Сценарий внеклассного мероприятия по теме «Волшебная книга сказок»

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Внеклассная работа позволяет повысить интерес обучающихся к изучаемым языкам, углубить, расширить их знания, совершенствовать навыки и умения. Внеклассная работа способствует реализации практической, воспитательной, развивающей и образовательной целей, а в сочетании с урочной работой может внести весомый вклад в формирование всесторонне развитой личности, а это является главной задачей современной школы.

Внеклассное мероприятие решает следующие задачи:

  • усовершенствование знаний и  умений, приобретенных на уроках иностранных языков;
  • развитие коммуникативных умений;
  • расширение кругозора обучающихся;
  • развитие их творческих способностей, самостоятельности;
  • воспитание любви и уважения к людям своего родного края и страны, язык которой изучается;
  • научить детей видеть результаты коллективной деятельности;
  • создание положительной мотивации и поддержание интереса к изучению английского языка;
  • выработка культуры речи и норм поведения в обществе.

The Magic Book of Fairy Tales.

Story-Teller: Good afternoon boys and girls! I am a famous story-teller. I have collected different fairy tales for the whole life. And now I have got a great collection of them in my magic book.

Compere: Oh, excuse me, dear Story-Teller, you have forgotten your magic book. Here you are.

Story-Teller: Thank you very much. (The book is falling)

Oh, my God! It is a disarster. Now all the tales and characters are mixed.

What can I do? It is the matter of all my life! How can I put them together?

Compere: Dear Story-Teller, do not worry, we can help you. We have a lot of children in the hall, they will help you to collect all your tales.

Dear children, will you help the Story-Teller?

Story-Teller: Oh, my God! Oh, my God! I cannot believe it.

Compere: Do not doubt! Will you take your seat in the hall and give us some time to do the task?

And now children, let us help our Story-Teller to put his fairy tales together. Come up to the stage and introduce yourselves and greet each other.

I hope that you are all good friends and like to be together. So, let’s sing the song “The More We Are Together.”

The song “The More We Are Together”.

Compere: Dear children, let’s see who knows the fairy tales best. Here are the fairy tales which were in the magic book. Look at the screen and try to guess what fairy tale it is.

  1. The Three Little Pigs.
  2. The Little Red Hen and the Grain of Wheat.
  3. Jack and the Beanstalk.
  4. Red Riding Hood.
  5. Cinderella.
  6. Beauty and the Beast.
  7. Sleeping Beauty.
  8. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
  9. The Snow Queen.

Thank you, children. You are quite right.

Compere: You know that all the tales and characters are mixed and now you’ll have to make up a fairy tale. Choose three pupils in your group and please come up on the stage. The task is to arrange the sentences in the logical order to make up a story. Think of a title for it and write it down.

Sleeping Beauty

Long ago, a king and a queen lived in a magical castle.

They had everything they could want.

But they didn’t have a baby.

One day, while the Queen was sitting at the window, she saw a fairy.

The fairy said to her, “You will have a baby.”

Soon the Queen give birth to a beautiful baby girl.

The King and the Queen asked seven fairies to be the daughter’s fairy godmothers.

But they forgot to invite the mean fairy Nightshade.

Compere: There are different riddles in the magic book of fairy tales. While our participants are working, you will try to guess riddles on the topic “Fairy School.”

  1. I don’t know the ABC,
    But I like to write
    As you can see. (a pen, a pencil)
  2. What do you keep in your schoolbag
    That shows what lessons
    You must prepare at home? (a daybook)
  3. The teacher writes on me with chalk,
    My face is black, I cannot talk. (a blackboard)
  4. There are six of us in every FAMILY,
    But only four in a TOWN.
    What are we? (letters)
  5. Why is a book like a tree in summer? (because it’s full of leaves)
  6. I am used to draw lines with,
    I am long and white and thin.
    On my face black figures shine.
    Try, you must my name define. (a ruler)
  7. I know everything,
    I teach everybody.
    But to make friends with me
    You must first learn letters. (a book)
  8. What word has three syllables
    But has twenty-six letters? (alphabet)
  9. I’m black, and red, and blue,
    And many other colours.
    I draw pictures for you. (a pencil)

Compere: Who can help? Your right answers will help to collect the magic book.

Thank you for your help, friends.

The children are ready with the fairy tale. Let’s listen to it.

Will you give your tales to the Story-Teller.

Story-Teller: Thank you very much. I greatly appreciate your support.

Compere: The magic book has many colourful paintings in it. You need to draw a fairy animal and label its parts of body. Choose three painters in your group and come up on the stage, will you?

Here are the sheets of paper and felt tip pens, you have some minutes to work.

Characters: Help us. We cannot get to our fairy tales. We are lost.

Compere: Oh, look at the stage. We have six characters from the fairy tales. They are lost. Let us help them to find their homes. Our readers will read short paragraphs from different tales and then ask you to say which tale each passage comes from.

1st Reader: Soon the wolf came up to the house. He knocked at the door and said, “Little pig, little pig, let me come in.”

The little pig answered, “No, no, by the hair of my chinny chin chin.”

“Then I’ll hulf and I’ll puff, and I’ll blow your house in.”

So he huffed and he puffed, and he puffed and he huffed, but he could not blow the house down because it was made of briks.

(The Three Little Pigs).

2nd Reader: “This grain of wheat should be planted, “ she said.

“Who will plant this grain of wheat?”

“Not I”, said the Duck.

“Not I”, said the Cat.

“Not I” said the dog.

“Then I will,” said the Little Red Hen and she did

(The Little Red Hen and the Grain of Wheat).

3rd Reader: Her mother put the things in a basket. “Don’t run”, she said, “Or you may fall down with your basket.

But don’t go too slowly or you will be too late. Just go quickly and carefully.

And don’t talk to any strangers you may meet”.

“I will do just as you tell me, Mother,” said the little girl and she put on her red cloak and left the house.

(Red Riding Hood)

4th Reader: There once was a young girl, her mother died when she was a baby. Her father married again, and his new wife was awful. Her daughters were even worse – they treated Cinderella like a servant.


5th Reader: Long ago, a king and a queen lived in a magical castle.

They had everything they could want.

But they didn’t have a baby.

One day, while the Queen was sitting at the window, she saw a fairy.

The fairy said to her, “You will have a baby.”

Soon the Queen give birth to a beautiful baby girl.

The King and the Queen asked seven fairies to be the daughter’s fairy godmothers.

But they forgot to invite the mean fairy Nightshade.

(The Sleeping Beauty)

6th Reader: That night, Beauty had a strange dream. She had dinner with a handsome prince. “Why don’t you afraid of that ugly Beast?” he asked.

“He is not ugly inside,” said Beauty.

“But he is a monster,” said the Prince.

Beauty awoke to the sound of birds singing. The Prince disappeared.

(Beauty and the Beast)

Compere: Our artist are ready. Will you show us your paintings and describe them. What can you see in these pictures?

Thank you. Give your paintings to the Story-Teller.

Compere: Now you will sound small fragments from the cartoons.

We need three participants from each group. Here are the texts.

While we are watching the cartoons, you have some time to get ready.

Видео1 Alice In Wonderland.  I 

Alice -     Oh, Dinah, it's just a rabbit with a waistcoat and a watch!

Rabbit -  Oh, my fur and whiskers! I am late, I am late, I am late!

Alice -     Now this curious. What could a rabbit possibly be late for?

               Please, sir!

Rabbit -  I am late, I am late, I am late for a very important date. No time to say  hello, goodbye!  I'm late, I'm late, I'm late, I'm late ....

Alice -     It must be awfully important, like a party or something..... Mr. Rabbit, wait!

Rabbit -  No, no, no, no, no, no, no. I'm very overdue. I'm really in a stew. No time to  say goodbye, hello, I'm late, I'm late, I'm late! 

Alice -     What a peculiar place to have a party. You know, Dinah, we really  shouldn't be doing this we haven't been invited, and curiosity often leads   to trouble......

Видео2 Alice In Wonderland.  II

Caterpillar-    A-E-I-O-U   A-E-I-O-U   A-E-I-O-U.  WHO   U-E-I-O-A   U-E-I-A   A-E- I-O-U. 

                      Who are you

Alice -           I.... I hardly know sir. I've changed so many times since this morning,  you see.

Caterpillar -  I do not see. Explain yourself.

Alice -           I'm afraid I can't explain myself, sir because I'm not myself.

Caterpillar - I do not know.

Alice -          Well, I can't put it more clearly for it isn't clear to me.

Caterpillar -  You, who are you?

Alice -         Well, don't you think you ought to tell me. Who you are first.

Caterpillar - Why?

Alice.        -  Oh, dear, everything is so confusing.

Caterpillar -  It is not.

Alice.        -  Well, it is to me.

Caterpillar - Why?

Alice.        - Well, I can't remember things as I used to and....

Caterpillar - Recite.

Видео3 Alice In Wonderland.  III

Ch.Cat  - I say, how are you getting on?

Alice.    - Not at all

Ch.Cat - Beg pardon?

Alice -    I said, not at all!

Queen - Who are you talking to?!

Alice.  -  Oh, a cat, Your Majesty.

Queen - Cat? Where?

Alice.   - There. Oh, there he is again.

Queen - I warn you, child, if I lose my temper, you lose your head. Understand?

Ch.Cat - You know, we could make her really angry. Shall we try?

Alice    -  Oh, no, no

Ch.Cat - Oh, but it's loads of fun.

Alice.    - Oh, no,no!

Rabbit -  Oh, my fur and whiskers.

King -     Oh dear! Save the Queen.

Queen -  Someone's head will roll for this.

               Yours! Off with her.....

King -     But, but, but, but consider my dear. Couldn't she has a trail? Huh, first

Queen -  Trial?

King -     Well, th..... just a, a little trial?

Queen -  Very well, then. Let the trial begin!

Well done.

Story-Teller: Thank you very much, boys and girls. Now I see you know fairy tales as well as I know them. You are clever, supportive and kind. And my magic book of fairy tales is all right. I have to say you “Good bye”.

Compere: Thank you very much, friends, for your participation and help. You are smart and bright. You have worked very well today.