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To teach to pupils about art galleries in London by presentation the new words. Explain the modal verb “Should”. Develop pupils’ speaking habits.
Marking page Surname_______________________ Name__________________________ Date___________________________ The theme______________________ C / n Criterion ball 1 Homework 5 2 Answer the questions 4 3 Glossary 3 4 Reading 3 5 Translate 5 6 Do tasks 5 Total 17-22=5, 11-16=4, 5 -10=3 Mark
What is the British Museum famous for?
What are the functions of the British museum?
What can you say about the Central State Museum of Kazakhstan? Tate Gallery
When was the British Museum founded?
Who bequeathed his personal collection to the nation?
What is Kasteev’s Museum famous for? National gallery
When was the British Museum’s present home built?
What is the Round Reading Room of British Museum known for?
Why is the British Museum a national treasure house? National Portrait Gallery
New words Gallery Extensive Painting Designed Represent Government Distinguished Sculpture Owe Establishment Intriguing
Gallery [ gᴂlәri] галерея Extensive [iks’tensiv] кең көлемді Painting [peintiɳ] сурет Designed [di’zained] жоспарланды Represent [repri’zent] суреттеу Government [gʌvәnmәnt] өкімет Distinguished [dis’tiɳgwiʃt] атақты Sculpture [skʌlptʃә] мүсін Owe [ou] міндетті болу Establishment [is’tᴂbliʃmәnt] мекеме Intriguing [intrigiɳ] қызықтыру
Art galleries of London National Gallery Tate Gallery National Portrait Gallery 1824 1897 examples of Rembrant and Rubens portraits of famous British people modern art, including paintings and sculpture 1836
Art galleries of London Speaking about art galleries of London we should first of all mention the National Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery and the Tate Gallery. The National Gallery houses one of the richest and most extensive collections of painting in the world. It stands to the north of Trafalgar Square. The gallery was designed by William Wilkins and built in 1834-37. The collection covers all schools and periods of painting, but is especially famous for its examples of Rembrant and Rubens. The British schools are only moderately represented as national collections are shared with the Tate Gallery. The National Gallery was founded in 1824 when the government bought the collection of John Angerstein which included 38 paintings. The Tate Gallery houses the national collection of British painting from the 16th century to the present day. It is also the national gallery for modern art, including paintings and sculpture made in Britain, Europe, America and other countries. It was opened in 1897 as the National Gallery of British art. It owes its establishment to Suie Henritate who built the gallery and gave his own collection of 65 paintings. One of London's most intriguing museums, the National Portrait Gallery exhibits portraits of famous British people painted, sculpted or photographed by distinguished artists from the 18th century to the late 20th century. Kings and Queens, famous statesmen, sports stars, football stars, politicians and assorted characters from every high-profile walk of life are especially in evidence once the 20th century is reached, but you are not only invited to play a game of "let's spot the star" because the quality of the art is of an exceptionally high standard.
Choose should or shouldn't. You …………be so selfish. I don't think you………….smoke so much. You…………exercise more. I think you…………try to speak to her. You are overweight. You…………go on a diet. Where………… we park our car? You …………never speak to your mother like this. The kids …………..spend so much time in front of the TV. I tell her the truth or ……….I say nothing? I think we…………..reserve our holiday in advance.
II-level III-level III-level I-level III-level II-level II-level I-level I-level III-level II-level I-level Grammar questions Vocabulary Museums and galleries Different questions
Which museum was created in 1980?
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