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Paintings (HO 1)

Task 1: Famous paintings and museums

  1. Look at the list of paintings. Can you complete the names the artists who painted them?

  1. Mona Lisa - L ___ d V _

  2. The Scream - E M __

  3. Sunflowers - V V G

  4. Guernica - P P

  5. Poppies in a Field - C M

B) Where can we admire these masterpieces? Match the paintings with the museums.

  1. Mona Lisa -

a) the National Gallery in Oslo, Norway

  1. The Scream -

b) Reina Sofía Museum in MadridSpain

  1. Sunflowers -

c) the Louvre Museum in Paris, France

  1. Guernica -

d) the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France

  1. Poppies in a Field -

e) Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

C) Which painting? Write the name of the paintings from A in the correct place.

  1. Sunflowers This still life painting of flowers in a vase is one of the artist’s most

recognisable works.

  1. The enigmatic smile of this portrait has captured the imagination of the world. It has been stolen twice and now it is displayed in the Louvre, Paris.

  2. This landscape shows how the Impressionists depict the beauty and simplicity of nature.

4 life.


This is an abstract painting that symbolises the anguish and pain of modern

This monochrome painting has become a reminder of the tragedies of

war, an anti-war symbol, and an embodiment of peace. The painter is famous for his cubist style.

D) Match the underlined words in task C with the definitions.

1. Not realistic. _abstract_

2. A picture showing an expanse of scenery. _____

3. Painters who used colour to capture the feeling of a scene rather than specific details. _________________

4. Of one colour or shades of one colour

5. Picture of a person

6. A style of art that depicts objects as geometric shapes that are seen from many different angles at the same time

7. A picture of inanimate everyday objects

Task 2: Mystery painting

Listen and complete the description with the words in the box

In the foreground 1 a man standing on a bridge. He 2 he is screaming. His face is expressing surprise and fear. His mouth is open in an ‘O’ shape, his eyes are wide open and his hands are on his bald head. In the 3 , on the 4________________, 5 two people walking towards him but they don’t look worried. The sky is blood red and beneath the bridge, a blue river 6 flowing to the sea.

Video quiz questions (HO 2)

1) This man is ...

  1. a friend of Madame Tussaud's

  2. a historian

  3. a relative of Madame Tussaud's.

2) Where did Madame Tussaud move?

Fill the gap: Madame Tussaud moved to ________________________

3) What was the art which Madame Tussaud learnt?

  1. Making wax models.

  2. Making costumes.

  3. Making pastries.

4) What was Madame Tussaud interested in? (2 sentences)

Put the words in order: her.  She  Celebrities  sensationalism.  was  to  were  in  interested  interesting

5) What could Madame Tussaud watch the French Royal Family do in a certain place?

Put the words in order: Family  watch  Royal  could  dinner  French  the  Tussaud  together.  Madame  have

6) During the revolution, Madame Tussaud had to make wax models of ...

  1. the King and the Queen.

  2. victims of the guillotine.

  3. Robespierre and Danton.

7) What place were the models taken to?

  1. The Place de la Concorde in Paris.

  2. The Castle of Versailles.

  3. A cemetery.

8) How long has the Chamber of Horrors existed?

  1. Half a century.

  2. One century.

  3. One century and a half.

  4. Two centuries.

  5. Two centuries and a half.

  6. Three centuries

9) Why was the Chamber of Horrors created in Madame Tussaud's wax museum?

Put the words in order:  that  the  knew  Tussaud  macabre.  are  in  Madame  people  interested

10) Who got killed using the blade of the guillotine in Madame Tussaud's?

  1. Louis XVI

  2. The Queen of France

  3. The King's sons

  4. Robespierre

11) In what year did Madame Tussaud decide to move to England?

Answer the question using your own words

12) How many years did she travel with her "mobile" wax museum?

Answer the question using your own words

13) What happened to her once on her way to Ireland?

  1. She was attacked and stolen her figures.

  2. She became ill.

  3. Her boat sank.

14) What was the result?

Put the words in order:  lot  the  lost  objects  and  her  were  of  figures  in  A  shipwreck.

15) What was the problem of having a travelling museum?

  1. She had to sleep outside.

  2. She had to keep buying horses.

  3. She always needed to find places.

16) Why weren't the working conditions good in Madame Tussaud's time?

  1. She couldn't see as clearly.

  2. The materials were not as good.

17) What did Madame Tussaud do when someone was no longer famous?

  1. She sent the figure to that person.

  2. She threw the figure away.

  3. She replaced the head.

18) What did Madame Tussaud do, which they still do at the museum?

Put the words in order:  changed  the  figures  according  place  to  of  She  events  her  of  the  time.

19) Where was a site purchased for the museum?

  1. Trafalgar Square

  2. Piccadilly Circus

  3. Baker Street

20) Has the location of the museum changed since that time?

  1. Yes.

  2. No.

21) What was innovative about some of Madame Tussaud's wax models?

Put the words in order: with  breathed.  made  look  They  them  as  they  that  equipped  though  a  were  device

22) How did Madame Tussaud advertise her museum? (More than one good answer)

  1. She used billboards.

  2. She used leaflets.

  3. She used the Internet.

  4. She called people on the telephone.

  5. She used signs on buses.

23) How would Madame Tussaud feel about the exhibition today?

  1. Shocked.

  2. Pleased.

  3. Sad

  4. Proud

План-конспект заняття

Навчальна дисципліна: «Англійська мова»

Вид заняття: Практичне заняття.

Тема заняття: «Художні музеї світу».

Мета заняття:

  • Навчальна ввести та активізувати у мовленні лексику з теми, розвивати вміння робити логічно оформлені лексико-граматичні висловлювання про шедеври живопису, художні музеї світу, практикувати студентів у детальному та оглядовому аудіюванні за темою, у діалогічному мовленні; повторити у вправах граматичний матеріал «Альтернативні питання» .

  • Розвиваюча – розвивати у студентів вміння спілкуватися з теми, розвивати пам'ять, логічне мислення і кмітливість, кругозір.

  • Виховна – виховувати смак та естетичні вподобання студентів.

Тип заняття: практичне заняття.

Міжпредметні звязки: мистецтвознавство, культурологія, живопис.

Забезпечення заняття:

Матеріально-технічне забезпечення, дидактичні засоби, ТЗН:

  • навчальні відео з завданнями;

  • роздруковані матеріали (тексти для читання і обговорення, вправи);

  • роздруковані матеріали теоретичного навантаження;

  • картки, таблиці;

  • малюнки, плакати.

Основна література:

  1. www.teachingenglish.org.uk

  2. https://en.islcollective.com/video-lessons/who-are-you-madame-tussaud

  3. https://theteacherjames.com/2012/06/14/silent-movies-2-the-sequel/

  4. Гужва Т.М. Англійські розмовні теми:67 тем: Навч. посіб. для студентів фак. інозем. мов. – Харків: Фоліо, 2005. – 191с.

Додаткова література:

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org

  2. https://www.youtube.com

  3. Верба Г.В., Верба Г.Г., Верба Л.Г. Довідник з граматики англійської мови: Навч. посібник. – К.: Освіта, 2001. – 414с.

Зміст і хід заняття

І. Підготовчий етап.

  • Організаційний момент.

Т: What are the best five paintings in the world? Have you ever been to a museum or a picture gallery? Today we are going to visit some.

In this lesson students read about well-known paintings and look at art vocabulary.

ІІ. Основний етап.

  • Контроль домашнього завдання.

Check student’s home tasks in their copy-books.

  • Lead in

Ask students if they know any famous paintings? What do they think is the most famous painting in the world? If you have online facilities you could show this short YouTube video of the top 10 most expensive paintings.

  • «Famous paintings and museums» (HO)

  • Hand out Task 1.

Students identify the artists in exercise A in pairs or as a class depending on your students’ art history knowledge.

• Tell the students that the pictures in exercise A are the best five paintings in the world according to a website found through Google. Ask if they have seen any of these paintings. In a gallery, on a poster, postcards…? Which do they like or dislike?

  • Where can we admire these masterpieces? Match the paintings in exercise B with the museums.

• Students should be able to do exercise C without seeing the paintings. You can find all the paintings on Wikipedia to show in class if you like: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

• Students do exercise D individually then compare answers in pairs. Use dictionaries, if available, to check answers.

Answers Task 1:

A: 1 Leonardo da Vinci, 2 Edvard Munch, 3 Vincent Van Gogh, 4 Pablo

Picasso, 5 Claude Monet

B: 1C, 2A, 3E, 4B, 5D

C: 2 Mona Lisa, 3 Poppies in a Field, 4 The Scream, 5 Guernica

D: 2 landscape, 3 Impressionists, 4 monochrome, 5 portrait, 6 cubist, 7 still life

  • Mystery painting

  • Hand out Task 2.

a) Read the complete description to the class. Can the students say which painting from task one is described? (The Scream).

Students listen again and complete the text with the correct words and phrases. If you want to show the painting in class you’ll find it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Scream

Answers Task 2:

1 there is, 2 looks like, 3 background, 4 left-hand side, 5 there are, 6 seems to be

b) Based on the classic painting by Munch, the Scream tries to explain what the painting is all about in a not entirely serious way.

Idea: Find other famous paintings and ask the students to imagine what was happening before and after the scene in the painting was captured. https://www.youtube.com (The Scream – a movie by Sebastian Cosor)

  • Практикування студентів в аудіюванні за темою заняття. «History of Madame Tussauds» (www.youtube.com)

Video quiz questions (answers):

1 C,

2 Paris,

3 A,

4 She was interested in sensationalism. Celebrities were interesting to her.

5 Madame Tussaud could watch the French Royal Family have dinner together.

6 B

7 A

8 D

9 Madame Tussaud knew that people are interested in the macabre.

10 B

11 in the year 1802

12 for 36 years

13 C

14 A lot of her objects and figures were lost in the shipwreck.

15 C

16 A

17 C

18 She changed the place of figures according to the events of her time.

19 C

20 B

21 They were equipped with a device that made them look as though they breathed.

22 A, B, E

23 B

  • Практикування студентів у діалогічному висловлюванні за темою заняття. Створення ситуації спілкування.

Т: Now let us go to a picture gallery. There is no such a gallery in real life. It will be in our imagination. You will find all your favourite pictures in it. We are entering the gallery and see some sings.

Read and act the dialogues. Make up the dialogues based on the models using as many words as possible dealing with the topics "Paintings and Painters. Art Museums".


S.: Do you like this painting, Mr. Glyn?

G.: Very much.

S.: You don't find it obscure and unintelligible.

G.: Not at all.

S.: Then be so good as to tell me what these innumerable black tongue-lickings in the lower part of the picture represent.

G.: Those are people walking about.

S. : Do I look like that when I walk along Piccadilly?

G.: Perhaps not. These people are younger than you.

S.: Indeed. Thank you for reminding me of my antiquity. Then what is this conveyance in the left foreground?

G.: That obviously is a coster's donkey and barrow.

W.: Impossible. Never saw such an animal. Its pasterns are all wrong.

G.: It is certainly not a coloured photograph, if that is your taste. But it conveys its meaning absolutely, and with great feeling.

W.: By out-of-line drawing?

G.: Executed "deliberately and with infinite skill. Isn't that better than the servile rendering of nature which so many of us repeat year after year?

S.: I will not be persuaded to renounce the grammar of design which has been accepted since Giotto.

G.: Surely that is a reactionary view. When someone gets away from the commonplace you condemn him.

S.: I certainly condemn this. There is not one simple, honest presentation of the natural human form in it. This is not a picture, it is a mere spattering of colours.

G.: Nevertheless, it is art.

S.: I don't know anything about art. But I know what I like. Blood and thunder, we are not here to be made a mock of or to allow some artistic adventurer to throw a pot of paint in the public's face. No normal Britisher would be attracted to this picture.

(from A.J. Cronin, "Crusader's Tomb")

  • Discussing. Узагальнення граматичного матеріалу "Альтернативні питання".

Revising grammar.

Пoвтopeння правил утворення питальних речень за таблицею "Альтернативні питання".

ІІІ. Заключний етап.

  • Домашнє завдання.

Read and translate the text “British Museum”.

  • Підведення підсумків.

Т: Do you remember our game "Memory Picture"? Here is your task: imagine that you are a painter. What picture would you like to paint? Describe it.

Оцінювання роботи на занятті.

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