Эл. №ФС77-60625 от 20.01.2015
Учителям 1-11 классов и воспитателям рекомендуем принять участие в Международном конкурсе «Я люблю природу», приуроченном к году экологии. Все ученики будут награждены красочными наградными материалами, а учителя получат бесплатные свидетельства о подготовке участников и призёров международного конкурса.
СЕГОДНЯ (15 ДЕКАБРЯ) ПОСЛЕДНИЙ ДЕНЬ ПРИЁМА ЗАЯВОК!
Конкурс "Я люблю природу"
Урок в 10 классе "Музыка в нашей жизни"
“MUSIC IN OUR LIFE”
Урок в 10 классе:
Учитель I кв. категории: Рябова И.И.
- активизировать речемыслительную деятельность
- развивать все виды речевой деятельности
- формировать потребность практического пользования языком в различных
- развитие лексических навыков говорения
- совершенствование грамматических навыков
- развитие речевых умений в диалогической и монологической речи на основе
творческого использования усвоенного ранее материала в новых ситуациях
- систематизация, обобщение и закрепление пройденного материала
- развитие навыков аудирования, говорения (диалогическая и монологическая речь)
- расширение словарного запаса
- познакомиться с музыкальной жизнью стран изучаемого языка
- расширить знания о жанрах музыкального искусства Великобритании и США
- создать мотивацию стремления узнать о популярности этих жанров в России
- готовность к решению усложняющихся речемыслительных задач , требующих от
детей интеллектуальных, поисковых усилий
- развитие способностей к сравнению, анализу, обобщению, логичности к восприятию
грамматических структур и их использованию
- формирование репродуктивных и их использованию
- развитие речевых, творческих способностей
- развитие творческой деятельности, памяти, языковой догадки, воображения,
способности логически излагать свои мысли
- воспитывать положительное отношение к британской и американской культуре и
чувство национальной самобытности
- побуждать к более глубокому осознанию своей родной культуры
I.The importance of music.
At our lesson we are going to speak about music. People can’t live without music. They listen to music, they dance to music, they learn to play musical instruments. We can hear music everywhere: in the streets, in the shops, in the parks, in the cars, at the disco, on TV, over the radio. So, music helps us to live.
Henry Longfellow once said: “Music is the universal language of the world.” How can you explain these words? (Music is a part of our life. You can hear it everywhere. People can speak different languages but they listen to the same music, they play the same music.)
II. Types of music.
1.What types of music do you know?
Classical music Film music
Folk music Dance music
Jazz Bard music
Rock music Rap
Pop music Metal
2.What sort of music do you like?
What is your favourite music?
What music do you like listening to in your free time?
What music do you listen to when you are sad?
What music do you listen to when you are happy?
What music do you hate?
You interviewed some people from our school. Analyze the results of your interviews.
Pupil: Our questions were:
Do you like music?
What is your favourite sort of music?
1).The first group is schoolchildren at the age from 7 to 9:
pop music, rap, classical music
2).The second group is schoolchildren at the age from 10 to 13:
rock music, pop music, metal, classical music
3).The third group is schoolchildren at the age from 14 to 17:
rock music, pop music, rap
Pop music, folk music, bard music, classical music
Pop music, bard music, classical music, folk music
III. For or against music.
1.Give your arguments for or against classical music.
For: It gives the listeners delight and pleasure. It creates a special spiritual world for the
listener. It makes people happy.
Against: Most people don’t like or understand it. It is not popular. Many people can fell asleep
listening it. You can’t dance to classical music.
2.Give your arguments for or against pop music.
For: Young people are gravitating to new rhythms and new styles. New rhythms are full of
force. The tunes are happy. The words are about hopes, dreams. It attracts young people.
Against: The rhythms are monotonous. The tunes are primitive, the lyrics are senseless. Mass
hysteria is usual at pop concerts.
IV. Musical instruments.
1.What instruments can you play?
What instruments would you like to play?
What instruments would you never like to play?
2.Imagine that you are going to form your own supergroup. Choose the instruments that you would like to have in your group. Whom will you invite to play them or to sing?
V. Popular composers, groups and singers.
Now let’s speak about the most famous composers, groups and singers.
Do you like classical music?
What Russian composers do you know?
What composer would you like to tell us about?
а) The report:
Tchaikovsky is one of the most famous Russian composers. His name is known all over the world. He was born on May 7, 1840 in Votkinsk, Vyatka region in the family of an engineer. His father was 45 and his mother was 26 when he was born. All his life Tchaikovsky adored his mother and two younger brothers Modest and Anatoly, who were twins. They understood each other and had very close relations. Tchaikovsky started to play the piano and compose music when he was very young. But he worked for a time as a clerk in the Ministry of Justice, though music was his true passion. In his early twenties he completely turned to a life of music. Tchaikovsky was one of the charter students of the St. Petersburg Conservatory which was founded by Rubinstein. At twenty-six he became one of the first professors at the Moscow Conservatory. It is often noted that Tchaikovsky was the first Russian professional composer. Tchaikovsky’s work is very impressive: 6 symphonies, 10 concerts and pieces for solo instruments, over 20 orchestral works, 9 operas, 3 ballets, over dozen pieces composed for special occasions. The classical Russian ballet has its beginning in Tchaikovsky’s works. The ballets «The Sleeping Beauty», «The Nutcracker», «Swan Lake» are the most popular works in the «golden treasure» of our musical theatres. Tchaikovsky enjoyed some of his fame being alive, traveling in Russia, Europe, the USA in his later years to conduct his works. For example, he participated in opening of Carnegie Hall in 1891. The last year of his life he was elected the Honorable doctor of the Cambridge University. Tchaikovsky died at the age of 55 in 1893 in St. Petersburg. He is an outstanding composer. The future generations will enjoy and love his music as much as we do.
b) An extract from the ballet “The Sleeping Beauty”
What Tatar composers do you know?
Open the books “Welcome to Tatarstan” on page 67. There are photos of three famous men. Do you know them? Think of their names, dates of lives and occupations. Complete the lines under each photo.
Have you heard the songs by “Beatles”?
What do you know about this group?
This group has formed at the end of the 50th. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr were amazing and talented boys who made a unique contribution to music and it made a revolution in pop history. The boys composed songs for the youth. Their songs seemed more musical and more exciting than others. The Beatles showed professionalism and made impressive figures on the stage. Their songs and unusual sense of humor drew the peoples’ attention. Girls loved The Beatles and the young men tried to look like them. Newspapers, televisions focused on the group and made it famous. A hysteria that was called “Beatlomania” swept Britain and soon afterwards, America. The group broke up more than 30 years ago. But their songs will live forever. And now listen to the most popular song “Yesterday”.
The song “Yesterday”
What do you know about jazz?
Who is one of the most famous performers of jazz?
In the 1920s America fell in love with dancing and popular jazz music. Big hotels hired dance bands. Dance halls were opened around the country. New dances with strange names like Charleston were popular. One of the most famous musicians of the time was Louis Armstrong. He became famous for his trumpet playing and his low rough voice. He was a major force in shaping jazz music in America in the 1920s. He introduced new ideas to jazz and was known as the “King of Jazz.” Louis Armstrong was the first jazz soloist to receive worldwide recognition. His musical career began in the streets of New Orleans where he sang with other poor black children. His unique style had a major influence on his generation of trumpeters as well as other instrumentalists.
Jazz styles are always changing. In recent years jazz musicians have put together jazz music and rock instruments like the electric guitar. This new jazz style is called electric jazz or fusion.
5.The king of rock-n-roll
Who was the king of rock-n-roll?
Elvis Presley was known as "The King" of rock 'n' roll. He was born in Mississippi in 1935. At the age of 13, Elvis and his family moved to Memphis, Tennessee. There Elvis recorded his first song in 1954. He sold millions of records, served in the army, moved to Hollywood and appeared in 33 films. Elvis brought together the musical sounds of the blacks in America and of country people. His songs started a new period in American music. Elvis was the most popular performer of his day. At the news of his death in 1977, thousands of people gathered outside his home in Memphis. Elvis' songs are still popular today. People love to imitate him. There is even an Elvis Presley impersonation Society. Elvis impersonators dress up like Elvis and sing on stage. Some of them actually wish they were Elvis!
b) The song “Love me tender”
What do you know about this competition?
What Russian singers and groups had success in this competition?
In the middle of 1950s members of the EBU (European Broadcast Union) decided to form all European show to join all Europe. In January 1955 Marsel Bechenon, the producer of Switzerland TV, suggested to held an international song competition. It was decided to carry on this show in 1956 in Switzerland. Only seven countries took part in it. But then it became more and more popular. First of all it is an amazing show combining music, vocal, beautifull costumes, light show and fantasy of the designers. “Eurovision” is a festival of international friendship. The participants from different countries arrive together and spend a week associating with each other. There is no aggression or fight. Experts say that the song must be melodious, attractive and not complicated.
In May 2000 our singer Alsu was the second at “Eurovision”. She was only 16. No one of the Russian performers could be so successful before. She represented our country with the song “Solo”. In 2005 Dima Bilan was the second with the song “Never let you go”. In 2007 the group “Serebro” was the third at “Eurovision”.
The song “Never let you go” by D. Bilan.
Imagine that the group “Serebro” is going to give a concert in our town. You don’t like this group but your friend likes it and invites you to go to the concert. Say you are unwilling to go to the concert, give your reasons. Use informal phrases of the dialogues on page 92.
VII. Test “Music”
What kind of music do you (1)? Some people like going to (2) concerts and listening to (3).
The (4) wear very formal clothes and the (5) is silent until the end of the (6). Perhaps you are a rock music (7). Rock concerts are often held at football (8) or in parks. (9) of the audience dance to the music or sing the songs. (10) music is (11) at weddings and parties in many countries and some people (12) their own music at home. Now days we (13) music in shops and lifts and many people (14) their own music with them or even (15) to music when they study. Music is everywhere!
A. listen B. enjoy C. have D. preferring
A. classic B. classics C. classical D. classified
A. a group B. an orchestra C. a band D. a record
A. musicians B. actors C. musicals D. instruments
A. spectators B. people C. guests D. audience
A. happening B. action C. music D. performance
A. fan B. enthusiasm C. reader D. friend
A. matches B. stadiums C. pitches D. pools
A. Members B. Selections C. Persons D. Those
A. Historical B. Nation C. Traditional D. Ancient
A. acted B. formed C. done D. played
A. do B. get C. make D. take
A. listen B. hear C. perform D. understand
A. carry B. wear C. lift D. play
A. hear B. have C. follow D. listen
VIII. Woodstock Festival
Exercise 5, page 33 (Reader)
Read the text and answer the questions
IX. Home task:
Exercise 6, page 33-34 (Reader)
Our lesson is over. You have shown your knowledge in English and in music. Thank you and goodbye.
- Просмотры: 236
- Просмотры: 729
- Просмотры: 552
- Просмотры: 275
- Просмотры: 247
- Просмотры: 211
- Просмотры: 1176