Євроклуб 'ЮНІОР'

 

ENGLISH CONCERT




English Concert 

      МЕТА. Сприяти здобуттю і поширенню інформації про культуру, історію та традиції європейських народів;  розвивати інтерес до вивчення англійської мови шляхом організації нестандартних комунікативних ситуацій, естетичне сприйняття дійсності; формувати навички групової роботи; виховувати повагу до традицій народу, мова якої вивчається.

 

Хід заняття

Звучить мелодія.

Привітання.

Pupil 1. Good morning!

Pupil 2. Nice to meet you!

Pupil 1.

 It’s our great pleasure to meet such an intelligent audience which creates the atmosphere of friendship, mutual understanding and cooperation. We, the students of Varva Gymnasium with extensive learning of English, wish you good luck and patience.

Pupil 2.

 “We Live To Create” is the motto and the credo of our work and life. According to the old Japanese proverb the wise person is he who gives his knowledge to following generation. Our pride is the best students of our gymnasium.

Pupil 1.

Students from our gymnasium won district English language Olympiad, and Slipchenko Olena and Maryna Reptiukh were participants of the regional Olympiad in Chernihiv and Lomaka Vitalii has got the diploma of the third degree. Our Gymnasium is rich in traditions. Just now our students want to show what they can do in English.

Pupil 2.

So, Maryna Reptiukh, the pupil of the 9th form, the winner of our district English language Olympiad and participant of the regional one will sing the song “My Heart Will Go On” from the famous film “Titanic”.

  1. Maryna Reptiukh, “My Heart Will Go On”

Pupil 1.

We believe that we have much to be proud of. We like to recite English poetry, to discus famous poets’ works etc. Let’s listen to the poem “So, We’ll Go No More A Roving” by Lord George Gordon Byron. Olena Slipchenko, the pupil of the 11th form, the winner of our district English language Olympiad and participant of the regional one will recite it.

  1. Olena Slipchenko, “So, We’ll Go No More A Roving”

I

So, we’ll go no more a roving

So late into the night,

Though the heart be still as loving,

And the moon be still as bright.

II

For the sword outwears its sheath,

And the soul wears out the breast,

And the heart must pause to breathe,

And love itself has rest.

III

Though the night was made for loving,

 And the day returns too soon,

Yet we’ll go no more a roving

By the light of the moon

 

Не ходити нам у парі

В опівнічний час,

Хоч і місяць діє чари,

Й серця жар не згас.

 

Старить шабля піхви нові,

Душа – груди. В певну мить

Настає пора й любові,

Й серцю відпочить.

 

Хай для любощів – це поле,

Ясні зорі й ночі ці,

Не гуляти вже ніколи           

Нам при місяці!

( Пер. Д. Паламарчука)

 

Pupil 1.

The pupils of the 4th form have already been studying English for 2 years.  They not only like to do it but they are also very fond of dancing. The boys of the 4-A form will perform you a modern dance “Break”.

 

  1. The boys of the 4th form, “Break”

 

Pupil 2.

Due to some specific age peculiarities little children can’t concentrate and sit still for long periods. Young learners wouldn’t mind doing physical activities during the lesson. So this is the way not to waste a single minute of precious lesson time and keep on “teaching” your pupils actively. Don’t overload your little ones, let them have a break after each activity, wake them up if they feel tired, bored or sleepy like you now. A variety of action routines, pointing rhymes, physical exercises will help you.  So the pupils of the 5th form will show you their favourite dance “Looby-Loo”.

  1. The pupils of the 5th form, “Looby-Loo”

Pupil 1.

Love is a very strong emotion and we would not be able to live without it. Love is a great feeling which gives us hope and strength, inspiration and encouragement. That’s why I suggest that we should listen to the song about love, which brightens the world around you. Vitalii Lomaka, the pupil of the 10th form, the winner of our district English language Olympiad, he, who has got the diploma of the third degree of the regional Olympiad in Chernihiv, and Tania Miroshnyk will sing “Strangers in the Night”.

5. Vitalii Lomaka and Tania Miroshnyk, “Strangers in the Night”

Pupil 2.

Every country has its customs, traditions and symbols that is something which differs this country from another one. Ukrainian people have a long and exciting history full of colourful and stirring customs and traditions. One of the most inalienable features of the Ukrainians is hospitality. They pay visits and receive guests with great delight. Since older times guests of honour were met with bread and salt. Ukrainians are also famous for their folk songs and dances throughout the world.   So the pupils of the 4th forms will perform a folk dance.

 

6. Pupils of the 4th forms, a folk dance.

Pupil 1.

Learning rhymes and singing songs is the most effective way to influence pupils’ feelings and we’ve heard a lot about it. When looking through the English textbooks for young learners, we come across a lot of new words and expressions and it’s very difficult for little children to memorize these words quickly. How to make them do it with joy? Our teachers made up their minds to do it in their own way. So to enjoy our youngest participants the pupil of the 11th form Volodymyr  Lysenko will perform them the song “Five Little Happy Dogs”.

7. Volodymyr Lysenko, “Five Little Happy Dogs”.

Pupil 2.

Do you enjoy reading? It’s not an easy question because of television and computer. But I think, you can relax with a good story, or from time to time you can take a book of poems off your shelves and read the thoughts and feelings of your favourite poets. Let’s travel to the 18th century and listen to the poem by Robert Burns “My Heart’s In The Highlands”. Vitalii Lomaka will recite it.

 

8. Vitalii Lomaka, “My Heart in the Highlands”

 

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

My heart’s in the Highlands, a-chasing a deer;

A-chasing the wild deer, and following the roe –

My heart’s in the Highlands 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 covered with snow;

Farewell to the straths and green valleys below;

Farewell to the forests and wild hanging woods;

Farewell to the torrents and loud-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.

 

Моє серце в верховині і душа моя,

Моя дума в верховині соколом буя,

Моя мрія в гори лине навздогін вітрам,

Моє серце в верховині, де б не був я сам.

Будь здорова, верховино, любий рідний край,

Честі й слави батьківщино, вольності розмай!

Хоч іду я на чужину, повернуся знов,

Моє серце в верховині і моя любов.

Прощавайте, сині гори, білії сніги,

Прощавайте, темні звори й світлії луги!

Прощавайте, пущі дикі й тіняві гаї,

Прощавайте, буйні ріки й бистрі ручаї!

Моє серце в верховині і душа моя,

Моя дума в верховині соколом буя,

Моя мрія в гори лине навздогін вітрам,

Моє серце в верховині, де б не був я сам.

Pupil 2.

I have always liked tales very much too. Do you like theatre? OK, then we’ll have a very good opportunity to visit it. You will see one of the Ukrainian folk tales “The Magic Mitten”, staged by the pupils of the    4th – A form.

9. Pupils of the 4th-A form, “The Magic Mitten”.

THE MAGIC MITTEN

                                         CHARACTERS

        Frog

        Mouse

        Rabbit

        Fox

        Wolf

        Bear

        Boar

 There was once an old man who lost his mitten. A Mouse came running up, and climbed into the mitten and sat there.

By and by a Frog came hopping up, and she stopped and called out

FROG: “Hello there! Who is living in this mitten?”

MOUSE: “I am. Crunch-Munch the Mouse. And who are you?”

FROG: “Hop-Stop the Frog. Let me in!”

MOUSE: “All right. Jump in!”

 By and by a Rabbit came scurrying up, and he stopped and called out:

RABBIT: “Hello there! Who is living in this mitten?”

ALL TOGETHER:  “We are. Crunch-Munch the Mouse and Hop-Stop the Frog. And who are you?”

RABBIT: “Fleet-Feet the Rabbit. May I join you?”

ALL TOGETHER: “All right. Jump in!”

By and by a Fox came scampering up, and he stopped and called out:

FOX: “Hello there! Who is living in this mitten?”

ALL TOGETHER: “We are. Crunch-Munch the Mouse, Hop-Stop the Frog and Fleet- Feet the Rabbit. And who are you?”

FOX: “Smily-Wily the Fox. Won’t you make room for me?”

ALL TOGETHER: “All right. Jump in!”

So there the four of them sat, and by and by a Wolf came stalking up, and he stopped and called out:

WOLF: “Hello there! Who is living in this mitten?”

ALL TOGETHER: “We are. Crunch- Munch the Mouse, Hop-Stop the Frog, Fleet-Feet the Rabbit and Smily-Wily the Fox. And who are you?”

WOLF: “Howly-Prowly the Wolf. And I mean to get in!”

 ALL TOGETHER: “All right. Go ahead!”

 By and by a Bear came lumbering up, and he growled and roared and called out:

BEAR: “Hello there! Who is living in this mitten?”

ALL TOGETHER:  “We are. Crunch-Munch the Mouse, Hop-Stop the Frog, Fleet-Feet the Rabbit, Smily-Wily the Fox and Howly-Prowly the Wolf. And who are you?”

BEAR: “Crumbly-Rumbly the Bear. And I know you’ll make room for me?”

ALL TOGETHER: “All right. Get in!”

So the Bear squeezed in too, and there the six of them sat in the mitten.

By and by a Wild Boar came sauntering up, and he stopped and called out with a grunt:

BOAR: “Hello there! Who is living in this mitten?”

ALL TOGETHER: “We are. Crunch-Munch the Mouse, Hop-Stop the Frog, Fleet-Feet the Rabbit, Smily-Wily the Fox, Howly-Prowly the Wolf and Crumbly-Rumbly the Bear. And who are you?”

BOAR: “Snout-Rout the Boar. And I’m sure you want me too.”

ALL TOGETHER: “All right. Climb in!”

 So the Boar squeezed in, and there the seven of them sat in the mitten.

By and by a hunter came walking up. He saw the mitten move, and bang! – he fired his gun. The mitten burst, and away helter-skelter ran the seven friends.

Pupil 1.

Our party is coming to the end. But there is something else left. Let’s sing and dance one of our youngest children’s favourite English songs “Ducklings” If you want, sing with them and repeat their movements.

10. Pupils of the 4th-A form, “Ducklings”

 Ducklings

(a song with dancing movements to the music of “ Утята”)

One and two and three and four,

We are dancing on the floor,

We are dancing on the floor.

Clap, clap, clap, clap.

 

We are playing with the hands.

Look at our smiling face,

Look at our smiling face.

Clap, clap, clap, clap.

 

We can jump the rope,

We can skate and ski.

We are strong and happy,

As only children can happy be.

 

Pupil 2.

We hope that coming generation will develop the existing traditions.

The best and the only one

Opens doors to everyone

Making our dreams come true

We really love you

Pupil 1.

Your second home, we should say,

Here children work and play

Learning foreign language

 HOW WONDERFUL IT IS!



Создан 04 июн 2012



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