Конспект урока "Творчество Оскара Уайльда" 9 класс

Преподаватель английского языка ГОУ СПО «Зубово-Полянский
педагогический колледж» Коробова Екатерина Владимировна
Цели и задачи урока:
1. Социокультурный аспект
Познакомить студентов с творчеством английского писателя
О.Уайльда: его поэтическими произведениями, произведениями,
вошедшими в круг детского и юношеского чтения.
2. Развивающий аспект
Развивать интеллектуальные и познавательные способности студентов,
их память, логическое мышление, языковую догадку, внимание, общий
кругозор и их словарный запас.
3. Воспитательный аспект
Воспитание у студентов устойчивого интереса к изучению английского
языка, к стране изучаемого языка, Великобритании, к её литературе,
культуре, воспитание культуры общения и поведения.
Стимулировать студентов к самостоятельной работе; развивать умение
работать в коллективе.
4. Учебный аспект
Развивать умение производить сравнительный анализ языка оригинала
и языка перевода. Сопутствующими задачами являются: развитие
умения вести беседу по проблеме урока на основе прослушанных
выступлений студентов, развитие навыков аудирования
прослушивание аутентичного текста в аудиозаписи на детальное
понимание; развитие навыков чтения - чтение стихотворений
Оборудование урока: Раздаточный материал с текстами стихотворений
на английском и русском языках, книги для чтения «Чудесные
приключения» Ю. Голицынского даптир.) с текстом сказки О.Уайльда
"The Devoted Friend", аудиозапись (аудиокассета «Сказки О.Уайльда»),
презентация урока в Microsoft PowerPoint.
1. Организационная часть. Сообщение темы и основных задач урока.
Today we are gong to speak about Oscar Wilde: his wonderful poems and exciting
fairy-tales. Wilde wrote many short stories, plays and poems that continue to
inspire millions around the world.
2. Выступления студентов по биографии писателя.
Though Oscar Wilde is known today primary as a playwright and as the author of
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891) his only novel as the author wrote poetry,
fairy tales, essays and criticism, all of which express his aesthetic approach to life
and art. Indeed, he was the most popular spokesman in the late XIX th century
advocating the doctrine of aestheticism, which insisted that art should be primarily
concerned with “art for art‘s sake,” not with politics, religion, science, bourgeois
Oscar Wilde (Fingal O’Flahertie Wills) was born in Dublin on October 16,
1854 to parents who were prominent in Ireland’s social life. His father (William
Ralph Willa) was a leading ear and eye surgeon who had founded a hospital a year
before Wild’s birth and who had received the appointment of Surgeon Oculist in
Ordinary to the Queen, and honorary position especially created for him in
recognition of his international reputation. Wilde’s mother (Francesca Elgee
Wilde), nine years younger than her husband was known in the 1840s to give hope
to Irish nationalists and activists in the woman’s rights movement.
Wild received an education appropriate to his station in life. When he was ten,
he was sent to Portora Royal School (founded by King Charles II) in Ennniskillen,
Ulster. In October 1971, he entered Trinity College in Dublin, where he
distinguished himself by winning various prizes and medals, particularly for his
learning in the classics. In June 1874, he won a scholarship, the classical
Demyship, to Magdalen College, Oxford, Wilde developed the manner of poseur
and was widely recognized by his fellow students as a brilliant talker.
On May 29, 1884 he married Constance Lloyd. She came from a respectable
legal family in Ireland. They had two children Cyril and Vyvyan. Probably, his
happy family life inspired him to write stories for children, The Happy Prince and
Other Tales w