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Практична:

  • розвивати навички аудіювання;
  • удосконалювати навички усного мовлення;
  • удосконалювати навички читання з поглибленим розумінням .

Освітня:

  • поглибити і закріпити знання учнів з краєзнавства Великобританії;
  • ознайомити із творчістю художників рідного села;
  • розкрити морально етичні цінності культури Британії.

Розвиваюча:

  • розвивати естетичне сприйняття ;
  • розвивати мовну здогадку та мовленнєву реакцію.

Виховна:

  • сформувати в учнів почуття прекрасного , шанобливого ставлення до культури Британії та культури рідного краю.

Обладнання: картини художників рідного краю,  репродукції британських художників, картки.

Procedure

  1. Teacher’s introduction

     T: Today we have a summing up meeting devoted to the British painting . During the meeting we  shall get to know painting some interesting and important facts related to British painting and  painting of our native land.

  1. Warming – up

T:  Today we are going to speak about the arts, painting in particular. Let’s define things which generally come under the heading of the arts.

The task is to find the keyword and match the words referring to it .

(The teacher gives the pupils separate cards with the following words.) Slide 3

 

Novel         Literature      Drama              Performing Arts          Music

Poetry        Dance            Cinema             Ballet                          Theatre

Fine Arts    Painting        Architecture      Sculpture

 

Slide 4 The correct answers:

Keyword   Literature

Novel; Drama; Poetry

Keyword Performing Arts

Dance; Cinema; Ballet ; Music; Theatre

Keyword Fine Arts

Painting; Architecture; Sculpture

 III . Working with the vocabulary

T.: Let’s revise our vocabulary

Do you know the definition of the word  arts?

“ART” is the study or creation of beautiful things Slide 5

What things do associate with the word art? ( Pupils express their thoughts) Slide 6.

 

T.: Tell me ,please, what kinds of painting do you know? I’ll show pictures of painters from our native village. Look at them and try to figure out what kinds of painting they belong to.

Kinds of painting Slide7

  • Icon painting
  • Still life painting
  • Animal painting
  • Portrait painting
  • Seascape painting
  • Landscape painting
  • Cityscape painting
  • Fresco
  1. Main part of the lesson
  2. Speaking

  T.: Where can you see the works of art?

Answer this question using the substitution table.

 

the picture gallery

I’d like to visit     the art museum

the art gallery

the exhibition hall

 

 

  T.:  What are the biggest and richest art galleries in the world ? Make up sentences, using the table . Note the use of definite article with the names of museums. Slide 8.21

  1. Reading

T.:  You know that London is famous for it’s art museum and galleries. Of all  London’s great art collections one should be mentioned, The National Gallery. Let’s watch the video  about it.  So lets  start our excursion

 

   Now we have to read the text about The National Gallery and do  the task after it.

 

National Gallery

London’s National Gallery, founded in 1824, houses a rich collection of over

2,300 paintings dating from the mid13th century to the early  20th centuries. The collection belongs to the British public and entry to the main

collection is free, although there are charges for entry to special exhibitions.  The National Gallery is open to the public 361 days a year.

The National Gallery, London is an art gallery  which has one of the finest collections of European paintings in the world. The National Gallery has many paintings of very high quality and also because it has paintings by famous artists whose works are very rare. These rare paintings include works by DuccioMasaccioLeonardoGiorgione,MichelangeloCaravaggio.

The National Gallery is on Trafalgar Square, which is one of the busiest tourist places in London. It is a grand building of pale grey limestone, with a central dome and a large Classical style porch  like an Ancient Greek temple. To the left side, the gallery has a large new building called The Sainsbury Wing.

In 1823 a collector called Sir George Beaumont offered to give his famous collection of paintings to the British Government to start a public art gallery. In 1824 another famous collection of paintings was on sale. The owner, John Julius Angerstein, had died. The Parliament had to make a quick decision.

The Parliament voted that a national collection should be started and a gallery should be built. They gave 60,000 Pounds Sterling to buy the Angerstein paintings. They got 38 pictures and were able to display them publicly in the Angerstein House.

The collection grew quickly with the Beaumont and Holwell Carr paintings, and others, being bought or given. A new gallery was needed. In 1831 the plans of the architect William Wilkins were accepted. The site which looks over Trafalgar Square was chosen, old buildings were demolished and the magnificent new gallery was opened on April 9, 1838.

 

Choose the correct answer:

1.The collection belongs to the …….

  1. a) English Queen; b) British public ;c) Lords.

 

  1. The price of entrytothe main collection  is …….                                                       a) high;        b) free;           c) free for foreigners.

 

  1. The National Gallery is famous for its ….
  2. a) situation;
  3. b) paintings of very high quality;
  4. c) paintings of very high quality and very rare paintings.

 

  1. NationalGallery is situated on …..
  2. a) Big Ben; b) Trafalgar Square; c) Downing Street.

 

5.The National Gallery is ……….

  1. a) a grand building of pale grey limestone;
  2. b) a grand building of black limestone;
  3. c) a grand building of pale grey iron.

 

  1. A grand building of NationalGallery  like …..
  2. a) an Ancient Greektemple;
  3. b) an Ancient Greekcastle;
  4. c) an Ancient Rome

 

  1. To the left side, the gallery has …..
  2. a) a large old building called The Sainsbury Wing;
  3. b) a large new building called The Sainsbury Wing;
  4. c) a large new building called The Sainsbury Wind.

 

  1. The Parliament gave 60,000 Pounds Sterling ….
  2. a) to buy the Angerstein paintings;
  3. b) to show the Angerstein paintings;
  4. c) to buy the Morland paintings.

 

  1. 38 pictures were ……                             
  2. a) displayed publicly in the Angerstein House;
  3. b) sold publicly in the Angerstein House

 

3.Vocabulary work Slide 9

 

Name the synonyms or continue the row

  • Master ..(painter, artist, creator, seascapist …..)
  • Prominent ..(famous, outstanding, brilliant….)
  • .( depict, paint ,create ,represent..)
  • .( talented, remarkable, grand….)
  • Profoundly …(deeply, truthfully, sensitively, clearly, brightly..)

Work in pairs

You have sheets of papers on the desks. So your task is to put them in a correct order according to the plan of description.

 

How to describe a picture Slide 10

 

1) «The author of this picture is …»

«The picture makes feel me happy/sad».

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2) «My attention was captured by a man, who is … He is wearing …»

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3)»On the second plan of the picture we can see a dog/a boat/a tree ..

«The dog really makes this picture funny …»

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4)»The boy is happy, because he …»

«They might be talking about …»

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5)»The picture made me think about … I think the artist tried to show us …»                             «I recommend everybody to watch this picture, because it is …»

 

 

Lets  continue our excursion

Slide 14

P1.Thomas Gainsborough was one of the most famous portrait and landscape painters of 18th century Britain. Gainsborough was born in 1727 in Sudbury, England. His father was a schoolteacher. At the age of fourteen he impressed his father with his pencilling skills so that he let him go to London to study art in 1740. In London he became associated with William Hogarth and his school. In the 1740s, Gainsborough married Margaret Burr. His work, mainly landscape paintings, was not selling very well. He returned to Sudbury in 1748—1749 and concentrated on the painting of portraits.

In 1759, Gainsborough and his family moved to Bath. There he studied portraits of Van Dyck and was able to get high society clients. In 1769 he began to send his works to the Royal Academy’s annual exhibitions. He selected portraits of known or notorious clients to attract attention. Exhibitions helped him to gain a national reputation and he was invited to become one of the founding members of the Royal Academy in 1769.

In 1780, he painted the portraits of King George III and his queen and later received many royal commissions and became the favourite painter of the Royal Family.

In his later years, he often painted landscapes and was one of the originators of the eighteenth-century British landscape school, and one of the dominant British portraitists of the second half of the 18th century. His best works, such as Portrait of Mrs. Graham; Mary and Margaret: The Painter’s Daughters; William Hallett and His Wife Elizabeth, and Cottage Girl with Dog and Pitcher, display the individuality of his subjects.

Gainsborough died of cancer on 2 August 1788 in his 62nd year.

 

Now you can see  Portrait of Duchess De Beaufort by Thomas Gainsborough

Your home task was to study the description of this picture. Slide 16

 

Slide 21

P2.George  Morland was born in London on 26 June 1763. His mother was a Frenchwoman, who possessed a small independent property of her own. His grandfather, George H. Morland, was a subject painter. Henry Robert Morland , father of George, was also an artist and engraver, and picture restorer, at one time a rich man, but later in reduced circumstances. His pictures of Jaundry-maids, reproduced in mezzotint and representing ladies of some importance, were very popular in their time. At a very early age Morland produced sketches of remarkable promise, exhibiting some at the Royal Academy in 1773, when he was but ten years old, and continuing to exhibit at the Free Society of Artists in 1775 and 1776, and at the Society of Artists in 1777, and then sending again to the Royal Academy in 1778, 1779 and 1780. His very earliest work, however, was produced even before that tender age, as his father kept a drawing which the boy had executed when he was but four years old, representing a coach and horses and two footmen. He was a student at the Royal Academy in early youth, but only for a very short time. From the age of fourteen he was apprenticed to his father for seven years, and by means of his talent appears to have kept the family together. He had opportunities at this time of seeing some of the greatest artists of the day, and works by old masters, but even then a strange repugnance for educated society showed itself, and no persuasion

The approaching storm is known for you. Who wants to describe it? Slide 24.

 

 Group work

 

You have practiced in describing of the   pictures  in the National Gallery. Lets practice in describing of pictures  in our class exhibition. Every group must choose one of  them and describe it.

 

V.Summing up

 

  1. Dear children, you have coped with all the tasks very well. All of you were well-prepared and active. I enjoy your work at the lesson. And I am sure you have had good practice.

VI.Homework

 

Slide 25

Imagine that you are a painter.  What picture would you like to paint? Describe it.

 

Роздатковий матеріал

Find the keywords and match the words referring to it

 

Novels    Literature   Drama     Performing Arts   Music    Poetry    Dance   Cinema   Ballet        Theatre             Fine Arts         Painting    Architecture            Sculpture

 

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Find the keywords and match the words referring to it

 

Novels    Literature   Drama     Performing Arts   Music    Poetry    Dance   Cinema   Ballet        Theatre             Fine Arts         Painting    Architecture            Sculpture

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Find the keywords and match the words referring to it

 

Novels    Literature   Drama     Performing Arts   Music    Poetry    Dance   Cinema   Ballet        Theatre             Fine Arts         Painting    Architecture            Sculpture

 

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Find the keywords and match the words referring to it

 

Novels    Literature   Drama     Performing Arts   Music    Poetry    Dance   Cinema   Ballet        Theatre             Fine Arts         Painting    Architecture            Sculpture

 

 

 

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 Put sentences in a correct order according to the plan of description.

 

 

1) «The author of this picture is …»

«The picture makes feel me happy/sad».

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2) «My attention was captured by a man, who is … He is wearing …»

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3)»On the second plan of the picture we can see a dog/a boat/a tree ..

«The dog really makes this picture funny …»

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4)»The boy is happy, because he …»

«They might be talking about …»

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5)»The picture made me think about … I think the artist tried to show us …»                             «I recommend everybody to watch this picture, because it is …»

 

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