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    Внеклассное мероприятие "Сказки Р. Киплинга"
    методическая разработка по английскому языку (8 класс)

    Фазлахметова Елена Дмитриевна

    Внеклассное мероприятие "Сказки Р. Киплинга" для 8 классов включает задания с пропущенными словами и работу по картинке (развиие навыков говорения). На каждое задание отдельная картинка.

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    № 1. Fill in the gaps with the words.

    Jinn

    dog

    eating

    camel

    man

    hump

    sticks

    angry

    The name of the tale is “how the__________got his hump”.  In the beginning of years, the world was so new and the animals worked for _________. The _________ lived in the middle of a Howling Desert because he did not want to work. So he ate ______ and thorns and tamarisks and milkweed. The Horse, the _______ and the Ox asked him to work like the others but he didn’t. The animals were very ___________. They went to the edge of the desert and met __________.  He said that it was his __________ and some ideas came to his mind: “Today is Thursday and you haven’t worked since Monday. That’s your own ________. As you missed those three days, you will be able to work now for three days without __________. You can live on your hump. Come out of the desert and go to the animals”.

    While speaking don’t forget answering the questions:

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 2. Fill in the gaps with the words.

    skin

    hat

    palm

    bread crumbs

    rhino

    clothes

    Persian

    pie

    The name of the tale is “how the__________got such ______”.  Near the Red Sea there was an uninhabited island where ________lived and wore the _________ which glistened in the sun. One day he cooked the ________  and put it on the oven. There was very tasty smell. When he wanted to eat it the big _________ came and ate it. The man was afraid and climbed on the ________. After five weeks there was severe heat and the _____ took off the _________ which was like the raincoat. At this time the man put some __________ into its raincoat. The __________ put on its _________ and wanted to scratch. It was getting worse and worse when it went rolling on the ground. And since then every rhino has very thick folds on the _________.

    While speaking don’t forget answering the questions:

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 3. Fill in the gaps with the words.

    fish

    knife

    suspenders

    whale

    man

    jumped

    cunning

    throat

     The name of the tale is “how the__________got his throat”.  Once upon a time in the deep sea there was a big blue ________. He ate small fishes. Soon there was only one __________ and small _______ left in all sea. One day it suggested him to taste the _______ sitting of the raft in the middle of the sea, with nothing on but a pair of _______ and a _________. It swallowed the _________ and the raft.  In the stomach he danced and stumped, _______ and bumped where he shouldn’t. Then the ______ had taken his ______ and cut up the raft into a little square grating all running criss-cross, he had tied it with his ________ and put into the whale's ________, and there it stuck! That’s why he could eat only very, very small fish.

    While speaking don’t forget answering the questions:

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 4 Fill in the gaps with the words.

    trunk

    crocodile

    nose

    elephant

    questions

    boa

    water

    Limpopo

    The name of the tale is “The____________”.  This story is about the curious __________ which hasn’t got a _________ and he asked many _________ for what he was beaten more than once. All animals beat and hit him. At last he wanted to know what the __________ eats for dinner. When he went to the river ___________ the _________ grabbed his _______ and began to pull into the _______. ___________ pulled the curious _________ by his legs but the _________’s nose was so long that he could get bananas, wash himself and many other useful things and also beat the others who have beaten him before.

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 5 Fill in the gaps with the words.

    stamp

    wives

    palace

    butterfly

    air

    Suleiman

    Jinn

    ring

    The name of the tale is “The____________ that stamped the foot”.  This story is about _________ who has got many ____________ and only one was beloved. Her name was Balkis. There was also a magic _______ which can call the _______. However He didn’t want to use this power to calm down his __________. One day in the garden he saw a couple of quarreling butterflies and the husband said that he can just _______ his foot and the entire __________ of Suleiman will disappear. Clever wife made the _______  stamp, and Suleiman, being in deal with husband, ordered ________ to carry the castle in the _________. So the others were very afraid and not only the wives but the butterfly’s wife too. And the Sultan wives became calm and quite.

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What is he doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 6 Fill in the gaps with the words.

    desert

    stripes

    change

    5 fingers

    leopard

    hunters

    spots

    giraffe

    The name of the tale is “The____________ got its spots”.  This story is about the animals which lived in the ____________ where they were easily found by the _______: the man and the ___________. To protect themselves, the animals went to the woods and got their _________ and _________. The wise Baboon advised the ________ to have __________, and the Ethiopian to __________ his appearance. In the woods they caught a zebra and a _______; those hunter showed why they can hear and smell the animals but don’t see. The Ethiopian was black and covered the leopard prints on __________.

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What is the Ethiopian doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

     



    Предварительный просмотр:

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    Дополнительные вопросы к картинкам

    1. What punishment came to Jinni’s mind? Why? (к картинке 1)
    2. How did the Pars punish the rhino? (к картинке 2)
    3. Why did the whale eat the man? (к картинке 3)
    4. Why did the elephant look for the crocodile? (к кар. 4)
    5. What happened when the butterfly stamped? (к кар.5)
    6. How the leopard became the spotty? (к кар. 6)
    7. Who helped the porcupine get its haircut? (к кар.7)



    Предварительный просмотр:

    № 1. Fill in the gaps with the words.

    Jinn

    dog

    eating

    camel

    man

    hump

    sticks

    angry

    The name of the tale is “how the camel got his hump”.  In the beginning of years, the world was so new and the animals worked for man. The camel lived in the middle of a Howling Desert because he did not want to work. So he ate sticks and thorns and tamarisks and milkweed. The Horse, the Dog and the Ox asked him to work like the others but he didn’t. The animals were very angry. They went to the edge of the desert and met Jinn.  He said that it was his camel and some ideas came to his mind: “Today is Thursday and you haven’t worked since Monday. That’s your own hump. As you missed those three days, you will be able to work now for three days without eating.  You can live on your hump. Come out of the desert and go to the animals”.

    While speaking don’t forget answering the questions:

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 2. Fill in the gaps with the words.

    skin

    hat

    palm

    bread crumbs

    rhino

    clothes

    Persian

    pie

    The name of the tale is “how the rhino got such skin.  Near the Red Sea there was an uninhabited island where Persian lived and wore the hat which glistened in the sun. One day he cooked the pie and put it on the oven. There was very tasty smell. When he wanted to eat it the big rhino came and ate it. The man was afraid and climbed on the palm. After five weeks there was severe heat and the rhino took off the skin which was like the raincoat. At this time the man put some bread crumbs into its raincoat. The rhino put on its skin and wanted to scratch. It was getting worse and worse when it went rolling on the ground. And since then every rhino has very thick folds on the skin.

    While speaking don’t forget answering the questions:

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 3. Fill in the gaps with the words.

    fish

    knife

    suspenders

    whale

    man

    jumped

    cunning

    throat

     The name of the tale is “how the whale got his throat”.  Once upon a time in the deep sea there was a big blue whale. He ate small fishes. Soon there was only one cunning and small fish left in all sea. One day it suggested him to taste the man sitting of the raft in the middle of the sea, with nothing on but a pair of suspenders and a knife.  It swallowed the man and the raft. In the stomach he danced and stumped, jumped and bumped where he shouldn’t. Then the man had taken his knife and cut up the raft into a little square grating all running criss-cross, he had tied it with his suspenders and put into the whale's throat and there it stuck! That’s why he could eat only very, very small fish.

    While speaking don’t forget answering the questions:

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 4 Fill in the gaps with the words.

    trunk

    crocodile

    nose

    elephant

    questions

    boa

    water

    Limpopo

    The name of the tale is “The elephant”.  This story is about the curious elephant which hasn’t got a trunk and he asked many questions for what he was beaten more than once. All animals beat and hit him. At last he wanted to know what the crocodile eats for dinner. When he went to the river Limpopo the crocodile grabbed his nose and began to pull into the water. Boa pulled the curious elephant by his legs but the elephant’s nose was so long that he could get bananas, wash himself and many other useful things and also beat the others who have beaten him before.

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What are they doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 5 Fill in the gaps with the words.

    stamp

    wives

    palace

    butterfly

    air

    Suleiman

    Jinn

    ring

    The name of the tale is “The butterfly that stamped the foot”.  This story is about Suleiman who has got many wives and only one was beloved. Her name was Balkis. There was also a magic ring which can call the Jinn. However he didn’t want to use this power to calm down his wives. One day he saw a couple of quarreling butterflies in the garden and the husband said that he can just stamp his foot and the entire palace of Suleiman will disappear. Clever wife made the butterfly stamp, and Suleiman, being in deal with husband, ordered Jinn to carry the castle in the air. So the others were very afraid and not only the wives but the butterfly’s wife too. And the Sultan wives became calm and quite.

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What is he doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

    № 6 Fill in the gaps with the words.

    desert

    stripes

    change

    5 fingers

    leopard

    hunters

    spots

    giraffe

    The name of the tale is “The leopard got its spots”.  This story is about the animals which lived in the desert where they were easily found by the hunters: the man and the leopard. To protect themselves, the animals went to the woods and got their stripes and spots. The wise Baboon advised the leopard to have spots, and the Ethiopian to change his appearance. In the woods they caught a zebra and a giraffe; those hunter showed why they can hear and smell the animals but don’t see. The Ethiopian was black and covered the leopard prints on 5 fingers.

    1. What’s the name of the tale?
    2. Who is in the picture?
    3. Where are they?
    4. What is the Ethiopian doing?
    5. What’s the morality of the tale?

     


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