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День святого Валентина

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Сабирова Зинфира Альфизовна, учитель английского языка


- активизировать учебные умения и навыки школьников.


-познакомить учащихся с историей дня святого Валентина, с обычаями и традициями празднования дня в англоязычных странах, с символикой праздника.

- прививать интерес к иноязычной культуре;
- развивать интерес к предмету;
- совершенствовать навыки сценического поведения;
- развивать культуру публичного выступления;
- совершенствовать дикцию учащихся.

- способствовать воспитанию у учащихся уважения к носителям иноязычной культуры;
- развивать учащихся эстетически.

- валентинки
- воздушные шары
- стенгазеты, подготовленные учащимися к празднику
- разбитые сердца самых известных пар
- эмблемы
- цветы
- костюм священника
- костюм стражника
- магнитофон
- аудиозапись
- мультимедийная доска

Звучит музыка Элвиса Пресли «Love me tender, love me sweet»

Teacher: Love! Happiness! Beauty! There’re not so many days in a year when we pronounce these pleasant words. Today, you have an excellent chance to plunge into the atmosphere of love and camaraderie, to take part in party - games, to practice the use of some pleasant words and expressions on this special occasion. Happy St. Valentine’s Day!
По сцене навстречу друг другу медленно идут юноша и девушка (ведущие праздника). При этом юноша читает стихотворение и дарит розу девушке.

Here’s a special valentine
With lots of love for you
And since you’re very special
Here are hugs and kisses, too!

Затем ведущие поворачиваются к публике и здороваются с ней.
Ведущий 1 (В1): Ladies and gentlemen! Good day!
Ведущий 2 (В2): It’s lovely to meet you here, at St. Valentine’s party!

B1: Love, love me do,
You know I love you,
I’ll always be true,
So please, love me do,
Wo-ho, love me do.

B2: Someone to love,
Somebody new,
Someone to love,
Someone like you.

B1: I hope that St. Valentine’s Day
Will bring you lots of fun!
He thinks you’re extra - specially nice,
And so does everyone!

B2: You’re just the nicest kind of boy/girl
So very grown - up, too.
No wonder that this Valentine
Brings lots of love for you.

B1: It’s here again, the day when boys and girls, sweethearts and lovers, husbands and wives, friends and neighbors, and even the office staff will exchange greetings of affection, undying love or satirical comment.

B2: St. Valentine’s Day, February 14, has been a customary day for choosing sweethearts and exchanging love - tokens from time immemorial. The method of choosing sweethearts on St. Valentine’s Day varied in different times and places. It could be a serious matter leading to marriage, or it could be a kind of a game. Countless generations of young people have acknowledged St. Valentine as the friend and patron of lovers.

B1: What kind of holiday is St. Valentine’s Day?

B2:  St. Valentine’s Day is a religious holiday, which is celebrated in Great Britain, in many European countries and in the USA. St. Valentine’s Day has roots in several legends.

B1: One of the early symbols of love is Cupid, the Roman God of Love, who is represented as a young boy with a bow and arrows.

Звучит музыка, выключается свет, зажигается прожектор, в лучах которого появляется священник. Он идет медленно. В это время звучит голос из-за кулис: ‘Valentine was a Christian priest in the Roman Empire 300 years after the death of Jesus Christ’.

B1: My sweetheart, look! I can’t believe it. Is it St. Valentine himself?
B2: You are welcome, patron of lovers.
Priest: My children! I’ve come from the distant past, to remind you of kindness and love.

Not only when it’s St. Valentine’s Day
But always, all year through
You are thought about with words of love
And wished much gladness too!

B1. Do please take us back to the 1st century when the Roman Emperor Claudius2 ruled our country.
Priest: All right! I see you love each other and may your dreams come true!

Свет выключается.
‘This is the legend of how St. Valentine’s Day began. When the Roman Emperor Claudius II needed soldiers, he made a law against marrying because he felt that marriage made men want to stay at home instead of fighting wars. But at that time there was a kindly priest named Valentine. He couldn’t agree with the emperor’s decision. When he saw that young couples were truly in love, he married them secretly’.

Выходят юноша и девушка. Они падают на колени и жестами умоляют священника совершить обряд бракосочетания. Священник выполняет их просьбу.

Priest: My daughter! My son! I declare you husband and wife!
Звучит марш Мендельсона. Врывается стража.
Стражник. Priest, you have been discovered and condemned to death.
To prison! To the Tower!

Следующая сцена: священник в тюрьме. Исполняется танец приведений. Входит тюремщик с дочерью.

Priest: What a beautiful girl!

Tюремщик: This is my daughter. She is blind. She will probably never see the light, the trees!
Priest: I’ll help her by working a miracle.
(зрение вернулось)
Girl. Thank you very much! Even in prison you, Valentine, showed your love for everyone and restored my sight.
Priest: Unfortunately, tomorrow, on February14, I am to die. I am not scared. I want to tell everybody, “ I love you. I’m your Valentine”

Голос из-за кулис. Just before his death, on February 14, he sent her a farewell message signed “From your Valentine”.
На сцену выходят ведущие.
В2. We’ve just been back into the ancient legend. The 14th of February was right in the middle of a Roman festival called the Lupercalia. When Christianity became the religion of Rome, this joyous day was renamed into St. Valentine’s Day, in honour of the saint who had given his life to help lovers.

B1: There are many other legends about how St. Valentine’s Day started, and no one knows for sure whether any of them are true.         

В2: When two people fall in love with each other they experience both                      
joy and sadness.
Today we will have two teams. One is ‘Joy’ and the other is ‘Sadness’.
And now they will be given tasks.
At first let me introduce our jury. They are Vilena Zifovna, Natalie Aleksandrovna and Alisa Akhmatgaleevna.

B2: The first task is to list what symbols of St. Valentine’s Day you know. “Joy” start, please.
  The symbols of Valentine’s Day are special cards with romantic messages, cupids, big red hearts, flowers, pairs of birds, chocolate, sweets, doves, love-knots, gloves, lace, red roses and angels
B1: OK. The second task for each team is to sing a song about love.
“Sadness”, it’s your turn.

One way ticket.
Choo- choo a train,
Chagging down the track.
Gotta travel on
Never coming back wo-o,
Got a one way ticket to the blues.
Bye-bye love,
My baby’s leaving me,
Now lonely teardrops are,
All that I can see wo-o
Got a one way ticket to the blues.
I’m gonna take a trip
To lonesome town,
Gonna stay

B2. The third task is to match the proverbs about love with there Russian equivalents.

1. Marriages are made in heaven.
2. All is fair in love and war.
3. Pity is akin to love.
4. Marry is haste and repent at leisure.
5. Love is blind, as well as hatred.
6. Love laughs at locksmiths.
7. The falling out of lovers is the renewing of love.
8. The eye of the beholder.
9.The heart that once truly Loves never forgets.
a)Меня любишь, так и собаку мою не бей.
b) Любовь на замок не закроешь.
c) Старая любовь не ржавеет.
d) Не красивая красива, а любимая.
e) Милые бранятся - только тешатся.
f) Браки совершаются на небесах.
d) Женился скоро, да долгое горе.
h)В любви и на войне все средствa хороши.
i) Любовь слепа.
k) Жалеет значит любит.

 B1. The fourth task is to write a Valentine’s day message.

 B2. The fifth task is to show a pantomime. The other team must guess what you are doing.
Joy: You are pulling my leg.
Do you need a hand?

He’s blowing his own horn.
Sadness: Don’t stretch the truth.
Zip your lip.
Watch your mouth.

B1. Thank you. Well-done. The sixth task is to list as many things as people say to each other when they are in love. The team that lists the most compliments is the winner.

You’re adorable.
You’re so beautiful!
You’re OK!
You’re heavenly!
You’re exciting!
You’re delightful!
You make my life complete!
You’re so kissable!
You’re very sweet!
You’re love light in my eyes!
You’re spring so nice and green!
You’re clever!
You’re my sun!
You’re splendid!

B2. You are doing very well! The spirit of love is being sensed among us at our party. The seventh task for teams is to dance.

B1. Very nice. Task number eight is for captains. You are to mend some broken hearts. Each heart is split into two pieces. You must find the couples and bring them back together. I’ll give you only one minute. Start, please.
B2. OK. Task number nine is to draw a picture of two people who are in love on a heart-shaped piece of paper. So, now using the shape of hearts you have to draw the faces of those who love each other.
B1. Task number10. You see a picture of a person with its heart labeled. You will be blindfolded and given an arrow. Your aim is the heart. Who will be the closest to the mark? Begin, please.
B2. Our game is over. Let’s ask the jury who was the best at our party.
Jury: We liked your singing, acting, dancing. You know a lot of symbols, proverbs about love and compliments. We see that you love English and respect your English teacher. Thank you.
We congratulate both teams. Friendship has won at our party! Well done.

B2. Our party is over. Thank you for coming. Goodbye.