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План- конспект уроку з англійської мови

Клас: 11

Тема: Види мистецтва. Опис творів живопису.

Мета: формувати лексичні навички й навички вимови; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; вдосконалювати навички користування словниками; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.

Оснащення: підручник О. Д. Карп’юк 11 клас,

Хід уроку

Ι. Організаційний момент

1. Привітання

T: How are you today?

Ps: We are fine, thank you!

2. Повідомлення теми та мети уроку

T: At this lesson we’ll start a new topic «Art»; so today we’ll speak about the art

of painting, and get to know about some famous artists. Besides, we’ll learn the song

by Don McLean «Vincent» about Van Gogh.

ΙΙ. Основна частина

  1. Уведення в іншомовну атмосферу

1) Складання «Mind Map».

Учитель пише на дошці слово Art і за допомогою учнів складає «Mind Map».

Painting Sculpture Festivals

Theatre Art Cinema

Museums Galleries Exhibitions

2) Бесіда з учнями.

T: What is your attitude to the painting/cinema/theatre/festivals, etc.? Which

of these are you interested in?

2. Reading

Do ex. 4, p. 165.

3. Vocabulary practice

Match forms of art tools and their definitions


1) Tech- nique

a) materials, images, signs and symbols

2) Visual

Design

b) the way that an artwork is made and studied that is the prac- tice of Art Making, Art Criticism and Art History. Practice of making art works involves ideas, beliefs, interpretations, intentions, skills, technology and actions

3) Media

c) means the manner of an artwork, the way it looks which can be recognised as characteristic of a person, school or culture e.g. the styles of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Cubism, the Aztecs or Egyptians, the style of Dali or Picasso which can be identi- fied by its characteristic elements

4) Print

Making

d) is the deliberate choice and layout of elements in a work of painting, drawing, photograph, collage, computer graphics or three dimensional form such as furniture, appliances or fur- nishings, which acts as a prototype for production and com- mercial release

5) Style

e) means the manner of making or method used in achieving an artwork. The manner of artistic execution or performance or the skills used in making artworks. For example, traditional western oil painting on canvas or the Impressionists “dab” technique. The coiling technique in pottery or the photograph- ic silk screen print making technique

6) Process

f) the task, the job, the purpose of an artwork such as telling stories or narrative, to inspire magic, to celebrate an event, to decorate, art for religious instruction and worship, to imi-

tate nature, for personal pleasure or art for art’s sake such as exploring the emotional effects of the elements or developing visual effects with media or technology.

7) Prac- tice

g) means the sequence of action, the steps taken when making an art work usually involving developing ideas by experimenta- tion, exploring different ways of solving problems, manipu- lating these ideas and appropriate media by evaluating success and resolving the work for presentation

8) Func- tion

h) is where the artist uses TECHNOLOGY that allows more than one work to be produced


















4. Муз. Пауза

Ознайомлення з текстом пісні.

Учні отримують картки (НО1), самостійно читають текст пісні, з’ясовуючи зна-

чення нових слів за допомогою вчителя. Потім вони слухають пісню, а вчитель

показує репродукції картин Ван Гога або проводить презентацію картин і пісні

в Powerpoint. Далі учні відповідають на запитання вчителя.

T: What words and phrases does the singer use to describe Van Gogh’s pictures? Does

he consider these pictures to be beautiful? Do you like Van Gogh’s pictures? Which

one is your favourite?

INCENT

Starry, starry night.

Paint your palette blue and grey,

Look out on a summer’s day,

With eyes that know the darkness in my soul.

Shadows on the hills,

Sketch the trees and the daffodils,

Catch the breeze and the winter chills,

In colors on the snowy linen land.

Now I understand what you tried to say to me,

How you suffered for your sanity,

How you tried to set them free.

They would not listen, they did not know how.

Perhaps they’ll listen now.

Starry, starry night.

Flaming flowers that brightly blaze,

Swirling clouds in violet haze,

Reflect in Vincent’s eyes of china blue.

Colors changing hue, morning field of amber grain,

Weathered faces lined in pain

Are soothed beneath the artist’s loving hand.

Now I understand what you tried to say to me,

How you suffered for your sanity,

How you tried to set them free.

They would not listen, they did not know how.

Perhaps they’ll listen now.

For they could not love you,

But still your love was true.

And when no hope was left in sight

On that starry, starry night,

You took your life, as lovers often do.

But I could have told you, Vincent,

This world was never meant for one

As beautiful as you.

Starry, starry night.

Portraits hung in empty halls,

Frameless head on nameless walls,

With eyes that watch the world and can’t forget.

Like the strangers that you’ve met,

The ragged men in the ragged clothes,

The silver thorn of bloody rose,

Lie crushed and broken on the virgin snow.

Now I think I know what you tried to say to me,

How you suffered for your sanity,

How you tried to set them free.

They would not listen, they’re not listening still.

Perhaps they never will...

(By Don McLean)


5. Reading and writing

Read the Internet page about types of art and fill in the chart.

The different types of arts are classified in 2 categories i.e. fine arts and performing arts. However, the term ‘art’ is considered different from ‘arts’. The former is used to group together only the visual forms of art. Other types such as literature and performing arts do not come under the term ‘art’. So, let’s get into the details of different types of visual arts like painting, sculpting, etc. through this write-up.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF ART

A broad classification of visual arts classifies them into different groups like painting, drawing, sculpting, architecture, printmaking, ceramics, photography, collage, digital graphics, film-making, etc. Earlier, handicrafts and applied arts were not part of this category. It was only in the beginning of 20th century that the ‘Arts and Crafts Movement’ (Bri- tain) brought a lease of life to these art forms. The following list gives us a rough idea of different types of art forms to have evolved with time.

PAINTING

It is said that painting is the art of depicting the beauty of nature. For some, painting could be a medium of expressing their feelings. For others it is a way of depicting the surroundings they observe. Painting is basically an art of applying pigment to a surface (medium) such as canvas, paper, wall, wood panel, etc. Brush is a tool commonly used for painting. There are many different forms of painting. Landscape painting and abstract painting are the common. Classification of painting as per different criteria is presented below.

CLASSIFICATION BASED ON PURPOSE

The visual arts are divided into different types on the basis of purpose for which they are created. The purpose of indulging into arts could be that of self-expression, profit-making, religion or giving a social message.

TYPES BASED ON SUBJECT MATTER

Generally the subjects chosen for painting are nature, people, wildlife, objects, events, places, etc. The subject matter or topic chosen for creation of artworks is therefore, one of the important criteria for classifying visual arts.

MATERIALS AND MEDIUM USED

Based on the medium or materials used, paintings can be classified into different types such as acrylic, watercolor, mural, etc.

SCULPTING

A sculpture is a three-dimensional artwork created with the help of ma- terials like rocks, wood, plastic, clay, etc. Carving out a sculpture and assembling it are the 2 different ways. In some cases, sculptures may also be painted. The different types of sculptures are described below. Free-standing Sculpture: This kind of sculpture is referred to as ‘in the round’ and it can be viewed from different angles.

Light Sculpture: This form of sculpture created from light is also known as light art. The fusion of modern art with creative use of artificial lights has led to the development of light art. Sound Sculpture: It is a form of artwork in which sound is produced. Maryanne Amacher, Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, Alexander Calder and Harry Bertoia were amongst notable artists in this field.

Relief: In this form of sculpture, artworks are raised from a plane at which the base or main work is presented. Such artworks are generally ob- served on the walls of historic buildings. Stone and wood are the materials used for these sculptures. Chiseling the surface to create a raised sculpture is a tedious job involved in making these sculptures.

JEWELRY MAKING

There are many different shapes carved out of precious stones, metals, shells, etc. to make jewelry items.

NEW AGE VISUAL ARTS

The new age arts are a product of industrial revolution. Development of technology leads to use of different techniques for creating these artworks. Photography is one such art to have developed with the invention of camera and photographic film.

PHOTOGRAPHY

In the art of photography, pictures or images are created with the help of different light patterns. These light patterns when emitted or reflect- ed from the surface of objects are captured on a sensitive medium (earlier times) or storage chips (nowadays). Lens of a camera plays an important part in capturing images. The lens helps focus the light emitted from the object to be photographed. The table given below presents a list of different types of photography.

DIGITAL ART

The digital or computer art is widely used in creating websites, video games, clip arts, templates etc. Use of computer in the field of visual arts be- gan in the 1960s. In today’s digital art industry, animation is the buzzword. Use of 3D animation techniques is made in many different fields like filmmak- ing, TV advertising, web advertising, etc. Digital technology has given a boost to the art industry since newer and innovative tools have been developed.

FILMMAKING

The art of filmmaking comes under the discipline of visual arts. How- ever, scriptwriting, music, and many such arts converge and complement each other in this art form. A story or script is the core or soul of a film. It acts as a thread that guides the process of making a film. Incorporating features like audio and video offer viewers with a complete and fulfilling experience. It is the main reason why movies have become so popular.

The topic of visual arts is vast and a rough outline of different forms of these arts is presented above. Many other art forms like literature and performing arts are, however, not included. The brief account of different types of art presented above should help readers gain a better understand- ing of them.

type of art

Words that go with it

Material




6. Writing

From the text in ex. 4, p. 165 write out all the word which are connected

with painting and which would be useful for describing other paintings.

7. speaking

Do ex. 3, p. 165 (questions 1–6).

ΙΙΙ.Заключна частина

Summary

Бесіда в режимі TP1→P2→P3.

T: What did you learn to speak about today? What new words have you learned today?

What task was the most interesting?

Homework



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