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    Конспект урока по английскому языку (9 класс): "Рождественская карусель"
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    Тема урока:  “Рождественская карусель”

    Тип урока:   урок-обобщение изученного материала в форме соревнования.

    Используемые технологии: информационно-коммуникативные, обучение в сотрудничестве  и здоровье-сберегающие технологии.
    Специфика:  английский как второй иностранный язык  (2 часа в неделю)

    Оборудование:  компьютер, интерактивная доска с проектором, доска, электронная презентация к уроку в программе Power Point, тематические картинки, рождественские открытки учащихся, колокольчики, аудиокассета с записью песен “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” и “Jingle Bells”.

    Оформление:  класс украшен новогодней мишурой, гирляндами, рождественскими открытками и плакатами. На столе стоит рождественская ёлка, горят гирлянды. На доске  написана тема: Christmas. Под темой висит плакат с изображением рождественской елки и снеговиков, предметные картинки по теме на доске и на стенах. 

    Цель урока:  более глубокое усвоение материала по теме:
    «Праздники и традиции стран изучаемого языка».



    1. активизировать социокультурные знания учащихся по теме;
    2. выявить качество и уровень овладения знаниями и умениями учащихся по теме "Праздники и традиции"; 


    1. совершенствовать навыки аудирования, чтения и говорения;


    1. развивать внимание, память и воображение;
    2. развивать умения работать в группах, коллективе;


    1. воспитывать уважение к традициям и культуре страны изучаемого языка; 
    2. повышать мотивацию к изучению английского языка и развивать творческий потенциал;
    3. создать праздничное настроение в канун Рождества.

    Ход мероприятия:

    I. Организационный момент:


     T.    Hello, boys and girls! Hello, our dear guests! I’m glad to greet you at our holiday party!
    There are many holidays in our country and English-speaking countries. But there are holidays which people like best of all. They are New Year’s Day and Christmas Day. People prepare for these holidays beforehand: they buy presents, decorate their houses, send greeting cards and make fancy dresses. When the holiday comes they congratulate each other singing songs and reciting the poems. Today we’ll have competition and find out how people celebrate New Year and Christmas in different countries, sing songs,
     recite poems and play much. So we’ll enjoy ourselves.
    want you to divide into 2 teams and choose 2 pupils from each team as judges. They will help me to check up your answers. OK, thank you.
    Let’s start our competition with the song “Jingle Bells”.

    Текст песни «Jingle bells»
    (James Pierpont. publ.1857)

    Dashing through the snow

    On a one-horse open sleigh,

    Over the fields we go,

    Laughing all the way;

    Bells on bob-tail ring,

    making spirits bright,

    What fun it is to ride and sing

    A sleighing song tonight, O

    Jingle bells, jingle bells,

    jingle all the way!

    O what fun it is to ride
    In a one-horse open sleigh (repeat)

    It’s good! I believe everybody feels the spirit of Christmas and I hope you are ready to start our competition.

    II. Основной этап:

    Конкурс 1:

    T.    Name me as many words as you can on the topics “New Year’s Day” and
    “Christmas  Day”.

    December, fir tree, Santa Claus, winter, presents, poems, stocking, fireplace, cards, games, snow, sweets, decorate, songs, church, Father Frost, holly, snowman, deer, turkey, music, bells, pudding, lights, candles, stars, saint, angel, carol, chimney, crackers, joy, greet, wishes, sleigh, jingle, Christmas Eve, midnight, cold, snowflakes, ice, cookies, ribbons.

    Конкурс 2:

    Let’s revise the main facts of these holidays. Each team is given one question in turn. If the team fails to answer it other one can try to do it.

    When do English people celebrate Christmas? (the 25th of December)

    When do people celebrate Christmas in Russia? (the 7th of January)

    How is Christmas called in France? ( 'Noel')

    What do the English and Russians decorate before Christmas and New Year? (Christmas tree)

    Who is the most important person for children on Christmas Eve in Britain?
    (Santa Claus/Father Christmas)

    And who is the most important person for children in Russia?
    (Ded Moroz/Father Frost)

    What do English and Russian children like to get on Christmas and New Year? (presents)
    What do people decorate the Christmas tree with?

    What do people put under the tree?

    Where does Santa Claus come from?

    How does he get to Britain?

    What Christmas and New Year’s traditions do people from Great Britain, Russia, the USA, Australia, Brazil, Ukraine  … have?  
    (Brazilians leave their shoes outside their doors. Australians go to the beach! Ukrainians eat a 12 course meal!

    КОНКУРС 3;

    T. Christmas is celebrated all around the world. Each country has its own customs and traditions. Different countries celebrate in their own way including different dates, food, drinks which lead to a variety of diverse Christmas traditions around the World!

    Read the short texts and choose the correct version.

    Choose the correct version:

    1. Japan, Italy, Canada
    2. France, Italy, Germany
    3. Spain, Ireland, Australia
    4. Egypt, China, India
    5. The USA, Scotland, Poland

    1. The non-religious celebration of Christmas is popular in this country, although Christmas is not a national holiday.
      The name for Santa Claus is Santa-san (meaning Mr. Santa). Children look forward to O-toshidama when they are given gifts of small envelopes containing money - just like our Western traditions only good children will receive these envelopes! Just before midnight on New Years Eve people watch temple ceremonies on TV where a huge gong is stuck 108 times to wipe away the 108 sins of the past year. After breakfast on New Years Day people dress in traditional kimonos to go to the shrine or to the temple to pray for good luck and good health in the New Year.

    1. Children put their shoes in front of the fireplace on Christmas eve, so that Santa Claus (Père Noël) can fill them with gifts. In the morning they also find that sweets, fruit, nuts and small toys have been hung on the tree. Families have le Réveillon(Christmas eve is called Reveillo), which is a huge feast. In each region they eat different food such as turkey, capon, goose, chicken… As a dessert they eat the traditional buche de Noël which is a log shaped chocolate and chestnuts cake.

    1. It is a very festive time at Christmas.  On Christmas Eve, as the stars come out, tiny oil lamps are lit in every house, and after Midnight Mass and Christmas Dinner, streets fill with dancers and onlookers. There is a special Christmas dance called
      the Jota and the words and music have been handed down for hundreds of years. They dance to the sound of guitars and castanets.

    1. Christians in celebrate by lighting their houses with beautiful paper lanterns and decorating their Christmas trees, which they call "Trees of Light," with paper chains, paper flowers, and paper lanterns. Children hang muslin stockings and await a visit from Santa Claus, whom they call Dun Che Lao Ren (dwyn-chuh-lau-oh-run) which means "Christmas Old Man." Since the vast majority of the people in this country are not Christian, the main winter festival is its New Year, which takes place toward the end of January. Now officially called the "Spring Festival," it is a time when children receive new clothing, eat luxurious meals, receive new toys, and enjoy firecracker displays. An important aspect of the New Year celebration is the worship of ancestors. Portraits and paintings of ancestors are brought out and hung in the main room of the home.

    1.  People call the New Year's Eve "Hogmanay". They visit their friends' houses just after midnight on the New Year's night. The first person who comes to your house brings you luck. At midnight when the clock begins to strike twelve, the head of the family goes to the entrance door, opens it wide and holds it until the last stroke. Then he shuts the door. He has let the old year out and let the New Year in.

    Keys: 1 — Japan; 2 — France; 3 — Spain; 5 — China; 5 — Scotland.

    Конкурс 4:

    T.  Now we can see what poems about Winter, Christmas and New Year you have learnt. Let us enjoy ourselves.

    Christmas Is Here
    A good time is coming, I wish it were here,
    The very best time in the whole of the year;
    I'm counting each day on my fingers and thumbs
    the weeks that must pass before Santa Claus comes.

    Then when the first snowflakes begin to come down,
    And the wind whistles sharp and the branches are brown,
    I'll not mind the cold, though my fingers it numbs,
    For it brings the time nearer when Santa Claus comes.

    Two merry blue eyes,
    A very little nose,
    A long snowy beard
    And cheeks like a rose.

    Christmas Message (H.W. Longfellow) 
    I heard the bells on Christmas Day, 
    Their old familiar carols play, 
    And wild and sweet, 
    The words repeat 
    Of peace on earth, good will to men. 

    New Year 
    New things to learn, 
    New friends to meet, 
    New songs to sing, 
    New joys to greet. 
    New things to see, 
    New things to hear, 
    New things to do, 
    In this glad New Year. 

    The snowflakes are falling 
    By one’s and by two’s, 
    There is snow on my coat 
    And snow on my shoes. 
    There is snow on the plants 
    And snow on the trees, 
    And snowflakes all round me 
    Like many white bees. 

    Father Frost or Santa Claus 
    Father Frost or Santa Claus, please, this way!
    Funny Hare, with your paws come to play!
    There are pretty decorations in the hall.
    We have sent the invitations to you all.
    Santa Claus likes to be present at the ball,
    And gives his gifts and present to us all.
    All the time we are having fun – there is no pause.
    Welcome here everyone and Santa Clause.


    Winter comes, chills tell us so
    On blowing winds, rides the snow.
    Circling restlessly in the breeze,
    Layering our grounds, covering our trees.
    Its secret purpose, now unfolds
    Protecting our lands from the cold.
    But the snow must melt where it lies
    And disappear as winter dies.

    (by Jim Smith)
    C is for the Christ child lying in a manger.
    H is for the Holy One who saved us all from danger.
    R is to Remember Him who died that we may live.
    I is to Inspire us that we may always give.
    S is for Joyful Songs and sacred hymns that praise.
    T is to Thank the Lord for showing us the way.
    M is for the Miracles that bless us each day.
    A is for the Almighty who always puts us first.
    S is for the Shepherd who guides us on the Earth..

    Merry, Merry Christmas
    Is like to come.
    Merry, Merry Christmas
    You are welcome!

    Конкурс 5:

    Now you will listen to the song and write down the missing words on the cards. Be careful, please. You will listen to the song twice.

    I wish I were  a ____ ,

    So tall and ____ and  white.

    I'd never have to clean my ____

    Or go to bed at _____.

    But _____ Mister Snowman

    Wishes he were me,

    For I'll be here when _____ comes,

    But where will the Snowman _____?


    I wish I were a Snowman,

    So tall and  big  and white.

    I'd never have to clean my teeth,

    Or go to bed at night.

    But maybe Mister Snowman

    Wishes he were me,

    For I'll be here when summer comes,

    But where will the Snowman be?

    T.   Then one more task: you should draw a funny snowman while the other team is singing the song “Mister Snowman”.

    Конкурс 6 :
    T.   Make up new words using the letters of the word “Congratulations”. 

    Конкурс 7 :
    T.   Now it’s time to play and check your reaction. The game is called "True and false”. 
    There are two chairs: one is "true” and the other is "false”. You will hear some statements and if it is true you will have to sit down on the "true” chair. If the statement is wrong you will have to run to the "false” chair.
    We need two players from different teams for one statement. (More right answers give more points.)


    1. Christmas is a religious holiday (True)
    2. New Year is as widely celebrated as Christmas in Great Britain (False)
    1. Traditional Christmas colors are green and red (True)
    2. Holly and mistletoe are Christmas plants (True)
    3. Family members wrap up their gifts and put them into a long stocking (False)
    4. Children leave a long stocking at the end of their beds on Christmas Eve hoping that Father Christmas will bring them small presents, fruit and nuts (True)
    5. Usually in Great Britain people have a big chicken and Christmas cake for dinner (False)
    6. There is a funny tradition connected with the New Year: the First Foot. This is the first visitor to enter a house on New Year’s morning.  He is a person of great importance. The First Foot must be a man because it is believed that a woman brings bad luck. He must carry food, drink and coal into the house (True) 

    Конкурс 8 :

    T.   Write Christmas cards to your friends using your pictures with Christmas traditions.
    (Christmas stockings, Christmas Pudding, Christmas trees and presents, Robin, Christmas Dinner, Father Christmas /Santa Claus, Christmas Carols).

    Конкурс 9 :

    T.   In fact, there is a fine tradition of watching Christmas movies before  or during holidays. There are wonderful tales we can watch over and over. They celebrate the spirit of Christmas and New Year in a beautiful way. Please, listen to the movie-plots and guess their name

    Home Alone (1990)

    Director: Chris Columbus 

    Starring: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Catherine     O'Hara, John Heard. 

    Plot: A young boy named Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) is accidentally left behind when his family takes off for a vacation in France over the holiday season. Once he realizes he has been left "home alone," Kevin learns to fend for himself. But his true test comes when he eventually has to protect his house against two bumbling burglars (Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern) who are planning to rob every house in Kevin's suburban Chicago neighborhood. One of the most highly successful and beloved family comedies of all time.

    Home Alone 2 - Lost In New York (1992)

    Director: Chris Columbus 

    Starring: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern,
              Catherine O'Hara, John Heard. 

    Plot: A sequel to Home Alone (1990), this film is another laugh riot. Once again Kevin McCallister's (Macaulay Culkin) family leaves him behind. But this time Kevin gets on a flight to New York instead of going with his family to Miami. He rents out a suite at the Plaza Hotel, where, using his father's credit card, he has the time of his life. Though the hotel clerk (Tim Curry) and bellboy (Rob Schneider) eye him with suspicion, Kevin manages to keep them at bay. But when he runs into his old enemies Harry (Joe Pesci) and Marv (Daniel Stern), Kevin has to fight one more battle as he finds out that they plan on robbing the old man's toy store on Christmas Eve. With electric prods, flames of fire, and sundry blunt instruments, Kevin is just eager to fight.

    A Christmas Carol (1971)

    Director: Richard Williams

    Starring: Alastair Sim, Michael Hordern, Melvyn Hayes,
                  Joan Sims, Paul Whitsun-Jones 

    Plot: Based on a story by Charles Dickens, this animated film stays quite faithful to its source and tells about a bitter old miser named Scrooge whose lust for money alienates him from humanity. But he learns compassion when three ghosts visit him on Christmas Eve and force him to reassess the direction of his life. A holiday classic, the film has been remade several times and is a great hit with the audience.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              Jingle All the Way (1996) 

    Director:  Brian Levant

    Writer: Randy Kornfield 

    Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad and Phil Hartman

    Plot: Howard goes back to work and not until the day before Christmas does he remember the present. He also failed to realize it was the most popular toy in the country. Every store sold out, Howard frantically searches for any remaining merchandise. He does catch on to some but every time Myron Levebee, a psychotic postman, messes him up, also looking for the toy. At each other's tails, the two men go to every place possible to make their sons content, no matter what the cost.

    Harried mattress salesman Howard Langston is late for his son Jamie's karate class. To placate his unhappy son he asks him if there is anything he wants for Christmas. He wants Turbo Man. Howard naturally forgets to get it, and being Christmas eve no stores have it in stock. So Howard embarks on a comical quest to find one.  

    III. Заключительный этап.

     1. Подведение итогов.

    T.      It’s time to finish our competition. Thank you for your activity. Will you count your snowflakes?  It’s interesting to know who is  the winner today.  It’s …       Let’s clap our hands.

    2. Рефлексия.

    T.    Do you enjoy our party? What do you like best of all? What new things have you learnt today?

    At the end let’s sing the famous song “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”.

    Good-bye, boys and girls. See you on Monday.

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