Disney)
Who discovered Australia? (J. Cook)
Quiz-master: Friends, do you like the game? Tell me your impressions, how do you like it, why, what was the most interesting, or the most difficult? What have you learn during it? Do you want to have smth like that again? Your wishes.
The score is … to … in smb’s favour. The team “…” is the winner.
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