Презентация "Holidays" 7 класс


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HOLIDAYS

HOLIDAYS

a poem

  • Mama loves coffee
  • Papa loves tea
  • I love my teachers
  • And my teachers love me

NEW WORDS

  • Divide the words into 3 categories:
  • Thanksgiving Day, roast turkey,trick, pumpkin pie, knock, New Year,
  • dress up, celebrate, decorate, St. Patrick’s Day, sweet potatoes,
  • Christmas, give, St. Valentine’s Day, pudding, sign, Hallowe’en,
  • sweets, chocolate.
  • CELEBRATIONS
  • Holidays
  • Special food
  • Special activities

THANKSGIVING DAY. CHRISTMAS.

  • READ
  • In November in America there is a great holiday –Thanksgiving Day.
  • Families come together for the day.They decorate the houses with autumn fruits and flowers and eat traditional American food:roast turkey, pumpkin pie and sweet potatoes.
  • 2.On the 25-th of December there is the greatest holiday in England- Christmas. People give each other presents and send Christmas cards. Presents for children are there in the stockings.
  • The traditional English dinner on Christmas Day is roast turkey and Christmas pudding.
  • TRUE OR FALSE
  • 1. Thanksgiving Day is in December.
  • 2. They usually eat meat and porridge on
  • Thanksgiving Day.
  • 3. They decorate the houses with a New Year Tree on this day.
  • 4. Christmas is on the 23-rd of December.
  • 5.The traditional English dinner on Christmas is roast turkey and pudding.

NEW YEAR. ST. VALENTINE’S DAY.

  • It is fun to see the New year in.
  • People celebrate this holiday on December,31.
  • People decorate the New Year Tree. There is a lot of dancing
  • and eating.
  • The 14-th of February is St.Valentine’s Day.
  • People buy or make Valentine cards and send them to people they love. They don’t sign their cards- you must guess who sent the cards to you.

Answer the questions

  • 1 .When do people celebrate the New Year?
  • 2. What do they decorate?
  • 3. What do people do on St.Valentine’s Day?
  • 4. Why don’t they sign the cards on St. Valentine’s Day?

ST.PATRICK’S DAY. HALLOWE’EN

  • The 17-th of March is a national holiday in Ireland-St.Patrick’s Day.People send greeting cards.
  • On that day people wear green because it is one of the national colours of Ireland and the sign of spring.
  • On the 31-st of October in Great Britain there is a nice holiday for children – Halloween.
  • People put pumpkins on the window-sills. They draw eyes,noses and mouths on the pumpkins and put candles into them.
  • Children dress up in funny clothes. They go from house to house and say”Trick or treat”.
  • People give then sweets, fruit, cakes, cookies or money.

Finish the sentences

  • 1.A national holiday in Ireland is…
  • 2.People wear green on this holiday because…
  • 3.A nice holiday for children Halloween is on…
  • 4. They go from house to house and say…

DO YOU KNOW?

  • What holidays do people in our country celebrate on..
  • August, 30
  • October, 25
  • December, 16
  • March, 22
  • January, 7
  • December, 31
  • What holidays do English
  • people celebrate on…
  • January, 1
  • February, 14
  • March, 17
  • October, 31
  • November
  • December, 25

T E S T

  • On this day people usually visit their friends. There is a lot of dancing and eating.
  • On this day people send cards
  • to their friends, parents and relatives.
  • People put trees in their rooms and
  • decorate them with toys.
  • People send cards to people they love. They shouldn’t write their names on the cards.
  • Those who get them must guess who sent them.
  • 4. On this day children put pumpkins
  • on the window-sills and dress as ghosts on this day.
  • 5. It’ a national holiday in Ireland.
  • People wear green because it’s the national colour of this country.
  • 6. This is a great holiday in America.
  • People decorate the houses with
  • autumn fruits and flowers and eat traditional American food: roast turkey and pumpkin pie.
  • a) St. Patrick’s Day
  • b) Halloween
  • c) New Year’s Day
  • d) St.Valentine’s Day
  • e) Christmas
  • f) Thanksgiving Day

Check Yourself!

  • C
  • E
  • D
  • B
  • A
  • F

GOOD-BYE. SEE YOU SOON.