Сценарий внеклассного мероприятия по английскому языку
Проведено в ___ классе
Подготовлено учителем англ.яз.
1.What parts of Great Britain joined in 1607? - Scotland and England.
In 1653 a certain man became Lord Protector in England. What’s his name?
Who ruled the longest period in the British history? How long did she reign? Queen Victoria, 64 years.
He was the Prime Minister of the UK during World War II and met the Soviet and American leaders. Winston Churchill.
This woman took the highest post in the British Government in 1979. What’s her name? What’s her nickname? What post did she take? - Margaret Thatcher, the Iron Lady, the Prime Minister of Great Britain.
What heavenly sign did William’s army see in the sky before they attacked the British at Hastings? When was it? Halley’s Comet, in 1066.
What was Charles II reign darkened by? The epidemic of plague.
This king is famous because of the women who divorced, executed, died, divorced, executed, survived. What king? Which women? King Henry VIII. His wives.
This English monarch was a contemporary with Tzar Ivan IV (the Terrible) in Russia. – Elizabeth I.
The delegates from 13 British colonies in North America gathered in Philadelphia in 1776 and in 1787. Why? – To write the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Who is the Head of State in Canada? Who represents her/him? – Queen Elizabeth II, Governor-General.
This American president got the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for his activity. What president? What activity? – Jimmy Carter volunteered a non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity and helped needy people.
He had an English father and an American mother. He got education at Harrow and Sandhurst. He was the Britain’s Prime Minister. Winston Churchill.
Give a famous quotation of John Kennedy about the need for all Americans to be active citizens. “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country”.
What book did this English philosopher write? What language was it written in? What was his fate? Thomas More, “Utopia”, in Latin, He was executed because he opposed the King’s divorce and refused to accept him as the Head of the Church in England.
Gorbachev and Reagan signed this document in 1987 in Washington DC. The Intermediate Nuclear Force Treaty.
A. S. Griboedov was not only a famous writer but a successful diplomat. Where did he work? How were his diplomatic efforts described? In Tehran, Persia. He was more important than the whole army.
What’s the popular web-site in Britain similar to Russian “Odnoklassniki”? Friends Reunited.
This youth movement was born in England and trained teens in woodcraft. When was it? What was its name? Who started it? In 1910 Boy Scouts, Major-General Robert Baden-Powell.
In what way did the Hippies differ from other youth cults? They experimented with drugs, grew their hair long lived in communities and were attracted to radical politics.
Москва не сразу строилась.
Rome was not built in a day.
Голоден как волк.
As hungry as a hunter.
В семье не без урода.
Every family has a black sheep.
Век живи – век учись.
Live and learn.
Ум – хорошо, а два – лучше.
Two heads are better than one.
Не откладывай на завтра то, что можно сделать сегодня.
Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
Лучше поздно, чем никогда.
Better late than never.
За двумя зайцами погонишься – ни одного не поймаешь.
If you run after two hares you’ll catch none.
Под лежачий камень вода не течет.
Nothing seek, nothing find.
Слово – серебро, молчание – золото.
Word is silver and silence is gold.
Idioms. Give the English idioms and their Russian equivalents if you can.
Something expensive and useless – A white elephant.
Hardly ever. – Once in a blue moon.
When the boss is out workers can do what they like. – When the cat is away the mice can play.
An even or a decision cannot be changed. – The die is cast.
To tell a secret to everybody. - To let the cat out of the bag.
To irritate somebody. – To be like a red rug to a bull.
To forget about something, to stop thinking about it. – To cast something from one’s mind.
Don’t disturb a fierce person. – Let sleeping dogs lie.
To think about the past, to remember. – To cast one’s mind back.
To feel important. – To be a big cheese in the little world.