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II. .

1. Warming up

- Look at the colours and choose one variant of five to answer the questions bellow.

 

 

How do you feel when you see green?

a) Sad.

b) Happy.

c) Serene (calm).

d) Your variant.

e) I feel nothing.

 

 

How do you feel when you see yellow?

a) Angry.

b) Calm.

c) Mellow ( sweet and ripe) .

d) Your variant.

e) I feel nothing.

 

 

What will you do if you see orange?

a) Ill go to bed.

b) Ill have a snack.

c) Ill open the door and go out to find adventures.

d) Your variant.

e) Nothing.

 

 

What will you do if you see red in the morning?

a) Ill stay in bed.

b) Ill call my boy/girl friend.

c) Ill get up and feel active.

d) Your variant.

e) Nothing.

 

 

What do you think of teal?

a) Its lovely.

b) Its cool.

c) Its no big deal.

d) Your variant.

e) Nothing.

 

 

Who has chosen only e)? . . .I hope nobody, because colours really affect our mood. Music can also influence our emotions. Nowadays a new independent art of colour-music appeared due to combining music and colour.

Phonetic drill

- Lets sing our funny song about colours to improve our mood and pronunciation of course. Your task is to listen, sing ( the badges with harmonious colours) and say the colour that could rhyme at the end of the lines with gaps (badges with contrasting colours)


This is a test of the Color Identification System
This is only a test
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
I feel new when I see ()
I feel serene when I see ()
I stay in bed when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
I feel delight when I see ()
I feel mellow when I see ()
I have to burple when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong

At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!

 

 

I look down whe I see ( . . .)

I lose track when I see ()
I turn away when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
It's hard to think when I see ()
I feel old when I see ()
I think of Wilbur when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
I'm a fan when I see ()
I call a pilot when I see ()
It's no big deal when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
I open the door hinge
When I see orange

When I see orange
When I see orange
When I see orange
When I see orange
This has been a test of the Color

Identification System
This was only a test


 

 

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Speech drill

- Now look at the quotations of famous people and complete the table below

 

Dont pass judgement on a work of art if you dont know how to create it. - (The author unknown)

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Henry Ward Beecher (American social and political activist, XIX century)

Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen. Leonardo da Vinci

"Like emotions, colours are a reflection of life." - (The author unknown)

Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions. Pablo Picasso

About arts About painting About riticism

- What is your opinion on these quotes? (Use the phrases below)

 

As for me / As to me, ...

In my opinion, ...

To my mind, ...

From my point of view, ...

I would say that ...

It seems to me that ...

I am sure that ...

I am certain that ...

I think that ...

I consider that ...

I find that ...

I feel that ...

I believe that ...

I suppose that ...

It goes without saying that ...

 

Revision

- We are going to make up an intelligent picture description. But first lets revise the vocabulary of this theme and some helpful grammar structures: colours , lines and brushstrokes, types of picture, genres, and and styles, past participle

 

a. Colours ():

- They say, that girls can see more colours than boys, study the diagram and agree or disagree.

 

 


 

Video dictation : -Lets prove or disprove the statement -write down the names of the colours, then compare your lists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Imagine a seascape and try to choose the colours to describe it, close your eyes, listen to the music, then look at the seascape and compare. ( Pay attention to the temperature of colours: hot and cold, and the tones: the light tones are called tints and the dark tones are called shades).

 

Fine -

Layered -

Bumpy -

C. Types of picture

- Look at the list of the types of picture and try to imagine how to create them.


Painting

Oil painting

Drawing

Photograph

Mosaic

Collage

Watercolour

Fresco


- Read and complete the definitions of different types of picture, open the brackets, use the past participle, where necessary.

1. painting is a picture ____________ using paint (make, made, made)

2. oil paintingis a picture, ____________using a special type of paint ________with oil (do, did, done/ make, made, made)

3. drawing is a picture _____________ with pencils or pens (draw, drew, drawn)

4. photographer ____________ a picture using a camera (make, made, made)

5. mosaic is a picture ____________ using very small pieces of glass or stone (make, made, made)

6. collage isa picture made by sticking paper, cloth, or other pictures onto a surface (make, made, made)

7. sculptors___________ the works of art of materials such as stone, metal, or wood (make, made, made)

8. watercolour isa picture ___________using a special type of paint that is mixed with water, so the colours are pale (paint, painted, painted)

 

d. Genres:

- In order to speak about art we need some specific vocabulary. Study the word-rose.

Genre[ˈʒɑːnrə]

still life
       
   
 

 

 


landscae
genre picture

 

       
 
seascape  
 
battle piece
 

 

 


1. 2. 3.
4. 5.
   
7. 8. 9.
a) still life, b) landscape, c) seascape, d) flower piece, e) history painting, f) genre picture, g) battle piece, h) animal painting, i) portrait .

- Match the names of styles with the pictures.

 

 

e. Styles:

- Speaking about art we have to recollect the styles of art. Say what styles you know. If you dont remember some of them the exercise below can help you.

- Unscramble the words (match)

 


Lireasm

Resurlism

Presnismioex

Bicusm

Mancismroti

Ctstraab

 

Cubism

Realism

Surrealism

Romanticism

Abstract

Expressionism

 


- Guess what style it is. Consult the table below.

1. Its the art that doesnt represent recognizable objects.

2. It promotes accurate, detailed depiction of nature or contemporary life. It rejects imaginative idealization in favour of close observation.

3. Its the conception of art as imitation of nature. Its subject included landscapes, tress, houses, street scenes. The artists paid attention to effects of light and movement.

4. The key concept of this style is that essence of the object can only be shown from different points of view at once. Its works reject perspective in favour of geometric forms.

5. The art in which common objects (such as comic strips, soup cans, road signs, and hamburgers) were used as subject matter.

 

Keys:

1. Abstract

2. Realism

3. Impressionism

4. Cubism

5. Pop Art

STYLES OF ART

THE STYLES ABOUT THE STYLES THE ARTISTS
Abstract ˈæbstrækt Abstract artists felt that paintings did not have to show only things that were recognizable. In their paintings they did not try to show people, animals, or places exactly as they appeared in the real world. They mainly used colour and shape in their paintings to show emotion Pablo Picasso Henri Matisse
Cubism ˈkjuːbɪzəm Cubism is modern art made up mostly of paintings. The paintings are not supposed to look real The artist uses geometric shapes to show what he is trying to paint. Pablo Picasso Oleksander Bohomazov
Expressionism ɪkˈspreʃənɪzəm In Expressionist Art, the artist tries to express certain feelings about some thing. The artists that painted in this style were more concerned with having their paintings express a feeling than in making the painting look exactly like what they were painting. Alexis Gritchenko Francis Bacon
Impressionism ɪmˈpreʃənɪzəm These pieces of art were painted as if someone just took a quick look at the subject of the painting. The paintings were usually in bold colours and did not have a lot of detail. The paintings in this style were usually outdoor scenes like landscapes. The pictures were painted to look like they were shimmering. Claude Monet Petro Kholodny
Pop Art pɒp ɑːt Pop art can be any every day item that is drawn in a brash and colourful way. Pop Art is short for Popular Art. It is inspired by comic strips, advertising, and popular entertainment. Andy Warhol David Hockney
Primitivism ˈprɪmɪtɪvɪzəm Primitive Art looks like art that is done by a child. Usually the picture is painted very simply, and the subjects are "flat", or two-dimensional. Paul Klee Henri Matisse Paul Gauguin
Realism ˈriːəlɪzəm Realism is a type of art that shows things exactly as they appear in life. It began in the 18th century, but the greatest Realist era was in the mid-19th century. Most Realists were from France, but there were some famous American painters who were Realists also. Leonardo da Vinci  
Surrealism səˈriːəlɪzəm Surrealist paintings were generally based on dreams. Their paintings were filled with familiar objects which were painted to look strange or mysterious. They hoped their odd paintings would make people look at things in a different way and change the way they felt about things. Salvador Dali  

- Match the styles and the pictures


Leonardo da Vinci, Mona Lisa, 1503 - 1517       Water Lilies, Claude Monet, 1917       Tahitian Women, Paul Gauguin, 1891  
1. 2. 3.
The Flowing Hair, Henri Matisse, 1952     Irises,Van Gogh, 1889         Portrait, Pablo Picasso, 1907 -1921  
4. 5. 6.
  Abstract Cubism Expressionism Impressionism Primitivism Realism  

Picture description

A. Reading.

- We have done a lot of exercises to revise and learn vocabulary and grammar structures for picture description.And now look at the screen, please! Do you know this art work? Yes, of course, you know it! This is a picture- icon of Godmothers! Does anybody know about these masterpiece? We see Mother of God in our Churches and Cathedrals.

 


 

- Read the description of the mosaic the Virgin Orans and refer each paragraph to its heading.

1.___________The name of the image is - The Virgin Orans, Oranta. The author is unknown. It dates from the 11-th century.

2. __________The Virgin Orans, Oranta is the icon, the 6-meter-high mosaic in the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev.

3. ___________ It is a well-known Orthodox Christian depiction of the Virgin Mary in prayer with extended arms. In this picture I can see the Virgin's solemn and static posture in the foreground. The image is considered as one of the greatest sacred symbols in Ukraine, defending the people of the country. The embroidered handkerchief on the belt of the Mother of God is for wiping away the tears of those who come before her with their problems and concerns.

4. __________The focal point is the Virgins face, because your eye is drawn to it first. It shines with love and hope, that is why it stands out.

5. __________The mosaic is made of smalt - glass alloy in the form of small cubes, painted in different colours. Every separate smalt is given a different angle, this trick changes the direction of light rays, reflected at different angles. Gold background is laid out with different transparent glass cubes, covered with the finest leaves of gold.

6. __________The artist has probably taken his time because there is a lot of details in the image.

7. _________The picture is very bright. You can notice the impressive richness of colour shades. The main colours are contrasting: hot gold and deep blue. There are 25 tints of gold and 21shades of blue.

8. __________The icon is full of light and shine

9. __________The texture is shiny and bumpy.

10. __________The image makes me feel joyful, loving and safe, because legend says that as long as the Virgin is extending Her arms over Kiev, the city will stand indestructible.

 

Alloy [əˈlɔɪ]

Smalt [sm ɔːlt]

 

A. contrasting

B. point

C. brushstrokes

D. painting

E. background

F. harmonious

G. realism

H. sky blue

I. details

J. seascape

K. foreground

L. shades

M. cornflower

N. smooth

O. light


 

 

- Pay attention to the underlined expression we are going to use them during the next exercises.

B. Drawing and painting.

- We are going to create Ms Paint picture the sky, a part of the seascape. Pay attention to the vocabulary:

a frame

rectangle shape tool

line tool

pencil tool

fill with colour tool

colour picker

click on

to edit colours

to blend the colours

- First of all you need some tools:

A rectangular shape tool (), a line tool (), a pencil tool (), a fill with colour tool () and a colour picker ( ).

Draw a frame using a rectangular shape tool and a line using a line tool. This is your horizon line.

Select skyblue colour.

Use a pencil tool.

Select little darker shade.

Draw zig zag lines to form spots in the upper corners. 2 spots

Select lighter tint.

Select light pink.

Select pencil tool.

Select dark blue.

Select sky blue.

Group 1 (cold colours)

Stage 1

The name of the image is - . The author is . It was painted in 19__.

The picture is a , it is a , created in the style of . . .

The image is a depiction of the . In this picture I can see the bright in the foreground and in the background.

There is not a focal.in the painting, because your eye catches the beautiful all over the .

The riverscape is an on .

 

The artist has probably taken his time because there is a lot of . . . in the image.

 

The picture is very bright. You can notice the impressive richness of colour.

The main colours are , , , ,

 

, , , , . . . . . .

 

The picture is full of . . . and shine.

 

The texture is . I can see the clearly,

 

so they are long .

The image makes me feel , because when I look at it I remember about summer.

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Stage 2

 

The . . . of the image is - . The . . . is . It was . . . in 19__.

The . . . is a , it is a , . . . in the style of . . . .

The . . . is a depiction of the . In this . .. I can see the bright in the . . . and in the . . . .

There is not a . . . .in the . . . , because your eye catches the beautiful all over the .

 

The . . . is an on .

 

 

The . . . has probably taken his . . . because there is a lot of . . .in the image.

 

The . . . is very bright. You can notice the impressive richness of . . . .

The main . . . are , , , ,

 

, , , , . . . .

 

The . . . is full of . . . and shine.

 

The . . . is . I can see the clearly,

 

so they are . . . .

The . . . makes me feel , because when I look at it I remember about . . . .

 

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Stage 3

. . in 19__.

, , style.

. and .

 

. .

on .

 

time - datails.

 

, , , , , , , , . . . .

light and shine.

. . .

 

Stage 2

The . . . of the image is -. The . . . is . It was . . . in 18__.

The . . . is a , it is a , . . . in the style of . . .

The . . . is a depiction of the . It depicts one of the last second-rate . . . of the line which played a distinguished role in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

In this . . . I can see the and the in the . . . and the in the . . . .

 

 

The . . . .is the , because your eye is drawn to it first. Its dark smoke contrasts the beauty of the glorious . . . .

The . . . is an on .

 

The . . . has probably taken his . . . because there is a lot of . . . in the image.

 

The . . . is very bright. You can notice the impressive richness of . . . .

 

The main . . . are , , , , , . . . . . .

 

The . . . is full of . . . and shine.

 

The . . . is . I can not see the

. . . , so they are . . . and fine .

The . . . makes me feel , because when I look at it I think about the glorious and passing age of the sail . . . , replaced by the new age of steam and steel.

 

 

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Stage 3

 

. . in 18__.

, , style .

. the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

and and .

. , contrasts.

on .

time - details.

 

, , , , , . . . . . .

light and shine.

. . .

 

Apendix 1.

1775 1851, Joseph Mallord William Turner, a British Romantic landscape painter,

 

 

Apendix 2.

1840 1926, Oscar-Claude Monet [klod mɔnɛ], was a founder of French Impressionist painting

 

Apendix 3

Water Lilies, Claude Monet, 1917

.

1. Hometask:

- Complete the seascape and describe it, use the helpful phrases and the plan of the description:

Plan 1

 

Plan 2

II. .

1. Warming up

- Look at the colours and choose one variant of five to answer the questions bellow.

 

 

How do you feel when you see green?

a) Sad.

b) Happy.

c) Serene (calm).

d) Your variant.

e) I feel nothing.

 

 

How do you feel when you see yellow?

a) Angry.

b) Calm.

c) Mellow ( sweet and ripe) .

d) Your variant.

e) I feel nothing.

 

 

What will you do if you see orange?

a) Ill go to bed.

b) Ill have a snack.

c) Ill open the door and go out to find adventures.

d) Your variant.

e) Nothing.

 

 

What will you do if you see red in the morning?

a) Ill stay in bed.

b) Ill call my boy/girl friend.

c) Ill get up and feel active.

d) Your variant.

e) Nothing.

 

 

What do you think of teal?

a) Its lovely.

b) Its cool.

c) Its no big deal.

d) Your variant.

e) Nothing.

 

 

Who has chosen only e)? . . .I hope nobody, because colours really affect our mood. Music can also influence our emotions. Nowadays a new independent art of colour-music appeared due to combining music and colour.

Phonetic drill

- Lets sing our funny song about colours to improve our mood and pronunciation of course. Your task is to listen, sing ( the badges with harmonious colours) and say the colour that could rhyme at the end of the lines with gaps (badges with contrasting colours)


This is a test of the Color Identification System
This is only a test
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
I feel new when I see ()
I feel serene when I see ()
I stay in bed when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
I feel delight when I see ()
I feel mellow when I see ()
I have to burple when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong

At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!

 

 

I look down whe I see ( . . .)

I lose track when I see ()
I turn away when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
It's hard to think when I see ()
I feel old when I see ()
I think of Wilbur when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
This is the color song
Come on and sing along
Even if you sing it wrong
Sing it loud and sing it strong
At the end of every line
Say the color that could rhyme
There's a few you might not know
It gets harder as you go!
I'm a fan when I see ()
I call a pilot when I see ()
It's no big deal when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
I open the door hinge when I see ()
I open the door hinge
When I see orange

When I see orange
When I see orange
When I see orange
When I see orange
This has been a test of the Color

Identification System
This was only a test


 

 

.


Speech drill

- Now look at the quotations of famous people and complete the table below

 

Dont pass judgement on a work of art if you dont know how to create it. - (The author unknown)

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Henry Ward Beecher (American social and political activist, XIX century)

Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen. Leonardo da Vinci

"Like emotions, colours are a reflection of life." - (The author unknown)

Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions. Pablo Picasso

About arts About painting About riticism

- What is your opinion on these quotes? (Use the phrases below)

 

As for me / As to me, ...

In my opinion, ...

To my mind, ...

From my point of view, ...

I would say that ...

It seems to me that ...

I am sure that ...

I am certain that ...

I think that ...

I consider that ...

I find that ...

I feel that ...

I believe that ...

I suppose that ...

It goes without saying that ...

 

Revision

- We are going to make up an intelligent picture description. But first lets revise the vocabulary of this theme and some helpful grammar structures: colours , lines and brushstrokes, types of picture, genres, and and styles, past participle

 

a. Colours ():

- They say, that girls can see more colours than boys, study the diagram and agree or disagree.

 

 


 

Video dictation : -Lets prove or disprove the statement -write down the names of the colours, then compare your lists.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Imagine a seascape and try to choose the colours to describe it, close your eyes, listen to the music, then look at the seascape and compare. ( Pay attention to the temperature of colours: hot and cold, and the tones: the light tones are called tints and the dark tones are called shades).

 

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