Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА - 11 клас - за підручником О. Д. Карп’юк
UNIT 6. SPEAKING ABOUT ART...
LESSON 58. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ART?
Цілі: формувати лексичні навички й навички вимови; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
Do ex. 1, p. 165.
Do ex. 3, p. 165 (questions 1-6).
3. Vocabulary practice
Match forms of art tools and their definitions.
a) materials, images, signs and symbols
2) Visual Design
b) the way that an artwork is made and studied that is the practice of Art Making, Art Criticism and Art History. Practice of making art works involves ideas, beliefs, interpretations, intentions, skills, technology and actions
c) means the manner of an artwork, the way it looks which can be recognised as characteristic of a person, school or culture e.g. the styles of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Cubism, the Aztecs or Egyptians, the style of Dali or Picasso which can be identified by its characteristic elements
4) Print Making
d) is the deliberate choice and layout of elements in a work of painting, drawing, photograph, collage, computer graphics or three dimensional form such as furniture, appliances or furnishings, which acts as a prototype for production and commercial release
e) means the manner of making or method used in achieving an artwork. The manner of artistic execution or performance or the skills used in making artworks. For example, traditional western oil painting on canvas or the Impressionists “dab” technique. The coiling technique in pottery or the photographic silk screen print making technique
f) the task, the job, the purpose of an artwork such as telling stories or narrative, to inspire magic, to celebrate an event, to decorate, art for religious instruction and worship, to imitate nature, for personal pleasure or art for art’s sake such as exploring the emotional effects of the elements or developing visual effects with media or technology.
g) means the sequence of action, the steps taken when making an art work usually involving developing ideas by experimentation, exploring different ways of solving problems, manipulating these ideas and appropriate media by evaluating success and resolving the work for presentation
h) is where the artist uses TECHNOLOGY that allows more than one work to be produced
Key: 1 e, 2 d, 3 a, 4 h, 5 c, 6 g, 7 b, 8 f.
Do ex. 4, p. 165.
From the text in ex. 4, p. 165 write out all the word which are connected with painting and which would be useful for describing other paintings.
Listen to the dialogue and do the task.
AT A FLEA-MARKET
Vendor. Hello, Madam, What can I do for you today?
Customer (picking up a beautiful hand, painted plate). This is quite lovely. Where was it made?
Vendor. Oh, I see you have excellent taste. It’s local pottery. It was painted by a local artist.
Customer. It’s really something... do you have anything else by this artist?
Vendor. Well, I’m not really sure who exactly painted which pieces of pottery, but here are some similar pieces.
Customer. No, they’re really not the same.
Vendor. Well, how about these here? I had them brought in just this morning.
Customer. Yes, those are quite nice. What about the prices?
Vendor. Obviously, it depends on what you would like to buy. That plate that you were first looking at costs $50.
Customer. $50! That’s quite expensive. I can’t afford that.
Vendor. These are hand painted pieces, that kind doesn’t come cheaply.
Customer. Yes, I understand that. But I really think that $50 is just too much.
Vendor. Listen, I can see that you are in love with that plate. Let’s just make it $45. I’d really like you to take that home with you.
Customer. How about $35.1 really can’t go any higher than that.
Vendоr. I really can’t, I mean that would be selling at cost.
Customer. Well, $38 is absolutely the most I can spend.
Vendor. All right. I really shouldn’t. The artist is going to have me put out of business for selling his wares at such low prices.
Customer. Come, come. Let’s not exaggerate.
Vendor. You’re a clever one, aren’t you?
Customer. I’m just someone who pays close attention to what I spend.
Vendor. There’s no shame in that. Here you are.
Customer. Thank you very much.
Vendor. Thank you, have a pleasant day.
1) What’s the customer interested in?
a) Some local pottery
b) Some hand-painted cups
c) Some handmade clothes
2) What’s special about the items?
a) They’re handicraft work
b) They’re produced in Germany
c) They’re porcelain.
3) Which price do they settle on?
4) What does the vendor say the artist is going to do?
a) Put him out of business
b) Give him a raise
c) Provide a refund
5) Why does the customer demand a lower price?
a) The customer is very poor
b) The customer pays close attention to what he spends.
c) The customer claims the plates are made in a factory.
Key: 1 a, 2 a, 3 c, 4 a, 5 b.
What would life be like without art?
Do ex. 5, p. 168.