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    Внеклассное мероприятие "Шотландия" для 8 классов
    методическая разработка по английскому языку (8 класс)

    Фазлахметова Елена Дмитриевна

    Внеклассное мероприятие "Шотландия" для 8 классов. Разработка содержит три задания: соединить тексты с картинками, прослушать записи и также соединить услышанное с картинками, задания для черного ящика.

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    Задание 1. Ученики читают тексты и соединяют их с картинками. За каждый правильный ответ - 1 балл. Всего 5 текстов и 5 картинок. Итого-5 баллов.

    Edinburgh’s Art and International Book Festival

    https://images.theskinny.co.uk/assets/production/8096/8096_large.jpgEdinburgh’s Art and International Book FestivalIt is one of the largest festivals that takes place in Edinburgh in the last 3 weeks of August every year. A lot of famous artists and talented people come together and show their works of visual art. The best thing is that entry fee for most of the exhibitions is free. This international festival is among the best festivals in Scotland. It became a yearly celebration in 1997. The programme offers over 800 events featuring the greatest writers and thinkers in the world. From rising stars of fiction to Nobel Prize-winners, it's a place where audiences and authors gather to share ideas, have thought-provoking discussions, be entertained, informed, enthralled and challenged. There is also a highly regarded programme of events for children and young adults featuring the finest writers and illustrators of children's books and young adult novels.

    Shetland Folk Festival

    Shetland Folk FestivalThis festival is one of the traditional Scottish festival and a treat for all folk enthusiasts.  It is held at the beginning of May. This amazing festival has been happening for the last four decades and is growing bigger and better with each passing year. It welcomes all the international, British and Scottish artists to perform.  For performers, locals and visitors alike, the festival’s sessions are amongst the best in the world. From traditional pub theaters to private gigs to workshops and youth-based programs, a lot happens during this festival. Concerts are held all over the town, and on the final night, audiences in three large venues are treated to a marathon concert in which everyone has a chance to see all the 15 or so visiting bands.

    Fort William Mountain Festival

    Fort William Mountain FestivalEach year, Festival audiences are treated to a range of inspiring presentations, adrenaline filled and thought provoking world class films, access to information stands and outdoor products in the exhibition zone, cultural, creative and outdoor training opportunities, workshops and masterclasses as well as indoor and outdoor activities. The Festival celebrates the mountains and the outdoor lifestyle that surrounds us and is held annually. It promotes the understanding and appreciation of the world’s mountain places and mountain communities such as here in Lochaber, the Outdoor Capital of the UK. It creates opportunities for people to share and find inspiration in mountain experiences, ideas and visions. With bike, climbing, water sports, running & snow sports nights the festival really does have something for most people with a love of the outdoors. Taking place each February in and around the town of Fort William, the Festival attracts approaching 1500 people over the 5 days.

    Scottish Traditional Boat FestivalScottish Traditional Boat Festival

    The Festival is one the most interesting traditional Scottish festivals. A cultural event is hosted on the Aberdeenshire coast by Portsoy. Various entertaining activities like sports, music, dance, rowing and sailing events, are organized during the celebrations. Cheer on the crews as the take part in competitive sailing on the opens seas, enthralling the crowds gathered by the harbourside who watch on in excited anticipation. Watch skilled traditional craftsmen and women carve, weave, knit and sculpt wonderful creations, many of which you can take home as a reminder of the wonder of Portsoy and its authentic charm. With up to 16,000 people descending upon Portsoy over Festival weekend, be sure to come along and join the celebrations. It is observed during the third week of June. It’s is one of the highly awaited and enjoyed festivals in Scotland 2019.

    Up Helly Aa or Viking Festival

    Up Helly AaIt is one of the famous festivals in Scotland. It is Britain’s biggest fire festival and is organized on the last Tuesday of every January. Visitors from across the world gathered for the event. The roots of the holiday date back to the 9th century when the islands of Scotland are often attacked by Vikings. It refers to an assortment of fire festivals which are annually held at the Shetland Islands. People made a model ship of the conquerors, the Vikings 30 feet in size, change them, and carry a model ship in the sea along the unlit city streets. Expect to see a crowd of the latest generation of ‘Vikings’ dressed in sheepskins, carrying axes and shields, and bearing torches or candles as they snake through the town streets to the rousing music of traditional songs struck up by a brass band. On the shore they burnt a part of the custom of the Vikings, so they buried the chiefs and warriors.

    Задание 2. Ученики слушают тексты и соединяют их с картинками. Тексты другие. За каждый правильный ответ - 1 балл. Всего 5 аудио текстов и 5 картинок. Итого-5 баллов. Запись включать дважды.

    Ответ: Burns Night

    https://img1.liveinternet.ru/images/attach/c/1/54/223/54223582_burnsnight.jpgIt is annually celebrated in Scotland around January 25. It commemorates the life of poet who was born on January 25, 1759. This day also celebrates in contribution to Scottish culture. His best known work is Auld Lang Syne. The Scottish flag is often displayed during celebrations. It is also a day when people generally celebrate everything associated with Scotland, including tartan, bagpipes, haggis, childish dancing, Scottish literature and music.  

     Ответ: Hogmanay

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DpUHZQ0XgAAEDaT.jpgIt is the Scots word for the last day of the year and synonymous with the celebration of the New Year in the Scottish manner. It has been firmly rooted in Scottish tradition for centuries. Also this holiday is a great time for feasting and celebrating. It is, however, normally only the start of a celebration which lasts through the night until the morning of New Year’s Day or, in some cases, 2 January which is a Scottish Bank Holiday.

    Ответ: Independence Day of Scotland

    https://orient.tm/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/FOTO-6-6.jpg Scotland is an ancient amazing country, part of the United Kingdom. State retained its independence and unconditional identity. Interesting men's national dress Scots - checkered kilt and, of course, the bagpipes. Many tourists go to Edinburgh to celebrate this holiday. Ancient impressive castles are decorated with flags. June 24 turns into a theatrical stage. On city small streets jugglers with torches, mimes and singers act. The festivity doesn't stop also at night, bright fireworks and laser light shows with effective pyrotechnics are very beautiful.

    Ответ: Guy Fawkes (Bonfire Night)

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/_2kz1P93YKE/maxresdefault.jpg It celebrates a failed attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London. This was probably one of the first examples of terrorism, only it didn’t work. It all happened on November the fifth, 1605. A group of Catholics who were unhappy with their Protestant rulers wanted to bring the government down. Their leader was a man and his plan was called the Gunpowder Plot. Fortunately, some passers-by saw him and his followers with the gunpowder. He was arrested, put on a bonfire and burned to death.  Nowadays people find it necessary to burn all their garden rubbish. Children’s favorite part is the tasty food sold in streets: baked potatoes, homemade toffee apples, sausage rolls, popcorn etc.

    https://farm1.static.flickr.com/44/174915141_7e2d2444ae_b.jpgОтвет: Beltane’s day (1st of May)

    It was an important day in the Middle Ages, the celebration of summer's beginning. It was supposed to encourage the crops to grow. For that day people decorated houses and streets with branches of trees and flowers. In early morning young girls rose early, went to the fields and washed their faces with dew. They believed this made them beautiful for a year after that. People put up a striped maypole decorated with flowers and danced round it.

    Задание 3. «Черный ящик». На входе ученики тянут карточку с номером вопроса. После выполнения заданий 1 и 2, команды по очереди называют номер вопроса. Ведущий задает вопрос и достает из ящика картинку-ответ. Если команда отвечает правильно, то получает 1 дополнительный балл, если ответ неправильный, то 0 баллов.

    За это задание каждая команда может получить по дополнительному баллу. Во время ответа одной команды, другие участники не могут отвечать на вопрос первой команды, только на свой вопрос. Время ответа – 10 секунд. Максимальный балл за это задание для каждой команды – 1 балл.

    Вопросы:

    1. It’s the main national musical instrument in Scotland (волынка bagpipe)
    2. The oldest national flag of Scotland. It is a part of Jack Union. (Андреевский крест Saint Andrew’s Cross)
    3. It saved Scotland and now it is the emblem of Scotland. (чертополох thistle)
    4. Scottish mythical animal and a part of the Coat of arms. (единорог unicorn)
    5. The male national item of clothes. (юбка –kilt)
    6. It is thrown by highlanders during the games. (молот hammer)


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    It is one of the largest festivals that takes place in Edinburgh in the last 3 weeks of August every year. A lot of famous artists and talented people come together and show their works of visual art. The best thing is that entry fee for most of the exhibitions is free. This international festival is among the best festivals in Scotland. It became a yearly celebration in 1997. The programme offers over 800 events featuring the greatest writers and thinkers in the world. From rising stars of fiction to Nobel Prize-winners, it's a place where audiences and authors gather to share ideas, have thought-provoking discussions, be entertained, informed, enthralled and challenged. There is also a highly regarded programme of events for children and young adults featuring the finest writers and illustrators of children's books and young adult novels.

    This festival is one of the traditional Scottish festival and a treat for all folk enthusiasts.  It is held at the beginning of May. This amazing festival has been happening for the last four decades and is growing bigger and better with each passing year. It welcomes all the international, British and Scottish artists to perform.  For performers, locals and visitors alike, the festival’s sessions are amongst the best in the world. From traditional pub theaters to private gigs to workshops and youth-based programs, a lot happens during this festival. Concerts are held all over the town, and on the final night, audiences in three large venues are treated to a marathon concert in which everyone has a chance to see all the 15 or so visiting bands.

    Each year, Festival audiences are treated to a range of inspiring presentations, adrenaline filled and thought provoking world class films, access to information stands and outdoor products in the exhibition zone, cultural, creative and outdoor training opportunities, workshops and masterclasses as well as indoor and outdoor activities. The Festival celebrates the mountains and the outdoor lifestyle that surrounds us and is held annually. It promotes the understanding and appreciation of the world’s mountain places and mountain communities such as here in Lochaber, the Outdoor Capital of the UK. It creates opportunities for people to share and find inspiration in mountain experiences, ideas and visions. With bike, climbing, water sports, running & snow sports nights the festival really does have something for most people with a love of the outdoors. Taking place each February in and around the town of Fort William, the Festival attracts approaching 1500 people over the 5 days.

    The Festival is one the most interesting traditional Scottish festivals. A cultural event is hosted on the Aberdeenshire coast by Portsoy. Various entertaining activities like sports, music, dance, rowing and sailing events, are organized during the celebrations. Cheer on the crews as the take part in competitive sailing on the opens seas, enthralling the crowds gathered by the harbourside who watch on in excited anticipation. Watch skilled traditional craftsmen and women carve, weave, knit and sculpt wonderful creations, many of which you can take home as a reminder of the wonder of Portsoy and its authentic charm. With up to 16,000 people descending upon Portsoy over Festival weekend, be sure to come along and join the celebrations. It is observed during the third week of June. It’s is one of the highly awaited and enjoyed festivals in Scotland 2019.

    It is one of the famous festivals in Scotland. It is Britain’s biggest fire festival and is organized on the last Tuesday of every January. Visitors from across the world gathered for the event. The roots of the holiday date back to the 9th century when the islands of Scotland are often attacked by Vikings. It refers to an assortment of fire festivals which are annually held at the Shetland Islands. People made a model ship of the conquerors, the Vikings 30 feet in size, change them, and carry a model ship in the sea along the unlit city streets. Expect to see a crowd of the latest generation of ‘Vikings’ dressed in sheepskins, carrying axes and shields, and bearing torches or candles as they snake through the town streets to the rousing music of traditional songs struck up by a brass band. On the shore they burnt a part of the custom of the Vikings, so they buried the chiefs and warriors.


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