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Step 1 “here we are”
Step 2. “do you remember their names?”
Step 3. “do you remember the english alphabet?”
Step 5. can you find english equivalents
8Enough is enough
5Form and Content
2. When did these events happen?
The legend about st. valentine
Tom gets acquainted with becky
Becky: (in wisper) Let me see it. I like this house. It’s nice – make a man.Tom
Becky: Yes.(now Tom begins to write something hiding the words from the girl. But this time she begs to see.)Becky
A poem by robert burns.
|Сценарий внеклассного мероприятия для обучающихся 11х классов|
Учитель: Сорочинская Л.Б.
(Данное мероприятие проводилось для учащихся 11х классов с целью обобщения изученного материала по английскому языку за курс средней школы. Мероприятие проводилось в непринужденной конкурсной обстановке. В сценарий мероприятия включены все виды работы: грамматические и лексические упражнения, монологическая и диалогическая речь, творческие задания.).
The School Party
“English for Pleasure”
Teacher: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen! Glad to see you at our school party! I hope, today we’ll have a good time, because three teams of our graduates will show us their knowledge of English language, intelligence, talents and skills. Let’s have a look at them. We all greet the team of 11th A (B, V).
And of course I must introduce you our strict and fair jury.
Teacher: Today we shall go up your school English stairs step by step. You’ll have to read, write, speak English, recite English poems and sing English songs. OK, time is money, that’s why let’s start! Let’s have “ENGLISH FOR PLEASURE”!
Teacher: And our first step is “Here We Are”. Let’s listen to our teams. What are they?
We’d like to tell you about our class,
Now, everybody, please listen to us.
Here we are and now you see
Students from grade eleventh V.
We are energetic, we always move.
We are very clever, today we’ll prove it.
We like to study, we like to work.,
We like to play games and we like to talk.
We are good actors, we dance and sing,
We are creative and can do everything.
We are good friends, we are a team,
We want to win, it’s our dream.
(ВИЗИТКА – 11Б)
We live in Mordovo, study in Oborona.
Here we are and now you see
Students from grade eleventh B.
We are able to:
We differ from the rest
Because we are the best.
Teacher: My dear friends, do you remember your first English lessons? What did you do? Now look at the screen. You’ll see different pictures. Your task is to remember their names.
Teacher: Well-done! Thank you very much. Let’s go on our moving up the stairs. Step 2. Do you remember the English Alphabet? You are to look at the table and find these words in it. You may look diagonally, horizontally, vertically.
Teacher: Everyone knows and loves proverbs. And what about you? Let’s try. A bird may be known by its song.
STEP 4. DO YOU KNOW ENGLISH AND RUSSIAN PROVERBS?
Teacher: My dear friends, tell me, please, do you like poems? Do you know any poems? Take these sheets of paper. You will listen to Russian ones and find and read their English equivalents.
TO THESE RUSSIAN POEMS ?
Listen, understand, find the English equivalent and read it.
CAN YOU LOOK
at the pictures and
the speech bubbles with the words below?
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
Can you answer the questions: Where? What? Who? When?
1. English is full of words “borrowed” from other languages. Which languages do you think these words come from?
1. Sputnik (RUSSIAN)
2. Boss (DUTCH)
3. Karate (JAPANESE)
4. Barbecue (SPANISH)
5. Bungalow (HINDUSTANI)
6. Disco (FRENCH)
7. Kindergarten (GERMAN)
8. Expresso (ITALIAN)
9. Anorak (ESKIMO)
1. First man steps on the moon (21st July 1969, Neil Armstrong, USA)
2. Killing of President Kennedy (22nd November 1963 (in Dallas, Texas)
3. End of Second World War (2nd September 1945)
4. USA drops atomic bomb on Hiroshima (6th August 1945)
5. First man in space (12th April 1961, Yuri Gagarin)
6. Last American soldiers leave Vietnam (29th March 1973)
Here are some rules for looking after cats. Fill in the gaps. Use modal verbs.
2. You _____________ give them meat with small bones (кости).
3. You ___________give them milk, but it’s not necessary for adult cats. You __________give them too much.
4. They ______________have fresh drinking water.
5. When you pick a cat up, you __________hold its chest (грудь) and its back legs.
The whole world loves Julia Roberts – so it’s time to find out more about her. You will if you do this quiz. Julia Roberts’ former boyfriend Kiefer Sutherland gave her a present that was also a message. If you answer these questions correctly, you can find out what the message was. Choose your answers and write the capital letters in order in the spaces.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ OF __ __ __ __ __
S T R E N G T H H E A R T
Can you speak English?
Will you tell us about your plans for the future? I’ll give you one minute and then we’ll listen to you.
Plans for the future.
Today you have an excellent chance to plunge into the atmosphere of love, to practice the use of some pleasant words and expressions on this special occasion. Happy St. Valentine’s Day! (ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ)
Let’s listen to the poems about love. (ПРИЛОЖЕНИЕ)
“This is the legend of how St. Valentine’s Day began. When the Roman Emperor Claudius 2 needed soldiers, he made a law against marrying because he felt that marriage made men want to stay at home instead of fighting wars. But at that time there was a kindly priest named Valentine. He couldn’t agree with the emperor’s decision. When he saw that young couples were truly in love, he married them secretly”.
Now I want you to show us some scenes about love. Let’s act out dramas “The first meeting”.
Results \ Certificates \ Awarding
At the bus stop
A girl is standing at the bus stop. A boy is coming to her and ask.
A boy: Excuse me, is this the right bus for the central square?
A girl: Oh, no. this bus is going in the opposite direction. You’ll have to take a 15.
A boy: Can you tell me where to get off?
A girl: Certainly. I can tell you the way, because I live near the central square.
A boy: Is it far to walk from here?
A girl: Oh, no. It is no distance at all. I usually go there on foot, but it’s raining now and I have no umbrella.
A boy: I have. Can I offer it to you?
A girl: Thank you very much. You are very kind.
A boy: I’m ………
A girl: I’m ……….
A boy: Well, ………..let’s have a walk together. I don’t think the rain will last.
A girl: The weather forecast says there will be little change, so I believe we may have a fine weekend.
A boy: Splendid! A fine weekend is just what we all need, don’t we? By the way, what do you feel like doing this weekend,………….?
A girl: This weekend? Let me think…
Place: a classroom
(Mr Dobbins conducts a lesson. The pupils sit at their desks. The only vacant place is on the girls’ side of the classroom. A knock on the door is heard. The door opens and Tom Sawyer comes in.)
Mr Dobbins: Thomas Sawyer!
Mr Dobbins: Come up here. Now, sir, why are you late again, as usual?
Tom: I stopped to talk with Huckleberry Finn!
(the teacher is shocked and stares at Tom helplelssly.)
Mr Dobbins: You – you did what?
Tom: Stopped to talk with Huckleberry Finn.
Mr Dobbins: Thomas Sawyer, this is the most astounding confession I have ever listened to. Take off your jacket. (the teacher gives him a hard whipping.) Now, sir, go and sit with the girls! And let this be a warning to you.
(Доббинс: Томас Сойер, это - наиболее поразительное признание, которое я когда-либо слушал. Снимите ваш жакет. (преподаватель дает ему твердое хлестание.) Теперь, сэр, идите и сядьте с девочками! И позвольте этому быть предупреждением Вам.)
(Tom sits down on the end of the bench and the girl turns away from him. Tom puts a peach in front of her but she throws it away. Tom begins to draw hiding hid work with his left hand. She tries to see the picture.)
^ (in wisper) Let me see it. I like this house. It’s nice – make a man.
Tom: I’ll try. (Draws and gives the picture to the girl).
Becky: It’s a beautiful man – now make me coming along.
(Tom continues to draw. Then he gives the picture to the girl).
Tom: Do you like it?
Becky: It’s ever so nice – I wish I could draw.
Tom: It’s easy. I’ll teach you.
Becky: Oh, will you? When?
Tom: Good. What’s your name?
Becky: Becky Thatcher. What’s yours? Oh, I know. It’s Thomas Sawyer.
Tom: Yes, that’s the name they call me by when they punish me. I’m Tom when I’m good. You call me Tom, will you?
^ : Yes.
(now Tom begins to write something hiding the words from the girl. But this time she begs to see.)
Becky: Tom, let me see what you have written.
Tom: Oh, it is not anything.
Becky: Yes, it is.
Tom: No, it isn’t. You don’t want to see.
Becky: Yes, I do, indeed I do. Please let me.
Tom: You’ll tell.
Becky: No, I won’t ever tell anybody. Now let me.
Tom: Oh, you don’t want to see!
Becky: Now that you treat me so, I will see.
(she puts her hand upon his, then Tom lets his hand slip by degrees till these words are seen: “ I LOVE YOU”)
Tom (reads): I love you!
Becky: Oh, you bad thing!
( She hits his hand, but she looks pleased, nevertheless.)
Meeting and Passing
(by Robert Frost)
As I went down the hill along the wall
There was a gate I had leaned at for the view
And had just turned from when I first saw you
As you came up the hill. We met. But all
We did that day was mingle great and small
Footprints in summer dust as if we drew
The figure of our being less than two
But more than one as yet. Your parasol
Pointed the decimal off with one deep thrust.
And all the time we talked you seemed to see
Something down there to smile at in the dust.
Something down there to smile at in the dust.
(Oh, it was without prejudice to me!)
Afterward I went past what you had passed
Before we met and you what I had passed.
Мы и не знали, что навстречу шли
Вдоль изгороди луга: я спускался
С холма и, как обычно, замечтался,
Когда заметил вдруг тебя. В пыли,
Пересеченной нашими следами
(мой след огромен против твоего!)
Изобразилась, как на диаграмме,
Дробь – меньше двух, но больше одного.
И точкой отделил твой зонтик строгий
Десятые от целого. В итоге
Ты, кажется, забавное нашла…
Минута разговора протекла.
И ты пошла вперед по той дороге,
Где я прошел, а я – где ты прошла.
O, my Love’s like a red, red rose
That’s newly sprung in June.
O my Love’s like the melody
That’s sweetly played in tune.
As fair art thou, my bonny lass,
So deep in love am I.
And I will love thee still, my dear,
Till all seas gang dry.
Till all the seas gang dry, my dear,
And the rocks melt with the sun.
I will love thee still my dear,
While the sands of life shall run.
And fare thee well, my only Love!
And fare thee well a while!
And I will come again, my Love,
Though it were ten thousand mile.
Do you want to be mine?
The honey is sweet and so are you.
The leaves I give to others, but love I give to you.
But if you make me leave I’m going to get mad.
I choose you from among the rest, the reason is I love you best.
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