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05.07.2019

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Учитель английского языка английского языка Галяева Людмила Григорьевна  г. Невинномысск МБОУ гимназия 10 ЛИК

Учитель английского языка

английского языка Галяева Людмила Григорьевна

г. Невинномысск МБОУ гимназия 10 ЛИК

Phrases to talk about CELEBRATIONS set off fireworks dress up light bonfires have street parades

Phrases to talk about CELEBRATIONS

set off fireworks

dress up

light bonfires

have street parades

Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the USA and Canada. Americans celebrate it on the fourth Thursday in November .

Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the USA and Canada.

Americans celebrate it on the fourth Thursday in November .

VOCABULARY Pilgrims |ˈpɪlɡrɪmz| - первые поселенцы, колонисты pray |preɪ| - молиться grow |ɡrəʊ| - выращивать sick |sɪk| - больной Native Americans |ˈneɪtɪv əˈmerɪk(ə)nz| - коренные жители Америки harvest |ˈhɑːvɪst| - урожай variety |vəˈraɪəti| - разнообразие, множество exchange gifts |ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ ɡɪfts|- обмениваться подарками

VOCABULARY

Pilgrims |ˈpɪlɡrɪmz| - первые поселенцы, колонисты

pray |preɪ| - молиться

grow |ɡrəʊ| - выращивать

sick |sɪk| - больной

Native Americans |ˈneɪtɪv əˈmerɪk(ə)nz| - коренные жители Америки

harvest |ˈhɑːvɪst| - урожай

variety |vəˈraɪəti| - разнообразие, множество

exchange gifts |ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ ɡɪfts|- обмениваться подарками

THE HISTORY OF THANKSGIVING A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in England. In 1620 the Pilgrims left for America. Their ship was the Mayflower. The trip took 66 days. The weather was rainy and cold. The Pilgrims landed in November.

THE HISTORY OF THANKSGIVING

A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in England.

In 1620 the Pilgrims left for America. Their ship was the Mayflower. The trip took 66 days. The weather was rainy and cold. The Pilgrims landed in November.

 Native Americans lived in forests near Plymouth. They came and helped the Pilgrims. The Pilgrims worked hard. They planted seeds to grow food. They built houses and a church.

Native Americans lived in forests near Plymouth. They came and helped the Pilgrims.

The Pilgrims worked hard. They planted seeds to grow food. They built houses and a church.

By November 1621 the Pilgrims had a lot of food. They were very happy and decided to have a Thanksgiving party. They invited the Native Americans.

By November 1621 the Pilgrims had a lot of food. They were very happy and decided to have a Thanksgiving party. They invited the Native Americans.

 Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the harvest. Thanksgiving Day is a time for many people to give thanks for what they have.

Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the harvest.

Thanksgiving Day is a time for many people to give thanks for what they have.

THANKSGIVING DECORATIONS

THANKSGIVING

DECORATIONS

THANKSGIVING CARDS

THANKSGIVING CARDS

THANKSGIVING DINNER

THANKSGIVING DINNER

PUMPKIN PIE

PUMPKIN PIE

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER Where did the Pilgrims first live?   A. Holland   B. England   C. America  2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?   A. Niña   B. Pinta   C. Mayflower  3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?   A. to become farmers   B. to have freedom of religion     C. to meet Native Americans  4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?   A. Plymouth  B. Boston   C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER

  • Where did the Pilgrims first live?

A. Holland B. England C. America

2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?

A. Niña B. Pinta C. Mayflower

3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?

A. to become farmers B. to have freedom of religion

C. to meet Native Americans

4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?

A. Plymouth B. Boston C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER Where did the Pilgrims first live?   A. Holland   B. England   C. America  2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?   A. Niña   B. Pinta   C. Mayflower  3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?   A. to become farmers   B. to have freedom of religion     C. to meet Native Americans  4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?   A. Plymouth  B. Boston   C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER

  • Where did the Pilgrims first live?

A. Holland B. England C. America

2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?

A. Niña B. Pinta C. Mayflower

3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?

A. to become farmers B. to have freedom of religion

C. to meet Native Americans

4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?

A. Plymouth B. Boston C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER Where did the Pilgrims first live?   A. Holland   B. England   C. America  2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?   A. Niña   B. Pinta   C. Mayflower  3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?   A. to become farmers   B. to have freedom of religion     C. to meet Native Americans  4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?   A. Plymouth  B. Boston   C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER

  • Where did the Pilgrims first live?

A. Holland B. England C. America

2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?

A. Niña B. Pinta C. Mayflower

3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?

A. to become farmers B. to have freedom of religion

C. to meet Native Americans

4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?

A. Plymouth B. Boston C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER Where did the Pilgrims first live?   A. Holland   B. England   C. America  2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?   A. Niña   B. Pinta   C. Mayflower  3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?   A. to become farmers   B. to have freedom of religion     C. to meet Native Americans  4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?   A. Plymouth  B. Boston   C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER

  • Where did the Pilgrims first live?

A. Holland B. England C. America

2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?

A. Niña B. Pinta C. Mayflower

3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?

A. to become farmers B. to have freedom of religion

C. to meet Native Americans

4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?

A. Plymouth B. Boston C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER Where did the Pilgrims first live?   A. Holland   B. England   C. America  2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?   A. Niña   B. Pinta   C. Mayflower  3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?   A. to become farmers   B. to have freedom of religion     C. to meet Native Americans  4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?   A. Plymouth  B. Boston   C. Massachusetts

CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER

  • Where did the Pilgrims first live?

A. Holland B. England C. America

2. What was the name of the Pilgrims’ ship?

A. Niña B. Pinta C. Mayflower

3. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?

A. to become farmers B. to have freedom of religion

C. to meet Native Americans

4. What town in America did the Pilgrims start?

A. Plymouth B. Boston C. Massachusetts

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup. many Pilgrims died.  they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.  they went to America.  all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes. The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so… The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so… The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so… Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup.

  • many Pilgrims died.

  • they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.

  • they went to America.

  • all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes.
  • The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so…
  • The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so…
  • The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so…
  • Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup. many Pilgrims died.  they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.  they went to America.  all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes. The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so… The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so… The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so… Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup.

  • many Pilgrims died.

  • they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.

  • they went to America.

  • all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes.
  • The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so…
  • The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so…
  • The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so…
  • Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup. many Pilgrims died.  they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.  they went to America.  all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes. The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so… The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so… The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so… Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup.

  • many Pilgrims died.

  • they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.

  • they went to America.

  • all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes.
  • The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so…
  • The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so…
  • The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so…
  • Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup. many Pilgrims died.  they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.  they went to America.  all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes. The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so… The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so… The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so… Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup.

  • many Pilgrims died.

  • they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.

  • they went to America.

  • all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes.
  • The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so…
  • The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so…
  • The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so…
  • Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup. many Pilgrims died.  they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.  they went to America.  all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes. The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so… The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so… The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so… Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

Match each cause on the left with an effect on the right: I was hungry, so I ate some soup.

  • many Pilgrims died.

  • they had a Thanksgiving party to thank God and the Native Americans.

  • they went to America.

  • all American families celebrate it and cook special dishes.
  • The Pilgrims didn’t want to pray in the Church of England, so…
  • The Pilgrims had little food for their first winter, so…
  • The Pilgrims had a lot of food for their second winter, so…
  • Thanksgiving is a big festival, so…

MARK THE SENTENCES AS TRUE OR FALSE A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. ___ The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. ___ Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. ___ Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___ Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS

TRUE OR FALSE

  • A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. ___
  • The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. ___
  • Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. ___
  • Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___
  • Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS TRUE OR FALSE A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_ The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. ___ Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. ___ Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___ Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS

TRUE OR FALSE

  • A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_
  • The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. ___
  • Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. ___
  • Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___
  • Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS TRUE OR FALSE A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_ The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_ Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. ___ Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___ Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS

TRUE OR FALSE

  • A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_
  • The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_
  • Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. ___
  • Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___
  • Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS TRUE OR FALSE A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_ The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_ Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. __T_ Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___ Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS

TRUE OR FALSE

  • A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_
  • The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_
  • Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. __T_
  • Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. ___
  • Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS TRUE OR FALSE A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_ The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_ Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. __T_ Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. __F_ Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS

TRUE OR FALSE

  • A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_
  • The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_
  • Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. __T_
  • Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. __F_
  • Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. ___

MARK THE SENTENCES AS TRUE OR FALSE A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_ The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_ Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. __T_ Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. __F_ Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. __T_

MARK THE SENTENCES AS

TRUE OR FALSE

  • A long time ago, the Pilgrims lived in Russia. __F_
  • The Pilgrims landed in November. The weather was hot and sunny. __F_
  • Native Americans came and helped the Pilgrims. __T_
  • Today Thanksgiving is a big festival in the USA and Canada to celebrate the beginning of the school year. __F_
  • Turkey, yams (sweet potatoes), cranberry sauce and a sweet pumpkin pie are special dishes. __T_

FIND THE WORDS ACCORDING TO THEIR TRANSCRIPTION |əˈmerɪkə| -  __________________ |ˈweðə | -   __________________ |taʊn | -   __________________ |fuːd | -   __________________ |ˈhæpi | -   __________________ |ˈpɑːti | -   __________________

FIND THE WORDS ACCORDING TO

THEIR TRANSCRIPTION

  • |əˈmerɪkə| - __________________
  • |ˈweðə | - __________________
  • |taʊn | - __________________
  • |fuːd | - __________________
  • |ˈhæpi | - __________________
  • |ˈpɑːti | - __________________

FIND THE WORDS ACCORDING TO THEIR TRANSCRIPTION |əˈmerɪkə| -  America |ˈweðə | -   weather |taʊn | -   town |fuːd | -   food |ˈhæpi | -   happy |ˈpɑːti | -   party

FIND THE WORDS ACCORDING TO

THEIR TRANSCRIPTION

  • |əˈmerɪkə| - America
  • |ˈweðə | - weather
  • |taʊn | - town
  • |fuːd | - food
  • |ˈhæpi | - happy
  • |ˈpɑːti | - party

MATCH THE WORDS TO COMPLETE THE WORD COMBINATIONS street F family A. a celebration exchange B. decorations pumpkin C. fires 5. special D. fireworks 6. decorate 7. have E. gifts F. parades 8. a variety of G. pie 9. light H. the house 10. set off I. dinner J. dishes

MATCH THE WORDS TO COMPLETE THE WORD COMBINATIONS

  • street

F

  • family

A. a celebration

  • exchange

B. decorations

  • pumpkin

C. fires

5. special

D. fireworks

6. decorate

7. have

E. gifts

F. parades

8. a variety of

G. pie

9. light

H. the house

10. set off

I. dinner

J. dishes

MATCH THE WORDS TO COMPLETE THE WORD COMBINATIONS street F family A. a celebration I exchange B. decorations E pumpkin 5. special C. fires G 6. decorate J D. fireworks H 7. have E. gifts F. parades A 8. a variety of G. pie 9. light B H. the house C 10. set off I. dinner D J. dishes

MATCH THE WORDS TO COMPLETE THE WORD COMBINATIONS

  • street

F

  • family

A. a celebration

I

  • exchange

B. decorations

E

  • pumpkin

5. special

C. fires

G

6. decorate

J

D. fireworks

H

7. have

E. gifts

F. parades

A

8. a variety of

G. pie

9. light

B

H. the house

C

10. set off

I. dinner

D

J. dishes

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS What is Thanksgiving today? What decorations do people use? What gifts do people exchange? What special dishes do people cook?

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

  • What is Thanksgiving today?
  • What decorations do people use?
  • What gifts do people exchange?
  • What special dishes do people cook?

POSSIBLE ANSWERS Thanksgiving today is a big festival in the USA and Canada. People use candles, apples, leaves, corn and pumpkins to decorate their houses. People exchange Thanksgiving cards, flowers, cookies and chocolates. People cook turkey, yams and pumpkin pies.

POSSIBLE ANSWERS

  • Thanksgiving today is a big festival in the USA and Canada.
  • People use candles, apples, leaves, corn and pumpkins to decorate their houses.
  • People exchange Thanksgiving cards, flowers, cookies and chocolates.
  • People cook turkey, yams and pumpkin pies.

Countable / Uncountable Nouns an egg a pumpkin butter milk an apple a pie chocolate juice There is some milk. There is a pie.

Countable / Uncountable Nouns

an egg

a pumpkin

butter

milk

an apple

a pie

chocolate

juice

There is some milk.

There is a pie.

Countable / Uncountable Nouns There is some rice. There is a cake. There are some cakes. There is some cranberry sauce.

Countable / Uncountable Nouns

There is some rice.

There is a cake.

There are some cakes.

There is some cranberry

sauce.

TO SUM UP I know… (about Thanksgiving) Now I can… (talk about celebrations) It was interesting to… (read about the Pilgrims) It was difficult to… (learn new words) I was good at…  (doing exercises)

TO SUM UP

  • I know… (about Thanksgiving)
  • Now I can… (talk about celebrations)
  • It was interesting to… (read about the Pilgrims)
  • It was difficult to… (learn new words)
  • I was good at… (doing exercises)

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