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Внеклассное мероприятие "Масленица" на английском языке

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hello_html_190e626f.gif Внеклассное мероприятие

"Масленица"

на английском языке

5-А класс

28.02.2014



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Цель: расширение знаний учащихся о собственной культуре и развитие способности к ведению диалога культур.

Задачи:

  • Создать условия для совершенствования устной речи учащихся.

  • Развить творческие способности через систему проектирования.

  • Активизация познавательной деятельности учащихся посредством введения новых педагогических технологий.

Оборудование:

  • Стол, накрытый к чаю с блинами.

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  • Творческие работы учащихся с описанием рецептов блинов, традиционных игр и обычаев на английском языке.

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ТСО: интерактивная доска

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ХОД УРОКА

Teacher: Hello, Kathryn! (Kathryn is our English teacher this year. She is from Buckingham.) Hello, boys and girls! Tell me please, what date is it today?
Pupils: It is the 28 of April.
Teacher: Russian people celebrate one of their      national holidays on this week. Tell me what holiday it is?
Pupils: It is Maslenitsa.
Teacher: Good. Let's tell Kathryn about this holiday.

Презентации на английском языке о праздновании Масленицы.



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Shrovetide

Pupil 1: There are many holidays and traditions in our country. 
Pupil 2: One of them is Shrovetide. It's an ancient Russian holiday, which dates back to the 9-th century. This holiday lasts for a week. 
Pupil 3: Russian people celebrate it at the end of February or at the beginning of March. 
Pupil 4: They say "good-bye" to winter in these days. 
Pupil 5: It is an old tradition to cook blini and eat them with sour cream, caviar, honey and butter. 
Pupil 6: Blin is the symbol of the sun. 
Pupil 7: Shrovetide is the most cheerful of all Russian holidays. 
Pupil 8: During this holiday we celebrate the beginning of spring. Not to participate in this holiday means to live in poverty for the rest of the year. Each days of Shrovetide has its own rituals.
Pupil 9: Usually this holiday is celebrated in parks and squares. People dance, sing, toboggan, build ice sculptures. 
Pupil 10: People prepare fires and burn straw scarecrows of winter. On Sunday during Shrovetide, they forgive people for their offences.
Pupils: We like this old Russian tradition. We like to eat pancakes and we like spring best of all.
Pupils: Kathryn, would you like to try Russian blini? Sit at the table, please. Help yourself! It is a Russian samovar. Have you ever tried Russian blini? Are they tasty?
Kathryn: Yes, it's delicious. 
Pupils: Do you cook blini in Great Britain.
Kathryn: Yes, we do. We eat them with lemon and sugar.
Pupils: Do you celebrate Maslenitsa in Great Britain?
Kathryn: We have Shrove Tuesday. It is an old holiday. It symbolizes the beginning of spring, too. It is in February or in March. There are pancakes races on Shrove Tuesday. People race with a frying pan in one hand. They have to throw the pancake in the air and catch it again in the frying pan. It's very funny.
Pupils: Look at the recipes of Russian blini. They are for you.
Kathryn: Oh, thank you.

Далее приводятся два рецепта, хотя их было больше - каждый ученик написал свой рецепт

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Recipes of Russian blini:

I. Take two eggs and 0.5 l milk. Mix them into a bowl. Add some salt and suger. Mix together. Add 2 cups of flour, ? teaspoon of baking powder and some oil. Mix it again. Fry your blini. Put your blin on the plate. Add caviar and roll it. Enjoy your meal!http://festival.1september.ru/articles/311056/img8.jpg

II. 1,5 cup wheat flour. 10 gm sugar, 10 gm vegetable oil 2 eggs, some yeast, salt, 2 cups of milk. Mix well. Wait for an hour. Then bake your blini. Put blin on the plate and put sour cream on it. Bon appetite!

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Pupils: Russian people like to play games during Maslenitsa. Our favourite game is Ручеек - Stream. Let's play with us. 
Kathryn: OK.

"Stream"

The students stand in pairs in a line with their hands raised, hand in hand. One of the players passes through the stream and chosses one of the standing students. The newly formed pair stands at the end of the line, the odd player starts from the beginning (passes through the stream, etc.)



Далее приводятся описания двух игр: "Съедобное-несъедобное" и "Испорченный телефон".

"Edible-Unedible"

The player throws a ball to the students standing in semicircle. He says any word, only a noun. If it is the name of a food product the students standing in semicircle should catch the ball, if it is something inedible, they shouldn't catch it. If someone made a mistake he takes the ball and starts the game again and the previous player who threw the ball stands in his(her) place.



"Spoilt Telephone"

The students stand one after another. The first whispers a word in the ear of his neighbour quickly and the next whispers to the other what he heard etc. The last student pronounces the word, which has come to him. The students compare…



Pupils: Did your like our Maslenitsa, Kathryn?
Kathryn: It is very interesting and funny. Thank you.

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Краткое описание документа:

ХОДУРОКА

Teacher: Hello, Kathryn! (Kathryn is our English teacher this year. She is from Buckingham.) Hello, boys and girls! Tell me please, what date is it today?
Pupils: It is the 28 of April.
Teacher: Russian people celebrate one of their      national holidays on this week. Tell me what holiday it is?
Pupils: It is Maslenitsa.
Teacher: Good. Let's tell Kathryn about this holiday.

ПрезентациинаанглийскомязыкеопразднованииМасленицы.

 

 Shrovetide

Pupil 1: There are many holidays and traditions in our country. 
Pupil 2: One of them is Shrovetide. It's an ancient Russian holiday, which dates back to the 9-th century. This holiday lasts for a week. 
Pupil 3: Russian people celebrate it at the end of February or at the beginning of March. 
Pupil 4: They say "good-bye" to winter in these days. 
Pupil 5: It is an old tradition to cook blini and eat them with sour cream, caviar, honey and butter. 
Pupil 6: Blin is the symbol of the sun. 
Pupil 7: Shrovetide is the most cheerful of all Russian holidays. 
Pupil 8: During this holiday we celebrate the beginning of spring. Not to participate in this holiday means to live in poverty for the rest of the year. Each days of Shrovetide has its own rituals.
Pupil 9: Usually this holiday is celebrated in parks and squares. People dance, sing, toboggan, build ice sculptures. 
Pupil 10: People prepare fires and burn straw scarecrows of winter. On Sunday during Shrovetide, they forgive people for their offences.
Pupils: We like this old Russian tradition. We like to eat pancakes and we like spring best of all.
Pupils: Kathryn, would you like to try Russian blini? Sit at the table, please. Help yourself! It is a Russian samovar. Have you ever tried Russian blini? Are they tasty?
Kathryn: Yes, it's delicious. 
Pupils: Do you cook blini in Great Britain.
Kathryn: Yes, we do. We eat them with lemon and sugar.
Pupils: Do you celebrate Maslenitsa in Great Britain?
Kathryn: We have Shrove Tuesday. It is an old holiday. It symbolizes the beginning of spring, too. It is in February or in March. There are pancakes races on Shrove Tuesday. People race with a frying pan in one hand. They have to throw the pancake in the air and catch it again in the frying pan. It's very funny.
Pupils: Look at the recipes of Russian blini.
They are for you.
Kathryn: Oh, thank you.

Далее приводятся два рецепта, хотя их было больше - каждый ученик написал свой рецепт

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