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Методическая разработка "The Composer in Contemporary Culture" («Композитор в современной культуре»)


Министерство культуры Российской Федерации
ФГБОУ ВПО «Российская академия музыки имени Гнесиных»
Училище имени Гнесиных
Методическая разработка урока по теме
«The composer in contemporary culture» («Композитор в современной культуре»)
подготовила
преподаватель иностранного языка (английского)
Бузуверова Татьяна Сергеевна
Москва
2017
Reading: Introduction
Work with the partner and discuss the following question:
a. Who is a composer?
b. What composers do you know?
c. What contemporary composers do you know?
Reading: Prediction
Discuss whether you think the following statements are true or false.
a) In the eighteen century the concepts “musician” and “composer” were synonymous.
b) The work was more important than the creator, so his name usually stayed unknown.
c) The roles of composer and performer were different.
d) The composers who created music for street carnivals were known.
e) Everybody knows the names of composers who composed music for the cinema and
the theatre.
f) Famous artists depend on the composers.
g) Composers depend on charity.
Vocabulary: Definitions
Find the words or phrases in the text to match these definitions.
1. ………. phrase
a pair of successive lines of verse, typically rhyming and of the
same length.
2. ……………. n
a person related to you who lived a long time ago
3. ……………. n
a system of giving money, food, or help free to those who are
in need because they are ill, poor, or have no home, or any
organization that has the purpose of providing money or
helping in this way
4. ……………. n
a work of art such as a painting, film, or book that is made with
great skill
5. ………... phrase
composed for or sung by a choir or chorus
6. …………. adj
having or showing the ability to do something well
7. ………….phrase
to be forced to do something or feel that you must do
something
8. …………phrase
to have direct family connections or shared beliefs, support,
and sympathy
9. …………phrase
to mix or combine together
10. …………phrase
to speak too proudly or happily about what you have done or
what you own
11. ……………phrase
to watch, listen to, or think about something or someone
carefully or with interest
12. …………….phrase
when someone supports a person, organization, or activity by
giving money, encouragement, or other help
Vocabulary: Fill the gaps
1. ……………. the ingredients into a smooth paste.
2. Doctors are legally ……………. to take certain precautions.
3. He didn't talk about his exam results in case people thought he was ……………. .
4. Her relationship isn't good with her father, but she's very ……………. her mother.
5. If you don't ……………. now, you'll get it all wrong later.
6. Leonardo's "Last Supper" is widely regarded as a ……………. .
7. She does a lot of work for ……………. .
8. Sonnet 126 is, unusually, a poem in six rhymed ……………. rather than a sonnet
proper.
9. The music flows along quite beautifully and the …………. and solo singing parts are
also very well done.
10. The orchestra receives £2 million a year in ……………. from companies.
11. There were traits of his ……………. on the walls of the room.
12. You are brilliant, active and ……………. in professional ventures and gain repute in
your field of activity.
Speaking: Charity
Have you ever worked for a charity? How long did you work there? Did you enjoy this
work?
Do you give money to registered charities? (e.g. Red Cross, World Wildlife Fund,
Green Peace)
Do you think having large charity organizations is a good idea? Why or why not?
Do you think that locally run charity organizations are more effective?
Are there any charities in (your town/city)? What are they?