Урок английского языка в 10 классе (профиль иностранная филология)
Тема урока: Живопись: жанры, стили, картинные галереи Форма
урока: заседание художественной студии Цели урока:
Обучающая – развивать речевые компетентности обучающихся
по предложенной теме; тенировать умения вести полилог, реагировать на реплики собеседника;
практиковать в аудировании аутентичной речи носителей языка с целью получения информации;
находить и использовать информацию на англоязычных сайтах Развивающая
– развивать логическое мышление обучающихся, расширять кругозор, знания о живописи,
жанрах, стилях, картинных галереях , учить использовать метапредметные связи
Воспитательная – воспитывать эстетический вкус, прививать
любовь к искусству, умение слушать собеседника Оборудование: учебные
пособия, компьютер, медиапроектор, интерактивная доска, презентация, раздаточный
материал, рисунки детей Ход урока 1.Начало урока, введение в иноязычную
среду. Good morning everybody! Dear boys and girls, today we’ll continue discussing
the topic concerning art. We have already done a certain number of exercises and
drills, read various articles and stories on the topic under discussion and come
to conclusion that nobody can imagine his or her life without art no matter what
form it is, either painting or music, sculpture or movies. Do you remember what
great Picasso said about the role of art in everyday life? (”Art washes away from
the soul the dust of everyday life”) I’m sure you do. (slide 2 ) Do you remember
any other quotes about art?
- A man paints with his brains and not with his hands (Michelangelo)
- Art is the only way to run away without leaving home (Twyla Tharp)
- Life is short but art is eternal
- Постановка проблемы (творческий разогрев )
So today we’ll conduct our lesson as the sitting of art studio and while exchanging
our ideas we’ll widen our outlook and enrich our knowledge of fine arts. During
our sitting you should respond three questions: What to depict, how to make
it and where to exhibit the pieces of art? ( slide 3 ) Besides, we’ll get
to know some more interesting facts about genres and styles of painting, make a
virtual trip to Tate Modern in London.
- Речевая разминка
So we start with defining genres of painting. I suggest you to take pieces of paper
with the name of a painting genre and its definition. Your task is to walk
around and find a match. (The chat is cut in clues.)
|History painting||A genre in painting defined by its subject matter rather
than artistic style, including the moral figures both mythological and real-life
|Portrait painting||A genre used to depict people’s facial expressions and their
character, an artistic representation of a person
|Genre painting||A painting of scenes from everyday life of ordinary people
in work or recreation depicted in a generally realistic manner
|Landscape||An artistic genre is loved and admired by both the communities
of artists and art appreciators. It also happens to be one of the top selling
subjects of painting which draws the viewers’ attention to the beauty of
nature in all its cases
|Still life||A work of art depicting mostly inanimate subject matter
typically commonplace objects which may either be natural (food, flowers,
dead animals, plants, shells, etc) or man-made (glasses, books, vases, jewelry,
coins, pipes, etc ). It is sometimes used to express the artist’s philosophical
ideas about life.
- Содержательная часть. Развитие речевых компетентностей
Actually when artists create their works they follow various art movements and styles.
Let’s share your ideas as for the most remarkable trends discovered by you at your
Literature, History and Art Culture lessons and see how they have been changing
over time. What would we start with? No doubt it would be classicism, wouldn’t it?
( students present short pieces of information prepared at home) S1 – Certainly,
we start with classicism which appeared in Europe in the 18th century.
It is said classical works of art are connected with or influenced by the art of
ancient tendencies of Greece and Rome. If you look at some paintings of that period
you’ll see that they possess such qualities as balance, regularity and simplicity
of form. They follow ancient models and don’t give way to any feelings S2 – Well,
it’s true. Nevertheless in the late 18th and early 19th centuries
there appeared a group of artists who followed their feelings and emotions rather
than logical thought of reason. They preferred wild, natural beauty to things made
by man. Therefore in all their canvases artists emphasized the importance of emotion
and imagination. So it was the change from the style of classicism to romanticism.
In my opinion it was closer to many people. S3 – Perhaps, you are right. But at
the end of the 19th century romanticism was followed by realism. As you
know, realistic artists accepted life and its problems in a practical way without
any false ideas, illusions and emotions. Their works of art displayed life and its
challenges as they were in real, as lots of people saw them. I can’t help saying
the followers of that style and their paintings were popular with the admirers of
art. S4 – I have no any objection. As the matter of fact the 19th century
had much to offer. However, the 20th century is rich in art movements.
There appeared such styles of art as impressionism, cubism, surrealism and lots
of others. In their paintings artists showed people and objects the way they felt.
Surrealists used strange unreal images which hardly could be seen in real life,
cubists broke things up into geometric shapes, abstractionists represented different
arrangements of shapes and coloures. S5 – As for me I’d like to stick to impressionism
as it is closer to mind and my soul. It was originated in France in the 1860s. The
painters demonstrated the visual impression of the moment with the help of light
and colour. They denied both academic style and the emotional concerns of romanticism
and their interest in representation was influenced by early photography. The fact
is firstly they were met with scorn but soon they became much appreciated by art
admirers. Thanks a lot for your work. Now look at the board and define the genres
and styles of the masterpieces presented. What styles of having been discussed are
presented in these canvases? (slide 4 ) So we have answered the second question
of our discussion – how to depict, what tendency to follow.
- Развитие аудитивных навыков с опорой на видеоряд
Pre-listening activity While touching upon the fine arts
we can’t but mention the storehouses of these treasures – art galleries and art
museums. There are a great number of them throughout the world. Can you recall any?
SS 1,2 — Naturally, Louvre in Paris, the British Museum in London, the Hermitage
in St. Petersburg, Metropolitan Museum in New York (slide 6) Listening
activity But today we are going to explore one more fascinating place
in the British capital. It’s Tate Modern. Have you heard of it? I hope you do. So
now we are making a virtual tour around this place (slide 7) We’ll watch a short
piece of Tate Modern Museum: Weekend in London( YouTube
it for the second time you’ll complete the statements in the handouts.
Watch and listen and complete the statements.
- At the beginning of the Millenium Bridge one can see ________________.
- The Tate Modern is located opposite _______________ across___________.
- The gallery is housed in the building that once was called _______________
which was closed in __________.
- In ______ the closed Power Plant was transformed into _________________.
- The gallery contains pieces of art from ___________ up to ______________.
- The Tate Modern exhibits the collections of modern and ______________ art.
- The entrance to the gallery is ____________.
- The gallery presents the masterpieces of lots of distinguished artists among
them are _______________________________________________________.
- ________ million people visit the Tate Modern Museum annually.
Meanwhile two of you will enter the official site of the Tate Modern and inform
us what is on there nowadays
, what working hours are and choose the most attractive exhibition to visit.
After-listening activity Let’s discuss what we have just
seen, listen to our experts and decide what would you like to visit. So we have
responded the last question – where to see the best works of art.
- Презентация проекта
The matter is we shouldn’t sometimes travel overseas to delight the fine arts. Very
often it’s so close. You know your classmate is keen on painting and now she will
present a small part of her paintings. Listen to her and be ready to ask her anything
you like about her hobby.
Students’ questions to the speaker:
- When did you start painting?
- Who taught you to paint?
- Does it take you long to finish your painting?
- Which of your works do you like best?
- Who or what inspires you to create your pictures?
- Aren’t you going to connect your future with fine arts and painting?
Thanks a lot. We appreciate your work greatly and wish all your dreams and intentions
come true. Perhaps one day we’ll hear of you as a great master and queue long hours
to see your works.
The sitting of our art studio is finished. In one sentence express your impression