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Unit 13 Theater and MoviesUnit 13 Theater and MoviesUnit 13 Theater and Movies

Unit 13 Theater and MoviesUnit 13 Theater and MoviesUnit 13 Theater and Movies
Unit 13 Theater and MoviesUnit 13 Theater and MoviesUnit 13 Theater and Movies
Unit 13 Theater and MoviesUnit 13 Theater and Movies

Unit 13 Theater and Movies –

Work with a partner to put the names of the people in the pictures into groups. θ) LIM SρναραίνεΙΙ, Κίτρινη γιο, ΚΑ, η Τίτερη ονομα ο Πιερίαν Μητής ή ISαθονε.Reading TextRead the following text and do the tasks that follow,THE APPEAL OF THE THEATERThe sources of the theater’s appeal are many. Let us suggest four.First, the theater offers an effective means of telling a story. In very early times, people around the fire were entertained by storytellers with stories of heroes’ wonderful actions and victories. Likewise, in the theater, we enjoy a dramatic contest between two opposing sides. We become involved with the people in the story, and we are concerned about the outcome.Second, the audience finds pleasure in the skill of execution – the art of creating a work of art. Theatergoers get pleasure from the good job of various artistic and technical people. They may be amazed at the painter’s brushwork, the musician’s control of a voice or instrument, the dancer’s use of space, and, above all, the director’s management of the creative aspects of the play.17OA third satisfaction of the theater is the opportunity for us to gain fresh perceptions. It was suggested by Aristotle – an ancient Greek thinker – that humankind’s greatest pleasure is in learning. The theater is an excellent way to extend ourselves beyond the narrow circle of everyday life. It gets us acquainted with people and cultures quite foreign to us. Hence, the theater gives extraordinary opportunities for deeper and sharper experiences.Finally, the dramatic experience can also be a spiritual one. As was suggested by Aristotle, comedy may show us to be worse than we are, but tragedy shows us to be better. Great works of drama have great characters exploring the great issues. In them humans are tested, and, although their bodies may be broken, their spirit wins. UηΙΙ 13. Thρα ιερατιοι Μουτεςa) Answer the following questions…. What are the causes of the appeal of the theater?2. Did ancient people use to enjoy hearing stories?What did Aristotle think the greatest pleasure of human beings is in?. In what way is the theater an excellent way to extend people beyond the narrow circle of everyday life?5… What about the theater may be amazing to theatergoers?6… What, according to Aristotle, is the difference between tragedy and comedy? b) Choose the best meaning(s) of the underlined word(s). 1. The sources of the theater’s appeal are many. A. beginnings B. causes C. resources D. references2. … storytellers have entertained their audience around the fire …A. amused B. made fun ofC. laughed with D. entered the theater 3. … the art of creating a work of art …A. labor B. exerciseC. doing D, production 4. Theatergoers get pleasure from the director’s management of thecreative aspects of the play. (Choose 2 answers.)A. parts B. StoriesC. effects D. sides 5. … gives extraordinary opportunities for deeper and sharper …A. uncommon B. unusualC. great D. odd 6. Great works of drama have great characters exploring the greatISSLICS,A. personalities B. mankindC. persons/animals in a play D. letters and symbols7. … the dramatic experience can also be a spiritual One. A. sudden B. exciting and impressive C. exaggerated D. connected with the playc) Fill in the blanks with information from the passage. 1. This word in the first paragraph tells us the number of reasons for which the theater has become so appealing. (Write the number.) 2. Theatergoers will usually be concerned with the outcome of3. “Execution,” in this passage, is the art of4. Aristotle came from . (Write down the name of country.)”…although their bodies may be broken…”5. What does their in (paragraph. 5) refer to?6. In “Let us suggest four” (paragraph 1), its refers tod) Tell your partner about the best play you have seen recently,Физтгымсa) Work in pairs to discuss the following questions. 1. Do the theater and the motion picture have a more promising future? 2. Does the theater have a longer history than the motion picture or vice versa? How long do you think the history of the motion picture is? b) Listen to this passage about American motion picture and check (Y) the time expressions mentioned. 1, 1861 D 2, 1903 D 3, 1915 D4, 1920 D D 6, 1933 D 7, 1935 D 8, 1945 DD 10, 1960s. D 11, 1970s. D 12, 1980s D5. 1927 9. 1950 Unit 13. Theater and MouiesC) Now listen again to complete these gapped sentences with the correct movie titles. 1. The first major American movie was A. The Great Train Robbery B. The Great Rain Robbery C. The Great Rain Raspberry 2. was a movie about the Civil War by D. W. Griffith. A. The Bird of a Nation B. The Birth of a Nation C. The Birthday of a Nation 3. Warner Brothers released , its first talking picture, in the late 1920s. A. The Charged Singer B. The Messy Singer C. The Jazz Singer4. The three-color system was first used in the 1935 in the movieA. Becky Sharp B. Becky Shark C. Baggy Sharpd) The following statements can be true (T) or false (F). Listen again and check (Y) the appropriate boxes. Then correct the false statements.1. The history of the American movie industry is now more than a century long. D D 2. Edwin S. Porter, who made the first major American movie, was born in 1903. 3. The Birth of a Nation marked the growth of American motion picture.4. The first three-color movie had been made by 1933. D D5. Movies produced before 1926 were all silent – without sound.173 6. It took American motion picture about ten years D(1960-1970) to develop advanced movies techniques.7. Woody Allen and Steven Spielberg are excellent D D moviemakers. 8. The two decades 1960s and 1970s are importantlandmarks of the American movie history. D De) Listen for the last time and fill in the gaps with the correct words.1. The Kinematoscope was the machine that sent Onto a Screen.2. By , motion picture had really become an art form in the United States of America.rapidly3. In 1926, the Warner Brothers studio introduced the process of recording musical and passages on large discs.4. During the 1960s and 1970s, the American motion picture saw the rise of a new generation of5. With Hollywood , the American movie industry has become the leading power worldwide.moviemakers.f) List several movies that you love or have watched recently, SPEAKINGExpressing Preferences – I thinks suppose it would be better for me/ us if… – I (Would) prefer… – My favorite movie/ music is… – I like … better than … a) In pairs, ask and answer the following questions, 1. Do you like watching movies? How often do you go to the movies?2. What type(s) of movies do you prefer to watch?174ί τι I , II, οι οι οι ΜορίεςS L LLS L LLLLS G GGGCCGSLLS LL LSGG LLL LLLLCLGGS SS CHSCaGG S LL box will help you,Cartoons – helping children stretch their – suitable for children only, not imaginations of the world interesting to adults or high – memorable moral lessons school students – sometimes enjoyable even to – not describing life as it is adults: to see the world from a – presenting the world in an different view: with a child’s “unusual’ wayinnocent eyelove Movies– very interesting for almost any – not all love movies good for generation: youth, middle age, young students and even old age – SeX SCeneS- as for unmarried people: a good some behavior. misleadingpreparation for / lesson of love; as for the married: to review the “unforgettable days’– usually too long, taking up too much time- beautiful actors/actresses, beautiful scenes- thoughtful and thoughtprovokingAction Movies- easy to understand – too much violence – real entertainment: very – exaggerating, simplistic lessonsthrilling, energizing – soon forgotten – loved by most young people175N. Example Alice. Torn. Alice. Tom:Alice.Ton. Alice.CwRTING تحصیلئے


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