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                          Конспект уроку з теми  "Art"

 Objectives:

  • to enrich students' vocabulary on the topic "The World of Painting";
  • to develop students' reading, listening and speaking skills;
  • to provide students with additional information about famous  painters;
  • to consolidate the knowledge used in History and Arts lessons.

PROCEDURE

1. INTRODUCTION. WARM UP

T: Dear friends, today we'll continue to study the topic Painting".

The quotes describe the impor­tance of the whole process for a person called painter.

These quotes reflect the painter's energy. It includes labour, material and equipment; drying and protection of the painted surfaces and property.

Do you know any painting quotes or proverbs?

(Students read the quotes)

  • "Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures."

Henry Ward Beecher

  • "A man paints with his brains and not with his hands."           Michelangelo Buonarroti
  • "Painting is just another way of keeping a diary."                 Pablo Picasso
  • "Painting is silent poetry; and poetry is painting with the gift of speech."      Simonides
  • "Every time I paint a portrait I lose a friend."      John Singer Sargent
  • "The painting has a life of its own. I try to let it come through."  Jackson Pollock
  • "There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence transform a yellow spot into the sun."    Pablo Picasso
  • "A  picture is a poem without words."           Confucius

II. MAIN PART

  1. CHECKING THE HOMEWORK.

Students comment on their presentations on their favourite painters.

    II READING

Pupils read Ex.4 p.183

III READING+SPEAKING (HO). PAIR-WORK. 

Arrange the following sentences into two jokes. Then act them out.

“Oh!” she says, “It is so beautiful, I'm so honored. I will cherish this forever! Now what do I owe you?”

It’s a masterpiece, said the visitor, hoping to cheer him up.

Picasso pulls out a sheet of paper and a pencil, and in a few moments, she has her portrait.

Impossible, replied Picasso. I can’t find it.

“Oh, Monsieur Picasso! I'm such a huge fan of your work. I want you might make a portrait of me.

No, the nose is all wrong, Picasso said.

“No, madam, it took me my entire life.

Then why not alter the nose?

A woman is walking through the streets of Paris when she spots Picasso sitting at a cafe drinking coffee.

It throws the whole picture out of perspective.

“FIFTEEN THOUSAND FRANCS?!? But it only took you three minutes!” she protests.

A visitor to Picasso’s studio found the artist staring sadly at a painting on the easel.

“Fifteen thousand francs.” says the artist

The Answers:

1) A visitor to Picasso’ s studio found the artist staring sadly at a painting on the easel.

It’s a masterpiece, said the visitor, hoping to cheer him up.

No, the nose is all wrong, Picasso said. It throws the whole picture out of perspective.

Then why not alter the nose?

Impossible, replied Picasso. I can’t find it.

2)

A woman is walking through the streets of Paris when she spots Picasso sitting at a cafe drinking coffee.

“Oh, Monsieur Picasso! I'm such a huge fan of your work. I want you might make a portrait of me.

Picasso pulls out a sheet of paper and a pencil, and in a few moments, she has her portrait.

“Oh!” she says, “It is so beautiful, I'm so honored. I will cherish this forever! Now what do I owe you?”

“Fifteen thousand francs.” says the artist

“FIFTEEN THOUSAND FRANCS?!? But it only took you three minutes!” she protests.

“No, madam, it took me my entire life. 

IV. WRITING. TEAMWORK.

Write as many words on the topic as you can in your copybooks, then generate the ideas and present on the board.

III. SUMMING-UP. HOME ASSIGNMENT

T: Our lesson  is coming to an end. What did you like most of all in today's lesson?

(Students answer.)

T: I liked your work during the lesson. I think you have known a lot of interesting things.

Remember a very popular proverb "There are paint­ers who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are-others who with the help of their art and their intelligence transform a yellow spot into the sun".

I wish you to enjoy the life and its beauty. Transform a yellow spot into the sun, a green spot into the grass and a blue colour to paint the sky blue!

Your home task for the next lesson is to revise the material.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arrange the following sentences into two jokes. Then act them out.

“Oh!” she says, “It is so beautiful, I'm so honored. I will cherish this forever! Now what do I owe you?”

It’s a masterpiece, said the visitor, hoping to cheer him up.

Picasso pulls out a sheet of paper and a pencil, and in a few moments, she has her portrait.

Impossible, replied Picasso. I can’t find it.

“Oh, Monsieur Picasso! I'm such a huge fan of your work. I want you might make a portrait of me.

No, the nose is all wrong, Picasso said.

“No, madam, it took me my entire life.

Then why not alter the nose?

A woman is walking through the streets of Paris when she spots Picasso sitting at a cafe drinking coffee.

It throws the whole picture out of perspective.

“FIFTEEN THOUSAND FRANCS?!? But it only took you three minutes!” she protests.

A visitor to Picasso’s studio found the artist staring sadly at a painting on the easel.

“Fifteen thousand francs.” says the artist

Arrange the following sentences into two jokes. Then act them out.

“Oh!” she says, “It is so beautiful, I'm so honored. I will cherish this forever! Now what do I owe you?”

It’s a masterpiece, said the visitor, hoping to cheer him up.

Picasso pulls out a sheet of paper and a pencil, and in a few moments, she has her portrait.

Impossible, replied Picasso. I can’t find it.

“Oh, Monsieur Picasso! I'm such a huge fan of your work. I want you might make a portrait of me.

No, the nose is all wrong, Picasso said.

“No, madam, it took me my entire life.

Then why not alter the nose?

A woman is walking through the streets of Paris when she spots Picasso sitting at a cafe drinking coffee.

It throws the whole picture out of perspective.

“FIFTEEN THOUSAND FRANCS?!? But it only took you three minutes!” she protests.

A visitor to Picasso’s studio found the artist staring sadly at a painting on the easel.

“Fifteen thousand francs.” says the artist

 

 

 

"Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures."

Henry Ward Beecher

"A man paints with his brains and not with his hands."

Michelangelo

"Painting is just another way of keeping a diary."

Pablo Picasso

"Painting is silent poetry; and poetry is painting with the gift of speech."

Simonides 

"Every time I paint a portrait I lose a friend."

John Singer Sargent

"The painting has a life of its own. I try to let it come through."

Jackson Pollock

"A  picture is a poem without words."

Confucius

 

"There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who with the help of their art and their intelligence transform a yellow spot into the sun."

Pablo Picasso

 

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