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  1. Holidays in Great Britain and the USA Московский городской педагогический университетИнститут иностранных языковВыполнили: группа 3591Руководители: Гулиянц А.Б.Гулиянц С.Б. 2013

  2. Contents • Thanksgiving Day • Christmas • St. Valentine’s Day • Easter

  3. "The First Tranksgiving" Jean Louis Gerome Ferris Thanksgiving Day "The First Tranksgiving“ by Jean Louis Gerome Ferris

  4. Look at the picture and read the text Once upon a time 111 people, who were called the Puritans, came to America from Europe because they were unhappy at Homeland. They wanted to be free and happy. When they arrived, they had nothing to eat. They didn't know how to grow plants. The Indians (native people) helped them and gave them corn, pumpkin and turkey. It was a great dinner for the Puritans. They were so thankful to the Indians. Since that time the Americans celebrate the Thanksgiving Day every year in autumn.

  5. Glossary • the Puritans пуритане • America Америка • Europe Европа • Homeland Родина • to arrive прибывать, приезжать • to grow plants выращивать растения • the Indians индейцы • corn зерно • pumpkin тыква • turkey индейка • thankful благодарный • the Thanksgiving day День Благодарения How quickly can you find these words in the text? Find and underline them. Let’s find the fastest seeker!

  6. Look at the picture and show: • The Puritans (some of them) • The Indians (native people) • An Indian woman • A turkey

  7. Choose the right variant: • Once upon a time 111 people, who were called the ­ ________________. a) Indians b) Puritans c) Americans 2. They came to America from Europe because they were unhappy at _______________. a) home b) Europe c) Homeland 3. They didn't know how to _______________. a) read and write b) come back c) grow plants 4. The Indians (native people) helped them and gave _______________. a) animals, plants and bread b) corn, pumpkin and turkey c) popcorn, coca-cola and chocolate 5. Since that time the Americans celebrate the __________________every year in autumn. a) Merry Christmas b) Valentine's day c) Thanksgiving day

  8. True or false? • The Indians were unhappy at Homeland. ___ • The Puritans came from Europe. ___ • The Puritans didn’t know how to grow plants. ___ • Indians were thankful to the Puritans. ___ • The Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day. ___

  9. Put these letters in the correct order to make up the words: • tkanhluf ___________________ • cron ___________________ • averri ___________________ • pupmnik ___________________ • mArieac ___________________

  10. Imagine that you arecelebratingThanksgiving Day with your family/friends. Draw a picture of it and describe the picture For example: There are seven people in the picture. There is a big table. There are … on the table. The people are celebrating Thanksgiving Day. They are happy.

  11. Turkey is a symbol of Thanksgiving Day. This poem about turkey is a kind of game – make all the movements that are mentioned! Walk Like a Turkey Walk like a turkey,Woddle, woddle, woddle.Talk like a turkey,Gobble, gobble, gobble.Run like a turkey‘Round and ‘round.But when it’s ThanksgivingDon’t make a sound!JeanWarren

  12. Christmas Kiryanova Victoria Vladimirovna

  13. Active vocabulary • christmastree- ёлка • christmastoys- елочные игрушки • aball- мяч • toys-игрушки • anutcracker- Щелкунчик • abear- медведь • ahorse- лошадка • decoration- украшения

  14. Vocabulary • apresent- подарок • a table–cloth- скатерть • abox- коробка • pinecone– сосновая шишка • flags- флаги • musical instrument - музыкальный инструмент

  15. Match the words with the pictures

  16. Answer the questions: • Are there any toys? • Are there any trees? • What is the colourof the Christmas tree? • Are there any toys on the Christmas tree? • Are there any boxes in the room?

  17. True or false? - Christmas tree is red. - The bear is very small and green. - The table-cloth is yellow. - There are lots of Christmas toys on the tree. - There is a snowman in the room.

  18. Describe the picture Use there is/there are construction. Make no less then five sentences

  19. Sing the song and make all the movements We wish a Merry Christmas. We wish you a Merry Christmas. We wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year. We all do a little clapping. We all do a little clapping.
We all do a little clapping.
Christmas is here We all do a little jumping. We all do a little jumping.
We all do a little jumping.
Christmas is here. We all do a little stomping. We all do a little stomping.
We all do a little stomping.
Christmas is here. We all do a little whispering We all do a little whispering We all do a little whispering Christmas is here. We wish you a Merry Christmas.
We wish you a Merry Christmas.
We wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year.

  20. St. Valentine’sDay “Lovers” by Pablo Picasso

  21. “Lovers” Answer the questions using the active vocabulary: • What can you see in the picture? • Who are these people? • Do you like the picture? Why? Pablo Picasso 

  22. Active vocabulary St. Valentine’s Day – День Святого Валентина a heart - сердце a valentine - валентинка candy hearts – конфеты-сердечки Cupid - Купидон an arrow - стрела a date - свидание popular – человек, получивший много валентинок flowers- цветы love-struck - влюбленный a rose - роза

  23. Read, translate and memorize the words (use attached flashcards).

  24. Match the two parts of the hearts to make words The first word is already given to you

  25. Match the words with their definitions 1. Feb.14 a person who got a lot of valentines 2. a hearta thing used by Cupid 3. a valentinepopular shape on V-Day 4. candy heartsbeautiful plants 5. Cupida card for Valentine’s Day 6. an arrowa person who is in love 7. a datea romantic meeting of two lovers 8. populardate of Valentine’s Day 9. flowers he flies with a bow and arrow 10. love-struckmost popular flower on V-Day 11. a rosesweet food

  26. Complete the boggler puzzle

  27. Grammar Complete the sentences using “there is/there are/there isn’t/there aren’t”: 1 There are six hearts in the picture. 2 _________________ an arrow in the picture. 3 _________________ a Cupid in the picture. 4 _________________ two children, making valentines in the picture. 5 _________________ three roses in the picture. 6 _________________ two balloons in the picture. 7 _________________ a candy heart in the picture. 8 _________________five valentines in the picture.

  28. Правила игры: нужно делать только то, что говорит Купидон (Cupid Says). Например, ведущий говорит: «Cupidsays: Touchyournose.» И дотрагивается до носа. Дети повторяют за ведущим. Затем следующая фраза: «Cupidsays: Raiseyouhand.» и выполняет движение. И так далее.В какой-то момент ведущий называет и выполняет движение без приставки «Cupidsays». Те, кто уловил разницу и не сделал движения выиграли. Возможныеварианты движений: Touch your nose,Raise your hand (s),Raise you left (right) armClose your eyes,Touch your ear(s)Sit downStand upStretch upTouch you toe(s)Rub you chick Hug your partner Blow a kiss to smbMove your head down (up, to the left, to the right) Game “Cupid Says”

  29. Easter “The Easter Bunny” by Lynn Bonnete

  30. Look at the picture and read the text Many Americans1 have the tradition: they colour boiled eggs and present baskets of candy. The Easter Bunny2 is a popular Easter symbol in the American culture. New York City organizes an annual Easter parade on Easter Sunday. In some countries where Christianity3 is a state religion, Easter is a public holiday. Some European4 and other countries in the world have Easter Monday as a public holiday. In Canada, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are public holidays. In Quebec5, either Good Friday6 or Easter Monday are state holidays. Two days before Easter Sunday, on Good Friday, is a public holiday as well. In Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden7, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are public holidays. It is a holiday for most workers. Some shopping centers are open for half a day. 1 Americans – Американцы 2 Easter Bunny – Пасхальный кролик 3 Christianity – Христианство 4 European – Европейский 5 Quebec – Квебек (город и порт в Канаде) 6 Good Friday – Великая Пятница 7 Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden – Дания, Норвегия, Финляндия и Швеция

  31. Find the following active words in the text and underline them • to colour – раскрашивать, окрашивать • Easter - Пасха • symbol – символ • culture – культура • annual – ежегодный, годовой • holiday – праздник • state – государственный • as well – также, тоже • worker – работник, сотрудник • shoppingcenter - торговыйцентр

  32. Complete the sentences according to the text • Many Americans have the tradition: they _______________________ and present baskets of candy. • The Easter Bunny is a popular ______________________ in the American __________________. • New York City organizes an ______________________ on Easter Sunday. • In some countries where Christianity is ___________________. • Some ________________________ are open for half a day.

  33. Answer the questions. Discuss your answers with your partner • What is a popular Easter symbol in the American culture? • What does New York City organize on Easter Sunday? • Are shops open on Easter Monday?

  34. ***Перед выполнением данного упражнения учитель с ребятами повторяют названия цветов • Look at the picture. • What can you see there? • What colour are the things?

  35. Read and remember. Draw a picture for this rhyme Easter bunny soft and white, Hopping quickly out of sight. Thank you for the eggs you bring At Easter time to welcome spring. Yellow eggs and blue and red, In the grass and flower bed. We will hunt them everywhere; Is it really you who put them there? http://pesochnizza.ru/english/easter

  36. These animals like to celebrate Easter. They like spring too. Show and say what these animals can do: • A rabbit can..................... JUMPA bird can........................ FLYA frog can........................ CROAKA monkey can.................. DANCEA fish can......................... SWIMA cow can......................... MOOA mouse can..................... SQUEAK A horse can....................... RUN

  37. References • http://www.mes-english.com/ • http://artbylynnbonnette.blogspot.ru/2010_03_01_archi.. • www.abcgallery.com/ • http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/ • http://slovari.yandex.ru • http://masterclass.nnov.ru/interesting/holiday/

  38. Thank you for your attention!