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План урока на тему «Театр. Повторение настоящего длительного и простого времени».

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Тема «Театр. Повторение настоящего длительного и простого времени».

Тип урока: комбинированный.

Цели урока.

  • Совершенствование навыков чтения вслух и про себя.
  • Развитие навыков монологической речи и диалогической речи.
  • Совершенствование грамматических навыков.

Оснащение. Карточки с раздаточным материалом. 

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Тема «Театр. Повторение настоящего длительного и простого времени».



Тип урока: комбинированный.

Цели урока.

  • Совершенствование навыков чтения вслух и про себя.

  • Развитие навыков монологической речи и диалогической речи.

  • Совершенствование грамматических навыков.


Оснащение. Карточки с раздаточным материалом.




Ход урока.



  1. Проверка домашнего задания.

Рассказ о музыканте . Учебник английского языка под редакцией А.П. Голубева стр.223


  1. Работа с темой «Театр».


  1. Предварительная беседа.


  1. How often do you go to the theater?

  2. When did you last go to the theater?

  3. Did you like the performance?

  4. Did the audience like the performance?

  5. Did you like the scenery?

  6. What was the play about?

  7. Who played the leading parts?

  8. Was the cast good?

  9. What do you call a place where the performance takes place?

  10. Where do you buy tickets?

  11. What do you call a person who writes plays?

  12. What do we call a person who directs the staging of a play?

  13. What is your favorite theatre and why?

  14. Which do you like more going to the cinema or going to the thatere?

  15. Do you like operas?


2.Работа с текстом « Drama music and ballet in London» (Практический курс английского языка 2 курс Аракин стр.325

The center of a theatrical activity in Britain is London. There are about 50 principal theatres in professional use in or near the West End and some 20 in the suburbs.

Most of these are let to producing managements on a commercial basis, but some of them are permanently occupied by subsidized companies, such as the National Theatre which stages classical and modern plays in its complex of three theaters on the South Bank of the River Thames. The former Old Vic Company, which was Britain’s major theatrical touring company, has now taken up residence in the National Theatre. In addition, the Royal Shakespeare Company presents Shakespearian plays at Stratford upon Avon and a mixed repertoire in London.

Outside London there are many non- repertory theatres which present all kinds of drama and also put on variety shows and other entertainments. Recently there has been a growth in the activity of repertory companies which receive financial support from the Arts Council and the local authoritrties.these companies employ leading producers, designers and actors, and the standard of productions is generally high. Some companies have their own theaters, while others rent from the local authorities.

Music of all kinds- pop music, folk music, jazz, light music and brass bands-is an important part of British cultural life. The large audiences at orchestral concerts and at performances of opera, ballet and chamber music reflect the widespread interest in classical music.

financial assistance from the Arts Council, gives regular seasons of opera and ballet. It has its own orchestra which plays for the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet. Both companies have a high international reputation. The English National Opera which performs in the London Coliseum gives seasons of opera and operetta in English. It also tours the provinces.

There are several thousand amateur dramatic societies in Britain. Most universities have thriving amateur drama clubs and societies.



Answer the questions.

  1. What is the center of theatrical activity in Great Britain?

  2. Which theatrical companies receive financial support from the Art Council?

  3. What is meant by a repertory [ˈrepətərɪ] theatre? форма организации театрaльного дела, при которой театр имеет постоянный (или медленно обновляемый) репертуар. Для репертуарных театров характерно наличие постоянной труппы, хотя, как и другие театры, они иногда нанимают актёров на конкретные спектакли.

  4. What do you know about Royal Shakespeare Company?

  5. What kinds of performances are staged in the Royal Opera House and the English National Opera?

  6. Do these theatres have their own orchestras?

  7. Are there many theatres in or near the West End of London?

  8. What kind of music is popular in England?

  9. Are there any amateur theatres in Great Britain?

  10. What leading actors of the British theater do you know? (Laurence Olivier, Ralph Richardson & John Gielgud)

3. Describe your impressions of a play (opera, ballet) you have seen. Follow the plan below:

1. Going to the theatre. (How did you get the tickets? Where were your seats? Was the house full?)

2. The play. (Was it interesting? What was interesting? What didn't you like about it?)

3. The acting. (Was the cast good? Whose acting im­pressed the audience? In what scenes?)

4. The production. (Did the production help the audience to catch the main idea of the play?)

5. Designing. (Did you like the scenery? How were the light and sound effects used?)

6. The audience. (What kind of people did it consist of? How did they receive the performance?)

R e m i n d e r:  is surprising to meet a play about ordi­nary people caught up in ordinary events, the author shows a remarkable talent for writing dialogue which is entertaining and witty, the characters are pleasant (humorous, ordinary); one brief scene forms the climax of the play, the characters act out a fantasy, the audience is made to think: until almost the final curtain; splendid direction; it was one of the finest ren­derings of this part I've ever heard; I hear the scenery was planned and designed by...; his musical talent is quite excep­tional, his playing sometimes reminds me of...; the highlight of the evening was ...

4.Learn the dialogue by heart. Act out this dialogue.



– I want four seats for Sunday, please.

– Matinee or evening performance?

– Evening, please.

– Well, you can have very good seats in the stalls, Row F.

– Oh, no! It's near the orchestra-pit. My wife can't stand loud music.

– Then I could find you some seats in the pit.

– I'm afraid that won't do either. My father-in-law is terribly short-sighted. He wouldn't see much from the pit, would he?

–Perhaps, you'd care to take a box?

– Certainly not! It's too expensive. I can't afford it.

– Dress-circle then?

– I don't like to sit in the dress-circle.

– I'm afraid the only thing that remains is the gallery.

– How can you suggest such a thing! My mother-in-law is a stout woman with a weak heart. We couldn’t dream of letting her walk up four flights of stairs, could we?

– I find, sir, that there isn't a single seat in the house that would suit you.

– There isn't, is there? Well, I think we'd much better go to the movies. As for me, I don’t care much for this theatre-going business. Good day!



5. Insert articles where necessary.



Chekhov's play "... Sea-gull «was first staged in ... Alexandrinsky Theatre in ... Petersburg. It was ... complete failure. ...

play was ruined by ... dull and ... clumsy production. It was staged in ... “good old traditions” whereas ... Chekhov's plays were quite unlike any other plays written before and demand­ed ... new forms and devices. ... Petersburg audience did not understand "... Sea-gull. «There was ... laughter in most poeti­cal scenes and many of ... audience left long before ... end of play. It was ... cruel blow to Chekhov. However, in ... Mos­cow

Art Theatre, which was not ... year old then

(it was in 1898), ... same play directed by K. S. Stanislavsky was ... tremendous success. ... Stanislavsky's production of "...

Sea-gull’ opened ... new epoch in ... history of ... theatre and symbolized ... triumph of ... new and ... progressive forms over ... old ones.

In ... memory of that event ... white sea-gull spreads its wings on ... curtain of ... Moscow Art Theatre.

Answer the following questions:


1. When and where was Chekhov's ‘Sea-gull ‘first staged ? 2. Why did it fail? 3. Why was it that the same play was a tremendous success in the Art Theatre? 4. Why did the Art Theatre choose the sea-gull for its emblem?




  1. Повторение настоящего длительного и простого времени .

Настоящее простое время.Present Simple Tense.

I.Настоящее неопределенное время употребляется в следующих случаях:

1. Для выражения обычного действия, совершающегося постоянно, регулярно.Every day I go to school.

2. Для выражения общеизвестных положений.The earth goes round the sun. 

3. Вместо будущего времени в придаточных предложениях условия и времени (после союзов when, if, after, before, as soon as, till).If the weather is fine they will stay in the wood. 
2) Будущее действие в соответствии с расписанием. The train to London leaves at 5 p.m.

II. Утвердительная форма настоящего неопределенного времени образуется от инфинитива смыслового глагола без частицы to. В третьем лице единственного числа глаголы принимают окончание -s или -es: study-studies/ play-plays /lose-loses /dressdresses /wash-washes

2. В вопросительной форме вспомогательный глагол do /doesстоит перед подлежащим, а смысловой - после него.Do you study physics? Does he play football? Where do you live?
3. Отрицательная форма настоящего неопределенного времени образуется также при помощи вспомогательного глагола do/does и отрицательной частицы not. This year we do not (don't) study physics. Не does not play (doesn't) football. 

Слова-сигналы: every day(week,month,year,season),usually, always,sometimes,often,regularly etc.

Настоящее длительное время.Present Continuous Tense.

I. Настоящее продолженное время употребляется в следующих случаях:

1. Для выражения действия, совершающегося в момент говорения или в настоящий момент. Этот момент может быть выражен такими словами, как now, at this moment Professor P. is delivering a lecture in the assembly hall.

2. Для выражения действия, проходящего в определенный период времени. Период может длиться от 5 дней до 5 лет. What are you doing these days? I am preparing for my exams.

3. Для выражения действия, которое запланировано и произойдет в ближайшем будущем. We are leaving Moscow tomorrow. 

4.Для выражения эмоционально-окрашенных действий. Не is forever losing his things! Вечно он теряет свои вещи!


II. Для образования вопросительной формы вспомогательный глагол to be ставится перед подлежащим, а причастие настоящего времени смыслового глагола - после подлежащего.Is he reading a newspaper? What are you doing tonight?
Для образования отрицательной формы после вспомогательного глагола to be ставится отрицательная частица not. Не is not (isnt) reading a newspaper.

III. Глаголы, выражающие чувство, восприятие, умственную деятельность и т. п. не могут обозначать действие и состояние как процесс, поэтому в формах продолженных времен они не употребляются. В английском языке они называются state verbs.
К их числу относятся такие глаголы, как:

  1. Глаголы физического восприятия (verbs of physical perception): to hear, to notice,to see;

  2. Глаголы эмоционального состояния (verbs denoting emotions): to adore, to care for,to detest, to dislike, to hate, to like, to love, to respect;

  3. Глаголы желания (verbs denoting wish): to desire, to want, to wish;

  4. Глаголы умственной деятельности (verbs denoting mental processes): to admire (в значении «восхищаться»), to appreciate, to assume, to believe (полагать), to consider (считать кем-либо, рассматривать как), to doubt, to expect (полагать), to feel(полагать), to imagine, to know, to mind (возражать), to perceive, to presume, to recall, to recognize, to recollect, to regard, to remember, to suppose, to think (думать), to trust, to understand;

  5. Глаголы отношения (relational verbs): to apply, to be, to belong, to concern, to consist, to contain, to depend, to deserve, to differ, to equal, to fit, to have, to hold (содержать), to include, to involve, to lack, to matter, to need, to owe, to own, to possess, to remain, to require, to resemble, to result, to signify, to suffice;

  6. Другие глаголы: to agree, to allow, to appear (казаться), to astonish, to claim, to consent, to displease, to envy, to fail to do, to feel, to find, to forbid, to forgive, to intend, to interest, to keep doing, to manage to do, to mean, to object, to please, to prefer, to prevent, to puzzle, to realize, to refuse, to remind, to satisfy, to seem, to smell, to sound, to succeed, to suit, to surprise, to taste, to tend, to value.

Или


to have - иметь
to be - быть
to seem - казаться
to mean - значить
to know - знать
to remember - помнить
to want - хотеть
to understand - понимать
to recognize - узнавать
to notice - замечать
to believe - верить
to belong - принадлежать
to matter - иметь значение
to consist - состоять
to contain - содержать
to see - видеть
to feel - чувствовать
to hear - слышать
to love - любить
to like - нравиться
to hate - ненавидеть
to prefer - предпочитать
to please - удовлетворять
to possess - обладать
to depend - зависеть



III.Тренировочные упражнения. Present Continuous and Present Simple Tenses.



Put the verb into the correct form (Present Continuous Tense).

1.     Tom and Ann cannot go out now. It ________ (snow) now.

2.     Have you got umbrella? It _________ (start) to rain.

3.     Jane’s on holiday in Italy. She________ (have) a great time and doesn’t want to come back.

4.     Mother _________ (look for) her son. Do you know where he is?

5.     Are you ready, Nick? “Yes, I _________ (come)”.

6.     My father __________ (repair) the car.

7.     _____ you ________(clean) the house now?



Put the verb into the correct form (Present Simple Tense)

1.     The shop __________ (open) at 8 am and _________ (close) at 6 pm every day.

2.     The earth ______ (go) round the sun.

3.     My brother _______ (get up) at 7 o’clock every morning.

4.     My mother ________ (wash) dishes every day.

5.     My parents ________ (go) to the cinema once a month.

6.     Usually I _______ (make) my bed at 6.30.

7.     My grandfather _________ (read) newspaper every evening.



Put the verb into the correct form (Present Simple or Present Continuous Tenses)

1.     Tom is very good at languages. He _______ (speak) three languages very well.

2.     Are you ready? Everybody ________ (wait) for you.

3.     My friends ________ (live) in France.

4.     The train always _________ (leave) on time.

5.     My mother __________ (go) to the swimming pool now.

6.     My grandparents __________ (swim) in the river every day.

7.     Ann _________ (play) computer games at the moment.

8.     I _______ (like) to watch cartoons.



  1. I can’t afford that thing. It (cost) too much.

  2. I (own, not) an umbrella. I (wear) a waterproof hat on rainy days.

  3. The house (to be) in a mess, because we have’ve got the workmen in.The plumber (put) a new bath, the electricians (rewire) the system, and the carpenter (build) us some new bookshelves.

  4. You (hear) the wind? It (blow) very strongly tonight.

  5. You (see) my car keys anywhere?-No I (look) for them but I (not see) them.

  6. Why you (walk) so fast today? You (walk) usually quite slowly.-I (hurry) because I (meet) my mother at 5 o’clock and she (not like) to be kept waiting.

  7. You (recognize) that man?-I (think) I have seen him before but I (not remember) his name.

  8. Look at that crowd. I wonder what they (wait) for.

  9. Stop! You (not see) the notice?-I (see) it but I can’t read it because I (not wear) my glasses. What it (say)?

  10. You (need) another blanket or you (feel) warm enough?

  11. It (save) time if I (take) the path through the wood?-No, it (not matter) which path you take.

  12. I (save up) because I (go) abroad in July.

  13. It’s a pity you (not take) more exercise. You (get) fat.

  14. The plane you (look) at now just (take) off to Paris.

  15. That film (come) to local cinema next week. You (want) to see it?

  16. How Peter (get) on at school?-Very well. He (seem) to like the life.

  17. This is our itinerary. We (leave) home on the 8th, (arrive) in Paris on the 9th,(spend) the day in Paris, and (set) out that night for Venice.-That(sound) very interesting.

  18. The last train (leave) the station at 11.30.

  19. She always (lose) her glasses and (ask) me to look for them.

  20. You (do) anything this evening?

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