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NÁZEV ŠKOLY: Základní škola Strančice, okres Praha - východ AUTOR: Mgr. Lenka Kulhavá NÁZEV: VY_32_INOVACE_188.8.131.52 O 05 TEMA: ANGLIČTINA ČÍSLO PROJEKTU: CZ.1.07/1.4.00/21.2976
Anotace : o Prezentace je určena žákům 8. a 9. tříd. Je určena k seznámení, příp. k zopakování učiva týkajícího se vánočních zvyků v anglicky mluvících zemích. o Nejdříve se žáci seznámí s pojmem Vánoce a s vánočními zvyky ve Velké Británii od 24.prosince do 1. ledna. o Ve snímku 7 mají uvést anglické názvy všech pěti uvedených dní. o Na závěr si mohou vyzkoušet vánoční kvíz. o Prezentaci lze ukončit rozhovorem se žáky o Vánocích v GB nebo se lze vrátit ke snímku 7 a žáci mohou popisovat jednotlivé vánoční dny a zvyky, které je provázejí.
CHRISTMAS is the day when Christ was born. It is the biggest festival of the year. Xmas also means Christmas. The name Christmas comes from the Mass of Christ. The night of the 24th is a quiet time which is usually spent with the family and very close friends, talking and drinking wine and eating too many sweets. It´s called Christmas Eve. Children believe that Father Christmas ( or Santa Claus) comes on his sledge pulled by his reindeer, enters the house through the chimney and puts the children´s presents into their stockings.Father Christmas comes when everyone's asleep. The night of the 24th is a quiet time which is usually spent with the family and very close friends, talking and drinking wine and eating too many sweets. It´s called Christmas Eve. Children believe that Father Christmas ( or Santa Claus) comes on his sledge pulled by his reindeer, enters the house through the chimney and puts the children´s presents into their stockings. Father Christmas comes when everyone's asleep.
Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December. The day is called Christmas Day. This is when it gets to the fun part - opening presents! The dinner on Christmas day is the most important meal of the year. The British usually have roast turkey served with a lot of vegetables, like roast potatoes, turnips, cauliflower and broccoli, with gravy, mint or cranberry sauce followed by Christmas pudding (plum pudding). Christmas dinners in England have to come with Christmas crackers - they are tubes of cardboard that look like sweets.To open them you need to pull the two ends apart and that's when they should open with a little bang! Christmas dinners in England have to come with Christmas crackers - they are tubes of cardboard that look like sweets. To open them you need to pull the two ends apart and that's when they should open with a little bang! Boxing Day comes after Christmas Day. Boxing day comes from the word "box". In the old days, people went around to other people's houses on that day asking for food or money.
New Year´s Eve in Scotland is called Hogmanay. All over Britain there are parties, fireworks, singing and dancing. As the clock Big Ben strikes midnight, people link arms and and sing a song called Auld Lang Syne. It reminds them of old and new friends. On New year´s Day the British have a tradition of “first footing“ – the first person to enter the house should be a dark-haired man. If not, one can expect bad luck in the coming year. People in the UK love to enjoy every minute of the going year. Parties, dance and live performances are some of the events of New Year.
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CHRISTMAS QUIZ 1)Children in England and America get presents on a) Christmas Day in the evening b) Christmas Day in the morning c) Christmas Eve in the evening d) Christmas Eve in the morning 2) Santa's sleigh is pulled by a) caribou b) elk c) moose d) reindeer 3) Which of the following doesn't bring Christmas presents? a) Father Christmas b) Santa Claus c) Indiana Jones d) St. Nick 4) Where do children in America hang their stockings? a) above the door b) in the chimney c) on the Christmas tree d) on the mantelpiece d b c d
5) What is the 26th December called in Britain? a) Boxing Day b) Judo Day c) Karate Day d) Wrestling Day 6) English Christmas crackers a) are dangerous b) are eaten after dinner at Christmas c) are made of paper d) are usually given as Christmas presents 7) The traditional English Christmas pudding is usually made mostly from a) beef and spices b) milk and sugar c) raisins and other dried fruit d) vegetables and flour 8) Who is said to have been the man who started the tradition of a Christmas tree? a) Martin Luther King b) Martin Luther c) St. Stephen d) Stephen King a c c b
9) A man and a woman are supposed to kiss when they meet under the a) Christmas tree b) holly c) ivy d) mistletoe 10) Baby Jesus was born in Bethlehem to Mary and her husband a) John b) Joseph c) Moses d) Stephen d b
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