Topic: “What do you know about cinema?”
познавательный аспект – знакомство с историей возникновения кинематографа в России и за рубежом, знакомство с историей Голливуда, с известными актерами, продюсерами и режиссерами;
развивающий аспект – развитие способности к анализу, синтезу, классификации и систематизации, к догадке, способность осуществлять репродуктивные речевые действия, развитие воображения;
воспитательный аспект – воспитание чувства сопричастности к мировой истории, памятникам искусства, более глубокое осознание своей культуры;
учебный аспект – формирование лексических навыков чтения и говорения;
Сопутствующие задачи: развитие умения читать и аудировать с целью извлечения конкретной информации.
лексический – screen, studio, silent (и могут быть усвоены лексические единицы из Activity book, ex.2, p.63) sound mixer, stunt man\ - woman, boom operator, scriptwriter;
лексический - a director, a genre, a melodrama, to shoot;
грамматический – для повторения придаточные определительные (Relative Clause).
Оснащение урока: интерактивная доска.
Введение обучающихся в атмосферу иноязычного общения.
The objectives of the lesson.
Warming- up activities.
-Hello, my dear friends! How are things with you?
Today we are going to talk about cinema and TV films.
Cinema and TV films have become an important part of our lives.
But not everyone knows when and how cinematography appeared.
What do you know about it?
Do you know who make the first film?
Who were inventors of the cinema?
When did the Lumiere brothers invent the first film projector and motion-picture camera?
What do you know about Hollywood called the capital of filmed entertainment?
Task. Read the transcription of the following words and expressions and then translate them.
melodrama [ melͻ’dra:ma ] мелодрама
corporation [ ,kɔ:pə’reiʃə ] корпорация
genre [ 3a: ŋr ] жанр
dark truth [ da:k tru:θ ] темная правда
colour film [ ,kΛlə ] цветной фильм
director [ di’rektə ] режисер
black-and-white films [ blæk & wait filmz] черно-белые фильмы
comedy [ ‘kɔmidi ] комедия
facade [ fə’sa:d ] ширма
western [ ‘ westən ] западный
to shoot a film [tə ʃu:t ] снимать фильм
studio [ ‘stju:diou ] студия
Task. Listen, read and learn by heart the poem.
THE MONTHS OF THE YEAR
(by Alfred H.Miles)
September was the seventh month from
Romulus that came.
Ninth in the modern calendar, it still
Retains the name.
October eighth, November ninth,
December tenth of old.
Are new the tenth, eleventh and twelfth,
But still these names they hold!
to shoot the film
to be forced out
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Task. Classify the titles according to their genres.
(Students can do the exercise orally or in written form)
“The Good, the bad and the Ugly” – (western)
“Far from Heaven” – (melodrama)
“Beethoven” – (comedy)
“Cleopatra” – (historical film)
“ Basic Instinct” – (thriller)
“Cabaret” – (musical film)
Task. Match the films with their film directors.
(“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”) (“Titanic”)
Teacher: A clause is a part of a sentence. A relative clause tells us which person or thing the speaker means:
We use who in a relative clause when we are talking about people. We use who instead of he/ the /they. Also when we talking about things, we use that in a relative clause. We use that instead of it/they.
Example: We know a lot of people who (they) live in London.
You can also use which for things (but not for people). And remember that we use who/ that/ which instead of he/ she/ they/ it.
Example: Do you know the man who lives next door? (not –who be lives)
Task. The sentences in this exercise are not complete. Choose the most suitable ending from the list and make it into a relative clause.
Tomas works for a company … .
The book is a about a girl … .
What was the name of the horse … .
The police have caught the man … .
Alexander Bell was the man … .
Where are the pictures … .
The police are still trying to identify the body … .
A dictionary is a book … .
I don’t like people … .
It seem that Earth is the only planet … .
1.… that (or which) makes type writers.
… who (or that) runs away from home.
… that (or which) won the race.
… who (or that) stole my car.
… who (or that) invented the telephone.
… that (or which) used to hang on that wall?
… that (or which) was found last week.
… that (or which) gives you the meanings of words.
… who (or that) are never on time.
… that (or which) can support life.
Task. Make sentences. Fill in who/that/which and add the necessary verbs from the box bellow.
to see to recommend
The woman / a doctor … .
Ann works for a company / washing machines … .
Jack / German / works as a tourist guide … .
We stayed at the Hilton Hotel / Ann / to us … .
That morning I met my friend / I / for ages … .
The woman who is near me is a secretary.
Ann works for a company that makes washing machines.
Jack who speaks German works as a tourist guide.
We stayed at the Hilton Hotel which Ann had recommended to us.
That morning I met my friend who I have not seen for ages.
Listening for specific information.
Teacher: The 20th century may be called the century of film making. Cinema and TV films have become an important part of our lives. But not everyone knows when and how cinematography appeared.
Do you know who made the first film? What was it about?
(Students try to predict and give their answers).
2) Listening for specific information.
Task. Students listen to the information and check if they are right or not.
T a p e s c r i p t: Although the greatest cinema empire is Hollywood, the inventors of the cinema were the French, not Americans. The Lumiere brothers invented the first film projector and motion-picture camera in 1895. That year on the 28th December they demonstrated the first three minute film “Arrival the Train”. In that film, a train came towards the camera. People ran out of the cinema, thinking it was a real train.
Post – listening activities.
Task. Students answer the questions given before listening.
S1: The Lumiere brothers demonstrated their first three-minute film “Arrival of the Train” on the 28th of December.
S2: In that film a train came towards the camera. People thought it was a real train and they ran out of the cinema.
Reading for specific information.
Teacher: The development of cinematography brought to life the world cinema
Empire called Hollywood.
What do you know about Hollywood?
S34: As far as I know, Hollywood is situated near Los Angeles. To my mind, a great number of films are released every year in Hollywood. Hollywood’s early films were westerns, horror films, comedies. Then there were romance films.
Teacher: - What would you like to know about it?
Task. Write a list of questions which you would like to ask about Hollywood.
What kind of films did Hollywood produce?
When was the first colour film, shot?
What were the first genres of American films?
Reading for specific information.
Task. Read the text and try to find the answers to their questions.
A story of Hollywood.
The world capital of film entertainment Los Angeles has been a lot of things over the past 100 years. First, it was a little city with orange forest and great weather. But, one day in 1908 a group of people from Chicago came to Los Angeles to shoot a film. Since that day a lot of directors, producers, actors and thousands of other workers have been coming to Los Angeles. In 1911 the first studio appeared in Hollywood (a part of Los Angeles).
In the 1920s Hollywood made 80% of the world’s films. Silent and black-and-white films of those early years starring Mary Pickford and Charlie Chapling were forced out by sound films in the middle of the 1920s. Full-length films came up to take place of short films. And the first colour film, Gone With Wind, was shot in 1939. This film brought a great success to Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable who starred in the film. The number of the studios grew very quickly. They combined in large corporations and now the biggest film companies are MGM, Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Columbia Pictures, Warner Bros and Universal.
The first genres of America n films were melodrama, western and comedy, later appeared adventure and historical films. But now the range of genres is much richer. Hollywood got the name of the factory of dreams. It is associated with wealth and paradise of sun and palm trees. But it is only a façade for a darker truth.
1. Task. Answer the following questions.
a) Which of your questions does the text help to answer?
b) What new information have you learnt about Hollywood and film making?
c) Why is Hollywood called the capital entertainment?
S4: This text helped to answer my question: “When did the first studio appear in Hollywood?”. The first studio appeared in Hollywood in 1911.
S5: As for me, this text helped to answer my question “What kind of films did Hollywood produce?”. The first genres of American films were melodrama, western and comedy. Later appeared adventure and historical films. But now the range of genres is much richer.
S6: In the 1920s Hollywood made 80% of the world’s films. Hollywood produced silent and black-and white films. The first colour film “Gone with the Wind” was shot in 1939. The number of the studios grew very quickly. They combined large corporations.
2. Reading for detail.
Task. Complete the following spidergram “Hollywood”.
Genres of films:
-20th Century Fox
Speaking (monologue speech).
Teacher: There are some names from the film making industry that are known all over the world.
What are these people famous for?
S7: C.Chaplin is an English film actor and director. He makes his reputation as a tramp with a small black moustache, bowler hat, twirling cane in a silent comedies.
S8: W.Disney is a US film maker and animator. He established his own studio in Hollywood. In 1955, Disney opened the first theme park, Disneyland in California.
The conclusion of the lesson.
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