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Тема урока: How well do you know British holidays?

Сабақтың мақсаты:

Цель урока:

  • Expansion of an outlook about British holidays and active vocabulary of students.

  • To develop interest to the English subject;

  • To practice students in all kinds of speech activity on a theme.


Задачи урока

Білімділік:

Образовательная:

  • To practice reading, speaking, auding skills;

  • To learn to the logic statement on a theme;

  • to practice lexical unit on a theme “Holidays of Great Britain”;

  • To improve skills of viewing reading.

Дамытушылық:

Развивающая:

  • To develop intersubject communication and informative interest of students;

  • To develop ability of dialogical and monologic speech, ability to a guess, imagination;

  • To promote development of speech abilities of students, and also skills of understanding

  • To promote development of mental processes (memory, thinking, imagination, attention).

Тәрбиелік:

Воспитательная:

  • To develop interest to culture of English-speaking countries;

  • To bring up respect for culture of the country of studied language;

Сабақтың құрал жабдықтары:

Оснащение урока: slides, PC, puzzle, cards with exercises


Сабақтың барысы

Ход содержание урока

1. Ұйымдастыру кезеңі ___ мин.

Организационный момент ___ мин.

    1. Топ оқушыларын тексеру.

Проверка учащихся групп.

    1. Сабақтың тақырыбын, мақсатын түсіндіру.

Сообщение темы, цели и задачи урока.

T: Good morning, boys and girls! I’m glad to see you. Sit down, please, and let’s start our English lesson. Well, friends, to begin with, have a look at the blackboard, please. Here is a puzzle for you to do. Name all the words in the pictures, take only the first letter of each word and you will read the topic of today’s lesson. For example, a hat – letter ‘h’ ….. (вывешивается буква h на скотч или на магнит).

Шляпа, апельсин, лемон, мороженое, платье, яблоко, желтый, конфета

HAT

ORANGE

LEMON

ICE-CREAM

DRESS

APPLE

YELLOW

SWEET

H

O

L

I

D

A

Y

S

P1, P2, P3, …..: orange – ‘o’, lemon – ‘l’, ice-cream – ‘i’, dress – ‘d’, apple – ‘a’, yellow – ‘y’, sweets – ‘s’.

T: So, what key word have we got? Right. … (‘Holidays’). I am sure you know much about holidays in different countries of the world. So, every country and nation has their own traditions and customs. It's very important to know traditions and customs of different people, especially if we want to know their language. We can't say: " we know English", if we do not know English traditions. Besides, they are very important in the life of English people. They are proud of their traditions and keep them up carefully. That's why we are going to know more about British holidays today, will learn new words, practice our skills in reading, speaking, will know more about traditions of the English-speaking countries. I hope you you’ll enjoy our English lesson. Please, be active and friendly to each other.

T: Let’s start our lesson with phonetic drill.

1.3 Phonetic drill: “Five little pumpkins”.


Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate

The first one said "Oh my, it's getting late."

The second one said "There are witches in the air."

The third one said "But we don't care!"

The fourth one said "Let's run and run and run!"

The fifth one said "I'm ready for some fun."

Ooo ooo went the wind and out went the light

And the five little pumpkins rolled out of sight.

[faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈpʌmpkɪnz ˈsɪtɪŋ ɒn ə geɪt]
[ðə fɜːst wʌn sɛd "əʊ maɪ, ɪts ˈgɛtɪŋ leɪt].
[ðə ˈsɛkənd wʌn sɛd "ðeər ɑːˈwɪʧɪz ɪn ði eə]."
[ðə θɜːd wʌn sɛd "bʌt wiː dəʊnt keə!"
[ðə fɔːθ wʌn sɛd "lɛts rʌn ænd rʌn ænd rʌn!"]
[ðə fɪfθ wʌn sɛd "aɪmˈrɛdi fɔː sʌm fʌn."]
[Ooo ooo wɛnt ðə wɪnd ænd aʊt wɛnt ðə laɪt]
nd ðə faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈpʌmpkɪnz rəʊld aʊt ɒf saɪt]


1.4 Speech practice

T: As we know there are several holidays in the year. And today we'll talk about only late-autumn, winter and early-spring holidays in Britain and traditions connected with them. 2 min.

And, now, the first game. Look at the blackboard, please, and find the right date for every holiday:

January, 1 Easter

April – May New Year

February, 14 Thanksgiving Day

December, 25 St. Valentine's Day

November,26 Halloween

October,31 Christmas

PI: We celebrate New Year on the 1st of January.

P2: Easter is celebrated in April or May.

P3:etc

Т.: Thank you. Very good!

  1. Оқушылардың жаңа материалды белсенді ұғынуына көңіл бөлу: ___ мин.

Подготовка учащихся к активному и сознательному усвоению нового материала: ___ мин.

T: Look at the screen.

Task 1. Let's read and guess. What is the holiday talking about?

  1. In America it's the most important holiday of the year. It is a religious holiday and one of the happiest holidays of the year, because it is the day that Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Every family tries to have a fir tree, which is decorated with colored lights. Children often hang up large stockings to receive the presents. It is celebrated on the 25th of December.

  2. It celebrates the start of a new year. People have parties through the night. The theatres, night clubs and restaurants are crowded. In Times Square, in New York, at a minute before midnight, a lighted ball goes down from one of the buildings. Americans celebrate this Day on the first day of January, but people begin celebrating on December 31.

  3. It is a day of love and friendship. It is celebrated among persons of all ages. On that day most people send cards in the form of a heart, candy or roses to people they love. The greeting cards are often colored, have red pictures of hearts. It is a favorite day for parties, especially by young people.

  4. It is celebrated on Sunday in April or May. The week before this holiday people color eggs. Little children believe that the Bunny comes and leaves the eggs for them. That's why holiday’s candy is made in form of eggs, little chickens and rabbits. Eggs are the symbol of new life. It is a church holiday. This holiday marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring.

  5. It is a national holiday. It is celebrated on the 4th Thursday in November. It was first celebrated in 1621 by the Pilgrim Fathers, after their first harvest. Most churches hold Thanksgiving services. This holiday is a family day. It is customary for all members of the family to gather at the home of their parents. The family eats a large traditional dinner which will include turkey and pumpkin pie.

  6. It is one of the best holidays for children. It is the day or evening before All Saints' Day. It is celebrated on October 31. Children wear masks and colorful costumes. The most popular costumes are ghosts, witches and skeletons. They dress up costumes and walk door to door in the neighborhood and shout "Trick or treat! People also decorate houses and schools in the traditional holiday’s colors: orange and black and set jack-o'-lanterns in the windows.

Task 2. Speech practice. All about Halloween.

T: Сегодня как вы уже наверное догадались мы будем говорить подробнее о приближающемся празднике Хэллоуин. И сначала, давайте узнаем историю этого праздника. Может быть, кто знает из вас, откуда пришел к нам этот праздник?

S1:…S2…S3 ответы учащихся
Праздник был привезён кельтами в США. У кельтов Новый год отмечался 1 ноября, а 31 октября они прощались со злыми духами, которые накопились в уходящем году. Когда Новый год перенесли на 31 декабря, праздник решили оставить и теперь это лишний повод отвлечься от рутины обыденной жизни.
Task 3. Practice active vocabulary. Match the transcription with the English words and read, pay attention to pronunciation.

T: Look at the board. You see transcription and the words. Match them. S1, please go to the blackboard and the other do it in written.

  1. a skeleton

  2. a witch

  3. broom

  4. black cat

  5. bat

  6. ghost

  7. zombie

  8. pumpkin

  9. moon

  10. candy

  11. jack’o’lantern

  12. haunted house

a. [ˈkændi]
b. [gəʊst]
c. [ˈpʌmpkɪn]
d. [ʤæk ‘əʊ ˈlæntən]
e. [muːn]
f. [ə wɪʧ]
g. [‘hɔːntɪd ‘haʊs]
h. [brʊm]
i. [bæt]
g. [ə ˈskɛlɪtn]

k. [blæk ‘kæt]

l. [ˈzɒmbi]

T: Now we’ll learn new words. But the meaning of these words you’ll find themselves. Let’s begin.

Task 4. Match the words and the pictures and then write down them in vocabulary. Each pupil has received a distributing card with pictures (taken with different sites) and tasks:

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bat
broom
pumpkin
ghost
cemetery
mummy

skull
owl
cauldron
werewolf
skeleton
coffin

witch
grave
vampire
trick-o-treating
jack-o-lantern
graveyard

Task 4. Auding and searchreading.

T: Итак, во время празднования Хэллоуина дети наряжаются в костюмы нечистой силы - кого? А как вы думаете, какие основные символы данного праздника?

S1:…S2…S3 горящая тыква называется jack-o-lantern

T: Do you know the legend about this symbol? No?... Let’s listen to the irish legend.

Irish legend about jack-o-lantern

According to an Irish tale, an old man named Jack was scurrying home along a country road when the devil suddenly appeared beside him. Jack knew the devil had come to claim his soul. As the two walked along, they came to a tree heavy with big, red apples.

"Wouldn't an apple taste good right now?" Jack suggested to the devil,

"They’re fine looking apples, for sure," said the devil. "But they all grow too high for me to reach."

"Then stand on my shoulders", Jack said. "Surely you'll be able to reach them".

So the devil climbed up onto Jack's shoulders, swung himself onto a branch of the tree, and began picking the biggest, the reddest fruit he could find. Suddenly, Jack whipped out his pocket knife and carved the sign of the cross on the tree trunk. That ma­de it impossible for the devil to climb down out of the tree.

"Get me down from here," cried the devil "and I won't claim your soul for ten years!"

But Jack was far too smart to fall for that. " I’ll let you down only if you promise NEVER to claim my soul”, he said. And the devil, desperate to get down, agreed.

But Jack wasn't as smart as he thought he was. Before the next Halloween, his body wore out, and his Soul needed a place to rest. He was turned back from the gates of heaven because of his stingy, mean ways on earth. When he got to hell, the devil shouted "Go away! You tricked me into promising I'd never claim your soul. I must keep my word. You cannot enter into hell!"

"But where then shall I go?" Jack asked.

"Back from where you came", the devil replied.

"I'll never find my way back to earth in the dark", Jack cried. So the devil threw him a chunk of coal from the very furnaces of hell. Jack caught the glowing ember and placed it inside a turnip he was gnawing on. He has been wandering around the earth with his first jack'o' – lantern in search of a resting place ever since!

Task 5. Exercises to the legend.

T: Now, let’s do some exercises.

1.Decide which of the following statements are true:

a) The devil came to claim Jack's soul;

b) Jack climbed up onto the devil's shoulders;

c) Jack was very smart;

d) The devil kept his word;

e) Jack placed the chunk of glowing coal he had received from the devil inside a turnip.

2.Find the right endings to the sentences:

1. Jack knew a) the devil had come to claim his soul

2. The devil climbed b) threw Jack a chunk of coal

3. Jack carved c) onto Jack's shoulders

4. The devil d) the glowing ember

5. Jack caught e) the sign of cross on the trunk

Task 6. Let’s sing. Song “Ten little witches”

T: Let’s relax and sing all together.

One little, two little, three little pumpkins,
Four little, five little, six little pumpkins.
Seven little, eight little, nine little pumpkins,
Ten little pumpkins in a row.

Carve a face and make a jack-o-lantern,
Carve a face and make a jack-o-lantern.
Carve a face and make a jack-o-lantern,
Halloween is here!

One little, two little, three little witches,
Four little, five little, six little witches.
Seven little, eight little, nine little witches,
Ten little witches in a row.

Put them on a broom and fly away witches,
Put them on a broom and fly away witches.
Put them on a broom and fly away witches,
Halloween is here!

One little, two little, three little ghosts,
Four little, five little, six little ghosts.
Seven little, eight little, nine little ghosts,
Ten little ghosts in a row.

BOO says the ghosts and then they disappear,
BOO says the ghosts and then they disappear.
BOO says the ghosts and then they disappear,
Halloween is here!
Halloween is here!
Halloween is here!

  1. Оқушылардың жаңа білімді қалай түсінгенін тексеру: ___ мин.

Проверка понимания учащимися нового материала: ___ мин.

Жаңа сабақты бекіту: ___ мин.

Закрепление нового материала: ___ мин.

Task 1. Quiz.

T: Now we'll have Halloween quiz and I'll see what you know about this holiday. Oh, how I like the puzzles.

1. When is Halloween celebrated?

A) December 25-th
B) February 14-th
C) October 31-st

2. What colors are associated with Halloween?

a) Red and green
b) Orange and black
c) Yellow and blue

3. Who can walk through the walls?

a) Witches
b) Goblins
c) Ghosts

4. What is worn around the neck to keep vampires away?

a) Garlic
b) Onion
c) Pepper

5. How many bones are there in the human skeleton?

a) About 50
b) Over 200
c) Over 1000

6. What does a witch use for transport?

a) A hat
b) A broomstick
c) A motorbike

Task 2. Hidden Halloween words.(Puzzle)

T: Circle each Halloween word hidden in the word search

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  1. Үй жұмысы туралы және оны орындау тәртібі: ___ мин.

Информация о домашнем задании и инструктаже о его выполнении: мин.

T: learn active vocabulary; solve a rebus

5.Сабақты қорыту: ___ мин.

Подведение итогов урока: ___ мин.

Саморефлексия.

На доске прикрепляются несколько паучков двух цветов - тёмные и белые. На доске рисуется большой котёл, в котором учитель в костюме ведьмочки «варит» зелье из пауков. Он предлагает ученикам помочь ему в этом, для чего они должны положить в котёл каждый по паучку (белый, если они усвоили материал урока и урок им понравился; тёмный, если нет.)

Conclusion. Evaluation.

T: Boys, our lesson is almost over. I enjoyed your work at the lesson today. We've made so much today and as a conclusion of our lesson I wish you be always happy. And I extremely agree with Abraham Lincoln, who said "Most people are as happy as they make up their minds to be". Study foreign languages, not only English, and know traditions of foreign people because of it's very interesting. Your marks are…. Thank you. You may be free. See you soon! Good -bye!


Squirrels
Five little squirrels sitting in a tree.
The first one said, "What do I see?"
The second one said, "Some nuts on the ground."
The third one said, "Those nuts I found."
The fourth one said, "I'll race you there."
The Fifth one said, "All right, that's fair."
So they shook their tails and ran with glee.
To the nuts that lay at the foot of the tree.

ˈskwɪrəlz

[faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈskwɪrəlz ˈsɪtɪŋ ɪn ə triː].
[
ðə fɜːst wʌn sɛd, "wɒt duː siː?"]
[
ðə ˈsɛkənd wʌn sɛd, "sʌm nʌts ɒn ðə graʊnd]."
[
ðə θɜːd wʌn sɛd], "ðəʊz nʌts faʊnd]."
[
ðə fɔːθ wʌn sɛd, "aɪl reɪs juː ðeə."
[
ðə fɪfθ wʌn sɛd, "ɔːl raɪtðæts feə."
[
səʊ ðeɪ ʃʊk ðeə teɪlz ænd ræn wɪð gliː].
[
tuː ðə nʌts ðæt leɪ æt ðə fʊt ɒv ðə triː].

Squirrels
Five little squirrels sitting in a tree.
The first one said, "What do I see?"
The second one said, "Some nuts on the ground."
The third one said, "Those nuts I found."
The fourth one said, "I'll race you there."
The Fifth one said, "All right, that's fair."
So they shook their tails and ran with glee.
To the nuts that lay at the foot of the tree.

ˈskwɪrəlz

[faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈskwɪrəlz ˈsɪtɪŋ ɪn ə triː].
[
ðə fɜːst wʌn sɛd, "wɒt duː siː?"]
[
ðə ˈsɛkənd wʌn sɛd, "sʌm nʌts ɒn ðə graʊnd]."
[
ðə θɜːd wʌn sɛd], "ðəʊz nʌts faʊnd]."
[
ðə fɔːθ wʌn sɛd, "aɪl reɪs juː ðeə."
[
ðə fɪfθ wʌn sɛd, "ɔːl raɪtðæts feə."
[
səʊ ðeɪ ʃʊk ðeə teɪlz ænd ræn wɪð gliː].
[
tuː ðə nʌts ðæt leɪ æt ðə fʊt ɒv ðə triː].

Squirrels
Five little squirrels sitting in a tree.
The first one said, "What do I see?"
The second one said, "Some nuts on the ground."
The third one said, "Those nuts I found."
The fourth one said, "I'll race you there."
The Fifth one said, "All right, that's fair."
So they shook their tails and ran with glee.
To the nuts that lay at the foot of the tree.

ˈskwɪrəlz

[faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈskwɪrəlz ˈsɪtɪŋ ɪn ə triː].
[
ðə fɜːst wʌn sɛd, "wɒt duː siː?"]
[
ðə ˈsɛkənd wʌn sɛd, "sʌm nʌts ɒn ðə graʊnd]."
[
ðə θɜːd wʌn sɛd], "ðəʊz nʌts faʊnd]."
[
ðə fɔːθ wʌn sɛd, "aɪl reɪs juː ðeə."
[
ðə fɪfθ wʌn sɛd, "ɔːl raɪtðæts feə."
[
səʊ ðeɪ ʃʊk ðeə teɪlz ænd ræn wɪð gliː].
[
tuː ðə nʌts ðæt leɪ æt ðə fʊt ɒv ðə triː].

Squirrels
Five little squirrels sitting in a tree.
The first one said, "What do I see?"
The second one said, "Some nuts on the ground."
The third one said, "Those nuts I found."
The fourth one said, "I'll race you there."
The Fifth one said, "All right, that's fair."
So they shook their tails and ran with glee.
To the nuts that lay at the foot of the tree.

ˈskwɪrəlz

[faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈskwɪrəlz ˈsɪtɪŋ ɪn ə triː].
[
ðə fɜːst wʌn sɛd, "wɒt duː siː?"]
[
ðə ˈsɛkənd wʌn sɛd, "sʌm nʌts ɒn ðə graʊnd]."
[
ðə θɜːd wʌn sɛd], "ðəʊz nʌts faʊnd]."
[
ðə fɔːθ wʌn sɛd, "aɪl reɪs juː ðeə."
[
ðə fɪfθ wʌn sɛd, "ɔːl raɪtðæts feə."
[
səʊ ðeɪ ʃʊk ðeə teɪlz ænd ræn wɪð gliː].
[
tuː ðə nʌts ðæt leɪ æt ðə fʊt ɒv ðə triː].

Squirrels
Five little squirrels sitting in a tree.
The first one said, "What do I see?"
The second one said, "Some nuts on the ground."
The third one said, "Those nuts I found."
The fourth one said, "I'll race you there."
The Fifth one said, "All right, that's fair."
So they shook their tails and ran with glee.
To the nuts that lay at the foot of the tree.

ˈskwɪrəlz

[faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈskwɪrəlz ˈsɪtɪŋ ɪn ə triː].
[
ðə fɜːst wʌn sɛd, "wɒt duː siː?"]
[
ðə ˈsɛkənd wʌn sɛd, "sʌm nʌts ɒn ðə graʊnd]."
[
ðə θɜːd wʌn sɛd], "ðəʊz nʌts faʊnd]."
[
ðə fɔːθ wʌn sɛd, "aɪl reɪs juː ðeə."
[
ðə fɪfθ wʌn sɛd, "ɔːl raɪtðæts feə."
[
səʊ ðeɪ ʃʊk ðeə teɪlz ænd ræn wɪð gliː].
[
tuː ðə nʌts ðæt leɪ æt ðə fʊt ɒv ðə triː].

Squirrels
Five little squirrels sitting in a tree.
The first one said, "What do I see?"
The second one said, "Some nuts on the ground."
The third one said, "Those nuts I found."
The fourth one said, "I'll race you there."
The Fifth one said, "All right, that's fair."
So they shook their tails and ran with glee.
To the nuts that lay at the foot of the tree.

ˈskwɪrəlz

[faɪv ˈlɪtl ˈskwɪrəlz ˈsɪtɪŋ ɪn ə triː].
[
ðə fɜːst wʌn sɛd, "wɒt duː siː?"]
[
ðə ˈsɛkənd wʌn sɛd, "sʌm nʌts ɒn ðə graʊnd]."
[
ðə θɜːd wʌn sɛd], "ðəʊz nʌts faʊnd]."
[
ðə fɔːθ wʌn sɛd, "aɪl reɪs juː ðeə."
[
ðə fɪfθ wʌn sɛd, "ɔːl raɪtðæts feə."
[
səʊ ðeɪ ʃʊk ðeə teɪlz ænd ræn wɪð gliː].
[
tuː ðə nʌts ðæt leɪ æt ðə fʊt ɒv ðə triː].

  1. In America it's the most important holiday of the year. It is a religious holiday and one of the happiest holidays of the year, because it is the day that Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Every family tries to have a fir tree, which is decorated with colored lights. Children often hang up large stockings to receive the presents. It is celebrated on the 25th of December.

  2. It celebrates the start of a new year. People have parties through the night. The theatres, night clubs and restaurants are crowded. In Times Square, in New York, at a minute before midnight, a lighted ball goes down from one of the buildings. Americans celebrate this Day on the first day of January, but people begin celebrating on December 31.

  3. It is a day of love and friendship. It is celebrated among persons of all ages. On that day most people send cards in the form of a heart, candy or roses to people they love. The greeting cards are often colored, have red pictures of hearts. It is a favorite day for parties, especially by young people.

  4. It is celebrated on Sunday in April or May. The week before this holiday people color eggs. Little children believe that the Bunny comes and leaves the eggs for them. That's why holiday’s candy is made in form of eggs, little chickens and rabbits. Eggs are the symbol of new life. It is a church holiday. This holiday marks the end of winter and the beginning of spring.

  5. It is a national holiday. It is celebrated on the 4th Thursday in November. It was first celebrated in 1621 by the Pilgrim Fathers, after their first harvest. Most churches hold Thanksgiving services. This holiday is a family day. It is customary for all members of the family to gather at the home of their parents. The family eats a large traditional dinner which will include turkey and pumpkin pie.

  6. It is one of the best holidays for children. It is the day or evening before All Saints' Day. It is celebrated on October 31. Children wear masks and colorful costumes. The most popular costumes are ghosts, witches and skeletons. They dress up costumes and walk door to door in the neighborhood and shout "Trick or treat! People also decorate houses and schools in the traditional holiday’s colors: orange and black and set jack-o'-lanterns in the windows.
















Task 2. Match the words and the pictures and then write down them in vocabulary. Each pupil has received a distributing card with pictures (taken with different sites) and tasks:

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bat
broom
pumpkin
ghost
cemetery
mummy

skull
owl
cauldron
werewolf
skeleton
coffin

witch
grave
vampire
trick-o-treating
jack-o-lantern
graveyard


Task 2. Match the words and the pictures and then write down them in vocabulary. Each pupil has received a distributing card with pictures (taken with different sites) and tasks:

hello_html_16f76718.png

bat
broom
pumpkin
ghost
cemetery
mummy

skull
owl
cauldron
werewolf
skeleton
coffin

witch
grave
vampire
trick-o-treating
jack-o-lantern
graveyard


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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 How well do you know British … КГУ«Айыртауский cельскохозяйст...
Phonetic drill: „Five little pumpkins“ Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate...
Find the right date for every holiday and say January, 1		Easter April – May...
Task 1. Let's read and guess. What is the holiday talking about?
Christmas Day December 25 Religious ceremony commemorating the birth of Chris...
New Year’s Day the beginning of the new year. People make resolutions.
Saint Valentine’s Day February 14 Was started in the time of Roman Empire. Is...
Easter In April. The celebration of the Resurrection of Christ Schools are cl...
Thanksgiving Day It is celebrated on the 4th Thursday in November. It was fir...
Halloween October 31 A pagan festival celebrates the return of the souls that...
Halloween is one of the oldest celebrations in the world, dating back over 20...
It was believed that on Samhain the spirits of the dead would gather together...
Task 3. Practice active vocabulary. Match the transcription with the words: a...
Look at the pictures and review them!
Task 4. Match the words and the pictures and write down them in vocabulary. b...
Hidden Halloween words. Task: Circle each Halloween word hidden in the word s...
Answer: howl-вой Your home task: Answer: shadow-тень Answer: spirit-дух
Thank you for the lesson!
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 How well do you know British … КГУ«Айыртауский cельскохозяйственный колледж» Lesson: Преподаватель: Крейк Татьяна Анатольевна holidays ?

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Phonetic drill: „Five little pumpkins“ Five little pumpkins sitting on a gate The first one said "Oh my, it's getting late." The second one said "There are witches in the air." The third one said "But we don't care!" The fourth one said "Let's run and run and run!" The fifth one said "I'm ready for some fun." Ooo ooo went the wind and out went the light And the five little pumpkins rolled out of sight.

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Find the right date for every holiday and say January, 1 Easter April – May New Year February, 14 Thanksgiving Day December, 25 St. Valentine's Day November,26 Halloween October,31 Christmas S1: We celebrate … on the … of … . S2: … is celebrated in … . etc.

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Task 1. Let's read and guess. What is the holiday talking about?

№ слайда 5 Christmas Day December 25 Religious ceremony commemorating the birth of Christ.
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Christmas Day December 25 Religious ceremony commemorating the birth of Christ. Children wake up early to find presents in their stockings. Traditional Christmas tree and dinner.

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New Year’s Day the beginning of the new year. People make resolutions.

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Saint Valentine’s Day February 14 Was started in the time of Roman Empire. Is dedicated to St. Valentine. People send a card to someone they love, like, fancy or admire.

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Easter In April. The celebration of the Resurrection of Christ Schools are closed for two weeks. People give each other chocolate eggs that are wrapped in silver paper.

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Thanksgiving Day It is celebrated on the 4th Thursday in November. It was first celebrated in 1621 by the Pilgrim Fathers, after their first harvest. This holiday is a family day. All members of the family gather at the home of their parents. The family eats a large traditional dinner which will include turkey and pumpkin pie.

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Halloween October 31 A pagan festival celebrates the return of the souls that visit their former houses. People dress up as witches, ghosts etc. Houses are decorated with pumpkins.

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Halloween is one of the oldest celebrations in the world, dating back over 2000 years to the time of the Celts who lived in Britain and northern France. It has its roots in the feast of Samhain, which took place on 31 October each year to honour the dead. Task 2. Speech practice. All about Halloween.

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It was believed that on Samhain the spirits of the dead would gather together, talking on different forms. Bad spirits would manifest themselves as animals, with the most evil ones becoming cats. In order to keep these spirits away people would dress up in costumes made from the skins and heads of their animals and carry lanterns, made out of turnips, to light their way. These lanterns would be painted or carved with faces in effort to scare off any evil spirits.

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Task 3. Practice active vocabulary. Match the transcription with the words: a skeleton a witch broom black cat bat ghost zombie pumpkin moon candy jack’o’lantern haunted house a. [ˈkændi] b. [gəʊst] c. [ˈpʌmpkɪn] d. [ʤæk‘əʊˈlæntən] e. [muːn] f. [əwɪʧ] g. [‘hɔːntɪd‘haʊs] h. [brʊm] i. [bæt] g. [ə ˈskɛlɪtn] k. [blæk‘kæt] l. [ˈzɒmbi]

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Look at the pictures and review them!

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№ слайда 17 Task 4. Match the words and the pictures and write down them in vocabulary. bat
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Task 4. Match the words and the pictures and write down them in vocabulary. bat broom pumpkin ghost cemetery mummy skull owl cauldron werewolf skeleton coffin witch grave vampire trick-o-treating jack-o-lantern graveyard

№ слайда 18 Hidden Halloween words. Task: Circle each Halloween word hidden in the word sear
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Hidden Halloween words. Task: Circle each Halloween word hidden in the word search

№ слайда 19 Answer: howl-вой Your home task: Answer: shadow-тень Answer: spirit-дух
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Answer: howl-вой Your home task: Answer: shadow-тень Answer: spirit-дух

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Thank you for the lesson!

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Данный конспект урока с презентацией на тему "How well do you know British Holidays" рассчитан на учащихся с разным уровнем языковой подготовки. Этот урок можно использовать для закрепления, повторения пройденного материала, расширения кругозора учащихся. Данный урок позволяет практиковать все виды речевой деятельности. Чередование различных форм работы превращает урок в увлекательное, познавательное и творческое занятие для учащихся.

Автор Крейк Татьяна Анатольевна
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