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Марк Твен и его герои на страницах любимых книг
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Внеклассное мероприятие прививает любовь учащихся к книге, формирует страноведческие знания и воспитывает нравственные качества. Учащиеся не только показывают навыки говорения и аудирования, но и проявляют свои актерские способности.

Цели и задачи:

  1. Развитие и повышение интереса учащихся к урокам английского языка.
  2. Совершенствование навыков диалогической и монологической речи.
  3. Повторение и закрепление ранее изученной лексики.
  4. Обобщение пройденного материала по внеклассному чтению.

Оформление и оборудование: портрет писателя Марка Твена, выставка детских рисунков по произведениям Марка Твена, видеофильм “Приключения Тома Сойера”, выставка книг Марка Твена, плакат с правилами бережного обращения с книгами.

Teacher: Good afternoon, boys and girls, dear quests and teachers. Nice to meet you at our English party. Today we’ll speak about the importance of books in our life and one of the most famous American writers – Mark Twain. But first of all I want you to guess the riddle?

“Can you guess?”

By Edith Segal.

Pupil 1:

We have friends.
The cannot walk and cannot see,
But they are very good to you and me.
With these friends
We sail on ships and ride on trains,
And even fly in airplanes.

Pupil 2:

These friends
Sometimes introduce us to
Boys and girls that we never knew.
These friends
Show us town, seas and lands.
Can you guess who these friends are?

Together: These good friends are books.


By A.Burlakova.

Pupil 3:

Books are full of many things
That I would like to know.
Books are full of greatest men
That lived long, long ago.

Pupil 4:

Books are full of countries.
That I would like to see.
Books are full of nice people.
That I would like to be.

Pupil 5:

Books are full of children.
That I would like to meet.
Books are full of sweet fruit
That I would like to eat.

Pupil 6:

Books are full of mountains

That can be high or low.

Books are full of some trips

That I would like to take.

Pupil 7:

Books are full of good songs
That I would like to make.
Books are full of many games
That I would like play.
Books are our best friends
As people often say.

Teacher: Now will listen how we should treat books and take care of them.

“Book Look”

By Barbara Walker.

Since books are friends,
They need much care.
When you’re reading them,
Be good to them and fair!
Use book-marks, children,
To hold your place,
And don’t turn a book
Upon its clear face.
Remember, children, then:
Books are meant to read,
Not cut of colour them -
No, really never indeed!

Teacher: Listen to the dialogue, which will be acted out by the girl called Janet Brooks and her teacher.

“ Janet Brooks”


Tell me, please, Janet Brooks,
What do you think of books?

Janet Brooks:

Books are like sandwiches
Between the front and back.
Something good, but not food,
Writers and poets often pack.


Well, and what do they pack
Between the front and back?
Janet Brooks: Stories and tales,
Poems and fables,
That children like read
Sitting at their tables.

Teacher: What proverbs and sayings about books do you know?

“Books are our best friends”.
“Choose the author as you choose a friend”.
“Wear the old coat and buy a new book”.
“Books and friends must be few but good” etc.

Teacher: Now one more riddle, listen, think and say who is this?

How do we call a person who writes stories, adventures, poems, fairy-tales and fables?

Teacher: Today we’ll speak about one of the most famous American writers – Mark Twain, the founder of American satirical and critical literature. Now let’s listen to some facts of his biography and then be ready to answer the questions.

Pupil 1: Some of Mark Twain’s books are very popular not only with the children in our country, but in many other countries and in America, of course. What are the names of these books? Do you know? Yes, you are right! Look at our bookstand, here are “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”, The adventures of Huckelberry Finn”, “Life of the Mississippi” and many others.

These books are great favorites not only with the boys and girls all over the world but also with the grown-up readers.

Pupil 2: In these books M. Twain shows the joys and sorrows of children with such deep understanding and sympathy that readers always see themselves in these characters. As Mark Twain said later, many events in “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” really happened, and the characters were from real life.

There is also a strong satirical element and humor in his books.

Pupil 3: Mark Twain, whose real name was Samuel Clemens, was born in 1835 in a small town of Hannibal on the Mississippi River. He was the son of a lawyer.

Pupil 4: Little Samuel spent his childhood in his native town. He was a bright, lively boy. He went fishing and swimming to river and he was the leader in all the boys’ games. Samuel had a lot of friends at school. And when he became a writer he described them in his stories.

Pupil 5: When Samuel was 11 years old, his father died, leaving his wife and four children with nothing. And the boy had to leave school and look for a work. He learned the profession of a printer.

For some years Samuel worked as a printer for the town newspaper. Samuel wrote short humorous stories and printed them in newspapers.

Pupil 6: When Samuel was a boy, he dreamed of becoming a sailor. At the age of 20 he found a job on a ship traveling up and down the Mississippi. Here on a ship he “found” his pen-name “Mark Twain”.

It was taken from the call the Mississippi pilots when they measured the depth of the river.

Pupil 7: Many steamboats moved up and down the river carrying all kind of people-rich and poor, farmers and businessmen and other different people. Thus Samuel Clemens saw America passing before his eyes. This work gave him the opportunity to get to know a great deal about life. He worked as a pilot for more than four years. Later he used to speak about this time as the happiest period of his life and described it in his book “Life on the Mississippi”.

Pupil 8: Then the young man worked with the gold-miners in California for a year. Here he began to write stories about camp life and sent them to newspapers under the name of Mark Twain.

Pupil 9: The many professions that he tried gave M. Twain a knowledge of life and people and helped to find his true calling – that of a writer. It should be noticed that American satirical and critical literature began with the name of Mark Twain.

Pupil 10: In 1876 he published his book “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and then 8 years later

“The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. These two novels are now known to children and grown-ups all over the world.

Pupil 11: Writing did not bring much money to Mark Twain, so he had to give lectures on literature and read his stories to the public. He visited many countries and lived in England for a long time. In 1867

Mark Twain was invited to Russia and even he met and made a greeting speech before Alexander I.

In 1907 Oxford University gave Mark Twain an honorary doctorate of letters. We advise you to read Mark Twain’s books, they are full of humor and joy.

Teacher: So we’ve listened to some facts of the writer’s biography and now answer my questions.

1. What was M. Twain?
2. When was he born?
3. What was his real name?
4. In what city did M. Twain live?

Teacher: You are right, Mark Twain was born in small American town Hannibal, which is situated on the bank of the river Mississippi, about this town you will see a short film. (a video- film)

5. What was his first profession?
6. What is his best novel?
7. When did he publish his novel?
8. What are the main heroes of this book?
9. In what city did Tom Sawyer live in M. Twain novel?
10. When did he come to Russia?

(Награждение самых активных участников викторины и учеников, принявших участие в выставке рисунков)

Scenes from the book “The Adventures of tom Sawyer”

Scene 1.

Aunt Polly: Tom! Tom! Where is that boy? Where are you, Tom? (no answer) Tom! (no answer again.)

Where can that boy be? Tom!

If I catch you, Tom, I’ll. (She went to the open door, looked out into the garden and cried again, - Tom!

What? In the cupboard again?

Tom: No, Aunt Polly.

Aunt Polly: No? Look at your mouth. Look at your hands. What is that one them?

Tom: I don’t know, Aunt.

Aunt Polly: But I know. It’s jam. I’ve told you so many times: don’t touch that jam in the cupboard.

Give me hat stick.

Tom: Look behind you, Aunt! ( Tom runs away).

“Saturday. A beautiful warm morning.” ( video- film in Russian, then the same episode performed by the pupils).

Scene 2.

Tom: No school. But I must work. I must whitewash the fence. How terrible life is. (he began to work, then sat down on a box and thought). The boys will come soon. They will laugh at me when they see that I am working. (He put his hands in his pockets, took out the things he had there-toys, little stones, pieces of glass). I have very little to pay the boys of I ask them to help me.

Ben: Tom! What are you doing?

Hello, Tom! Why are you working today?

Tom: Oh, it’s you, Ben! I didn’t see you.

Ben: I’m going to the river. Don’t you want to go too? But you must work I see.

Tom: Work?! You think this is work?

Ben: Why, isn’t this work?

Tom: You may think so. But Tom Sawyer likes it.

Ben: You say you like it, Tom?

Tom: Why not? Does a boy whitewash a fence every day?

Ben: Tom, let me whitewash a little.

Tom: Oh, no, Ben. Aunt Polly asked me to do it very well. The fence is on the street, you know. There isn’t a boy in a thousand that can do it better then I can.

Ben: Oh, please, Tom, let me do it. I’ll give you my apple. I can whitewash as well as you can. You’ll see.

Tom: All right.

Billy: Hello! What are doing here?

Ben: Tom and I are whitewashing the fence.

Billy: You don’t think it is interesting.

Ben: We do. Jim wanted to do it, but Aunt Polly didn’t let him.

Billy: Let me do some whitewashing.

Ben: No, I won’t. (they began to fight)

Teacher: Dear boys and girls, I think you enjoyed our party and I wish you to love and to read more books, because as you know “Books are our friends”.

Абдрашитова Альмира Анваровна


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