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George Bernard Shaw PYGMALION Рунец Г.Ю. МОУ Гимназия № 87 г. Краснодар
Episode 1 1. What is Covent Garden? 2. What is St. Paul’ Church? 3. Name the main characters of this episode. 4. Say in English: вздыхать sigh мокрый, капающий зонт dripping umbrella мокрая, грязная улица wet, muddy street испортить цветы spoil the flowers сдача, мелочь change
What do you know … about his family? about his interests? about his plays? about his most famous play? about his awards?
The Characters pp. 6 - 7 Rewrite all the words which are used to describe a person into two columns for good and bad characteristics (5 min.) clever, sensitive, polite, intelligent, sensible, sociable, respectable, kind, educated, quick-witted, cheerful. a bit arrogant, to get upset, strict, conservative, old-fashioned, snobbish Haughty.
Episode 2 Choose the correct answer An elderly gentleman b) had no change c) had flowers 2. The man with the notebook was Colonel Pickering c) Freddy Eynsford-Hill 3. Colonel Pickering wrote a book about a) animals b) English dialects 4. Why is this episode named “An Unexpected Meeting”? a) had three pence b) Professor Higgins c) Indian dialects
Episode 3 Say in Russian What helped the two men discussed the Indian dialects? dreadful rush across cylinder amazed sob wipe sleeve ужасный кинуться цилиндр поражен рыдать протирать, вытирать рукав 2. How much did Mr Higgins’s lessons?
Episode 4 Give the definition: 1. be attracted by sth = be tempted 2. an important official sent by the government of a country to represent it in another country = the Ambassador’s party 3. a large container for rubbish = a dustbin 4. the amount of money sb regularly receives for their job = wages 5. amounts of money that you spend while doing sth in the course of your work = expenses
Episode 5 (2 slides) True or False 1. Mr Alfred Doolittle came to take his daughter back. 2. Eliza sent a boy to get her clothes. 3. Mr Alfred said that he couldn't afford morals, because he was poor man. 4. Mr Alfred wanted ten pounds. 5. Professor Higgins promised Alfred to write Professor Wannafeller. 6. Professor Wannafeller was a Professor of phonetic.
Episode 5 Grammar task Try to explain using of the structure “to be used to”, find out the example in the text and translate it. Quote … unquote Discuss them The love of money is the root of all evil. Bible Lack of money is the root of all evil. George Bernard Shaw
Episode 6 Answer the questions: 1. Why did Alfred Doolittle take only five pounds? 2. Did he recognize his daughter? Why? 3. Did Eliza like herself? Why? 4. Why didn’t Eliza want to see her father again? 5. Was Eliza going to be nice to her friends? A friend is one who walks in when others walk out. Quote … unquote Walter Winchell
Episode 7 (2 slides) Choose the opposites: vowel sounds - restless - frustrated - exhausted - offend - properly - consonant, consonant satisfied (pleased), satisfied (pleased) composure (quiet), quiet, composure cheerful, cheerful improperly, improperly lenient (excuse, justify). lenient,(excuse, justify)
Episode 7 Answer the questions: 1. Was Mrs Higgins glad to see her son? Why? 2. Did she like her son’s “project”? 3. What was the trouble of Mr Higgins? 4. What were the only two topics she was allowed to talk?
Episode 8 1. Explain the title of the episode. 2. What does the expression “they did her in” mean? 3. How did Eliza understand that it was time to go? 4. Try to explain using of the structure “get used to…”? 5. What is the difference between the structures “used to\ be used to\ get used to”? 6. Give your own examples using these structures (for the next lesson).
Episode 9 Match the words with their meaning: taking up all your attention and energy to do sth 2. having a strong desire to do sth without letting anyone 3. in a way that shows you are annoyed 4. let out a deep breath 5. strong, sure and in control 6. agree, often unwillingly, that sth is true Admit, admit determined, determined absorbing, absorbing firm, firm sigh, sigh irritably. irritably
Episode 10 Answer the questions about this episode: 1. What does “the big day” mean? 2. Who did Professor Higgins meet at the ball? How did he look like? 3. Why did Nepommuck say that Eliza was a fraud? 4. Did Eliza manage with her task?
Episode 11 Say in English: 1. оглушать stun attend 2. посещать 3. манто opera cloak 4. зевать yawn 5. невероятно скучно incredibly bored 6. пронзительно кричать (2) yell 7. угрожать чем-л. scream threaten with 8. отважиться dare 9. обвинять в чем-л. accuse of dash 10. швырять 11. ноги подгибаются от страха crouch 12. заставить потерять внимание make sb lose sb’s temper
Episode 12 True or False: Professor Higgins and Colonel Pickering were very glad that Eliza went away. 2. Mrs Higgins was surprised that two friends called the police. 3. Eliza’s father looked like a gentleman. 4. Eliza was at Freddy’s home. 5. Alfred Doolittle was very angry with Professor Higgins. (explain why he was so angry.) 6. Mrs Higgins wanted Alfred to support Eliza. 7. Henry Higgins was against Alfred’s supporting Eliza.
Episode 13 1. What did Mrs Higgins say about Eliza’s behavior? Answer the questions: 2. What did she say about her son’s behavior? 3. Was Mr Higgins glad to hear that Eliza would marry Freddy Eynsford. How did he explain? What is your opinion? 4. How do think did Eliza become a lady? Why? 5. Do you know the end of this play? If you don’t try to guess.
Conclusion 2. What is favourite character? 1. Do you like the play? Why? 3. Retell your favourite episode. 5. Give a summary of the play as if you were Mr Higgins / Mrs Higgins/ Alfred Doolittle / Mr Nepommuck – an interpreter/ Eliza Doolittle. 4. Do you know the name of Eliza’s accent which she spoke at the beginning?
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Pygmalion means ([pɪgˈmeɪlɪən]) a king of Cyprus who fashioned an ivory statue of a beautiful woman and loved it so deeply that in answer to his prayer Aphrodite gave it life. The woman (at some point named Galatea) bore him a daughter, Paphos.
CG is a district in London (West End). It is associated with the former fruit and vegetable market in the central square, now a popular tourist and shopping site and the Royal Opera House, which is also known as Covent Garden.
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