Цели урока: Познавательный аспект: 1. Познакомить учащихся с историей возникновения кинематографа 2. Познакомить с известными актёрами и с различными жанрами кино. Развивающий аспект: 1. Развивать способность к анализу, синтезу, классификации и систематизации, способность осуществлять продуктивные и репродуктивные речевые действия. 2. Развивать воображение. 3. Развивать дедуктивное мышление. Воспитательный аспект: 1. Воспитывать потребность в приобщении к мировой культуре. 2. Воспитывать толерантное отношение к мнению других людей. Учебный аспект: 1. Развивать лексические и грамматические навыки говорения и аудирования с целью извлечения конкретной информации. Сопутствующая задача: Предварительный скрытый контроль уровня развития речевого умения. Оснащение к уроку: 1. Учебник английского языка для 9 класса общеобразовательной школы под редакцией Аяповой Т. и др. 2. Звукозаписи песен из популярных кинофильмов. 3. Кадры из популярных кинофильмов 4. Фотографии популярных советских кинорежиссёров. 5. Карточки А) “Профессии кино” (Movie Talk); Б) “Жанры кино” (Film Genres); Г) “Знаменитые актёры” (Actors). 6. Раздаточный материал “Cinematography ”. Ход урока I. Hello boys! Hello girls! Hello to everybody and all! Nice to see you here. My name is Nina Vladimirovna and I will be your English teacher today, O.K.? We begin our lesson from a riddle. II. Warm up Listen these expressions and say “What is the theme of our lesson?” (Movies) One of the wonders of this modern world is the art of making moving pictures. III. Yes, and where can you watch a wonderful film? Of course, at the cinema. I want to present to you some unusual cinemas IV. Speaking Now we will be dipped in the keen world of the cinema. Do you know these men? These are two French brothers, Auguste and Louis Lumiere, which gave the world’s first real cinematograph show in Paris in 1895 to an audience of 33 people. In 1894, Auguste and Louis Lumiere, heard about the kinetoscope, a machine that Thomas Edison had invented in the USA in 1889. It was a box which contained a strip of filmed photographs. The photos were moved past a light in the box, so when you looked into the box, the image scanned to move. It took more than fifteen metres of film to make a “movie” of twenty seconds. The Lumiere brothers developed this idea and built a similar machine which projected the pictures onto a screen. They called it the Cinematograph and in 1895 they showed ten films. The “moving pictures” as entertainment was born. The first film theatre was opened in 1905, in Pittsburgh, USA. The first films were silent, but in 1920s, sound was developed. Technicolor appeared in 1932. By the end of 20th century, cinema audiences had got used to even more special effects, using computer graphics and other new techniques to produce spectacular films. V. Say what film professions you know. A camera (operator) is a man who looks through the camera, and operates the equipment. An actor is a man who pretends to be another person and acts in a film. A costume (designer) is a woman who prepares costumes: dresses, suits for films. A make-up (artist) is a woman who can make a new face for an actor. A sound (mixer) is a man who operates the microphones and gets very angry with people who makes noises during the filming. A director is a man who is the boss and tells everybody what to do. A stunt (man) is a person who does all the dangerous things on the screen instead of actors. An editor is a man who chooses the best bits of the shooting film, cuts film and puts the bits together. A producer is a man who has general control of the money for a film but he doesn't direct the actors. A script (writer) is a man who writes scripts for films, shows. An actress is a woman who pretends to be another person and acts in a film.
Guess the film profession. 1. You tell the actors what to do: you are a) Director b) Producer c) Cameraman 2. Your uncle is financing the film. What is he called? a) The director b) The producer c) The bank manager 3. Your sister created the story and wrote the actors’ words. She is: a) A scriptwriter b) An editor c) A playwright 4. The person who puts all the different pieces of the film together is called: a) A cameraman b) An editor c) A scriptwriter (Key: 1 - a, 2 - b, 3 - a, 4 - b) VI. Guess the film genres given on the cards Match the genre with the description. Film genre The description a. Western 1. A film with lots of music and dance. b. Science fiction 2. A film in which unnatural and frightening things happen, such as dead people coming to life, people turning into animals, etc. c. Thriller 3. An action – packed film about cowboys, horses and gunfights. d. Comedy 4. A film about space travel or life in an imaginary future. e. Horror 5. A film made by photographing a set of drawings. f. Cartoon 6. A suspense film full of violence and crime. g. Musical 7. An amusing film with a happy ending. (Key: a. – 3, b. – 4, c. –6, d. – 7, e. – 2, f. – 5, g. – 1) VII. Everybody knows that music is an important part of almost every film. Listen to some of the soundtracks of the following films. Guess the soundtrack to each film A Real pacany B Piraty Caribian C Bumer D Forsage E Sumerki VIII. There are not any films without actors and actresses Match the picture and the actor. IX. The main figure in the film making process is a film director. Say what famous film directors you know Match the first names with the surnames of famous directors 1. Woody a. Spielberg 2. Bernardo b. Fellini 3. Steven c. Allen 4. Federico d. Polanski 5. Roman e. Tarkovsky 6. Andrei f. Bertollucci (Key: 1-c, 2-f, 3-a 4-b, 5-d, 6-e) X. Let make our own film XI. At the end “ Life – it is a movie, but what kind (comedy or drama or..) depend on you Thank you very much! Good luck!