Конспект воспитательного мероприятия
Тема: “Happy chance game”
Цели: познавательная: углубление знаний о знаменитых людях, традициях.
Развивающая: развитие познавательных интересов, мышления, догадки.
Воспитательная: воспитание толерантного отношения к иноязычной культуре, уважительное отношение к своей.
Оборудование: интерактивная доска, карточки, картинки с достопримечательностями.
Teacher (T): Good afternoon, children! Today we are going to play "A Lucky Chance Game". Two teams will take part in it and there'll be three games. Game I is called "Go on!" The task is to answer the questions at high speed. If you don't know or don't remember the answer, you should say "Go on!", as your time is limited.
(Решить, сколько минут отвечает каждая команда.) Team captains, come here to determine the order your team will be asking. Our referees are .... They will count the number of the right answers. Every right answer gives one point to your team.
Teacher: Game II is called "Tricks from the box". I've got a box full of cards with descriptions English famouse people. Team captains, come here to choose one card. The task is to guess: Who are they? You'll get one point for right answer. Besides, there is a "Lucky chance" card. A "Lucky chance" card will give your team an extra 5 points added to your score.
Game 3 is called “Traditions”. Look at first. (показать блины). What is it? Do you like it? When do Russian people eat it? But what about British people.
When do they eat pancakes?
- Yes, on this day in England families usually have pancakes for dinner. At schools the children and teachers have pancakes for school dinner, and in restaurants customs ask for pancakes too. Do you know that in England people not only eat them but race with them
Another tradition is the Pancake fight when a cook tosses a pancake high into the air. The boys fight for the pancake. The winner is the boy who gets the biggest piece of the pancake.
Second tradition Christmas Day . Answer the questions .
When is Christmas Day celebrated ?
What traditions are associated with Christmas Day?
The third. Read the description and guess the thing.
This strange ceremony takes place every night and is 700 years old! Locking a door or a gate seems "to be a simple thing. Not, however, if the gates are of the Tower of London. At 21.53 the Chief Warder of the Tower, carrying a lantern and the…, meets the Escort of the ….. They march to the various gates and lock them ceremonially. But at the Bloody Tower the party is stopped by a sentry with the words: 'Halt! Who comes there?' (as if he wouldn't know after 700 years.)
'Advance Queen Elizabeth's…..'
'God preserve Queen Elizabeth.'
And the ….are carried to the Governor of the Tower for the night.
What thing is this ceremony connected with?
Last task. You should complete the crossword. Each team will be given one and the same crossword connected with British traditions and customs.