Презентация "British holidays" 7-8 класс


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British holidays

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NEW WORDS:

Decorate

Christmas Eye

Especially

Light

Custom

Present

Celebrate

Christmas Eve

Christmas tree

Candles

Stocking

Украшать

Канун Рождества

Особенно

Свет

Обычай

Подарок

Праздник

Канун Рождества

Рождественская елка

Свечи

Чулок

Choose a holiday to the picture

Find the mistakes

New Year’s Day

25 December

St. Valentine’s Day

5 November

Easter

31October

Halloween

March or April

Guy Fawkes’ Night

1 January

Christmas

14 February

The most important day of the holiday is 25 December, or Christmas Day.

Christmas

On the 25th of December there is the greatest holiday of all in England – Christmas. People send X-mas cards to their friends and relatives. People buy a Christmas tree and decorate it with toys, coloured balls and lights.

Children wake up early to find stockings full of small presents on their bed.

NEW YEAR

New Year

New Year’s Eve all British celebrate on the 31st of December. Most people see with friends and relatives.

At midnight they sings New Year songs and wishes a happy New Year.

St. Valentine’s day

On the 14th of February there is St. Valentine’s Day. People send Valentine’s cards to someone they love. Usually they don’t sing them – you must guess who sent cards to you.

Mother’s day

In March there is a holiday for English women – Mother’s Day.

People in the family try to help her.

On that day they visit their mothers and give them presents and “A Mother’s Day Card”

The 17th of March is a national holiday in Ireland – St. Patrick’s day. On that day people wear a shamrock. A shamrock is a plant with three leaves. It is the national symbol of Ireland.

St. Patrick was a man who had wonderful power. He cleared Ireland of snakes.

Halloween

On the 31st of October there is Halowe’en. The symbol of this holiday is "Jack o'lantern". People make it from a pumpkin.

  Children like Haloween parties, they put on witch’s and  ghost’s dresses. They go “trick or treat”.

Easter

In April or at the end of March English people celebrate Easter Day.

On Easter Sunday children get chocolate eggs and rabbits.

NEW WORDS

Auld Lang Syne

Special

Boxing day

Coal

Bread

Silver

Coin

To bring presents

Lights

В память о прошлом

Специальный

Подарочный день

Уголь

Хлеб

Серебро

Монета

Приносить подарки

Огоньки

Santa Claus brings present on New Year Eve in Britain.

Santa Claus brings present on New Year Eve in Britain.

The traditional song on New Year Eve is Auld Lang Syne.

The traditional song on New Year Eve is Auld Lang Syne.

New Year has a special name Boxing day.

New Year has a special name Boxing day.

“First Footers” go from house to house after midnight bringing a piece of coal, a piece of bread, a silver coin.

  • “First Footers” go from house to house after midnight bringing a piece of coal, a piece of bread, a silver coin.

In Trafalgar Square in London in front of the National Gallery, stands an enormous Christmas tree.

  • In Trafalgar Square in London in front of the National Gallery, stands an enormous Christmas tree.

Fill in the gaps:

… brings present on New Year Eve in Britain.

a) Father Frost

b) Santa Claus

The traditional song on New Year Eve is …

a) Auld Lang Syne

b) Happy New Year

New Year has a special name …

a) Humane

b) Boxing day

“First Footers” go from house to house after midnight bringing…

a) a piece of coal, a piece of bread, a silver coin.

b) a piece of bread with butter, a piece of turkey.

What holidays are the sentences about?

1.In London people gather to celebrate this holiday in Trafalgar Square.

2.People make up lamps of pumpkins.

3.This holiday means spring, new life after winter, flowers, green trees.

4.On this day everyone opens presents and sits down to the table to have a big dinner.

5.On this day people send a special greeting card to those who they love.

6.People celebrate this holiday to honour Guy Fawkes who wanted to blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605.

Your home task:

  • What present would you like to ask Santa next year?
  • What Traditions of Christmas and New Year Eve do you know in Russia?(Write 7-10 sentences.)

Thank you for the work!