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воспитывать толерантность и уважение к культуре стран изучаемого языка;
познакомить учащихся с жизнью и творчеством Вильяма Шекспира, с произведениями других поэтов;
развивать интерес к поэтическим произведениям стран изучаемого языка; Совершенствовать навыки выразительного рассказывания стихотворений. Развивать лексико-грамматические навыки, навыки аудирования;
формировать языковую догадку, совершенствовать навыки фонетики;
Оборудование: портреты писателей и поэтов, их произведения, дипломы для поощрения лучших чтецов, фильм
Teacher: Good morning, boys and girls!
Good morning now.
Wake, body, wake, mind!
Work, play, seek, find,
Eat breakfast, dinner too,
Wash, brush, sing, dance, and do!
Good morning now.
I’m sure you like to read. It’s natural that reading is very important because first of all it expends our mind. It can also help you to solve a lot of life problems, to learn more about other countries of the world and other peoples.
Pupil: I’d like to add that sometimes reading books is the most perfect way to relax and to spend free time in a useful way. And besides I’m sure people never bored while reading. Of course a lot of people prefer reading as on the one hand they want to be in the know of everything. But on the other hand only books can captivate you with their thrilling plot and make you be impressed by it for a long time.
Teacher: You are learning English and I believe you are all interested to know more about English-speaking countries and their famous people, some of the well-known writers and poets among them. Is British literature really rich?
Pupil: Yes, no doubt. British literature is very rich. It is associated with the names of such great writers and poets as Robert Burns, Thomas Hardy, George Eliot, William Shakespeare, etc.
I offer you a short educational video film about William Shakespeare. It is entitled «In the land of Shakespeare».
(The text of the film)
Today as well as many centuries ago Shakespeare’s plays are staged at the theatres all over the world. His role in the development of English literature and world culture is really great.
There is a small town in England not far from London. This is Stratford-upon-Avon. It is known all over the world as the birthplace of Shakespeare. The great writer was born there more than 400 years ago on the 20 of April, 1564.
People of Stratford take care of the house where Shakespeare was born. Now it is a museum. The rooms in the house look just the same as 400 years ago. Here is his armchair…, his library. Shakespeare got his education at Stratford grammar school. This is how school rooms looked at that time.
In these pictures you can see Stratford at the time of Shakespeare. It was a small provincial town.
And from time to time actors from London came to Stratford. They performed right in the streets and squares and Shakespeare enjoyed their performances. At that time possibly young Shakespeare decided to become an actor. His dream came true when at the age of 21 he became to London.
In 1599 Shakespeare began to work at the theatre which was then called “The Globe”/ many brilliant actors played there together with him. Shakespeare wrote plays himself. And soon became a famous dramatist.
He knew the stage well. That helped him to write his most wonderful plays, the great tragedies “King Lear”, “Othello”, “Romeo and Juliet”, historical dramas and funny merry comedies.
Shakespeare spent the last years of his life in Stratford/ He died in 1916 on the 23 of April and was buried in the church on the bank of the Avon.
The birthday of Shakespeare is now celebrated every year. People from al over the world come to Stratford to the grave of Shakespeare. They come to his monument. They honour the memory of the world famous writer.
Teacher : Well, boys and girls, you have just seen a short video film about William Shakespeare’s birthplace. And I want you now to ask each other questions about it.
Today you will recite some English poems and find out who can do it very well. I’d like to begin our competition reciting 33 William Shakespeare Sonnet.
Full many a glorious morning have I seen
Flatter the mountain tops with sovereign eye,
Kissing with golden face the meadows green,
Gilding pale streams with heavenly alcumy,
Anon permit the basest clouds to ride
With ugly rack on his celestial face,
And from the forlorn world his visage hide,
Stealing unseen to west with this disgrace:
Even so my sun one early morn did shine
With all triumphant splendor on my brow;
But out alack, he was but one hour mine,
The region cloud hath masked him from me now.
Yet him for this my love no whit disdaineth:
Suns of the world may stain, when heaven's sun staineth.
Для оценивания выступлений можно создать жюри, которое подводит итоги в конце конкурса. Учащиеся заранее готовят стихотворения для чтения наизусть на свой выбор. Учитель готовит дипломы для поощрения лучших чтецов.
I love all kinds of animals
Dogs and cats and rabbits.
I love all kinds of animals,
Despite their little habits.
If I had tons of money,
D’you know what I would do?
I would buy lots of animals
And I have my own zoo.
But they wouldn’t be in cages,
They would be free to run around.
And there’s one thing they could feel
And that is safe and sound.
And there are many other balls
We find at pleasure’s source -
The croquet-ball, the hockey-ball.
The skittle-ball, lacrosse,
And smaller balls, the marble balls,
And bearing balls, of course.
The earth’s a ball, on which we play,
With other balls in sight,
The ball of gold that plays by day,
The silver ball by night.
And all the stars, for what are they
But balls of golden light?
Alfred H. Miles
The sun descending in the west,
The evening star does shine,
The birds are silent in the nest,
And I must seek for mine.
The moon like a flower,
In heaven’s high bower,
With silent delight
Sits and smiles on the night.
The wonderful world
Great, wide, beautiful wonderful world,
With the wonderful water round you curled,
And the wonderful grass upon your breast -
World, you are , beautifully dressed!
The wonderful air is over me,
And the wonderful wind is shaking the tree -
It walks on the river, and whirls the mills.
And talks to itself on the top of the hills.
William Brightly Rands
Little girl, little girl,
Where have you been?
I’ve been to see grandmother
Over the green.
What did she give you?
Milk in a can.
What did you say for it?
Thank you, grandma.
По тропинке мчится
Где же ты была?
«Бабушку любимую навещала я.
Угощала бабушка сладким пирогом
И парным коровьим вкусным молоком.
Милую бабулю очень я люблю,
Добрыми словами всегда благодарю»
Перевод стихотворения был выполнен Шлипп Еленой, ученицей 6 класса.
Teacher: You have recited the poems very well. Now it’s time to choose the best pupil.
Предоставляется слово жюри. Учитель награждает дипломами победителей конкурса чтецов и рассказывает с учениками стихотворение для прощания.
Sometimes you say “Hello!”
Because the bell has gone,
And every day you say
“Good day, good day, good day”.
It’s time to say “Good – bye”,
Good - bye, my children, bye.