Презентация "Музеи" 10 класс


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Презентация к уроку английского языка в 10 классе по теме «музеи»

Guess the word that corresponds all the definitions given below!

  • a space not only for the ‘learned and curious’ but also ‘for the benefit of the general public’;
  • a forum for the expression of many different cultural perspectives;
  • a place where the diverse population can explore its common inheritance;
  • a collection of human cultural achievements, ancient and modern in the world;
  • Yes, you are right! It’s a “museum”

mu‧se‧um [countable]

a building where important cultural, historical, or scientific objects are kept and shown to the public

the Museum of Modern Art

The museum has an extensive collection of early photographs.

museum (n)

from Greek "place of study, library or museum, school of art or poetry,"

originally "a seat or shrine of the Muses”

The definition of a museum has updated, in line with developments in society.

 

According to the ICOM, adopted during the 21 Conference in Vienna, Austria, in 2007:

A museum is a non-profit institution in the service of society and its development, open to the public, which acquires, conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits the … heritage of humanity and its environment for the purposes of education, study and enjoyment

The greatest museums

Sate Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia

The British Museum, London, England

Le Louvre, Paris, France

The Vatican Museums, Vatican City

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

The Acropolis Museum, Athens, Greece

The Prado, Madrid, Spain

AND THE MOST UNUSAUL

History museums

Art museums

National

museums

Science museums

Natural History

museums

Themetic museums

museums

Fossils

Minerals

Models

Scientific instruments

Toys

Stamps

Musical instruments

National clothes

Ships/cars/locomotives/planes…

Paintings

Drawings

Statues

Sculptures

Ceramics

Weapons

Coins

Statues

Manuscripts

Photoraphs

Paintings

Drawings

Statues

Sculptures

Ceramics

Coins

Jewellery

Weapons

...

Fossils

Minerals

Dinosaur bones

History museums

Art museums

National

museums

Science museums

Natural History

museums

Thematic museums

museums

VOCABULARY EXERCISES

Match the words in the list with the definitions

  • an artifact a. a close copy;
  • a replica b. an object made by human and has historical interest;
  • a sample c. repeated arrangement of lines, shapes or colours;
  • a pattern d. a typical small thing or quantity;
  • fossils e. objects made out of baked clay;
  • pottery f. rocks marked with the imprint of ancient creature;
  • to house g. to move about or away, usually on foot;
  • to mount h. AmE infml a small but very interesting piece;
  • to wander i. to display;
  • a tidbit j. to contain;

Fill in the words from the list to make the collocations. Use the words only once.

historical to be, ancient, contemporary, top tourist, memorable, close, original

  • ________________ on the display
  • _______________ exhibits
  • ________________ art
  • ________________ artifacts
  • ________________ experience;
  • ________________ patterns;
  • ________________ attraction;
  • ________________ replica;

Check the answers

  • to be on the display
  • historical exhibits
  • contemporary art
  • ancient artifacts
  • memorable experience;
  • original patterns;
  • top tourist attraction;
  • close replica;

Any differences?

Long ago 1880-s

Not so long ago 1970 -s

The 21st century museum

Hands on!!!

Experiments

Person to person interaction

Exciting not restful

Atmospheric

Real images

Real places

Dress up

Role play

Any differences?

Children’s museums

Then and now

Презентация выполнена учителем ГБОУ СОШ №1

с углубленным изучением английского языка

г. Санкт-Петербурга

Патровой Л.В.

Использованные ресурсы:

Virginia Evans Jenny Dooley Mission Express Publishing

http://www.slideshare.net/egurian/exhibition-strategies-2008

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/uk/london

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_most_visited_art_museums_in_the_world