Цілі: вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення й читання; розвивати культуру спілкування й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; виховувати естетичний смак і загальну культуру учнів.
1) What was the last movie you saw?
2) Was it good?
3) Who did you see it with?
4) What’s the best movie you’ve ever seen?
Do ex. 1, p. 180.
3. Vocabulary practice
Study the meaning of the following words and then fill in the gaps.
Something which is done in a different way, not done in the normal way
Extremely artistic, overly artistic, too artistic
which entertains; amusing and interesting
Something which is very funny; something which makes you laugh
1) containing strong emotions or feelings 2) extreme
Relaxing, amusing, not too intense, opposite of “intense”
Something which is usual, or commonly done, usually high-budget, popular, and made for entertainment. “Mainstream” is the opposite of “>
1) not deep or profound; lacking real content 2) only on the surface
Something which makes you keep guessing or makes you question how something will end
Something which makes you think used to describe many different things, such as movies, books, conversations, ideas, issues, etc.
Christine. What did you think of the movie?
Did you like it?
Sarah. Not really, it was a little too… for me. It seemed like the director was trying so hard to impress us with strange close-ups and avant-garde dialogue that he forgot to include a story. I thought it was really boring.
Christine. I thought the movie was really… . I love it when a movie makes you think. It’s a nice change from the… dialogue and two-dimensional characters you usually see in films these days.
Sarah. I don’t really care for… films. They are so dark and depressing. The characters are always so… . Why does a movie have to be sad to be deep?
Christine. Yeah, I know what you mean, but… cinema is nothing but gunfights and exploding cars. I get so sick of movies like that. I prefer movies with substance.
Sarah. But sometimes, you don’t want to think; sometimes, you just want a… movie. Like that comedy with Billy Crystal – that was so… . I laughed so hard that I cried.
Christine. Movies have to be more than… to me.
Sarah. Did you see that new mystery movie with Nicole Kidman that came out last month? That was so… . I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.
Christine. I loved that movie. The plot was great, and the acting was incredible. I wouldn’t be surprised if it were nominated for an Academy Award.
Sarah. Well, at least we agree on something. I guess we’ll have to stick to mysteries in the future.
4.Reading and speaking
Do ex. 2, p. 180.
5. Listening and speaking
Listen to the text and say:
1) What is it about?
2) What kind of writing is it, in your opinion?
3) Would you like to study there? Why?
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2) Is there a movie you could watch over and over again?
Ex. 2, p. 180.