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МОУ «Вязовская средняя общеобразовательная школа»


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English Has no Equals”


Учитель английского языка

Жумаева С.В.


2007-2008 г.


Оформление:


- политическая карта мира;

- выставка книг английских и американских писателей;

- иллюстрации учащихся к литературным произведениям английских и американских писателей;

- высказывания знаменитых людей о важности владения иностранными языками:

“A person is a person so many times, how many languages he knows”.

I. Gyote

"If you want to understand other peoples you should study their native language."

Pifagor

- пословицы о языке;

- аудиозаписи песен на английском языке;

- слайды с изображением достопримечательностей Великобритании;


Compere: - Dear friends! We are glad to see you at our English party “English has no equals”.

“Do you speak English?” – with this phrase begins the conversation between two people, that speak different languages and want to find a common language.

It’s very good when you hear: “Yes, I do”, and start talking. People of different countries and nations can talk with each other. So it is very useful to learn foreign languages.

English is very popular now. It’s the language of computers, science, business, sport and politics. It’s spoken all over the world. It is the official language of the United Kingdom, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Australia. A lot of people speak English in China, Japan, India, Africa and other countries. It is one of 6 official languages of the United Nations. There are more than 750 million speakers of English in the world.

Knowledge of English helps us to communicate with people from different countries, to understand their culture, traditions and customs.

Quiz:

  1. What kind of state is Great Britain?

  2. What is the population of Great Britain?

  3. When was London founded?

  4. What is the longest river in Great Britain?

  5. How is the flag of the UK called?

  6. What animals are on the coast of arms?

What do they symbolize?

  1. What is Stonehendge?

  2. What brought popularity to Lewis Carroll?

  3. What is the name of the special New Year’s Eve song?

  4. Name the church where almost an English Kings and Queens have been crowned.

Answers:

  1. a parliamentary monarchy

  2. over 58 million people

  3. by A. D. 300

  4. the Thames

  5. the Union Jack

  6. the lion is a symbol of national strength

the unicorn is a symbol of purity

  1. a prehistoric monument

  2. his book “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”

  3. “Auld Lang Syne” by R. Burns

  4. Westminster Abbey


National Scottish song and dance “Dance”.

Dance, dance, dance,

From morning till night,

And you’ll be

Happy, strong and bright.

Dance, dance, dance,

And never miss a chance

And than you’ll say

You’ll always say

That everything OK.


Clap, clap, clap,

From morning till night,

And you’ll be

Happy, strong and bright.

Clap, clap, clap,

And never miss a chance

And than you’ll say

You’ll always say

That everything OK.


Jump, jump, jump,

From morning till night,

And you’ll be

Happy, strong and bright.

Jump, jump, jump,

And never miss a chance

And than you’ll say

You’ll always say

That everything OK.

Compere: There is a proverb: “Knowledge is Power”. I agree with it. English is studied as a foreign language in many countries. Many foreign students have their studies in Great Britain’s universities. The most famous are Cambridge and Oxford Universities. There are more than 200 different faculties in each of them.


Slides (name the sights):

  1. Big Ben

  2. Trafalgar Square

  3. Westminster Palace

  4. The House of Parliament

  5. Westminster Abbey

  6. The Tower of London

  7. Cambridge University

  8. Madam Tussaud’s Museum

  9. Stonehenge

  10. The British Museum


Compere: - Knowledge of foreign languages and foreign cultures is becoming more important nowadays. There are many reasons why we study foreign languages. Now, in a period when we are reconstructing our economy, when there are many joint ventures with foreign companies operating in this country, we need a great number of specialists who know foreign languages. If you know foreign languages, you can communicate personally or in writing with others who use these languages. If you wish to make a career in science, you must read scientific books and magazines in foreign languages. Knowing foreign languages, you can read the works of foreign writers in the original. Great Britain gave the world a lot of talented writers and poets such as William Shakespeare, Robert Burns, George Gordon Byron, Walter Scott, Lewis Carroll and many others.


^ Alice in Wonderland.

(Scenes based on the book by Lewis Carroll)

Characters: Alice, White Rabbit, Duchess, Cheshire cat, March Hare, Mad Hatter, Tweedledum, Tweedledee, Humpty Dumpty, gardeners (Two, Five, Seven), queen, King, soldiers.


Scene 1

(Alice is sitting under the tree and reading a book. The book bores her. She yawns.)

Alice: What is the use of a book without pictures or conversations? I find such a book very dull. (Alice puts the book aside and closer her eyes. She is dozing. Then she opens her eyes and sees the White Rabbit.)

White Rabbit (running close by Alice):

I’m late, I’m late, for a very important date.

(The White Rabbit stops and at his pocket watch.)

Alice: What a strange rabbit! I’ll follow him and see what he’s going do. I’m burning with curiosity. (Alice runs after the White Rabbit and they both disappear behind the curtains. Alice’s voice is heard from behind.) Here is a large rabbit-hole, and the White Rabbit has run into it. Let me follow him. Oh, dear, I’m falling! I’m falling into a very deep well!


Scene 2

(Alive wanders through Wonderland and finally reaches a neat little house in the woods. The White Rabbit comes out of the house.)

White Rabbit: Oh, my twitching whiskers! The Duchess will have me executed! Where can I have dropped them, I wonder! (Looks up and sees Alice.) Mary Ann! Why, Marry Ann, what are you doing here? Well, don’t just stand there! Go get my gloves. I’m very late!

Alice: But late for what?

White Rabbit: My gloves!

(Alice dutifully goes into the house to look for the gloves. When she comes back, the White Rabbit is just disappearing through the woods again. Alice follows him.)

Alice: Take your gloves! Here are your gloves! (To the spectators) Such a strange rabbit! And why does he call me Mary Ann?


Scene 3

(Alice sees a house in front of her. She opens the door and goes in. Inside the Duchess is sitting on a three-legged stool in the middle of the room, nursing a baby, the cook is over the fire, a large cat is sitting on the hearth and grinning from ear to ear.)

Alice: Please, would you like tell me why your cat grins like that?

Duchess: It’s a Cheshire Cat, and that’s why.

Alice: I didn’t know that Cheshire Cats always grinned. In fact, I didn’t know that cats could grin.

Duchess: They all can, and most of them do.

Alice (politely): I don’t know of any that do.

Duchess: You don’t know much, and that’s the fact.

(The door takes the cauldron of soup off the fire, and at once sets to work throwing everything within her reach at the Duchess and the baby. The Duchess takes no notice of them – the baby in howling.)

Alice: Oh, please, mind what you are doing

Duchess ( in a hoarse growl): If every-body minded their own business the world would go round much faster than it does.

Alice: Just think what work it would make with the day and night! You see, the earth takes 24 hours to its axis.

Duchess: (to the cook): Talking of axes, chop off her head!

Alice: 24 hours, I think, or is it 12? I…

Duchess: Oh, don’t bother me. I never liked figures. (She begins nursing her child again, singing a sort of lullaby to it and giving it a violent shake at the end of every line.)

Speak roughly to your little boy,

And beat him when he sneezes;

He only does it to annoy,

Because he knows it tease.

Chorus (in which the cook and the baby joined): Wow! Wow! Wow!

Duchess:

I speak severely to my boy,

I beat him when he sneezes;

For he can thoroughly enjoy

The pepper when he pleases!

Chorus: Wow! Wow! Wow!

Duchess (flinging the baby at Alice): Here! You may nurse it a bit, if you like! I must go and get ready to play croquet with the Queen.

(The Duchess hurries out of the room. The cook throws the frying-pan after her. The baby is snoring like a steam-engine in Alice’s hands.)

Alice: If I don’t take this child away with me, they are sure to kill it in a day or two.

(The little thing grunts in reply. Alice and the child leave the house.)


My Heart’s in the Highlands

Robert Burns


My heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here,

My heart’s in the Highlands a-chasing the deer;

A-chasing the wild deer, and following the roe –

My heart’s in the Highlands wherever I go.


Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the North,

The birthplace of valour, the country of worth;

Wherever I wander, wherever I rove,

The hills of the Highlands forever I love.


Farewell to the mountains high covered with snow;

Farewell to the straths and green valleys below;

Farewell to the forests and wild-hanging woods;

Farewell to the torrents and loud-pouring floods.


My heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here,

My heart’s in the Highlands a-chasing the deer;

A-chasing the wild deer, and following the roe –

My heart’s in the Highlands wherever I go.


Compere: - A more general aim is to broaden our intellectual and cultural horizons through contacts with people of other cultures.

A knowledge of foreign languages helps people of different countries to develop mutual friendship and understanding.

^ We Shall Overcome

Words and music by B. Dylan.


We shall overcome,

We shall overcome,

We shall overcome,

Some day.

R: Oh, deep in my heart

I do believe that

We shall overcome some day.

We’ll walk hand in hand,

We’ll walk hand in hand,

We’ll walk hand in hand,

Some day.

R: Oh, deep in my heart

I do believe that

We’ll walk hand in hand some day.

We shall live in peace,

We shall live in peace,

We shall live in peace,

Some day.

R: Oh, deep in my heart

I do believe that

We shall live in peace some day.


Compere: - English is the language of sports and glamour, Olympic Games and international music festivals. When people meet at festivals, international friendship camps, congresses, competitions, they can come into contact and learn to know each other better.


^ NEVER LET YOU GO.

Dima Bilan


Heavy clouds, no rain

And every move causes pain

Ready riss, but no love

I feel I’m torn in half

Ardent look, but no heat

It’s not you really need

Baby, now it’s happened with us

We are dancing on broken glass

Can’t stand no more –


Never, never let you go

You are the one I’m searching for

Flesh of my flesh, bone of my bone

Love’s carving it in the stone

Never, never let you go

Return the days we had before

Soul of my soul, blood of my blood

Love’s carving it in my heart


Gentle words, no aim

It seems we’re playing a game

Easy smile, but no fun

Sweet music for no one

Close embrace, but no more

Cold Champagne we forgot to pour

Baby, now it’s happened with us

We are dancing on broken glass

Can’t stand no more –


Compere: - So, English has no equals! Dispute it if you can.




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