Внеклассное мероприяти "День Святого Валентина" 7 класс


Внеклассное мероприятие «День Святого Валентина»
7, 8 классы
Цель: Познакомить с историей, символами и традициями празднования Дня Святого Валентина.
Задачи: 1. Воспитать интерес учащихся к английскому языку
2. Развивать навыки и умения в говорении, чтении, слушании и письме
3. Обеспечить положительным отношением учащихся к культуре своей страны и страны
изучаемого языка
Ход внеклассного мероприятия
(звучит песня группы «Битлз» ‘All you need is love’)
Teacher (T): Love! Friendship! Happiness! Affection! Romance! Today we can say these words because it
is an unusual and special day Saint Valentine’s Day. This happy holiday celebrates friendship, love and
romance. Valentine’s day is a good time to think of who are important to us Moms and Dads,
grandparents, sisters and brothers, friends and classmates, teachers. It’s a nice time to tell them how
much you love them and how you feel.
Pupil (P₁): To each and every friend of mine
I’ll send a lovely valentine.
Mom, Dad, Sis and Brother, too.
Will receive a heart that says,
‘I love you’.
T: Ladies and gentleman! Good evening! It’s lovely to meet you here, at the Valentine’s party! Today you
will get to know why this holiday is celebrated all over the world, there will be a short quiz and we play
fun games.
P: St. Valentine’s Day is a holiday which is celebrated in Great Britain, the USA, and in many European
countries. St. Valentine’s Day has roots in several legends. This is the legend of how St. Valentine’s Day
began. According to one story, St. Valentine was a kindly priest named Valentine.
P: When the Roman Emperor Claudius II needed soldiers, he made a law against marrying. Claudius II
thought that marriage made men want to stay at home instead of fighting wars. At that time the priest
named Valentine couldn’t agree with the emperor’s decision. So he decided to marry young couples
secretly. This story goes bake to about 200 A.D/
P: Another legend tells us that Valentine was a Christian priest in the Roman empire three hundred
years after the death of Jesus Christ. He had been thrown in prison for his teaching. On February 14,
Valentine was beheaded, not only because he performed a miracle he cured the jailer’s daughter of
her blindness the night before he was executed. But he had written a letter to the girl, signing it ‘From
your Valentine’.
P: Written valentines began around 1400. The oldest one we know of dates from 1415. A Frenchman,
Charles, Duke of Orleans, was captured by the English in a battle. He was put in prison in the Tower of
London. There he wrote valentine poems. Many of them were saved and can be seen today in the
British Museum.
P: The custom of sending valentine cards in Europe started in the 1700s. For a long time valentines
were made by hand. Commercial valentine cards were first made in the early 1800s. Kate Greenaway, a
British artist, was one of the leading creators of valentines. Her valentines are known for her drawings
of little children and the varied shades of blues and greens that she favored.
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: Now sending valentine cards on 14
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of February has become the most popular way of expressing
love, affection and friendship. The ornaments that decorate valentines are symbols of love and
friendship. In the language of symbols, a red or pink heart, pierced with an arrow denotes eternal love.
It’s the most popular symbol of the holiday of love and romance.
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: Lace symbolizes a net for catching a lover’s heart. So if you get a valentine with a piece of lace, it
means that a person who has sent it is passionately in love with you. Lace means “You have caught my
heart in a net”.
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: Cupid, the Roman god of love, is a symbol of passionate, tender, or playful love. His arrows are
invisible and his targets are our hearts. When his arrow hits your heart, you’ll fall in love with someone.
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: One symbol which has slipped into the background is the true love knot. With no beginning and no
end, the love knot consists of graceful loops, sometimes in the form of hearts. It’s not easy to invent a
true love knot of your own.
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: A ribbon means that a person is tied up. It says “You are tied up” or “You’re my girl”. A red rose is
the most romantic symbol of love.
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: Nowadays people usually send greeting cards with words of love to their sweethearts, friends and
members of their families. They say “Be My Valentine”. They give roses, chocolates and other presents
to them. Boys and girls have valentine parties at school or at home.
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: Children decorate their classrooms with bright red paper hearts and celebrate the day with songs,
games, poems and a valentine box. They have tea with cakes, candies and cookies made in heart shapes
and decorated in pink or red.
Учитель-ведущий благодарит учащихся за содержательный и интересный рассказ о Дне Святого
Валентина.
T: Dear boys and girls, thank you very much for your interesting story about the history, traditions and
symbols of St.Valentine’s Day. I think you’ve got to know a lot of interesting information about this
holiday. Let’s have a competition on the subject of this holiday. You are going to have several tasks. Each
team will get a red heart if its answer is right. They will count all their hearts at the end of the
competition. The winner will be the team with the largest number of the red hearts.
The tasks of the competition
I.Valentines symbols.
Задание связано с символами праздника «День Святого Валентина». Каждая команда получает
карточки – сердечки, на которых написаны определения некоторых символов этого праздника.
T: Each team will be given a paper heart with the definitions of some Valentine’s symbols. Guess what
words are hidden in the following definitions.
- This symbol has no beginning and no end. It consists of graceful loops, sometimes in the form of
hearts. It means true love. (an endless love knot)
- This symbol of a red or pink colour, pierced with an arrow, denotes eternal love. It is the most
popular symbol of the holiday of love and romance. (a heart)
- This symbol means that a person is tied up. It says “You are tied up” or “You are my girl”.
(a ribbon)
- This Roman god of love with a bow and an arrow is a symbol of passionate, tender or playful
love. When his arrow hits your heart, you’ll fall in love with someone. (Cupid)
- This thing symbolizes a net for catching a lover’s heart. This ornament decorates valentine’s
cards. If you get a valentine with it, it passionately in love with you. (lace)
- The most romantic symbol of love that is given as a present on Valentine’s Day. (a red rose)
II. Unscramble the words.
Всем командам дается одно и то же задание: расшифруйте слова из списка слов, написанного на
сердце.
T: Each team will be given a heart, on which the word list is written. Unscramble the words from the
word list. The team that will be able to do it the first and without mistakes, will be the winner of this
task.
1.epsnret 2.upcdi 3.ancyd 4.levniaten 5.vloe 6.iferdn 7.alce 8.edr 9.orwar 10.rdca
(Key: 1.present; 2.cupid; 3.candy; 4.valentine; 5.love; 6.friend; 7.lace; 8.red; 9.arrow; 10.card).
III. Match the lover pairs
Учащиеся должны соединить любовную пару
Adam Ophelia
Romeo Assol
Master Eve
Hamlet Desdemona
Othello Juliet
Captain Grey Margarita
IV. Compliments.
Каждая команда должна назвать по очереди комплименты, ласковые слова (звучит песня And I
love her”)
If you want to be a good wife or husband, you should know sweet words to tell your partner. You should
name all the sweet words one by one.
V. Honeymoon.
Командам нужно составить как можно больше слов из слова honeymoon (звучит песня Let it
be”).
Each team must make out the words of the word “honeymoon”.
VI. Portrait.
Один мальчик от каждой команды должен нарисовать портрет девушки своей мечты с закрытыми
глазами (звучит песня “Girl”).
We need one boy from each team who must draw a portrait of his dreamy girl with closed eyes.
VII. Crossword
Учащиеся должны разгадать кроссворд (звучит песня “White love)
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1. The month when we celebrate St. Valentine’s Day. (february)
2. Cupid is the Roman God of … . (love)
3. We usually invite people for a holiday … . (party)
4. During St. Valentines Day we have a feeling of … . (happiness)
5. People like giving and receiving these things. (presents)
6. Sometimes people write love … to each other. (letters)
7. We need presents and cards for this day. (holiday)
8. A person who you love. (sweetheart)
9. Paper souvenirs with messages. (cards)
10. It is the red symbol of St. Valentines Day. (heart)
Слово предоставляется жюри, которое объявляет команду-победителя. Ведущий учитель
подводит итоги конкурса. Все учащиеся исполняют песню “I just called to say I love you”.
T: Our competition has come to an end. I am very pleased to congratulate our winners and wish them
great success in the following contests. I hope you’ve learned a lot and remembered much about such a
wonderful holiday as St. Valentine’s Day.