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План – конспект открытого урока

по английскому языку

Тема: Christmas

Цель: Повышать интерес обучающихся к культуре изучаемого языка, ознакомить с традициями празднования Рождества в Великобритании и США.

Задачи:

Образовательные:

  • Закрепление и совершенствование навыков устной монологической речи обучающихся;

  • Совершенствование навыков аудирования;

  • Тренировать навыки чтения;

  • Формировать умение работать с текстом.

Воспитательные:

  • Приучать к этикету в межличностном общении;

  • Воспитывать ценностное отношение к культуре и истории страны изучаемого языка;

Развивающие:

  • Развивать и поддерживать устойчивый интерес к английскому языку, речевую культуру и культуру общения друг с другом;

  • Развивать логическое мышление, память, внимательность;

  • Развивать личность обучающихся через знакомство с историей, традициями страны изучаемого языка;

  • Стимулировать самостоятельность обучающихся, а также активность, любознательность.

Оборудование урока: проектор, экран, раздаточный материал, компьютер.

Ход урока

I. Орг. момент

a) Приветствие.

Good afternoon!

Glad to see you!

Sit down, please.

b) Речевая разминка

How are you today?

Fine, thanks. And how are you?

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II. Введение в сюжет урока.

Today our lesson is devoted to the most popular holiday in Great Britain and the US. This holiday is Christmas. As you see our lesson is unusual. There are a lot of guests here. And we will try to amaze them.

III. Работа с текстом

Before reading the text about Christmas I want you to answer some questions.

Pre-Reading questions

  1. When is Christmas celebrated?

  2. What are the main Christmas symbols?

  3. When is Christmas celebrated in Russia?

Now you will have the text. Your task is to read it and match the titles with the paragraphs of the text. All these titles are after the text. We can read them right now. But there are some words in the text you don’t know. Let’s read them. I will read and you will repeat after me.

Now read these words one by one.

New words:

Tinsel [tinsl] – гирлянды

Baubles [bo: blz] – шарики

Fairy lights – елочные огни

Cracker – хлопушка

Sprouts [sprauts] – брюссельская капуста

Covering of icing – корочка из глазури

Mince pie – пирожок с начинкой из изюма, миндаля, корицы и сахара

Bake – пекут

Pudding – пудинг

Tangerine – мандарин

Santa Claus – Cанта Клаус

Supposed – предполагается, что

Imaginary – воображаемый

Chimney – труба

Sleigh – сани

Reindeer – олени

Decorations – украшения

Shepherds – пастухи

Bethlehem [‘beOlihem] – Вифлеем

Holly – остролист

Mistletoe – омела

Christmas

Christmas is the main public holiday in Britain and the US. This day is held on December 25th in honour of the birth of Jesus Christ. People often see it as a time of merry-making and present giving.

Christmas is a religious holiday, when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. The Christmas story comes from the Bible. An Angel appeared to shepherds and told them that a Savior had been born to Mary and Joseph in a stable in Bethlehem. The Wise Men followed a star until it led them to Jesus. The Wise Men gave Jesus many gifts. So it is a tradition to give presents on Christmas Day. Another tradition is to put a star on the top of Christmas tree.

On Christmas families are usually spend the day opening their presents which are often piled around the Christmas tree decorated with tinsel, candles, baubles, and fairy lights. The most beautiful Christmas tree is in the centre of London in Trafalgar Square. This is a present from the people of Norway to people of Great Britain.

All houses are beautifully decorated. Holly and mistletoe are used to decorate the house. They put branches of holly and mistletoe over the doors.

The most important meal is Christmas dinner. At the start of the meal, British people often pull a cracker, which contains a small toy, a paper bat, and a joke. The typical meal nowadays consists of turkey with potatoes and other vegetables such as carrots and sprouts.

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In Britain the dinner is followed by Christmas pudding – a sweet pudding containing a lot of dried fruit and often covered with burning brandy. Other traditional foods in Britain include Christmas cake – a cake containing a lot of dried fruit and usually having a covering of icing (hard sugar) made to be eaten at Christmas, and mince pies. Traditionally a coin is put into the pudding. It brings luck to a person who finds it.

People sometimes go carol singing, which means singing carols in the street, outside people’s houses.

There is a tradition that children should put a long sock called a Christmas stocking at the end of their bed or by the chimney or hang it by the fireplace so that Santa Claus will fill it with presents. Tangerines or nuts are often put into the stockings. Santa Claus is supposed to visit each house on Christmas Eve by climbing down the chimney.

Santa Claus, also called Santa, Father Christmas (in Britain), or Kriss Kringle (in America) is an imaginary old man in red clothes and with a long white beard. He is supposed to fly about the sky in a sleigh, pulled by reindeer.

In Britain, the day after Christmas is called Boxing Day and is also a public holiday. A lot of sports take place on Boxing Day and many people now spend time watching sport on television. In the US many stores hold special sales, where things can be bought cheaply, on the day after Christmas.

  1. Christmas stockings

  2. The day after Christmas

  3. Santa Claus

  4. The history of Christmas

  5. Decorations of the houses

  1. The celebrating of Christmas

  2. Carol singing

  3. Christmas dinner

  4. Christmas tree

  5. Christmas desert

Let’s read this text and check what you have done.

IV. Выполнение послеткстовых упражнений

And now as I’ve already said you are going to do some exercises after the text.

1. The first task for you is to match Russian equivalents with the words and phrases above.

  1. Fireplace

  2. Imaginary

  3. Beard

  4. Sale

  5. Cheaply

  6. Remove

  1. Борода

  2. Дешево

  3. Камин

  4. Распродажа

  5. Убирать

  6. Вымышленный

2. The second task we will do with the help of our Lab System. Put on your earphones.

The first task here is to match if the statements are true or false?

Учащиеся слушают запись на оборудовании и отмечают предложения верно или неверно.

The second task here is to make the right choice. You will hear the questions and three variants of answers to them. Your task is to choose the right one.

Учащиеся слушают вопросы и делают выбор из трех предложенных.

3. Now you will work in groups of four. Your task is to make up three questions to the text. After it each group will ask another one. You are to answer all the questions.

Учащиеся составляют вопросы в группах. После этого задают вопросы друг другу. В это время двум ученикам раздаются индивидуальные задания по тексту. Они выполняют их письменно.

4. Well, you will work in pairs. Your task is to complete short texts about celebrating Christmas in different countries. You will have them, but you are to put the sentences into a logical order and then you’ll read them to all of us.

Задание для учащихся – в парах поставить предложения по порядку и прочитать получившийся текст вслух.

The Netherlands

In the Netherlands, holiday tradition centers on the arrival of St. Nicholas.

The saint is said to come on horseback, bearing gifts for the children.

Before going to bed, the children leave out their shoes.

They hope to find them filled with goodies when they awake.

Venezuela

In Venezuela, the week leading up to Christmas is a time of great celebration.

It is the custom in Caracas to roller skate to church at this time.

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Many neighborhoods even close busy streets to traffic so that skaters can get around.

After attending church, Venezuelans dine on coffee and tostados.

Poland

Right after Christmas, people travel in horse-drawn sleighs for the Kulig – the winter sleigh party.

Families gather in the forest, light fires, and prepare festive meals.

Later in the evening, they celebrate with dancing and fireworks.

Germany

In rural parts of southern Germany, the three Thursday evenings before Christmas are known as Knocking nights.

Children dress in masks and travel from house to house chanting rhymes beginning with the word knock.

Along the way, the children crack whips, ring cowbells, and clatter dish covers to drive away evil spirits.

V. Конкурсы (Activities)

Christmas Word Find

In the puzzle, find and circle the 20 hidden holiday words listed on Santa’s sack. The words go across, up, down, and diagonally in the puzzle. Some words may share a letter.

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  1. Merry Christmas

Unscramble the Christmas words. (Hint: the first letter of each word is underlined)

Внеклассное мероприятие cristmas

  1. What’s in a name

Follow the directions below very carefully, and you’ll see a name-change happen right before your eyes.

  1. Write down KRISKRINGLE __________________________________

  2. Add an A before the two I’s and the E _____________________________

  3. Place a T in the exact center of the word ____________________________

  4. Double every 5th letter _______________________________________

  5. Move the first S to the beginning of the word ________________________

  6. Move the second S to the end of the word _________________________

  7. Take away all the K’s _______________________________________

  8. Exchange the places of the 4th and the 10th letters _______________________

  9. Take away all the I’s ________________________________________

  10. Change the G to C __________________________________________

  11. Remove the R’s and the E’s ____________________________________

  12. Now, add a U before the last letter, and put a space between the second A and the C ____________________________________________________

  1. Santa Claus around the world

Below are the names of Santa Claus from twelve different countries. Your task is to match the name of Santa Claus on the left with the country he comes from on the right.

Внеклассное мероприятие cristmas

  1. Noel Nonsense

Believe it or not, the weird words below are actually a short Christmas poem that was once a popular holiday greeting. Find it by making sense of these nonsense words.

Внеклассное мероприятие cristmas

  1. Christmas around the world

Below are holiday greetings from six different countries. See if you can match each greeting on the left, with the country it comes from, on the right.

Внеклассное мероприятие cristmas

  1. When Christmas Comes To Town” (Matthew Hall & Megan Moore)

Read the song “When Christmas comes to town” and put in the missing words from the box into the sentences.

Eve Christmas far sleigh cheer fun dreams sing Santa’s alone

When Christmas comes to town

I’m wishing on a star

And trying to believe

That even though it’s ________

He’ll find me Christmas _________

I guess that ____________ busy

Cause he’s never come around

I think of him

When _________________ comes to town

The best time of the year

When everyone comes home

With all this Christmas _____________

It’s hard to be ________________

Putting up the Christmas tree

With friends who come around

It’s so much _____________

When Christmas comes to town

Presents for the children

Wrapped in red and green

All the things I’ve heard about

But never really seen

No one will be sleeping on the night

Of Christmas Eve

Hoping Santa’s on his way

Presents for the children

Wrapped in red and green

All the things I’ve heard about

But never really seen

No one will be sleeping on the night

Of Christmas Eve

Hoping Santa’s on his way.

When Santa’s ____________ bells ring

I listen all around

The herald angels’ _____________

I never hear a sound

And all the _____________ of children

Once lost will all be found

That’s all I want

When Christmas comes to town

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That’s all I want

When Christmas comes to town.

VI. Заключительная часть.

Подведение итогов урока

In the end of our lesson I want you to tell me in a few words what you’ve known about Christmas in Britain.

Выставление оценок.

Are the statements true or false? Correct the false statements.

  1. Christmas day is a public holiday.

  2. This day is held on December 25th in honour of the birth of Santa Claus.

  3. In Britain people eat pudding before the dinner.

  4. Christmas cake contains dried fruit.

  5. Carol singing means singing carols at home at a Christmas table.

  6. There is a tradition that children should put a long sock called a Christmas stocking.

  7. Santa Claus visits each house on Christmas Eve by climbing down the chimney.

  8. Santa Claus is a real old man in red clothes and with a long white beard.

Choose the right answer

  1. What is the main public holiday in Britain?

  1. St. Valentine’s Day b) Christmas c) April Fool’s Day

  1. What does carol singing mean?

  1. singing carols in the street b) singing carols at home c) singing carols at school

  1. What do British people usually do at the start of the Christmas meal?

  1. they usually play cricket b) they usually pull a cracker c) they usually play snowballs

  1. What do British children do before they go to sleep on Christmas Eve?

  1. they do their homework b) they go carol singing c) put a long sock at the end of their bed or by the chimney

  1. How is the day after Christmas called?

  1. it’s called Boxing Day b) Independence Day c) Labour Day

  1. How does Santa Claus travel about the sky?

  1. he flies by plane b) he flies in a sleigh, pulled by reindeer c) he flies in a carriage, pulled by horses

  1. Put the sentences into a logical order according to the text.

  1. The most beautiful Christmas tree is in the centre of London in Trafalgar Square.

  2. The most important meal is Christmas dinner.

  3. Santa Claus is supposed to visit each house on Christmas Eve by climbing down the chimney.

  4. Christmas is the main public holiday in Britain and the US.

  5. They put branches of holly and mistletoe over the doors.

  6. In Britain, the day after Christmas is called Boxing Day and is also a public holiday.

  7. People sometimes go carol singing, which means singing carols in the street, outside people’s houses.

  8. Santa Claus is supposed to fly about the sky in a sleigh, pulled by reindeer.

  9. The Christmas story comes from the Bible.

  10. There is a tradition that children should put a long sock called a Christmas stocking at the end of their bed or by the chimney.

  1. Find the answers to the questions

  1. What is the main holiday in Great Britain and the US?

  2. When is Christmas celebrated?

  3. Is Christmas a religious holiday?

  4. Where is the most beautiful Christmas tree situated?

  5. How do people decorate Christmas tree?

  6. What is the main Christmas desert?

  7. What do children put at the end of their bed or by the chimney?

  8. Who is Santa Claus?

  9. How does Santa Claus get into people’s houses?

  10. Is Boxing Day a public holiday?

  1. Santa Claus is an imaginary old man in red clothes and with a long white beard.

  2. Yes, Boxing Day and is a public holiday.

  3. Christmas is the main public holiday in Britain and the US.

  4. The most beautiful Christmas tree is in the centre of London in Trafalgar Square.

  5. People decorate Christmas tree with tinsel, baubles, and fairy lights.

  6. Children put a long sock called a Christmas stocking at the end of their bed or by the chimney.

  7. Christmas is held on December 25th.

  8. The main Christmas desert is Christmas pudding.

  9. Santa Claus is supposed to visit each house on Christmas Eve by climbing down the chimney.

  10. Yes, Christmas is a religious holiday.

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