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Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Phonetics: widely the First Foot New year party to celebrate ancient
Phonetics: widely the First Foot New year party to celebrate ancient
activities
activities
British Celebrations Christmas St
British Celebrations Christmas St
Answer the questions
Answer the questions
True or False
True or False
Match celebrations with different activities people are involved in
Match celebrations with different activities people are involved in
On the 25th of December there is the greatest holiday of all in
On the 25th of December there is the greatest holiday of all in
New Year New Years Eve all British celebrate on the 31st of December
New Year New Years Eve all British celebrate on the 31st of December
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Easter In April or at the end of March English people celebrate Easter
Easter In April or at the end of March English people celebrate Easter
Halloween On the 31st of October there is Haloween
Halloween On the 31st of October there is Haloween
GUY FAWKES  NIGHT
GUY FAWKES NIGHT
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Christmas and New Year: customs and traditions in Great Britain
Christmas and New Year: customs and traditions in Great Britain
Christmas tongue twisters
Christmas tongue twisters
Christmas Associations
Christmas Associations
Answer the questions:
Answer the questions:
2. What traditional Christmas meals do you know
2. What traditional Christmas meals do you know
What is the most popular song about Russian winter
What is the most popular song about Russian winter
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Turkey, pudding, pumpkin pie, vegetables
Turkey, pudding, pumpkin pie, vegetables
TEST
TEST
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
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Colours of Christmas
Colours of Christmas
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White
White
Christmas quiz
Christmas quiz
2. Where did the Christmas tree tradition originate
2. Where did the Christmas tree tradition originate
3. Who probably was the first man to illuminate a Christmas tree with
3. Who probably was the first man to illuminate a Christmas tree with
GUESS THE CROSSWORD
GUESS THE CROSSWORD
Questions to crossword
Questions to crossword
SPEAKING Imagine that youre reporters and you are to make a story
SPEAKING Imagine that youre reporters and you are to make a story
old tradition special greeting card sweetheart present a symbol of
old tradition special greeting card sweetheart present a symbol of
GOOD JOB
GOOD JOB
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Thank you for your work
Thank you for your work
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain

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2 Phonetics: widely the First Foot New year party to celebrate ancient

Phonetics: widely the First Foot New year party to celebrate ancient

old-fashioned to observe religious relative fancy costumes good luck greeting cards

occasion custom celebration gift to be connected with to be associated with firecracker completely Christmas traditionally to attend

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activities

food and drinks

presents

What things come to your mind when you think of traditions, holidays and celebrations?

special occasions

4 British Celebrations Christmas St

British Celebrations Christmas St

Valentines Day New Year Easter ST. PARTRICK`S DAY Halloween Guy Fawkes Night

5 Answer the questions

Answer the questions

When do we celebrate Victory Day? When do we celebrate New Year? When do we celebrate Christmas? What is the most favorite holiday in your family? What are the most important public holidays in Great Britain? What religious holidays do you know?

6 True or False

True or False

1. Every country has its own traditions and customs. 2. There are no common traditions all over the world. 3. English people celebrate Maslenitsa. 4. There are some common holidays in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. 5. London can be great until 10 black ravens live in the Tower. 6. English people celebrate Guy Fawkes Day on the 5th of November. 7. Russian people seldom eat pancakes with caviar now.

7 Match celebrations with different activities people are involved in

Match celebrations with different activities people are involved in

Christmas

People set off firecrackers. People give gifts to their relatives and friends. People cook dinner for the whole family. People dye () eggs and present their relatives and friends with them. People make fancy costumes and put them on. People take part in parades. People go to the church and stay for a service. People write and send special postcards to those they love. People decorate fir-trees.

On the New Years Day

On the Guy FawkesNight

On 31 October, Halloween

On Saint Valentines Day

At Easter

8 On the 25th of December there is the greatest holiday of all in

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. The colours most closely associated with the Christmas season are: red, white and green.

9 New Year New Years Eve all British celebrate on the 31st of December

New Year New Years 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. Every year the people of Norway give the city of London a present a big Christmas tree Some people make New Year Resolutions: I'll get up early every morning next year. I'll clean, my shoes every day.

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Valentines day On the 14th of February there is . Valentines Day. People send Valentines cards to someone they love. Usually they dont sing them you must guess who sent cards to you. On this day, people send Valentine cards to their husbands, wives, girlfriends and boyfriends. You can also send a card to a person you do not know.

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PARTRICK`S DAY

The 17th of March is a national holiday in Ireland St. Patricks 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.

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

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

Day. On Easter Sunday children get chocolate eggs and rabbits. Many modern Easter symbols come from ancient time. The egg was a symbol long before the Christian era. The Easter bunny is also originated in pre-Christian time.

13 Halloween On the 31st of October there is Haloween

Halloween On the 31st of October there is Haloween

The symbol of this holiday is "Jack o'lantern". People make it from a pumpkin. Children like Haloween parties, they put on witchs and ghosts dresses. They go trick or treat.

14 GUY FAWKES  NIGHT

GUY FAWKES NIGHT

That day in the 5th of November 1605 some conspirators wanted to blow up the House of Parliament and kill King James I. Guy Fawkes was one of them. The Kings men caught Guy and killed him.

Not many people think about those events now but they enjoy celebrating the day with their friends making big bonfires and watching beautiful fireworks. This holiday commemorates the discovery of the so-called Gunpowder Plot and is celebrated throughout the country.

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16 Christmas and New Year: customs and traditions in Great Britain

Christmas and New Year: customs and traditions in Great Britain

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17 Christmas tongue twisters

Christmas tongue twisters

Santa's sleigh slides on slick snow. Tiny Timmy trims the tall tree with tinsel. Bobby brings bright bells. Chilly chipper children cheerfully chant.

18 Christmas Associations

Christmas Associations

19 Answer the questions:

Answer the questions:

What do you know about Christmas?

20 2. What traditional Christmas meals do you know

2. What traditional Christmas meals do you know

21 What is the most popular song about Russian winter

What is the most popular song about Russian winter

22 Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
23 Traditions, Holidays, Festivals in Great Britain
24 Turkey, pudding, pumpkin pie, vegetables

Turkey, pudding, pumpkin pie, vegetables

Santa Clause, holiday, Christmas tree, birch tree. Christmas pudding, Easter, ring, horseshoe. Trousers, stockings, presents, socks. 23rd December, 24th December, 25th December, 26th December. Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas.

25 TEST

TEST

Past Progressive 1. I (to go) to the cinema at four oclock when you met me. 2. He (to do) his homework when mother came home. 3. They (to play) football at five oclock. 4. Ann(not to play) the piano at two oclock yesterday. 5.The pupils(to write) the test when the bell rang.

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29 Colours of Christmas

Colours of Christmas

The colours most closely associated with the Christmas season are: red, white and green.

Some say that this is because of the red and green plants of wintertime contrasting with the white snow.

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means love and reflects our warmth and love for each other. It is also the colour that is considered the greatest excitement. As a religious symbol it stands for fire, blood, and charity.

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means hope and the eternal longing for spring and all the promises of the future. Green is the symbol of nature, youth, and the hope of eternal life.

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White

means purity and is represented by the crystalline form of water and the snowflake. White is the religious symbol which stands for light, purity, joy and glory.

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33 Christmas quiz

Christmas quiz

1. When was Christmas first celebrated?

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Around 100 AD

34 2. Where did the Christmas tree tradition originate

2. Where did the Christmas tree tradition originate

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35 3. Who probably was the first man to illuminate a Christmas tree with

3. Who probably was the first man to illuminate a Christmas tree with

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37 Questions to crossword

Questions to crossword

English people celebrate this holiday on 25th of December. Russian people bake pancakes (holiday). This holiday is celebrated on the 17th of March in Great Britain The first festival in a year England is a country of s English people celebrate this holiday on the 5th of November Celebrating this holiday children knock at peoples doors and say Trick or treat This holiday is celebrated on the last Thursday in November in America People dye eggs and go to church in Russia (holiday). . So many countries, so many s in English Each person has his or her own date of this holiday

38 SPEAKING Imagine that youre reporters and you are to make a story

SPEAKING Imagine that youre reporters and you are to make a story

about one of the holidays. Work in small groups. Choose any card you like and make sentences using these phrases. You have three minutes to finish them so try to do it as quickly as you can.

In 1605 conspirators blow up the house of Parliament kill King James I and his ministers Guy Fawkes caught and killed events of long ago watch fireworks make big bonfires

Christian holiday Christs return to life go to church presents of chocolate Easter eggs symbols of Easter Easter traditions

39 old tradition special greeting card sweetheart present a symbol of

old tradition special greeting card sweetheart present a symbol of

love a name of a sender

SPEAKING Imagine that youre reporters and you are to make a story about one of the holidays. Work in small groups. Choose any card you like and make sentences using these phrases. You have three minutes to finish them so try to do it as quickly as you can.

wish each other Happy New Year send greeting cards New Years Eve have parties see the New Year in Big Ben strikes midnight shout Happy New Year hug and kiss each other at discos and clubs

40 GOOD JOB

GOOD JOB

Choose a smile for your own according to your work at the lesson. Be objective, please!

I tried as much as I could. Rather good!

I did all my best! Excellent!

I should learn English better! Not very well

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42 Thank you for your work

Thank you for your work

The lesson is over.

YOU ARE THE BEST. YOU ARE THE NICEST. YOU ARE THE CLEVEREST.

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