Презентация "WINNIE-THE-POOH BY A. A. MILNE"


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  • WINNIE-THE-POOH
  • BY
  • A. A. MILNE
  • Автор: Щербачева (Долгих) Екатерина Владимировна
  • учитель английского языка
  • ГБОУ СОШ №1173
  • Москва, 2015

  • Any noise annoys an oyster But a noisy oyster
  • annoys an oyster more.

  • If two witches were watching two watches, Which witch would watch
  • which watch?

  • I wish to wish the
  • wish you wish to wish, but if you wish
  • the wish the witch wishes, I won’t wish the wish
  • you wish to wish.

  • If you tell Tom to tell
  • a tongue-twister His tongue will be twisted
  • as tongue-twister
  • twists tongues.

  • Alan Alexander Milne was born in London in 1882. His father was the headmaster of a small preparatory school. Milne was the youngest
  • of the family’s three sons.

  • He went to Cambridge to become a mathematician. But he never did.

  • Milne has got
  • the only child - Christopher Robin.

  • The Milnes bought him a teddy bear for the first birth- day. The teddy bear was soon named Winnie after a real-life bear that lived at London Zoo.

  • Alan Milne wrote a lot of poems for Christopher Robin and about him.

  • In 1925 the Milnes bought a farm in Sussex. They used it for weekends away from London. From this old house it was a short walk over a bridge into the Ashdown Forest.

  • Christopher Robin and his teddy, known by name Winnie, played there.

  • Each daily adventure in the forest gave Milne materials for his famous book ”Winnie-the-Pooh”, published in 1926.

  • After the book “Winnie-the-Pooh” A.A. Milne wrote other books “Now We Are Six” (1927) and “The House at Pooh Corner” (1928). They are very popular today as they were many years ago when they were written.

  • The bear was put into a
  • glass case
  • with the other
  • Animals at the Milnes’
  • house in London when Christopher went off to school in 1930.

  • 1.Who originally wrote
  • the Winnie-the-Pooh stories?
  • Walt Disney A. Milne B. Zakhoder
  • 2.Where was A.Milne born?
  • England France Russia
  • 3.A. Milne had got…
  • two sons a daughter the only son
  • 4.What is Winnie-the-Pooh?
  • a bear a fox a pig
  • 5.What is Winnie’s favourite food?
  • apples honey cakes

  • Read the text again for more detailed information and find in it the words and word combinations which mean:
  • 1. директор небольшой подготовительной школы
  • 2. математик
  • 3. редактор университетского журнала
  • 4. он опубликовал
  • 5. незамысловатые юмористические стихи
  • 6. остроумные произведения
  • 7. (книга) в мягкой обложке
  • 8. юмористические очерки
  • 9. помощник редактора
  • 10. зарплата

  • Read the text again for more detailed information and find in it the words and word combinations which mean:
  • 11. подарила своему мужу
  • 12. обожаемый сын
  • 13. плюшевый/игрушечный медведь
  • 14. снял/арендовал дом
  • 15. иллюстрации
  • 16. наброски/скетчи
  • 17. игрушка ожила
  • 18. книга детских стихов
  • 19. он был управляющим (менеджером) в книжном магазине
  • 20. игрушки были «эвакуированы»

  • Answer the questions.
  • Where was A. A. Milne born?
  • When did he publish his first book? Where did he publish it?
  • How much did Milne’s first book cost?
  • What famous magazine did Milne work for?
  • Why did A. A. Milne have to return home from the front line?
  • Whose teddy bear was Winnie-the-Pooh?

  • 6.What was the first book A. A. Milne wrote for children?
  • What did Milne write about in his book “Winnie-the-Pooh”?
  • Why did Ernest Shepard draw sketches of Christopher Robin with a bear?
  • What was A. A. Milne’s secret for success?
  • How much do you know about Christopher Milne?
  • What happened to Winnie- the-Pooh and other toy animals when Christopher Robin went off to school?

  • He often loses his tail and asks his friends to find his lost tail for him. He often says “Thanks for noticing me” and “Oh, well”.
  • eeyore

  • He is a wise animal. He often gives advice. He also loves telling stories. He can read and write.
  • owl

  • He is a very bouncy Animal. He likes to bounce, bounce and bounce
  • He has black and orange stripes and a springy tail.
  • tigger

  • He doesn’t like when anyone
  • disturbs or interrupts him while he is busy. His favourite food is the carrot and other vegetables, he tries not to meet Pooh during lunch time.
  • Rabbit

  • He is a very small but very brave animal. He is the best friend of Winnie the Pooh. He likes bright colours and especially balloons.
  • piglet

  • She likes her little baby and looks after him every where.
  • They both like jumping the most of all.
  • Kanga and Roo

  • Tigger comes to the forest and
  • Has breakfast

  • Open the brackets to make the story complete.
  • One day when Pooh Bear
  • some of his friends and had nothing else to do, he round to Piglet’s
  • house what Piglet
  • his toes in front of his fire, but to his surprise he
  • that the door open, and the more he inside the more Piglet
  • 1. had already visited
  • already (1. visit)
  • 2. thought he
  • (2. think) he
  • (3. go)
  • 3.would go
  • (4. see)
  • 4. to see
  • 5. was doing.
  • (5. do).
  • It (6. snow) since early morning.
  • It 6. had been snowing since early morning.
  • Pooh (7. expect)
  • Pooh 7. expected
  • (8. find)
  • 8. to find
  • Piglet (9. warm)
  • Piglet 9. warming
  • (10. see)
  • 10. saw
  • (11. be)
  • 11. was
  • (12. look)
  • 12. looked
  • (13. not, be) there.
  • 13. was not there.

  • Open the brackets to make the story complete.
  • “So what I said Pooh, “is this. I
  • home first and see what the time and perhaps I a scarf round my neck, and then I
  • and Eeyore and my new hum to him.”
  • He back to his own house; when he
  • his door he suddenly Piglet
  • In his best armchair and looking as if he
  • there for a long time. Pooh could only there whose house he
  • in.
  • “Hallo, Piglet,” he said. “I you out.”
  • “No,” said Piglet, “it’s you who out.
  • I here for an hour already.”
  • (14. do),”
  • 14. shall do,”
  • (15. go)
  • 15.shall go
  • 16. is,
  • (16. be),
  • (17. put)
  • 17.shall put
  • (18. go)
  • 18. shall go
  • (19. see)
  • 19.shall see
  • (20. sing)
  • 20. shall sing
  • (21. hurry)
  • 21. hurried
  • 22. opened
  • (22. open)
  • (23. see)
  • 23. saw
  • (24. sit)
  • 24. sitting
  • (25. sit)
  • 25. had been sitting
  • (26. stand)
  • 26. stand
  • (27. wonder)
  • 27. wondering
  • (28. be)
  • 28. was
  • (29. think)
  • 29. thought
  • (30. be)
  • 30. were
  • (31. be)
  • 31. are
  • (32. sit)
  • 32. have been sitting

  • Open the brackets to make the story complete.
  • Pooh up at his clock, which
  • at five minutes to eleven some weeks before.
  • “Nearly eleven o’clock,” said Pooh happily. “You
  • just in time for a little something,” and he
  • his head into the cupboard. “And then we
  • Piglet, and my song to Eeyore.”
  • “Which song, Pooh?”
  • “The one we going to sing to Eeyore,”
  • Pooh. The clock still five minutes to eleven when Pooh and Piglet out on their way half an hour later.
  • (33. look)
  • 33. looked
  • (34. stop)
  • 34. had stopped
  • (35. be)
  • 35. are
  • (36. put)
  • 36. put
  • (37. go) out,
  • 37. shall go out,
  • (38. sing)
  • 38. shall sing
  • (39. be)
  • 39. are
  • (40. explain)
  • 40. explained
  • (41. show)
  • 41. showed
  • (42. set)
  • 42. set

  • The end

  • Ссылки и учебная литература
  • Верещагина И.Н., Афанасьева О.В. Английский язык VII класс.. Учебник для общеобразоват. учреждений с углубл. изучением англ. яз. с приложением на электронном носителе. «Просвещение»,2014. ФГОС
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