Внеклассное мероприятие для учащихся 5–6-х классов по теме "Countries and Languages"

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 Задачи урока:

  • Образовательный аспект: создавать условия для развития практического владения языком; формировать научное мировоззрение, убеждения; расширять лингвистический кругозор.
  • Развивающий аспект: развивать навык самостоятельного поиска информации и её систематизации с последующим представлением полученных данных; развитие способности к продуктивным речевым действиям, развитие внимания, логического мышления, умения сравнивать и делать выводы, извлечение нужной информации из текста; формирование критического мышления в условиях групповой и индивидуальной работы.
  • Воспитательный аспект: поддержка мотивации к изучению английского языка; обучение сотрудничеству и работе в группах, формирование навыков межличностного общения; воспитание чувства взаимопомощи и поддержки через работу в парах и группах.

Используемые личностно-ориентированные технологии: технология развития критического мышления, технология обучения в сотрудничестве.

Методы и приемы:

  • наглядные (демонстрация видео и изображений),
  • частично-поисковый (работа с текстом, выделение главной мысли),
  • проектный метод (презентация),
  • словесные (обсуждение).

Оборудование: компьютер, мультимедийный проектор, видео- и аудиозаписи, презентация к мероприятию, раздаточный материал.

Ход соревнования

Girl - (slide 1) We are glad to greet the …

Boy – Our participants will represent 3 English-speaking countries. (slide 2)

Your captains will have to solve a puzzle about a certain country during 2 minutes. (Составить связный рассказ из предложенных отрывков. Заранее разрезать тексты на отдельные отрывки.) Then they will read their texts to all of you and you will have to guess what country is described here.

1. New Zealand

The Maori people arrived there by canoe from islands in Polynesia near Tahiti around 1,000 A.D .This country was founded in 1642 by a Dutch explorer Abel Tasman. The country was first called after a region in the Netherlands. In 1769, Captain James Cook came to the islands. He was British and they settled there. In 1840 they signed a treaty with the Maori people. This made this country a colony of the British Empire, so their ruler is actually the Queen of England! It is a really remote country, and a flight there from the UK would take you about 24 hours. This far away country has two main islands, the North and South Islands and these are separated by the Cook Strait. There are over 50 volcanoes, some of which can still erupt. As it’s really remote, this country has some really cool and unusual wildlife that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

2. Canada

This country was discovered by Europeans in 1610. Since the 16th century, both French and English kings have ruled over the country. It gained independence from Britain in 1867. Today, Queen Elizabeth II (of England) is still also the Queen of this country and the head of state. It shares borders with the United States of America. Canada is the second biggest country in the world, after Russia - measured by total area! Its longest river is the McKenzie River in the North West. This country has the largest waterfalls. These are the Niagara Falls. The country has two official languages: English and French. The first people there are called 'Inuit.' Roller skates and snowmobiles were invented in this country. A flight there from Russia would take you about 15 hours. The black bear is probably the first animal that comes to your mind when you think about this country’s wildlife. 

3. Ireland

This country is often called Emerald Isle. Gaelic is the country's first official language, however the second official language English is more commonly spoken. Famous writers of this country include Jonathan Swift - Gulliver's Travels and Bram Stoker – Dracula. Saint Patrick's Day is the official national holiday of this country. Gaelic football and hurling are traditional sports and remain the most popular sports in the country. Shamrock (type of clover) is the national symbol and along with the harp it is a registered trademark of the country. Most Irish people believe that fairies exist. In their culture, fairies have magical powers and bring happiness and great things to families. In its folklore, they are tiny men called Leprechauns who can fit on top of your shoulder. They are completely harmless, and are believed to have buried numerous pots of gold. There are no snakes in this country; the only reptile is the lizard. 

Girl – While our captains are busy, you are welcome to watch a video about English-speaking countries. (slide 3)

  • https://yandex.ru/video/search?filmId=9586953008519434758&text=english%20speaking%20countries%20for%20kids&path=main
  • https://yandex.ru/video/search?p=1&filmId=14469315783779213264&text=english%20speaking%20countries%20for%20kids&path=main
  • https://yandex.ru/video/search?p=3&filmId=10010805507903198146&text=english%20speaking%20countries%20for%20kids&path=main

Boy – The captains are ready to read their texts. You must guess what countries they are. (slide 4)

Girl – Now our quiz begins! It will deal with the countries you have just named.


1. It is a type of fairy in Irish folklore. They are usually described as little men with a beard, wearing a green coat and a hat. These men are fond of playing jokes on people. (slide 5)

  1. Elves
  2. Dwarves
  3. Leprechauns
  4. Ogres

2. Where does a Leprechaun hide the pot of gold? (slide 6)

  1. On a Swiss bank account
  2. At the end of the rainbow
  3. On top of hurricane
  4. At the bottom of the ocean

Boy - Now we are starting Treasure Hunt for the pot of golden knowledge. Every correct answer will be a point or a coinJ to your pot. The team with the most points wins. (slide 7)

 3. What is the emblem of Canada? (slide 8)

  1. Koala
  2. The maple leaf
  3. The leek
  4. The birch

4. What is the capital of New Zealand? (slide 9)

a) Wellington
b) Auckland
c) Waitomo
d) Quebec

5. The largest river in Canada is … . (slide 10)

  1. The St Lawrence River
  2. The Mackenzie River
  3. The Yukon River
  4. The Columbia River

Girl – One member of each team wishing to take part in our next competition is welcome to the stage. (Нужно под музыку на скорость составить из разрезанных кусочков трилистник) (slide 11)

Boy – Now back to the quiz.

6. How many official languages does Ireland have? (slide 12)

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4

7. The most popular sport game in New Zealand is.... (slide 13)

a) football
b) soccer
c) rugby
d) table tennis

8. The name of the most popular rugby team in New Zealand is (slide 14)

a) Sevens
b) All Blacks
c) Under 21s
d) NZ Schools

(slide 15) https://yandex.ru/video/search?text=rugby+teams+in+new+zealand&parent-reqid=1484057688321527-833748129473432361308057-sas1-5481

9. Who is the patron saint of Ireland? (slide 16)

  1. St. Patrick
  2. St. George
  3. St. Francis
  4. St. Andrew

Girl – Shepherd Game (Капитаны команд должны с завязанными глазами на ощупь определить представителей свой команды из числа волонтёров из зала) (slide 17)

10. Formally the head of Canada is… (slide 18)

  1. President
  2. Prime Minister
  3. Queen of Great Britain
  4. Princess

11. Who is the director of this film and which country he is from?

(slide 19) https://yandex.ru/video/search?filmId=10599364740414574909&text=lord%20of%20the%20rings%20trailer

(slide 20)

a) Steve Barron‎, Ireland
b) Peter Jackson, New Zealand
c) Alan Gibson, Canada
d) John Moore, Ireland

12. The most popular Irish theatrical show is (slide 21)

a) Patrice Pavis
b) A Country Night
c) Riverdance
d) Flashdance
(slide 22) https://yandex.ru/video/search?p=1&filmId=7914342614149108400&text=

13. Which of the following is NOT a symbol of Ireland? (slide 23)

  1. The Union Jack
  2. The harp
  3. The four leaf clover (shamrock)
  4. The Celtic Cross

14. Are there any volcanoes in New Zealand? (slide 24)

a. Yes 
b. yes, but only one   
c. no

15. Brain ring. (slide 25) You can score up to 7 more points to your final score if you solve the riddles on the rainbow. You will have only 3 minutes to do it.

1. The capital of Canada is (slide26)

  1. Chester
  2. New York
  3. Washington
  4. Canberra
  5. Ottawa

 2. On which continent is Ireland located? (slide 27)

  1. Asia
  2. Australia
  3. Europe
  4. Africa

3. What is the approximate population of Ireland? (slide 28)

1. 5 million
2. 6 million
3. 10 million
4. 14 million

4.  The national emblem of New Zealand is … (slide 29)

1. kangaroo
2. koala
3. possum
4. kiwi

5.  The animal Canada is famous for is… (slide 30)

1. polar bear
2. rein deer
3. fox
4. hare

6. Of how many large islands does New Zealand consist?  (slide 31)  

1. 4
2. 3
3. 2
4. 5

7. Popular activities in Canada include – (slide 32)

1. swimming, surfing and sailing
2. fishing, hunting and playing hockey
3. playing golf, cricket and football

Girl - While the jury is counting your points, students will sing you a beautiful song.

A song (slide 33)

Boy – I think everybody is eager to learn who the winner is! (slide 34)

Жюри объявляет итоги и награждает победивших.

Boy & Girl – Our congratulations!