Бугакова Ольга Евгеньевна

Дата публикации: 30.06.2015

Рубрика: Английский язык, Иностранные языки

Тип материала: Методическая разработка, Сценарии праздников

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Бугакова О.Е. Сценарий театрализованного представления Mad Tea Party // Методический портал для учителей [Электронный ресурс]. URL: https://pedagog-portal.ru/2015/06/1841 (дата обращения: 19.07.2023)

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Аннотация. Внеаудиторная работа по иностранному языку необходима для развития и поддержания интереса к изучению иностранного языка, для развития творческих способностей студентов. Сценарий театрализованного представления «Mad Tea Party» написан по мотивам одноименной главы из сказки Льюиса Кэрролла «Приключения Алисы в стране чудес». Мероприятие может проводиться не только со студентами, но с любой группой учащихся, имеющих соответствующий уровень владения английским языком.
Уровень: Pre-Intermediate
Цель проведения мероприятия: повышение языковой коммуникативной компетенции, повышение познавательного интереса к литературе страны изучаемого языка.
Оборудование: компьютер, проектор, отрывки музыкальных произведений (mp3-формат).

Mad Tea Party

Mad Hatter
March Hare
Cheshire cat (smile)
White Rabbit
Queen of Hearts
Five, Seven and Two (cards)

Five, Seven and Two come out painting the roses red.

Five: Alice in Wonderland is a wonderful book by Lewis Carroll.
Seven: Today we present our version of the story.
Two: All characters are fictional, all coincidences are accidental.

Music is playing.
There is a table set out under a tree, and the March Hare and the Hatter are having tea at it: a Dormouse is sitting between them, fast asleep, and the other two are using it as a cushion, resting their elbows on it, and talking over its head. The big clock on the wall (on the screen) shows five o’clock. The clock is still.

Alice comes out.

Mad Hatter , March Hare (in chorus): No room, no room!

Alice: There’s plenty of room!

March Hare: Have some wine.

Alice: I don’t see any wine.

March Hare: There isn’t any.

Alice: Then it wasn’t very civil of you to offer it.

March Hare: It wasn’t very civil of you to sit down without being invited.

Alice: I didn’t know it was your table. It’s laid for a great many more than three.

Mad Hatter (opening his eyes very wide in loud voice): What’s the time?

March Hare (looking at his chain watch): The fourth of March.

Alice (pointing to the clock on the wall): No! You are wrong! It’s five o’clock.

March Hare: (looked at the watch gloomily, dipped it in his cup and looked at it again): No, it’s the fourth of March.

Mad Hatter: It sounds like a riddle. By the way, can you guess the riddle: What time is it when an elephant sits on your watch?

Alice: I don’t know…..

March Hare: What a stupid girl! Everyone knows that it’s time to change your watch!

Alice: What a stupid riddle! I say it’s five o’clock!

Mad Hatter: Oh, it’s time to move round!

Dormouse wakes up. All move round.

Alice: What’s the ground to move round?

Mad Hatter: ….Oh! It sounds like a poem. Do you know when it’s time for poems?

Music is playing. Cheshire Cat appears.

Cheshire Cat: Of course, she doesn’t know. She’s a newcomer. Five o’clock is the perfect time for poems…

we all have the time for everything…
a time to play and a time to sleep
a time to move and a time to be stiff
a time to cry and a time to laugh
a time to be weak and a time to be tough.

a time to doubt and a time to trust
a time to agree and a time to contrast
a time to be slow and a time to be fast
a time to fade and a time to last.

having twenty four hours a day, we have…
a time to be good and a time to be bad
a time to be mad and a time to be glad
a time to be silent and a time to be loud
a time to be down and a time to be proud

a time to be smart and a time to be dumb
a time to be hurt and a time to be loved
a time to be honest and a time to lie
a time to live and of course a time to die.
(Poem by Frieda Taller Time For Everything


Dormouse (suddenly wakes up): Wonderful, wonderful!!
Mad Hatter (looks at the watch) : By the way, it’s time to move round.
Dormouse wakes up. All move round.
Alice: Why do you always move round? How do you know it’s the right time to do it?
Mad Hatter: When the clock strikes five we move round. By the way, it’s time for tea. (To Alice) Would you like a cup of tea?
Music plays. Caterpillar appears.
Caterpillar: Of course, not. I don’t like tea. I love sherry.

Tea at five on the veranda,
Biscuits, crumpets, scones, and cakes,
Icings, jams, and marmalades,
White lace dollies, china plates.

One lump or two, my dear?
Or perhaps a glass of sherry?
Sit back, relax, savor the sweets,
Let your thoughts be free and merry.

The view from here just will not end,
The horizon far away,
The sea as calm as a mirrored pond,
Such a lovely, lovely day.

Now tell me how your day went,
And I’ll tell you of mine,
Leave nothing out, my dear,
This is my favorite time.

(Poem by Virginia (Ginny) Ellis Five O’Clock Tea


Dormouse ( suddenly wakes up): Wonderful! Wonderful!

Alice: You all are crazy! The party will never end! You live in a frozen time!! You are just killing it!!!

Music is playing. Queen of Hearts appears.

Queen of Hearts (indignantly): What?! Killing the time?!!! Off with your heads!!!
(Cards step forward.)

Mad Hatter: Oh, it sounds like an alarm! Fire!!!

All stand in pairs. Sing the song.

London’s burning, London’s burning

Fetch the engines, fetch the engines

Fire-fire, fire-fire

But we have no water.

(Nursery Rhyme London’s Burning


Music is playing. White Rabbit appears.

White Rabbit: I’m late I’m late For a very important date. No time to say “Hello, Goodbye”. I’m late, I’m late, I’m late.

Alice: Hey, White Rabbit! What’s the time?

White Rabbit: Don’t you know? It’s very late. Oh, my paws and whiskers! It’s five past five. Why are you sitting? We must be running! There’s a big ball at the Palace today.

All stand up and start running. The clock tick-tocks. The clock shows one minute past five. All stand still. Pause.

Mad Hatter: Oh, the clock is ticking! We are free!!!

All: Hurray!!!!

All are singing the song:

My grandfather’s clock
Was too large for the shelf,
So it stood ninety years on the floor;
It was taller by half
Than the old man himself,
Though it weighed not a pennyweight more.
It was bought on the morn
Of the day that he was born,
It was always his treasure and pride;

But it stopped short
Never to go again,
When the old man died.
Ninety years without slumbering,
Tick, tock, tick, tock,
His life seconds numbering,
Tick, tock, tick, tock,
It stopped short
Never to go again,
When the old man died.

(Song by Henry С. Work Grandfather’s Clock)

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