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Внеклассное мероприятие по английскому языку на тему "Гордость Британской поэзии"

Внеклассное мероприятие по английскому языку на тему:



(10 класс)

Цели мероприятия:

1. Совершенствование навыков говорения.

2. Приобщение к культуре страны изучаемого языка, расширение интеллектуального кругозора.

3. Поддержание мотивации к изучению английского языка.

4. Ориентирование детей на самостоятельное извлечение информации и организацию мероприятия.

Ход мероприятия

Part I

1-й ведущий. Good morning, ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to our English Poetry Club.

2-й ведущий. We are glad to meet you today here because we've gathered together to speak about glorious British Poetry. Please, listen to us very attentively because this information will help you at the end of our meeting.

1-й ведущий. This year was devoted to the three most famous British poets: Robert Burns, William Shakespeare and George Gordon Byron.

2-й ведущий. I even remember some poems. For example:

My heart's in the Highlands,

My heart is not here...

Robert Burns

1-й ведущий. То be or not to be, That is the question.

William Shakespeare

2-й ведущий. О, my Luve's like a red, red rose, That's newly sprung in June... Robert Burns

1-й ведущий. Let those who are in favour with their stars

Of public honour and proud titles boast,

Whilst I, whom fortune of such triumph bars,

Unlook'd for joy in that I honour most.

2-й ведущий. Stop! I can't remember who wrote these words!

1-й ведущий. Shame upon you! In this case, listen to our guests from the 10th form. They are talking about William Shakespeare!

Сценка «Беседа Шекспира с ведущим» с участием учащихся 10 класса.

Ведущий. I'd like to introduce you a famous British poet -William Shakespeare! We are so glad that you've come to our club and can answer some questions.

Шекспир. Thank you for your invitation! I'll answer your questions with pleasure.

Ведущий. Where were you born, I wonder?

Шекспир. I was born in 1564, in Stratford-upon-Avon. It's not far from London and I lived there until I was .21. My father opened a shop there. I studied at the Grammar school, where I learned Latin, Greek and other subjects.

Ведущий. And when did you begin to get interested in poetry?

Шекспир. At that time there were no theatres. Groups of actors traveled from town to town and played in different places, usually out-of-doors. Sometimes they came to Stratford and I went to see all their shows. I wanted to become an actor and began to write little plays myself and stage them with my friends.

Ведущий. Why did you leave Stratford?

Шекспир. I had a chance to join a company of actors. My friends said I was a good actor and an excellent playwright

Ведущий. What can you say about your theatre?

Шекспир. I have always wanted to build my own theatre, so "when my friends and I had enough money we did it. It is called the Globe", you know.

Ведущий. How many plays and poems have you already written?

Шекспир. In all I've written 37 plays and 2 long poems. Can you guess what these characters are from?

Ученик 10 класса представляет отрывок из поэмы «Гамлет»: "То be or not to be".

Ведущий. Oh, I know. It's Hamlet!

Шекспир. Yes, right you are. And one more character.

Ученица 9 класса представляет отрывок из трагедии «Ромео и Джульетта».

Tis but thy name that is my enemy.

Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.

What's Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot,

Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part

Belonging to a man. O, be some other name!

What's in a name? That which we call a rose

By any other name would smell as sweet.

So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call'd

Retain that dear perfection which he owes

Without that title. Romeo, doff thy name;

And for that name, which is no part of thee,

Take all myself.

Ведущий.I can definitely say, it's Romeo and Juliet!

Шекспир. Great!

Ведущий. By the way, how many sonnets have you written?

Шекспир. I've written a sonnet cycle of 155 small pieces. Do you want to listen to?

Ведущий. Of course!

На сцене появляются 2 учащихся с театральными масками.

1-й ученик. Заботливо готовясь в дальний путь,

Я безделушки запер на замок,

Чтоб на мое богатство посягнуть

Незваный гость какой-нибудь не мог.

2-й ученик. How careful was I, when I took my way,

Each trifle under truest bars to thrust,

That to my use it might unused stay

From hands of falsehood, in sure wards of trust!

Нас разлучил апрель цветущий, бурный.

Всех оживил он веяньем своим.

В ночи звезда тяжелая Сатурна

Смеялась и плясала вместе с ним.

1-й ученик. From you have I been absent in the spring,

When proud-pied April dress'd in all his trim,

Hath put a spirit of youth in every thing,

That heavy Saturn laugh'd and leap'd with him.

Кто под звездой счастливою рожден –

Гордится славой, титулом и властью.

А я судьбой скромнее награжден,

И для меня любовь - источник счастья.

2-йученик. Let those who are in favour with their stars

Of public honour and proud titles boast,

Whilst I, whom fortune of such triumph bars,

Unlook'd forjoy in that I honour most.

Ведущий. Thank you very much for visiting us!

We wish you good luck in your work!

Шекспир. Come to our theatre, we'll be glad to see you! Almost all my comedies and tragedies are staged. You can see "Othello", "Romeo and Juliet", "King Lear", "As you like it" and others. You'll have a good time in our theatre-Good-bye.

Part 2

1-й ведущий. This poet is known all over the world. His life wasn't sweet as he was the eldest of seven children in the family.

2-й ведущий. His father was so poor that the poet and his brother attended school in turn.

1-й ведущий. Meet Robert Burns!

Pupil 1. Welcome to Scotland! The native land of Robert Bums! The beauty of Scottish wonderful nature, its fields and mountains, large blue sky inspired him. Robert Burns devoted many poems to his lovely motherland. Listen to one of his poems.

...The flowery Spring leads sunny Summer,

And yellow Autumn presses near;

Then in his turn comes gloomy Winter,

Till smiling Spring again appear.

Thus seasons dancing, life advancing,

Old Time and Nature their changes tell;

But never ranging, still unchanging,

I adore my lovely Bell.

Pupil 1. Hi, dear friend! Are you from Scotland?

Pupil 2. Yes, I am. I live in Edinburgh. I'm sorry, I must hurry up.

Pupil 1. Could you say where you are going?

Pupil 2. I'm preparing for the "Burns's Night". Today is the 25th of January.

Pupil 1. I'm a stranger here. I know nothing about this Scottish date.

Pupil 2. Oh! It's a wonderful holiday in our country! We remember our national poet R. Burns. All Scottish people gather this day and recite his poems, sing his songs. Robert Burns was an extraordinary person!

Pupil 1.1 don't know much about him. Where can I read anything about him?

Pupil 2. Here, in my book. There are some interesting facts from his life.

Pupil 1. His life was interesting but hard!

Pupil 2. Yes, today is a special day. We're wearing kilts and playing the bagpipes, singing "Auld Lang Syne". Join us!

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,

And never brought to mind?

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,

And auld lang syne?

For auld lang syne, my dear,

For auld lang syne.

We'll take a cup of kidness yet,

For auld lang syne.

Pupil 1. Is it true .that R. Burns devoted one of his poems to food?

Pupil 2. Yes, it was Haggis - national Scottish dish. Does anybody know this funny poem? Let's recite some of his poems!

Несколько учеников читают стихи Р. Бёрнса.

Part 3

1-й ведущий. This poet was loved by many women. An attractive appearance, excellent education and fantastic talent made him the brightest representative of the English Poetry.

2-й ведущий. As for me, I'm very fond of this person. I still remember some of his poems.

She walks in beauty, like the night

Of cloudless climes and starry skies,

And all that's best of dark and bright

Meet in her aspect and her eyes;

Thus mellowed to that tender light

Which Heaven to gaudy day denies.

One shade the more, one ray the less,

Had half impaired the nameless grace

Which waves in every raven tress

Or softly lightens o'er her face,

Where thoughts serenely sweet express

How pure, how dear their dwelling-place.

Gentleman 1. Have you heard the latest news about Lord Byron? Just imagine, he's contracted a dangerous fever.

Lady 1. Oh, my God! He's too young to die!

Gentleman 2. By the way, how old ishe?

Lady 2. About 36,I think.

Gentleman 3. Sorry to interrupt you, but who is Lord Byron?

Lady 3. He's an Anglo-Scottish poet. His poems are very romantic. Just listen to this:

When we two parted

In silence and tears,

Half broken-hearted

To sever for years,

Pale grew thy cheek and cold,

Colder thy kiss;

Truly that hour foretold Sorrow to this.

Gentleman 2. Sounds wonderful!

Gentleman 1. Yes, he's very talented.

Gentleman 3. Where was he born, I wonder? Here, in London?

Lady 1. No, you are wrong. His early years were spent in a small town of Aberdeen. They say his father squandered his wife's fortune and fled to France to escape from his creditors.

Gentleman 1. Yes, he soon died, leaving his wife and child in more than reduced circumstances.

Gentleman 2. He was 10 when he inherited the title of Lord Byron. They got a small pension from the government and the new lord was sent to the privileged school of Harrow and Cambridge.

Gentleman 3.1 see. It seems to me I met him in Italy some years ago.

Lady 2. It's rather possible. As far as I know he's fond of traveling, especially in southern countries, admiring nature, art and women.

Gentleman 3. I've heard one of his poems. I even can quote some lines if you don't mind.

Lady 1. Do, please!

Gentleman 3. Tis time this heart should be unmoved,

Since others it hath ceased to move:

Yet, though I cannot be beloved,

Still let me love!

Gentleman 1. Thank you! It's always pleasant to listen to you.

Gentleman 2. It's a pity, our society grew tired of his speeches about freedom and independence.

Lady 2. He always wanted to prove that he could do something important.

Gentleman 3. That's why he decided to fight for freedom in Greece, which as you know is under Turkish rule.

Gentleman 1. The sword, the banner and the field,

Glory and Greece, around me see!

The Spartan, borne upon his shield,

Was not more free.

Gentleman 2. He's a great poet!

Lady 1. Oh, that's enough for today.

Gentleman 3. Let's go dancing!

  • Иностранные языки

Внеклассное мероприятие по английскому языку на тему "Гордость Британской поэзии" предназначенное для 10 класса, знакомит учащихся с ярчайшеми поэтами британской поэзии такими как Роберт Бёрнс, Вильям Шекспир, Джордж Гордон Байрон. В течении мероприятия учащиеся декламировали стихотворения этих поэтов, разыгрывали сценки, знакомились с биографией поэтов. 

Внеклассные мероприятия являються прекрасным дополнениям к урокам, на таких мероприятиях учащиеся могут раскрыть свои способности, которые им пригодяться не только на уроках английского языка.

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