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Around the World in 45 minutes “New Year Trip” Team game 6 forms
The Rat was the first animal who came to Buddha, when he called all animals to say good bye to us. It was very long ago and since then the first of twelve years is called ‘The Year of the Rat’
New Year in India In India people believe that you don’t have to be angry, unpleased or grumbling on the first day of New Year. Indian people think that good beginning of the year will make the whole year happy and good. You have to get up early, think about future and past. In the afternoon children and grown-ups fly kites. Crowds of people in the streets come to watch the plays of peoples’ theatre.
The Ox was the second animal to come because he is so decided and brave.
New Year in Japan Children meet New Year in new clothes. It will bring luck and health. The New year bell rings 108 times to show coming of New year. You have to laugh at the first seconds of New Year. It will make the year successful and happy. Japanese Father Christmas is called Segatsu- Son. In the morning people go out of their houses to meet the sunrise. The most popular New Year thing is RAKE [reIk] грабли. Japanese believe they help to grab happiness. People decorate them with pictures and talismans.
The Tiger came the third. He is very energetic.
New Year in Vietnam Peach [ pJtS] ] персиковый flower is the symbol of New Year in Vietnam. Vietnamese celebrate New Year between January, 21 and February, 19. In the evening people make fires in the parks, gardens and streets to cook tasty rice. Children wait for midnight to start shooting crackers (хлопушки). People in Vietnam believe that God comes on the back of the fish, that’s why nowadays they buy fresh fish and let it go to the lake or to the river. People in all families tell each other fairy-tales.
We Know fairy-tales Winnie-The-Pooh (A.Milne) The Adventures of Chippollino (J.Rodari) Alice In Wonderland (L. Caroll) Harry Potter (J. Rowling) The Chronicles of Narnia(C.S.Lewis) Maugli (R. Kipling) Mary Poppins (P. Travers)
Then the Cat came. Cats like comfort and respect.
New Year in Iran [I`rRn] People in Iran meet New Year on March, 22. You can hear the sounds of shooting every where. All grown-ups keep silver coins in their hands. On the first day of New Year people break old cups and dishes. Fathers present new beautiful clothes to their children.
Our next guest is the Dragon, brave and wise.
New Year in Scotland New Year in Scotland is called Hogmanay. After midnight people visit their friends. And they take a present-a piece of coal [kqUl] (уголь). Why? Because traditionally the first visitor of the year must carry coal into the house. This is “first footing”. It brings good luck. It also helps to make fire in the middle of winter. At midnight people open the door to let New Year in.
The sixth animal is the Snake. It likes warmth and comfort.
New Year in Italy New Year begins in Italy on January, 6. People believe that the kind Fairy Befanna opens the doors with a golden key and puts presents into children’s stockings. She gives only coals to those children who studied not well. The name of Italian Father Christmas is Bubbo Natale. People believe that you must start New Year without old things. Be careful! Italians throw old furniture and not only furniture out of the windows. It’s an old tradition to give water with an olive branch.
The Horse likes to work well and to rest well. It doesn’t like to be directed.
New Year in Hungary [`hANgqrI ] A lot of people in Hungary whistle [`wIsl]свистят on New Year. They believe that flutes and whistles drive away bad spirits, ghosts and witches.
The Ram is shy, kind and friendly. But it can show horns and jump.
New Year in Germany People of different ages jump onto chairs, armchairs, stools and even tables before midnight. When the clock struck twelve they jump into New Year. The symbol of New Year in Germany is a chimney-sweep ["tSImnI`swJp] (трубочист)
The ninth animal is the Monkey. It’s so clever and curious!
New Year in France Father Christmas in France is Pierre Noel. He puts presents into children’s shoes. People in France cook New Year pie (пирог) with baked bean (запечëнный боб). If you find this bean you are Bean King and others have to do everything you say.
Father Christmas France-Pierre Noel Germany-Santa Clause Columbia –Father Pasquale Italy-Bubbo Natale Great Britain-Father Christmas China-Dun Chen Lao Ren Finland-Joulupukki Japan-Segatsu-Son
The Rooster, the Dog and the Pig are the last. They would like to check out who remembers more about New Year.