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The Week of English

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Аfter World War II Pablo Picasso, was responsible for the decisive use of the dove of peace: his lithograph designed for the international peace congress in Paris, 1949, features the white ancestor of a new family of doves. Since then, graphic artists have produced an endless series of doves of peace in different shapes.

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2014-02-19

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ВІДДІЛ ОСВІТИ ВРАДІЇВСЬКОЇ РАЙДЕРЖАДМІНІСТРАЦІЇ

ВРАДІЇВСЬКА РАЙОННА ГІМНАЗІЯ

ТИЖДЕНЬ АНГЛІЙСЬКОЇ МОВИ У ГІМНАЗІЇ

УКЛАДАЧІ: Коваленко Ольга Михайлівна

Ізбаш Світлана Петрівна

Боровицька Олена Володимирівна

ВРАДІЇВКА 2012


ЗМІСТ

Передмова ……………………………………………………………………………..4

Понеділок:  The International Day of Peace ………………………………………..5

Вівторок: Arts Day ……………………………………………………………………11

Середа: Press-conference “Travelling to the English-Speaking Countries” ……...14

Четвер: The World of  Theatre ……………………………………………………25

Пятниця: The Festival of Music “With the Beatles” ………………………………31


The Week of English

For everyone

                    who knows,

                                      understands,

                                                             likes and

                                                                           is interested in English

MONDAY

The opening ceremony.

The International Day of Peace.

TUESDAY

     Arts Day.

WEDNESDAY

      Press-conference “Travelling to the English-Speaking Countries”.

THURSDAY

       The World of  Theatre

FRIDAY

       The Festival of Music “With the Beatles”

       Summing-up the results, awarding the winners of the contests.

Передмова

The busy have no time for tears.

Byron

       Загальновизнано, що позакласна робота з іноземної мови є невідємним складником всього процесу навчання іноземних мов. Правильно організована позакласна робота сприяє значному розширенню потенційного словника учнів, охоплює велике коло проблем і питань, які виходять за межі шкільної програми, поглиблює соціокультурні знання учнів. Крім того, позакласна робота стимулює учнів до поглибленого вивчення мови, з використанням резервів кожної особистості окремо і колективу учнів в цілому. Учні, які не змогли з різних причин реалізувати себе на уроці, мають можливість розкрити свої приховані здібності під час позакласної роботи, адже саме тут створюється спеціальна атмосфера взаєморозуміння, співробітництва, довіри, взаємодопомоги. Нестандартні форми проведення позакласної роботи надихають учнів на самовдосконалення: пошук даних для заповнення інформаційної прогалини, поглиблення набутих знань, розвиток мовної та мовленнєвої компетенції.

       Квінтесенцією вивчення іноземної мови щороку стає Тиждень англійської мови. Це не тільки звіт про виконану індивідуальну або групову роботу, це свято англійської мови, у якому беруть участь всі учні гімназії. Настрій свята, мовна атмосфера створюються за допомогою музики та пісень англійською мовою; кольоровим оформленням стіннівок, виставок, конкурсів; переглядом фільмів, презентацій, - тобто кожен день Тижня заповнений іноземною мовою.

     Пропонуємо зразок плану Тижня англійської мови і сподіваємося, що він зацікавить вчителів англійської мови загальноосвітніх шкіл і допоможе їм в організації та проведенні позакласної роботи з англійської мови.


MONDAY

The International Day of Peace

“Peace cannot be achieved through violence,

it can only be attained through understanding“.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

P1: Good morning, Ladies and Gentlemen! Welcome to our conference which is devoted to the

       International Day of Peace.

P2: Good morning, dear guests.

P1:  We are very glad to see the delegations from different countries of the world.

P2:  Let me just start by introducing them. I’d like to start by welcoming everybody.

P2:  At our conference there are the delegations from Canada, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, Spain, Ukraine and the USA. I’ve received apologies for absence from the delegations of Australia and Africa.

P1:  Do you all have a copy of the agenda? OK, as you can see, the theme of the conference is “The International Day of Peace” The motto of this year’s International Conference is “Youth for Peace and Development” because youth, peace and development are closely interlinked.

P2:  Today we also have a great holiday, which is called the Day of a Little White Dove. As you  know, a white dove is the symbol of peace and hope.

                Firstly, we are planning to offer you some ideas on how to celebrate the Day of a Little White Dove  and we’ll give you some interesting information about the symbols of peace.

                 Secondly, you’ll listen to the speech of the President of the International Youth Federation about the International Day of Peace.

                Finally, after the President’s speech there’ll be time for a discussion and questions.

P1:  We shall appreciate any fresh idea and any excellent advice because it is better to have done something than not to have done anything at all.

Chair: So, can we begin with the first item on the agenda? I’d like to ask Mr Brown to tell us about the Day of a Little White Dove and the symbols of peace. Please don’t interrupt him if you have any questions. Mr. Brown would be glad to take any questions at the end of his talk.

Mr. Brown: Today we have a great holiday, which is called the Day of a Little White Dove. As you know, a white dove is the symbol of peace and hope. It has become a good tradition to celebrate this day. It provides an opportunity for individuals, organizations and nations to create practical acts of peace on a shared date

      In addition to, I’d like to tell you some interesting facts about the symbols of peace. One of the most recognized symbols of peace is the dove. It's origins are from the story of Noah and the ark. When the rains that flooded the Earth stopped pouring down, Noah sent out various birds to see if they would bring back any sign of land to his boat. He was anxious to begin life again on dry pasturage. One dove eventually returned carrying an olive branch.

    After World War II Pablo Picasso, was responsible for the decisive use of the dove of peace: his lithograph designed for the international peace congress in Paris, 1949, features the white ancestor of a new family of doves. Since then, graphic artists have produced an endless series of doves of peace in different shapes.

    Picasso popularized doves again in the 1950s. When World War II ended, he was asked to create an image for the Peace Conference and he chose the Dove of Peace. This became an instant hit and he continued to portray doves for many years.

Chair: Are there any questions or comments on that?

Journalist 1: There are many symbolisms of peace such as the dove peace symbol and the peace symbol, but where did they come from and what do they actually mean?

Mr. Brown:  If you look at these symbols of peace, you will instantly recognize what they mean and understand the context that they are used in. When you see the dove peace symbol together with the olive branch, it is an obvious piece of symbolism that describes a noble goal. The peace symbol that is used is largely chosen for very specific reasons.

Journalist 2: Why is the white dove peace symbol consistent through Christianity, Judaism, and Islam as a peace symbol?

Mr. Brown: The reason for its use as a symbol of peace is the story of Noah and the release of the white dove to find land after the Great Flood. When the dove returned with an olive branch, which is another peace symbol, it was clear that the world was ready to welcome back man. The dove peace symbol is one that is clearly recognized all over the world.

Journalist 3: What can you say about other symbols and their designs?

Mr. Brown:   The next symbol that is as recognizable as the dove peace symbol is the semaphore design that was created for nuclear disarmament. The two symbols interposed over each other stand for the letters N and D, which are for nuclear disarmament. This is the most recognized peace symbol in the world along with the dove peace sign. This peace symbol has been branded on any number of items and has come to represent the hippie movement all over the world.

        The peace symbol, that is used, is largely dependent on the culture that they are being used in. Popular symbols like the dove peace sign and the nuclear disarmament peace symbol are instantly recognizable for what they represent. Other symbols that are used in different areas of the world may not be so easily recognized. The dove peace symbol and the nuclear disarmament peace symbol have transcended cultures and become something that the whole world can use to display an expression of peace.

Journalist 4: The popularity of these symbols shows how widespread the peace movement has become, doesn’t it?

Mr. Brown: Of course. When you consider all of the good works that have been accomplished by those using the dove peace symbol and the nuclear disarmament peace symbol, it is little wonder that they have become as well known as they have.

               The pursuit of world peace is a noble cause and one that will not be solved easily. When you are looking for a way to display your intent to the world, the signs and symbols that you use can say a great deal more than words. Without one single word, these two symbols have given a great deal of meaning to many causes in the pursuit of peace.

               The next time you see the dove peace symbol or the nuclear disarmament symbol, you will understand that they have a very rich history and have been used for many years for a variety of causes. They have helped many causes convey their message in a truly meaningful way that everyone in the world is able to understand immediately.

Journalist 5: The white dove has been the symbol of peace and hope for thousands of years. How has this innocent white bird struck such a chord with humanity?

Mr. Brown: Doves mate for life, are incredibly loyal to each other and work together to build their nest and raise their young. Because they tend to nest in areas that humans can watch, people picked up quickly on the idea that doves were dedicated, honorable and peaceful.

While hawks and other birds of prey would violently attack their neighbors, the dove was a bird of peace, eating seeds, easily trained to eat out of the hand or to become domesticated.

Journalist 6: Beginning with the Egyptians, wasn’t the dove as symbol of quiet innocence?

Mr. Brown: The Chinese felt the dove was a symbol of peace and long life.To early Greeks and Romans, doves represented love and devotion, and care for a family. The dove was the sacred animal of Aphrodite and Venus, the goddesses of love. The dove also symbolized the peaceful soul for many cultures.

     The Bible continued this symbolism, often referring to the dove as an animal representing love, loyalty, fidelity and honesty. The dove is entrusted with the olive branch when Noah hopes to find a new home for himself and his flock. The dove often also represents the Holy Spirit.

          Thank you for asking those questions.

P1:  Now I feel myself a bit nervous because I have got a very important task to introduce the

       President of the International Youth Federation to such extensive and competent audience.

        Ladies and Gentlemen! The President of the International Youth Federation for World

        Peace, Mr. George Wilson.

P3:  Good morning, I am George Wilson, the President of the International Youth Federation for World Peace and I want to thank you all for joining us here  today  for the conference.

The subject of my speech is real peace all over the world.

 My dear friends,

For some of us, peace is a day-to-day reality. Our streets are safe, our children go to school and a lot of families live happily.

      But for far too many people in the world today, those gifts are only an elusive dream. They live in chains: a climate of insecurity and fear. It is mainly for them that this day exists.

      Twenty-six years ago, the General Assembly proclaimed the International Day of Peace as a day of global ceasefire and non-violence. The United Nations has observed it ever since. It is meant to get people not just thinking of peace, but doing something about it.

      Yet, on this day as on the other 364, violence continues to claim innocent lives. And these last few weeks have seen tragic new escalations of conflict in several parts of the world.

      The International Youth Federation works for peace in many ways. We are doing our utmost to prevent further bloodshed. And we have had some successes.

      States are paying more attention to preventive diplomacy. UN peacekeeping missions -- and our efforts to support democracy and promote human rights -- are making a difference. And individual citizens everywhere, men and women in every society, are working to relieve suffering, and to build bridges between people of different faiths or cultures.

       In fact, there are fewer wars today than in previous decades. But still far too many. Every casualty of conflict is a failure, which reminds us how much more there is to do.

       In that spirit, I call on people everywhere to observe one minute of silence today, in the name of peace. Let us remember the victims of war. And let each of us pledge to do more, wherever we can make a difference, to bring about lasting peace.

         In conclusion, I’d like to say that in my opinion real peace is something that is in you all the time irrespective of what is going on outside; you are simply happy.

          Thank you for your attention.

P1: I’d like  to ask the delegations from different countries to tell us  about the International Day of Peace.

P2: The delegation of Canada.

International Day of Peace

       The 21st of September, 2011 is the eleventh International Day of Peace. The United Nations General Assembly decided (in resolution 55/282) on the 7th of September, 2001 that, beginning in 2002, the International Day of Peace should be observed on the 21st of September each year. The Assembly declared that the Day be observed as a day of global ceasefire and non-violence, an invitation to all nations and people to honour a cessation of hostilities during the International Day of Peace.

P1: The delegation of China.

International Day of Peace

     Each year, the Secretary-General, his Messengers of Peace, the entire UN system and many individuals, groups and organizations around the world use the Day of Peace to engage in activities that contribute to ceasefires, end conflict, bridge cultural divides and create tolerance.  

     "The International Day of Peace “is meant to be a day of global cease-fire, when all countries and all people stop all hostilities for the entire day. And it is a day on which people around the world observe a minute of silence at 12 noon local time.

          

P2: The delegation of France.

International Day of Peace

           The International Day of Peace is meant to be a day of non-violence and cease fire. In addition, the UN General Assembly has proclaimed 2010 as International Year of Youth: Dialogue and Mutual Understanding. A campaign was launched by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) on 12 August. I’m sure it will promote the ideals of respect for human rights and solidarity across generations, cultures, religions, and civilizations. Those are key elements that reinforce the foundations of a sustainable peace.

P1: The delegation of Germany.

International Day of Peace

      The UN invites all nations and people to honour a cessation of hostilities during the Day, and to otherwise commemorate the Day through education and public awareness on issues related to peace.

             Please take a moment to remember all of those, especially children who live daily amongst conflict.  And also to acknowledge those who fight for peace across the globe including the more than 100,000 men and women serve as UN Peacekeepers everyday to promote a more peaceful world.

            The key to peace is in the eyes, hearts and minds of children. Children all across the world belong to all of us, they are our future. Don’t forget  the child that is not within your sight, keep always in you heart and mind the children who suffer needlessly every day.

P2: The delegation of Great Britain.

International Day of Peace

          On the occasion of International Day of Peace, United Nations has asked young people from across the World to share the story of their work towards spreading the message of peace. The campaign slogan is Peace = Future, The math is easy.

           It proves the link between Peace and Development. Without one the other is not possible. Peace brings in harmony among nations, which enables a joint effort towards diminishing social evils. The real differences around the world today are not between Jews and Arabs; Protestants and Catholics; Muslims, Croats, and Serbs.  The real differences are between those who embrace peace and those who would destroy it; between those who look to the future and those who cling to the past; between those who open their arms and those who are determined to clench their fists.  

P1: The delegation of India.

International Day of Peace

        Some people say that they want to be left peaceful without worries. The peace they are talking about is not a living peace; it is a dead peace. It is a lifeless and dormant peace as a result of not knowing how to handle the various emotions in life. It is a peace that they crave for because life is too much for them to handle. It is like saying 'sour grapes' and moving away.

        Real peace is something that is in you all the time irrespective of what is going on outside; you are simply happy. Whatever may be the person or thing, your peace remains with you. People or circumstances do not alter it in any fashion.

       Gandhi said that power based on love is a thousand times more effective and permanent than the power gained through threat of punishment. If you've learned to "control" other people through threatening behavior, demeanor, or actions, those persons subjected to your power will be responding out of coercion, not out of respect or care for you. This is not a peaceful way to live.

P2: The delegation of Italy.

International Day of Peace

         The key to peace is in the eyes, hearts and minds of children. Children all across the world belong to all of us, they are our future. Don’t forget  the child that is not within your sight, keep always in you heart and mind the children who suffer needlessly every day. I’d like to provide some suggestions to help you to discover your journey to living in peace, a journey and way of life that ultimately only you can be responsible for.

         "The International Day of Peace “is meant to be a day of global cease-fire, when all countries and all people stop all hostilities for the entire day. And it is a day on which people around the world observe a minute of silence at 12 noon local time.

         Today, on International Peace Day there are many celebrations and peace marches to honour world peace in cities and countries worldwide.

P1: The delegation of Japan.

International Day of Peace

         The United Nation Association of Japan had presented the Japanese Peace Bell to the United Nations in June 1954. The bell was casted from metal coins collected from 60 different countries of the World.

         The Peace Bell, embodies the message of Peace of the whole world. The words, ' Long Live Absolute World Peace' is inscribed on the Peace bell. The bell resembles the Japanese Shinto Shrine and is made out of Cypress Wood. It is now kept at the 42nd Street and First Avenue New York City.

          The Peace Bell is rung twice a year – On the first day of spring and on the occasion of International Day of Peace.

P2: The delegation of Russia.

International Day of Peace

       Alfred Nobel was interested in social issues. He developed a special engagement in the peace movement. An important factor in Nobel’s interest in peace was his acquaintance with Bertha von Suttner. Perhaps his interest in peace was also due to the use of his inventions in warfare and assassination attempts? Peace was the fifth and final prize area that Nobel mentioned in his will.

        Henry Dunant, founder of the Red Cross, shared the first Nobel Peace Prize in 1901 with Frédéric Passy, a leading international pacifist of the time. In addition to humanitarian efforts and peace movements, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded for work in a wide range of fields including advocacy of human rights, mediation of international conflicts, and arms control

P1: The delegation of Spain

International Day of Peace

         Living in peace is about living harmoniously with yourself, others, and all sentient beings around you. Living in peace is both an outward and an inward process. Outwardly, living in peace is a way of life in which we respect and love each other in spite of our cultural, religious, and political differences. Inwardly, we all need to search our hearts and minds and understand the fear that causes the impulse to violence, for in continuing to ignore the rage within, the storm outside will never subside.

          While you will find your own meanings of peaceful existence and outward manifestations of a peaceful life according to your beliefs and lifestyle, there are some basics underpinning living in peace that cannot be overlooked, such as being non-violent, being tolerant, holding moderate views, and celebrating wondrous-life.

P2: The delegation of Ukraine.

International Day of Peace

        Youth, peace and development are closely interlinked: Peace enables development, which is critical in providing opportunities for young people, particularly those in countries emerging from conflict. Healthy, educated youth are in turn crucial to sustainable development and peace. Peace, stability and security are essential to achieving the Millennium Development Goals, aimed at slashing poverty, hunger, disease, and maternal and child death by 2015.

       The Secretary-General has recognized the incredible potential of youth which must be tapped to ensure these goals are met in their lifetimes.

        Each year, the Secretary-General, his Messengers of Peace, the entire UN system and many individuals, groups and organizations around the world use the Day of Peace to engage in activities that contribute to ceasefires, end conflict, bridge cultural divides and create tolerance.  

P2: Let me end up with a quotation that belongs to Ralph Waldo Emerson  “Peace cannot be achieved through violence, it can only be attained through understanding.”

P1: Thanks for your attention

P2: Good luck and happiness to everyone.


TU
ESDAY

Arts Day

Artist 1: Good afternoon, dear children!

Artist 2: Good afternoon, dear boys and girls!

Artist 1: I’m so glad to see you.  I’m in a good mood. How are you? I hope, you

             are all fine today.

Artist 2: I see everybody is well.

Artist 1: I’m an artist. I can paint much of what I can hear, see or touch.

Artist 2: I’m a professional artist too. I’ll show you the secrets of my paints and

             pencils. I’ll help you to make beautiful pictures.

Artist 1: Do you like drawing pictures? Do you have coloured pencils? Show me

             your green pencils. Let’s draw a big green frog.

Artist 2: Show me your dark green pencils. Let’s draw a tall green tree.

Artist 1: Show me your orange pencils. Let’s draw a number one.

Artist 2: Show me your brown pencils. Let’s draw a number two.

Artist 1: Show me your pink pencils. Let’s draw a number three.

Artist 2: Show me your red pencils. Let’s draw a beautiful red rose.

Artist 1: Show me your blue pencils. Let’s draw a modern blue dress.

Artist 2: Show me your grey pencils. Let’s draw a fat grey rat and a bad grey cat.

Artist 1: Show me your pictures. They are very beautiful.

Artist 2: I see you know all the colours and you have such pencils too.

Artist 1: You can draw very well. Let’s sing a song using your pictures.

The frog is green, green, green

And so is the tree.

One, two, three

One, two, three

One, two, three

The frog is green, green, green

And so is the tree.

One, two, three

One, two, three

One, two, three

Red, red, red the rose

Blue, blue, blue the dress

Grey, grey, grey the rat

And so is the cat.

Red, red, red the rose

Blue, blue, blue the dress

Grey, grey, grey the rat

And so is the cat.

Artist 1:  Now I’ll divide you into four teams. Do you see these four flowers? They

              can’t bloom. Let’s help the flowers and colour them. To do this read the

              colours on the petals and leaves.

Artist 2: The winner is the team …  which has coloured all the petals and leaves.

Artist 1: This is my picture “Little Indians.” Let’s count them and sing a very popular song “Ten little Indians”

One little, two little, three little Indians

Four little, five little, six little Indians

Seven little, eight little, nine little Indians

Ten little Indian boys.

Artist 2: Thank you very much. You can sing and count very well.

Artist 1: Children, prove me that you know all the colours. Answer my questions.

             What colour is the first little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the seventh little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the third little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the ninth little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the fifth little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the second little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the fourth little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the sixth little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the eighth little Indian boy’s shirt?

             What colour is the tenth little Indian boy’s shirt?

Artist 2: Fantastic. You know all the colours wonderfully.

Artist 1: Would you like to create your original pictures? Take your coloured

             pencils and create them together. Pair up with your friend

             and choose your favourite pencils. Be attentive. One pupil draws half of   

            the picture and the other child finishes it. Is everything clear? Colour your    

             pictures the way you like. You have only three minutes. Let’s begin.

Artist 2: Your time is over. Show us your pictures which you have just created.

Artist 1: You are good artists and you drew beautiful pictures.

Artist 2:  Let’s play the game “Check your memory” Be attentive. I’ll give out the

             copies of the picture to each of you. Your task will be to look at the

              picture attentively for one minute. After that I’ll take the pictures from

              you. Then you have to draw all the things drawn in the picture using

             different colours. Are you ready?  Let’s start!

Artist 1: I’m impressed. You are the best artists in the world.

Artist 2: Do you know the song “I see green, I see yellow.”

Artist 1: Well, it’s my favourite song too. Let’s sing it together.

I see green, I see yellow.

I see that big funny fellow.

I see white, I see black.

I see this and that, and that.

I see pink, I see brown.

I stand up and I sit down.

I see red, I see blue.

I see you, and you, and you.

Artist 2: Thank you very much for your beautiful pictures. You are very talented

             children. You can draw pictures and sing songs very well.

Artist 1: Thanks a lot to everyone. Be always clever, active and cheerful.

Artist 2: We wish you good luck. Good bye.


WEDNESDAY

Прес-конференція для учнів 7-10 класів

«Подорож до англомовних країн»

з використанням презентації PowerPoint

та тестових завдань.

Travelling to the English-Speaking Countries

Хід позакласного заходу:

Teacher: Dear children! Today we have a press-conference ?Travelling to the English-Speaking Countries?.

Slide 1

Our main aim is to improve our knowledge, to learn new words and expressions, to listen to some new and interesting information about English-Speaking countries and to do some tests.

    Imagine that the delegations from the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand came to our gymnasia.  

    Will you present us your country.

Pupil 1: The United Kingdom is situated off the northwest coast of Europe between the Atlantic Ocean on the north and northwest and the North Sea on the east. It is separated from the Continent by the English Channel. The United Kingdom includes Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Isles of Man and Channel Islands. Great Britain, the largest island in Europe, contains England, Scotland and Wales.

Slide 2

Pupil 2: The United Kingdom has an area of 94,249 square miles. The population of the United Kingdom is 56,6 million people. The capital of the country is London. English is the official language. The climate of Great Britain is temperate and mild. It is never hot in summer or too cold in winter. It often rains in England. The surface of England and Ireland is flat, but Scotland and Wales are mountainous.  

Pupil 3: The main rivers are the Thames, the Severn, the Clyde, the Trent and the Mersey. The longest river is the Severn. The largest cities of the country are London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Glasgow. The important ports are London, Cardiff, Glasgow. There are many universities, colleges, libraries, museums and theatres in the country. The most famous universities are Cambridge University, Oxford University, Glasgow University.

Slide 3

Teacher: You have listened to the delegation of the UK. Now let’s do a test. This test will show how you understood the information.

The UK

Choose the right item:

1. The United Kingdom is situated  off …

a. the southeast coast   b. northwest coast   c. southwest coast

2. It is washed by …

a. the Atlantic ocean and the Pacific Ocean     b. the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean    c. the Arctic Ocean and the North Sea.

3. The UK is separated from the Continent by …

a. English Channel    b. the North Sea      c. the Black Sea

4. The largest island of the UK contains …

a. England and Scotland     b. Ireland, England and Scotland     c. Scotland, England and Wales

5. The climate of Great Britain is …

a. very cold      b. warm and temperate    c. mild and temperate

6. The surface of England and Ireland is …

a. flat      b. mountainous     c. a vast plain

7. The longest river in Great Britain is …

a. the Thames    b. the Severn      c. the Trent

8. The United Kingdom includes …

a. Northern Ireland and the Isles of Man     b. England and Scotland     c. Great Britain and Northern Ireland

9. It is never too … in summer or too … in winter

a. warm … cool       b. hot … cold       c. rainy  …  windy

10. The important … are London, Cardiff, Glasgow.

a. ports     b. cities      c. districts

11. The full name of the country is …

a. Great Britain     b. England      c. the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

12. It often … in England

a. snows       b. rains      c. cool

Teacher: Now the delegation from the USA will tell about its country.

Pupil 4: The United States is located on the continent of North America and is the 4th-largest country in the world. It has an area of 540,939 square miles. It is bordered on the north by Canada, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, on the south by the Gulf of Mexico and Mexico, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. The population of the USA is 238,7 million people.

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Pupil 5: The capital of the country is Washington, D.C. (District Columbia). It was named in honour of the first President whose name was George Washington. People of different nationalities live in the USA. There are many scientific institutions, museums, libraries, theatres and other

places of interest there. The USA is a federal republic.

Congress is the American parliament, which consists of two Chambers, the House of  Representatives and the Senate. The President is the head of State and Government.

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Test

The USA

1. The USA is located on the continent of …

a. South America     b. Central America     c. North America

2. The USA is the … country in the world.

a. fourth-largest       b. fifth-largest      c. third-largest

3. The USA is bordered on the north by …

a. the Atlantic Ocean     b. the Gulf of Mexico     c. Canada

4. It is washed by …

a. the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico    b. the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico     c. the Atlantic Ocean and the

Pacific Ocean

5. Washington was named I honour of the … whose name was George Washington

a. fifth President     b.  first President    c.  last President

6. The official language of the United States is …

a. American      b. English      c. German

7. Congress consists of two Chambers …

a. the House of Lords and the House of Commons   b. the House of Commons and the Senate   c. the House of Representatives and the Senate

8.  …  is the head of State and Government

a.  The Prime Minister    b. The President     c. The Queen

9. The USA is …

a. a federal republic    b. a parliamentary monarchy    c. self-governing state

10. People  of … live in the United States.

a. one nationality    b. different nationalities   c. different origin

11. The capital of the USA is …

a. New York     b. Washington     c. London

12. The full name of the country is …

a. America     b. the United States    c. the United States of America

Teacher: Now let’s listen to?the information about Canada.

Pupil 6:  Canada covers all of the North American continent north of the US except Alaska and the small French Islands. Its total area of 3,851,809 square miles, makes it the second largest country in the world. Canada is bordered by three oceans, the Atlantic, the Arctic and the Pacific. The population of Canada is 25,7 million people. The capital of the country is Ottawa. Canada is a nation composed  of two linguistic and cultural groups: French and English. That’s why the two official languages of Canada are English and French. In the north of the country there are 330,000 Indians and 25,000 Eskimos who are the original  peoples of the North, Central and South America.

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Pupil 7: The Great Lakes which include lakes Superior, Huron, Erie  and Ontario Canada shares with the United States. Besides the Great Lakes there are also Great Bear Lake, Great Slave Lake, Lake Winnipeg and many smaller ones. The most admirable sight which attracts tourists from all over the world is the Niagara Falls. They are on the Niagara River between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. All parts of the country have cold weather in winter.

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Pupil 8: Canada is a self-governing federal state. Formally the head of state is the King or Queen of England. Canada includes ten provinces: Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and two territories:  Yukon and the Northern Territories. Canada has a Parliament. The Canadian Parliament is made up of the House of Commons and the Senate. Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Quebec and Hamilton are Canada’s most important cities. The country has also the largest ports in  the world. Canada’s large ports are Quebec,?Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

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Test

Canada

1. Canada covers all of the … American continent.

a. South     b. Central      c. North

2. Canada is located  on … of the US except Alaska.

a. north     b. south    c. east

3. Canada is washed by …

a. the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean    b. the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Arctic Ocean

c.  the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean

4. The capital of  Canada is …

a. Ottawa   b. Toronto   c. Montreal

5. The official languages of Canada are …

a. English and German     b. English and Indian    c. French and English

6. … are the original people of the North, Central and South America.

a. English and French    b. Indians and Eskimos    c. Canadians

7. Canada is a self-governing ….

a. federal state    b. independent state    c. federal republic

8. Formally the head of the stare is … of England.

a. the President     b. the Prime Minister     c. the Queen

9. The Canadian Parliament is made up of …

a. the House of Commons and the House of Lords   b. the House of Commons and the Senate  c. the House of Representatives and the Senate

10. The most admirable sight which attracts tourists from all over the world is ….

a. the Niagara River   b. the Great Lakes   c. the Niagara Falls

11. All parts of the country have … in winter.

a. cold weather    b. warm weather      c. hot weather

12. The Niagara Falls are on the Niagara Falls between …

a. Lake Erie and Lake Huron     b. Lake Ontario and Lake Erie   c. Lake Huron and Lake Ontario

Teacher: Now let’s travel to Australia

Pupil 9: Australia is a self-governing federal state. It is situated in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean, occupying the continent of Australia and a number of islands, of which Tasmania is the most important. Australia is a continent-island washed on its western shoreline by the Indian Ocean and on its east coast by the Pacific Ocean. Australia has an area of 2,965,00square miles, includes six states and two territories. 16 million people now live in Australia. The federal capital of the country is Canberra. The official language is English. Australia’s climate is warm and dry. As Australia is situated in the south hemisphere, it has winter when we have summer in the northern hemisphere, and summer when we have winter. Summer is from December to February; autumn (fall) Mach to May; winter – June to August; and spring – September to November.

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Pupil 10: There are many unusual animals in Australia. The best known are the kangaroo, duckbilled platypus,  the wallaby, the koala bear, the dingo or wild dog and the possum. The emu is the large Australian bird which cannot fly but runs well. The emu and the kangaroo are represented on the national emblem of Australia. Australia is the flattest of the continents.

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Test

Australia

1. Australia is situated  in the southwest of the …

a.  Atlantic Ocean      b. Pacific Ocean      c. Indian Ocean

2. It is washed  by …

a. the Pacific Ocean and the  Indian Ocean   b. the Atlantic Ocean and  the  Indian Ocean   c. the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean

3. The federal capital of the country is …

a. Sydney      b. Canberra    c. Melbourne

4. The official language of the country is ….

a. French   b. Australian   c. English

5. Australia’s climate is relatively …

a. warm and wet     b. dry and warm    c. dry and cool

6. Australia is situated in  the … hemisphere.

a. south   b northern     c. western

7. Winter in Australia is from … to ….

a. December … February   b. March … May    c. June … August

8. Spring in  Australia is from … to …

a. June … August   b. September … November   c.. March … May    

9. … are represented on the national emblem of Australia.

a. The emu and the kangaroo    b. The koala bear and the emu    c. The possum and the dingo

10. Australia has winter when we have …

a. autumn   b. spring    c. summer

11. The emu is  a large bird which …

a. can fly and runs well    b. cannot fly but runs well   c. cannot run well but flies well

12. Australia includes …

a. 5 states and 2 territories    b. 6 states and 2 territories    c. 6 states and 3 territories   

Teacher: And now the last travelling to the English-Speaking country. It is New Zealand.

Pupil 11: New Zealand is an independent state. It is situated southeast of Australia. It consists of North Island, South Island, Stewart Island, the Chatham Island, and several island groups. New Zealand has a total area of 103,736 square miles. Over 3,3 million people now live in the country. The capital of the country is Wellington. English is the universal language, although Maori is still spoken among the Maori population and is taught in the Maori schools. New Zealand has a temperate wet ocean climate. The chief rivers are the Waikato, the  Wairu, the Rangitata, the Clutha, etc.

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Pupil 12: There few native animals in the country. Among the non-flying birds the most interesting is the kiwi, it is found only in New Zealand, and it has become the national emblem. New Zealand has close links with Britain and formally the head of the state is King or Queen of Great Britain. The Parliament consists of one House only, the House of Representatives. The  Prime Minister is the head of the government.

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Slide 14

Test

New Zealand

1. New Zealand is …

a. an independent state   b. a parliamentary monarchy    c. a federal republic    

2. It is situated … of Australia.

a. northeast      b. southeast     c. southwest

3. New Zealand consists of …  and several island groups

a. 4  large islands  b. 5  large islands  c. 3 large islands  

4. The  capital of New Zealand is …

a. Auckland    b. Christchurch      c. Wellington

5. The Maori population still speaks …

a. English     b. Maori     c. French

6. New Zealand has a … climate.

a. temperate wet ocean     b. warm and dry     c. warm and wet

7. There are … native animals in the country.

a. many     b. a lot of    c. few

8. Among the non-flying birds the most interesting is …

a. the emu    b. the kiwi    c. penguin

9. Formally the head of the state is … of England.

a. the President     b. the Prime Minister     c. the Queen

10. The Parliament consists of … only.

a. one House    b. two Houses    c. three Houses

11. …. is the head of the government.

a. The President     b. The Prime Minister     c. The Queen

12. English is the … language in New Zealand

a. official      b. state    c. universal

Teacher: Our travelling has finished. Now you can summarize your scores and see what you  have remembered about English-Speaking countries. Your home-task is to write down the composition “My Impressions of the Travelling to the English-Speaking countries ”



THURSDAY

“The World of  Theatre”.

P1: - Good afternoon, dear boys and girls.

P2: - Good afternoon, dear friends.

P1: - We are very glad to see you.

P2: - I think you’ll spend your free time wonderfully.

P1: - Sometimes we imagine that we visit the places we have never been before.

P2: - We invite you to visit an imaginary kingdom “The World of the Theatre”.

P1: - I hope you will watch plays with great interest and become a part of adventure

P2: - You will feel the way the main characters of the plays feel, you will think the   

       way they think and you will face the same problems they do.

P1: - Remember, the characters of plays will live as long as your imagination.

P2: - Now, you are not only simple viewers, you are the active participants.

P1: - Welcome to our kingdom “The World of the Theatre”.

P2: - The pupils of the 7th form are going to show us a wonderful play which is

       called “The Sun and the Wind”

P1: - The main characters of this play are the wind, Mr Wind, the sun, Mr Sun and   

       a man, Mr Black.

(Play “The Sun and the Wind”)

P2: - The next play is very interesting and exciting. It’s called “The Lion’s Den”

P1: - The pupils of the 7th form will be very glad to show it to you.

P2: - The main characters of this play are a strong King Lion, a brave dog, a smart

       monkey and a sly fox.

( Play “The Lion’s Den”)

P1: - Do you like cheese?

P2: - Of course.

P1: - Have you ever found a piece of cheese in the street or in the park?

P2: - Never.

P1: - But the main characters of the next play, a cat and a rabbit, found a big piece

       of cheese in the wood.

P2: - Fantastic. What did they do with it?

P1: - I don’t know but the fox was very happy. Let’s watch a play “Which piece is

       mine?” The pupils of the 6th form will show it to us.

(Play “Which piece is mine?”)

P2: - You know that people are very clever but some animals are clever too.

P1: - Sure, the pupils of the 6th form want to improve that sometimes some birds

       may be cleverer than a man.

P2: - The play is called “The Hunter and the Bird”

P2: - The main characters of this play are a hungry hunter, a Red Bird, a Green

       Bird and a cleverYellow Bird.

(Play “The Hunter and the Bird”)

P1: - Have you ever seen monkeys?

P2: - Of course, at the zoo. They are very funny.

P1: - I think so. The pupils of the 5th form adore monkeys.

P2: - Now, they are ready to show us a funny play about little monkeys and a

      strange man with many hats on his head. Isn’t it interesting?

P1: - Why is this play called “The Caps for Sale”?

P2: - I can’t answer your question. Let’s take our comfortable seats and watch this

      play with our spectators together.

P1:  - With pleasure.

( Play “The Caps for Sale.”)

P1: - Are you afraid of cats?

P2: - Oh, no. I like them very much.

P1: - Are you afraid of mice?

P2: - Oh, yes. I’m afraid of them.

P1: - Don’t worry. They are an imaginary, not a real thing.

P2: - Who knows.

P1: - The pupils of the 5th form aren’t afraid of mice.

P2: - Why?

P1: - Because, they have a big black cat in their classroom.

P2: - Really?

P1: - It’s a joke.

P2: - The main characters of their play “The Mice and the Cat” are little mice,      

       a clever old mouse and a big red cat.

(Play “The Mice and the Cat”)

P2: Thanks to our young actors and actresses we visited a mystery kingdom “The

     World of the Theatre”

P1: - Dear boys and girls! We enjoyed your plays. They were splendid. Thank you

      very much. You performed very well.

P2: - The greatest English writer William Shakespeare wrote “The world is a stage

       and people are merely actors”

P1: - It’s true. The world of theatre lets look at ourselves and become better.

P2: - Are you happy? If we are happy we always sing a song “Every little cell in

       my body is happy.” Let’s sing it together.

( Song “Every little cell in my body is happy.”)

A song “Every little cell in my body is happy.”

Every little cell in my body is happy.

Every little cell in my body is well.

Every little cell in my body is happy.

Every little cell in my body is well.

I’m so glad, every little cell

                                             in my body is happy and well.

I’m so glad, every little cell

                                              in my body is happy and well.

P1: - Thank you for your attention.

P2: - The show is over. See you.

PLAYS

The Sun and the Wind

Wind:  - Whooooo! I’m Mr. Wind. Whooooo! How strong I am! I’m stronger    

              than the sun!

Sun:   -  Oh, no, Mr. Wind. Look at me. I’m a big hot sun.  I’m stronger than

             you, Mr. Wind.

Wind:  - Let us see. Look at that man. He is in a black coat.

Sun:    - Where? Oh, I see him.

Wind:  - Let us see who can take off his coat.

Sun:     -  All right.

Wind: - I’ll begin. (He begins to blow.) Whooooo! I want that coat.

Man:   - Oh, how cold it is!

Wind: - Whooooo! I want that coat.

Man:   - Oh, what a strong wind!

Wind:  - Whooooo! I want that coat.

Man:    - I’m so cold! I’m glad that I have a warm coat.

Wind: - Whooooo! I can’t take off his coat.

Sun:    - Well, Mr. Wind, you aren’t so strong. I’ll try to take off his coat. (The sun

             shines on the man)

Man:   - Now I’m not so cold. What a funny day! First it was cold but now it is hot.

            (The sun shines and shines)

Man:   - Now I’m too hot. I’ll take off my coat. (The man takes off his coat)

Sun:    - Wow! I’m stronger than you, Mr. Wind!

Wind:  Well, Mr. Sun. The man took off his coat for you. I see that you are strong.    

           But I’m strong too. - Whooooo!

The Lion’s Den.

Lion:      I’m a king. I’m King Lion.

Dog:       Bow-wow. I’m a brave dog. I’m a lion’s friend

Monkey: Hoo-Hoo. I’m a funny monkey. I’m a lion’s friend too.

Fox:        I’m a sly fox. You are our strong King Lion, the King of all animals. I’m    

              glad to be your friend.

Lion:      You are all my good friends. But do you always tell me the truth?

Dog:       Certainly.

Mouse:   Of course.

Fox:        I’m proud of you, my dear King Lion.

Lion:      Well, I want you tell me how my den smells.  

Dog:       Oh, Lion, I’m your good friend and I’m not afraid to tell you the truth.

              Your den smells badly.

Lion:   (angrily) GRRRRRR! You are not a very good friend. How can you say

         that my den smells badly? Get out – and don’t come back, or I’ll eat you up!

Mouse:    What a fool! You are a silly dog! Oh, Lion, I’m your good friend and I’ll

                tell you the truth. Your den smells like flowers…Hmmm, flowers…

Lion:  (angrily) GRRRRRR! You are a bad monkey! You are a fool too! Get out –   

          and don’t come back, or I’ll eat you up!

Lion:   (looking at the fox) And you, a red fox? How do you think my den smells?

Fox:     Oh, my dear King Lion, the King of all animals, I can’t tell you.

Lion:    Why? Why?!

Fox:     I can’t tell you because I have a bad cold. (sneezing and coughing) Sorry,

           but I can’t smell anything.

Lion:    You are very clever, my friend. You have saved my feelings and your own

           skin.

Fox:    Thank you, my dear King. You are clever, very clever but I’m very sly.

Which piece is mine?

Cat:                   I’m a little cat, Pussy.

Rabbit:              I’m a little rabbit, Bunny.

Cat and Rabbit: We are good friends.

Cat:                  Bunny, let’s go for a walk.

Rabbit:             With pleasure. Let’s go to the wood.

Cat:                  OK.

Rabbit:             Oh, what is this?

Cat:                  We have found a big piece of cheese.

Rabbit:              I like cheese.

Cat:                   I like cheese too.

Rabbit:              Let’s cut this cheese into two pieces. Then we’ll each have a piece.

Cat:                   You are right.

Rabbit:              I’ll make the pieces the same size.

Cat:                   Look! One piece is a little bigger than the other.

Rabbit:              I’ll take the bigger piece.

Cat:                   Don’t take it. I want the bigger piece.

Rabbit:              Dear Mr. Fox, help us, please.

Cat:                   We have two pieces of cheese. I want the bigger piece. The rabbit

                         wants the bigger piece too. Which piece of mine?

Fox:                 I’ll help you. I’ll bite the bigger piece so they will be the same size.

Cat:                   Now the other piece is bigger!

Fox:                 That’s all right. I’ll bite it too.

Rabbit:              Now the first piece is bigger again.

Fox:                 I’ll bite it again. Then they will be the same size.

Cat:                   I don’t see the first piece.

Fox:                 Now I’ll eat the other piece too. Then they will be the some size.

Rabbit:             Now we have no cheese at all.

Cat:                  It’s a lesson for us to be clever in future.

The Hunter and the Bird

Hunter:      I’m a hunter. I’m very hungry. I want some birds to eat! I’ll look in my

                 traps.  Aha!    Here is a little bird to eat!

Red Bird:   Oh, Hunter. See how small I am! I’m not big for a good supper. My

                 brother is in that trap. He is bigger than I am.

Hunter:     All right. Fly away. I’ll go to the second trap. Oh, you are a little bigger.

                 I’ll eat you.

Green Bird: Oh, Hunter. Look at me. I’m not fat. My brother is in that big trap. He

                  is big and fat. You can eat him for your supper.

Hunter:     All right. Fly away. I’ll go to the third trap. Oh, you are right! This bird

                 is big and fat!

Yellow Bird: Oh, Hunter, I’m big and fat. Do you know why?

Hunter:     I don’t know. Why?

Yellow Bird:  I’m so clever. I’m so wise. I always know how to get a good supper.

                      If you let me go, I’ll tell you how to be clever.

Hunter:       Very well, what must I do to be clever?

Yellow Bird: Do as I say: Open your hands.

                                         Shut your eyes.

                                         Then I tell you,

                                         How to be wise!

Hunter:        Oh, Bird! You are free. Now tell me how to be clever. I want to be

                    wise.

Yellow Bird:  Of course, I’ll tell you. Listen to me. Be attentive.

                     A wise proverb says: “A bird in the hand is worth two in the tree.”

 Red Bird:    Do you know this proverb?

Green Bird:  Do you understand it?

 Yellow Bird:    Good bye, silly hunter. We are flying away.      

Hunter: Oh, I’m a poor hungry hunter. Oh, I’m a silly hungry hunter.

The Mice and the Cat

Little Mouse: I’m hungry. Let’s go to the kitchen.

White Mouse: Oh, no. I’m afraid of a big red cat.

Little Mouse: He is sleeping now. Let’s go!

Black Mouse: No, I’m afraid of a big red cat, too.

Little Mouse: I’m hungry. I don’t know what to do.

Grey Mouse: Oh, little mouse, what can we do? We are afraid of the cat.

White Mouse: This cat is very big and bad. He can eat us.

Little Mouse: I’m hungry. I hate this cat. What shall we do?

Black and white mouse: I know. I know! Let’s go to the old clever mouse. She

                                      lives in the field not far from our house. She can help us.

Little Mouse: OK. Let’s go.

Black Mouse: Good morning, dear old mouse.

Old Mouse: Good morning, my dear mice. How are you?

Little Mouse: Very bad. We don’t know what to do.

Grey Mouse: A big red cat lives in our house.

Black and white mouse: He eats many mice every day.

White Mouse: We are afraid of him. The big red cat will kill us all.

Black Mouse: What can we do? Help us, old clever mouse.

Mice: Help us! Help!

Old Mouse: Oh, my dear mice. Let me think a little.

City mice: We know what to do. We are cool city mice.

The first mouse: The cat kills you because you don’t hear him.

The second mouse: Let’s put a bell round his neck.

The third mouse: Then you’ll hear him before he comes into the room.

White Mouse: That’s a very good idea.

Black Mouse: Now the big bad red cat won’t kill us.

Grey Mouse: We are very glad and happy.

Little Mouse: Let’s dance and sing.

Old Mouse: Oh, my dear little mice. I want to ask one question.

                  Who will put the bell round the cat’s neck?

The Caps for Sale

Man:        Caps! Caps for sale! Ten dollars a cap!

         I have a lot of caps for sale. They are very beautiful! Look at them. They

        are red, green, white, brown and blue. Caps! Caps for sale! Ten dollars a cap!

        Nobody wants to buy them. Why? They are so nice. What shall I do?

        I’ll go for a walk. I’m tired. Oh, I can see a big tree. It’s a nice place for a rest

(He slept for a long time)

Man: Where are my caps? Where are my beautiful caps? Where are my caps for   

        sale? Oh, monkeys!!! You are bad monkeys! You must give me back my

        caps?

Monkey 1: It’s my red cap. I like it very much.

Man:          No! It’s mine.

Monkey 2: It’s my green cap. I like it very much.

Man:         No! It’s mine.

Monkey 3: It’s my white cap. I like it very much.

Man:         No! It’s mine.

Monkey 4: It’s my brown cap. I like it very much.

Man:       No! It’s mine.

Monkey 5: It’s my blue cap. I like it very much.

Man:          No! It’s mine. What can I do? I’m so angry!!!

Monkey 1: I’m so funny. It’s my red cap.

Monkey 2: I’m so happy. It’s my green cap.

Monkey 3: I’m so glad. It’s my white cap.

Monkey 4: I’m so pretty. It’s my brown cap.

Monkey 5: I’m so beautiful. It’s my blue cap.

Man: These caps are mine. Give me back my caps! I’m so angry!!! I’m very angry!

Monkeys: Tsz, tsz, tsz, tsz, tsz, tsz

Man: Little monkey in the tree

        This is what he says to me:

                “Thi. Thi, thi, the, the, the,

                 The, the, the, thi, thi, thi.”

                                  “Thi. Thi, thi, the, the, the,

                                    The, the, the, thi, thi, thi.”

Man: Caps! Caps for sale! Ten dollars a cap! Caps! Caps for sale!

FRIDAY

The Festival of Music

“With the Beatles”

       

 "The thing about The Beatles is that

they saved the world from boredom."

--George Harrison

Rock and Roll Music (a dance)

Which band could play more instruments? Beatles

Which band had more vocalists? Beatles

Which band was more socially important? Beatles

Which band had more number one hits? Beatles

Which band is still played more often on the radio? Beatles

Today we are going to sing popular songs of the famous British rock band -   

                                                                                                                BEATLES!!!

The Beatles is a legendary English rock band which was formed in Liverpool in 1960. The band consisted of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. The group worked in different genres, ranging from folk rock to psychedelic pop. They achieved natural popularity and success in late 1962 with their first single which was called "Love Me Do".

"Love Me Do”

"Little Child" is a song by The Beatles from their album “With the Beatles”. It was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney for Ringo Starr. McCartney describes "Little Child" as being a "work song", or an "album filler". The music critic Richie Unterberger of Allmusic  said “ The song "Little Child" might not be a work of genius, but it's sheer rock'n'roll fun.”

"Little Child”

The origin of the song “My Bonnie” is unknown. It is a traditional Scottish folk song which remains popular in Western culture. The song itself is not about a woman, it's a woman singing about her loved one, her "bonnie", which is old Scots dialect. There are numerous variations of this song.  “My Bonnie” had been chosen because of its popularity with Hamburg's sailors; it was part of The Beatles' live set for the same reason.

“My Bonnie”

"Let It Be" is a song by The Beatles, released in March 1970 as a single. It was written by Paul McCartney who said in a later interview about the dream that his mother had told him, "It will be all right, just let it be." The song "Let It Be" holds the number-one spot on "The Fans' Top 10" poll included in The 100 Best Beatles Songs.

"Let It Be"

Ain't She Sweet was written in 1927 by songwriters Milton Ager and Jack Yellen, and it quickly became a standard. The Beatles recorded this song in June, 1961 in Hamburg, Germany. This song was actually a minor hit during 1964.

“Ain't She Sweet”

"Yellow Submarine" was written by Paul McCartney with lead vocals by Ringo Starr. This song went to number 1 on every major British chart, remained at number 1 for four weeks and charted for 13 weeks. It won an award "for the highest certified sales of any single issued in the UK in 1966"

"Yellow Submarine"

"Yesterday" is a song originally recorded by The Beatles for their 1965 album “Help!” The song remains popular today with more than 3,000 recorded cover versions, one of the most covered songs in the history of recorded music. "Yesterday" is a melancholy acoustic guitar ballad about a break-up. The song was not released as a single in the United Kingdom at the time of its release in the United States. "Yesterday" was voted the best song of the 20th century.    

According to Guinness World Records, "Yesterday" has the most cover versions of any song ever written. The song “Yesterday” is a great work of art from Paul McCartney and will stay in memory forever.

"Yesterday"

"Back in the U.S.S.R." is a 1968 song by The Beatles (credited to the song writing partnership Lennon–McCartney but primarily written by Paul McCartney) which opens the double-disc album The Beatles, also known as The White Album. The song was released as a single in Great Britain in 1976. In order to make the song sound more like a Beach Boys number, he encouraged McCartney to "talk about the girls all around Russia, the Ukraine and Georgia" in the lyrics.

"Back in the U.S.S.R."

The title of this song comes from a Reggae band called Jimmy Scott and his Obla Di Obla Da Band. Paul McCartney wrote this and The Beatles spent a great deal of time recording it. The song was released as a single in many countries, but not in the United Kingdom, nor in the United States until 1976.

“Ob-La-Di    Ob-La-Da

This song is a true classic. It is one of the greatest songs of all-time. "Oh, Pretty Woman" is a song, released in August 1964, which was a worldwide success. The lyric song tells the story of a man who sees a pretty woman walking by. He yearns for her and wonders if, as beautiful as she is, she might be lonely like he is. At the last minute, she turns back and joins him.

"Oh, Pretty Woman"

This song contains one of the more unusual structures in any Beatles song, featuring two-and-one-half verses. The Beatles recorded "I'll Be Back" in 16 takes in June 1964. "I'll Be Back" is a John Lennon composition credited to Lennon and McCartney, and recorded by The Beatles for the soundtrack to their film "A Hard Day's Night".

"I'll Be Back"

"All Together Now" is a song by The Beatles written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. Paul McCartney described the song as a children's sing-along with the title phrase inspired by the music hall tradition of asking the audience to join in.

"All Together Now"

"Twist and Shout" is a song written by Phil Medley and Bert Russell. It was originally titled "Shake It Up, Baby". It was covered by The Beatles with John Lennon on the lead vocals and originally released on their first album “Please Please Me.” The Beatles used this song  to end many of their early live performances. It was always a huge hit when they played it in concert.

"Twist and Shout"

    The Beatles is a classical rock band of the 20th century and one of the most famous band in the world. The Beatles were honored as the most important and influential people of the last century. After their break-up in 1970, the ex-Beatles each found success in individual musical careers. John Lennon was murdered outside his home in New York City in 1980, and George Harrison died in Los Angeles of metastatic lung cancer in 2001. Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr remain active.

         I believe that those guys from Liverpool show us that if you want something, you can achieve it. They achieved fascinating success and they are still popular in present time. The Beatles is a band which has changed a lot of lives for the better even ours.

SONGS

The Beatles - Love Me do

(Lennon McCartney)

Love, love me do

You know I love you

I'll always be true

So please, love me do

Whoa, love me do

Love, love me do

You know I love you

I'll always be true

So please, love me do

Whoa, love me do

Someone to love

Somebody nо

Someone to love

Someone like you

Love, love me do

You know I love you

I'll always be true

So please, love me do

Whoa, love me do

Love, love me do

You know I love you

I'll always be true

So please, love me do

Whoa, love me do

Yeah, love me do

Whoa, oh, love me do

The Beatles "Little Child"

(Lennon/McCartney)

Little child, little child,

Little child, won't you dance with me?

I'm so sad and lonely,

Baby take a chance with me.

Little child, little child,

Little child, won't you dance with me?

I'm so sad and lonely,

Baby take a chance with me.

If you want someone

To make you feel so fine,

Then we'll have some fun

When you're mine, all mine,

So come on, come on, come on.

Little child, little child,

Little child, won't you dance with me?

I'm so sad and lonely,

Baby take a chance with me.

When you're by my side,

You're the only one,

Don't run and hide,

Just come on, come on,

Just come on, come on, come on.

Little child, little child,

Little child, won't you dance with me?

I'm so sad and lonely,

Baby take a chance with me.

Baby take a chance with me.

Baby take a chance with me.

The Beatles - My Bonnie

(Traditional, arranged by Tony Sheridan)

My Bonnie lies over the ocean

My Bonnie lies over the sea

My Bonnie lies over the ocean

Oh bring back my Bonnie to me

My Bonnie lies over the ocean

My Bonnie lies over the sea

Well my Bonnie lies over the ocean

Yeah bring back my Bonnie to me

Yeah bring back, ah bring back

Oh bring back my Bonnie to me to me

Oh bring back, oh bring back

Oh bring back my Bonnie to me

Well my Bonnie lies over the ocean

My Bonnie lies over the sea

Yeah my Bonnie lies over the ocean

Oh I said bring back my Bonnie to me

Yeah bring back, ah bring back

Oh bring back my Bonnie to me to me

Oh bring back, ah bring back

Oh bring back my Bonnie to me

The Beatles - Ain't She Sweet

Oh ain't she sweet

Well see her walking down that street

Yes I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't she nice

Well look her over once or twice

Yes I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she nice?

Just cast an eye

In her direction

Oh me oh my

Ain't that perfection?

Oh I repeat

Well don't you think that's kind of neat?

Yes I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't she sweet

Well see you walking down that street

Well I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't that nice

Well look it over once or twice

Yes I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she nice?

Just cast an eye

In her direction

Oh me oh my

Ain't that perfection?

Oh I repeat

Well don't you think that's kind of neat?

Yes I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she sweet?

Oh ain't she sweet

Well see you walking down that street

Well I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she sweet?

Well I ask you very confidentially

Ain't she sweet?

The Beatles "Yesterday"

(Lennon/McCartney)

Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away

Now it looks as though they're here to stay

Oh, I believe in yesterday.

Suddenly, I'm not half to man I used to be,

There's a shadow hanging over me.

Oh, yesterday came suddenly.

Why she had to go I don't know she wouldn't say.

I said something wrong, now I long for yesterday.

Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play.

Now I need a place to hide away.

Oh, I believe in yesterday.

Mm mm mm mm mm

The Beatles "Yellow Submarine"

(Lennon/McCartney)

In the town where I was born

Lived a man who sailed to sea

And he told us of his life

In the land of submarines

So we sailed up to the sun

Till we found the sea of green

And we lived beneath the waves

In our yellow submarine

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

And our friends are all on board

Many more of them live next door

And the band begins to play

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

As we live a life of ease

Everyone of us has all we need

Sky of blue and sea of green

In our yellow submarine.

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

We all live in our yellow submarine,

Yellow submarine, yellow submarine

The Beatles: "Yellow Submarine"

The Beatles “I’ll be Back”

You know, if you break my heart I'll go

But I'll be back again

'cause I told you once before goodbye

But I came back again

I love you so, oh

I'm the one who wants you

Yes I'm the one who wants you

oh, ho, oh, ho, oh

You could find better things to do

Than to break my heart again

This time I will try to show that I'm

Not trying to pretend

I thought that you would realize

That if I run away from you

that you would want me to

But I got a big surprise

Oh, ho, oh, ho, oh

I want to go, oh

But I hate to leave you

You know I hate to leave

Oh, ho, Oh, ho

You, if you break my heart I'll go

But I'll be back again

The Beatles - Ob-La-di, Ob-La-da

(Lennon McCartney)

Desmond has a barrow in the market place

Molly is the singer in a band

Desmond says to Molly girl I like your face

And Molly says this as she takes him by the hand

Ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra                     La-la how the life goes on

Ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra                      La-la how the life goes on

Desmond takes a trolley to the jewellers stores

Buys a twenty carat golden ring (Golden ring?)

Takes it back to Molly waiting at the door

And as he gives it to her she begins to sing (Sing)

Ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra                         La-la how the life goes on

Ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra                         La-la how the life goes on, yeah (No)

In a couple of years they have built

A home sweet home

With a couple of kids running in the yard

Of Desmond and Molly Jones

(Ah ha ha ha ha ha)

Happy ever after in the market place

Desmond lets the children lend a hand

Molly stays at home and does her pretty face

And in the evening she still sings it with the band

Yes, ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra

La-la how the life goes on

ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra

La-la how the life goes on

In a couple of years they have built

A home sweet home

With a couple of kids running in the yard

Of Desmond and Molly Jones

Yeah, happy ever after in the market place

Desmond lets the children lend a hand (Foot!)

Molly stays at home and does his pretty face

And in the evening she's a singer with the band

ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra                La-la how the life goes on

ob-la-di ob-la-da life goes on bra                La-la how the life goes on

And if you want some fun

Take ob-la-di ob-la-da

The Beatles “Pretty woman”

Pretty woman, walkin' down the street,

Pretty woman, the kind I like to meet,

Pretty woman, I don't believe you, you're not the truth

No one could look as good as you. Mercy!

Pretty woman, Won't you pardon me?

Pretty woman, I couldn't help but see,

Pretty woman, that you look lovely as can be.

Are you lonely just like me? Wow!

Pretty woman, stop awhile.

Pretty woman, talk awhile

Pretty woman, give your smile to me.

Pretty woman, yeah, yeah, yeah

Pretty woman, look my way

Pretty woman, say you'll stay with me

'Cause I need you, I'll treat you right

Come to me baby, be mine tonight

Pretty woman, don't walk on by

Pretty woman, don't make me cry

Pretty woman, don't walk away, Hey, O.K.

If that's the way it must be, O.K.

I guess I'll go on home. It's late.

There'll be tomorrow night, but wait!

What do I see?

Is she walking back to me?

Yeah, she's walking back to me, Oh, oh, pretty woman

THE BEATLES - Back In The USSR

( J. Lennon, P. McCartney )

                  

Flew in from Miami

Beach B.O.A.C.

Didn't get to bed last night,

On the way the paper bag was on my knee,

Man, I had a dreamful flight,

I'm back in the USSR.

You don't know how lucky you are boy,

Back in the USSR.

Been away so long

I hardly knew the place,

Gee it's good to be back home,

Leave it 'til tomorrow to unpack my case,

Honey disconnect the phone,

I'm back in the USSR.

You don't know how lucky you are boy,

Back in the USSR.

Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out,

They leave the west behind.

And Moscow girls make me sing and shout,

That Georgia's always on my mi-mi-mi-mi-mind.

                                            

I'm back in the USSR.

You don't know how lucky you are boy,

Back in the USSR.

Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out,

They leave the west behind.

And Moscow girls make me sing and shout,

That Georgia's always on my mi-mi-mi-mi-mind.

                                            

Show me 'round your snow peaked

Mountains 'way down south,

Take me to your daddy's farm,

Let me hear your balaliakas ringing out,

Come and keep your comrade warm,

                                            

I'm back in the USSR.

You don't know how lucky you are boy,

Back in the USSR.

The Beatles - Let It Be

(Lennon McCartney)

When I find myself in times of trouble

Mother Mary comes to me

Speaking words of wisdom, let it be

And in my hour of darkness

She is standing right in front of me

Speaking words of wisdom, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Whisper words of wisdom, let it be

And when the broken hearted people

Living in the world agree

There will be an answer, let it be

For though they may be parted

There is still a chance that they will see

There will be an answer, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Yeah there will be an answer, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Whisper words of wisdom, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Ah let it be, yeah let it be

Whisper words of wisdom, let it be

And when the night is cloudy

There is still a light that shines on me

Shine on until tomorrow, let it be

I wake up to the sound of music,

Mother Mary comes to me

Speaking words of wisdom, let it be

Yeah let it be, let it be

Let it be, yeah let it be

Oh there will be an answer, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Let it be, yeah let it be

Oh there will be an answer, let it be

Let it be, let it be

Ah let it be, yeah let it be

Whisper words of wisdom, let it be

All Together Now

  

One, two, three, four

Can I have a little more?

Five, six, seven eight nine ten I love you.

A, b, c, d

Can I bring my friend to tea?

E, f, g h I j I love you.

Sail the ship, jump the tree

Skip the rope, look at me

All together now....

Black, white, green, red

Can I take my friend to bed?

Pink, brown, yellow orange blue I love you

All together now....

Sail the ship, jump the tree

Skip the rope, look at me

All together now....

The Beatles - Twist And Shout

(Medley Russell)

Well, shake it up, baby, now (Shake it up, baby)

Twist and shout (Twist and shout)

C'mon c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, baby, now (Come on baby)

Come on and work it on out (Work it on out)

Well, work it on out, honey (Work it on out)

You know you look so good (Look so good)

You know you got me goin', now (Got me goin')

Just like I knew you would (Like I knew you would)

Well, shake it up, baby, now (Shake it up, baby)

Twist and shout (Twist and shout)

C'mon, c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, baby, now (Come on baby)

Come on and work it on out (Work it on out)

You know you twist your little girl (Twist, little girl)

You know you twist so fine (Twist so fine)

Come on and twist a little closer, now (Twist a little closer)

And let me know that you're mine (Let me know you're mine)

Well, shake it up, baby, now (Shake it up, baby)

Twist and shout (Twist and shout)

C'mon, c'mon, c'mon, c'mon, baby, now (Come on baby)

Come on and work it on out (Work it on out)

You know you twist your little girl (Twist, little girl)

You know you twist so fine (Twist so fine)

Come on and twist a little closer, now (Twist a little closer)

Aand let me know that you're mine (Let me know you're mine)

Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, baby, now (Shake it up baby)

Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, baby, now (Shake it up baby)

Well, shake it, shake it, shake it, baby, now (Shake it up baby)

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