Євроклуб 'ЮНІОР'

 

English Concert




Pupil 1. Good morning, dear guests!

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 lack and patience.

Pupil 2.    "We Live To Create" is the motto and 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 Olympiads and were participants of the regional Olympiads, and this year Maryna Reptiukh has got the diploma of the third degree. She also got the diploma of the first degree at the competition of scientific-research works at the Mala Academiia of Sciences in Chernihiv and became the winner of the contest. So, in April Maryna Reptiukh will represent our gymnasium in Kyiv at the All-Ukrainian contest of scientific-research works.

 Pupil 2.  Our Gymnasium is rich in traditions. Just now our students want to show what they can do in English. So, now the pupil of the 10th  form Victoria Khalamei will sing you the song "My Heart Will Go On" from the famous film 'Titanic".

(1.Victoria Khalamei "My Heart Will Go On")

Every night in my dreams
I see you. I feel you.
That is how I know you go on.

 
Far across the distance
And spaces between us
You have come to show you go on.

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you're here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

Love can touch us one time
And last for a lifetime
And never go till we're one

Love was when I loved you
One true time I hold to
In my life we'll always go on

Near, far, wherever you are
I believe that the heart does go on
Once more you open the door
And you're here in my heart
And my heart will go on and on

There is some love that will not
go away

You're here, there's nothing I fear,
And I know that my heart will go on
We'll stay forever this way
You are safe in my heart
And my heart will go on and on


Pupil 1. We believe that we have much to be proud of. We like to recite English poetry, to discuss famous poets' works, etc. Let's listen to the poem "The Arrow And the Song" by Henry Longfellow. Iryna Vorozhbyt, the pupil of the 9th form, the winner of our district English language Olympiad and the participant of the regional one will recite it.

(2. Iryna Vorozhbyt  "The Arrow And the Song")The Arrow and the Song

I shot an arrow into the air,

It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For, so swiftly it flew, the sight
Could not follow it in its flight.

I breathed a song into the air,
It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For who has sight so keen and strong,
That it can follow the flight of song?

Long, long afterward, in an oak
I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end,
I found again in the heart of a friend.


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 if. You will see one of the Ukrainian folk tales "The Turnip", staged by the pupils of the second form. They have just begun to learn English but they are rather good at it.

(3. Pupils of the 2"" form, "The Turnip")

The Enormous Turnip – A Play

Characters:

Mr Johnson

Mrs Lizzie Johnson

Ben Johnson

Katie Johnson

Pip the dog

Lola the cat

The white mouse

4 Narrators

Scene 1

(It is night time. Mr Johnson is standing in his beautiful garden. He is looking at a seed which he has in the palm of his hand. He bends down and plants the seed in the earth. Then he yawns and goes into the house.)

Narrator 1. Mr Johnson has got a big garden. There are flowers and fruit trees in the garden. There are vegetables under the trees.

Narrator 2. Mr Johnson has got a seed. It’s a small turnip seed. He puts the seed into the earth and goes to bed.

Narrator 3. In the night the turnip grows and grows and grows. It grows very, very big.

Narrators 1, 2 and 3. It is ENORMOUS!

Scene 2

(The following morning Mr Johnson is in his garden. The turnip has grown during the night and now it is enormous. He is standing, proudly, with his hand on the turnip stroking it’s smooth skin.)

Narrator 4. In the morning Mr Johnson is in the garden. He puts his hand on the enormous turnip.

Mr Johnson. What a wonderful, enormous turnip!

(Mr Johnson tries to pull the turnip out of the earth. He stops, it’s too difficult for him to pull our alone.)

Narrator 1.  Mr Johnson pulls the turnip but… nothing happens! He pulls and he pulls and he pulls. But… nothing happens!

Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4. The turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson calls his wife. Mrs Johnson is digging in the garden. She stops work and goes to her husband.)

Narrator 2. Mr Johnson calls his wife, Lizzie.

Mr Johnson. Come here, Lizzie. Come and help me. This turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson holds the leaves of the turnip. Mrs Johnson holds Mr Johnson round his waist and they both pull.)

Narrator 3. Mr Johnson and his wife Lizzie pull and pull and pull. But … nothing happens!

Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4. The turnip is too big!

(Mr and Mrs Johnson stop pulling, Mr Johnson sits down, they can’t pull up the turnip alone. Mr Johnson sees his son Ben sitting on the wall watching them. Mr Johnson calls Ben. Ben jumps off the wall and goes to help.)

Narrator 4. Mr Johnson calls his son, Ben.

Mr Johnson. Come here, Ben. Come and help us. This turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson holds the leaves of the turnip. Mrs Johnson holds Mr Johnson round his waist, Ben holds his mother’s apron strings and they all pull but the turnip stays firmly in the earth. They all fall down and Mrs Johnson goes into the house for a jug of water, everyone is very hot and thirsty.)

Narrator 1. Mr Johnson, his wife Lizzie and his son Ben pull and pull and pull. But … nothing happens!

Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4. The turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson sees his daughter Katie on the other side of the wall, he calls for her to come and help. She jumps over the wall and goes to help.)

Narrator 2. Mr Johnson calls his daughter, Katie.

Mr Johnson. Come here, Katie. Come and help us. This turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson holds the leaves of the turnip. Mrs Johnson holds Mr Johnson round his waist, Ben holds his mother’s apron strings, Katie holds the back Ben’s jacket and they all pull but the turnip stays firmly in the earth.)

Narrator 3. Mr Johnson, his wife Lizzie, his son Ben and his daughter Katie pull and pull and pull. But… nothing happens!

Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4. The turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson sees his dog Pip sitting under a tree. He calls and Pip comes to help.)

Narrator 4. Mr Johnson calls his dog, Pip.

Mr Johnson. Come here, Pip. Come and help us. This turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson holds the leaves of the turnip. Mrs Johnson holds Mr Johnson round his waist, Ben holds his mother’s apron strings, Katie holds the back Ben’s jacket, Pip holds the hem of Katie’s dress in his teeth and they all pull but the turnip stays firmly in the earth. Everyone is exhausted.)

Narrator 1.  Mr Johnson, his wife Lizzie, his son Ben, his daughter Katie and his dog Pip pull and pull and pull. But… nothing happens!

Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4. The turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson sees his cat Lola sitting on the wall. He calls her and she comes to help.)

Narrator 2. Mr Johnson calls his cat, Lola.

Mr Johnson. Come here, Lola. Come and help us. This turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson holds the leaves of the turnip. Mrs Johnson holds Mr Johnson round his waist, Ben holds his mother’s apron strings, Katie holds the back Ben’s jacket, Pip holds the hem of Katie’s dress in his teeth Lola holds Pip’s tail in her teeth and they all pull but the turnip stays firmly in the earth.)

Narrator 3. Mr Johnson, his wife Lizzie, his son Ben, his daughter Katie, his dog Pip and his cat Lola pull and pull and pull. But… nothing happens!

Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4. The turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson sees a little white mouse sitting under the tree. He calls the mouse and asks her to come and help.)

Narrator 4. A little white mouse is under the apple tree. The little mouse looks at Mr Johnson and his family.

Narrator 1. Mr Johnson calls the mouse.

Mr Johnson. Come here, little white mouse. Come and help us. This turnip is too big!

(Mr Johnson holds the leaves of the turnip. Mrs Johnson holds Mr Johnson round his waist, Ben holds his mother’s apron strings, Katie holds the back Ben’s jacket, Pip holds the hem of Katie’s dress in his teeth Lola holds Pips tail in her teeth, the little white mouse holds Lola’s tail with her front paws and they all pull until the turnip pops out of the earth. They all fall down laughing!)

Narrator 2. Mr Johnson, his wife Lizzie, his son Ben, his daughter Katie, his dog Pip, his cat Lola and the little mouse pull and pull and pull and…

Narrators 1, 2, 3 and 4. POP! The enormous turnip comes out of the earth!

Mrs Johnson. Come and help me cook this wonderful, enormous turnip!

Scene 3

(Everyone is now in the kitchen sitting at the table eating and enjoying the delicious turnip.)

Narrator 3. She goes into the house with Mr Johnson, her son Ben, her daughter Katie, her dog Pip, her cat Lola and the little white mouse.

Narrator 4. Mr Johnson, Ben, Katie, Pip, Lola and the little white mouse help Mrs Johnson cook the enormous turnip.

Narrator 1. Mr Johnson, Mrs Johnson, Ben, Katie, Pip, Lola and the little white mouse eat the enormous turnip.

Mr Johnson, Mrs Johnson, Ben, Katie, Pip, Lola and the little white mouse. This turnip is delicious!

Pupil 1. The pupils of the 6th form have already been studying English for 5 years. They not only like to do it but they are also very fond of dancing. The girls of the 6ih form will perform you a modern dance.

(4. The girls of the 6th form, "Dance")

Pupil 2. 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. Alia Yushchenko, the pupil of the 11th form, will sing the song "I Will Always Love You".

(5.Alia Yushchenko, "I Will Always Love You")

If I should stay,
I would only be in your way.
So I'll go but I know I'll think of you
every step of the way.

And I will always love you.
Will always love you.

You, my darling you. Mmmm.

Bittersweet memories,
That is all I'm taking with me.
So goodbye, please don't cry.
We both know I'm not what you, you need.

And I will always love you.
I will always love you.

I hope life treats you kind,
And I hope you have
All you've dreamed of.
And I wish you joy
And happiness.
But above all this, I wish you love.

And I will always love you.
I will always love you...
I will always love you...

Pupil 1.   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 you shelves and read the thoughts and feelings of your favourite poems. Let's listen to the poem "If I Had Some Magic". Alina Mykhno, the pupil of the 11th form will recite it.

(6. Alina Mykhno, "If I Had Some Magic")

Pupil 2.  Our pupils like to read English stories very much. At our Gymnasium wehave special English lessons of Home Reading, where our pupils read different texts and stories of different English and American writers and then discuss them together with the teacher. And they even try to act some of these stories. So, now you will see some funny story "Tom does not want to go to school"; it's an extract from the novel of the famous American writer Mark Twain "The Advantages of Tom Sawyer". The pupils of the 7th form will stage it.

(7. Pupils of the 7fh form, "Tom does not want to go to school")

Pupil 1. A good song is always a good rest. There are such songs that are always listened to with great interest and are liked by both teenagers and grown-ups, in spite of the fact they were written many years ago. One of such songs is the song "The Wind of Change" by group "Scorpions". Today you will listen to this song performed by Maryna Reptiukh, the pupil of the 11th form and the best learner of English of our Gymnasium.

(8. Maryna Reptiukh, "The Wind of Change")

I follow the Moskva
Down to Gorky Park
Listening to the wind of change

An august summer night
Soldiers passing by
Listening to the wind of change

The world is closing in
Did you ever think
That we could be so closed like brothers

The future's in the air
I can feel it everywhere
Blowing with the wind of change

Take me to the magic of the moment
On a glory night
Where the children of tomorrow
Dream away in the wind of change

Walking down the street
Distant memories
Are buried in the past forewer

I follow the Moskva
Down to Gorky Park
Listening to the wind of change

Take me to the magic of the moment
On a glory night
Where the children of tomorrow
Share their dreams with you and me

Take me to the magic of the moment
On a glory night
Where the children of tomorrow
Dream away in the wind of change

The wind of change blows straight to the face of time
Like a stormwind that will ring
A freedom bell for peace of mind
Let your balalaika say
What my guitar want to sing

Take me to the magic of the moment
On a glory night
Where the children of tomorrow
Share their dreams with you and me

Take me to the magic of the moment
On a glory night
Where the children of tomorrow
Dream away in the wind of change
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 activity. Don't overload your little ones, let them have a break after each activity, wake them up if they feel tired, bored or sleepy. A variety of action routines, pointing rhymes, physical exercises will help you. So, the pupils of the 4th form will recite you rhymes about their favourite animals.

(9. Pupils of the 4th form, "Rhymes about animals")

Pupil 1.  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 hospitability. They pay visits and receive guests with great delight. Since older times guests of honour were met with bread and salt. Ukrainians were also famous for their folk songs and dances throughout the world. So, the girls from the 6th form will perform a folk dance for you.

(10. Girls of the 6th form, "Folk Dance")

Pupil 2. We are proud not only of our pupils but also of our school-leavers. Many of them graduate from higher educational establishments and are very good at their jobs. Some of them return to Varva to work and live in their native town. But they don't forget our Gymnasium and of ten come to visit it. So, now our school-leaver of the year 2003 Shchyhlov Yevgenii will sing you a song "Yesterday".

(11. Yevgenii Shchyhlov, "Yesterday")

Yesterday,
All my troubles seemed so far away
Now it looks as though they're here to stay
Oh, I believe in yesterday

Suddenly,
I'm not half the man I used to be
There's a shadow hanging over me
Oh, yesterday came suddenly

Why she had to go I don't know,
She wouldn't say
I said something wrong,
Now I long for yesterday

Yesterday,
Love was such an easy game to play
Now I need a place to hide away
Oh, I believe in yesterday

Why she had to go I don't know,
She wouldn't say
I said something wrong,
Now I long for yesterday

Yesterday,
Love was such an easy game to play
Now I need a place to hide away
Oh, I believe in yesterday

Pupil 1.   Our pupils are good at many different kinds of activities at the English

lessons. They like to speak English, to make up their own dialogues in English, to sing English songs and some of them are fond of reciting English poems. Now the pupil of the 10th form Maryna Veklenko will recite you a poem "What Is This life?" And you will see she is really good at it.

(12. Maryna Veklenko, "What Is This Life?")

What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare.
No time to stand beneath the boughs
And stare as long as sheep or cows.
No time to see, when woods we pass,
Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass.
No time to see, in broad daylight,
Streams full of stars, like skies at night.
No time to turn at Beauty's glance,
And watch her feet, how they can dance.
No time to wait till her mouth can
Enrich that smile her eyes began.
A poor life this if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare.

Pupil 2. Sometimes we, grown-up people, want to return to our childhood again

and become the children at least for some minutes. Now we'll give you a chance to imagine yourselves children again watching the fairy-tale "Peter and His Friends" staged by the pupils of the 7th form.

(13. Pupils of the 7th form, "Peter and His Friends")

Pupil 1.  Our pupils like to listen to modern songs sung by many famous foreign

singers. And they even try to sing these songs themselves. Listen to the famous song of the famous singer Madonna "You'll See" performed by the pupil of the 9'h form Khort Natalia.

(14. Natalia Khort, "You'll See")

You think that I can't live without your love
You'll see,
You think I can't go on another day.
You think I have nothing
Without you by my side,
You'll see
Somehow, some way

You think that I can never laugh again
You'll see,
You think that you destroyed my faith in love.
You think after all you've done
I'll never find my way back home,
You'll see
Somehow, someday

[Chorus:]

All by myself
I don't need anyone at all
I know I'll survive
I know I'll stay alive,
All on my own
I don't need anyone this time
It will be mine
No one can take it from me
You'll see

You think that you are strong, but you are weak
You'll see,
It takes more strength to cry, admit defeat.
I have truth on my side,
You only have deceit
You'll see, somehow, someday

[Chorus2:]

All by myself
I don't need anyone at all
I know I'll survive
I know I'll stay alive,
I'll stand on my own
I won't need anyone this time
It will be mine
No one can take it from me
You'll see

You'll see, you'll see
You'll see, mmmm, mmmm

Pupil 2. Learning rhymes and singing songs is the most effective way to influencepupils' feelings and we've heard 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. They do it with the help of many different rhymes which the young learners like very much. So, listen to the rhymes recited by our young learners of English, the pupils of the third form.

(15. Pupils of the third form "Rhymes".)

Pupil 1.  Now it's just the time to listen to a good song. I think nobody will mind

doing it, taking into account that this is the song of the famous and legendary group "Beatles" and it is called "Girl". The pupil of the 9th  form, Olha Yurchenko, will sing it for you.

(16. Olha Yurchenko, "Girl")

Pupil 2. 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.

(17. pupils of the 4th form, "Ducklings")

Pupil 1. 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 2. Your second home, we should say,

Here children work and play.

Learning foreign languages

Together: HOW WONDERFUL IT IS !!!

Pupil 1. Good-bye, everyone!

Pupil 2. Thank you for attention!



Создан 25 янв 2016



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