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Сценарий внеклассного мероприятия на английском языке

«Scotland the Beautiful»

Ежегодно учащиеся нашей школы выезжают за границу. Целью таких поездок является практическое применение знаний и умений, полученных на уроках английского языка, развитие стратегии речевого поведения в англоязычной среде, знакомство с культурой страны изучаемого языка. Традиционно, после таких познавательных путешествий, учащиеся представляют отчет о поездке. Это может быть стенгазета, интервью во время урока, фотоотчет. Данное внеклассное мероприятие разворачивает перед учащимися картину развития страны от средневековья до наших дней. Ребята знакомятся с историей, символами, музыкой, знаменитыми людьми, столицей Шотландии.

Особая ценность подобных мероприятий заключается в том, что дети принимают самое непосредственное участие в их подготовке и проведении. Количество участников не ограничено – это может быть два ведущих, а может быть вся группа, побывавшая в поездке.

Данная форма проведения мероприятия выбрана мной не случайно. Проведение уроков и внеклассных мероприятий в оригинальной, нетрадиционной форме направлено не только на развитие основных видов речевой деятельности, но и на формирование ассоциативного мышления, памяти, навыков общения в коллективе, творческой инициативы школьников. Творческий характер заданий, которые ребята получают во время подготовки к мероприятию, способствует лучшему запоминанию и усвоению различных грамматических явлений, расширению лексического запаса, развитию монологической и диалогической речи, а также открывает широкие возможности для

индивидуальной работы школьника.

Материал данного мероприятия может быть использован и во время уроков английского языка по теме «Шотландия».


^ Сценарий мероприятия на английском языке

Scotland, the beautiful”

 

Оборудование: мультимедийная установка, магнитофон.

Оформление: фотографии детей - участников поездки в Великобританию, изображение символов Великобритании.

 

Тихо звучит музыка волынки . На фоне музыки участник 1 читает стихотворение Роберта Бернса «My heart`s in the Highlands»

 

My heart`s in the Highlands, my heart is not here,

My heart`s in the Highlands a-chasing the deer,

A-chasing the wild deer and following the roe-

My heart`s in the Highland, wherever I go!

 

Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the North,

The birthplace of valour, the country of worth.

Wherever I wander, wherever I rove,

The hills of the Highlands for ever I love.

 

Farewell to the mountains high cover`d with snow,

Farewell to the straths and green valleys below,

Farewell to the forests and wild-hanging woods,

Farewell to the torrents and long-pouring floods!

 

My heart`s in the Highlands, my heart is not here,

My heart`s in the Highlands a-chasing the deer,

A-chasing the wild deer and following the roe-

My heart`s in the Highlands, wherever I go!

 

P1: You have just heard one of the beautiful poems by Robert Burns and now you understand that Scotland is really beautiful. But let`s come back to the history of the country.

^ P2: The year of 1703. That year Scotland and England were united.

(На троне восседает король. За его спиной стоит человек с короной в руках.)

Входит глашатай (Herald):

By the Grace of God the King of Scotland James the fourth is proclaimed the King of England James the first – Defender of the Faith, Land and People!

После этих слов на голову королю надевают корону. Раздается троекратное «God save the King! God save the King! God save the King».

P1: At the begining of the 18-th century the Scottish Parliament was merged with the English Parliament and Scotland lost its political independence.

^ P2: But the Scots were proud, independent people and they fought for the independence of their country <Рисунок 1>. Prince Charles Edward Stewart, who was known as Bonnie Prince Charlie, fought against the English in the 18-th century trying to make Scotland independent. But Charlie`s army was defeated. Charlie was Scotland national hero and people dedicated him a song.

( Звучит песня «My Bonnie lies over the ocean»)

 

My Bonnie lies over the ocean,

My Bonnie lies over the sea,

My Bonnie lies over the ocean,

Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me.

Chorus:

Bring back, bring back –

Bring back my Bonnie to me, to me.

Bring back, bring back –

Oh, bring back my Bonnie to me.

Last night as I lay on my pillow,

Last night as I lay on my bed,

Last night as I lay on my pillow,

I dreamed that my Bonnie was dead.

Chorus.

Oh, blow you winds over the ocean,

Oh, blow you winds over the sea,

Oh, blow you winds over the ocean,

And bring back my Bonnie to me.

The winds have blown over the ocean,

The winds have blown over the sea,

The winds have blown over the ocean,

And brought back my Bonnie to me.

Chorus:

Brought back, brought back,

Brought back my Bonnie to me, to me,

Brought back, brought back,

Have brought back my Bonnie to me.

 

P1: Scotland is bounded in the north and west by the Atlantic Ocean, and in the east by the North Sea. The mainland stretches 440 kilometers from north to south, has a maximum width of 248 kilometers and is grinded by numerous islands, of which the principal group are the Orkney and the Shetland islands to the north and the Hebrides to the west.

P2: The total area of Scotland is 78,800 square kilometers, representing 32% of the area of Britain. The coastline, including that of the islands, measures some 10,100 kilometers.

^ P1: Scotland is a land of scenic beauty <Рисунок 2>. The dramatic Highlands with their snow-capped mountains, wooded glens and shining lochs gradually give way to the meandering salmon rivers, rich farmlands and picturesque villages of the Lowlands <Рисунок 3> .

P2: The climate of Scotland is mild and wet in the west and a little colder and less wet in the east. The warm Atlantic currents keep the western coast mild in the winter. The Highlands have heavy snowfalls.

P1: Scotland can be divided into three geographical regions: The Southern Uplands, the Central Lowlands and the Highlands. The Southern Uplands are sparsely populated moorland; the Central Lowlands is where most of the population lives and where the main cities are situated; the Highlands is the most beautiful and mountainous part.

P2: The main industries of the Highlands are forestry, fishing and tourism. The main industries of the Central Lowlands used to be coal mining and heavy industry, but these declined in the 1980s. Fortunately, oil and gas were discovered in the North Sea in the 1970s. Other important products are whisky and woolen goods < Рисунок 4>.

^ P1: Scotland has two languages: English and Gaelic, their own flag <Рисунок 5>, their own patron saint – St. Andrew <Рисунок 6> and their own symbol. Now we want you to name the symbol of Scotland (rose, daffodil, thistle and shamrock). (Изображение цветов на проекторе. Смотри <Рисунок 7>)

What flower is the symbol of Scotland? – The Scottish thistle is.

P2: Yes, you are right. For Scotland, the thistle has been the national emblem since it was adopted by King James the third, in the 15th century. There is a legend that, in the 8th century, an army of invading Danes were creeping up at night to attack Stirling castle <Рисунок 8>, the ancient seat of the Scottish kings. The Scots sentries had no idea that an enemy was close until one of the barefoot Danish raiders stepped on a thistle and let out a yell of pain. The noise alerted the Scots, who rushed out of the castle and defeated the Danes in the battle that followed.

 

P1: The national dress of Scots is the kilt, which was originally worn by men. It is a skirt with a lot of folds <Рисунок 9>. The wearing of tartans (coloured checks) <Рисунок 10> is traditional in Scotland. Originally, the tartan was worn as a long piece of cloth thrown over the shoulders, two yards wide and four yards long. It was held at the waist by a belt, and it was fastened at the shoulder by a brooch. Because this garment had no pockets, a bag made of goatskin was worn. It was suspended from the belt and was worn at the front. This bag was known as a “sporran”. Gradually, the single garment has been replaced by two separate garments: a jacket and a “kilt”. The sporran is still worn, along with tartan socks and a special sort of cap. At the beginning of the 18th century the kilt became popular.

P2: The word “clan” means “family” and the great clans of the 16th and 17th centuries were really like big families, ruled by powerful chiefs. Sometimes there were battles between different clans but nowadays the McDonalds, the McKenzies and the Campbells all live in peace with each other.

P1: Many people in Scotland have the name McDonald or McKenzie. “Mac” means “son of” and people with this name usually feel they belong to the same family or clan. Common boys` names are Angus, Donald or Duncan, and girls` names are Morag, Fiona or Jean.

^ P2: The things people usually associate with Scotland are haggis, bagpipes, Burns and single malt.

Haggis <Рисунок 11> is the national dish which is not to everyone’s taste thanks to its seemingly unenticing composition of sheep’s stomach, innards, suet and oatmeal.

A bagpipe is the national instrument which is made up of the bag, the drone and the melody pipe, or chanter <Рисунок 12>.

^ P1: Robert Burns <Рисунок 13> is the national poet of the 18th century who sang the praises not only of that dish – haggis, but of his native country’s scenery and about his feelings of love. Robert Burns (1759 – 1796) is considered Scotland’s greatest poet. Best known for his feeling description of country life and for satires against the political and religious hypocrisy of the day, Burns wrote much of his poetry in his broad Scots dialect. The eldest child of William and Agnes Burns, Robert was born in Ayrshire and lived a life of hard labor and poverty as he struggled with his father to make a series of poor farms productive. By 1786, with his father dead, and more failed farms to the family credit, Burns nearly emigrated to Jamaica. His first volume of poetry, however, was published that year to great acclaim, and Burns became the darling of Edinburgh.

P2: And now we would like to represent his magnificent poem “A Red, Red Rose”

 

O, my love is like a red, red rose Till all the seas go dry, my deer,

That’s newly sprung in June: And the rocks melt with the sun!

O, my love is like the melody And I will love thee still, my deer,

That’s sweetly played in tune! While the sands of life shall run.

 

 

As fair art thou, my bonny lass, And fare thee well, my only love,

So deep in love am I, And fare thee well a while!

And I will love thee still, my deer, And I will come again, my love,

Till all the seas go dry. Though it were ten thousand mile!

 

На экране стихотворение на русском языке в переводе Якова Фельдмана <Рисунок 14>:

 

Ах роза, роза красная Пока гранитная скала

Июньская краса Не тает в летний зной

Любовь моя – мелодия И жизнь-песок бежит – всегда

Веселые глаза. Повсюду ты со мной.

 

Ты так мила и весела, Прощай, любимая, прощай!

А я в любви увяз, Мне так твой образ мил.

Пока моря не высохнут, И я вернусь к тебе из-за

Не кончится рассказ. Ста тысяч долгих миль.

 

^ P1: Single malt whisky is distilled and matured in the Hebrides and the Highlands and drunk in the city’s pubs.

P2: If you want to discover the history and mystery of Scotland`s most famous export, visit the Scotch Whisky Centre <Рисунок 15>. Through a short and light hearted film you can discover what makes Scotch whisky unique. Adults receive a free taste of Scotch Whisky and a discount voucher for the Gift Shop. Children receive juice and a balloon. Also you can meet their resident ghost, the former Master Blender, who explains about life in the Whisky trade and lets you in on some secrets of the art of whisky blending.

P1: Here you can learn about Scotland`s Whisky producing regions, and the influences they have on different Scotch Whiskies. You`ll see the model distillery and learn about the production of Grain Whisky. Then you`ll put your nose to the test and discover how to distinguish between Malt and Grain Whisky. You also can travel back in time. Whisky barrel ride will take you through 300 years of Scotch Whisky history. Life-like figures, sounds and smells will bring this fascinating story to life <Рисунок 16>.

^ P2: There are two main cities in Scotland – Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Glasgow <Рисунок 17> with its satellite towns, forms the huge industrial heart of the Lowlands. It grew in pretty countryside into a great city, starting first in the 17th century as a major seaport to which sugar and tobacco were imported from America , then completing its development in the last 150 years with the establishment of steelwork and large docks and shipyard along the river Clyde. Glasgow with its fine buildings, excellent shopping beautiful parks, museums and art galleries attracts thousands of visitors each year from every corner of the globe. Today Glasgow is Scotlands`s largest city.

P1: Edinburgh`s natural situation and classical architecture gained it the title “Athens of the North”. Built mostly of an attractive sandstone, in a dramatic setting of firth, sea and rolling hills, its unique character has made it one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Edinburgh has everything. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland, the world`s first City of Literature, it has two World Heritage sites and is home to the world`s biggest annual cultural gathering – the Edinburgh International Festival. On most evenings during the Festival which takes place each year in late August and early September there are as many as six events to choose from on the official programme: symphony concerts, ballets, plays, recitals – all given by the finest artists in the world.

P2: If you walk around Edinburgh you can touch on history at every step. Practically every building has a tale to tell. The two most interesting parts of the city are the Old Town and the New Town. The Old Town lies between the Castle and Holyrood Palace. The Castle hangs over the city like some Disney cartoon – but it real <Рисунок 18>. The Castle , in fact, is older than the city. No one can say exactly when the first settlers came to live on the huge rock that stands high over Edinburgh. This rock is 440 feet high. Later they built here a castle that used to be a fortress and then a royal palace. It looks good in any weather but at night when it is floodlit it looks just like a castle in a fairy tale.

P1: Edinburgh Castle is the home of the Scottish Crown Jewels, the oldest royal regalia in Britain. Displayed with the crown jewels is the Stone of Destiny, the coronation stone for Scots kings. Visitors can also see the new Prisons of War experience, the giant medieval siege gun, Mons Meg, and the room where Mary Queen of Scots gave birth to James the VI and I.

P2: The Edinburgh military tattoo <Рисунок 19> takes place every August and September and is known throughout the world. For 90 minutes on five or six nights a week, 600 people perform is the square in front of the Castle. The performers play military music and march to it. At the same time as the tattoo, you can go to the famous Edinburgh festival. The festival started in 1947. Every year the best performances from all over the world are shown in Edinburgh.

P1: A line of streets which runs from the Castle to Holyrood House, is called the Royal Mile <Рисунок 20>. Holyrood House <Рисунок 21> is a big royal palace which is the residence of the Queen when she is in Edinburgh. The Palace of Holyroodhouse stands at the end of the Royal Mile <Рисунок 22> in the shadow of Arthur’s Seat. This atmospheric site is closely associated with Scotland’s rich history and is perhaps best known as the home of Mary, Queen of Scots.

P2: The historic tower apartments of Mary, Queen of Scots, steeped in intrigue and sorrow, are where she lived following her return from France in 1561. These personal, intimate rooms witnessed the murder of David Rizzio, her favourite secretary, by a group led by her Jealous husband, Lord Darnley. On a night in March 1566, a gang of nobles, led by Lord Darnley and the Earl of Morton, entered the Queen`s room by a private staircase and stabbed to death David Rizzio in her presence. Rizzio`s crimes seem to have been little more than his possessions of a quick wit and the fact that the Queen was fond of him.

P1: It was here, in 1603, that Mary`s son, James VI of Scotland, learnt that he had also become James I of England, monarch of two kingdoms. A messenger rode the 400 miles from Elizabeth I`s death-bed in Richmond Palace, Surrey, to Edinburgh in 12 hours.

Today the Royal Apartments are used by The Queen for State, ceremonial and official entertaining. And also, here you can see The Queen’s Gallery, where magnificent works of art from the Royal Collection.

P2: Walking along the Royal Mile you can visit John Knox House <Рисунок 23>. Inside this house you can learn about romantic story of John Knox and Mary Queen of Scots and about the development of Edinburgh from medieval times as illustrated in John Knox House and the surrounding closes, courtyards and gardens.

P1: The Old Town is a striking contrast to the New Town with its white and beautiful streets lined with trees. Princes Street <Рисунок24> is the most beautiful street of the New Town. It has a lot of gardens on one side and it is also Edinburgh`s popular shopping centre. Princess Street is connected with the name of the famous writer Sir Walter Scott. A monument 200 feet high rises between green trees <Рисунок 25>. They call it a poem of stone. It is the Scott Monument. Inside it there is a marble statue of the writer, and of his favourite dog.

P2: One of the most modest and yet one of the best known monuments in Edinburgh is a monument to another dog called Bobby <Рисунок 26>. The dog belonged to John Gray. When he died Bobby lived near his grave for 26 years. Later Bobby was buried near his master and his statue in the Old Town has become a symbol of devoting.

P1: But the most important and valuable worth of the country are its people – strong and proud men with brave hearts, who love their country greatly and are devoted to their Motherland to the end of their life <Рисунок 27>.




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