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Children’s Literature.

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Topic. Children’s Literature.
Goals. Ознайомити учнів з дитячою англійською літературою, її типами і видами, історія їх виникнення.
Розвивати пам'ять, усне мовлення, логічне мислення.
Виховувати інтерес до англійської мови та літератури.
Equipment: газета “Limericks”, прислів’я, музичний запис пісні “Dickery, Dickery, Dock”, загадки, маски вовка та поросят, ребус.

I. Organization of the lesson.

Teacher: The English folklore was a source of imaginative literature which reflected national ideals, the mentality of the English people. The English folklore includes ballads, nursery rhymes, legends.
Folklore became part and parcel of English children’s literature.

II. The main part of the lesson.
1. Listening the poems.

Teacher: Listen the English poems.
Pupil 1. Humpty-Dumpty
Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty-Dumpty had a great fall;
All the King’s horses and all the King’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.
Сидел на стене
Свалился во сне.
Вся королевская конница,
Вся королевская рать
Не может Шалтая,
Не может Болтая,
Шалтая-Болтая собрать.
Pupil 2. Autumn Thought
Flowers are happy in summer.
In autumn they die and are blown away.
Dry and withered,
Their petals dance in the wind
Like little brown butterflies.
2. Listening the limericks.

Pupil 3. A limerick is a comic or ironical verse consisting of five lines beginning with the words “there was”.
Pupil 4. There was an old woman
Who lived in a shoe.
Who had so many children,
She did not know what to do;
She gave them some broth
Without any bread.
She whipped them all soundly
And put them to bed.
Pupil 5. There was a young lady of Niger
Who smiled when she rode on a tiger
They came from the ride
With the lady inside
And a smile on the face of the tiger.
Pupil 6. Limericks are very popular in England. In 1960, a competition for the best limerick was held by the “Daily Worker”.
Pupil 7. There was a young lady whose nose
Was so long that it reached to her toes.
So she hired on old lady
Whose conduct was steady
So carry that wonderful nose.
Pupil 8. There is a young lady whose nose
Continually prospers and grows;
When it grew out of sight,
She exclaimed in a fright.
“Oh! Farewell to the end of my nose!”
3. Solving the riddles.

Teacher: Children’s literature is full of different riddles. Solve the riddles about school.
1) Has no legs,
But just for fun
It is always
On the run. (a ball)
2) My face is black,
As black as night.
On it, with chalk,
All pupils write.
All right! (a blackboard)
3) It is blue,
And green,
And yellow.
It shows rivers,
Cities, mountains, lakes and seas –
All are there
For him who sees. (a map)
4) It is running
Night and day
But it never
Runs away. (a watch)
5) This is a house
With one window in it,
Showing films
Nearly every minute. (a TV-set)
6) I don’t know
The ABC,
But I’m writing,
As you see. (a pen)
7) I’m black,
And red
And blue
I draw everything
For you. (a pencil)
4. Game “What proverbs do you know?”

Teacher: What proverbs about studying do you know?
1) Live and learn.
2) It is never too late to learn.
3) There is no royal road to learning.
4) To know everything is to know nothing.
5) Knowledge is power.
5. Singing a song.

Teacher: Sing a song.
Dickery, Dickery, Dock!
The mouse ran up the clock,
The clock struck one,
The mouse ran down.
Dickery, Dickery, Dock!
6. Solving the problem.

Teacher: I propose you to solve the problem. Choose the same notes and make the words.

7. Listening the fairy-tale.

Teacher: English fairy-tales have happy ending and usually begin with the words “Once upon a time…” I propose you to watch the tale “Three little pigs”.

Three little pigs
Characters: Naff-Naff, Snuff-Snuff, Niff-Niff, Wolf.
Scene 1

Naff-Naff: Hello, boys and girls. I am Naff-Naff.
Snuff-Snuff: I am Snuff-Snuff.
Niff-Niff: And I am Niff-Niff.

(The pigs dance together and sing.)
Who's afraid of big bad wolf,
Big bad wolf, big bad wolf,
Who's afraid of big bad wolf,
Naff-Naff: Now stop dancing and listen to me. Winter is coming. The Wolf is hungry. We must
build a house and live there together.
Snuff-Snuff: I want to eat and sleep.
Niff-Niff: I want to sing and play.
Naff-Naff: As you like. I shall go and make a house. (Go away.)
Snuff-Snuff and Niff-Niff (together): We shall go and make a house too. (Go away.)
Scene 2
I have built my house of grass,
House of grass, house of grass.
I have made my house of grass,
(In comes the Wolf. Niff-Niff runs to his house.)
Wolf: Little pig, little pig, let me in.
Niff-Niff (sings):
Who's afraid of big bad wolf,
Big bad wolf, big bad wolf,
Who's afraid of big bad wolf,
Wolf: I'll huff and I'll puff till I blow your house down.
(The Wolf blows, the house blows down but Niff-Niff has run away.)
Scene 3
Snuff-Snuff (sings):
I have built my house of sticks,
House of sticks, house of sticks,
I have built my house of sticks,
(In comes the Wolf. Snuff-Snuff hides in his stick house.)
Wolf: Pig, pig, let me in.
Snuff-Snuff: (sings):
Who's afraid of big bad wolf,
Big bad wolf, big bad wolf,
Who's afraid of big bad wolf,
Wolf: Then I'll huff and I'll puff till I blow your house down.
(The Wolf blows and blows, the house falls down. But Snuff-Snuff has run away. The Wolf runs after him.)
Scene 4
Naff-Naff (sings):
I have built my house of bricks,
House of bricks, house of bricks,
I have built my house of bricks,

(Niff-Niff and Snuff-Snuff run into Naff-Naff’s house.)
Niff-Niff and Snuff-Snuff (together): Close the door, close the door! The Wolf is coming.
(The Wolf runs up but just too late.)
Wolf: Pigs, pigs, let me in.
(But the pigs do not open the door. The Wolf blows and blows until he falls down. The pigs dance round the dead Wolf and sing.)

Who's afraid of big bad wolf,
Big bad wolf, big bad wolf,
Who's afraid of big bad wolf,


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