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Snow White and Seven Dwarfs

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Teacher: Akhmetova N.U.












Құзіреттілікке жеткізетін шараның мақсат-міндеттері:

 А) Ақпараттық құзіреттілік: Студенттердің ағылшын тіліне деген қызығушылықтарын арттыру, есте сақтау қабілеттерін, зейінін дамыту.  

 Ә) Коммуникативтік құзіреттілік: Сөйлеу қабілетін, өз ойын жеткізе білуге баулу. Ертегіні суреттеп, сахналап қою. Мән-мағынасын ашу. Ертегі кейіпкерлері мен ондағы оқиғаны көз алдына елестете отырып ертегі мазмұнын иллюстрациялау.

Б) Проблеманы шешу құзіреттілігі: Студенттер бойындағы адамгершілік, шығармашылық қабілетін дамыту.

Шараның түрі: сахналық қойылым

Көрнекіліктер:  интерактивті тақта, компьютер, слайдтар, костюмдер, айна



Шаранаң барысы: “Snow White and seven dwarfs”


CHARACTERS: Snow White, Queen, Seven Dwarfs, Huntsman, Prince, Narrator, Mirror

SCENE 1

Narrator: Once upon a time there lived a King and a Queen. One day the Queen gave birth to a baby daughter whose skin was as white as snow, and whose cheeks were bright red. She called her little girl Snow White.

Unfortunately, soon after that, the Queen died. A year later the King married again.

The new Queen was very beautiful but too proud of her own beauty. The Queen had a magic looking-glass and she used to ask it this question:

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: You, oh Queen, are the fairest of all.

Narrator: Meanwhile, Snow White was growing from a baby into a lovely little girl. She was even more beautiful than the Queen.

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: Among the grown-up ladies tall,

You, oh Queen, are the fairest of all.

Yet the truth I must tell you and so I do vow,

That the child Snow White is more lovely than you.

Queen (calls one of her huntsman): Take this child away, deep into the forest and kill her, for I can no longer bear the sight of her!

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SCENE 2

(The huntsman takes Snow White by the hand and leads her far into the forest. Then he stops and draws out his knife to kill her.)

Snow White: Please do not kill me. If you spare me, I’ll go further into the forest and I promise never to try to return home again.

Huntsman: Run away then, my poor child. (To the audience: the wild beasts will soon devour the poor child.)

(Snow White is terrified. She doesn’t know which way to go. She runs on and on. She hears some roars of wild beasts, but none tries to harm her. At last she comes to a little cottage by the side of a mountain.)

SCENE 3

(A table with a white cloth, seven plates, knives, forks, spoons, glasses, seven little beds. Snow White eats some food from each plate and drinks a mouthful of wine from each glass, then she tries the six little beds and at last she comes to the last one and falls asleep.)

Narrator: The cottage belonged to seven dwarfs who, when it became dark, returned home. They had spent all day in the mountains, digging for gold.

1st dwarf: Who has been sitting on my chair?

2nddwarf: Who has been eating from my plate?

3rddwarf: Who has been eating my bread?

4thdwarf: Who has been eating my vegetables?

5thdwarf: Who has been using my knife?

6thdwarf: Who has been using my fork?

7thdwarf: Who has been drinking out of my glass?

(Next the dwarfs come up to their beds)

The Dwarfs: Who has been lying in my bed?

7thdwarf (reaches his bed and finds Snow White fast asleep): Look who’s in my bed!

Together: What a beautiful child!

1stdwarf: What is your name?

Snow White: My name is Snow White.

2nddwarf: But how did you find our cottage?

Snow White: The Queen, my stepmother, ordered the huntsman to kill me in the forest, but he agreed to spare my life. Then I ran and ran all day through the forest, until I came to this little cottage.

Dwarfs (together): Poor little girl!

3rddwarf: If you look after us, keep our house clean and tidy…

4thdwarf: …cook and wash…

5thdwarf: …and mend for us, you can live here with us.

7thdwarf: We’ll take good care of you.

Snow White: Oh, you are kind! I’ll be glad to do that!

5thdwarf: We are out all day, working and you will be alone in the house.

4thdwarf: If your stepmother learns that you are here, she may come and try to do you harm. So don’t let anyone enter the house while we are away.

Snow White: All right. I’ll heed your warning.

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SCENE 4

Narrator: She was very happy living with the dwarfs. Every evening when they returned home, she had supper ready for them and the house was neat and clean.

Meanwhile the Queen, believing Snow White to be dead, was quite happy in the thought that she herself was the most beautiful lady in the world.

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: You, oh Queen, are exceedingly fair

But the truth I must tell you and this I do swear,

Snow White is not dead but living still,

In a little house far over the hill;

And though you, oh Queen, are certainly fair,

This child’s great beauty does make her more fair.

Queen (her anger is great): I’ll find Snow White and kill her myself.

(Thinking a little) I have a plan.

SCENE 5

Queen: Snow White will die, I swear, even if it costs me my life!

(She takes an apple which has one green cheek and one rosy check. Then she puts poison into the red cheek of the apple.)

SCENE 6

(Then she knocks at the door.)

Snow White: I am forbidden to open the door to anyone. (She calls through the window.)

Queen: It’s all the same to me! I only want to get rid of these apples. Here, I’ll give this one to you. (Holding out the poisoned apple.)

Snow White: I dare not take it. (Shakes her head.)

Queen: (laughs.) Are you afraid that it’s poisoned? Look, I’ll cut it in two halves –rosy and green. (She holds out the rosy half and bites the green half herself.)

(Snow White takes the rosy half and bites into it. She falls down dead. The Queen laughs horribly and cries:

Queen: This time the dwarfs won’t help you!

SCENE 7

Narrator: When the dwarfs returned home, they found Snow White lying on the floor, no longer breathing. The dwarfs were heart-broken. For three days and nights they stood round her, mourning. Then they carried Snow White in the glass coffin to the top of the mountain. Snow White lay in the glass coffin for many years. One day, a king’s son found the coffin on the top of the mountain. He couldn’t take his eyes from the beautiful girl and fell in love with her.

Prince: Let me have the coffin, and I will give you whatever you ask.

Dwarfs: We wound not part with Snow White for all the gold in the world.

Prince: I cannot live without her. If you give her to me, I’ll cherish her all my life.

Narrator: The young man looked so unhappy that the dwarfs agreed to give him the coffin. As the servants were carrying the coffin, they stumbled on the roots of a tree and the coffin was badly jolted. The piece of apple, which had stuck in Snow White’s throat, was flung out.

Snow White: Where am I? Oh, that farmer’s wife with red apples…

Prince: Come with me to my father’s palace and we’ll get married.

Snow White: Good bye, my dear friends. You have been so kind to me and loved me so dearly.

Dwarfs: Good bye, Snow White. We are glad that you are alive. Be happy with the Prince.

Snow White: Thank you.

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SCENE 8

Narrator: A magnificent wedding feast was arranged for Snow White and the Prince. Snow White’s stepmother was also invited to the feast. When she was ready for the wedding, she asked the mirror again:

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: You, oh Queen, are exceedingly fair

But the truth I must tell you and so I do vow,

That the young bride-to-be Snow White is lovelier than you!

(On hearing the words she felt a sharp pain in her heart, fell on the floor and died.)


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Сыныптан тыс шара "Snow White and Seven Dwarfs" Орал қаласы Ж. Досмухамедов атындағы педагогикалық колледжінің 3 курс студенттерімен ағылшын тілі айлығы аясында өткізілді.

Құзіреттілікке жеткізетін шараның мақсат-міндеттері:

А) Ақпараттық құзіреттілік: Студенттердің ағылшын тіліне деген қызығушылықтарын арттыру, есте сақтау қабілеттерін, зейінін дамыту.

Ә) Коммуникативтік құзіреттілік: Сөйлеу, өз ойын жеткізе білу қабілеттерін дамыту. Ертегіні суреттеп, сахналап қою, мән-мағынасын ашу, ертегі кейіпкерлері мен ондағы оқиғаны көз алдына елестете отырып ертегі мазмұнын иллюстрациялау.

Б) Проблеманы шешу құзіреттілігі: Студенттер бойындағы адамгершілік, шығармашылық қабілетін дамыту.

Шараның түрі: сахналық қойылым

Көрнекіліктер: интерактивті тақта, компьютер, слайдтар, костюмдер, айна.

Шаранаң барысы: “Snow Whiteand seven dwarfs”

CHARACTERS: Snow White, Queen, Seven Dwarfs, Huntsman, Prince, Narrator, Mirror

SCENE 1

Narrator: Once upon a time there lived a King and a Queen. One day the Queen gave birth to a baby daughter whose skin was as white as snow, and whose cheeks were bright red. She called her little girl Snow White.

Unfortunately, soon after that, the Queen died. A year later the King married again.

The new Queen was very beautiful but too proud of her own beauty. The Queen had a magic looking-glass and she used to ask it this question:

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: You, oh Queen, are the fairest of all.

Narrator: Meanwhile, Snow White was growing from a baby into a lovely little girl. She was even more beautiful than the Queen.

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: Among the grown-up ladies tall,

You, oh Queen, are the fairest of all.

Yet the truth I must tell you and so I do vow,

That the child Snow White is more lovely than you.

Queen (calls one of her huntsman): Take this child away, deep into the forest and kill her, for I can no longer bear the sight of her!

SCENE 2

(The huntsman takes Snow White by the hand and leads her far into the forest. Then he stops and draws out his knife to kill her.)

Snow White: Please do not kill me. If you spare me, I’ll go further into the forest and I promise never to try to return home again.

Huntsman: Run away then, my poor child.(To the audience: the wild beasts will soon devour the poor child.)

(Snow White is terrified. She doesn’t know which way to go. She runs on and on. She hears some roars of wild beasts, but none tries to harm her. At last she comes to a little cottage by the side of a mountain.)

SCENE 3

(A table with a white cloth, seven plates, knives, forks, spoons, glasses, seven little beds. Snow White eats some food from each plate and drinks a mouthful of wine from each glass, then she tries the six little beds and at last she comes to the last one and falls asleep.)

Narrator: The cottage belonged to seven dwarfs who, when it became dark, returned home. They had spent all day in the mountains, digging for gold.

1stdwarf: Who has been sitting on my chair?

2nddwarf: Who has been eating from my plate?

3rddwarf: Who has been eating my bread?

4thdwarf: Who has been eating my vegetables?

5thdwarf: Who has been using my knife?

6thdwarf: Who has been using my fork?

7thdwarf: Who has been drinking out of my glass?

(Next the dwarfs come up to their beds)

The Dwarfs: Who has been lying in my bed?

7thdwarf (reaches his bed and finds Snow White fast asleep): Look who’s in my bed!

Together: What a beautiful child!

1stdwarf: What is your name?

Snow White: My name is Snow White.

2nddwarf: But how did you find our cottage?

Snow White: The Queen, my stepmother, ordered the huntsman to kill me in the forest, but he agreed to spare my life. Then I ran and ran all day through the forest, until I came to this little cottage.

Dwarfs (together): Poor little girl!

3rddwarf: If you look after us, keep our house clean and tidy…

4thdwarf: …cook and wash…

5thdwarf: …and mend for us, you can live here with us.

7thdwarf: We’ll take good care of you.

Snow White: Oh, you are kind! I’ll be glad to do that!

5thdwarf: We are out all day, working and you will be alone in the house.

4thdwarf: If your stepmother learns that you are here, she may come and try to do you harm. So don’t let anyone enter the house while we are away.

Snow White: All right. I’ll heed your warning.

SCENE 4

Narrator: She was very happy living with the dwarfs. Every evening when they returned home, she had supper ready for them and the house was neat and clean.

Meanwhile the Queen, believing Snow White to be dead, was quite happy in the thought that she herself was the most beautiful lady in the world.

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: You, oh Queen, are exceedingly fair

But the truth I must tell you and this I do swear,

Snow White is not dead but living still,

In a little house far over the hill;

And though you, oh Queen, are certainly fair,

This child’s great beauty does make her more fair.

Queen (her anger is great): I’ll find Snow White and kill her myself.

(Thinking a little) I have a plan.

SCENE 5

Queen: Snow White will die, I swear, even if it costs me my life!

(She takes an apple which has one green cheek and one rosy check. Then she puts poison into the red cheek of the apple.)

SCENE 6

(Then she knocks at the door.)

Snow White: I am forbidden to open the door to anyone.(She calls through the window.)

Queen: It’s all the same to me! I only want to get rid of these apples. Here, I’ll give this one to you.(Holding out the poisoned apple.)

Snow White: I dare not take it.(Shakes her head.)

Queen: (laughs.) Are you afraid that it’s poisoned? Look, I’ll cut it in two halves –rosy and green.(She holds out the rosy half and bites the green half herself.)

(Snow White takes the rosy half and bites into it. She falls down dead. The Queen laughs horribly and cries:

Queen: This time the dwarfs won’t help you!

SCENE 7

Narrator: When the dwarfs returned home, they found Snow White lying on the floor, no longer breathing. The dwarfs were heart-broken. For three days and nights they stood round her, mourning. Then they carried Snow White in the glass coffin to the top of the mountain. Snow White lay in the glass coffin for many years. One day, a king’s son found the coffin on the top of the mountain. He couldn’t take his eyes from the beautiful girl and fell in love with her.

Prince: Let me have the coffin, and I will give you whatever you ask.

Dwarfs: We wound not part with Snow White for all the gold in the world.

Prince: I cannot live without her. If you give her to me, I’ll cherish her all my life.

Narrator: The young man looked so unhappy that the dwarfs agreed to give him the coffin. As the servants were carrying the coffin, they stumbled on the roots of a tree and the coffin was badly jolted. The piece of apple, which had stuck in Snow White’s throat, was flung out.

Snow White: Where am I? Oh, that farmer’s wife with red apples…

Prince: Come with me to my father’s palace and we’ll get married.

Snow White: Good bye, my dear friends. You have been so kind to me and loved me so dearly.

Dwarfs: Good bye, Snow White. We are glad that you are alive. Be happy with the Prince.

Snow White: Thank you.

SCENE 8

Narrator: A magnificent wedding feast was arranged for Snow White and the Prince. Snow White’s stepmother was also invited to the feast. When she was ready for the wedding, she asked the mirror again:

Queen: Mirror, mirror, on the wall,

Among the ladies in this land,

Who is the fairest of all?

Mirror: You, oh Queen, are exceedingly fair

But the truth I must tell you and so I do vow,

That the young bride-to-be Snow White is lovelier than you!

(On hearing the words she felt a sharp pain in her heart, fell on the floor and died.)

Автор Ахметова Назгуль Утегеновна
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