Всероссийский фестиваль педагогического творчества
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Всероссийский фестиваль педагогического творчества Номинация: Педагогические идеи и технологии: среднее образование Название работы: «Удивительные факты о Рождестве» (“Amazing facts about Christmas”) Авторы учителя английского языка: Косточка Наталия Михайловна и Омельченко Лениза Раисовна ГБОУ школа №580 Приморского района Санкт-Петербурга 2014-2015 уч.год Чтобы посмотреть видеосюжет, необходимо кликнуть на картинку На данном слайде использована настройка «триггер», чтобы расставить предложения в логически-правильном порядке по содержанию фильма, необходимо кликнуть на кнопку с буквой, стоящую перед предложением. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. D. C. B. E. F. A. 9. B. 3. 2. C. D. 1. 4. E. 5. F. 6. 7. 8. 9. G. H. I. A. Mary and Joseph went back to Egypt with the Holy Child. A carpenter Joseph took Mary to be his wife. An Angel told Mary she has to be the mother of the son of God. God decided to give the world a son. Joseph and Mary made a journey to Bethlehem. Mary's child was born in stable and the couple called him Jesus. G. 6. The shepherds gave Jesus a gift a new born lamb. H. 7. Three kings gave the Child presents - gold, frankincense and myrrh. I.8. The evil king Herod wished to kill Christ child Jesus. reindeer-олень pudding-пудинг candy cane-леденец Christmas presentРождественский подарок Santa Claus-Санта Клаус Christmas treeРождественская елка mince pie-мясной пирог holly-остролист People: baby Jesus, Mary, Joseph, three Magi, shepherds-Иисус, Мария, Иосиф, три Мудреца, пастухи Christmas На данном слайде использована настройка «гиперссылка», чтобы попасть на слайд с текстом о символе рождества, необходимо кликнуть на картинку –символ Рождества. Для того, чтобы вернуться на данный слайд, кликните на кнопку Christmas Presents People Plants Christmas Symbols Meal Symbol Christmas tree Dates back/comes from Germany Symbolize Tradition hope and the desire for a good harvest decorating Christmas trees The tradition of hanging stockings by the fireplace was originated from the story about St. Nicholas. The story comes from the 1800's, when the father of three young maidens could not afford a dowry for his daughters to be married. From his castle, St. Nicholas heard of the poor misfortune of the maidens, and secretly threw three bags of gold coins down their chimney. It is said that the gold coins landed in the girls' stockings, which were hanging in the fireplace to dry. Christmas According to the Bible, three Magi (wise men from the east) came to visit the newborn Jesus. These wise men brought gifts to offer to the child. Gift giving at Christmas is recognized by many as a remembrance of this event and is intended to remind believers of God's gift to them in the form of his son, Jesus Christ. Christmas presents represent generosity, love and the gift of giving. Christmas People believed that holly had magical powers, holly was often placed over the doors of homes to drive evil away. Greenery was also brought indoors to freshen the air and brighten the mood during the long, dreary winter. Also, legend said that holly sprang from the footsteps of Christ as he walked the earth. The pointed leaves were said to represent the crown of thorns Christ wore while on the cross and the red berries symbolized the blood he shed. Christmas The tradition of putting up and decorating Christmas trees started in Germany. It is believed that Martin Luther, the Protestant reformer, was walking through a forest one Christmas night, he noticed the stars glittering through the branches of fir trees. This gave him the idea of putting up a candlelit Christmas tree in his home. German soldiers brought this tradition to the US . The Christmas tree represents hope and the desire for a good harvest. Christmas The origin of the candy cane dates back to the late 1800's. The candy cane is Christmas symbol. First, the colour white symbolizes the purity and sinless nature of Jesus. Next the red colour symbolizes the blood of Jesus before His death on the cross for mankind. When you look at the crook on top, it looks like a shepherd's staff. If you turn it upside down, it becomes the letter J symbolizing the first letter in Jesus' name. Christmas Rudolph's story is a popular Christmas story. One Christmas Eve Santa Claus was having a lot of difficulty making his flight around the world because it was too foggy. When Santa went to Rudolph's house to deliver his presents he noticed the glowing red nose in the darkened bedroom. He asked Rudolph to lead the sleigh, Rudolph accepted and returned home a hero for having helped Santa Claus. Santa has eight reindeer that magically pull his sleigh through the sky. Christmas The history of pudding has its roots in the medieval times. It should be made on the 25th Sunday after Trinity, and prepared with 13 ingredients to represent Christ and the 12 apostles, every family member stirs it in turn from east to west to honor the Magi and their supposed journey in that direction. There is a tradition to put coin in a Christmas pudding, it was a silver sixpence. People believed that the person who found the coin in his portion of pudding would have good fortune throughout the new year. Christmas Mince Pies, were originally filled with meat, such as lamb, rather than a dried fruit mix as they are today. They were also first made in an oval shape to represent the manger that Jesus slept in as a baby, with the top representing his swaddling clothes. A custom from the middle ages says that if you eat a mince pie on every day from Christmas to Twelfth Night (6th January) you will have happiness for the next 12 months! Christmas The most popular traditional character of Christmas is St. Nicholas, now better known as Santa Claus or Father Christmas. He had long been the patron saint of children. Santa Claus lives at the North Pole. On December 24th, Christmas Eve, he rides in a sleigh pulling by eight reindeer and delivers presents to children all around the world, he leaves them inside the stockings. Christmas Christmas is a joyful religious holiday when Christians around the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. An angel appeared to shepherds and three Magi and told them that a Savior had been born to Mary in a stable in Bethlehem. Three kings gave the Child presents - gold, frankincense and myrrh. Christmas На данном слайде использована настройка «триггер», чтобы выбрать правильный ответ в задании «правда или ложь» необходимо кликнуть на соответствующее слово. 1) Gift giving at Christmas is recognized by many as a remembrance of the birth of Christ. a) true b) false 2) Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on 25th of January. a) true b) false 3) Santa has ten reindeer that pull his sleigh through the sky. a) true b) false 4) People traditionally dance under mistletoe. a) true b) false 5) The red berries of holly symbolized the blood Christ shed. a) true b) false 6) If you eat a mince pie for 12 days from Christmas you will have happiness for the next 12 month. a) true b) false 7) Santa Claus leaves presents next to a fireplace. a) true b) false 8) Candy cane symbolizes the first letter in Jesus' name. a) true b)false На данном слайде использована настройка «триггер», чтобы выбрать правильный ответ необходимо кликнуть на соответствующую букву рядом с куплетом. 1 B A B 2 A So bring him incense, gold and myrrh, Come peasant king to own him The King of kings salvation brings, Let loving hearts enthrone him What child is this Who laid to rest On Mary's lap, is sleeping Whom angels greet With anthems sweet While shepherds Watches are keeping 3 D C D 4 C For raise, for raise this song on high His mother sings her lullaby Oh joyful, joyful Christ is born The babe and the son of Mary (Mary) This, this is Christ the king, Whom shepherds guard and angels sing, Haste, haste, to bring him laud, The babe, the son of Mary (Mary) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OC_K3MoOL4 http://emailsanta.com/email_santa.asp Complete the table with the facts about Christmas in Russia Religion Date Reason for festival Customs and traditions Special meals