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Robert Burns – Great Scottish poet - Сценарій

saddest mist bitter and moving poem he had ever written:(a few days before his death)
You banks and scopes of bonnie done
How can you bloom so fresh and fair!
How can you sing, you little birds
And I so weary, full of care.
T: I think It's time to have a rest. Let's sing the famous Scottish song "Auld Lang Sync"
Should auld acquaintance be forget,
And never brought mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forget,
And auld Lang Sync?
For auld Lang sync,
We'll take a cup of kindness yet,
For auld Lang sync.
Write down the sentence and put different kinds of question to this sentences.
S. Marshak has translated many R. Burns poems from sentence.
1. Has S. Marshak translated…?
2. How many…?
3. Who was…?
4. Whose poem has S. M…?
5. Has…an English or Russian poem?
6. From what language has…?
7. S. M. has translated…hasn't he?
Listen the song "There Is No Pease in my Hart" from the film "Office Romance." The words have been translated by S. Marshak and written by R. Burns.
T: When and where did R. Burns die?
S: R. Burns died on July 21, 1796. He was only 37. R. Burns was berried at Dumfries. He was a great son of the Scottish people. There are many museums devoted to Burns in Scotland. R. Burns is know throughout the world. His poems have been translated into many languages. In one of his most famous poems Burns wrote:
"For all that and all that
That man to man, the world o'er
Shall brother be for all that."
T: Who knows this poem in Russian?
"При всём при том, при всём при том.
Могу вам предсказать я, что будет день когда кругом
Все люди станут братья"
T: Read the dialogues and act them.
- Glad to see you
- Glad to see you too!
- I know you are fond of Burns poems. Tell me please, what was the first Burns love song?
- His first Burns love song was…
- Nell was a country girl, wasn't she?
- Yes she was…
- I've heard you have s book of poems by Robert Burns.
- Oh, yes, I have.
- Will you tell me when did R. Burns begin to write?
- R. Burns began to write…
- What did he described…
- Was he a true poet in Scotland?
- Yes, he was.
- They say. Burns wrote his poems in the Scottish dialect. Am I right?
- Yes you are right. He…
- When did he publish his first book?
- R. Burns was twenty-seven.
- How this book called?
- The book was called…
- I've heard Robert Burns is a (great) famous Scottish poet? Did you read his poems?
- As for me I…
- What's this poem about?
- Burns gives…
- Thanks.
- Don't mention it.
- They say you like to read the Robert Burns poems?
- Yes, I like to read his poems.
- What R. Burns poems have you read?
- As for me I have read "The Cotter's Saturday Night"
- What is this poem about?
- Burns write about a poor faming family.
-I've heard Robert Burns wrote the poem "The Free of Liberty"
-Yes, they say…
-Do you know this poem in Russia?
-Yes, do.
-Have you read R. Burns "A Winter Night"
-Yes, I have read this poem.
-What is this poem about?
-"A Winter Night" is about…
-I am glad to see you
-I am glad to see you too!
They say you like to read the Robert Burns poems? Am I right?
-Yes, you are right. O like to read Burn's poems.
-Is that your favorite poem?
-My favorite poem is…
-They say you like to read the Robert Burns poems?
-Yes, I like to read his poems.
-What R. Burns poems have you read?
-As for me I have read "The Cotter's Saturday Night"
-What is this poem about?
-In this poem Burns writes about a poor faming family.
T: What generation does R. Burns represent?
S: R. Burns represents the generation of Romantic writes. In his poems he described with love and understanding the single life he knew. My mind "My hearts in the highlands" is his best poem. He wrote:
"My heart's in the highlands,
My hearts is not here
My hearts in the highlands
A chasing the deer…
A chasing the wild deer and
Following the roe-
My heat is in the highlands,
Wherever I go.
T: What Ukrainian poem reminds you the poem?
S: Звучит мелодия "Реве та стогне Дніпр широкий"
To my mind, it's "My Testament" by Taras Shevchenko a famous
Ukrainian poet T. Shevchenko his poem wrote in:
"When I dead them bury me
In my beloved Ukraine
My tomb upon a drave mound high
Amid the spreading plain
So that the fields, the boundless steppes,
The Dnieper's plunging shore
The eyes could see, my ears could here
The mighty river roar.
T: The Ukrainian teacher N. P. will tell us some words about T. Shevchenko
T. Shevchenko was born on 9 March 1814 in Marintsi, Kiev gubernia,
He died 10 March 1861 in Petersburg, Russia.
Shevchenko has an important place in Ukrainian history.
Maxim Rulskiy - a famous Ukrainian poet said:
Кобзарьом його ми знаймо,
Так від роду й до, роду,
Кожен вірш свій і поему
Він присвячував народу.
Although Shevchenko is seen mainly as a poet, he was also a highly accomplished artist.
T: Children, take the cards and make up a story about T. Shevchenko.
Use the words and word combinations.
1. was born in 1814
2. a small village in Marintsi
3. was poor, a true poet of Ukraine
4. was not only a poet?
5. is known all over the world
6. the poems have been translated
7. a highly accomplished artist
8. was a great man?
9. died in 1861
10. was berried near Kaniv
Дети составляют рассказ с опорой на карточки и пересказывают биографию Тараса Шевченко.
T: What, Shavchenko's poems do you know? Will you recite your favorite poem? (дети читают стихи на украинском языке)
What pictures did T. Shevchenko paint? (дети показывают картины, учитель показывает копии картин.) Обобщение изученного на уроке.
Pupils, our lessons is coming to the end I'm happy to say we've done a good bit of work during this lesson.
Will you answer my question?
Who is the famous Scottish (Ukrainian) poet?
Tomorrow we will speak about R. Kipling, and that's why today I Offer you a fragment of his poem. So pupils, open your hearts to noble ideas, because he wrote this poem as a will tohis son:
(The pupils listen to the poem)
If you can yourself when all man doubt you
But make allowance for their doubting too.
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being life about, don't dial in lies
Or being hated, don't give way to hating
And yet don't look too good nor talk too wise.
If you can dream and not make dreams you master,
If you can think and not make thoughts your aim
If you can meet the Triumph and Disaster
And treat those importers just the same.
If you fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty second worth of distance run.
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it
And which is more - you'll be a Man. My son!
T: What's this poem about?
Do you like it? Why?
What do you like best at this lesson?
(The students' answers)
T: So our time is up.
I see, you have found our lesson interesting.
Good bye, see you tomorrow.