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МОУ «СРЕДНЯЯ ОБЩЕОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНАЯ ШКОЛА №2

С УГЛУБЛЕННЫМ ИЗУЧЕНИЕМ ОТДЕЛЬНЫХ ПРЕДМЕТОВ»

пгт КАМСКИЕ ПОЛЯНЫ НИЖНЕКАМСКОГО РАЙОНА

РЕСПУБЛИКИ ТАТАРСТАН






ВНЕКЛАССНОЕ МЕРОПРИЯТИЕ

В VII КЛАССЕ




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Автор: Ким Надежда Михайловна,

учитель 1 квалификационной категории

МОУ «Средняя общеобразовательная школа №2

с углубленным изучением отдельных предметов»

пгт Камские Поляны Нижнекамского района

Республики Татарстан
















пгт Камские Поляны

2011 г.


Цель: - способствовать формированию позитивного мышления

Задачи: - развитие познавательного интереса учащихся; формирование потребности и способности к сотрудничеству и взаимопомощи при работе в паре и группе; совершенствование навыков монологической речи, активизация полученных лексических единиц и оборотов в речи, развитие способности к сравнению и сопоставлению; развитие творческих способностей, знакомство с традициями стран изучаемого языка.


Ход мероприятия:


(Мероприятие начинается с исполнения песни «Jingle Bells»)

Jingle Bells

Dashing through the snow

In a one horse, open sleigh,

Over the fields we go,

Laughing all the way

Bells on bobtail ring,

Making spirits bright.

What fun it is to ride and sing

A sleighing song tonight!

Refrain: Jingle Bells,

Jingle Bells,

Jingle all the way

Oh, what fun it is to ride

In a one horse, open sleigh!

Jingle Bells,

Jingle Bells,

Jingle all the way

Oh, what fun it is to ride

In a one horse, open sleigh!

A day or two ago,

I thought I’d take a ride,

And soon Miss Fanny Bright

Was seated by my side.

The horse was lean and lank,

Misfortune seemed his lot.

He got into a drifted bank

And we, we got up sot!

Refrain:


Ведущий 1: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen! We are very glad to see you today at our party! We would like to celebrate Christmas and New Year with you together!

Ведущий 2: Do you know where the holiday came from and how people celebrate it?

Ведущий 1: Of course, I know. I can tell you some words about it.


(Монолог о Рождестве)


There are 31 days in December. On the 25th of December there is the greatest holiday of all in England – Christmas or X-mas. People give each other presents and send Christmas cards. Presents for children are in their stockings.

The traditional English dinner on Christmas Day is roast turkey and Christmas pudding.

The Queen’s speech is on television at 3.00 p.m.

During Christmas in Trafalgar Square there is a Christmas tree.


Ведущий 2: Do you know, that on Christmas people tell different stories? And so do we. Now look and listen!


(Инсценировка сказки «Золушка»)

C I N D E R E L L A


I


Narrator: This is the story of Cinderella. She is a beautiful girl. Now she hasn’t got a mother. Her father has got a second wife now, and she is Cinderella’s stepmother. She is a horrible woman. She has got 2 daughters, Pat and Liz. They are Cinderella’s stepsisters.

Cinderella: Good morning, Daddy, dear!

Father: Good morning, my child. How are you today?

Cinderella: Fine, Daddy, and you?

Father: Oh, I’m Ok, but, my child…

Cinderella: Yes, Daddy?

(Enter Lady Sybil)


Stepmother: Cinderella, what are you doing? You’re not working!

Father: But..

Stepmother: Work, girl, work. Make the breakfast! I’m hungry. I want my toast, jam, cheese and a cup of tea.

Cinderella: Yes, stepmother.

Stepmother: And you, Basil, what are you doing? Helping the girl?

Father: Er- no…

Stepmother: My daughters are coming down and they want their breakfast, too.


(Enter Pat)


Cinderella: Good morning, sister.

Pat: Good morning, Mummy, dear.

Stepmother: And how are you today, Pat, dear?

Pat: Terrible, terrible.

Stepmother: Oh, dear.


(Enter Liz)


Cinderella: Good morning, sister.

Stepmother: Ah, good morning, my child.

Liz: Morning.

Stepmother: And how are you today?

Liz: Terrible.

Stepmother: Oh, dear, you too?

Liz: Oh, my head..., my teeth..., oooh …

Pat: Hmmmmp! Cinderella! Where is my breakfast? I’m hungry and thirsty, two cups of tea- milk, sugar and six pieces of toast-

Liz: I want a cup of coffee… Oh, my head…

Pat: -with cheese-

Liz: Coffee, Black, No sugar. I want my breakfast now, Cinderella. Oh, my teeth… oooh…

Pat: - and an apple-

Cinderella: Yes, sister. Yes, sister. Coming.


II


Stepmother: We’ll go to the ball today. What shall we wear, I wonder? We haven’t got new clothes. And I want some new clothes for the ball. I want a party dress.

Pat: And me too. I want a beautiful white evening dress. And I want a blue hat and white shoes.

Liz: And me too. I want a beautiful blue evening dress, blue shoes and a white hat. New clothes.

Stepmother, Liz and Pat: YOU?

Cinderella: Yes, me.

Stepmother: You can’t go to the ball.

Pat: No, you can’t go to the ball.

Liz: No, you can’t go to the ball.

Postman: Oh yes, she can. Look, here. The invitation card says: “To lord Basil and Lady Sybil and their three daughters”. So she can go to the ball.

Stepmother: Oh, no, she can’t.

Postman: Oh yes, she can.

Pat and Liz: Oh, no, she can’t.

Stepmother: Oh yes, she can.

Pat and Liz: What?

Stepmother: Yes, she can go to the ball. Of, course, she can. Thank you, postman. You have a very busy day today. Goodbye, postman. Cinderella, you can go to the ball. But first there’s some work for you to do. Make beds, go to the shop and buy some food and drink, make tea, wash my clothes…

Liz: wash my clothes

Pat: wash my clothes!

Liz: wash my dress!

Pat: wash my dress!

Liz: my stockings!

Pat: my socks!

Stepmother: And only then can you make your dress for the ball. And the you can go to the ball.

Cinderella: Oh, no! I can’t do all that day! How can I go to the ball now?


III


Cinderella: What can I do now? I haven’t got new clothes. I can’t go to the ball now. It’s nine o’clock. The ball is starting. Who can help me?

Fairy: I can help you, Cinderella.

Cinderella: But who are you?

Fairy: I’m your Fairy Godmother, Cinderella. I can do things for you. Now tell me, what’s your problem?

Cinderella: Oh, Fairy Godmother, O can’t go to the ball. And I want to go!

Fairy: And where are your sisters? At the ball? M- m- m- m. Well, let me see. Aha! That’s a good idea! Cinderella, give me a box, that shoe- box over there!

Cinderella: Here you are!

Fairy: Now you stand there, near the box. One, two, three! Look, Cinderella, here is your carriage! One horse and one driver. Now you can go to the ball.

Cinderella: Oh! But my clothes! I can’t wear these at the ball!

Fairy: M- m- m, no you can’t. Close your eyes, Cinderella! One, two, three! Now open your eyes!

Cinderella (looks at her new clothes): But these clothes are beautiful!

Fairy: And so you are, Cinderella. Now you can go to the ball and have a good time.

Cinderella: Oh, thank you, thank you, Fairy Godmother!

Fairy: But, Cinderella, there is just one things!

Cinderella: Yes?

Fairy: You can have these things only until 12 o’clock. Come home before that time. Do you understand?

Cinderella: Oh, yes, yes! Thank you, thank you. Thank you very much, Fairy Godmother!

Fairy: Bye, Cinderella. Have a good time. And remember- you must be back home before 12 o’clock!



(Сразу после сказки дети становятся в полукруг и рассказывают стихи, посвященные Рождеству)


(Исполняют песню «We wish you a Merry Christmas»)


Ведущий 2: But soon after Christmas comes New Year.


(Монолог о Новом Годе)


Not all people celebrate New Year. Those who do celebrate it on the 31st of December. It’s fun to see the New Year in. The party usually begins at eight o’clock in the evening. At twelve o’clock, they have a toast to the New Year. The party goes on till early morning.There is a lot of dancing, eating and drinking.

There is an interesting New Year tradition: in Scotland, you can go “first footing”. That is – you visit friends, so you are the “first foot” of the New Year in their houses. In Scotland, the first visitor who comes into a house on New Year’ morning is “the First Foot”.

The Scots believe that the First Foot brings luck to the family for the New Year. In Scotland the First Foot must be a man (or a boy), not a woman! And he must have dark hair.


Ведущий 1: Hey, look, there is a New Year Tree. Lets decorate it!


(Украшают новогоднюю елку и поют песню «Oh, New Year Tree»)


New Year Tree

I. O New Year Tree, O New Year Tree,

Your gay green dress delights us!

O New Year Tree, O New Year Tree,

Your gay green dress delights us!

You do not fade with winter’s snow,

You bloom with lights when cold winds blow.

O New Year Tree, O New Year Tree,

Your gay green dress delights us!


II. O New Year Tree, O New Year Tree

You give us so much pleasure!

O New Year Tree, O New Year Tree

You give us so much pleasure!

You do not fade with winter’s snow,

You bloom with lights when cold winds blow.

O New Year Tree, O New Year Tree,

You give us so much pleasure!



Ведущий 2: On Christmas and New Year people give presents to each other. Look, there are presents under our New Year Tree!


(Читают этикетки с именами и дарят подарки друг другу)


(Поют все вместе песню «Happy New Year. ABBA»)


Happy New Year

(Abba)

1. No more champagne and the fireworks are through

Here we are, me and you, feeling lost, some feeling blue.

It’s the end of the party and the morning seems so grey,

So unlike yesterday. Now’s the time for us to say:

Refrain: Happy New Year, Happy New Year!

May we all ever wish and now and then

All the world where every neighbor is a friend.

Happy New Year, Happy New Year!

May we all ever long so will to try

If we don’t we might as well lay down and die you and I.


2. Sometimes I know how the brave new world arrives

And I see how it thrives in the ashes over nights.

Oh, yes, man is so fool and he thinks he’ll be o’key,

Thriving on, feel o’key, never knowing he’s afraid,

It’s a knowing anyway.


3.Seems to me now that the dreams we had before

Are all dead, nothing more than company on the floor.

That’s the end of the decade in another ten years’ time

Who can say, what we’ll find

What lies waiting down the line in the end of eighty nine.

Refrain:


Все вместе: “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!”




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