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Підтема: Театр. Відомий драматург світу В. Шекспір
The structure of the lesson
Do you know any Shakespeare’s quotation?
Now read the following quotations and find its equivalents.
2.The main part of the lesson
During the lesson you will learn new words concerning the topic, practice monologue and dialogue speech, listening.
At first open your exercise-books and write down the date, the topic of our lesson and the quotation you like the best.
T: And now let’s get acquainted with the new words .The pictures will help you with translation.
puppet theatres, stage ,hall, curtain, orchestra, actors, actresses, public, hall, dress circle, boxes , gallery, box-office.
Make up dialogues in pairs, be ready to dramatize them. Use the new words.
Read the text inserting the missing words from your new vocabulary list.
At the Theatre
The 20th century brought great changes into the theatre. Cinema, radio, television, and internet took a leading part in all this changes. But still there a hundreds of ________________(лялькові театри), philharmonics, opera houses.
In our town we have a drama ___________(театр) named after ___________________-famous actor, stage manager, teacher of the theatre business.
A theatre consists of two parts: the____________ (сцена) and the ______ (зал). They are separated by a __________(завіса) and the ________ (оркестр). ________ (актори) and ________ (актриси) perform on the stage and ___________(глядачі) occupies the hall, the__________ (бельетаж), the _______(ложа) and the________- (гальорка). Before going to the theatre you should book a ticket at a________ (театральна каса). Then you take your seat and may enjoy the play.
Match the sentences
Listening. Project activity.
Teacher: English literature is rich in talented playwrights, but the most famous name is William Shakespeare.
1. Listen to the presentation of your classmates and complete the sentences choosing the proper answer.
Instruction: listen to the presentation and complete the sentences choosing the proper answer.
William Shakespeare was born in April 1564 in ________________, a small English town. He studied at __________________ because his father wanted his son to be an educated person. Being a child he spent much time in the forest____________________.
near the river Avon
local grammar school
William Shakespeare lived in Stratford until he was_________________. When he was nineteen, William married _________________, a farmer’s daughter. Anne was seven years older than William. Shakespeare had ___________children: Susannah, the eldest, then twins-a son Hamnet, and another girl, Judith. In 1587 Shakespeare went to work in London, leaving Ann and the children at home.
Some years later Shakespeare began _________________. He was a very good actor and an excellent playwright. His famous works are “King Lear”, _____________ ,“The Twelfth Night” and many others. By the end of the 16th century William Shakespeare and his friends built _______________________ – the Globe. In 1613 the globe burnt to the ground. It was rebuilt in 1614.
their own theatre
to write plays
“Othello”, “Romeo and Juliet”
By 1603 William Shakespeare was the leading __________________ of his time. His last work is believed to be ___________________. In ______________________ and went to live in Stratford-on-Avon. It is believed that there is no direct descendant of William Shakespeare, but his name and his works are immortal.
1614 he finally stopped writing
poet and dramatist
2. When was your last visit to the theater? Listen to the extract of the dialog from the play “Romeo and Juliet” and say who said the words? (Role play)
One more Shakespeare’s famous quotation we have not mentioned today is
All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players.
The home task for the next lesson: to learn the new words, to retell the text “at the theatre”.
Your marks for the lesson …
Try to find the words associated with the theatre in the puzzle below.
There are ten words to find. Words can be written horizontally(),
vertically () or diagonally ()