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Бухтоярова Елена Валентиновна,
учитель английского языка.
МАОУ Богандинская СОШ №42
1.Познакомить с традицией празднования Дня Святого Валентина в англоязычных странах.
2.Познакомить с историей создания «валентинок» (открыток).
3.Формировать социо-культурную компетенцию обучающихся.
1.Показать основные языковые средства, используемые при написании текстов на «валентинках».
2.Научить основным правилам написания открытки.
3.Познакомить с историей праздника , образцами открыток, символами известными во всём мире.
St. Valentine's Day – День Святого Валентина, День Всех Влюбленных,
February 14th – 14 февраля,
a lover – возлюбленный,
a Valentine's Card – "Валентинка",
anonymous – анонимный,
a "Valentine" – "Валентинка",
a heart – сердце,
Cupid – Купидон,
a holiday – праздник,
a greeting card – поздравительная открытка,
a gift – подарок,
ancient times – древние времена,
marriage – брак,
Lupercalia – луперкалии (праздник в честь бога Луперка, покровителя стад в Древнем Риме),
romantic love – романтическая любовь,
a legend – легенда,
a Christian – христианин,
a love note – любовная записка,
"From Your Valentine" – "от Твоего Валентина",
Roman soldiers – Римские солдаты,
to arrange marriages – организовывать браки
Valentine's Day in the USA
The association of February 14th with love dates back to ancient times.
In Greece the time between the middle of January and the middle of February was the time of the marriage of Zeus and Hera.
In Ancient Rome, the day of February 15th was Lupercalia, the festival of Lupercus, the god of fertility, who was represented as half-naked and dressed in goat skins.
The first recorded association of St. Valentine's Day with romantic love was in the 14th century in England and France, where February 14th was traditionally the day on which birds paired off to mate. Lovers exchanged notes on that day called each other their "Valentines". But the connection between St. Valentine and romantic love is not mentioned in any early histories and is seen as pure legends. There are several versions of these legends.
On the evening before St. Valentine was to be martyred for being a Christian, he passed a love note to his jailer's daughter which read, "From Your Valentine."
During a ban on marriages of Roman soldiers by the Emperor Claudius II, St. Valentine secretly helped arrange marriages.
Be my Valentine!
February 14 is St. Valentine’s Day; it is a day for choosing sweethearts and exchanging love - tokens. Generations of young people have considered St. Valentine to be the friend and patron of lovers and have sent gifts and hand-made valentines to their sweethearts. Valentine was a colourful card with a short love verse composed by the sender. Now thousands of ready–made valentines are sent through the post every year. They are complete with ready–made sentiments and decorations, brightly coloured and gilded, and sometimes perfumed and packed into a neat box.
Ribbons. Laces. Frills.
Ribbons and frills have been associated with romance since the days of knighthood when a knight rode into battle with ribbon or scarf given him by his lady fair. The dictionary states that the word “Lace” comes from a Latin word meaning to “snare” (ловить) or “noose”(петля,аркан).
Cupid was one of the gods of mythology. In Latin, the word Cupid means “desire”. Cupid is typically represented as a chubby, naked, winged boy or youth with a mischievous (озорной) smile. He possessed a bow with a quiver of arrows by which he transfixed the hearts of youth and maidens. Cherubs (Херувим) are descendants of Cupid. They are depicted as lovable little winged creatures without arrows and quivers. Cherubs were typically not mischievous like Cupid.
The rose, which is undoubtedly the most popular flower in the world, speaks of love and has been the choice of love in every century. If you rearrange the letter of the word rose you get Eros, the god of love.
“Often have I heard both youth and virgin say
Birds choose their mates and couples too, this day;
But by their flight I never can divine,
When I shall couple with my Valentine”
It was thought that birds chose their mate for the year on February 14. Doves and pigeons mate for life and therefore were used as a symbol of “fidelity”.
Puzzik – circa 1840.
A puzzik is a quaint sort of homemade valentine which was a sort of puzzle that receiver had to solve. Not only did she have to decipher the message but also to figure how to refold the paper once it was opened. The order of the verses was usually numbered, and the recipient had to twist the folds to determine what was being said.
Daguerreotype was popular from 1840 to the Civil war. An old –time tintype was found in centre of a card surrounded by an ornamented wreath. Another type was a “Mirror Valentine” which had a small mirror placed in the centre to reflect the happy face of receiver.
Although it had many forms, a rebus usually was a romantic verse in ink with certain words omitted and illustrated with a picture. Meant to be a riddle, they were not always easy to decipher.
Puzzik and Rebus were the first homemade Valentine`s cards.
Famous Love Quotations.
Love me little, love me long.
Is the burden of my song.
Let those love now, who never loved before;
Let those who always loved, now love the more. (Anonymous)
And on his lover’s arm
And round her waist he felt it fold,
And far across the hills they went
In that new world which is the old.
The course of true love never did run smooth. (William Shakespeare)
No man at one time can be wise and love. (Robert Herrick)
Drink to me only with thine (устар. «cвой, свои; твой, твои») eyes,
And I will pledge with mine;
Or leave a kiss but in the cup,
And I’ll not look for wine.
I am not one of those who do not believe in love at
But I believe in taking a second look.
The eyes have one language everywhere.
Make your own valentine`s card!
Choose a quotation for it from the list above or write yours!
Be ready to speak about St. Valentine`s day!