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План урока английского языка по теме "В мире живописи".


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План урока

Тема: В мире живописи

Цели урока:

практическая - активизация лексических единиц по теме, дальнейшее развитие навыков говорения (монолог), развитие навыков чтения с детальным пониманием текста; развитие навыков аудирования;

образовательная - расширение кругозора, приобретение знаний о стилях и жанрах живописи, о выдающихся художниках мира и Великобритании;

воспитательная – воспитание интереса к живописи, привитие любви к искусству.

Дидактический материал: раздаточный материал, иллюстративная наглядность, презентация.

Ход урока:

1. Организационный момент

T: Good morning, children! I am glad to see you. How are you today? Who is absent? Let’s start our lesson. Read the words of Pablo Picasso and guess the topic of our today’s lesson. You are right. We are going to talk about fine arts.

2. Warming-up activity. Vocabulary work.

T: Now let’s revise some vocabulary to the topic.

a) Find the pair;

b) Find an odd word;

c) Answer the questions.

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3. Speaking

T: Look at the screen. Try to determine the trend of the given painting and explain why you think so.

4. Listening

T: Now you are going to listen and watch to the presentation of fine art’s genres.

What can you say about portrait, still life, landscape, history painting, genre painting?

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5. Reading

T: Let’s divide into two groups. The first group will read A, B, C parts; the second group will read D, E, F.

a) After that you will exchange the information about the outstanding British painters.

b) Look at the sentences beginnings (1-6) and match them to the endings (A-G). There is one ending that you don’t need.

c) Match the sentences to the parts of the text so they express the main ideas.

d) Now look at the blackboard. Please, try to match the artist with the painting.

6. Listening

T: Listen to the short story about the life and work of William Turner. You will say if the statement is true or false. You can work in pairs.

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7. Homework

T: You are going to complete a short test in your exercise-books. It’s about British artists and their creativity.

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8. Marks

Your marks are…

9. Reflection

What have you learnt today?



















Приложение 1 Vocabulary work

1. Find the pair:

a) an artist

b) modern

с) to paint

d) a picture

e) a masterpiece

a painting contemporary a work of art to depict a painter



2. Find the odd word:

a) famous, prominent, terrible

b) display, impression, exposition

с) museum, gallery, collection

d) genre, trend, style



3. Answer the questions:

1) What is a fine art?

2) What genres of painting do you know?

3) What trends of fine art can you call?

4) Why do people visit museums, galleries?

5) What inspires painters on masterpieces?

6) Do you have any favourite artist?

7) Do you have any loved painting?

8) Are you fond of modern fine art?









Приложение 2 Genres of the paintings

There are a lot of different genres of paintings, all of which reflect different aspects of our life as well the inner world of the painter in the manner specific only to him. Some impress our imagination with charming beauty of nature, others amaze us with realistic scenes of our daily life; some find inspiration in the beauty of human body, others in the wildness and stillness of the sea.

Portrait painting is a genre where the visual appearance of the subject, most often a person, is depicted. There are several kinds of portraits: if an artist portrays himself the result is called a self-portrait: portraits can also be full-body, half-length or head and shoulders, family or group, ceremonial or intimate. No matter what kind of portrait an artist paints, it should always has something more than just appearance, it should contain some specific features, some details that make a person portrayed unique. The expression of the eyes, shade of emotion – everything should be reflected by the painter.

Genre painting, painting of scenes from everyday life, of ordinary people in work or rest, depicted in a generally realistic manner. The term arose in 18th-century France to describe painters specializing in one kind of picture, such as flowers or animals or middle-class life, and was grand manner in art.

A still life is a work of art depicting objects which may be natural (food, flowers, plants, rocks, or shells) or man-made (drinking glasses, books, vases, jewelry, coins, pipes, and so on). With origins in the Middle Ages and Ancient Greek/Roman art, still life paintings give the artist more in a composition than paintings of other types. Still life paintings, before 1700, often contained religious and allegorical symbolism.

Landscape includes mountains, hills, water bodies such as rivers, lakes, ponds and the sea, human elements including different forms of land use, buildings and structures, and transitory elements such as lighting and weather conditions. A seascape is a photograph, painting, or other work of art which depicts the sea, in other words an example of marine art.

History painting is a genre in painting defined by its subject matter rather than artistic style. History paintings usually depict a moment in a narrative story, rather than a specific and static subject. Paintings almost always contain a number of figures, often a large number. The genre includes depictions of moments in religious narratives.















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  Joseph William Turner

Turner began to paint in oil at the age of 21. "The Fishermen at Sea" apparently being the first oil-painting exhibited by him in1796.

His love for mountains was great, but it was the sea that remained his life-long passion. He had a splendid visual memory. A sea-wave not being able to "sit" for a portrait, it was very difficult to paint it. Turner, by constant observation and by his good knowledge of wave forms and the rules which they obey, gave to his sea mass, weight and movement.

As he was at heart a sailor, a ship was a living creature to him. That is why his paintings are so powerful. He loved painting ships, men connected with the sea, fishermen and sailors at work.

After his continental tour in 1802 his eyes opened to the beauty of the English nature which he had neglected before.

The year 1829 was a turning point in his career. It was then he began to adapt his final and in many ways most original style in colours. Turner began to use in oil splendid colour details with which he had experimented in watercolours.

Till then his work had been in some sense traditional, he had followed the path prepared for him the Dutch masters and Thomas Gainsborough. At the age of 54, he developed his own style, painting his most original masterpieces.

Among these were "Frosty Morning", "Snowstorm". Turner’s talent and capacity for work made him one of the most outstanding English artists.

Agree or disagree

1. Turner began to paint in oil at the age of 15.

2. His life - long passion was dancing.

3. Turner, by constant observation and by his good knowledge of wave forms and the rules which they obey, gave to his sea mass, weight and movement.

4. Не loved painting buildings and cities.

5. After his continental tour in 1802 his eyes opened to the beauty of the English nature.

6. The year 1820 was a turning point in his career.

7. Turner began to use in oil splendid colour arrangement with which he had experimented in watercolours.

8. At the age of 50, he had his own style, painting his most original masterpieces.

9. Turner's talent and capacity for work made him one of the most outstanding English artists.



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Quiz

1. In the XVII century art in Britain had been dominated largely by:

a) Claude Korraine; b) Poussin; c) Anthony Van Dyck.

2. Who was the first artist to reject foreign influence in England?

a) Peter Paul; b) William Hogarth; c) Joshua Reynolds.

3. Who was the first president of the Royal Academy?

a) Joshua Reynolds; b) Thomas Gainsborough; c) John Constable.

4. Who was the first creator of the English school of landscape painting?

a) Thomas Gainsborough; b) John Constable; c) Joseph Turner.

5. Who was the principal painter of the King?

a) Thomas Gainsborough; b) Joshua Reynolds; c) William Hogarth.

6. Thousands of tourists from different countries come to Petersburg to visit the Hermitage and admire his works " Portrait of the Duchess of Beautfort" and "self-portrait".

a) Joseph Turner; b) Thomas Gainsborough; c) John Constable.

7. Who was one of the most famous British landscapists?

a) William Hogarth; b) John Constable; c) Reynolds.

8. Constable preferred painting:

a) cloudy, rainy days; b) sunny landscapes; c) portraits.

9. Turner began to paint in oil at the age of:

a) 21; b) 18; c) 16.

10. What did Turner like to paint?

a) a sea-wave;

b) mountains;

c) portraits.




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