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Teacher: Good afternoon, dear friends! Today we all have gathered here to celebrate St. Valentines Day. To name this event Ive
used the words of a nice English proverb Above all, love all. Love! Happiness! Beauty! Therere not so many days in a year when
we pronounce these pleasant words. Today, you have an excellent chance to plunge into the atmosphere of love and camaraderie,
to take part in the games, to practice the use of some pleasant words and expressions on this special occasion. Happy St.
Valentines Day!
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Pupil 1: Ladies and gentlemen! Good afternoon!
Pupil 2: Its lovely to meet you here, at St. Valentines Games.
Pupil 1: Now lets listen to History of Valentines Day. Ever wonder who St. Valentine was? Or why so many people get all mushy
around the second week of February? Heres a brief synopsis: St. Valentine was actually two people (that werent romantically
involved) who were martyred on the same day. Feasts commemorating them were celebrated on February 14. One was a priest and
physician who died in Rome during the persecution of Christians by Claudius II Grothicus. The other was the bishop at Terni, Italy
who was also martyred in Rome. Both have been buried at different places along the Flaminian Way.
Pupil 2: So why do people send valentines or love tokens to one another on that day? The origin of that tradition is not thought to
have any connection with the saints day. Rather it comes from an early European belief that the second week of February was when
birds began to mate. The idea suggests that lovers should probably exchange notes and gifts on February 14 in conjunction with
what nature practiced.
Nowadays, Valentines Day is observed as a special day for love and romance. This topic is one of the oldest, and probably most
discussed, issues in history!
II.
Pupil 1: Now we suggest that you should be divided into 3 teams. "Cutie Pies "(!) is the name of the 1st team. ''Sweeties
(!) is the name of the 2nd team. And ''Hot Guys '' ( ) is the name of the 3rd team.
Pupil 2: The captain of Cutie Pies is . The captain of Sweeties is . The captain of Hot Guys is The members of the jury are

Pupil 1: The motto of Cutie Pies is


Cutie Pies: Cutie Pies! Cutie Pies! Tons of love from all of us!
Pupil 2: The motto of Sweeties is
Sweeties: Sweeties make you smile! Sweeties warm your hearts!
Pupil 1: The motto of Hot Guys is
Hot Guys: Hot Guys are cool! We make you squeal!

II.
Quiz 1 ( 1)
Pupil 2: ( 2) Match the male names to the female ones so that to make up the famous couples in love.
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Quiz 2 ( 2) [1]
Pupil 1: ( 4) Unscramble the words and write them correctly in 1 minute.
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Quiz 3 ( 3) [2]
Pupil 2: ( 6) Find as many words as you can while the music is playing on. Words can be read in any directions.
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Quiz 4 for Support groups
Pupil 1: ( 8) Now, this quiz is for fans of each team. Just imagine that you build a Town of Love. They will name streets,
squares, alleys, parks, lakes, rivers, monuments. Then in 5 minutes fans of each team will tell their variants, and get a paper heart
for each nice name. At the end of the contest the paper hearts will be turned into some additional scores for their teams.
Quiz 5 The love letter ( 4) [3]
Pupil 1: ( 9) Once upon a time there lives a boy who loved a girl very much. But the girls father didnt like the boy and didnt want
his daughter to meet him. One day the boy decided to write the girl a love letter. He knew that the girls father would read it first, so
he used one simple trick. When the letter arrived both the girl and the father were happy. The girl knew that the boy still loved her
and the father decided that he didnt like his daughter any more. Can you guess why they are so happy?
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Quiz 6 Captains contest ( 11) ( 5)
Pupil 2: Well, it is Captains contest now. Try to find Russian equivalents to the English proverbs in turn as quickly as possible and
win some more additional scores for your teams. Welcome!
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III. ( 13-49)
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Pupil 2: ( 13) Here comes the high spot of our event today. There are 3 categories such as: The Royal Family and the
Government, Tourist Attractions and Love is with 4 questions in each. The teams in turn will choose the category and the
question and try to answer it and collect as many scores as possible.
Category: The Royal Family & the Government ( 14)
100 Who is the current monarch of the UK?
A) King George;
B) Queen Elizabeth I;
C) Queen Elizabeth II
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200 Where did Prince Williams and Kate Middleton get married?
A) Westminster Abbey;
B) St. Pauls Cathedral;
C) St. Patricks Cathedral
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300 How many grandchildren does Queen Elizabeth have?
) 6;
B) 12;
C) 8
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400 Who did the British call The Iron Lady?

A) Agatha Christy;
B) Margaret Thatcher;
C) Lady Hamilton
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Category: Tourist Attractions
100 Where can you see world famous wax figures in London?
A) in the British Museum;
B) at Madame Tussauds;
C) in Tate Gallery
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200 What tomb did an Indian Ruler Shah Jahan build in honour of his wife after she died?
A) the Collesseum;
B) the Taj Mahal;
C) the Millennium Tower
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300 Where is European touring exhibition London Amora dedicated to love and relationships situated?
A) in Trafalgar Square;
B) in Piccadilly Circus;
C) in Camden Town
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400 Where were two wives of King Henry VIII executed?
A) at Westminster;
B) in the London Dungeon;
C) at the Tower of London
Category: Love is
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100 Who is the author of the love novel Jane Eyre?
A) Emily Dickinson;
B) Thomas Hardy;
C) Charlotte Bronte
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200 Who wrote the famous poem A Red, Red Rose?
A) Thomas Hardy;
B) Longfellow;
C) Robert Burns
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300 Who starred in the Gone With The Wind?
A) Cary Grant;
B) Paul Newman;
C) Clark Cable
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400 Who are two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately unite their feuding families?
) Tristan and Iseult;
B) Romeo and Juliet;
C) Layla and Majnun
IV.
Teacher: The last part of the contest is to make up a Five-line stanza. - . "inq"
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Teacher: Here are the rules what a five-line stanza consists of:
1.

The first line has got one word consisting of one syllable. It can be the title of the poem.

2.

The second line has got four syllables. It describes the subject, topic.

3.

The third line consists of six syllables. It describes actions.

4.

The fourth line consists of eight syllables. It describes something special about the topic, some feelings.

5.

The last line consists of two syllables. It should give the description.

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Love
The main thing
Helps, creates, heals, enjoys.
Exciting, pleasant, feelings
Marvelous!
Teacher: Now I give you seven minutes for making a poem up. Then you will read them aloud and get your scores for your teams.
V.
Pupil I: Dear friends, here are some Valentine cards!
Pupil 2: And greetings specially for you on St. Valentine's Day.
Pupil I:
Although I know that friendship reaches
Far across the miles
I'd still be glad to see one of
Your warm and friendly smiles.
And though I know
The times we've shared
Will last within the heart.
I can't help wishing
We weren't so far apart!
Pupil 2:
Today we brought some valentines!
I have a little valentine
That someone sent to me.
It's pink and white
And red and blue
And pretty as can be.
Forget-me-nots
Are round the edge
And tiny roses, too, and
Such lovely pieces of lace
The very palest blue.
And in the centre
There's a heart
As red as red can be!
And on it's written
All in gold 'To you
With love from me
Teacher: What can you say about the role of love in peoples life?
What symbol is for St. Valentines Day?
Pupil 1: Love is the foundation of our life. It has very many aspects: love of our parents and to our parents; love to our Motherland,
to our school and schoolmates; love to ones job; love to children and of a man to a woman.
Pupil 2: Love is lifes main principle. Everything in life depends on it: relations in the family, success in work, even peoples health.
Symbol for St. Valentines Day is a red heart.
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Teacher: OK. I would like to thank you for being active and creative during these games and I would like you to choose a smiley that
suits your mood best.
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Heres special valentine
With lots of love for you
And since youre very special
Here are hugs and kisses, too!
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: The boys and the girls! Good afternoon!
: Its lovely to meet you here, at Valentines party.

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Love, love me do,
You know I love you,
Ill always be true,
So please, love me do.
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Someone to love,
Somebody new,
Someone to love,
Someone like you.
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I hope that Valentines Day
Will bring you lots of fun!
He thinks youre extra specially nice,
And so does everyone!
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Youre just the nicest kind of boy or girl
So very grown up, too
No wonder that this Valentine
Brings lots of love for you.
: Its here again, the day when boys and girls, sweethearts and lovers, husbands and wives, and will exchange greetings of
affection and undying love.
: St. Valentines Day, February 14, has been a customary day for choosing sweethearts and exchanging love.
: What kind of holiday is St. Valentines Day? What is his origin?
1: ( 3).
No one really knows the actual origin of Valentine's Day. Many historians consider this was held on February 14 to honor Faunus,
the god of animal life, hunting, herding, the patron of husbandry, and the guardian of the secret lore of nature. After Christianity
spread, some think this pagan festival eventually became Valentine's Day.
2. ( 4, 5).
Other experts connect Valentine's Day with two saints of the early Christian church. According to one story, St. Valentine's was a
priest who would marry young couples against the orders of the Roman Emperor Claudius 11, who believed that single young men
made better soldiers. This story goes back to about A.D. 200.
3. ( 4,6).
There also was another St. Valentine who was a good friend to children. Because he would not worship the gods decreed by the
Roman emperor, he was put in prison. While he was imprisoned, the children that he had befriended missed him and brought him
loving notes. Many of the notes expressed the thought that "absence makes the heart grow fonder." He was supposedly executed on
February 14 in A.D. 270. Some people think this is why we exchange friendly and caring messages on this day.
4. ( 4,7).
Many old-fashioned Valentine's Day customs involved ways single women could learn their future husbands might be. In England in
the 1700s, women wrote men's names on scraps of paper, rolled each in a ball of clay, and dropped them into water. The first paper
that surfaced supposedly had the name of the woman's true love.
5. ( 4,8).
Some people connect the celebrating of Valentine's Day with an old English belief that birds choose their mates on February. This,
too, possible, since spring was less than a month away. The calendar used before 1582 was slightly different from the one we use
now. Spring arrived on March 11 on the old calendar.
6. ( 9).
The customs of sending valentine cards started in Europe in the 1700s. Commercial valentines were first made in the early 1800s.
Kate Greenaway, a British artist, was one of the leading makers of valentines. Her valentines are known for her drawing of little
children and the varied shades of blues and greens that she favored. Whatever the origin, Valentine's Day is celebrated in many
parts of the world today and is a holiday for both young and old.
But now let's have a fun and play.
Game DOMINO ( 10).
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ADAM

JOSEPHINE

NAPOLEON

CINDERELLA

RHET BUTTLER

JULIET

PRINCE CHARLES

EVE

ROMEO

CLEOPATRA

PRINCE

SCARLET O'HARA

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1. This day is named after St. ___
4. Prudence is the better part of ___
6. Significant color
8. This day is celebrated in this month
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2. They are more than friends. They are ___
3. It takes___
5. The most common flower given on this day.
7. Poor Bob he got a ___ John letter yesterday
9. I love ___.
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1) Love of money is the root of all evil.

2) Love laughs at locks myths.

3) Love will find a way.

4) Love me little, love me long.

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5) Love me, love my dog.

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6) Love is blind.

7) All is fair in love and war.

8) It is love mat makes the word go round.

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'Let Me Call You Sweetheart'
Let me call you sweetheart,
I'm in love with you.
Let me hear you whisper
That you love me too.
Keep the love light glowing
In your eyes so true.
Let me call you sweetheart,
I'm in love with you.

T: Boys and girls! Our lesson is over. But we will continue to know more about the English traditions. Thank you very much!
Goodbye!
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No one really knows the actual origin of Valentine's Day. Many historians, however, seem to
trace it to an ancient Roman festival called Lupercalia. This was held on February 15 to honor
Faunus, the god of animal life, hunting, herding, the patron of husbandry, and the guardian of
the secret lore of nature. After Christianity spread, some think this pagan festival eventually
became Valentine's Day.
Other experts connect Valentine's Day with two saints of the early Christian church.
According to one story, St. Valentine's was a priest who would marry young couples against the
orders of the Roman Emperor Claudius 11, who believed that single young men made better
soldiers. This story goes back to about A.D. 200.
There also was another St. Valentine who was a good friend to children. Because he would
not worship the gods decreed by the Roman emperor, he was put in prison. While he was
imprisoned, the children that he had befriended missed him and brought him loving notes. Many
of the notes expressed the thought that "absence makes the heart grow fonder." He was
supposedly executed on February 14 in A.D. 270. Some people think this is why we exchange
friendly and caring messages on this day.
Some people connect the celebrating of Valentine's Day with an old English belief that birds
choose their mates on February. This, too, possible, since spring was less than a month away.
The calendar used before 1582 was slightly different from the one we use now. Spring arrived
on March 11 on the old calendar.
Many old-fashioned Valentine's Day customs involved ways single women could learn their
future husbands might be. In England in the 1700s, women wrote men's names on scraps of
paper, rolled each in a ball of clay, and dropped them into water. The first paper that surfaced
supposedly had the name of the woman's true love.
The customs of sending valentine cards started in Europe in the 1700s. Commercial
valentines were first made in the early 1800s. Kate Greenaway, a British artist, was one of the

leading makers of valentines. Her valentines are known for her drawing of little children and the
varied shades of blues and greens that she favored. Whatever the origin, Valentine's Day is
celebrated in many parts of the world today and is a holiday for both young and old.
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"This is the legend of how St. Valentine's Day began. When the Roman emperor Claudius 11
needed soldiers, he made a law against marrying because he left that marriage made men want
to stay at home instead of fighting wars. But at that time there was a kindly priest named
Valentine. He couldn't agree with the emperor's decision. When he saw that young couples were
truly in love, he married them secretly'.
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: My daughter! My son! I declare you husband and wife!
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1: Priest, you have been discovered and condemned to death!
2: To prison! To Tower!
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: What a beautiful girl!
: This is my daughter. She is blind! She will probably never see the light, the
trees ! ().
: I'll help her by working a miracle!
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: I'm so grateful to you. Even in prison you. Valentine, showed your love for everyone
and restored my sight!
: Unfortunately, tomorrow, on February, I am to die. But I 'm scared and I want to
tell everybody on earth, "I love you. I'm your Valentine - : Just before his
death, on February 14, he sent her a farewell message signed from your Valentine'.
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Let's have a fun and play.
II. Quiz
We are divided into 2 teams and we are named them. "Romeo" is the name of the 1st team. ''
Juliet'' is the name of the 2nd team.

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NAPOLEON SINDERELLA
RHET TBUTTLER CLEOPATRA
PRINCE CHARLES EVE
ORPHEUS JULIET
ROMEO SCARLET O'HARA
PRINCE EURYDICE
CAESAR LADY DI

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CUPID TEAM 1,2
New Year's Day January
Mother's Day May
St. Valentine's Day February
Easter April
Father's June
Halloween October
Christmas December


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January I Valentine's Day is in ....
2 February is the second month of the.... Week
write 3 We send Valentine... to our friends, sign
4 Some of people don't... them.
year 5 The most famous Valentine symbol is .... Cupid
6 He has a bow and ....
February Venus arrow cards
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1) Love is blind. .
2) Love laughs at locks myths. .
3) Love will find a way. .
4) Love me little, love me long. , .
5) Love me, love my dog. , .
6) Love of money is the root of all evil. - .
7) All is fair in love and war. .
8) It is love mat makes the word go round. .
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'Let Me Call You Sweetheart'.
Let me call you sweetheart,
I'm in love with you.
Let me hear you whisper
That you love me too.
Keep the love light glowing
In your eyes so true.
Let me call you sweetheart,
I'm in love with you.
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PI: Dear friends? Let's introduce ourselves. We are postmen.
P2: Greetings on St. Valentine's Day.
PI:Although I know that friendship reaches
Far across the miles
I'd still be glad to see one of

Your warm and friendly smiles.


And though I know
The times we've shared Will last within the heart.
I can't help wishing
We weren't so far apart!
P2: Today we brought some valentines!
I have a little valentine
That someone sent to me.
It's pink and white
And red and blue
And pretty as can be.
Forget-me-nots
Are round the edge
And tiny roses, too, and
Such lovely pieces of lace
The very palest blue.
And in the centre
There's a heart
As red as red can be!
And on it's written
All in gold 'To you
With love from me
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