Holidays in UkraineПлан-конспект залікового уроку з англійської мови в 5-В класі проведеного студентом 4 курсу факультету іноземної філології
Тема уроку: «Holidays in Ukraine»
Мета уроку: ознайомлення й закріплення нового матеріалу; закріплення вивчених лексичних одиниць; покращення навичок читання й діалогічного мовлення; виховування в учнів культуру дозвілля, почуття патріотизму й поваги до традицій свого народу.
Обладнання: підручник з англійської мови для 5 класу, роздатковий матеріал з ілюстраціями
I. Організаційний момент.
Good Afternoon! I’m glad to see you! Take your sits. Who is absent for today?
II. Перевірка домашнього завдання.
Ex. 5 on page 132.
ІІІ. Повідомлення теми та мети уроку.
Write down the date and topic ion your copy-books.
IV. Мотивація навчальної діяльності.
Вступне слово вчителя про свята в Україні.
We have many holidays in Ukraine but I would like to tell about the main of them. First it is the New Year. It is my favourite holiday. It is merry to decorate the New Year Tree, to dance near it and to receive presents. Then in a week there is Christmas. In Ukraine it is an old and popular holiday. In the morning boys go from house to house, from flat to flat, sing traditional holiday songs and wish everything good to the people they visit. The people give them sweets, cakes and money. The 8th of March is the Women's Day. We give presents to our mothers, grandmothers, teachers, sisters and girl-friends and wish everything good to them. On the 1st of May we celebrate May Day. On the 9th of May we have Victory Day. It is a great holiday. We say, "Thank you very much" to old people who took part in the Great Patriotic War and defended our Motherland against the fascists. In spring we have one more traditional holiday. It is Easter. Usually people bake cakes and paint and colour eggs for the holiday. On the 24th of August we celebrate Independence Day. The 1st of September is a holiday for everybody who studies. Each holiday is interesting in its way but all of them are good and merry.
V. Кожен учень виступає із своїми повідомленнями про свята в Україні
(Староста підгрупи з англійської мови виходить на клас і відповідно до списку доповідей надає слово кожному доповідачу)
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Богач Дарія
January - New Year's Day
Is one the most favorite of all holidays in Ukraine. As in Western countries on Christmas Eve, Ukrainians give "New Year" presents, Children receive their presents under the New Year Tree on the morning of the 1st of January. Traditionally just prior to midnight there's a Presidential speech broadcast nationally. When the clock strikes Midnight, people pop open thier champaign bottles and raise a toast. With the first glass they congratulate each other as the clock strikes 12 times and fireworks fill the sky. The week before the New Year is a busy one with shopping, parties at work, decorating pine and fir-trees, and cooking the years most delicious meals. The main folk heroes of this holiday are Father Frost (Did Moroz) and his grand-daughter "Sniguron'ka" (The Snow Girl). The tradition of predicting fortunes on this night is very popular among young people.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Дмитрук Марія
7 January - Christmas
The period from the 7th until the 14th of January is Saint Christmas week. During this week people go from one house to another, singing songs and wishing good wishes to health, prosperity, etc. and just having a good time. Most usually are dressed in folksy or carnival type costumes. Such activity is called "Kolyaduvannya" and "Schedruvannya". The songs are called "kolyadky" and "schedrivky". When somebody is singing these songs and greeting you, as a rule you should give them sweets or food or drinks or whatever you have as a token of appreciation. . It is believed that everything that the people have sung in their Kolyadka and Schedrivka will come true.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Каплінський Артем
8 March - International Women’s Day
is considered the first Spring Holiday in Ukraine. It is an official day off as both men and women look forward to this holiday. It originated as a day of fighting for women's rights, when on the 8th of March 1897 women (workers of sewing and shoe factories) gathered in New York demanding 10 hour working days, light and dry work places and equal salaries with men. In 1910 at the International Conference of Women Socialists in Copenhagen, Clara Tsetkin proposed celebrating the International Women's day on March, 8th which sounded an appeal to all women of the world to join in the struggle for equality.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Ковалевський Костянтин
April - May - Easter
Two weeks following the Catholic Easter Holiday is the main Christian Orthodox Holiday established to honor the Resurrection of Jesus Christ following his crucifiction on the cross and to the coming out of the Jews from Egypt. The date of Easter is usually determined by the Church calendar and calculated according to the so-called "Paskhalias" (the name for the "special tables".) Before and during Easter Ukrainians buy or bake Easter cakes (buisquits with raisins),and hand paint eggs widely known as Pysanka. It is a very important holiday. On Easter night people go to their local church, spending the entire night in Church services! Usually they take with them Easter cakes, painted eggs, and bottles of wine. In the morning (about 4 am) the service concludes with the clergyman sprinkling all food with sacred water which is believed to give strong healing powers. At this time people return home to continue the celebration with food and drink throughout the the day. The traditional greeting on this day is: "Khrystos Voskres!" (Christ is arisen) and the answer "Voyistynu Voskres!" (Truly arisen) followed with kisses and the exchanging of gifts.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Лопушняк Едуард
1 - 2 May - Labor (May) Day
The 1st of May historicaly has been the traditional holiday of Spring. During the Industrialization of the Nineteenth Century, it became an International Day of Solidarity for workers of all countries.
The 1st of May began to be widely celebrated with various groups of workers joining together and paying tribute to the memory of victims of oppression and for the rights of all oppressed workers irrespective of their nationality, sex, age and/or profession. In it's convention of 1888 the "American Federation of Labour" declared, that May the1st should become a day for the active struggle of workers for the eight-hour work day.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Шабага Дмитро
9 May — Victory Day
This is a holiday of both joy and sorrow. A great tribute is bestowed to those who gave their lives during World War II resulting in today's peace and happiness. The eternal memory of those lost will last forever throughout the generations. Veterans gather together remembering those who perished. Every city has an area on this holiday in which people gather called "The Eternal Fire". In Kyiv it is located near the famous WWII museum and the "Motherland" Statue and Monument.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Солярик Володимир
28 June - Constitution Day On this day in 1998 the Constitution of Independent Ukraine was adopted. Fireworks and various concerts and musical events are common throughout the country.
24 August - Independence Day is Ukraine's largest State holiday, which commemorates the adoption in 1990 of the "Declaration of Sovereignty" of Ukraine. Impressive fireworks displays and noteworthy concerts throughout the capital Kyiv and the rest of the country.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Чебан Анна
23 February - Men's Day
It is a tribute of respect to all the generations of Soviet soldiers and military people who defended courageously our Motherland from invaders. All men ,including boys, receive heart-felt greetings and gifts. Now, this holiday is considered as an opposite to Women's Day on the 8th of March, as all men get an opportunity to have their own holiday as well :) So, women have an opportunity to say the warmest and sweetest words to the men they love and to flatter them with attention.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Крисько Анна
1 April - Fool Day (the Day of laughter)
This holiday is celebrated everywhere in Ukraine with people attempting to get the best of each other through trickery and jokes. But nowhere is this holdiay taken more seriously than in Ukraines port city of Odessa where an impressive and light hearted parade is held annualy to celebrate both April Fools Day as well as Odessa itself as the "Humor Capital" of the CIS.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Нікольчук Ольга
6 June - Ivan Kupala Day
is one of the great and enigmatic holidays signifing a celebration in honour of the "God of the Sun" (or "Dazhbog"). It is belived that during this time of summer solstice, the sun is strongest, before turning to the winter. They say that the Sun is a personification of light, celebrating its victory over dark forces, so as it rises it's "playing", "leaping" and feeling joyful. All Nature is also joyful because of this, becoming special and charmed. The name of the holiday is bound to the name of "Kupajla", who is the "Divinity of Fertility",of the harvest, welfare and medicinal healing herbs and plants. Traditional ceremonies are timed so as to celebrate in honour of youth, beauty, love.
Крисюк Марина: Із доповіддю виступає Крисюк Марина
1 September - The Day of Knowledge
This is a serious holiday called the "Day of Open Doors" and includes all Schools, Colleges, Universities and Institutes. It is celebrated as the time when all students begin their new year studies. After a funfilled hot summer students are going back to the "Land of Knowledge". The day starts with meetings held next to each school. You'll see many nicely dressed students carrying flowers everywhere.
Look at these pictures and try to sign every holiday
VII. Підведення підсумків уроку почутого на конференції.
VIII. Homework. Твір - My personal list of holidays.