Внеклассное мероприятие 3 13


Внеклассное мероприятие
по английскому языку на тему:
" О, счастливчик!"
 Пояснительная записка.
Данное мероприятие « О, Счастливчик!» проводится как итоговое занятие с целью повышения интереса к изучению английского языка и расширения кругозора учащихся. Данное мероприятие рекомендуется проводить в 8-11 классах.
В игре принимают участие 6 команд, каждая из которых состоит из 5 человек. Основные правила игры подобны правилам телепрограммы “Кто хочет стать миллионером?”. Участникам необходимо ответить на 15 вопросов. За первый правильный ответ команда получает 100 очков, за второй – 200, за третий – 300, за четвертый – 500, за пятый – 1 000, за шестой – 2 000, за седьмой – 4 000, за восьмой – 8 000, за девятый – 16 000, за десятый – 32 000, за одиннадцатый – 64 000, за двенадцатый – 125 000, за тринадцатый – 250 000, за четырнадцатый – 500 000, за пятнадцатый – 1 000 000. Выигрывает команда набравшая большее количество очков.
Цель:
Обобщить с учащимися в интересной игровой форме пройденный материал.
 активизация имеющихся в опыте учащихся знаний о культуре англоязычных стран.
3.      Развивать смекалку, память, находчивость, активность.
4.      Воспитывать быстроту реакции и умение быстро и четко давать ответы.
                                  Ход мероприятия.
Вопросы для первой команды:
1. The United Kingdom includes …
A. England and ScotlandB. Great Britain and Northern IrelandC. England, Scotland and WalesD. Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic
2. The currency of the UK is …
A. pound = 100 centsB. dollar = 100 centsC. pound = 100 nickelsD. pound = 100 pence
3. The national emblem of Northern Ireland is the …
A. shamrockB. roseC. thistleD. daffodil
4. Who was the first man on the moon?
A. Yuri GagarinB. John GlennC. Neil ArmstrongD. Valentina Tereshkova
5. What do the abbreviations a.m. and p.m. stand for?
A. Members of ParliamentB. TimeC. Members of CongressD. Time and Tense
6. Which town is the birthplace of William Shakespeare?
A. GlasgowB. LondonC. EdinburghD. Stratford-upon-Avon
7. A VIP is a …
A. very important personB. very interesting personC. very intelligent personD. very indifferent person
8. The Empire State is another name for …
A. New YorkB. IllinoisC. MassachusettsD. Washington
9. For lunch many children eat …
A. bread and chocolateB. meat pies and puddingC. peanut butter and jelly sandwichesD. hamburgers
10. A blind date is a date with someone …
A. who hasn’t met you beforeB. who cannot seeC. who is not good-lookingD. who is pleasant
11. Who discovered penicillin?
A. FlemingB. NewtonC. ArmstrongD. Einstein
12. What are these: “The Guardian”, “The News of the world”, “The Independent”?
A. newspapersB. TV programmesC. townsD. magazines
13. What title does Prince Charles, the eldest son of the British Queen have?
A. Prince of WalesB. Prince of ScotlandC. Prince of EnglandD. Prince of Ireland
14. Which ship did Pilgrim Fathers (the first American settlers) sale to America in?
A. the MayflowerB. the AuroraC. Santa MariaD. Maria Selesta15. The president of the US earns about …
A. $100.000 per yearB. $200.000 per yearC. $350.000 per yearD. $500.000 per year
Вопросы для второй команды:
1. The longest rivers are …
A. The Tay and the ThamesB. The Severn and the ThamesC. The Avon and the ThamesD. The Thames and the Tweed
2. What is the name of the USA flag?
A. Uncle SamB. Uncle JohnC. Stars and Stripes D. White Stars and Red Stripes
3. The USA consists of …
A. 49 statesB. 50 states and the District of ColumbiaC. 49 states and the District of ColumbiaD. 51 states
4. When do Americans celebrate Independence Day?
A. July 4B. December 25C. February 14D. October 31
5. The UK …
A. a constitutional republicB. a presidential republicC. a federal republicD. a constitutional monarchy
6. Do you know the hometown of the famous band “The Beatles”?
A. ManchesterB. LondonC. Liverpool D. Glasgow
7. The NBA is …
A. The National Birdwatchers AssociationsB. The National Boaters AssociationsC. The National Basketball AssociationsD. The National Baseball Associations
8. Who wrote “Gulliver’s travels”?
A. Mark TwainB. Jonathan SwiftC. Robert BurnsD. William Shakespeare
9. “Auld Lang Syne” is often sung on …
A. July 4B. New Year’s EveC. Veteran’s DayD. Labour Day
10. The queen signs the bill and the Great Seal is fixed after …
A. the first readingB. the second readingC. the third readingD. the fourth reading
11. The most famous of all British newspapers is…
A. The GuardianB. The TimesC. The Financial TimesD. The Daily Express
12. What is the nickname of London’s Underground?
A. MetroB. SubwayC. The TubeD. Metropolitan
13. What does the word “Albion”, the poetic name of Great Britain, mean?
A. WhiteB. GreenC. RedD. Blue
14. The queen’s closest official contacts with the Prime Minister and the Cabinet on average…
A. twice a dayB. twice a monthC. once a weekD. twice a week
15. The capital of New York State is …
A. New York CityB. BuffaloC. AlbanyD. Boston
Вопросы для третьей команды:
1. Great Britain includes …
A. England and ScotlandB. England and Irish RepublicC. England, Scotland and Northern IrelandD. England, Scotland and Wales
2. What is the name of the Great Britain flag?
A. Union JackB. Union JohnC. Blue and RedD. Red and white Crosses
3. The first inhabitants of America were…
A. Dutch and IndiansB. Indians and EskimosC. Indians and SpaniardD. Indians and Englishmen
4. What is the national symbol of America?
A. The roseB. The bald eagleC. The shamrockD. The white eagle
5. Where is the tallest building (skyscraper) in the world?
A. New York CityB. ChicagoC. San FranciscoD. Washington
6. What is the oldest building in Washington and official residence of the President?
A. Capitol BuildingB. Green HouseC. White HouseD. Gold House
7. 12 p.m. is …
A. lunch timeB. breakfast timeC. bed timeD. dinner time
8. The first English colony in the New World was founded in 1607 in …
A. MassachusettsB. MarylandC. VirginiaD. New York
9. The English breakfast consists of …
A. fish and chipsB. toast and marmaladeC. bacon and eggsD. coffee and a roll
10. Samuel Clemens wrote “Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer”. He is also known as…
A. Mark TwainB. Ernest HemingwayC. James Fennimore CooperD. Jack London
11. This famous American was a writer, scientist, an inventor and a diplomat. He started the first public library and the first fire department. He was…
A. Benjamin FranklinB. Thomas EdisonC. George WashingtonD. Abraham Lincoln
12. This round place is often called the Centre of London. There is a statue of Eros in the middle of it.
A. Trafalgar SquareB. Piccadilly CircusC. Leicester SquareD. London Circus
13. What park of London is the Speaker’s Corner situated in?
A. Regent’s ParkB. Hyde ParkC. Green ParkD. St. James’s Park
14. Who made the first American flag “Stars and Stripes”?
A. Eliza BrownB. Betsy RossC. Cecil CardewD. Katherine Lee Bates
15. 68 degrees Fahrenheit is…
A. 15 degrees CelsiusB. 20 degrees CelsiusC. 25 degrees CelsiusD. 30 degrees Celsius
Вопросы для четвертой команды:
1. The climate in the UK is generally …
A. hot and temperateB. mild and temperateC. cold and wetD. hot and wet
2. The national emblem of England is …
A. the white roseB. the leekC. the shamrockD. the rd rose
3. Who discovered America?
A. Christopher ColumbusB. George WashingtonC. The pilgrimsD. Abraham Lincoln
4. What is the national sport in America?
A. footballB. soccerC. baseballD. basketball
5. It is … at Christmas for the queen to speak on radio and television to all people of the Commonwealth as their head.
A. unusualB. customaryC. episodicD. extraordinary
6. What is the official address of Prime Minister house in the UK?
A. 5 Fleet StreetB. 21 Baker StreetC. 10 Downing StreetD. 7 Broadway
7. Who fought against racial discrimination in the 1960’s?
A. Martin Luther King, Jr.B. Emily Dickinson C. Frank Lloyd WrightD. Abraham Lincoln
8. Which English author and famous mathematician created the story of Alice in Wonderland?
A. Conan DoyleB. Charles DickensC. Bernard ShawD. Lewis Carroll
9. The US national motto is …
A. Uncle SamB. In God We TrustC. E pluribus Unum (One out of many)D. Per Astera ad Astra
10. The Conservative Party is called …
A. DonkeyB. ToryC. WhigsD. Elephant
11. “Ulster” is another name for …
A. ScotlandB. Northern IrelandC. Republic of IrelandD. Wales
12. You must go to school in Great Britain …
A. from 5 till 16B. from 6 till 17C. from 7 till 18D. from 7 till 16
13. What is another name for the Houses of Parliament?
A. The Clearness PalaceB. St. James’s PalaceC. Palace of WestminsterD. Buckingham Palace
14. Is a mile about …?
A. 1,000 metresB. 1,600 metresC. 2,000 metresD. 2,600 metres15. In which area have Americans received the most Nobel’s rewards?
A. literatureB. peaceC. economicsD. science
Вопросы для пятой команды:
1. The weekend is…
A. Saturday and SundayB. SaturdayC. SundayD. Friday, Saturday and Sunday
2. … is the national emblem of Scotland.
A. The leekB. The daffodilC. The shamrockD. The thistle
3. Who was the first president of the USA?
A. Abraham LincolnB. George WashingtonC. Franklin D. RooseveltD. Theodore Roosevelt
4. Where is the Statue of liberty?
A. New YorkB. MassachusettsC. CaliforniaD. Washington
5. What is the national instrument of Scotland?
A. HarpB. WhistleC. BagpipesD. Fiddle
6. The first university in America was:
A. Boston UniversityB. HarvardC. MITD. The University of California
7. In the centre of England there is a range of hills called … which is also known as the “backbone of England”.
A. Ozark Mountains RangeB. Appalachian MountainsC. Adirondack MountainsD. Pennine Chain
8. The longest river in the US is the …
A. Hudson RiverB. Mississippi RiverC. Delaware RiverD. Missouri River
9. Frank Lloyd Write was a famous …
A. architectB. lawyerC. writerD. designer
10. In the US you can write the date January 4, 1946 …
A. 1/4/46B. 4/1/46C. 46/4/1D. 46/1/4
11. The symbol of the Democratic Party is …
A. an elephantB. a rabbitC. a donkeyD. a lion
12. Who is the architect of the famous St. Paul’s Cathedral?
A. MichelangeloB. Sir Christopher WrenC. MasterlyD. Charles Barry
13. What is the name of the oldest and best-known public school for boys in GB?
A. NorwichB. RugbyC. EtonD. Winchester
14. In what town is the residence of the head of the English Church?
A. CanterburyB. ManchesterC. LiverpoolD. London
15. A man uses “Jr.” after his name if he …
A. is under 21 years oldB. is in schoolC. has the same name as his fatherD. has the same job as his father
Вопросы для шестой команды:
1. Scotland has a distinctive national dress, the …
A. quiltB. skirt C. kiltD. jeans
2. The currency of the USA is …
A. dollar = 100 centsB. dollar = 100 nickels C. pound = 100 dimesD. pound = 100 cents
3. The national emblem of Wales is …
A. the thistleB. the shamrock C. the leekD. the rose
4. Where is the US capital?
A. In the state of WashingtonB. In the District of Columbia C. In the state of New YorkD. In the state of California
5. The USA is …
A. a constitutional republicB. a presidential republic C. a federal republicD. a constitutional monarchy
6. What are the oldest two universities in Great Britain?
A. Oxford and CambridgeB. London and Manchester C. Edinburgh and ManchesterD. Oxford and Edinburgh
7. Elvis Presley was the king of …
A. Country Western MusicB. Jazz C. Rock and RollD. Pop music
8. Master of what kind of painting was John Constable?
A. MarineB. Still life C. PortraitD. Landscape
9. In February Americans celebrate the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and …
A. Martin Luther King, Jr.B. John F. Kennedy C. George WashingtonD. Charlie Chaplin
10. British Parliament is the … body in the country.
A. judicialB. executive C. socialD. legislative
11. American industries have become increasingly more … oriented.
A. serviceB. technical C. businessD. health-related
12. This building was rebuilt by Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London in 1666.
A. Westminster AbbeyB. The Tower of London C. Buckingham PalaceD. St. Paul’s Cathedral
13. What city of the USA is called “The City of the Yellow Devil”?
A. New YorkB. San Francisco C. WashingtonD. Los Angeles
14. In the bar of every English pub you will find the game of … being played.
A. snookerB. crosses and noughtsC. billiardD. darts
15. In how many fields are Nobel prizes awarded?
A. threeB. five C. sixD. ten
Keys:
I. 1B 2D 3A 4C 5B 6D 7A 8A 9C 10A 11A 12A 13A 14A 15BII. 1B 2C 3B 4A 5D 6C 7C 8B 9B 10C 11B 12C 13A 14C 15CIII. 1D 2A 3D 4B 5B 6C 7A 8C 9C 10A 11A 12B 13B 14B 15BIV. 1B 2D 3A 4C 5B 6C 7A 8D 9B 10B 11B 12A 13C 14B 15DV. 1A 2D 3B 4A 5C 6B 7D 8B 9A 10A 11C 12B 13C 14A 15CVI. 1C 2A 3B 4B 5C 6A 7C 8D 9C 10D 11A 12D 13A 14D 15C

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