“ Little Red Riding Hood”. Внеклассное мероприятие. Английский язык. Для 5-6 классов.

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Внеклассная работа

по английскому языку

на тему  “ Little Red Riding Hood”

(5-6кл)

(провела: учитель английского языка Бирючина Е.С.)

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Цели: развивать внимание и память; совершенствовать навыки говорения с использованием изученной лексики; поддерживать интерес к изучению иностранного языка; развивать творческие способности обучающихся.



 Once upon a time there lived a small girl. Her name was Little Red Riding Hood because she had red cap on her head. She had a lot of friends and they met and played. The girl liked to dance and to sing songs. One summer day her friends came to her.





Children: If the Sun is shining,

And the day is bright,

We think that we’ll

Stay out and play.

( Music and dance “On the Bench”)

Mother: Come here, Little Red Riding Hood (LRRH). Your grandmother is ill, you must go to see her. Take this cake to your Granny. Go quickly and don’t stop anywhere.

LRRH: All right, Mummy.

Storyteller: LRRH said good bye to her mother and left home. It was a lovely summer day and the way to the Granny’s house lay through the wood.

Right through the woods- not very far-

Lives Red Riding Hood’s Grandma.

To visit her, she often takes

Butter, eggs and home- made cakes.

Her mummy tells her every day:

“ Don’t talk to strangers on the way”.

LRRH: So I am walking through the wood,

I have a basket with some food.

But no flowers at all,

And Granny likes them so much.

Oh, flowers are very nice!

It will not take me many hours

To get these very pretty flowers.

Storyteller: She stopped to pick some flowers.

LRRH: The first, the second and the third. Oh, what a pretty bluebell!

Bluebell: Yes, this is me. I’m blue like the Sky, and my dress is like a bell.

LRRH: Hello!

Cornflower: Blue is my colour too.I grow in the corn and make the field beautiful. My name is Cornflower.

LRRH: Hi, nice to meet you. You are so beautiful.

Sunflower: And I am like the golden sun. You can find me everywhere. My name is Sunflower.

LRRH: Is it a rose?

Rose: Of course, I am. All of you know me very well and like my sweet smell. I have got many nice dresses- yellow, red, pink and white. I come when the sun is hot. Then I smell lovely and you know that I am here.

LRRH: I see. My Granny is ill and I’m going to see her. She likes flowers very much. Would you like to go with me?

Flowers: With great pleasure.

Storyteller: LRRH picked up flowers and continued her way.

Two squirrels watched Red Riding Hood

As she went walking through the wood.

They saw a wolf and warned and shouted:

“ There is a bad wolf about!”

Wolf: Good morning, LRRH.

LRRH: Good morning, Mister Wolf!

Wolf: My dear girl, I want to know to whom and where you are going so early.

LRRH: I am going to my granny.

Wolf (to children) The girl is thin and not worth a penny. I’ll ask her more about her Granny. … (to LRRH) And what is there in your basket?

LRRH: It’s a cake for my Granny and these are her favourite flowers. She is very ill.

Wolf: And where does your grandmother live?

LRRH: Her house stands under three very big trees in the forest.

It’s just behind the oak-tree,

Turn to the left, it’s nearby. But , excuse me, Mr. Wolf, my mother told me not to stop anywhere. Good-bye, Mr. Wolf.

Wolf: Thank you, my dear girl. Good-bye. See you soon. Ha-ha-ha.

LRRH: He is not bad, so kind and wise.

Storyteller: The wolf pretends to show such charm,

She never dreams that he could harm.

She told him all he wanted to know

And to the house the wolf did go.

Soon LRRH came to the Granny’s house and knocked at the door.

Wolf: who is there?

LRRH: It is me, Little Red Riding Hood.

Wolf: The door is open, come in dear! Come nearer to me, I am very ill. I can’t see you and hear you. Sit beside me on the bed.

LRRH: Granny, what big ears you have got!

Wolf: The better to hear you, my dear.

LRRH: Granny, what big eyes you have got?

Wolf: The better to see you, my dear.

LRRH: Oh, Granny, what sharp teeth you have got!

Wolf: The better to eat you up, LRRH.

Storyteller: With this words the wolf jumped out of bed and was ready to swallow the girl when suddenly the hunter appeared.

Hunter: What’s the noise? Oh, it is a wolf. The squirrels told me about you. How much harm you have done! I’ll punish you for that!

Storyteller: A kind hunter, taking the gun,




Stopped the bad wolf’s wicked harm.

He heard the poor old Grandma call

And shot the wolf and saved them all.

Granny: Oh, my dear child, I’m glad to see you.

LRRH: I’m pleased to see you, Granny. Here are the flowers and the cake for you.

Storyteller: This is the end of the story about Little Red Riding Hood, her sick Granny, a cunning hungry Wolf and the brave Hunter and the girl’s friends.

Children: Friendship is a thing for two,

Three or four, even more.

Like a song that’s made to sing

Friendship is a going thing.

The song:

The more we get together, together, together,

The more we get together, the happier we are!

For your friends are my friends, and my friends are your friends,

The more we get together, the happier we are!

Приложение.

Нey there little red ridin' hood

Нey there little red ridin' hood, you sure are lookin' good.
you every thing that a big bad wolf would want.
little red ridin' hood, I don’t think that a big girl sould,
go walkin' in the streets or woods alone.
What big eyes you have, the kinda' eyes that’ll drive wolves mad.
So to see, ya don’t get cheesed, I think I’m to walk with you to be safe.
What full lips you have…
Before we get to Grandma’s place, you’re sure to see things just my way.
I’m gonna keep my sheep suite on, untill I’m sure that you’ve been shown,
that I can be trusted here to walk with you alone.
Little red ridin' hood, I’d like to show ya know if I could,
but you might think that I’m a big bad wolk so I wont.
What big heart I have, all the better just to love you with.
Little red ridin' hood, even bad wolves can be good.
Gonna' keep you satisfied. Just walk on by my side.
And before we get to Grandma’s place, you aught to see things just my way.
I’m gonna' keep my sheep suite on, untill I’m sure that you’ve been shown,
that I can be trusted here to walk with you alone.
Little red ridin' hood, I’d like to give it to ya now if i could,
but you might think I’m a big bad wolk so I wont.
What big heart I have, all the better just to love you with.
Little red ridin' hood, even bad wolves can be good.
Gonna' keep you satisfied. Just walk on by my side.
And before we get to Grandma’s place, you aught to see things just my way.









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