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In the world of art and music.

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Учитель: Кузьмина Л.Г СОШ № 4

1/Today we spend our lesson in the world of art and music. I think it would be interesting and useful for you. Welcome to the meeting with wonders.


2/ Look around. We can enjoy many beautiful things in our everyday life: autumn rain and a bright sun, falling leaves and blooming flowers, flying birds and a blue sky, colorful rainbow and swimming clouds.


3/ But we are also able to enjoy different types of art.

How do you understand the meaning of the word – art?

Art is indeed a great power , especially if it appeals to the heat and mind of man, to his feelings and ideals and if it proclaims life. Art is truthful only when it serves life, only when the artist hopes to arouse a warm response in the heart of man.


Art is a great source of pleasure in our lives.

Art affects us in many ways.

Even a passing acquaintance with art can enrich and deepen our understanding of the world around us.

Art may invoke a gamut of feelings from a smile to indignation.

Art gives people an opportunity to show their individuality and represent who are we.

Art is the expression of the heart.

With art we can relive the inner emotions and allow the world to enjoy and share feelings and thoughts.


  • 4/ What can be concerned to art?

  • Painting

  • Sculpture

  • Architecture

  • Music

Can cinema be concerned to art?

Cinema plays an important role in the life of any person. It is an available popular form of art. Lots of people find going to the cinema, one of the best way of spending their leisure time. The movie audience is predominantly a young one.


5/Where can you see works of art?

You can see works of art in galleries and museums. They impress us by the unique combination of the past and the present.

When you go to a picture gallery or to an exhibition, you are deeply impressed by the works of different artists who show a truthful relationship between art and life. Pictures bring to the strength of the human spirit, the beauty of man. Such art helps us to understand the outside world, it cultivates a person’s artistic taste.


What is your attitude to the classical and modern art? Can you appreciate it?

We appreciate classic art. But we have trouble understanding of modern art. An abstract painting isn’t easy to understand. But it can help in the artistic education of people. Art of this kind can not be great because it is not connected with the life of people, their interests and ideals.

What famous artists do you know?

Karl Bryullov – “Last day of Pompeii”

Pavel Fedotov - “The aristocrat’s breakfast”

The fastidious bride’

Mayor’s proposal”

The young widow”

Encore,more encore”

The gamblers”

Andrew Rublew - “Trinity”

Ivan Shishkin - “Morning in a pine forest”


Il’ya Repin

Vassily Perov

Vassily Surikov

Vassily Vereshchagin

Ivan Kramskoy


William Hogarth

Thomas Gainsborough

Joshue Reynolds

John Constable


Gorgia O’Keffe



What is your favourite painter?

What do you like to paint with?



6/ How much do you know?

Painting and sculpture.

1. Her first painting was ….. portrait.

a) a self b) an own c) a selfish d) an auto

2. The showing of things as they really are is called …..

a) classicism b) romanticism c) realism d) naturalism

3. The art of presenting scenery in painting is called…..

a) a still life b) a landscape c) a portrait d) a seascape

4. A……is a simple, quickly-made and not detailed drawing.

a) painting b) plan c) design d) sketch

5. A……is a large likeness of a person or an animal, made in solid material.

a) pedestal b) statue c) statuette d) sculpture

6. Newspapers often contain……of well-known politicians.

a) comics b) caricatures c) exhibitions d) satires

7. ….is the correct relationship between the size, position and shape of the different parts of a whole.

a) Symmetry b) Proportion c) Disproportion d) Asymmetry

8. A piece of sculpture showing a person’s head, shoulders andupper chest is called a…..

a)monument b) bust c) statue d) statuette

9Pavel Tretyakov was not only a collector, but a ……of the artsas well.

a)patron b) guard c) friend d) defender

10. Alexei Savrasov chose a very ordinary …..for his painting “ The rooks have come” : it is an early spring day.

a) affair b) matter c) subject d) substance

Museums and art galleries.

1.We were at the exhibition of ……

a) ancients b) old-fashioned c) antiques d) aged

2. Much …..work is being carried out in this museum.

a) restoration b) recollection c) representation d) refinement

3. This ticket ……one person to the museum.

a) permits b) admits c) enters d) allows

4.If you are a student there is no charge for some museums in the UK, you can get in …..

a) free b) freely c) freed d) freehand

5. The Royal Ontario Museum is ……for its collection of dinosaur bones and for its Oriental exhibits.

a) forgotten b) renovated c) unknown d) renowned

6. It was only as I was leaving the gallery that I found out who the old man was – his self-portrait on the posters…….the exhibition.

a) advising b) advertising c) informing d) displaying

7. Repin devoted his amazing talent mainly to depicting life in the Russia of his day: his portraits constitute a whole gallery og his…..

a) relatives b) descendants c) ancestors d) contemporaries

8. You can see the original…….of “ Hamlet” in the museum in Shakespeare’s own writing.

a) volume b)document c) manuscript d) best-seller

9. In the Museum of Abbey Treasures there are……..on display, lifelike models of famous people made after their death.

a) patterns b) duplicates c) copies d) effigies

10. The pictures in the National Gallery belong to the public and ………to see them is free.

a) entrance b) gate c) door d) opening



7/ Every artist needs different paints to make wonderful work.

Can you associate colors with any things or feelings?


Meanings of colours.



White – light, pure, rest, solitude.


Red – fire, life, energy, activity, fight, aggression, anger.


Yellow – sun, day, freedom, activity, joy, tolerance, obstinacy, trouble, concern, treachery.


Green – nature, life, harmony, belief, trust, kindness, goodness, mildness, softness.


Light blue – wind, cold, ice, clearness, reserve, indifference.


Purple – wisdom, nobility, power, authority.


Brown – soil, autumn, safety, devotion, hardiness, industry, diligence, fear.


8/ Now we know the meanings of some colors. It’s time to paint something intresting. Imagine that you are a painter.


Look at these idioms and try to explain them.

Scarlet sails has come to be used as a symbol of the romantic dreams of young people.



White crow often used of someone who opposes or disregards in the practical and conventions of his time or social class.



The blue thief is a shy person with a pleasant appearance and winning manner.



The yellow press applied newspapers of an unscrupulously sensational character or to journalists who contribute to such newspapers.



The green friend applied to trees and forests.



Blue stocking means learned ladies, especially those give to pedantry and lacking feminine charm.



Bluebeard – a merciless tyrant, who marries and kills wives one after other.


Blue bird - a symbol of a beautiful, but unattainable dream.


True blue teacher means a devoted person to his job.



9/ Soon you’ll need to choose any profession.

Do you know that all the jobs traditionally divided into colors?


1 White color jobs.

People who work in offices or professional jobs, like teachers, scientists, government officials, journalists.


2 Blue color jobs.

People who do hard or dirty work with their hands, construction workers, builders, drivers, cleaners.

3 Pink color jobs.

This is often used about professions where you may find a lot of women, like secretaries, waitresses, clerks.

Green color jobs.

This is a new term used today to describe some jobs connected with ecology, energy saving, pollution.

Some professions do not fall into any of these categories by the color, actors, film directors, internet providers.

What color may be their jobs?


10/ How do you understand the word music?

Music is not a combination of pleasant sounds only. It is the art that reflects life, ideas and emotions. It is a language that is used to express our moods and feelings.

Are you fond of music?

What do you think about music?

What role does music play in your life?


We enjoy music because it reflects our mood and emotions.

Music appeals to our souls and enriches our minds.

Music is beauty in sounds.

Music is our magic source of inspirations.

Listening to music is the perfect way to relax after a hart day and not feel bored.

You can hardly find a person who doesn’t like or need music, who never sing or dances.

Our musical interests range from pop and rock music to rap and hip-hop.

Music is breathtaking and full of energy.

Good music makes us remember happy times and forget the problems of everyday life.

Music helps to relax when we are tired and entertains us when we’d like to have fun.

  • What music types do you know?


  • What music types have been developed in the USA?


  • Guess what type of music have you just listened to?


11/ How much do you know?

Music and dancing.

1.As soon as the music started everyone……enthusiastically and started to applaud.

a) hissed b) jeered d) booed d) cheered

2. Sam sings every Sunday in the local church……

a) concert b) chorus c) opera d) choir

3. She ….till the early hours listening to pop music.

a) held me up b) caught me up c) kept me up d) took me up

4. The music on the radio did not …..him. He simply paid no attention to it.

a) displease b) please c) charm d) amuse

5. We all had headaches after the concert because the music was so …

a) soundless b) low c) strong d) loud

6. Music isn’t a …..of pleasant sounds only. It is the art that reflects life.

a) combination b) mixture c) union d) creation

7. Do you play by …..or by notes?

a) sound b) ear c) echo d) hearing

8. The orchestra began playing the ……, a piece of music introducing the performance.

a) overture b)interlude c) intermezzo d) symphony

9. ….is the highest male voice.

a) Baritone b) Tenor c) Bass d) Soprano

10. ….is the highest female voice.

a) Contralto b) Alto c) Soprano d) Mezzo-soprano



12/ What is your favourite group? What do you know about it?

The group Abba was formed in 1973 in Sweden. Abba’s cheerful tunes made them international pop stars and one of the most successful groups of the 1970s. Their songs often topped European charts. Though the group doesn’t exist any more, it’s still popular with people of all ages. We can’t admire their style of singing. Many people find it fascinating and overwhelming.



13/ We can’t imagine our life without lovely songs. Now let’s sing one of them.


THANK YOU FOR THE MUSIC.

I’m nothing special

In fact I’m a bit of a bore

If I tell a joke

You’ve probably heard it before

But I have a talent

A wonderful thing

cause everyone listens when I start to sing

I’m so grateful and proud

All I want is to sing it out loud

So I say

Thank you for the music

The songs I’m singing

Thank you for all the joy

They’re bringing

Who can live without it

I ask in all honesty

What would life be

Without a song or a dance what are we

So I say thank you for the music

For giving it to me.

Mother says I was a dancer before I could walk

She says I began to sing long before I could talk

And I often wondered how did it all start

Who found out that nothing

Can capture a heat

Like a melody can

Well, who ever it was, I’m a fan

So I say

Thank you for the music

The songs I’m singing

Thank you for all the joy

They’re bringing

Who can live without it

I ask in all honesty

What would life be

Without a song or a dance what are we

So I say thank you for the music

For giving it to me.


I’ve been so lucky

I’m a girl with golden hear

I want to sing it out to everybody

What a joy, what a life, what a chance.


Thank you for the music

The songs I’m singing

Thank you for all the joy

They’re bringing

Who can live without it

I ask in all honesty

What would life be

Without a song or a dance what are we

So I say thank you for the music

For giving it to me.



14/ And at last write your own attitude and your own opinion about music.

Well-done. Thank you and good bye.




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