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Методична розробка позакласного заходу з англійської мови

Brain Ring

 

 

 

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Позакласний захід

“Brain Ring”

 

Тема: Holidays of the USA and the UK

 Цілі заходу:

Практична: Закріпити вживання вже відомого лексичного матеріалу, удосконалювати навички читання, аудіювання, діалогічного і монологічного мовлення

Загальноосвітня: Поглибити лексичний запас учнів.

Розвиваюча: розвивати мовну здогадку та готовність до участі в іншомовному спілкуванні, удосконалити мовні здібності, розвивати кмітливість учнів.

Виховна: виховувати в учнів культуру спілкування, формувати уважність та активність учнів.

Обладнання: комп’ютер, дошка, проектор, колонки, папір. Роздруківки з завданням, відеоролики, фільми

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Procedure.

Compere 1: Dear guests, teachers and students! We are glad to greet you here! We have gathered together to hold a “Brain Ring” contest.

 

Compere 2: The subject of our today’s game is Holidays of the USA and the UK . Two teams are going to compete today. And at the end of our contest we will find out which team knows holidays and traditions better!

 

Compere 1: Of course, you know much about these countries from books, newspapers and TV programs. Your teachers told you much about it. But today we’ll get some more information about holidays, culture and historical events. We wish you to have a nice time at our “Brain Ring” contest!

 

Compere 2: You’ll be given different tasks concerning the topic we were supposed to acquaint with during our previous practical lessons. But first of all let us introduce our two teams.

 

Compere 1: Each team will have its own colour. We give you ribbons and, please, put it on your arms or heads! So, teams have introduced themselves and now we will have the 1 Round, which is called “Quiz. What do you know about British and American holidays?”

 

Round 1. “Quiz. What do you know about British and American holidays?”

Compere 2: Your task is to answer the questions about the holidays in the USA and the United Kingdom. Don’t cry out the answers or they wouldn’t be counted. Raise your hand to give the correct answer. If your answer is correct the team will get one point. After listening to the question the members of the team can consult with each other for 30 sec.

  1. Why does Norway give the present to Britain? What is this present? ( the Christmas Tree, a gratitude for help in the WWII)
  2.  What is the first present on Christmas in Scotland and why? ( a lump of coal, It brings good luck)
  3. When is it common to burn a ship? (In Scotland, on Up – Helly -Aa)
  4. When can girls invite the boys to the party? (on the 29th of February)
  5. When can you change roles with your boss? (on the April Fools’ Day)
  6. What hunting does the President take part every year? (on Easter in America)
  7. Whom do people commemorate on the Memorial Day in the USA? (People remember people who died in the wars)
  8. The sunrise ceremony is the central idea of this day. What is this holiday and when is it celebrated? (on the 24th of July, the Midsummer’s Day)
  9. This holiday symbolizes the birth of the new nation (the 4th  of July)
  10. When can you see a lot of strange old cars? (the first Sunday in November, Ve3teran Car rally)
  11. When do people thank the God for all good things in their lives? (Thanksgiving day, the USA)
  12. What holiday is dedicated to the Scottish patron? (St. Andrew’s Day, the UK, November, 30)
  13. What holiday is celebrated on different days in different countries? (Christmas)
  14. It is one of the most favourite holidays among the children and adults in the USA? (Halloween)
  15. What day are fires lit to evict evil? (the Midsummer’s Day)
  16. What months are the Mother’s and the Father’s Day in the USA? (May and June)

Round 2. “Crossword. Hidden Holiday”.  (12)

Compere 1: Ok, now we will have the Round № 2, which is called “Crossword. Hidden Holiday”. You have two minutes to look through this crossword and then you are to find as many holidays as you can, name them and cross the on the board.

 

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Round 3.  Holidays in Britain

Compere 1.Now we’ll going to find out what team knows the holidays and traditions of the UK better.

 Compere 2. You’ll be given the table with holidays and their traditions, you should match the holiday with its tradition. Who will be the first and more accurate will be the winner

Match the holiday with its tradition

  1. New Year’s day - January the 1st
  1. March the 1st the patron saint of Wales
  1. Mothers day
  1. March the 17th the patron saint of Ireland. People often wear shamrock on that day, because it is the symbol of Ireland
  1. St. Andrew’s day
  1. a lovers feast
  1. St. David’s day
  1.  it is named after the custom of playing parricidal jokes and tricks on people and you can shout “April fool!”
  1. Easter
  1. 2nd Sunday in May
  1. St. Patrick’s day
  1. titles and decoration are conferred by the queen, It usually takes place on the Trafalgar square
  1. St. Valentine’s day
  1. November 30th, the patron saint of Scotland
  1. All Fools day
  1. eggs, dyed and decorated or made of confectionery symbolizing new life are given as presents
     

 

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Round 4. “Word-builder”

Compere 2: You are to make as many words as possible from the given letters. And one letter shouldn’t be used twice in a word. Here are the letters:

 

THE THANKSGIVING DAY

 

Fans’ competition.

Compere 2. You can add a ball for each right answer to your favourite team. Raise your hand if you know the right answer

  Holidays”

 

1. We celebrate this holiday on the 1-st of January. It is…

New Year                               

2. The symbol of this holiday is Valentine card. It is…

 St.Valentine’s Day                  

3. The English people have their traditional dinner with stuffed turkey and pudding on…

Christmas

4. We celebrate this holiday on the 1-st of April. It is…

April Fool’s Day

5. On this holiday children go from house to house in funny clothes and say „Trick or treat”. It is…

Halloween                              

6. The symbols of this spring holiday are chocolate eggs, rabbits. It is…

 Easter

7. Father Frost and Snow Maiden come on the holiday of…

New Year                            

8. On this holiday people decorate the fir-tree. It is…

 New Year                                

9. On this holiday girls usually bake the cookies and put the papers with their wishes for the boys into the cookies. It is…

St.Valentine’s Day

10. On this holiday people in the family try to let their mother have a rest. It is…

Mother’s Day                         

11. On this holiday people like to play jokes on other people. It is…

 April Fool’s Day                 

12. On this holiday children spend the day with their fathers. It is…

 Father’s Day     

13. The English people have their traditional dinner with stuffed turkey and pumpkin pie…

      Thanksgiving

14. You can make special lantern for this holiday     

                          Halloween

                     15. Celebrating this day British burn a straw man

                            Guy Fawkes’ day

                     16. What holiday are Cards, trees and mistletoe symbols of?

                           Christmas

                      17. What holiday occurs on November 11th?

                            Veterans’ day(USA), Remembrance day (UK)

                       18. What is celebrated on the first Monday of September?

                               Labour day

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                              USA? Columbus day

                       20. How many days did the first Thanksgiving meal last? – 3

                       21. What holiday is associated with stockings? Christmas

                       22. What time does the queen make her speech on Christmas?

                            at 3 in the afternoon

                      23. When does Boxing Day occur? on December 26th

                      24. What do people shout on Halloween? Trick or treat

                      25. What holiday occur on the 14th of June in the USA? Flag Day

Round 5. “Captain’s contest”

Compere 2:  Each captain will be asked 3 questions about the American holiday. If the answer is correct, the team will get 1 point. If it is not, the other captain will have the right to answer and if she answers correctly, the team will get 2 points. So, let’s start!

 

Questions 1:

  1. a). People celebrate this holiday in America in the same way they celebrate it in England. People make jokes on this day and have a lot of fun. People celebrate this holiday in spring. April Fools’ Day
  2. b). Families and friends celebrate this day. Every town and every city has parades, games and sports with prizes. On that day 1776 the USA became independent from England. the 4th of July
  3. This is the biggest holiday of the year. Many people enjoy it most of all and say this is the main holiday of the year. The president gives his speech on TV. Parents tell their children that Santa Claus will come to their house at night and leave presents for them.

 

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  1. This is one of the most favourite holidays of the year. Children dress up, shout “Trick or treat”. Get sweets, fruit, cakes and people have pumpkins with candles in their windows.
  2. You can see the American flag everywhere on this day. People honour the man who was the discoverer of their country.
  3. c). On this day students and pupils read about George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and other American presidents.

 

 

Round 6. Watching the film “British holidays”

Compere 1. Let’s watch the film about the holidays of the UK and fill in the gaps. Each correct sentence costs a ball

Fill in the gaps.

Team 1

Team 2

  1. Father’s day is always held on the ________ in ___________
  1. Father’s day originated in the US in ____________
  1. The Queen’s birthday _____  ____ her official birthday
  1. The date of the Queen’s birthday changes every year but it is always __________ in  June
  1. The 12th Night is when Christmas __________ should be taken down
  1. The 12th Night is when Christmas decorations should be ________ _____
  1. If any decoration remains it will bring a ____________ _______ upon the house
  1. If any decoration remains it will ________ a bad luck upon the house
  1. The eggs on Easter symbolize the __________  ___________
  1. ________ on Easter symbolize the new life
  1. Now in England they give ____________ eggs to each other
  1. At Easter British hide ___________ in the gardens
  1. May Day is celebrated on the 1st _________ of ____________
  1. May Day is a day ______ from work and school
  1. May Day celebration is associated with _____________ and ___________ begin to blossom
  1. The purpose of May Day is to celebrate  the ______________ of ___________

 

 Round 7. The competition.

Compere 2.  There are a lot of different holidays in the USA and in the UK and a lot of them began international. Your task is to show the holiday written on the card in English to your team and the members of your team should guess the holiday. Everything must occur in silence. Each right answer cost a ball. Each team must take 4 cards.

  • Halloween
  • New Year
  • Christmas
  • Easter
  • Boxing day
  • Thanksgiving
  • Midsummer’s day
  • Queen’s birthday

 

Compere 1: Thank you! You did well. And now it’s time for the last and the most difficult task – to count your points… So, the winner is the team …

Compere 2: The game is over now. Thank you for the participation. You were great! And by the way, the friendship won! Good bye!

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British holidays

Fill in the gaps.

Team 2

  1. Father’s day originated in the US in ____________
  1. The date of the Queen’s birthday changes every year but it is always __________ in  June
  1. The 12th Night is when Christmas decorations should be ________ _____
  1. If any decoration remains it will ________ a bad luck upon the house
  1. ________ on Easter symbolize the new life
  1. At Easter British hide ___________ in the gardens
  1. May Day is a day ______ from work and school
  1. The purpose of May Day is to celebrate  the ______________ of ___________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Match the holiday with its tradition

  1. New Year’s day - January the 1st
  1. March the 1st the patron saint of Wales
  1. Mothers day
  1. March the 17th the patron saint of Ireland. People often wear shamrock on that day, because it is the symbol of Ireland
  1. St. Andrew’s day
  1. a lovers feast
  1. St. David’s day
  1.  it is named after the custom of playing parricidal jokes and tricks on people and you can shout “April fool!”
  1. Easter
  1. 2nd Sunday in May
  1. St. Patrick’s day
  1. titles and decoration are conferred by the queen, It usually takes place on the Trafalgar square
  1. St. Valentine’s day
  1. November 30th, the patron saint of Scotland
  1. All Fools day
  1. eggs, dyed and decorated or made of confectionery symbolizing new life are given as presents
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fill in the gaps.

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  1. Father’s day is always held on the ________ in ___________
  1. The Queen’s birthday _____  ____ her official birthday
  1. The 12th Night is when Christmas __________ should be taken down
  1. If any decoration remains it will bring a ____________ _______ upon the house
  1. The eggs on Easter symbolize the __________  ___________
  1. Now in England they give ____________ eggs to each other
  1. May Day is celebrated on the 1st _________ of ____________
  1. May Day celebration is associated with _____________ and ___________ begin to blossom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Halloween

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  • New Year

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  • Christmas
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  • Easter
  • _________________
  • Boxing day
  • ________________
  • Thanksgiving

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  • Midsummer’s day

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  • Queen’s birthday
  • _______________

 

 

 

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