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MERRYCHRISTMAS!(Сценарий праздника-конкурса)
School Theatre

Я работаю в обычной школе, но в классах с углублённым изучением английского языка. Главным в своей работе считаю развитие и поддержание интереса к своему предмету. Я стараюсь использовать различные приёмы, формы, методы, с помощью которых изучение английского языка становится интересным и увлекательным.

Проведение праздников, конкурсов, вызывают огромный интерес у школьников. В данной статье я хочу рассказать об одном из таких праздников.

Участниками праздника-конкурса являются как отдельные учащиеся, так и команды от классов.

Перед праздником дети и родители готовили сувениры, подарки, открытки, читали о празднике в газетах, журналах, книгах; знакомились с традициями проведения этого праздника в Англии и США; учили стихи, песни, украшали кабинет. Ученики 3 “Б” класса подготовили сценку о Санта Клаусе и эльфах. На праздник пригласили родителей, гостей из Америки и Канады, которые также организовали игры-конкурсы. Участники праздника получали фанты за каждый конкурс, а победители получили сладкие медали и рождественские сувениры. У нас остался видеофильм об этом весёлом Рождестве. Вести праздник помогали ученики 11 класса.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Сценарий праздника-конкурса

Teacher: Dear children and guests! On the 25th of December people celebrate Christmas – a beautiful holiday, which is loved by children and adults; when everything is decorated with lights and toys; when we see Christmas trees everywhere; when people buy presents and cook special food, send cards and have parties! And we’ll celebrate this holiday now!

I want to introduce our guests: meet Andrew – he is from USA – and Heather – she is from Canada. Your parents have also come to us. Elena Ivanovna – a teacher of English, will help me, and the girls from the 11th form will help me too.

Today we’ll have an English contest – all the tasks will be connected with Christmas. We’ll play games, sing songs, recite poems – so I hope that we’ll enjoy this holiday, and have a good time.

So I wish you good luck! Everyone will get a forfeit for the best result in each competition, and at the end we’ll see who is the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places, which group is better, and of course you’ll get presents.

Let’s start!

We’ve learnt a song about Christmas. Let’s sing it!

Children sing a song “Merry Christmas, everyone!” by Shaken Steavens from the album “Enjoy listening and learning”.

Teacher: Christmas begins with cards. Some of you also have prepared Christmas cards. All of you, who drew them, got forfeits. We decided to give additional forfeits for the best cards.

The children prepared Christmas cards beforehand, they were displayed in the classroom on the walls and everybody saw them.

Contest 1:

I’ll show you groups of words. In each group there is a word which does not go with others. Find this word, please!

1. Turkey, goose, pudding, nuts, oranges, pears, eggs.

2. Sleigh, Santa Claus, snow-flake, winter, Christmas tree, butterfly.

3. Christmas, pudding, turkey, cracker, tinsel, sleigh, wreath, Easter.

4. Tinsel, bulb, stocking, mistletoe, gift, sleigh, holly, jelly, decorate.

Game 1:

“Pin the Tail on the Donkey.” Let’s play a little. Here is a Donkey, but it has no tail.

Everybody has a chance to pin the tail on the Donkey. It’s not so easy, because you cannot see – you have a scarf over your eyes. The person who puts the tail to the right place is the winner.

Game 2:

“The Field of Wonders.” I’ll give you one verb – I’ll write it on the blackboard. You must make up sentences with this verb in the right tense form – insert it in the empty squares.

Here are the squares on the blackboard and each of you will get a piece of paper with such a field. Who wants to play this game – take a “field” (a piece of paper), please!

Game 3:

“Pass the Parcel”: here is something wrapped in a lot of the papers. You’ll stand in a circle and pass the parcel to the person next to you. There is music playing. When the music stops, you take off one of the papers. Then music starts again. The person who takes the last piece off wins the prize.

Children play the game “Pass the Parcel”.

Contest 2:

Now I’ll give you one word. You must in a minute’s time write as many words as possible with the letters of this word. Take pieces of paper! Take pens, pencils. Be ready. Look at this word – “Poinsettia”! Start, please!

Game 4:

You know that children get presents from the socks or stockings. You must guess what presents are in them. If you are right then you’ll take the presents, who wants to play?

We have presents – apples, pears, candies, nuts etc. – in three socks hanging over the “fire-place”.

Teacher: There are a lot of poems about Christmas. I know that some of you have learnt them. If you want to recite it – do, please!

Children recite poems about Christmas.

You know that Christmas is connected with presents. The pupils of the 3rd form prepared you a present too – the play about Santa Claus. Please, my dears, act!

Contest 3:

It is a tradition with English children to have the following contest. That is why I’ll give you one word – “Christmas”, and you are to speak for a minute about it without a break. If you stop, you’ll loose this contest. Who wants to begin?

Children speak about Christmas one after another for one minute only.

Game 5:

Here are apples and water. You must catch the apple without using hands in a bowl of water.

Contest 4:

Now you’ll listen to the descriptions of some holidays recorded on the tape. I’ll give you pieces of paper and the names of the holidays. You can see the squares near them. While listening write the number of each text. (The text is from the book In Britain.)

Contest 5:

Let’s guess the riddles about Christmas!

Riddles:

1. It is a holiday which is celebrated on the 25th of December. (Christmas)

2. It is an old man who comes from the North Pole on his sledge and brings presents to everybody at Christmas. (Santa Claus)

3. It is decorated with lights, and toys, and tinsel, and it is in all the houses and in squares. (Green tree)

4. It is a thing which is very dear to children at Christmas, as they find presents in it in the morning. (Stocking)

5. It is a traditional meal which people cook for Christmas party. They think that if they all take part in mixing it, they will be happy. (Pudding)

6. It is a thing which people hang on the door of the house or a flat. (Wreath)

Teacher: So it’s time to finish our party! I want to tell you the results of our contest. (All the winners get presents – sweets, chocolate medals.)

Let me thank our guests. Merry Christmas, dears! I wish you good health, good luck! Here are small presents for everybody! Thank you!

Every participant gets a present – a cracker with chocolate.

Макарова Л.Б.
г. Орёл, школа №18

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