Абдулхаликова Елена Владимировна
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30.12.2014
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Михайлова Наталья Сергеевна, преподаватель английского языка Реставрационно-Художественного колледжа, Санкт-Петербург, Россия

Презентация к уроку английского языка

2 курс Pеставрационно-Художественный колледж

Урок-экскурсия

Тема урока: Экскурсия в музей колледжа

      Задачи урока:

  1.       Познавательный аспект - знакомство с музеем, с его экспонатами, профессиями в колледже
  2.       Развивающий аспект – развитие познавательного интереса учащихся, умение выразить свое восприятие и мнение о художественных произведениях.
  3.       Воспитательный аспект – воспитание чувства гордости за свой колледж, выбранную профессию, воспитание чувства прекрасного, уважение к работам выпускников колледжа.
  4.       Учебный аспект – формирование грамматических навыков, навыков чтения и говорения.
  5.       Речевойматериал: workshop, oil paints, water-colours, brush, scissors, roller, pattern, oil painting, ornamental painting, drawing, imitation of silk painting, imitation of wood painting, wooden mallet, axe, chisel, wood carver, cabinet maker, interior, parquet fitter, stucco moulding, modeler.

 

  1.                      Introduction

Teacher: Hello, my dear friends! I am glad to see you. How are you?

There are many museums in St. Petersburg. Of course you have already visited many of them. But our Restoration College has its own Art Museum. We are proud of it. Today we’ll have a very interesting excursion. We are going to speak about your future professions in our Art Museum. We have guests – the schoolchildren who came to visit our college and museum, to learn more about the profession of restorer.

 

  1.                    Learning new words

        Teacher: Your home task was translation of the names of professions that are in our college:

                     Художник – a painter      

                     Резчикподереву – a wood-carver

                     Столяр-краснодеревщик – a cabinet-maker

                     Лепщик – a modeler

      Реставратор – a restorer

      Резчикпокамню – a stone-carver

                     The other professions:

                     Паркетчик – a parquet fitter

                     Скульптор – a sculptor

 

        Now name the tools and materials these workers use:

                        Малярнаякисть – a paint brush

                        Малярныйвалик – a paint roller

                        Киянка – a wooden mallet

                        Топор – an axe

                        Стамеска – a wood chisel

                        Молоток – a hammer

                        Ножницы – scissors

                        Акварель – water colours

                        Масляныекраски –  oil paints

                        Глина – clay

                        Воск -  a wax

                        Цемент – a cement

      Please, make up the sentences with these words. (The students are telling their sentences)

 

  1.                 Presentation about college

            That’s good. Let’s see the presentation about the college.

Student: Our College was founded in 1944 for young people to be taught different professions. In 1974 they began to receive secondary education. Now the students can get different professions: a profession of painter, modeler, a stone-carver and wood-carver. We have large workshops, classrooms and beautiful concert hall.

  1.                 Teacher: And now let’s speak about the museum.

There are 5 halls in our museum. The first hall tells us about the history of the college. The second hall has the collection of wood works. In the third hall the works of decorative and applied art are represented. The fourth hall has the exhibition of stone and stucco articles. In the fifth hall you can see the interior of the study at the end of the XIXth century.

      Student: Besides the following exhibitions are held in the museum: “Painting on glass”, “Handicraft”, “Stone items”, “Stucco work” and “Wood carving”.

         

    Schoolboy: Look at these pictures! How beautiful they are! They are like in the Hermitage.

    Student: All of them are executed by the students of our college. Painting offers students a           wide choice of materials, such as oil paints or water colours. We work under the guidance of the experienced masters who are good hands at that. The students practice in their workshops. Painters are taught to perform stained glass windows, monochrome and ornamental painting. The students also carry grisaille technique, sketches on silk and imitation of wood and stone painting.

    Schoolchildren: What tools do they use?

    Student: They use rollers, brushes, to make a pattern students use scissors. I’d like to add - the exhibitions of best paintings are regularly held in the college.

    Student: Moreover, much restoration work was being carried out in the museum by the students.

    Teacher: In the second room one can see a remarkable carved chest of drawers.

 

The students worked in the Hermitage and studied the furniture of Russian and Western European masters. They took photos, made drawings.

Student: Pay attention to these beautiful tables and chairs! Such pieces of furniture are done by wood-carvers who showed tremendous creative imagination in their designs. Each of them gave the material his own original style.

Look here! There is many coloured parquet floor and the ornament is very original.

Among numerous exhibits is a wooden bureau. It is made of different kinds of wood. On the table there is a mirror in a carved frame.

Teacher: No doubt that carvers, painters and parquet fitters created a wonderful symphony of interior décor.

Student: By the way, pay attention to this stucco moulding decorations. It’s a plaster moulding made mostly from cement, sand and lime, applied while soft to cover exterior walls or surfaces. It’s a work of the students. Many of them took part in the restoration of the palaces and churches of St. Petersburg. For example: The Sinagoga Church, the Grand Palace of Petrodvorets and the Church of Christ’s Resurrection.

Teacher: The small hall of the museum abounds with different vases carved in stone. Do you know what material are they made of?

Student: They are made of gypsum and marble. Stone has been used for carving since ancient times for many reasons. Stone is more durable than wood and carvings in stone last much longer than wooden artifacts. Stone comes in many varieties and artists have abundant choices in colour and quality.

                                                                             

 

Student: Here is a beautiful collection of sculptures! The authors of these works study in our college.

Teacher: Do you want to know how they begin to work with stone?

The process starts with the selection of a stone for carving. The sculptor may begin by forming a model in clay or wax, sketching the form of the statue on paper or drawing a general outline of the statue on the stone itself.

Student: As for us students the exhibition displays in the museum are very enriching.

 

 

  1.                   You see different items of furniture in this museum, the works of cabinet-makers. Now the task is the following. Find 10 words about furniture:

 

 

 

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  1.                 Listening the text

The Renaissance artist Michelangelo claimed that his job was to free the human form trapped inside the block.  Listen to the text about Michelangelo. Work in pairs. Decide whether the statements are true or false. Correct the false statements.

  1.       Michelangelo was an Italian poet and actor.
  2.       He was a talented man in many areas.
  3.       Michelangelo was not very busy, creating a great number of artworks.
  4.       His two marble statues are among the most famous that have ever been made.
  5.       He painted huge frescos, the Sistine Chapel Ceiling and the Last Judgement.
  6.       His famous architectural work is the dome of Saint Peter’s Cathedral.
  7.       Michelangelo’s Pieta, the most popular sculpture, is now in Saint Paul’s Cathedral.

 

  1.               Conclusion

Thank you for your work. You are good students. I’m sure that this excursion will be helpful in your future profession.

Your home assignment will be the following: revise the vocabulary of the theme and write about your own profession. This is your project work.

 

 

     

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