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Form: 3

Objectives: will be able to speak about winter holidays and use The Past Simple Tense for making the sentences.

Equipment: pupil’s book, multimedia projector and presentation in PowerPoint, hand­outs, drawings, themed pictures.




a) Good morning!

I can have coffee without cream

Night to without lights

meals without rice

Burger without cheese,

but never a day

Without greetings

b) Singing of a song “Good morning”

2. Warm-up.

  •  What day is it today?
  •  What date is it today?
  •  What is the weather like today?

1. Topic and aims.

  • Let’s start our lesson. Today we’ll continue to speak about celebrations, traditions and customs. This lesson will be very interesting. We have very interesting television program: “Celebrations”.

This program has:

  •  different celebrations Christians;
  •  beautiful traditions Christians;
  •  wonderful customs Christians and many others.

2. Revising the material.

  • Look at the picture. Complete the sentences.
  1.  Most Christians celebrate Christmas on the 25-th of December. They celebrate the birth of Christ who was born in a stable in Bethlehem.
  2.  At Christmas time people have Christmas trees in their homes. They put lights and other decorations on them.
  3.  On Christmas Eve, 24-th December, children put Christmas stockings at the bottom of their beds. In the morning, on Christmas Day, they wake up early to see the presents in their stockings.

4) Children believe that Father Christmas, or Santa Clause as he is called in America, brings their presents. Father Christmas began as a man called Nicholas.

5) Traditionally Christmas dinner is roast turkey with roast potatoes and other vegetables. After dinner they have Christmas pudding.

3. Match.

  • Let’s have a test. Look at the screen and match the words to make up phrases.
  1. To perform                    a)gifts
  2. To pull                         b)  together
  3. To get                           c)  respects
  4. To exchange                d)tricks
  5. To watch                     e)  the cracker
  6. To pay                         f)  fireworks

 Ok, you’ve learned new words well. Thank you!

4. Doing exercises using Past Simple.

 Put the verbs into the Past Simple Tense.

  1. He... (make) a cake yesterday.
  2. Ann... (get up) late yesterday morning
  3. She...(leave) two days ago.
  4. We... (have) a great time at the party last Saturday.
  5. They... (go) to the cinema last night.

5. Introduction of new lexical units

  • Children, look at the video and repeat after me.

A personality                               особистість

To fancy                                      уявляти (собі)

To slip                                        ковзати, посковзнутися

To trip                                        спотикатися

Horrible                                      страшний

To be excited                               бути зворушеним, схвильованим

6. Relaxation

  • You’ve managed to do the task well. Are you tired? Let’s relax:

One little finger, one little finger, one little  finger.

Point to the ceiling, point to the floor.

Put it on your mouth.

7. Reading

Pupils, we know on Feb. 14-th people all over the world celebrate St. Valentine’s Day. They give each other Valentine cards, chocolates and flowers to say how much they love one another. The history of Valentine’s Day -and the saint after whom the day is named - is a bit of a mystery.

One of them says that Valentine was a priest who lived in the third century in Rome. At that time, young men were not allowed to get married because the Emperor needed them as soldiers.

  • Let’s start to read the text. Then we’ll answer to some questions.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Every February, 14, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who is this mysterious saint and why do we celebrate this holiday?

The history of Valentine’s Day is shrouded in mystery. St. Valentine’s Day contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition. There are many legends about Saint Valentine and the origins of the holiday.

One legend says that Valentine was a priest who served during the third century in Rome. When Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those married, he outlawed marriage for young men.

Valentine, realizing the injustice of the decree, defied Claudius and continued to perform marriages for young lovers in secret. When Valentine’s actions were discovered, Claudius ordered that he be put to death. And Valentine’s Day is celebrated in the middle of February to commemorate the anniversary of Valentine’s death, which probably occurred around 270 A.D.

According to another legend, Valentine actually sent the first “valentine” greeting himself. While in prison, Valentine fell in love with a young girl, his jailor’s daughter, who visited him during his confinement. Before his death, he wrote her a letter, which he signed “From your Valentine”, an expression that is still in use today. Legends usually says that Valentine was a sympathetic, heroic, and romantic person. In the Middle Ages, Valentine was one of the most popular saints in England and France.

  1. Is this celebration popular in Ukraine?
  2.  What way do they celebrate this day?
  • Listen and point the text.

         8. Watching

  • Now, pupils, look at the video and listen the cartoon.
  • Is the celebration popular in Ukraine?

Students say:

  • Santa Clause, Santa Clause, come to our lesson!
  • Who is it?

         9. Singing the song

- Now, children, we sing the song “We wish you a Merry Christmas”.


  1. Hometask
  • Open your day-books and write down the home task.

2. Summarizing.

  • You worked excellent today.
  • I’m very proud of you!
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