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Що ми знаємо про англійські традиції

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розширити знання учнів про традиції країни, мова якої вивчається; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання, читання, мовленнєві навички; розвивати мовну здогадку, логічне мислення, пам'ять; виховувати в учнів культуру мовлення, повагу до традицій інших народів, бажання до вивчення іноземної мови.
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Тема «Що ми знаємо про англійські традиції? Що англійці відмічають в листопаді?»

Мета розширити знання учнів про традиції країни, мова якої вивчається; вдосконалювати навички аудіювання, читання, мовленнєві навички; розвивати мовну здогадку, логічне мислення, пам'ять; виховувати в учнів культуру мовлення, повагу до традицій інших народів, бажання до вивчення іноземної мови.

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  1. Introduction

Good morning, pupils. I’m glad to see you. Today we’ll continue speaking about holidays and traditions. Each country has holidays. Look at the pictures. Name the holiday and say in what month it is celebrated. (Christmas, St. Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, New Year’s Day, Halloween).

English people are famous for their love of traditions. I think it’s important to know the traditions of other nations. Do you agree with me?

  1. Listening

In November English people mark some traditions. On the 1st Sunday there is London to Brighton Veteran Car Rally. Every year, drivers of old style cars come together and drive from London to the south coast. The driver and the passengers get into the spirit of things and wear old style clothes. Many people stand at the side of the road and cheer their favourite car.           On the 2nd Sunday is Remembrance Sunday. It is devoted to the veterans of two world wars. Cenotaph is the national monument to the men and women who died in the services in both world wars. It stands in the middle of Whitehall.                                                                                                      On 5th November British people celebrate Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes’ Night.                                             Listen to the story of   Guy Fawkes. In 1605 some Catholics weren’t happy about the laws in England. The king James didn’t want the Catholics to go to their church because he was Protestant. The Catholics decided to kill the king when he opened the Houses of Parliament. They decided to blow up the Houses of Parliament by putting gunpowder under them. The gunpowder was there for seven months. But the king discovered that they wanted to kill him. The king’s soldiers arrested Guy Fawkes at midnight on 4th November 1605. He was with the gunpowder. The king killed Guy Fawkes and Guy Fawkes Day (or Bonfire Night) is a celebration for the king.                    In the week before Bonfire Night lots of British kids make a man (a guy) from old clothes and take him onto the streets. Then they make a fire and put the man on top of the fire and burn him. They also have lots of fireworks.

 Post-listening activities

  1. Card 1 Match the left and the right columns

Remembrance Sunday

the 1st Sunday

Veteran Car Rally

5th November

Bonfire Night

the 2nd Sunday

  1. Card 2 The multiple-choice test

On Bonfire Night English children remember Father Christmas/ Guy Fawkes/ Car Rally.

Guy Fawkes didn’t like King James/old clothes /his car.

Guy Fawkes had got a cat/a hat/a plan.

He decided to blow up Disneyland/ the Houses of Parliament/ the Taj Mahal.

On November the fifth English children make a cake/ a doll/ a guy.

On  Bonfire Night children make a big snowman/ picture/ bonfire.

They have fireworks/ chocolate/ holiday dinner.

  1. Card 3

(Pair work)  Guy Fawkes wasn’t the leader of the Gunpowder Plot. Read the questions. Find the correct answer to each question. Write the letter od each answer under the correct number. You can find the name of the leader of the Gunpowder Plot.

  1. Is this a story from the 19th century?
  2. Were Guy Fawkes and his friends Protestants?
  3. Were there religious problems between the Catholics and the Protestants?
  4. Was there a law saying that Catholics weren’t allowed to go to church?
  5. Did Guy Fawkes and his friends decide to kill King James?
  6. Did Guy Fawkes put e[plosives in the Houses of Parliament?
  7. Was the date the 11th of December 1605?
  8. Did the plan succeed?
  9. Did the king forgive Guy Fawkes and his friends?
  10. Do British people celebrate Guy Fawkes’ Night with bonfires and fireworks?
  11. Do children make models of King James and burn them on the bonfires?
  12. Are the models called “guys”?
  13. Are ice-cream and salad popular on Bonfire Night?

E) Yes, they do.

T) Yes, he did.

B) Yes, there were.

B) Yes, they are.

E) Yes, there was.

R) Yes, they did.

R) No, it isn’t. It’s a story from the 17th century.

A) No, it didn’t. The king’s soldiers discovered the plan.

O) No, they weren’t. They were Catholics.

T) No, he didn’t. He decided to kill Guy Fawkes and his friends.

Y) No, they aren’t. Toffee apples, soup and baked potatoes are popular.

C) No, it wasn’t. It was the 5th of November.

S) No, they don’t. They make models of Guy Fawkes.

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  1. Speaking

(Group work)  Make up a story based on cards 1, 2, 3.

  1. Summarizing

Do we have a festival like Bonfire Night in our country?                                                                            What English traditions would you like to watch or to take part in?  

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