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Внеклассный урок по английскому языку на тему "Wonderland"


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Theme: Wonderland

The aims of the lessons: to develop the pupils interests to the English language, to enrich their knowledge to know English well.

Visual aids: pictures, cards, tape recorder and others


Teacher: Good afternoon dear teachers and pupils! You are welcome!

Today the pupils of the 4th form want to show you the wonderland.

Our children wants to show you a concert. The next show is a play

The Round Little Bun”

Characters:

An author

An old man

An old woman

A bun

A hare

A fox

A bear

A wolf

An author: Once there lived an old man and old woman. The old man said,

Old man: "Old woman, bake me a bun."

Old woman: "What can I make it from? I have no flour."

Old man: "Eh, eh, old woman! Scrape the cupboard, sweep the flour bin, and you will find enough flour.

An author: "The old woman picked up a duster, scraped the cupboard, swept the flour bin and gathered about two handfuls of flour. She mixed the dough with sour cream, fried it in butter, and put the bun on the window sill to cool. The bun lay and lay there. Suddenly it rolled off the window sill to the bench, from the bench to the floor, from the floor to the door. Then it rolled over the threshold to the entrance hall, from the entrance hall to the porch, from the porch to the courtyard, from the courtyard through the gate and on and on.

The bun rolled along the road and met a hare.

Hare: "Little bun, little bun, I shall eat you up!"

An author: said the hare.

Bun: "Don't eat me, slant-eyed hare! I will sing you a song,":

I got away from Grandpa,

I got away from Grandma

And I'll get away from you, hare!

An author: And the bun rolled away before the hare even saw it move!

An author: The bun rolled on and met a wolf.

Wolf: "Little bun, little bun, I shall eat you up," said the wolf.

Bun: "Don't eat me, gray wolf!" said the bun. "I will sing you a song.":

I got away from Grandpa,

I got away from Grandma

I got away from the hare,

And I'll get away from you, gray wolf!

An author: And the bun rolled away before the wolf even saw it move!

An author: The bun rolled on and met a bear.

Bear: "Little bun, little bun, I shall eat you up," the bear said.

Bun: "You will not, pigeon toes!"

I got away from Grandpa,

I got away from Grandma

I got away from the hare,

I got away from the wolf,

And I'll get away from you, big bear!

An author: And again the bun rolled away before the bear even saw it move!

The bun rolled and rolled and met a fox.

Fox: "Hello, little bun, how nice you are!".

An author: And the bun sang:

Bun: I got away from Grandpa,

I got away from Grandma,

I got away from the hare,

I got away from the wolf,

I got away from bear,

And I'll get away from you, old fox!

Fox: "What a wonderful song!". "But little bun, I have became old now and hard of hearing. Come sit on my snout and sing your song again a little louder."

An author: The bun jumped up on the fox's snout and sang the same song.

Fox: "Thank you, little bun, that was a wonderful song. I'd like to hear it again. Come sit on my tongue and sing it for the last time,"

An author: said the fox, sticking out her tongue. The bun foolishly jumped onto her tongue and- snatch!- she ate it.



Teacher: The next play “The Turnip”

Characters:

An Author

A Grandfather

A Grandmother

A Granddaughter

A Dog, named Zhuchka

A Cat

A Mouse

Scenery:

Garden, further a house, a shaft, trees, flowers and bushes.

AN AUTHOR: Once upon a time somewhere about there lived the grandfather and the grandmother.

The grandfather was a very good gardener he liked to spend a lot of time looking after his plants. In springtime he planted a turnip, a cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes, grew dill and spring onion and many other vegetables. But the turnip was his favourite. The grandfather even used to sing songs for it.

A GRANDFATHER: We had planted a little seed,

We took out all the weed.

So it grows and grows fast

And will bring the rich crop at last.

AN AUTHOR: The turnip was growing bigger and bigger with the grandfather's songs and there came time to take it out.

A GRANDFATHER: Came the happy, happy time

Taking out crops of mine.

Pooling, pooling my turnip

Can’t just do it - it's too big!

I should call grandmother for help. Grandma, grandma come over to help me to pool the turnip out.

A GRANDMOTHER: I am coming, I'll help you with your crops with the greatest pleasure, grandpa.

AN AUTHOR: The grandmother holding on to the grandfather, the grandfather holding on to the turnip and they are both pooling hard, but cann't pool the turnip out.

A GRANDMOTHER: You know, grandpa, we wouldn’t be able to take the turnip out by ourselves. It’s too deep in the ground. Lets call our granddaughter to help us.

A GRANDFATHER: It’s a very bright idea. Call our granddaughter to help us.

A GRANDMOTHER: Granddaughter, granddaughter come to help us to pool the turnip out.

A GRANDDAUGHTER: I am coming, why didn’t you call me earlier? I bet you are tired already.

AN AUTHOR: The granddaughter holding on to the grandmother, the grandmother holding on to the grandfather, the grandfather holding on to the turnip and they all are pooling hard, but can’t pool the turnip out.

A GRANDDAUGHTER: I think we need more help. This turnip doesn’t want to get out easily. Let’s call Zhuchka to help us. Zhuchka, Zhuchka come to help us to pool the turnip out.

ZHUCHKA: Woof, woof I am in a hurry to come. Where is that stubborn turnip? We will quickly pool it out all together.

AN AUTHOR: Zhuchka holding on to the granddaughter, the granddaughter holding on to the grandmother, the grandmother holding on to the grandfather, the grandfather holding on to the turnip and they all are pooling hard, but can’t pool the turnip out.

ZHUCHKA: It’s not so easy as I thought it would be. Let’s call the cat to help us. Kitty, kitty come down to help us to pool the turnip out.

A CAT: I am coming. Prrrrr, prrrrr we will pool the turnip out easily.

AN AUTHOR: The cat holding on to Zhuchka, Zhuchka holding on to the granddaughter, the granddaughter holding on to the grandmother, the grandmother holding on to the grandfather, the grandfather holding on to the turnip and they all are pooling hard, but can’t pool the turnip out.

A CAT: I believe we need help. Let’s call the mouse. Mouse, mouse, little paws, come and help us to pool the turnip out.

A MOUSE: I am happy to help, especially when all the family is working together.

AN AUTHOR: The mouse holding on to the cat, the cat holding on to Zhuchka, Zhuchka holding on to the granddaughter, the granddaughter holding on to the grandmother, the grandmother holding on to the grandfather, the grandfather holding on to the turnip and they all are pooling hard and singing together.

All are singing: We are working very hard,

Pooling the turnip out of the mud,

All together we are so strong

We are singing a happy song.

AN AUTHOR: And they pooled the turnip out! All of them were glad that the turnip was finally out. The grandma cooked the turnip and gave everybody a piece of a sweet and tasty turnip. When the mouse ate her piece of turnip she said.

A MOUSE: It was so lovely.

AN AUTHOR: The mouse licked her nose.

A MOUSE: If you need my help next time, please don’t hesitate and call me again. I like the turnip so much.

Teacher: I want to check up your English Language. There are some questions into balloon. You should take the questions into balloon.

Questions:

  1. What season is it now?

  2. Name the winter months?

  3. What is your favourite sport?

  4. How old are you?

  5. Who is your teacher?

  6. Can you play a piano?

  7. Please, sing us song or poem

  8. Do you speak in English?

  9. How many languages do you know?

  10. Do you like your school?

Teacher: A dance “Tictonic” will be danced Nurkeldi, Azamat and Kairat.

Teacher: Let’s begin sing the song “Eternal flame”.

Teacher: Dear teachers and pupils. This is the end of our party. Thank you for your attention.
























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