Пазакласнае мерапрыемства па англійскай мове для 6-7-х класаў We Study English

  • Будзіч Алена Валер’еўна, настаўнік англійскай мовы

мэты: абудзіць і падтрымаць
цікавасць да вывучэння англійскай мовы,
пазнаёміць з такімі з’явамі ў мове, як
хуткамоўкі, Лімэрык, прыказкі і прымаўкі,
амонімы, омофоны, омографы, вучыць параўноўваць
розныя з’явы ў мовах; папоўніць слоўнікавы
запас дзяцей; развіваць навыкі маўленні і
аўдыраваньня, моўныя здольнасці вучняў;
выхоўваць ўважлівае стаўленне адзін да аднаго,
дух таварыства і узаемадапамогі; заахвоціць дзяцей
да навукова-даследчай дзейнасці.

ход мерапрыемства

I. Арганізацыйны момант

— Dear boys and girls! Dear teachers and guests! We are glad to see
you here today! Welcome to our party «We Study English» and welcome to the Kingdom of
the English language. (дадатак 1)

We have studied English for 4 or 5 years and we must say that learning
English takes much time and effort, but it’s worth it. When you speak English you can
visit different countries, meet different people, watch films, read books in English, work
on the computer.

  • Do you know in what countries you can speak English?
  • Certainly! It is spoken in Great Britain, the USA, Australia, Canada, South Africa. More
    than 300 million people speak English as a second language.
  • Here are some more interesting facts about English.

II. выступы дзяцей

Amazing Facts (слайд 2)

  1. There were more than 30, 000 words in Old English. Modern English has the largest
    vocabulary in the world — more than 600, 000 words.
  2. Russian words in English are balalaika, bistro, bliny, taiga, tsar, rouble, samovar,
    sputnik, troika, duma, dacha.
  3. 70 per cent of the English language are from other languages ​​and only 30 per cent of the
    words are English.
  4. The words which are very often used in English are the, of, and, to, a, in, that, is,
    I, it, for, as.
  5. Tongue-twisters (слайд 3)

    — English pronunciation is not easy for Russians. To speak more clearly we need
    to practice tongue-twisters. Sometimes even British people find them very difficult. Is it
    so? Try them yourselves! (Дзеці прамаўляюць хуткамоўкі)

    Peter Piper picked a picked of pickled peppers.
    She sells seashells on the seashore.
    Grey geese graze in the green grass.
    Do not trouble troubles
    Until trouble troubles you.
    It only doubles trouble
    And troubles others too.
    Crisp crusts crackle crunchily.

    English spelling is another interesting thing. There are many rules of
    reading in English but sometimes it seems to me that there are much more exceptions to
    these rules. Here is a poem to prove it.

    Sounds and Letters (слайд 4)

    When the English tongue we speak
    Why is BREAK not rhymed with WEAK?
    Will you tell me why it’s true
    That we say SEW, but also FEW?
    When a poet writes a verse
    Why is HORSE not rhymed with WORSE?
    BEARD is not the same as HEARD
    LORD is different from WORD?
    COW is cow, but LOW is low
    SHOE is never rhymed with TOE.
    Think of NOSE and DOSE and LOSE
    Think of GOOSE and then of CHOOSE.
    Think of COMB and TOMB and BOMB
    Doll and ROLL, or HOME and SOME.
    We have BLOOD and FOOD and GOOD.
    MOULD is not pronounced like COULD.
    Think of PAY, SAY, PAID and SAID.
    ‘I will READ’ and ‘I have READ’
    Why say DONE, but GONE and LONE —
    Is there any reason known?
    To sum it up, it seems to me
    That sounds and letters disagree.

    Amazing Facts (слайд 5)

    1. By the way, if you feel like writing a poem in English, you should know that no word in
      this crazy language rhymes with MONTH, ORANGE, SILVER, PURPLE.
    2. The English language has about 41 sounds while their alphabet has only 26 letters. This
      is one of the reason why English spelling is so problematic.
    3. More than 60 percent of English words have silent letters. Nearly every letter in the
      English alphabet is silent in some words.
    4. — And how much we must know about English grammar! Plurals, Tenses of
      the Verb, Regular and irregular verbs, degrees of comparisons, adverbs, prepositions and a
      lot of exceptions to these rules!

      Our Queer English Language (слайд 6)

      We’ll begin with box; the plural is boxes,
      But the plural of ox is oxen, not oxes.
      One fowl is a goose, but two are called geese,
      But the plural of mouse is not even meese.
      You may find a lone mouse, or a whole nest of mice,
      But the plural of house is still never hice.
      If the plural of man is always men
      Why should not the plural of pan be pen?
      If I speak of a foot and you show me two feet,
      And I give you a boot, would a pair be called beet?
      If one is a tooth, and a whole set are teeth,
      Why should not the plural of booth be called beeth?
      If the singular is this and the plural is these
      Should the plural of kiss ever be keese?
      We speak of a brother and also call brethren,
      And though we say mother we never say methren.
      Then the masculine pronouns are he, his, and him
      But imagine the feminine she, shis, and shim.

      Proverbs (слайд 7-8)

      There are proverbs and sayings in every language. They are handed down
      from generation to generation and are supposed to have a universal value. People use them
      to give a word of advice or a wise comment on the situation.

      Some English and Russian proverbs are common and can be translated word
      by word from one language into another. For example, ‘There is no smoke without fire’
      has the Russian equivalent «Няма дыму без агню». With others the meaning
      of the proverb can be expressed in different ways. For example, «once bitten, twice
      shy ‘can be expressed in Russian by «Абпаліўшыся на малацэ,
      будзеш дзьмуць і на ваду «ці пужаныя варона і куста
      баіцца «.

      Here are some other examples:
      Rome was not a built in a day.
      There is no place like home.
      Like father, like son.
      Still waters run deep.
      Every family has a black sheep.
      All’s well that ends well.

      Phrases from Fables (слайд 9-11)

      Have you ever heard the expression CROCODILE TEARS? An old fable has it
      that crocodiles cry bitterly after eating a victim. Their tears are to show how sorry they
      feel for the innocent person. So the expression CROCODILE TEARS has come to mean
      ‘Make-believe sorrow or sadness’.

      One of Aesop’s fables tells of a fox who wanted some beautiful,
      sweet-smelling grapes. The fox tried and tried to get the grapes, but they were just a bit
      higher than he could reach. When the fox realized that he could not reach the grapes, he
      walked away. As he left, he told himself that the grapes were probably sour and that he
      really did not like them. Now when someone says something bad about something they want
      and can not have we sometimes say that they are experiencing SOUR GRAPES.

      Another Aesop’s fable is about a dog who guarded a manger full of
      hay. Even though the dog could not use all the hay, she would not share it with anyone.
      So a selfish person is now sometimes called A DOG IN THE MANGER.

      Limericks (слайд 12-20)

      A lot of poems were famous in England 400 years ago. British people are
      proud of them and keep them up. Children’s poems are known as «Mother Goose Rhymes».

      A lot of these poems are about animals because children always like
      them. Let’s listen to some of them.

      Hickory, dickory, dock
      The mouse ran up the clock
      The clock struck one
      The mouse ran down
      Hickory, dickory, dock
      Hey, diddle, diddle,
      The cat and the fiddle,
      The cow jumped over the moon
      The little dog laughed,
      To see such spot
      And the dish ran away with the spoon.
      Yankee Doodle came to town
      Riding on a pony
      He stuck in a feather in his cap
      And called it macaroni.
      Old Mother Twitchett had but one eye
      And a long tail which she can let fly
      And every time she goes over a gap
      She leaves a bit of her tail in a trap.

      Another kind of children’s poems are limericks. Limericks are short
      songs, come out of an Irish sea-port Limerick. They say they were sung during holidays and
      celebrations. Then they were shortened into 5-lined poems. They usually begin with the
      words ‘There was a …’ Let’s listen to some limericks.

      There was an Old Man with a nose
      Who said «If you choose to suppose
      That my nose is too long
      You are certainly wrong! ‘
      That remarkable man with a nose.

      There was a young lady whose chin
      Resembled the point of a pin
      So she had it made sharp
      And purchased a harp
      And played several tunes with her chin.

      There was an Old man on the hill
      Who seldom, if ever, stood still
      He ran up and down
      In his grandmother’s gown
      Which adorned the old man on the hill.

      There was an Old Man with a beard
      Who said, ‘It is just as I feared,
      Two Owls and a Hen
      Four Larks and a Wren
      Have all built their nests in my beard! ‘

      Texts (слайд 21-22)

      Every day we send sms and use ICQ. Why? Because it is fun, it is simple
      and it is addictive. We do it under the noses of our moms, dads and even teachers. Text
      friends have created a whole new language of their own. They use short words,
      abbreviations, symbols, no grammar, no spelling. Let us see. SMS short message service 2
      — to \ too \ two, 4 — for \ four, @ — at, B — be, B / C — because, Pls — please, Thnq
      — Thank you, TNX — Thanks, U — you, UOK — You OK ?, 2day — Today, Wknd —
      weekend, B4 — before, CU — See you, ILU — I love you, IK — I know

      III. віктарына (Дзеці дзеляцца на дзве
      каманды, пытанні задаюцца па чарзе)

      — Now let us see how good you are at English. (Слайд 23-46)

      Пытанні да віктарыны

      1. Which is the most common letter in English? (E)
      a) e b) a c) i d) o

      2. Which is the least common letter in English? (Q)
      a) x b) q c) z d) j

      3. Which of these words came from Arabic? (Alcohol)
      a) wine b) juice c) water d) alcohol

      4. What language is the word ‘sauna’ from? (Finnish)
      a) Swedish b) German c) Dutch d) Finnish

      5. What country are ‘khara-kiri’, ‘kimono’, ‘karate’ from?
      a) Japan b) China c) Spain d) Portugal

      6. What country are ‘opera’, ‘concerto’, ‘piano’ from?
      a) Spain b) Portugal c) French d) Italy

      7. Where do many computer terms come from? (Usa)
      a) Great Britain b) Canada c) the USA d) Australia

      8. Which word is often used in conversations? (I)
      a) Yes b) No c) I d) You

      9. Which words are often used in written English? (C)
      a) boy, girl, love b) money, business, bank c) a, the, and d) mother, father, son

      10. Which famous fast food came from German? (Hambuger)
      a) pizza b) hamburger c) sandwich d) big mac

      11. What do the British say before the meal?
      a) Bless you! B) nothing c) Sit down d) Bon appetite!

      12. If someone says «Cheerio ‘what do they mean? (Goodbye)
      a) Goodbye b) Hello c) Thank You d) Please

      13. What should you say in English if someone sneezes?
      a) How is it going? B) Can I help you? C) You’re welcome d) Bless you!

      14. What is the polite response to «Thank you very much»
      a) Not at all b) You are welcome c) Of Course d) The same to you

      15. This bird in the picture is a … (паўлін)
      a) peacock b) ostrich c) turkey d) pelican

      16. The man in the picture is a … (conducter)
      a) DJ b) composer c) director d) conducter

      17. The man’s hobby is … (tourist)
      a) jogging b) fishing c) hiking d) windsurfing

      18. This flower is a …
      a) sunflower b) shamrock c) violet d) tulip

      19. Shakespeare … 37plays.
      a) writes b) is writing c) will write d) wrote

      20. These men are … (б’юцца)
      a) fight b) are fighting c) is fighting d) will fight

      21. If someone hits you in the eye, you get a … eye.
      a) black b) blue c) purple d) brown

      22. Haggis is a traditional Scottish … (dish)
      a) plate b) dish c) food d) dessert

      23. The abbreviation BC stands for …
      a) Before Christmas b) Before Christ c) Between Centuries d) Between Centres

      24. Which is the oldest word in English?
      a) city b) country c) continent d) town

      25. Choose the right translation: «Let’s talk about the royal
      family «
      a) Давайце пагаворым аб каралеўскай сям’і.
      b) Давайце пагаворым аб каралеўскай прозвішчы.
      c) Давайце пагаворым аб сямействе раяляў.

      26. This model is obsolete.
      a) Гэтая мадэль састарэлая.
      b) Гэтая мадэль абсалютная.
      c) Гэтая мадэль дакладная.

      IV. падвядзенне вынікаў

      That was the last question. Now let us listen to the jury to know your
      results. They are the following …

      Thank you very much. You all did a very good job!

      Выкарыстоўваная літаратура:

      1. Часопіс для тых, хто вывучае англійская
      мова «Speak Out» за 1995-2009 гг.


      Внимание, только СЕГОДНЯ!

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