Брейн-ринг "Welcome to Great Britain"

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Дика С.М. Сценарій позакласного заходу з англійської мови з теми "Ласкаво просимо до Великої Британії" для учнів 8-9-их класів загальноосвітнього навчального закладу.

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Мета заходу: удосконалення мовних та мовленнєвих навичок учнів з англійської мови; формування у них інтересу  до країни, мову якої вивчають, її географії, історії, культури, свят та традицій ; сприяння розвитку їх соціокультурних компетенцій, уяви та критичного мислення.

Обладнання заходу: відеофільм “Introduction to Great Britain”, твердження “True or False”, мультимедійні презентації “A Brain-Ring “Welcome to Great Britain” та “Famous Sights of London”, гра “Name the Holiday”, квізи “What Do You Know About London?” та “How Well Do You Know British Holidays and Traditions”, the Activity “Self-Esteem Fan”, аудіо записи пісень “Jingle Bells”, “A Yellow Submarine”, “So, this is Christmas”, ноутбук, інтерактивна дошка.

Scenario:

  1. Introductory Word and Motivation                                                                                                         

 

Dear boys and girls!

      I am glad to greet you at our Brain-Ring “Welcome to Great Britain” which is completing a Week of English at our Educational Establishment.  

      As you know, English as a language is very important and popular in the modern world. It is an International language today and it is called “Latin of the 21st century”. English is the language of up-to-date global economy; it is the language of the advanced science and high technologies. English is the universal language of communication – from the international language of aviation and tourism to the language of  e-mail, the Internet and computer language.

      Nowadays ENGLISH and SUCCESS have become synonyms!  That’s why a President of our country Petro Poroshenko declared 2016 year as the year of English in Ukraine.

       And today at our Brain-Ring you’ll have an opportunity to train your English skills and show your knowledge of English, talking about Great Britain, its geographical position, countries, national symbols, customs and traditions.                                                                                                                                                             

The Brain-Ring’s Action                                                                                                                                                           Before we’ll start our Brain-Ring, let’s divide into teams. (Students are divided into 3 teams and they choose the names for their teams. After that they adopt rules of teamwork. ( See: PowerPoint Presentation).                                                                                                               

Round 1: Introduction to Great Britain                                                                                                                                                   

Now, let’s recollect some information about the country, which language we are studying, and watch the video film “Introduction to Britain”. Be attentive and ready to say whether the statements of our First Round are true or false.                                                                                                                                                                                                

Statements:                                                                                                                                                                       1. This programme is called “Windows on Britain”.                                                                                                          2. The official name of the country is Great Britain.                                                                                                               3. The British Isles lie to the south-east of European continent.                                                                                            4. The United Kingdom consists of 3 parts.                                                                                                                     5. The capital of the United Kingdom is London.                                                                                                                  6. The National flag of the UK is called the Union Jack.                                                                                                        7. The population of UK is 58 million people.                                                                                                                      8. Mainly, the English language is spoken in Great Britain. Apart from this, Welsh and Scottish are also used.                                                                                                                                                                                        9. The Head of State is a Queen.                                                                                                                                        10. Buckingham Palace isn’t a popular place for tourists.                                                                                                    11. Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare.                                                                12.  Liverpool is a very important port and the birthplace of Beatles.                                                                              13. Stonehenge is surely Britain's greatest national icon, symbolizing mystery, power and endurance.                                                                                                                                               14. Different types of farming occur in different regions of Britain.                                                                                        15. The UK has 11 National Parks.                                                                                                                                                                          16. To ride a bike is not popular in UK.                                                                                                                                     Answers: 1.T ; 2.F; 3.F; 4.F; 5.T; 6.T; 7.T; 8.T; 9.T; 10.F; 11.T; 12.T; 13.T; 14.T; 15.F; 16.F

A minute of relaxation with a song “Jingle Bells”.

Round 2:  London

Our Second Round is devoted to a capital of the UK.

  1. Have a look at the following PowerPoint Presentation. It is about the most famous sights of London. Match a pictures and its name.

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b) Quiz “What Do You Know About London?”

1. What is London residence of Queen Elizabeth II?
a) the Tower of London  
b) Winsdor Castle
c) Buckingham Palace  
d) Westminster Abbey

2. Where is Nelson’s Column situated?
a) in the Tower of London 
b) in Trafalgar Square
c) in Piccadilly Circus 
d) in Parliament Square

3. Where is London zoo?
a) Hyde park  
b) St Jame`s park 
c) Central park 
d) Regent’s park

4. Piccadilly Circus is the meeting point of ….
a) 4 streets 
b) 5 streets 
c) 6 streets 
d) 7streets 

5. The changing of the guard happens every day at
a) 12.30 a.m 
b) 12 o’clock 
c) 11.30 a.m  
d) 10 o’clock

6. Where are the tombs of many British kings and queens and other famous people?
a) in the Tower of London 
b) on the cemetery
c) on the river bank 
d) in Westminster Abbey

7. Covent Garden is now … .
a) a cinema 
b) a tourist shopping centre
c) a fruit and vegetable garden
d) a theatre

8. When was the Westminster Abbey founded?
a) in the 19th century 
b) in the 10th century
c) in the 11th century
d) in the 12th century

9. Where can you see the wax models of famous people?
a) in Madam Tussaud`s Museum
b) in the British Museum

c) in the Westminster Abbey
d) in the Tower of London

10. Piccadilly Circus is the heart of London’s … .
a) East End 
b) City  
c) Westminster 
d) West End

Round 3: Holidays and Traditions

  1. Game “Name the Holiday”. (See: PowerPoint Presentation)
  2. Quiz
  1. What is the most important festival of Welsh poetry and music?
    a) the Edinburgh Festival 
    b) the Rock festival in Liverpool
    c) Eisteddfod  
    d) Eurovision 

    2. What is the Scottish national costume for men?
    a) the tuxedo  
    b)the black uniform 
    c) the kilt 
    d) the bearskin

    3. What is the most popular drink in Britain?
    a) apple juice  
    b) tea 
    c) milk 
    d) coffee

    4. What is the name for New Year’s Eve in Scotland?
    a) Cocney 
    b) Hogmanay
    c) Christmas 
    d) the evening before New Year

5. What do children usually say at Halloween?
a) “trick or treat” 
b) “sing or dance” 
c) “give or take” 
d) “cry or laugh”

6. Which holiday is usually celebrated on the 5th of November in the UK?
a) Easter 
b) Guy Fawkes Day 
c) Halloween
d) New Year

7. What is a “bank holiday”?
a) the holiday on the bank of the river  
b) week-end
c) public holiday
d) summer holiday

8. What is the traditional Christmas song called in Britain?
a) “Anthem” 
b) “Auld Lang Syne”
c) “Imagine” 
d) “Jingle Bells”

9. When is Halloween celebrated in the UK?
a) on 31st October
b) on 31st November 
c) on 31st September 
d) on 31st January

10. Scottish surnames begin with…..
a) O`  
b) Mac or Mc  
c) de  
d) La

Round 4:  British Music

  1. A Small Talk about “Beatles” and a test on it.
  2. A song “A Yellow Submarine”. (The song is sung by pupils)

Round 5:  The Activity “Self-Esteem Fan”                                                                                      The aim: to develop a positive sense of identity

1. Take a sheet of paper and fold it in concertina-style to make a fan. You should have as many folds as letters in your name.                                                                                                                                                                   2. Write the letter of your name at the top of each section of the fan.                                                                                        3. Think about a positive adjective about yourself, which starts with each letter in your name.                                                                                                                                                           4.     Write this vertically on the fan.                                                                                                                                        5. Compare your fans and say why you have chosen these   adjectives.

III. Conclusion

T.: Our Brain-Ring has come to the end. Let’s give a word to our jury and learn the results.

The song of Celina Dion “So, this is Christmas”

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