UNIT 7. THE WORLD OF PAINTING
ARTISTIC TRADITIONS IN UKRAINE
Цілі: формувати лексичні навички й навички вимови; вдосконалювати навички читання й усного мовлення; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘painting’?
2) What do paintings mean to you?
3) Have you ever been emotionally moved because of a painting?
Do ex. 1, p. 110.
Do ex. 4, p. 110.
Match the words with their Ukrainian equivalents.
> Practise the new
Find the new words in the text and translate the sentences with them.
> Practise the new vocabulary.
Fill in the gaps with the new words (Word File p. 112)
1) So this was what ___ is like!
2) The train passes by some breathtaking ___ in the mountains.
3) She’s ___ in the kitchen.
4) The California state flag ___ a grizzly bear.
5) Thirteen people helped Michelangelo create his ___ on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
6) This work of art ___ the pink period of Picasso’s painting.
7) He would ___ more time to his hobby.
8) Mickey Mouse’s ___ was plastered on billboards all over town.
9) Some room in this palace were decorated in a Victorian ____.
10) This painting was by a chance meeting with a French beautiful girl.
11) Some young artists launched a website to ___ their ideas.
Do ex. 5, p. 112.
Describe the pictures following the steps below:
1) Pre-teach any vocabulary words that the students might need to use in order to describe their pictures.
2) Show your students a picture and explain them how to describe it, for example, “There’s a man in the picture. He’s running. It’s cold outside. It must be winter”.
3) Distribute the pictures upside down, one to each student. They should not show them anyone.
4) Explain that they have 5 min to write down as many sentences as they can to describe their picture. Monitor and help out with any language problems.
5) Collect the papers and the pictures.
6) Read the sentences out loud and the students have to guess which picture it is that is being described. Attach the pictures to the board write a corresponding number next to each picture.
7) Make sure each student has a small piece of paper to write their answers on.
8) Read the descriptions out loud, and ask the students to write down their answers.
9) Go over the answers.
10) Discuss who got the most correct, whose picture was easiest/more difficult to answer and why, etc.
Do ex. 6, p. 113.
1) Are you impressed with people who know how to paint?
2) Do you like paintings?
3) What are some famous paintings that you like? You don’t like?
Ex. 7, p. 113.
Get ready with the information for the next lesson.