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Классный час "Royal Family" 7 класс

Классный час на тему « Royal Family »
Цели и задачи:
Воспитательная - формирование уважительного
отношения к чужой культуре; формирование
самостоятельности.
Развивающая - развитие способности к сравнению,
развитию воображения и распределению внимания.
Учебная - развитие речевого умения и развитие
умения аудировать с целью извлечения конкретной
информации и детального понимания содержания.
Оборудование:
1.Карта мира.
2.Карта Великобритании.
3.Презентация «Royal Family».
4.Семейное древо Елизаветы II.
5.Викторина.
Ход мероприятия:
Teacher:
Good afternoon, dear friends and guests!
Today we are going to speak about the Queen of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland. I think
It is rather interesting theme for us English language
learners.
As your know Elizabeth II, the Queen of Great Britain
is also the Head of the Commonwealth, and so the Queen
of Canada, Australia, New Zealand.
First, we were going to have a press conference with
the Queen of England, but it is a tradition Her Majesty
doesn’t give any interviews.
So we had a chance to get some information from Press-
office of Buckingham Palace, which is headed by press-
secretary Penny Russell Smith.
And now our correspondents will retell you everything
they had found out.
Be attentive, we are going to have a quiz at the end
of our talk.
Pupil 1: Elithabeth was born in Windsor on April,
21; 1926.Her full name is Elizabeth-Mary-Alexander
Windsor.
Her pet-name: Lilibet.
She was educated at home, taught to read and write by
her parents, studied Latin, Geography, Economics,
Music.She knew foreign languages, spoke French well.
She is good at horse riding, dancing; took part in
swimming competitions.
She lived in Windsor and Buckingham Palace with her
parents.
Pupil 2: Young Lady.
She made her first speech on the radio in 1940 during
the war.
Elisabeth wanted to help the army: grew vegetables
and knitted socks for soldiers. She learned to drive.
In 1947 she married Prince Philip. Her first son Prince
Charles was born in 1948. (Prince Philip is the Duke of
Edinburgh).
Pupil3: Young Queen.
Elisabeth came to the throne in 1952.She was crowned in
Westminster Abbey on June 1953.
She made her first Christmas speech to the nation in
1957. (Now this speech is traditional)
Pupil4: The Queen plays an important role in the
country. She travels a lot. She likes reading, taking
pictures, watching horse races.
She has 5 official residences in Britain; Buckingham
Palace and Windsor among them. (Palaces: Buckingham
Palace, Windsor Castle,St.Jamess Palace, Hampton Court
Palace, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace, and the Palace
of Holy Roodhouse in Edinburgh)
The Queen has got 4 children: Prince Charles, Princess
Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward.
Teacher: Now let’s make a family-tree on the
blackboard.
Pupil 5: The eldest child is Prince Charles, who
qualified as Royal Air Force pilot and is now Prince of
Wales and heir to the throne.
Pupil 6: Princess Anna, now the Princess Royal,
represented Britain in horse-riding at the Olympic
Games and is a member of the international Olympic
committee. She is the 8
th
to the Crown. Princess Anna
has got 2 children: Peter and Zara.They are the 9
th
and
10
th
to the Crown.
Pupil7: Prince Andrew, now the Duke of York is serving
naval officer; He is the 4
th
to the crown. Prince Andrew
has got a wife and 2 daughters Princesses Beatrice and
Eugenie. They are the 5
th
and the 6
th
to the Crown.
Pupil 8: Prince Edward has worked in the theatre; he
has not got a family of his own and is the 7
th
in the
order of succession.
Pupil 9:
The British government has declared 2002 to be the
Golden Jubilee Year. The celebration to honor
Elisabeth’s 50 years on the throne started in April and
will continue throughout the rest of the year, but the
most important and spectacular ceremonies took place at
the beginning of June.
The Golden Jubilee weekend began on Saturday evening
with the first concert ever held in the gardens of
Buckingham Palace.
The fantastic fireworks after the concert lasted 15
minutes.
Pupil 10:
Prince William: the Perfect Prince.
On the 21
st
of June 1982, Prince William Arthur Philip
Louis Windsor was born at St. Mary’s Hospital,
London.The eldest son of the Prince and Princess of
Wales. Prince William is the second in line to the
throne after his father, Prince Charles.
Being a prince is not as easy as it may seem.
Being a future king is even more difficult. William
inherited his grandmother’s strength of character and
determination. He insisted on going to St.Andrew’s
University in Scotland rather than to traditional
Oxford or Cambridge. This is why William is often
called “the perfect prince” by the media.
William might have to wait for about 40 years before he
may become King. At the moment, he is studying History
of Art at St. Andrew’s University in Scotland.
Pupil 11:
Prince Harry.
Prince Henry Charles Albert David, born on
September 15, 1984 at St.Mary’s Hospital, in central
London, is third in line of succession on the throne,
behind his father, the Prince of Wales, and his elder
brother Prince William.
Henry Charles Albert has always been known as Prince
Harry and as he’s been outgoing and Fun-loving boy ever
since he was a kid, he was later dubbed the Happy
Prince.
His mother, Princess Diana, was determined that her
sons should enjoy a “normal” lifestyle, and the three
were often seen at amusement parks, going into
McDonald’s restaurants or the cinema.
Harry attended the same schools as William. In
September 1998, he followed his elder brother to Eton,
the most famous private school in Britain. He wants to
remind the public about his mother’s huge contribution
to charity.
Princess Diana’s influence on Harry is very strong.
And while most people note the marked resemblance
between Princess Diana and William, some friends of the
family say that in reality, it is Harry who is more
like his mother in many ways. He plays rugby, football
and cricket, enjoys swimming and is an excellent polo
player. Like his father, Harry loves painting.
Princess Diana helped many charities. Making the world
a better place was the aim of her life.
Teacher: So you have learned many facts about the royal
family and about their family tree. Let’s have a Quiz
and check your knowledge.
You’ll get “a leaf” from the royal family-tree when
you give a correct answer. So will find the winner.
Quiz.
1. When was the Queen Elisabeth born?
(21.04.24.)
2. When did she come to the throne?
(1952.)
3. When was she crowned?
(2 June 1953)
4. How many children has she got?
(4.)
5. Can you name her children?
6. Who is the heir to the throne?
(Charles is the first.)
7. Has Prince Edward a family of his own?
8. What do you know about Princess Anne?
(She is a member of the Olympic committee.)
9. How many years is Queen Elisabeth on the throne?
(52 years)
10. Did Princess Diana help many charities?
11. When was Elisabeth’s II Golden Jubilee?
(In 2002.)
Teacher: Thank you for your answers. Let’s count
“leaves” and find the WINNER of our quiz.
You are the winner and you are on our Class Board of
Fame.