Проект на тему: «Национальные традиции и праздники страны изучаемого языка» Выполнила: ученица 7Б класса МОУСОШ № 31 Коршунова Кристина Учитель: Дикова Н. Ю. Новочеркасск 2010 Цель исследования: изучение национальных традиций и праздников страны изучаемого языка и культуры. Задачи исследования: 1.Выявить и описать национальные праздники страны изучаемого языка с использованием страноведческих материалов. 2.Изучить традиции, обычаи, обряды, раскрывающие компоненты национальной культуры страны. 3. Сравнить традиции и праздники страны изучаемого языка и родной страны. Методы исследования: теоретический анализ по проблеме исследования; изучение и моделирование страноведческого материала, обобщение и синтез полученных результатов. WINTER January 1 – New Year’s Day On December 31 people usually visit their friends. There is a tradition First Foot. People bring a piece of coal for good luck in the New Year. Everyone hears the chimes of Big Ben. December 25 – Christmas Day It's Christmas! It's Christmas! Merry Christmas! Yes, it's merry, merry Christmas, it's time for hanging stockings, It's time for riding sleighs, It's time for jolly greeting, Snow and holly, overeating, Oh, I love you merry Christmas, You're the best of holidays February 14 – St.Valentine’s Day People buy or make Valentine cards and send them to people they love. They should not write their names on the cards. Those who get them must guess who sent them. SPRING March 14 – Mother’s Day Today is Mother's Day Today is Mother's Day. Let's help Mama. I'll make breakfast. You make lunch. I'll do the dishes. You do the shopping. Let's help Mama. It's Mother's Day. Today is Mother's Day. Let's help Mama. I'll sweep the bedrooms. You make the beds. I'll clean the kitchen. You do the laundry. Let's help Mama. It's Mother's Day. April – Easter At Easter children eat chocolate Easter eggs. Sometimes parents hide them in the house or in the garden and the children look for them. Day Spring - May 25 This day can be rightfully called a celebration of flowers - on the eve of houses and streets of England are decorated with garlands of spring flowers. In the morning the streets are held parades with flowers and branches of flowering trees. A day and evening celebration continues in the form of folk festivals. SUMMER June – Father’s Day On Father’s Day children give or send their fathers and grandfathers cards or present. July – Racing There are all kinds of racing in England: horseracing, motor-car racing, boat-racing, dog racing and even racing for donkeys. But there is the most famous boat-racing between Oxford and Cambridge. It is rowed over a course on the river Thames and thousand of people go to watch it. The First of September – School starts School bells are ringing, loud and clear; Vocation’s over, school is here When autumn comes and the weather is cool, Noting can take the place of school. October 31 – Halloween Treat Trick or treat, trick or treat, Give us something good to eat. Give us candy, give us cake, Give us something sweet to take. Give us cookies, fruit and gum, Hurry up and give us some. You had better do it quick Or we'll surely play a trick. Trick or treat, trick or treat, Give us something good to eat. November – Thanksgiving Day (in the USA) There is family holiday. People gather to give thanks for all the good things in their lives. They make a big turkey dinner.