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_________________ Черезова И.А.

28 августа 2015 г.



программа текущего контроля успеваемости по
УЧЕБНОЙ ДИСЦИПЛИНе

ОГСЭ.04 Иностранный язык (английский)

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Чайковский, 2015


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1. ПАСПОРТ программы текущего контроля успеваемости ПО УЧЕБНОЙ ДИСЦИПЛИНЕ/ МЕЖДИСЦИПЛИНАРНОМУ КУРСУ


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2. Оценочные средства текущего контроля успеваемости

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3. Лист регистрации изменений

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1.ПАСПОРТ ПРОГРАММЫ ТЕКУЩЕГО КОНТРОЛЯ УЧЕБНОЙ ДИСЦИПЛИНЕ

ОГСЭ.04 Иностранный язык (английский).

1.1. Область применения программы

Программа текущего контроля учебной дисциплины является частью основной профессиональной образовательной программы в соответствии с ФГОС СПО по специальности 54.02.02 Декоративно-прикладное искусство и народные промыслы (по видам).


1.2. Место дисциплины в структуре основной профессиональной образовательной программы:

ОГСЭ.00 Общий гуманитарный и социально-экономический цикл.


1.3. Требования к результатам освоения дисциплины:


Требования (ФГОС, работодателя, запрос специальности)

Образовательные результаты

Компетенции

Тип ОР

Формулировка требований

Формулировка образовательного результата

Уровень усвоения

Умения

общаться (устно и письменно) на иностранном языке на профессиональные и повседневные темы;

переводить (со словарем) иностранные тексты профессиональной направленности;

самостоятельно совершенствовать устную и письменную речь, пополнять словарный запас;

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- ведение диалога (диалог – расспрос, диалог – обмен мнениями) в бытовой, социокультурной и учебно – трудовой сфере, используя аргументацию, эмоционально – оценочные средства;

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ОК 6, 9

ПК 1.7

2

- рассуждение в связи с изученной тематикой прочитанных/прослушанных текстов; описание событий, изложение фактов;

2

ОК 4, 8

3

- понимание (общий смысл) высказывания на английском языке;

2

ОК 4

4

- понимание основного содержания аутентичных аудио – или видеотекстов познавательного характера; извлечение из них необходимой информации;

2

ОК 5

ПК 1.7

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- чтение аутентичных текстов, используя основные виды чтения (ознакомительное, изучающее, просмотровое) в зависимости от коммуникативной задачи;

1

ОК 8

Знания

лексический (1200-1400 лексических единиц) и грамматический минимум, необходимый для чтения и перевода (со словарем) иностранных текстов профессиональной направленности;

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- демонстрация знаний значения новых лексических единиц, связанных с тематикой данного этапа и соответствующими ситуациями общения;

1

ОК 8

ПК 1.7

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- демонстрация знаний языкового материала: идиоматических выражений, оценочной лексики, единиц речевого этикета;

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ПК 1.7

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- демонстрация знаний значения глагольных форм (видо – временных, неличных), средств и способов выражения модальности, условия, предположения, причины, следствия, побуждения к действию;

1

ОК 4, 8

9

- демонстрация знаний лингвострановедческой, страноведческой и социокультурной информации, расширенной за счет новой тематики и проблематики речевого общения;

1

Ок 4, 5 ,8, 9

10

- составление текстов, построенных на языковом материале повседневного общения.

2

ОК 8

ПК 1.7


1.5 План текущего контроля

1. План реперных точек ____III____ семестр

Название РТ

(тема)

Форма отчетности о выполнении задания

ОР

Уровень освоения

Вес образовательных результатов

(в баллах)

РТ № 1

Письменная речь

- перевод предложений с русского языка на английский

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2

15

- составление предложений на английском языке

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1

10

- выполнение грамматических упражнений

8

1

10

- составление текста по образцу

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2

15

РТ № 2

Повседневное общение

- прослушивание аудиозаписи и заполнение пропусков в тексте

4

2

15

- чтение текстов различной направленности

5

1

10

- составление монологического высказывания

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1

10

- выполнение грамматических упражнений

8

1

10


2. План реперных точек _____IV______ семестр

Название РТ

(тема)

Форма отчетности о выполнении задания

ОР

Уровень освоения

Вес образовательных результатов

(в баллах)

РТ № 3

Профессиональное чтение

  • составление диалога на профессиональные темы

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2

15

  • чтение текстов различной направленности

5

1

10

  • составление монологического высказывания

7

1

10

  • сравнение английской и русской живописи

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1

10

РТ № 4

Профессиональное общение

  • составление текстов личного характера и рассуждение по ним

2

2

15

  • - прослушивание аудиозаписи и заполнение пропусков в тексте

4

2

15

  • составление предложений на английском языке

6

1

10

  • составление текста по образцу

10

2

15


* Количество баллов за образовательный результат установлен в соответствии с уровнем освоения, заданными программой по УД, МДК

Реперная точка №1

Вариант 1.

Контроль образовательного результата № 3. переводит предложения с английского языка на русский и с русского на английский

Задание 1.

Прочитайте текст и выполните задание после текста:

Art

The Arts play a large role in the expression of inner thoughts and beauty in my life. From dance and music to abstract art our concept of life is shown through the various ways in which we interpret it. We use the Arts as a means of touching that part of us that we cannot reach with Physical Science, Social Science, or any of the Humanities. The arts allow us to be as specific or as abstract as we please. It helps us become closer to ourselves and to others around us. Though there has been a lot of confusion as to what the true definition of “good art” is, how we show others what is going on in our minds and inner souls cannot be judged, graded, criticized or revised by anyone other than ourselves.

The arts play a valued role in creating cultures and developing and documenting civilizations. The arts teach us how to communicate through creative expression. Show us how to understand human experiences, past and present. Prepare us to adapt to and respect the ways others think, work, and express themselves. Music, singing, dancing, poetry, and sketching are just a few of the different forms of art that I use to express myself in a way that I enjoy.

Because each art discipline appeals to different senses and expresses itself through different media, each adds a special richness to the learning environment. Arts help people Learn to identify, appreciate, and participate in the traditional and non-traditional art forms of their own communities and the communities of others. Art teaches us how to be imaginative, creative, and reflective. Different art forms help us develop the verbal and nonverbal abilities necessary for lifelong learning. The intellectual demands of the arts help us develop problem-solving abilities and such powerful thinking skills as analyzing and evaluating. Numerous studies point toward a consistent and positive comparison between concrete education in the arts and student achievement in other subjects. A program in arts education would engage students in a process that helps them develop the self-esteem, self-discipline, cooperation, and self-motivation necessary for success in life. Most important, the arts should be experienced and studied for their own true value.

    1. Найдите предложения в тексте и выпишите их на английском языке:

1. Музыка, пение, танцы, поэзия, рисование это не просто несколько различных форм искусства.

2. Интеллектуальные требования искусства помогают нам развивать способности решать задачи и такие мощные мыслительные навыки, как анализ и самооценку.

3. Мы используем искусство как средство достижения тех областей, которых мы не касаемся.

4. Программы в области художественного образования позволяют вовлечь студентов в процесс, что помогает им развивать чувство собственного достоинства, самодисциплины, сотрудничества.

5. Много путаницы относительно того, что такое истинное понятие “хорошее искусство”.


Контроль образовательного результата № 8. - выполняет грамматические упражнения

Задание 2.

Раскройте скобки, поставив предложенное прилагательное в нужной степени:

  1. Jill’s a far________ (intelligent) person than my brother.

  2. Kate was the_________ (practical) of the family.

  3. Greg felt __________ (bad) yesterday than the day before.

  4. This wine is the ____________ (good) I’ve ever tasted.

  5. Jack was the________ (tall) of the two.

  6. Jack is the__________ (clever) of the three brothers.

  7. If you need any ___________ (far) information, please contact our head office.

  8. The sinking of Titanic is one of _____________ (famous) shipwreck stories of all time.

  9. Please, send the books back without_________ (far) delay.

  10. I like this song _________ (well) than the previous one.


Контроль образовательного результата № 6. - работает с лексикой и составляет предложения на английском языке

Контроль образовательного результата № 10. составляет тексты по образцу

Задание 3.

Составьте мини текст по теме «I am creative person» используя данные выражения:

- to create something new or to make changes to something that already exists;

- attributes such as openness to new experiences, observance, curiosity, personal freedom, a willingness to take risks, self reliance, persistence and the freedom from fear of failure;

- intrinsic and extrinsic motivations are the two most commonly used methods of creative motivation;

- intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual;

- extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual;

- the motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades;

- creative people can come from all aspects of life.


Реперная точка №1

Вариант 2.

Контроль образовательного результата № 3. переводит предложения с английского языка на русский и с русского на английский

Задание 1.

Прочитайте текст и выполните задание после текста:

Art

Art is a way to show one’s emotions or communicate one’s thoughts. Art is an important part of people’s cultural life. There are different forms of art. Painting, sculpture, photography

Painting is a practice of applying paint or color to a surface. There are a lot of genres and styles. For example, there are landscape, portrait and still life paintings. There are a lot of famous painters, such as Leonardo da Vinci with his Mona Lisa and Rafael with his Sistine Madonna. Sculpture is one of the plastic arts. The process of work involves carving or modeling. Stone, clay or wood are the most typical materials. Photography is also a form of art but is characterized by usage of various technical tools. Thanks to technological progress a photographer can create unforgettable images.

Theatre and cinema.Theatre is a form of art where a group of people performs in front of a live audience. The performance is usually based on a real or imagined event. The actors communicate this experience to the public through gestures, songs and words. Cinema is a relatively new form of art. The action is performed on the screen. Today, cinema is a very popular leisure activity. Music and architecture. Music has always been an important part of human’s life. Different genres of music can be used for relaxation, awakening, and what not. Everyone has heard about Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and other great composers.

Architectural works are often perceived as a form of art. Architecture is quite versatile. There are a lot of styles, shapes and trends. One can’t help admiring the Sagrada Familia by Antoni Gaudi or the Winter Palace by Francesco Rastrelli.

    1. Найдите предложения в тексте и выпишите их на английском языке:

1. Театр-это искусство, где группа людей выступает перед аудиторией.

2. Искусство является важной частью культурной жизни людей.

3. Фотография-это тоже вид искусства, но характеризуется использованием различных технических средств.

4. Архитектурные работы часто воспринимаются как искусство, архитектура является достаточно универсальной.

5. Существует много жанров и стилей живописи, например, пейзаж, портрет и натюрморт.



Контроль образовательного результата № 8. - выполняет грамматические упражнения

Задание 2.

Раскройте скобки, поставив предложенное прилагательное в нужной степени:

  1. Nick is _____________(happy) boy that I know.

  2. Of the six cars, I like the silver one __________much)

  3. Jane’s notebook is ____________(cheap) than mine.

  4. This is ____________(delicious) cheese-cake I have ever had!

  5. This bookcase is ______________(beautiful) than that one.

  6. Do you feel _____________(good) today than yesterday?

  7. I think my cat is _____________(pretty) of all the cats in the world.

  8. Steve Jobs is _____________(famous) than Stephen Wozniak.

  9. This week the weather is ____________(hot) than last week.

  10. Girls are usually ____________(clean) than boys.


Контроль образовательного результата № 6. - работает с лексикой и составляет предложения на английском языке

Контроль образовательного результата № 10. составляет тексты по образцу

Задание 3.

Составьте мини текст по теме «I am creative person» используя данные выражения:

- creative people can come from all aspects of life.

- to create something new or to make changes to something that already exists;

- attributes such as openness to new experiences, observance, curiosity, personal freedom, a willingness to take risks, self reliance, persistence and the freedom from fear of failure;

- the motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades;

- intrinsic and extrinsic motivations are the two most commonly used methods of creative motivation;

- intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual;

- extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual;



Реперная точка №1

Вариант 3.

Контроль образовательного результата № 3. переводит предложения с английского языка на русский и с русского на английский

Контроль образовательного результата № 6. - работает с лексикой и составляет предложения на английском языке

Задание 1.

Прочитайте текст и выполните задание после текста:

Art

Art is defined in encyclopedias as the process and result of making material works, which reflect beauty or reality. The 'creative arts' denote a number of disciplines whose purpose is to create material things which reflect a message, mood, and symbols for the viewer to interpret.

Art includes various forms such as prose writing, poetry, dance, acting, sculpture, painting, music, etc. The term 'arts' often means 'fine arts' — painting, sculpture, drawing, engraving. Installation art, furniture, industrial design, graphic design and others are included in applied arts. There are a variety of arts, including visual arts and design, decorative arts, plastic arts, and the performing arts. Artistic expression may take many forms: painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, music and architecture. New forms include photography, film, video art, conceptual art, performance art, land art, fashion, comics, computer art. Within each form, a wide range of genres may exist.

Of all the forms of art, I prefer painting and music. I am really interested in painting for several reasons. Firstly, it is one of the oldest forms of art. Humans have been painting for about 6 times as long as they have been writing. The oldest painting found is over 32,000 years old. Painting is a form of art which is believed by many to express feelings and ideas in the visual form. Using visual images — colours, light and shade, forms and shape, a painter makes us understand his concept of life, share his feelings and enjoy the beauty of the world. Secondly, painting offers you a wide choice of styles, it allows us to be as specific or abstract as we please. From the wide range of various art schools and styles (realism, impressionism, cubism, fauvism, surrealism, modernism, pop art, etc.) you can choose one to your liking. The art schools I prefer are realism and impressionism, as I think they depict form and mood in the most distinct and vivid way.

There are many divisions and groupings of music. Among the larger genres are classical music, popular music or commercial music, country music and folk music. Classical music is sophisticated and refined, but it is a universal form of communication, it historically was the music of the upper strata of society. Popular music is music belonging to any of a number of musical styles that are accessible to the general public; it is mostly distributed commercially. It is sometimes abbreviated to pop music, although pop music is more often used for a narrower branch of popular music. Pop music is usually memorable, with voices, lyrics, instruments creating catchy tunes. Pop music attracts listeners through easy sound images.

    1. Найдите предложения в тексте и выпишите их на английском языке:

  1. Искусство пользуется популярностью у многих людей, поскольку оно отражает красоту мира.

  2. Изобразительные искусства включают живопись, рисунок, гравюру, скульптуру и ряд прикладных видов искусства, таких как инсталляция, промышленный дизайн, графический дизайн и т. д.

  3. Художественное выражение принимает традиционные формы, такие как живопись, скульптура, музыка и архитектура, а также ряд новых форм, таких как фотография, видеоисскусство, концептуальное искусство, ландшафтный дизайн и т. д.

  4. Зрительные образы, которые использует художник, такие как цвет, свет, тень, форма, выражают его видение жизни.

  5. Из всего безграничного многообразия видов искусства я предпочитаю живопись и музыку.


Контроль образовательного результата № 8. - выполняет грамматические упражнения

Задание 2.

Контроль образовательного результата № 6. - работает с лексикой и составляет предложения на английском языке

Контроль образовательного результата № 10. составляет тексты по образцу

Задание 3.

Составьте мини текст по теме «I am creative person» используя данные выражения:

- creative people can come from all aspects of life.

- the motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades;

- to create something new or to make changes to something that already exists;

- intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual;

- attributes such as openness to new experiences, observance, curiosity, personal freedom, a willingness to take risks, self reliance, persistence and the freedom from fear of failure;

- intrinsic and extrinsic motivations are the two most commonly used methods of creative motivation;

- extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual;








Инструмент оценки

Реперная точка №1

Music, singing, dancing, poetry, and sketching are just a few of the different forms of art

The intellectual demands of the arts help us develop problem-solving abilities and such powerful thinking skills as analyzing and evaluating.

We use the Arts as a means of touching that part of us that we cannot reach.

A program in arts education would engage students in a process that helps them develop the self-esteem, self-discipline, cooperation

Though there has been a lot of confusion as to what the true definition of “good art”

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  1. Jill’s a far________ (intelligent) person than my brother.

  2. Kate was the_________ (practical) of the family.

  3. Greg felt __________ (bad) yesterday than the day before.

  4. This wine is the ____________ (good) I’ve ever tasted.

  5. Jack was the________ (tall) of the two.

  6. Jack is the__________ (clever) of the three brothers.

  7. If you need any ___________ (far) information, please contact our head office.

  8. The sinking of Titanic is one of _____________ (famous) shipwreck stories of all time.

  9. Please, send the books back without_________ (far) delay.

  10. I like this song _________ (well) than the previous one.

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A creative person is someone who uses their imagination and intuition to create something new or to make changes to something that already exists. Creative people have many attributes such as openness to new experiences, observance, curiosity, personal freedom, a willingness to take risks, self reliance, persistence and the freedom from fear of failure. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivations are the two most commonly used methods of creative motivation. Intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual rather than from any external or outside rewards, such as money or grades. The motivation comes from the pleasure one gets from the task itself or from the sense of satisfaction in completing or even working on a task. Extrinsic motivation is the opposite of intrinsic motivation. Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual. The motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades. These rewards provide satisfaction and pleasure that the task itself may not provide. Creative people can come from all aspects of life.

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  1. Theatre is a form of art where a group of people performs in front of a live audience.

  2. Art is an important part of people’s cultural life.

  3. Photography is also a form of art but is characterized by usage of various technical tools.

  4. Architectural works are often perceived as a form of art. Architecture is quite versatile.

  5. There are a lot of genres and styles. For example, there are landscape, portrait and still life paintings.

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  1. Nick is _____________(happy) boy that I know.

  2. Of the six cars, I like the silver one __________much)

  3. Jane’s notebook is ____________(cheap) than mine.

  4. This is ____________(delicious) cheese-cake I have ever had!

  5. This bookcase is ______________(beautiful) than that one.

  6. Do you feel _____________(good) today than yesterday?

  7. I think my cat is _____________(pretty) of all the cats in the world.

  8. Steve Jobs is _____________(famous) than Stephen Wozniak.

  9. This week the weather is ____________(hot) than last week.

  10. Girls are usually ____________(clean) than boys.

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A creative person is someone who uses their imagination and intuition to create something new or to make changes to something that already exists. Creative people have many attributes such as openness to new experiences, observance, curiosity, personal freedom, a willingness to take risks, self reliance, persistence and the freedom from fear of failure. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivations are the two most commonly used methods of creative motivation. Intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual rather than from any external or outside rewards, such as money or grades. The motivation comes from the pleasure one gets from the task itself or from the sense of satisfaction in completing or even working on a task. Extrinsic motivation is the opposite of intrinsic motivation. Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual. The motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades. These rewards provide satisfaction and pleasure that the task itself may not provide. Creative people can come from all aspects of life.

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1. Of the unlimited variety of arts, I prefer painting and music.

2. Art is popular with many people because it reflects beauty or reality.

3. Fine arts include painting, drawing, engraving, sculpture, and a number of applied arts like installation art, industrial design, graphic design, and so on.

4. Artistic expression takes traditional forms like painting, sculpture, music and architecture, and a number of new forms, such as photography, video art, conceptual art, land art and so on.

5. Visual images used by the painter, such as colours, light, shade, shape express his concept of life.

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1. This man is (tall)hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gifthan that one.

2. Asia is (large) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif than Australia

3. Who is the (attentive) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif student in your group?

4.Mary is a (good) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif student than Lucy.

5.This garden is the (beautiful) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif in our town.

6.She speaks Italian (good) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif than English

7.Spanish is (easy) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif than German

8.This book is (interesting) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif of all I have read this year

9. My sister speaks English (bad) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif than I do

10. A bus is (fast) hello_html_m1ef52a1a.gif than a tram.

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A creative person is someone who uses their imagination and intuition to create something new or to make changes to something that already exists. Creative people have many attributes such as openness to new experiences, observance, curiosity, personal freedom, a willingness to take risks, self reliance, persistence and the freedom from fear of failure. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivations are the two most commonly used methods of creative motivation. Intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual rather than from any external or outside rewards, such as money or grades. The motivation comes from the pleasure one gets from the task itself or from the sense of satisfaction in completing or even working on a task. Extrinsic motivation is the opposite of intrinsic motivation. Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual. The motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades. These rewards provide satisfaction and pleasure that the task itself may not provide. Creative people can come from all aspects of life.

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Реперная точка № 2.

Вариант 1.

Контроль образовательного результата № 5. - читает тексты различной направленности

Задание 1. Прочитайте текст:

Photography

Photography is very popular today, but there is a question, if it is art or nor. Let's discuss it.

Some people think that it is art, others that it is separate branch. On the one hand, photography and art are closely connected. Many painters used photographs in their works. Also, photography and painting have the same aim: People use them to document the life to show the world, the way painter or photographer see it. On the other hand, photography is the modern science. It is different from art, because it mostly documents the events and the world. Photographers can't transfer their thoughts and imagination to the photographs, and painters can do it, they can create their own world.

Контроль образовательного результата № 4. прослушивает аудиозапись и выполняет задания по прослушанному

Задание 2.

Прослушайте текст и заполните пропуски:

A good ... is the … that communicates a …, touches the …., leaves the viewer a … person for having seen it.


Контроль образовательного результата № 7. - составляет монологическое высказывание

Контроль образовательного результата № 8. - выполняет грамматические упражнения

Задание 3.

Опишите фотографию по образцу:

It is image of …(place, person, scene)

The picture shows … (place, person, scene) from a distance \ bird’s eye view.

The viewers’ attention is focused on …

The painting is (vivid, happy, expressive)

The photographer wants to point out …

It seems \ appears to me that …

Реперная точка № 2.

Вариант 2.

Контроль образовательного результата № 5. - читает тексты различной направленности

Задание 1. Прочитайте текст:

Photography

Photography is very popular today, but there is a question, if it is art or nor. Let's discuss it.

Some people think that it is art, others that it is separate branch. On the one hand, photography and art are closely connected. Many painters used photographs in their works. Also, photography and painting have the same aim: People use them to document the life to show the world, the way painter or photographer see it. On the other hand, photography is the modern science. It is different from art, because it mostly documents the events and the world. Photographers can't transfer their thoughts and imagination to the photographs, and painters can do it, they can create their own world.



Контроль образовательного результата № 4. прослушивает аудиозапись и выполняет задания по прослушанному

Задание 2.

Прослушайте текст и заполните пропуски:

A good ... is the … that communicates a …, touches the …., leaves the viewer a … person for having seen it.


Контроль образовательного результата № 7. - составляет монологическое высказывание

Контроль образовательного результата № 8. - выполняет грамматические упражнения

Задание 3.

Опишите фотографию по образцу:

The picture shows … (place, person, scene) from a distance \ bird’s eye view.

The viewers’ attention is focused on …

The painting is (vivid, happy, expressive)

The photographer wants to point out …

It seems \ appears to me that …


Реперная точка № 2.

Вариант 3.

Контроль образовательного результата № 5. - читает тексты различной направленности

Задание 1. Прочитайте текст:

Photography

Photography is very popular today, but there is a question, if it is art or nor. Let's discuss it.

Some people think that it is art, others that it is separate branch. On the one hand, photography and art are closely connected. Many painters used photographs in their works. Also, photography and painting have the same aim: People use them to document the life to show the world, the way painter or photographer see it. On the other hand, photography is the modern science. It is different from art, because it mostly documents the events and the world. Photographers can't transfer their thoughts and imagination to the photographs, and painters can do it, they can create their own world.



Контроль образовательного результата № 4. прослушивает аудиозапись и выполняет задания по прослушанному

Задание 2.

Прослушайте текст и заполните пропуски:

A good ... is the … that communicates a …, touches the …., leaves the viewer a … person for having seen it.

Контроль образовательного результата № 7. - составляет монологическое высказывание

Контроль образовательного результата № 8. - выполняет грамматические упражнения

Задание 3.

Опишите фотографию по образцу:

The picture shows … (place, person, scene) from a distance \ bird’s eye view.

The viewers’ attention is focused on …

The painting is (vivid, happy, expressive)

The photographer wants to point out …

It seems \ appears to me that …


Инструмент оценки

Реперная точка №2

A good photographer is the one that communicates a fact, touches the heart, leaves the viewer a change person for having seen it.

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It is image of person. The picture shows place and children from a distance. The viewers’ attention is focused on child and animal, nature. The painting is vivid with happy. The photographer wants to point out friendship, love, freedom.

It seems \ appears to me that lovely and sensitive.

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Хорошо владеет правилами чтения, практически не допускает ошибок. Темп чтения беглый, естественный (близкий к естественному). Ошибки делает незначительные и легко исправляет их сам. Демонстрирует освоенность всех изученных правил чтения.

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A good photographer is the one that communicates a fact, touches the heart, leaves the viewer a change person for having seen it.

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It is image of person. The picture shows place and children from a distance. The viewers’ attention is focused on child and animal, nature. The painting is vivid with happy. The photographer wants to point out friendship, love, freedom.

It seems \ appears to me that lovely and sensitive.

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Хорошо владеет правилами чтения, практически не допускает ошибок. Темп чтения беглый, естественный (близкий к естественному). Ошибки делает незначительные и легко исправляет их сам. Демонстрирует освоенность всех изученных правил чтения.

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A good photographer is the one that communicates a fact, touches the heart, leaves the viewer a change person for having seen it.

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It is image of person. The picture shows place and children from a distance. The viewers’ attention is focused on child and animal, nature. The painting is vivid with happy. The photographer wants to point out friendship, love, freedom.

It seems \ appears to me that lovely and sensitive.

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Реперная точка № 3.

Вариант 1.

Контроль образовательного результата № 1. - составляет и участвует в диалоги на профессиональные темы

Контроль образовательного результата № 5. - читает тексты различной направленности

Контроль образовательного результата № 9. - сравнивает английскую и русскую культуру

Задание 1.

Прочитайте выделенный текст и соотнесите заголовки с текстом (один заголовок лишний):

  1. Vincent Van Gogh

  2. Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin

  3. Salvador Dali

  4. Victor Vasnetcov

  5. Edgar Degas

  6. Claude Monet


  1. Dali is well known for his surrealist works and many consider him the most brilliant Surrealist of his time. But to understand the enigma that is Salvador Dali, one must take a look back into his childhood, his family, and his inspirations. Salvador Dali was born in Figueras, Spain. Dali, being the only young male in a female-dominated household, was pampered a lot by his mother, grandmother, aunt, and nurse. All this attention was not enough for Dali, and he constantly sought ways to attract more. He was extremely naughty boy. By the age of 10, Dali began to show an interest in art. He produced his first painting. By the time, he was 15; he had already set up his own art exhibition.

  2. Shishkin’s outlook on nature is that of a researcher, a scientist of the epoch of positivism. Striving toward authentic re-creation of nature, Shishkin thoroughly researched the object of portrayal, working from life for long periods of time. His nature studies resulted in outlines and small sketches that the master used in his work on monumental canvases. He became the creator of Russian epic landscape painting, and established the genre of forest landscape in Russian art. In 1870, Shishkin became a founding member of the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions, and in 1873, a professor of the Academy of Arts.

  3. His style of painting was very different from classical art. He painted pictures of the sunny, hot regions of France. Nobody has ever painted cornfields or sunflowers like Van Gogh. His paintings are full of color and sunlight. He looked for interesting shapes and exciting colors. He liked to work freely and quickly. There is fast movement in many of his paintings. Sometimes the trees look like fire. The sun, the moon, and stars move rapidly in the sky. He also painted pictures of people. Today his paintings are worth millions of pounds but in his lifetime he only sold one. Like his life, his art was always unusual and very emotional.

  4. Victor Vasnetsov played a principal part in the development of Russian art. Victor Vasnetsov embodies Russian historical painting. He studied draughtsmanship at the drawing school of the Society for the Encouragement of the Arts in St Petersburg. There he was trained by Ivan Kramskoy. Victor Vasnetsov mastered his skill at the Academy of Arts, St Petersburg. In the 1860s the young painter joined the Wanderers. The year 1878 was the watershed in Vasnetsov's creative activity. It divides it into two periods. The first period of Critical Realism was demonstrated at the Circulating Art Exhibition. At that'time Vasnetsov depicted little men. The best paintings of that time are "From Lodging to Lodging" and "Preference".

  5. French painter, initiator, leader, and unswerving advocate of the Impressionist style. He is regarded as the archetypal Impressionist in that his devotion to the ideals of the movement was unwavering throughout his long career, and it is fitting that one of his pictures--Impression: Sunrise (Musйe Marmottan, Paris; 1872)--gave the group his name. During the Franco-Prussian War (1870-71) he took refuge in England with Pissarro: he studied the work of Constable and Turner, painted the Thames and London parks, and met the dealer Durand-Ruel, who was to become one of the great champions of the Impressionists. From 1871 to 1878 Monet lived at Argenteuil, a village on the Seine near Paris, and here were painted some of the most joyous and famous works of the Impressionist movement, not only by Monet, but by his visitors Manet, Renoir and Sisley. In 1878 he moved to Vйtheuil and in 1883 he settled at Giverny, also on the Seine, but about 40 miles from Paris.


Контроль образовательного результата № 7. - составляет монологическое высказывание

Задание 2.

Составьте мини текст по теме «My favorite artist».

  • Name of the artist

  • Artist’s biography

  • Artist’s works

  • Why do you choose this painter?



Реперная точка № 3.

Вариант 2.

Контроль образовательного результата № 1. - составляет и участвует в диалоги на профессиональные темы

Контроль образовательного результата № 5. - читает тексты различной направленности

Контроль образовательного результата № 9. - сравнивает английскую и русскую культуру

Задание 1.

Прочитайте выделенный текст и соотнесите заголовки с текстом (один заголовок лишний):

  1. Vincent Van Gogh

  2. Michelangelo

  3. Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin

  4. Salvador Dali

  5. Ilia Repin

  6. Sandro Botticelli


  1. Dali is well known for his surrealist works and many consider him the most brilliant Surrealist of his time. But to understand the enigma that is Salvador Dali, one must take a look back into his childhood, his family, and his inspirations. Salvador Dali was born in Figueras, Spain. Dali, being the only young male in a female-dominated household, was pampered a lot by his mother, grandmother, aunt, and nurse. All this attention was not enough for Dali, and he constantly sought ways to attract more. He was extremely naughty boy. By the age of 10, Dali began to show an interest in art. He produced his first painting. By the time, he was 15; he had already set up his own art exhibition.

  2. Michelangelo, the famous Italian sculptor, lived in Florence. Once a beautiful piece of white marble was brought to Florence, and the governor of the city told Michelangelo that he wanted him to make a statue out of the marble. He said that Michelangelo was the only man in Italy who could do it. The sculptor worked for two years to make the statue as beautiful as possible. When the statue was ready, a lot of people gathered in the square where it stood. Everybody was waiting for the governor. At last he came, accompanied by the richest people of the city. The governor looked pleased, and seeing the expression on his face the people thought that he liked the statue. So they were all surprised to hear him say that he didn't like the sculptor's work at all because the statue's nose was too long.

  3. His style of painting was very different from classical art. He painted pictures of the sunny, hot regions of France. Nobody has ever painted cornfields or sunflowers like Van Gogh. His paintings are full of color and sunlight. He looked for interesting shapes and exciting colors. He liked to work freely and quickly. There is fast movement in many of his paintings. Sometimes the trees look like fire. The sun, the moon, and stars move rapidly in the sky. He also painted pictures of people. Today his paintings are worth millions of pounds but in his lifetime he only sold one. Like his life, his art was always unusual and very emotional.

  4. Ilia Repin was born on the 5th of August in 1844 in Chuhuiv, Zmiiv County, Kharkiv gubernia and died on the 29th of September in 1930 in Kuokkala, Finland. Repin, an outstanding painter, a full member of the St Petersburg Academy of Arts from 1893, started his career under I. Kramskoi at the Drawing School of the Society for the Support of Artists (1863—1864). He studied at the Academy of Arts (1864—1871), which granted him a scholarship to study in Italy and France (1873—1876). He joined the Peredvizhniki Society in 1878 and the Mir Iskusstva group in 1890. For many years he lived in St Petersburg and served as a professor (1894—1907) and the rector (1898— 1899) of the Academy of Arts, where his students included the Ukrainian painters M. Pymonenko, O. Murashko, F. Krasytsky, and S. Prokhorov. Since 1900 Repin lived in Kuokkala. A good part of his work consists of genre paintings. Some of the works show his attachment to Ukraine, its people, and its history.

  5. Sandro Botticelli, born Alessandro Mariano Filipepi, was the son of a tanner. He was born in Florence around 1445 and showed a talent for painting at a very early age. Botticelli was first apprenticed under a goldsmith named Sandro, from whom it is believed he derived his nickname. At the age of sixteen, he served an apprenticeship with the painter Fra Filippo Lippi (Durant, 1953). From Lippi he learned to create the effect of transparency, to draw outlines, and to give his pictures fluidity and harmony. He also worked with painter and engraver Antonio del Pollaiuolo, from whom he gained his sense of line.

Контроль образовательного результата № 7. - составляет монологическое высказывание

Задание 2.

Составьте мини текст по теме «My favorite artist».

  • Name of the artist

  • Artist’s biography

  • Artist’s works

  • Why do you choose this painter?


Реперная точка № 3.

Вариант 3.

Контроль образовательного результата № 1. - составляет и участвует в диалоги на профессиональные темы

Контроль образовательного результата № 5. - читает тексты различной направленности

Контроль образовательного результата № 9. - сравнивает английскую и русскую культуру

Задание 1.

Прочитайте выделенный текст и соотнесите заголовки с текстом (один заголовок лишний):

  1. Edgar Degas

  2. Sandro Botticelli

  3. Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin

  4. Salvador Dali

  5. Vincent Van Gogh

  6. Rembrandt Van Rijn


  1. Shishkin’s outlook on nature is that of a researcher, a scientist of the epoch of positivism. Striving toward authentic re-creation of nature, Shishkin thoroughly researched the object of portrayal, working from life for long periods of time. His nature studies resulted in outlines and small sketches that the master used in his work on monumental canvases. He became the creator of Russian epic landscape painting, and established the genre of forest landscape in Russian art. In 1870, Shishkin became a founding member of the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions, and in 1873, a professor of the Academy of Arts.

  2. Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas was born on July 19, 1834, at 8 rue Saint-George's in Paris. His father, Auguste, a banker, was French, and his mother, Cйlestine, an American from New Orleans. The family name "Degas" had been changed to "De Gas" by some family members in Naples and France in order to sound more aristocratic; the preposition indicated a name derived from land holdings. Degas went back to using the original spelling sometime after 1870, and that is how we spell his name today. He was destined for a law career, but instead entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, where he studies with Louis Lamothe. There he became a painter and sculptor.

  3. His style of painting was very different from classical art. He painted pictures of the sunny, hot regions of France. Nobody has ever painted cornfields or sunflowers like Van Gogh. His paintings are full of color and sunlight. He looked for interesting shapes and exciting colors. He liked to work freely and quickly. There is fast movement in many of his paintings. Sometimes the trees look like fire. The sun, the moon, and stars move rapidly in the sky. He also painted pictures of people. Today his paintings are worth millions of pounds but in his lifetime he only sold one. Like his life, his art was always unusual and very emotional.

  4. Rembrandt van Rijn is my favourite painter. The son of a prosperous miller, Rembrandt was born in Leiden in 1608. He was trained as a painter by two minor local artists. His rapid success promoted him to move to Amsterdam in 1631. The universal artist dealt with many world subjects. Rembrandt created a number of portraits and group portraits. The best of them are the "Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp" and "The Night Watch". Mystery dominates in the "Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp". The subject of "The Night Watch" is the formation of the milita company for a parade. Rembrandt has turned a narrative prose into a dramatic poetry. All the men paid equally to have themselves depicted in this group portrait, yet some are sunk in shadow, ore man is concealed except for his eyes. It was inevitable for Rembrandt to loose his popularity as a portrait painter.

  5. Sandro Botticelli, born Alessandro Mariano Filipepi, was the son of a tanner. He was born in Florence around 1445 and showed a talent for painting at a very early age. Botticelli was first apprenticed under a goldsmith named Sandro, from whom it is believed he derived his nickname. At the age of sixteen, he served an apprenticeship with the painter Fra Filippo Lippi (Durant, 1953). From Lippi he learned to create the effect of transparency, to draw outlines, and to give his pictures fluidity and harmony. He also worked with painter and engraver Antonio del Pollaiuolo, from whom he gained his sense of line.


Контроль образовательного результата № 7. - составляет монологическое высказывание

Задание 2.

Составьте мини текст по теме «My favorite artist».

  • Name of the artist

  • Artist’s biography

  • Artist’s works

  • Why do you choose this painter?



Инструмент оценки

Реперная точка №3

A – 3

B – 2

C – 1

D – 4

E - 6


Хорошо владеет правилами чтения, практически не допускает ошибок. Темп чтения беглый, естественный (близкий к естественному). Ошибки делает незначительные и легко исправляет их сам. Демонстрирует освоенность всех изученных правил чтения.

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My Favourite Artist (Valentin Serov)

One of my favourite artists is Valentin Serov. When I first saw his famous pictures "The Girl with Peaches" and "The Girl in the Sunlight" in the Tretyakov Gallery, frankly speaking, I wasn't too impressed. The girls seemed quite ordinary and I couldn't understand what was so special about these portraits.

Serov was born in 1865. His father was a well-known composer and the boy grew up in the atmosphere of creative activity. His first art teacher was Repin, who noticed that the boy could catch the likeness of a model often more quickly and surely than older artists. Later Serov studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and graduated from it when he was 20.

For several years he taught at Moscow School of Painting Sculpture and Architecture. But teaching did not interfere with his painting. Probably now he would be called a workaholic. He painted almost 700 canvases, though, unfortunately, his life was not very long — he died in 1911. He was a brilliant landscape painter, he created genre scenes, but he is mostly remembered as a portraitist. The list of his portraits reads as "who-is-who" in Russian culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He painted Sawa Mamontov, Konstantin Korovin, Ilya Repin, Isaak Levitan, Nikolai Leskov, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the great actress Yermolova ... The list can be continued. And practically all his portraits are excellent from the technicalpoint of view — the colours, the composition, but there is more than that - they show people's personality.

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  1. – 4

  2. – 2

  3. – 1

  4. – 5

  5. 6


Хорошо владеет правилами чтения, практически не допускает ошибок. Темп чтения беглый, естественный (близкий к естественному). Ошибки делает незначительные и легко исправляет их сам. Демонстрирует освоенность всех изученных правил чтения.

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My Favourite Artist (Valentin Serov)

One of my favourite artists is Valentin Serov. When I first saw his famous pictures "The Girl with Peaches" and "The Girl in the Sunlight" in the Tretyakov Gallery, frankly speaking, I wasn't too impressed. The girls seemed quite ordinary and I couldn't understand what was so special about these portraits.

Serov was born in 1865. His father was a well-known composer and the boy grew up in the atmosphere of creative activity. His first art teacher was Repin, who noticed that the boy could catch the likeness of a model often more quickly and surely than older artists. Later Serov studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and graduated from it when he was 20.

For several years he taught at Moscow School of Painting Sculpture and Architecture. But teaching did not interfere with his painting. Probably now he would be called a workaholic. He painted almost 700 canvases, though, unfortunately, his life was not very long — he died in 1911. He was a brilliant landscape painter, he created genre scenes, but he is mostly remembered as a portraitist. The list of his portraits reads as "who-is-who" in Russian culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He painted Sawa Mamontov, Konstantin Korovin, Ilya Repin, Isaak Levitan, Nikolai Leskov, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the great actress Yermolova ... The list can be continued. And practically all his portraits are excellent from the technicalpoint of view — the colours, the composition, but there is more than that - they show people's personality.

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  1. 3

  2. 1

  3. 5

  4. 6

  5. - 2


Хорошо владеет правилами чтения, практически не допускает ошибок. Темп чтения беглый, естественный (близкий к естественному). Ошибки делает незначительные и легко исправляет их сам. Демонстрирует освоенность всех изученных правил чтения.

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My Favourite Artist (Valentin Serov)

One of my favourite artists is Valentin Serov. When I first saw his famous pictures "The Girl with Peaches" and "The Girl in the Sunlight" in the Tretyakov Gallery, frankly speaking, I wasn't too impressed. The girls seemed quite ordinary and I couldn't understand what was so special about these portraits.

Serov was born in 1865. His father was a well-known composer and the boy grew up in the atmosphere of creative activity. His first art teacher was Repin, who noticed that the boy could catch the likeness of a model often more quickly and surely than older artists. Later Serov studied at the Academy of Fine Arts and graduated from it when he was 20.

For several years he taught at Moscow School of Painting Sculpture and Architecture. But teaching did not interfere with his painting. Probably now he would be called a workaholic. He painted almost 700 canvases, though, unfortunately, his life was not very long — he died in 1911. He was a brilliant landscape painter, he created genre scenes, but he is mostly remembered as a portraitist. The list of his portraits reads as "who-is-who" in Russian culture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He painted Sawa Mamontov, Konstantin Korovin, Ilya Repin, Isaak Levitan, Nikolai Leskov, Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the great actress Yermolova ... The list can be continued. And practically all his portraits are excellent from the technicalpoint of view — the colours, the composition, but there is more than that - they show people's personality.

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Реперная точка № 4.

Вариант 1.

Контроль образовательного результата № 6. - работает с лексикой и составляет предложения на английском языке

Переведите предложения на русский язык:

  1. Knowing the artist’s idea behind the painting helps to understand the painting better.

  2. People believe that abstract art does not look like anything, and then it is not about anything.

  3. You should look at an abstract picture the way you listen to music.

  4. We don’t need to know exactly what the artwork is supposed to be about in order to enjoy it.

  5. Abstract art is difficult to understand because you don’t know what to start with.


Контроль образовательного результата № 10. - составляет тексты по образцу

Задание 2.

Прочитайте текст и ответьте на вопросы после текста:

New Yorkers used to see the graffiti on the walls of poor neighbourhoods and subway trains as something menacing and an example of urban decay. The scrawled names and slogans were seen as unsightly and aggressive, the work of vandals seeking to express their identities or even make a political point. Up to the 1970s, most New Yorkers hated graffiti, considering it as an eyesore that was illegal and punishable by fines.

Since those days, graffiti has changed a lot and it is no longer found only in the subway and the poor ghetto areas of the city. Nowadays, it has the status of "street art" and you get graffiti in places where you would not expect to - in advertisements, on clothes, on toys, and even on the Wall Street Journal's official website! In the early 1980s, there was a real craze for graffiti art and the sophisticated Manhattan art world had displays of street art in its galleries. The trend was short-lived - until the arrival of hip-hop music in the late 80s.

In her book, Subway Art, Martha Cooper says "Graffiti came back with hip-hop music and people are now appreciating it for its style, which they could not back then, because they could not get beyond the vandalism thing." Hip-hop was originally black ghetto music, sung by young African Americans from the poor, run-down districts of American cities. When it suddenly got to the top of the American music charts, hip-hop culture was spread, bringing graffiti with it.

Today companies are starting to realise the appeal of graffiti in advertising. Many of this new wave of artists give lectures on developments in their art. Lee Quindnes has a lot of success in Europe and he argues that European galleries and museums are more open to his art form. Indeed, the Groninger Museum in Holland is one of the few museums in the world that displays and recognizes graffiti as an art form.

Another artist, Blade, has his own website devoted only to the world of graffiti. This website has a "merchandise page" where Blade sells things with his own original designs all over the world - everything from baseball caps to yo-yos! Leonard McGurr, a street artist for 25 years, went from painting subway trains to designing and marketing graffiti-inspired clothes for young people. "Graffiti has been a story of survival," he says. "There is a way to benefit from your work without spoiling public property."

Вопросы:

  1. What are its general characteristics?

  2. What is the history of graffiti?

  3. How do some graffiti make money?

  4. How did the first graffiti look like?

  5. Why did New Yorkers consider graffiti the work of vandals?


Контроль образовательного результата № 2. - составляет тексты личного характера и рассуждает по данной тематике

Контроль образовательного результата № 4. - прослушивает аудиозапись и выполняет задания по прослушанному

Задание 3.

Послушайте аудиозапись на тему «Граффити», ответьте на следующие вопросы:

  • Have you ever graffitied?

  • If yes, would you like to take part in a graffiti exhibition? If not, do you think it’s easy to make?

  • Would you like to learn how to do it?

  • If you are taking part in a graffiti exhibition, what theme for your graffiti would you choose?

Реперная точка № 4.

Вариант 2.

Контроль образовательного результата № 6. - работает с лексикой и составляет предложения на английском языке

Задание 1.

Переведите предложения на русский язык:

  1. Abstract art is a form of self-expression that, on the surface, appears to have no rules or limits.

  2. Abstract art is an extraction of emotion from form and traditional structure.

  3. To understand abstract art, it is necessary to understand the meaning of abstract.

  4. Abstract art reflects these perceptions instead of the actual objects, as is the case in traditional portrait or landscape painting.

  5. Forms of abstract art include geometric shapes, colors, swirls and a lack of traditional structure.


Контроль образовательного результата № 10. - составляет тексты по образцу

Задание 2.

Прочитайте текст и ответьте на вопросы после текста:

New Yorkers used to see the graffiti on the walls of poor neighbourhoods and subway trains as something menacing and an example of urban decay. The scrawled names and slogans were seen as unsightly and aggressive, the work of vandals seeking to express their identities or even make a political point. Up to the 1970s, most New Yorkers hated graffiti, considering it as an eyesore that was illegal and punishable by fines.

Since those days, graffiti has changed a lot and it is no longer found only in the subway and the poor ghetto areas of the city. Nowadays, it has the status of "street art" and you get graffiti in places where you would not expect to - in advertisements, on clothes, on toys, and even on the Wall Street Journal's official website! In the early 1980s, there was a real craze for graffiti art and the sophisticated Manhattan art world had displays of street art in its galleries. The trend was short-lived - until the arrival of hip-hop music in the late 80s.

In her book, Subway Art, Martha Cooper says "Graffiti came back with hip-hop music and people are now appreciating it for its style, which they could not back then, because they could not get beyond the vandalism thing." Hip-hop was originally black ghetto music, sung by young African Americans from the poor, run-down districts of American cities. When it suddenly got to the top of the American music charts, hip-hop culture was spread, bringing graffiti with it.

Today companies are starting to realise the appeal of graffiti in advertising. Many of this new wave of artists give lectures on developments in their art. Lee Quindnes has a lot of success in Europe and he argues that European galleries and museums are more open to his art form. Indeed, the Groninger Museum in Holland is one of the few museums in the world that displays and recognizes graffiti as an art form.

Another artist, Blade, has his own website devoted only to the world of graffiti. This website has a "merchandise page" where Blade sells things with his own original designs all over the world - everything from baseball caps to yo-yos! Leonard McGurr, a street artist for 25 years, went from painting subway trains to designing and marketing graffiti-inspired clothes for young people. "Graffiti has been a story of survival," he says. "There is a way to benefit from your work without spoiling public property."

Вопросы:

  1. Why did graffiti artists suddenly become respectable in New York?

  2. What influence did music have on the popularity of graffiti artists?

  3. In what way does Europe take graffiti art more seriously than the USA?

  4. How do some graffiti make money?

  5. What is graffiti? Is it art or vandalism?


Контроль образовательного результата № 2. - составляет тексты личного характера и рассуждает по данной тематике

Контроль образовательного результата № 4. - прослушивает аудиозапись и выполняет задания по прослушанному

Задание 3.

Послушайте аудиозапись на тему «Граффити», ответьте на следующие вопросы:

  • In your opinion is graffiti art or vandalism?

  • Would you welcome graffiti on the walls of your house?

  • Is graffiti illegal in Russia?

  • Do you believe graffiti should be banned? Why?

Реперная точка № 4.

Вариант 3.

Контроль образовательного результата № 6. - работает с лексикой и составляет предложения на английском языке

Задание 1.

Переведите предложения на русский язык:

  1. Shapes and colors have always had their own emotional force: the designs on ancient bowls, textiles, and furnishings are abstract.

  2. Several artists claimed to be the first to paint an abstract picture.

  3. Abstraction became the perfect vehicle for artists to explore and universalize ideas and sensations.

  4. To understand abstract art, it is necessary to understand the meaning of abstract.

  5. People believe that abstract art does not look like anything, and then it is not about anything.


Контроль образовательного результата № 10. - составляет тексты по образцу

Задание 2.

Прочитайте текст и ответьте на вопросы после текста:

Graffiti

New Yorkers used to see the graffiti on the walls of poor neighbourhoods and subway trains as something menacing and an example of urban decay. The scrawled names and slogans were seen as unsightly and aggressive, the work of vandals seeking to express their identities or even make a political point. Up to the 1970s, most New Yorkers hated graffiti, considering it as an eyesore that was illegal and punishable by fines.

Since those days, graffiti has changed a lot and it is no longer found only in the subway and the poor ghetto areas of the city. Nowadays, it has the status of "street art" and you get graffiti in places where you would not expect to - in advertisements, on clothes, on toys, and even on the Wall Street Journal's official website! In the early 1980s, there was a real craze for graffiti art and the sophisticated Manhattan art world had displays of street art in its galleries. The trend was short-lived - until the arrival of hip-hop music in the late 80s.

In her book, Subway Art, Martha Cooper says "Graffiti came back with hip-hop music and people are now appreciating it for its style, which they could not back then, because they could not get beyond the vandalism thing." Hip-hop was originally black ghetto music, sung by young African Americans from the poor, run-down districts of American cities. When it suddenly got to the top of the American music charts, hip-hop culture was spread, bringing graffiti with it.

Today companies are starting to realise the appeal of graffiti in advertising. Many of this new wave of artists give lectures on developments in their art. Lee Quindnes has a lot of success in Europe and he argues that European galleries and museums are more open to his art form. Indeed, the Groninger Museum in Holland is one of the few museums in the world that displays and recognizes graffiti as an art form.

Another artist, Blade, has his own website devoted only to the world of graffiti. This website has a "merchandise page" where Blade sells things with his own original designs all over the world - everything from baseball caps to yo-yos! Leonard McGurr, a street artist for 25 years, went from painting subway trains to designing and marketing graffiti-inspired clothes for young people. "Graffiti has been a story of survival," he says. "There is a way to benefit from your work without spoiling public property."

Вопросы:

  1. Where were the first graffiti appeared?

  2. How did the first graffiti look like?

  3. Why did New Yorkers consider graffiti the work of vandals?

  4. Are there any differences in graffiti of the UK, the USA and Russia?

  5. What are graffiti styles? “How old” is the longest-standing graffiti?


Контроль образовательного результата № 2. - составляет тексты личного характера и рассуждает по данной тематике

Контроль образовательного результата № 4. - прослушивает аудиозапись и выполняет задания по прослушанному

Задание 3.

Послушайте аудиозапись на тему «Граффити», ответьте на следующие вопросы:

  • Have you seen a graffiti in your town?

  • Was it mostly tags or murals?

  • Are there any authorized mural wall nearby?

  • Does graffiti make your town look better or worse? In what way?


Инструмент оценки

Реперная точка №4

б) Люди считают, что абстрактное искусство не похожих ни на что.

с) Вы должны смотреть на абстрактную картину, также как вы слушайте музыку.

d) Мы не должны знать точно, о чем работа для того, чтобы просто насладиться ею.

е) Абстрактное искусство трудно понять потому что вы не знаете, с чего начать.

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New Yorkers used to see the graffiti on the walls of poor neighbourhoods and subway trains as something menacing and an example of urban decay. The scrawled names and slogans were seen as unsightly and aggressive, the work of vandals seeking to express their identities or even make a political point. Up to the 1970s, most New Yorkers hated graffiti, considering it as an eyesore that was illegal and punishable by fines. Since those days, graffiti has changed a lot and it is no longer found only in the subway and the poor ghetto areas of the city. Nowadays, it has the status of "street art" and you get graffiti in places where you would not expect to - in advertisements, on clothes, on toys, and even on the Wall Street Journal's official website! In the early 1980s, there was a real craze for graffiti art and the sophisticated Manhattan art world had displays of street art in its galleries. The trend was short-lived - until the arrival of hip-hop music in the late 80s. In her book, Subway Art, Martha Cooper says "Graffiti came back with hip-hop music and people are now appreciating it for its style, which they could not back then, because they could not get beyond the vandalism thing." Hip-hop was originally black ghetto music, sung by young African Americans from the poor, run-down districts of American cities. When it suddenly got to the top of the American music charts, hip-hop culture was spread, bringing graffiti with it. Today companies are starting to realise the appeal of graffiti in advertising. Many of this new wave of artists give lectures on developments in their art. Lee Quindnes has a lot of success in Europe and he argues that European galleries and museums are more open to his art form. Indeed, the Groninger Museum in Holland is one of the few museums in the world that displays and recognizes graffiti as an art form. Another artist, Blade, has his own website devoted only to the world of graffiti. This website has a "merchandise page" where Blade sells things with his own original designs all over the world - everything from baseball caps to yo-yos! Leonard McGurr, a street artist for 25 years, went from painting subway trains to designing and marketing graffiti-inspired clothes for young people. "Graffiti has been a story of survival," he says. "There is a way to benefit from your work without spoiling public property."

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Рассуждает по теме (излагает свои мысли);

Отвечает на вопросы;

Логически правильно составляет текст.

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а) Абстрактное искусство-это форма самовыражения того, что находится на поверхности, кажется, без каких-либо правил или ограничений.

б) Абстрактное искусство - это извлечение эмоций из форм и традиционных структур.

с) Чтобы понять абстрактное искусство, надо понять смысл абстракции.

д) Абстрактное искусство отражает представления вместо реальных объектов, как это происходит в традиционной портретной или пейзажной живописи.

е) Формы абстрактного искусства: геометрические фигуры, цветы, завитки и отсутствие традиционной структуры.

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New Yorkers used to see the graffiti on the walls of poor neighbourhoods and subway trains as something menacing and an example of urban decay. The scrawled names and slogans were seen as unsightly and aggressive, the work of vandals seeking to express their identities or even make a political point. Up to the 1970s, most New Yorkers hated graffiti, considering it as an eyesore that was illegal and punishable by fines. Since those days, graffiti has changed a lot and it is no longer found only in the subway and the poor ghetto areas of the city. Nowadays, it has the status of "street art" and you get graffiti in places where you would not expect to - in advertisements, on clothes, on toys, and even on the Wall Street Journal's official website! In the early 1980s, there was a real craze for graffiti art and the sophisticated Manhattan art world had displays of street art in its galleries. The trend was short-lived - until the arrival of hip-hop music in the late 80s. In her book, Subway Art, Martha Cooper says "Graffiti came back with hip-hop music and people are now appreciating it for its style, which they could not back then, because they could not get beyond the vandalism thing." Hip-hop was originally black ghetto music, sung by young African Americans from the poor, run-down districts of American cities. When it suddenly got to the top of the American music charts, hip-hop culture was spread, bringing graffiti with it. Today companies are starting to realise the appeal of graffiti in advertising. Many of this new wave of artists give lectures on developments in their art. Lee Quindnes has a lot of success in Europe and he argues that European galleries and museums are more open to his art form. Indeed, the Groninger Museum in Holland is one of the few museums in the world that displays and recognizes graffiti as an art form. Another artist, Blade, has his own website devoted only to the world of graffiti. This website has a "merchandise page" where Blade sells things with his own original designs all over the world - everything from baseball caps to yo-yos! Leonard McGurr, a street artist for 25 years, went from painting subway trains to designing and marketing graffiti-inspired clothes for young people. "Graffiti has been a story of survival," he says. "There is a way to benefit from your work without spoiling public property."

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Рассуждает по теме (излагает свои мысли);

Отвечает на вопросы;

Логически правильно составляет текст.

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а) Формы и цвета всегда имели свои эмоциональные силы: например дизайн на древних чашах, текстиле и мебели.

б) Некоторые художники утверждают, надо быть первым, чтобы нарисовать абстрактную картину.

в) Абстракция стала идеальным средством для художников, для исследования и анализа идей и ощущений.

г) Чтобы понять абстрактное искусство, надо понять смысл абстракции.

е) Люди считают, что абстрактное искусство не похожих ни на что.

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New Yorkers used to see the graffiti on the walls of poor neighbourhoods and subway trains as something menacing and an example of urban decay. The scrawled names and slogans were seen as unsightly and aggressive, the work of vandals seeking to express their identities or even make a political point. Up to the 1970s, most New Yorkers hated graffiti, considering it as an eyesore that was illegal and punishable by fines.

Since those days, graffiti has changed a lot and it is no longer found only in the subway and the poor ghetto areas of the city. Nowadays, it has the status of "street art" and you get graffiti in places where you would not expect to - in advertisements, on clothes, on toys, and even on the Wall Street Journal's official website! In the early 1980s, there was a real craze for graffiti art and the sophisticated Manhattan art world had displays of street art in its galleries. The trend was short-lived - until the arrival of hip-hop music in the late 80s.

In her book, Subway Art, Martha Cooper says "Graffiti came back with hip-hop music and people are now appreciating it for its style, which they could not back then, because they could not get beyond the vandalism thing." Hip-hop was originally black ghetto music, sung by young African Americans from the poor, run-down districts of American cities. When it suddenly got to the top of the American music charts, hip-hop culture was spread, bringing graffiti with it.

Today companies are starting to realise the appeal of graffiti in advertising. Many of this new wave of artists give lectures on developments in their art. Lee Quindnes has a lot of success in Europe and he argues that European galleries and museums are more open to his art form. Indeed, the Groninger Museum in Holland is one of the few museums in the world that displays and recognizes graffiti as an art form.

Another artist, Blade, has his own website devoted only to the world of graffiti. This website has a "merchandise page" where Blade sells things with his own original designs all over the world - everything from baseball caps to yo-yos! Leonard McGurr, a street artist for 25 years, went from painting subway trains to designing and marketing graffiti-inspired clothes for young people. "Graffiti has been a story of survival," he says.

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3

Рассуждает по теме (излагает свои мысли);

Отвечает на вопросы;

Логически правильно составляет текст.

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