Історичні відомості про кіно та театри


II Семестр

ТЕМА “МИСТЕЦТВО ТЕАТРУ ТА КІНО”

УРОК 67

Тема. Історичні відомості про кіно та театри

Мета:

– вдосконалювати навички читання та усного мовлення, вживання ЛО у граматичній структурі Present Simple;

– розвивати комунікативні здібності учнів;

– сприяти розвитку самостійного мислення, вміння робити висновки, узагальнення.

ХІД УРОКУ

I. Організація класу. Привітання

II. Підготовка до іноземного мовлення

Фонетична й мовленнєва зарядка.

III. Основна частина уроку

А) Перевірка виконання домашнього завдання. “Drama studio at school”

B) “Culture Club” p. 111 – read, discuss and suggest your own titles to each part of the information.

Japanese doll theater

Puppet controllers

How the Japanese puppets book like

The popularity of pantomime in Europe

Wonderful pantomime performances

The main characters of European pantomime

Broadway professional theaters

The most popular professional theaters in the USA.

C) Handouts. “Hollywood Fights Back “

1) A Golden Age

In 1932 Technicolor arrived. Coming only 5 years after the sound revolution it made cinema more popular than ever. So popular, in fact, that the next 20 years are often called Hollywood’s

“golden age”. In the ‘30s and ‘40s millions queued up every week to see films produced by the top studios: RKO, Paramount, Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM).

MGM’s motto was “more stars than there are in heaven”. This referred to the “family” of film stars who had contracts with the studio. In those days actors only worked for one company. In fact, competition was an important part of Hollywood’s success. The reason was impel. Each studio wanted to make bigger, better films than its rivals. After 1948, though, movie tycoons began to face another kind of competition. And this time it wasn’t from inside of film industry – it was from outside.

2) Television

America’s TV revolution began in the years following WWII. At first Hollywood didn’t worry about? But as more and more people bought TV sets, cinema queues began to get shorter. And not just 5% or 10% shorter. By the early 1950s, weekly audiences had been cut in half to 50 million. Cleary the movie industry had a serious problem on its hands.

Studio bosses tried to solve the problem in several different ways. The Hollywood studios competed with TV by mating movies bigger, better and more realistic. But what really saved the cinema industry was not a technical development at all – it was another 1950s invention… teenagers!

Movies and youth culture discovered each other with two key films – “Rebel Without a Cause” (1955) and “Rock Around the Clock (1956), starring James Dean and Bill Haley. For Hollywood it was a turning point. Before then, the average cinema-goer had been over 30. Suddenly, all that began to change. Today 75 % of all box-office tickets are sold to people between the ages of 15 and 25.

IV. Завершальна частина уроку

Домашнє завдання

Написати кілька фактів з історії розвитку кіномистецтва.

Підсумки уроку

Учитель підбиває підсумки уроку та оцінює роботу учнів.



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