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William Shakespeare

Учитель английского языка

ГБОУ СОШ № 532 Санкт- Петербург

Полозова Ольга Леонидовна

Discover:

  • Pronunciation activity.
  • Language Activity.
  • Pre -Video-Listening
  • Video-Listening
  • Reading and Listening
  • Post -Video-Listening
  • On-line investigations
Pronunciation Activity
  • nurture – to provide care and education;
  • Infancy – the time when you are a baby;
  • legacy – smth that exists after a person’s death;
  • Immortal - smb who will never be forgotten;
  • inn – a small hotel or pub;
  • trust –an organization that controls money; purchase – to buy;
  • off season – the time of the year when there is not much work
  • parish - the main church in an area;
  • chancel – the part of a church
  • grave - the place in the ground where a dead body is buried;
  • for (Jesus) sake - extremely important;
  • forbear – stop yourself;
  • blessed – protected and loved by God;
  • spare – not damage or harm;
  • cursed - be punished by God or a god;
  • get acquainted – start to know smb.

Language

Activity

I love music

When I’m sad or feeling blue,

There’s one thing I love to do

I play songs I love to here

Then my problems disappear

When I play my favorite song

I can dance and sing along

All my troubles fly away

I feel everything’s okay

I love music, feel the beat

Clap your hands and stamp your feet

Feel the rhythm, jump and shout

That’s what music’s all about

When I’m dancing, I feel fine

I feel like the whole world’s mine

Everything’s all right with me

When the music sets me free

Pre -Video-Listening Activity

When you travel to a new place, what things would you like to see and do?

Explain your reasons.

Video-Listening Activity

  • William Shakespeare was born
  • and died in Stratford –upon –Avon.

    2) The number of visitors in Stratford –upon –Avon is

    a hundred times more than the population.

    3) Not much has survived from Shakespeare’s time.

    4) William Shakespeare was Charles Dickens’ favourite playwright.

    5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life.

    6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

    7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and

    come back during a day.

Watch, listen and mark the statements True, False, Not stated.

Read statements 1 - 7.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

  • William Shakespeare
  • was born and died in Stratford –upon –Avon.

    a)True b) False c) Not stated

    2) The number of visitors in Stratford –upon –Avon is a hundred times more than the population.

    3) Not much has survived from Shakespeare’s time.

    4) William Shakespeare was Charles Dickens’ favourite playwright.

    5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life.

    6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

    7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

Video-Listening Activity

Video-Listening Activity

1) William Shakespeare was born and died in Stratford –upon –Avon.

a)True b) False c) Not stated

2) The number of visitors in Stratford –upon –Avon is a hundred times more than the population.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

3) Not much has survived from Shakespeare’s time.

4) William Shakespeare was Charles Dickens’ favourite playwright.

5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life.

6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

Video-Listening Activity

2) The number of visitors in Stratford –upon –Avon is a hundred times more than the population.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

3) Not much has survived from Shakespeare’s time.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

4) William Shakespeare was Charles Dickens’ favourite playwright.

5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life.

6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day.

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Video-Listening Activity

3) Not much has survived from Shakespeare’s time.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

4) William Shakespeare was Charles Dickens’ favourite playwright.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life.

6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

Video-Listening Activity

4) William Shakespeare was Charles Dickens’ favourite playwright.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

Video-Listening Activity

5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

Video-Listening Activity

6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day.

a) True b) False c) Not stated

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

Video-Listening Activity

1) William Shakespeare was born and died in Stratford –upon – Avon. True

2) The number of visitors in Stratford –upon –Avon is a hundred times more than the population. True

3) Not much has survived from Shakespeare’s time. False

4) William Shakespeare was Charles Dickens’ favourite playwright. Not stated

5) School didn’t play an important role in Shakespeare’s life. False6) William Shakespeare’s wife was older than he. True

7) You can’t go to Stratford –upon –Avon from London and come back during a day. False

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

Pronunciation Activity
  • nurture – to provide care and education;
  • Infancy – the time when you are a baby;
  • legacy – smth that exists after a person’s death;
  • Immortal - smb who will never be forgotten;
  • inn – a small hotel or pub;
  • trust –an organization that controls money; purchase – to buy;
  • off season – the time of the year when there is not much work
  • parish - the main church in an area;
  • chancel – the part of a church
  • grave - the place in the ground where a dead body is buried;
  • for (Jesus) sake - extremely important;
  • forbear – stop yourself;
  • blessed – protected and loved by God;
  • spare – not damage or harm;
  • cursed - be punished by God or a god;
  • get acquainted – start to know smb.

Blessed be the man

who spares the stones

And cursed be he

who moves my bones

  • nurture – to provide care and education;
  • Infancy – the time when you are a baby;
  • legacy – smth that exists after a person’s death;
  • Immortal - smb who will never be forgotten;

This is the place that nurtured one of the world’s greatest literary geniuses. This is Stratford –upon –Avon - the birthplace and final resting place of William Shakespeare.

Shakespeare was born in this house on Henley Street on April 23rd in 1564. He was the third of eight children and the first to survive infancy born to a glove maker John Shakespeare and wife Mary Arden.

Today Stratford –upon –Avon is largely built on Shakespeare’s legacy. The population is less than thirty thousand but each year over three million visitors from around the world come here to walk in the footsteps of the immortal bard.

Reading and Listening

Read the script and listen.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY

Henly Street is a good place to start your tour. Here is the Birthplace and a Shakespeare Centre. The street is lined with shops and cafes and there are street performers to amuse and entertain. The birthplace eventually became an inn known as the Maidenhead but it survived and was rescued by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in 1847. Charles Dickens helped to raise three thousand pounds needed to purchase the building.

It’s surprising how much from Shakespeare’s time has survived. Not far from the birthplace is his school – the King’s new school. Imagine the role it played in shaping his life. It’s believed this is where he saw his first play and performed for the first time as an actor.

  • inn – a small hotel or pub;
  • trust – an organization that controls money
  • purchase – to buy;

Reading and Listening

Reading and Listening

Just across the street is a new place – sited the home the successful playwright purchased for his wife and family in 1597 – nineteen years before his death. Many plays were thought have been written here when he returned from his work in London during the off season.

Nearby is Halls Croft – the home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband – doctor John Hall. Actors in the period costume were filming as we passed by on the way to the Holy Trinity parish.

This is Shakespeare’s church. He was baptized here three days after his birth and was laid to rest here in the chancel after his death on April twenty fifth 1616. A marker over his grave reads:

  • off season – the time of the year when there is not much work
  • parish - the main church in an area;
  • chancel – the part of a church
  • grave - the place in the ground where a dead body
  • is buried;

“Good friends for Jesus sake Forbear

to dig the DUST ENCLOSED here

Blessed be the man who spares the stones

And cursed be he who moves my bones.”

  • for (Jesus) sake - extremely important;
  • forbear – stop yourself;
  • blessed – protected and loved by God;
  • spare – not damage or harm;
  • cursed - be punished by God or a god;

Reading and Listening

Stratford –upon –Avon meant to keep its favourite son from ever being moved. And the other family members are also buried with him. Leaving the church you can walk along the Avon River and see all the activities going on. You can rent a boat or take a hand crank ferry to the other side. As you walk along the river you’ll come to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre which stages a number of his plays each year.

A mile west of town is Anne Hathaway's Cottage where the 18-year-old William Shakespeare met the 26-year-old daughter of a family friend and became romantically involved.

Stratford –upon –Avon is only about 80 miles north-west of London and just 22 miles south of Birmingham which makes for a manageable day trip and a great time to get better acquainted with this great man of letters.

  • get acquainted – start to know smb.

Reading and Listening

Post -Video-Listening Activity

Imagine that you are visiting Stratford-upon-Avon.

    • What things would you like to do?
    • What places would you visit?
    • What would you buy?
    • Explain your reasons.

On-line Investigations

Imagine that you are going on your week vacation to London.

    • Use the Internet to plan your trip to Stratford-upon-Avon.
    •  

      • How can you get there?
      • What places of interest would you visit?
      • Where would you eat?
      •  

        - Find out how much it would cost.

         

You can use the sites:

http://www.visitstratforduponavon.co.uk/

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Warwickshire/Stratford_upon_Avon-304749/TravelGuide-Stratford_upon_Avon.html

or any other ones.

On-line Investigations

You are going on your week vacation.

    • Use the Internet to plan your trip.
    • =How can you get there?

      =What places of interest would you visit?

      =Where would you eat?

        - Find out how much it would cost.

Listen again.

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Использованные источники: Использованные источники:
  • Английский язык в фокусе 9 класс. Базовый уровень. Авторы: Быкова Н., Ваулина Ю.Е., Дули Дж., Подоляко О,Е,., Эванс В., 2011
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XECOwVsJGY
  • http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/United_Kingdom/England/Warwickshire/Stratford_upon_Avon-304749/TravelGuide-Stratford_upon_Avon.html
  • http://www.ma21.ru/upload/medialibrary/5bd/Stratford-on-Avon.jpg
  • http://wickedstageact2.typepad.com/life_on_the_wicked_stage_/WindowsLiveWriter/SearchingShakespeare_A7BC/shakespeare%255B3%255D.jpg
  • http://img1.liveinternet.ru/images/attach/c/4/79/572/79572785_1.jpg
  • http://www.visitstratforduponavon.co.uk/
  • http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/images/ic/256x144/p01gpj2j.jpg