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Конспект открытого урока по английскому языку на тему "Художественные традиции" (10 класс)




 Цели: формировать лексические навыки и навыки произношения; усовершенствовать навыки чтения и устной беседы; развивать чувство языка и языковую реакцию учеников; воспитывать заинтересованность в расширение своих знаний.


1. Good morning, boys and girls and our guests! I’m very glad to see you.

As you can see we haven’t an ordinary lesson today. Today, we begin to study a new theme “Artistic traditions in Ukraine” and speak about one of the most famous and outstanding poets in the world history T.G. Shevchenko, whose literary works are known everywhere in the world.

2. Tongue-twisters:

  • How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

  • Any noise annoys an oyster but a noisier noise annoys an oyster most.

  • Can you imagine an imaginary menagerie manager managing an imaginary menagerie?

3. Warm-up

There are a lot of kinds of art which were developing through the centuries and today will consider art of Ukrainian painting. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘painting’? A painting is a work of art, the art of creating painting.

4. Speaking

Do ex. 1, p. 110 – the 1st question

3.  Practising the new vocabulary

Match the words with their Ukrainian equivalents.


Манера, стиль










Сельский пейзаж



Rural scenery

Известный представитель



Prominent representative











Рисовать, изображать

 ► Practise the new vocabulary.

Find the new words in the text and translate the sentences with them.

4. Speaking about Shevchenko

Taras Hryhorovych Shevchenko was a Ukrainian poet, writer, artist, public and political figure. Taras Shevchenko was born on the 9th of March in 1814 in Moryntsi. He was born a serf. When he was a teenager he became an orphan, and grew up in poverty. When he was 14, his owner, Engelhardt took him to serve as a houseboy. 

When Engelhardt noticed the boy’s skills in painting he apprenticed him to the painter Shiriayev for four years. At that time the young man met his compatriots Zoshchenko, Hrebinka, Hryhorovych, and Venetsianov, they showed his works to the famous Russian artist Karl Bryullov.

Shevchenko’s paintings impressed Bryullov, and he decided to help him. Karl Bryullov painted a portrait of the Russian poet Zhukovsky and disposed it in a lottery. The money was used to buy Shevchenko’s freedom from Engelhardt in 1838. Shevchenko entered the Academy of Fine Arts in St Petersburg, there he became a student of Bryullov. Shevchenko was awarded three silver medals for his works and later he had become an Academician in engraving.

Studying at the Academy T. Shevchenko understood that his main calling, his true passion was poetry. In 1840 he published his first collection of poems “Kobzar”. In 1841 followed the epic poem “Haidamaky”, in 1844 the ballad “Hamalia”. And in 1845 he wrote a poem "Testament" or Zapovit which has been translated into more than 60 languages and set to music in the 1870s by H. Hladky.

When I die, bury me

On a grave mound

In my beloved Ukraine,

In a place from where the wide-tilled fields

And the Dnieper and its steep banks

Can be seen and

Its roaring rapids heard.

5. Writing

► Practise the new vocabulary.

Fill in the gaps with the new words (Word File p. 112)

1) So this was what ___ is like!

2) The train passes by some breathtaking ___ in the mountains.

3) She’s ___ in the kitchen.

4) The California state flag ___ a grizzly bear.

5) Thirteen people helped Michelangelo create his ___ on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

6) This work of art ___ the pink period of Picasso’s painting.

7) He would ___ more time to his hobby.

8) Mickey Mouse’s ___ was plastered on billboards all over town.

9) Some room in this palace were decorated in a Victorian ____.

10) This painting was by a chance meeting with a French beautiful girl.

11) Some young artists launched a website to ___ their ideas.

8. Summary

Our life seems to be impossible without art. It really occupies an important part in our daily life. Art offers us not only pleasure and education. Art penetrates into all spheres of our life and makes it brighter, richer and more intellectual.

So do you have passion to any type of art or painting?

9. Homework

Ex. 6, p. 113.

p. 112 – to learn new words by heart

Get ready with the information for the next lesson.

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