|Ремизова Елена Сергеевна161|
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Россия, Ростовская обл., Шахты
Сценарий мероприятия, посвященного Дню Благодарения
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2.Ведущий 1 - приветствие
Good Day dear friends! Today we’ll speak about the celebration of Thanksgiving Day in USA. You will learn some traditions, customs and symbols of this holiday. So, let’s begin with the history of that famous holiday.
3. Ведущий 2 – история возникновения
Almost in every culture in the world there is a celebration of thanks for rich harvest. The American Thanksgiving began us a feast of thanksgiving almost four hundred years ago.
In 1620, a religious community sailed across the Atlantic Ocean to settle in the New World. They settled in what is now known as the state of Massachusettes. Their first winter in America was difficult. They arrived too late to grow a rich harvest. Moreover, half the colony died from disease. The following spring the Iroquois Indians taught them how to grow corn. Indians showed them also how to grow other crops and how to hunt and fish.
In the autumn of 1621 they got a beautiful harvest of corn, barley, beans and pumpkins. The colonists had much to be thankful for, so they planned a feast. Local Indian chef and ninety Indians were present. The colonists learned from Indians how to cook cranberries and dishes of corn and pumpkins.
In following years many of the colonists celebrated the harvest with a feast of thanks. After the United States gained independence, Congress recommended one yearly day of thanksgiving for the whole country. Later, George Washington suggested the date November 26 as Thanksgiving Day. Then, after the Civil war, Abraham Lincoln suggested the last Thursday in November to be the day of thanksgiving.
On Thanksgiving Day, family members gather at the house of an older relative, even if they live far away. All give thanks for everything good they have. Charitable organizations offer traditional meal to the homeless.
4. Ведущий 3 - Почти в каждой культуре мира существует праздник благодарности за богатый урожай. В1620 религиозная община переправилась через Атлантический океан и поселилась на территории современного штата Массачусетс. Прибыли они зимой, и поэтому не успели вырастить урожай. Половина колонии умерла от болезней. Индейцы из племени ирокезов научили их выращивать кукурузу, другие овощи и ловить рыбу.
Осенью 1621 года они собрали обильный урожай. Колонисты запланировали праздник в честь благодарности индейцем за помощь. После получения США независимости, один день в году был рекомендован как День благодарения. Раньше его отмечали 26 ноября, а сейчас День благодарения празднуется в последний четверг ноября.
В день благодарения члены семьи собираются в доме старшего родственника и выражают благодарность за все хорошее, что у них есть.
5. Ведущий 4- Thanksgiving Day Symbols
Богдан – Символы Дня благодарения
Thanksgiving symbolizes the joy of loving, caring, sharing. It is all about togetherness and merry making. The festival stands for the 'Oneness' of people. It epitomizes peace, harmony and union. People world over thank the Lord almighty for all the blessings and material possessions bestowed on them.
Special thanksgiving symbols prevalent world over are:
Pumpkins are a Thanksgiving favorite for about 400 years.
Turkey is an inseparable part of Thanksgiving celebration.
Corn were a part of first thanks giving feast & are popular till date.
Cranberry sauce is turkey's favorite thanksgiving feast partner.
Cornucopia is a horn-shaped basket filled with fruits & goodies
Beans are regarded as the third of the Indian Three Sisters.
6. Ведущий 1- Thanksgiving Day Tradition
Ведущий 3 – Традиции Дня благодарения
Thanksgiving is a happy holiday on the fourth Thursday of each November. Americans of all religions celebrate this holiday with big dinners and family reunions. It is a time to remember all the good things in life and to be thankful. Turkey is a traditional Thanksgiving Day Food.
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Every Thanksgiving Macy’s department store organizes a parade in New York City. In the parade there are balloons of popular cartoon characters, famous television stars, and bands from all over the United States. Each year, more than 55 million people watch this parade on television. Many other large American cities also have Thanksgiving Day parades. Watching college football games on television is also a typical Thanksgiving Day activity.
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10. Ведущий 1
National dances are other tradition. Kantry is one of the most beautiful dances. Now our students will help you to be convinced of it.
Ведущий - Другой традицией празднования Дня благодарения является исполнение национального танца кантри. И сейчас наши студенты исполнят этот танец для вас.
12. Ведущий 5- Thanksgiving Day Customs
Богдан – Обычаи Дня благодарения
Лера- Custom of sending messages
Богдан – Обычай посыла сообщений
Thanksgiving is a day when people send loving messages and warm wishes to their relatives, colleagues at work place, superiors and subordinates, near and dear ones. It is a day of conveying their feelings through Thanksgiving cards.
13. Ведущий 5 читает примеры посланий
Hi Dr. Priya
You are the most special person in my life. You are my friend, philosopher, guide and lot more.
Thanks for coming in my life.
May the wonderful Thanksgiving Day bring happiness in your family's life.
May the Love of the season guides us through our Life time.
Thanks so much for being there on my side and supporting me all through. Without you my life would have been incomplete.
Dear Mummy and Papa
You are the best parents any child can have. Thanks for being our parents.
Arpit and Dolly
14. Ведущий 2- Custom of Praying
For centuries, 'Thanksgiving Day' is associated with communal prayers in church and in homes. People offer various meal time prayers during the day. It is a time, when mankind thanks God for all his blessings and grace. It is also a day to show gratitude to your friends and relatives for all the good deeds.
For each new morning with its light,
For rest and shelter of the night,
For health and food,
For love and friends,
For everything Thy goodness sends.
Come, Lord Jesus, our guest to be
And bless these gifts
Bestowed by Thee.
And bless our loved ones everywhere,
And keep them in Your loving care.
Our Father in Heaven,
We give thanks for the pleasure
Of gathering together for this occasion.
We give thanks for this food
Prepared by loving hands.
We give thanks for life,
The freedom to enjoy it all
And all other blessings.
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"O give thanks to the God of heaven, for his steadfast love endures forever."
20. Ведущий 3- Thanksgiving Day Gifts
Подарки на день благодарения
Gift them a tight-warm hug, a beautiful flower, a pretty Thank You card or a beautiful Thanksgiving Day Gift to express your sincerest love and admiration for them. Remember the size of the gift does not matter it is the feeling behind the gift that really counts. Given below are some interesting Thanksgiving Gift ideas for those looking for appropriate Thanksgiving present for dear ones. So go ahead select a beautiful Thanksgiving gift and share the blessings of God with your friends, family, relatives and loved ones.
21. Ведущий 4- Thanksgiving Flower GiftMake the most of Thanksgiving Day by expressing love and admiration for everyone who cares for you and everyone special to you!! Try and remember everyone who did something good to you - those who were present with you when you badly wanted their support, or those who brought smile on your face when you were in a pensive
Цветочные подарки на день благодарения
Flowers are a perfect gift to express your gratitude to your near and dear ones. They don't cost much but say it all. Fresh flowers can lift someone's spirits, while dried flowers can be used to decorate homes.
22. Ведущий 5- Thanksgiving Gift Baskets
Подарки в виде корзины, наполненной фруктами, сладостями и выпечкой.
Goodies Gift Baskets are a much appreciated Thanksgiving Gift. This is because edibles such as snacks, cookies, food grains and fruits have always been associated with prosperity and happiness. You may also add chocolates and wine bottles to your gift basket and make it even more attractive for the recipient.
23. Ведущий - Thanksgiving Jewellery
Драгоценности на день благодарения
Gold jewellery and other precious metal and stone accessories are popular gifts items during Thanksgiving celebrations. An estimated of 16% of shoppers splurged on jewelry during thanksgiving weekend. Religious jewellery such as rosary beads and bracelet makes for an interesting gift. You may also opt for designer fashion jewelry which are cost effective and much appreciated in present times.
24. Ведущий Thanksgiving Chocolates
Шоколад как подарок на день благодарения
Another popular option for gifting is chocolate. Available in different flavors, shapes and sizes, chocolates are a favourite Thanksgiving gift among children and even grown ups. Club the chocolates with flowers and see that million dollar smile on your dear one's face.
25. Ведущий - Thanksgiving Teddy Bear
игрушечные мишки на день благодарения
Cuddly Teddy Bears and other stuffed toys make a cute and cozy Thanksgiving gift for children and sweethearts.
26. Ведущий - Thanksgiving Cakes
Домашние пироги в день благодарения
Scrumptious Cakes make an exotic Thanksgiving Gift for dear ones. Select the cake in recipient's favorite flavor to increase the impact of the gift. If you are good at baking, prepare the cake yourself for, nothing can match the feeling and zest of a homemade cake baked with love.
27. Ведущий - Thanksgiving Perfumes
Парфюмерия на день благодарения
A nice way to express your admiration for someone would be to present a mesmerizing perfume as a thanksgiving gift. Select an impressive bottle and recipient's favorite fragrance for heightened impact.
Origin of Thanksgiving Day
1. Thanksgiving Day is not celebrated in …
a) The USA
2. In America Thanksgiving Day is on …
a) the fourth Thursday in the month of November
b) the second Monday in the month of October
c) the fourth in the month of November
d) the first Sunday in the month of July
3. Its origin can be traced back to …
a) the 10th century
b) the 15th century
c) the 16th century
d) the 17th century
4. A pilgrim is …
a) a traveler who is on a journey to a holy place
b) a man who likes to travel
c) a person who doesn’t know where his native land is
d) a prisoner
5. The legendary pilgrims crossed the Atlantic in the year …
6. The name of the ship was …
7. There were … people on board the ship.
8. Why did the Pilgrims come to America?
a) The Pilgrims wanted freedom of religion.
b) The Pilgrims didn’t like the British Royal family.
c) The Pilgrims wanted to find gold in America.
d) The Pilgrims wanted to meet Indians.
9. The pilgrims reached … after a sea journey of 66 days.
a) Los Angeles
10. In the spring of 1621, … taught the pilgrims to survive by growing food.
a) Squanto, a native Indian
b) Pocahontas, an Indian girl
c) Black Hoof, a chief of the Shawnee Indians of Ohio
d) Chief Sitting Bull, the great Lakota Indian warrior
11. It is said that Pilgrims learnt to grow …
a) apricot, cherry, avocado
b) cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprout
c) corn, beans and pumpkins
d) corn, beetroot, melon
12. The grand feast was organized to thank …
a) Indians for their knowledge
b) god for his favors
c) each other for their work
d) Squanto, a native Indian
13. The feast lasted for …
a) 2 days
b) 5 days
c) a week
d) 3 days
14. What American president proclaimed this holiday as a national Day of Thanksgiving?
a) George Washington
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) Theodore Roosevelt
d) Abraham Lincoln