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“A wealth of culture.
Art and painting”
вчителя англійської мови
Благовіщенської ЗОШ І-ІІІ ступенів
Комиш-Зорянської селищної ради
Тема Art and painting
вчити учнів розповідати та вести бесіду про визначних художників,
робити опис шедеврів живопису,
вчити детального розуміння прослуханого тексту.
розвивати здібності учнів до слухової і зорової диференціації,
висловлювати свою точку зору,
формувати мислення школярів, їхню емоційну та вольову сферу
прищеплювати любов до мистецтва.
Epigraph. To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts – such is the duty of the artist.
My dear students! I hope you are fine and ready to work.
At our English lesson we’re going to speak about art.
What is art?
One of the definitions of the word art is the study or creation of beautiful things.
Really, when something is extremely beautiful or has great cultural value, we say: “It’s art”.
- What is art for you, complete the following statement:
People like art because …
- it reflects our feelings and emotions;
- it helps us to understand the world around us better;
- it’s true and realistic to life;
- it makes us happier and helps to relax;
Read the quotations and comment on them
“A picture is a poem without words”
“Art makes the world go round”
What kinds of feelings it may be?
I think so: in his works an artist often expresses some deep feelings.
It may be joy, sorrow, fear.
It may be a love to the country or to the nature.
The arts are a kind of language often easier than spoken words.
Look at the blackboard. You see the word “painting”. What associations come across to your mind with the word “painting”? Let’s work in small groups.Look at the Word Cloud. Find the words relating to
You have to write these words on the figures.
You have got only 1 minute to do this task.
Let`s make a mind-map about genres, methods of painting and impressions
- If people want to admire a work of art what places they usually visit?
- Here you can see some photos of world famous museums and galleries. Do you know them? Match the pictures (1-5) with the letters (a-e) and say what country each of the following is situated.
1. a) Russia
The Brooklyn Museum.
2. b) England
3. c) France
The Dresden Picture Gallery.
4. d) the USA
The National British Museum.
5. e) Germany
The State Tretyakov Gallery.
Which of these places would you like to visit? Why?
As for me, I’d visit the British Museum and would be greatly impressed by various works of art.
And now I want to invite you to the National Art Gallery. I’d like you to listen to the announcers. Be attentive, listen carefully, You have to do the following task |
Fill in the sentences with the missing words
Rembrandt is now thought to be the greatest_____ painter and also one of the greatest painters of all time. His life was______. He fell from the great fame to poorness and________. Rembrandt’s final years were filled with_______. Yet everything he painted was to be his most experimental and tender________. Rembrandt lived his whole artistic life full of love and curiosity. He is known for his_________ and biblical scenes. His work is full of gold_____, fur, and fancy helmets, and elaborate_________.
It’s time to check your listening comprehension.
Start reading the text and answering the questions.
S1. The Brooklyn Museum is situated in the USA. (1-d)
S2. The Louver is situated in France. (2-c)
S3. The Dresden Picture gallery is situated in Germany. (3-e)
S4. the National British Museum is situated in England. (4-b)
S5. The State Tretyakov Gallery is situated in Russia.
( 5- a)
S1. I’d like to visit the State Tretyakov Gallery because I always admire Russian painting.
S2. I’d like to visit the Louver in Paris because I’ve never been there before.
S3. I’d like to visit the Dresden Picture Gallery and enjoy the historical City Art Collection
Rembrandt is now thought to be the greatest Dutch painter and also one of the greatest painters of all time. His life was changeable. He fell from the great fame to poorness and loneliness. Rembrandt’s final years were filled with tragedy. Yet everything he painted was to be his most experimental and tender masterpieces. Rembrandt lived his whole artistic life full of love and curiosity. He is known for his self-portraits and biblical scenes. His work is full of gold objects, fur, fancy helmets, and elaborate costumes.
Sometimes, music and painting is called an universal language. While you see a picture, music is heard in your heart and it makes you feel the joy and pride, sadness or hope.
Here is a small exhibition of different paintings. Let’s do such kind of exercise: you will listen to music and will choose a picture according to your mood. The task is to choose and to explain your choice.
When I see these pictures and listen to this classic music I feel calm and paradise. This is icon-painting.
Listening to this energetic music I imagine the sea, the strong storm/ I adore seascapes!
As far as I know, it’s a melody in “country” style” the landscape is great! I feel I should run in the meadow, pick up flowers, see a wonderful wood.
Look at the pictures of the great painters, read their titles and try to guess whose brush they belong to.
Say what do you love about these flower pieces?
“Sunflowers” by Vincent van Gogh
“ Peonies“ by Kateryna Bilokur
1)The pictures are painted in yellow and pink colors and filled with harmony, freshness and calm.
2) I think that paintings are realistic and create true to life images.
Critical thinking process
Look at the six colored hats. Each hat represents a role your mind plays in the critical thinking process.
objective information the positive outlook
logical negative arguments
feelings and emotions the thinking process creativity
Group communication activities
Our next step is work in two groups of six. Make a cooperative effort to find good, bad and interesting points about the painters and their masterpieces
Put the sentences into the correct order and tell about famous artists
Van Gogh was born in Holland in 1853. At the age of 26 he realized that painting was his true vocation. In 1886 he left for Paris. After living there for 2 years he moved to the warmer climate of Aries in the south of France. Here he painted some of his most famous pictures. He was mentally ill and eventually went into a mental hospital. He painted what he felt, he interpreted nature in his own way. He died on July, 1890 in a small village north of Paris. Today people around the world can see his paintings in the museums. The biggest Van Gogh Museum is in Holland, the country where Van Gogh was born.
Kateryna Vasylivna Bilokur was born in 1900 in Bogdanivka village in Ukraine. She received no formal education.But her desire to paint was extreme. She was often at labor all day and painted during the night until she could no longer stay awake. She tried to gain entrance to art school in the 1920, but she had no chance. She also had little opportunity to see and study the work of other artists. Bilokur painted her heart out. By the 1930s, she was be said to have become a master. Her work caught the eye of a famous Ukrainian singer, Oksana Petrusenko, who helped get her art placed in shows and galleries. Some of her works found their way to Europe.
In 1956 Katerina Bilokur was named the “People’s Artist of Ukraine”. Her image was also issued on a Ukrainian coin.
She died in 1961
What impressions do you have about two famous paintings? Say what you love about them and why?
What positive sides do these paintings show?
I think this masterpiece is great. There are many bright colours which play with imagination. The soft and delicate colours are dominated in the picture.
I enjoy viewing the paintings of old masters very much. I like it because it gives me a sense of happiness. This picture charms us with its beauty and harmony of colours and shapes.
What negative sides can you innumerate?
Though the colours are warm the painting makes me feel sad. I don’t know what you see in it.
The colours of the painting are dark and I feel confused looking at the picture. I’m not interested in such pictures.
I suggest doing some interesting work. You are to make up a “poem” (cinquain) that is to write key words according to the five points.
1 line: a word
2 line: two adjectives
3 line: three words that
4 line: sentence that
5 line: some words to
rename the topic
You are to write about
Group1 - a painting;
Group2 - a gallery;
2. Wonderful, breathtaking
3. Create, look at, enjoy
4. It’s the source of beauty for me
2. Magnificent, tremendous
3. Visit, listen to, impress
4. A place where we look at pictures
5. The process of viewing paintings
Review your friend’s thoughts
The principle devices used by Van Gogh and Bilokur here is colouring and light and shade effects. Their manners make their works very expressing and lively.
I would like to add that they are unsurpassed masterpieces to me. I recommend everybody watching these pictures.
And now let’s check your own attitude to art and paintings and define what kind of artist you are.
What letter is prevailing in your answering?
D,e,f - sketcher
C – a drawer
B – painter
A – professional artist
We have spoken about painters and paintings.
Can you say that you got interested in art?
Can you tell shortly what is painting?
Painting is a romantic perception of life and nature.
Painting is an important part of the cultural heritage.
Painting shows the face of the time.
Painting enriches our life
I suppose no one is born an art lover, but you can become one. I hope that lessons devoted to art widened your scope and enriched your knowledge and understanding of the world of beauty. The world of art will change something in your souls for the better. Remember the words of Pablo Picasso… Slide 12
I’d like to thank you for your good work at the lesson.
I give excellent marks to..., good – to …, etc.
– Your task for homework is to make a presentation about your favourite painter.
The lesson is over. See you later. Goodbye!
WHAT KIND OF ARTIST ARE YOU?
1. What is your gender?
2. If you were to create a picture would you use:
a) pens, b) pencils, c) coloring pencils, d) crayons,
e) paint, or f) oil pastels
3. What appeals to you in art?
a) people, b) cartoons, c) wildlife, d) fantasy,
e) designs, or f) all the above.
4. Do you like bright colors, dark, or both?
5.If you had to choose one thing to take to an art studio would it be coffee or chocolate?
6. Are you happy, sad, or calm when creating art?
7.Do you charge people for your art work?
8. Do you use your own ideas or world images in your art work?
My own ideas
9. Would you rather use a beach, forest, or mountain in your pictures?
10. Would you try to use food as paint?
11. When you read is it: romance, horror, fantasy, or non-fiction?
12. Do you pay attention in class?
no, they bore me
13. Do you like mystical or natural?
Mystical c) both