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Ud 13 sesiones

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Ud 13 sesiones

  1. 1. UNIT 13 PUT A LITTLE ART IN YOUR LIFE
  2. 2. ACTIVITY 1Books closed! How many different examples of arts and culturecan you think of? 5 3 1 2 6 4 7 8Match the pictures with the phrases below.write a book paint a picture make a sculptureplay an instrument present a TV show create a videogame design clothes direct a film 10‟
  3. 3. ACTIVITY 2Think about the last book you read. Where did you get it?Where else can you get books?Look at the title. Before you read, what doyou think is the text about? FREE BOOKS!„Free Books! Take me home and read me!‟ Says the note Free Book! on the cover of New Moon. The paperback is lying on Take me a Café table. Is this a joke? No, it‟s an invitation. home and The books is registered at www. bookcrossing.com read me and you are invited to take it home and read it.Ron Honrbaker, and American, came up with theidea of Bookcrossing in 2001 and he set up the website,which is visited by thousands of members around the globe.„Our goal is to make the whole world a library,‟ says Hornbaker.How does Bookcrossing work? Books are left in public places - on buses, onpark benches , in Cafés – and they are found by other people. Each book islabelled with a unique ID Number, and people are asked to enter thewebsite and inform the book they have found.So, why not try it? The next time you finish a good book, register it atthe website with some enthusiastic comments and label it with its IDnumber. Then leave it in a public place so someone else enjoy theexperience . Who knows? Your book may travel to the other side of theworld. 20‟
  4. 4. ACTIVITY 3Answer the following questions according to the textFree Books!1. What is the title of the paperback?2. What are you invited to do?3. Who invented BookCrossing?4. Who is the website visited by?5. Where are the books left?6. What are you asked to do if you find a book?7. ‘So why not try it?’, Try what? In what other public places can you leave a book? 10‟
  5. 5. ACTIVITY 4Complete the table with the help of the text Free Books! PRESENT SIMPLE PASSIVEThe book …………… registered at www.bookcrossing.comBooks ……………… found by other people.We form simple present passive with the presenttense of the web …………. + past participle. Now complete these sentences:“The Harry Potter saga ……………………..in the USA” (not set)“Where …………………………………….? “In the U.K.”Put into active voice or passive voice these sentences, dependingon the card you get. Then, work with your partner and check ifthey are correct or not. ACTIVE PASSIVE 1. A book is published by 1. Someone publishes a book in someone in the world every the world every 30 seconds. 30 seconds. 2. Most books are sold by town 2. Town bookshops sell most of he bookshops, but now a great books, but now readers buy a number are bought online great number online through through virtual bookshops like virtual bookshops like Amazon. Amazon. 3. In the UK, about 60% of the 3. In the UK, Libraries register 60% population are registered with a of the population. library. 4. More books are read by girls than 4. Girls read more books than boys boys, and most reading is done in and most reading is done in bed. bed. 15‟
  6. 6. ACTIVITY 1What have all these films in common? Have you seen them orread the books/comics? Which other films based on popularbooks do you know? Match each film with its genre.Which other genres do you know? Comedy Horror Science Fiction Thriller Romantic Adventures 10‟
  7. 7. ACTIVITY 2Do you know the Twilight Saga? Have you read the books orhave you seen the films? Why do you think is it so popular?Stephanie Meyer is having a meeting with some of the fanClubs that her books have got around the globe.Listen very carefully to thequestions the teenagers askher and what she answersto them. 15‟
  8. 8. ACTIVITY 3Listen to the interview again and match A and B to form thecorrect sentence according to Stephanie Meyer’s comments. A B •when she wrote Twilight•Twilight started • is Bella•Stephanie was 21 years old •was the first to read the saga•She is planning • to travel to China•Her favourite character • the key of the saga•She thinks that • owes his success to Edward•In the beginning Bella • is Stephen King although he•New Moon is is very critical with her books•Her husband was • was named Elisabeth•Her favourite writer •with a dream•Robert Pattinson •her new book will be a great surprise for Twilight fans. 10‟
  9. 9. ACTIVITY 4Write a short composition about the last film you saw in the cinema.Use the questions below as a guide.What kind of movie is it?It‟s a ______________________It‟s a comedy. It‟s a sci-fi. It‟s a horror.It‟s an action movie. It‟s a romantic comedy.Who is in it?_______________ is in it.Who‟s starring in it?_______________ is starring in it.Orlando Bloom is in it.Where does it take place?It‟s set in _______________.When does it take place?It takes place in ______________.It‟s set in New York in the 60s.It takes place on the moon in the future.It takes place in a prison.What‟s it about?What happens in it?It‟s about _____ who __________.It‟s about two young people who fall in love on a sinking ship.It‟s about a meteor that is going to destroy the Earth.How does it end?In the end, __________________.What happens in the end?In the end, the ring is destroyed.In the end, Harry decides he really loves Sally.What did the critics say?What kind of reviews did it get?The critics _________________.It got ___________ reviews.The critics said it was good. The critics panned it. The critics raved about it. It gotgreat reviews. It got poor reviews. 20‟
  10. 10. ACTIVITY 1Match each picture with its corresponding material in the boxesand with questions A-H. A. Where is this photo taken? In Malaga B. Why is this used for? For cooking C. Who is it designed by? By Manolo Blahnik D. What is sold in this? Italian food E. What is this building used for? The entrance to the Louvre Museum F. Why are these bought by tourists? For souvenirs G. How often is this presented? Every four years H. Where is the real building? In Paris Paper Gold Glass LeatherWood Chocolate Stone Steel 10‟
  11. 11. ACTIVITY 2Listen to differentconversations and try toguess what they are talkingabout.• The film Avatar• A jacket• The Alhambra• A statue• Easter 15‟
  12. 12. ACTIVITY 3Complete the questions with the verbs below. play teach sell sing celebrate1. What ………… your shoes ……….of?2. How many languages ………………… in your school?3. In which month ……….San Fermin ……. in Pamplona?4. ……… words ……….. to the Spanish national anthem?5. Which sport …………….at the Bernabeu?6. Where ………fruit ………..in your town?Write the answers to the questions above using yourown words. Write full sentences.1. My shoes are made of leather 10‟
  13. 13. ACTIVITY 4 GAME 20‟
  14. 14. ACTIVITY 1Look at the pictures. What artistic expression doyou think they belong to? Have you 3seen anything similar where you live?Where can you normally find them?Which of them have a social message? 5 4 6 8 9 7 10 12 10‟
  15. 15. ACTIVITY 2Read the text about Bansky, the popular graffiti artist.Art or vandalism?Where do you expect to see graffiti? Probably not in a museum. Bristolcity museum, in the south west of England, was the kind of place you goto see classical statues and stuffed animals in cases until the arrival ofthe „Banksy versus the Bristol Museum‟ exhibition in the summer of 2009.More than 100 works by Banksy, the world‟s most famous graffiti artist,are found in the exhibition.Banksy is a man of mystery. He hardly ever gives interviews and likes tobe anonymous. Nobody knows much about his life or his background butmany people believe that his real name is either Robin Gunningham,Robert Banks or Robin Banks and that he was born in 1973 near Bristol.Banksy‟s controversial „street art‟ includes spray paintings on live sheepand cows and graffiti on the huge wall erected to divide Israeli andPalestine. Over 2 million dollars were spent on a Bansky original by theactor Brad Pitt. Banksy designed an album cover for the Brit pop groupBlur in 2003 but he has refused at least four requests to do adverts forNike.Bristol isn‟t the only place in Britain to welcome graffiti. The DPM Park inDundee, Scotland has the longest legal graffiti wall (360 ft to beprecise) in the UK. Anyone can paint on the council owned wall any timethey like. Mike Crilley, the graffiti wall project organizer, promotes thepositive side of graffiti and workshops are run for local children.So has graffiti gone mainstream? Not exactly. It‟s illegal to paint onsomebody elses property so make sure you find a legal graffiti wall likethe one in Dundee if you want to have a go. 15‟
  16. 16. ACTIVITY 3Read the text again and write a statement connected witheach date and place or person. Look at the example: 2009 - The year of the ‘Banksy versus the Bristol Museum exhibition’ 100 - 1973 - 2 million - 2003 - four - 360 - Bristol - The location of the museum and Banksy’s hometown Banksy - Palestine - Israel - Brad Pitt - Dundee - Mike Crilley - 10‟
  17. 17. ACTIVITY 4Role Play. You are going to do a role play with a partner.Read your role card and prepare your thoughts before youbegin. A - You are Banksy, the world’s most famous graffiti artist. You are a very private person who hardly ever gives interviews. Prepare to answer the journalist’s questions. B – You are a journalist working for a magazine. You have the chance to interview Banksy, the world’s greatest graffiti artist. Prepare some questions. Remember that Banksy is a very private person who hardly ever gives interviews. 15‟
  18. 18. TREASURE HUNTAnswer these questions about Picasso´s life and work:1. What is his full name?2.When was he born?3. When did he die?4. Find out the names of his parents, brothers or sisters5. What were the names of Picasso´s wives or lovers?6. Where were their nationalities?7. What are his children and grandchildren´s names?8. Are there any children in his paintings? Who are they?9.Is there anything special about the people´s faces or bodies?10.What animals can you see in his pictures?EXTRA11.Why did he go away from Spain? Where did he live?12. Name some of the Museums where we can find his paintingsand the cities where they are located.LINKShttp://www.picasso.com/life/index.htmlhttp://www.abcgallery.com/P/picasso/picassobio.htmlhttp://www.ocaiw.com/catalog/index.php?lang=en&catalog=pitt&author=583&page=1
  19. 19. VISIT TO MUSEO PICASSO You are going to visit my Museum, I hope you enjoy having a look at my work. Please notice that: - Paintings are very delicate, so do not go too close to them. - Walk slowly and do speak too loud so you do not disturb other visitors. Of course, eating her is totally forbidden. - Occasionally, some of my paintings visit other museums around the world. So, if one of the paintings in the activities below is not in its place, just go to next exercise. ARE YOU READY FOR ART? Who do you think may be the person in the picture? What object does is he holding in his hand? Please , take distance and look this piece with attention What is made of? What animal does it represent?Describe in detail all what How many different objectsyou can see in this are represented in thispicture. picture? Strange picture, isn‟t it? What do you think it is? And what is it doing? Are there any animals in it?
  20. 20. VISIT TO MUSEO PICASSO You are going to visit my Museum, I hope you enjoy having a look at my work. Please notice that: - Paintings are very delicate, so do not go too close to them. - Walk slowly and do not speak too loud so you do not disturb other visitors. Of course, eating her is totally forbidden. - Occasionally, some of my paintings visit other museums around the world. So, if one of the paintings in the activities below is not in its place, just go to next exercise. ARE YOU READY FOR ART? Describe in detail all what How many people are you can see in this there in the picture? picture. What are they doing? Please , take distance and look this piece with attention What is made of? What animal does it represent?Who do you think may be the person in the picture?What is his/her posture and what is he/she doing? Strange picture, isn‟t it? What do you think it is? And what is it doing? Are there any animals in it?
  21. 21. ACTIVITY 1Swap your questionnaire with its answers with apartner who had the other questionnaire. Now,read what he/she has written about each workand decide if you agree or disagree. Justify yourcomments. 15‟
  22. 22. ACTIVITY 2What museums do you know? What museums have you visited?Read the following information about some curious museums. CURIOUS MUSEUMSWhen people think about museums,they probably have in their minds the imageof the Prado Museum, The Metropolitan in New York or the Louvre in Paris. Inany case, they imagine that a series of weird museums like the ones describedbelow exist around the world.Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, IndiaIt is located in New Delhi and shows the history ofthe development of the toilet. Thanks to this museum,the use of toilets is promoted in this country, where onlytwo thirds of the population have access to toilets.We just hope that the other third do not use the ones on the Museum! The Museum of Witchcraft, England In this Museum, you can find diverse magic and witchcraft stuff stuff. Spells and curios artifact are shown to visitors. Remember that it is dangerous to use them in public … you can be burnt at the stake!The Hammer Museum, AlaskaThe Hammer Museum is the worlds only museumDedicated to hammers. It provides a view of the pastthrough the use of mans first tool. You will find over 1500 hammers ondisplay, ranging from Roman times to the present. The Paris Sewer Museum, France The fact that Paris has had the same sewer system in place since the 13th century is amazing. Visitors cannow have a look at what 800 years of human waste collection looks like. Cool! 15‟
  23. 23. ACTIVITY 3Complete these sentences about general facts about the mostimportant museums around the using present simple passive andthe words in brackets:1. The Museum of Natural History in New York ………………………………………………………………………………(visit, one million people, month)2. Visitors ……………………………………………………. (ask, to give,donative) at the entrance to the British Museum in London.3. Cameras and Camcordes ……………………………………………….(not allow, most, museums)4. The film The Da Vinci Code …………………….…………………………………………………(partly,set) in the Louvre Museum in Paris.5. ……………………………………………………………………………...in the Prado Museum or Reina Sofia Museum? (exhibit, the Guernicaby Picasso). 6. The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao … ………………………………………………………..………… ………………….. (design, arquitect Frank Gehry) 15‟
  24. 24. ACTIVITY 4Listen to the dialoge and pay attention to the pronunciation ofthe words in red:Sara: What’s the matter?Joe: I’m really bored. I want to do something, but I haven’t got much money.Sara: How about watching TV? There’s a good film on. The main character is played by Johnny Depp.Joe: No, thanks. He isn’t my favourite actor.Sara: Why don’t we go to the art gallery, then? There are some new paintings and pictures I’d like to see.Joe: Sorry, but I don’t like modern art.Sara: I know! What about going to the science museum? They have always got interesting things there and it’s free!Joe: Good idea! Let’s go there now! The words in red end in the /ə/ soundWhich words below end in the /ə/ sound? Listen and check. sculpture write theatre cinema cinema museum director 10‟
  25. 25. ACTIVITY 1Imagine you are a gifted young writer. You will haveto invent a brief plot for your new Bestseller. Youhave to use the characters, the setting and theitems from the cards you have chosen.Of course, you are invited to include more characters and items.It is up to your imagination!!!The whole group will collaborate in this task.Together you will have to illustrate the plot in adigital poster using Glogster. You can finish yourwork at home if necessary. Include the cards in theposter and do not forget the title!!! It should bevery attractive if you want people buy your book. The whole class will vote for the winner of the Young Writters Competition!!!! 55‟
  26. 26. ACTIVITY 1Read this summary of Chapter 5.Complete it with the missing words.Write one word for each space.When they arrive in Hong Kong, InspectorFix …………….. dissapointed to find thatthe British officials tehre don’t knowanything about …………… arrest warrant.Then …………….. recognises Passepartoutgoing …………….. The steps of the Carnatic and he goesto …………… to him. Passepartout tells his master thatthe Carnatic is ……………… that night. Inspector Fix wantsPhileas Fogg to miss the ship so he can keep him ……………..Hong Kong. He makes a plan to get Passepartout drunk so thathe ………………..not tell his master about the ship.The next day Phileas Fogg is surprised to see that hismanservant is …………………..there, but he goes to the portwith Mrs Aouda. The ship is not there either, so Phileas Foggspeaks to another captain, who agrees to take …………………toYokohama. He invites Inspector Fix, who is watching him andMrs Aouda, to join them. 10‟
  27. 27. ACTIVITY 2In Chapter 6, the main characters have to travel bytrain. Imagine you are one of the passenger on thetrain. A reporter asks you some questions aboutwhat happened at Medicine Bow. Answer thequestions and practise the dialogue with yourpartner. Write some more questions of your own.1. Why did the train stop?……………………………………………………………………….2. What did the train driver decide to do?………………………………………………………………………..3. What did the other passengers think of this?………………………………………………………………………..4. Did you agree with them?………………………………………………………………………….5. Were you scared?………………………………………………………………………… 15‟
  28. 28. ACTIVITY 3In Chapter 4 of the book, the main characters decide to go thecircus in Hong Kong. Watch the videos and pay attention to theCirque du Soleil’s artists and what they can do. Have you everbeen to a performance like this? Probably, you have gone to thecircus, was it like this? Work with your partner and write thedifferences and similarities between the traditional Circus andCirque du Soleil performances. 20‟
  29. 29. ACTIVITY4 Match the pictures with the description in the boxes.1 He uses colourful clothes and big shoes. He normally wears a red nose. His aim is make people laugh.2 He makes tricks and amazing performance whch seem impossible to TAMER the audience.3 He is a performer who throws JUGGLER and catches various items without ever dropping any of them. The items can be balls, hoops, and even fruit pieces!4 He is an animal trainer and a performer who uses wild CLOWN animals, such as lions, to entertain an audience. RINGMASTER5 It can be a dangerous job because they have to jump on the air and at a high level. They need to be physically fit and flexible.6 He is the circus show host. He MAGICIAN introduces the previous characters: he normally weras a red jacket and big black hat. ACROBAT 10‟
  30. 30. SESSION 1 – ACT. 3Read the text again. Choose the best option:1. Books are normally labelled: a) at the back b) at the cover c) at the first page2. Books are registered in www.bookcrossing.com and you are invited to: a) take it and read it b) buy it and read it c) label it3. Books are left in: a) popular places b) public places c) private places4. The idea of Bookcrossing: a) came from and Englishman b) originated on TV c) finished with the setting of a website5. When you find a book you have to: a) read it first b) register it on the website c) label it In what ther public places can you leave a book? 10‟
  31. 31. SESSION 3 – ACT. 2Dialogue 1:- Are you sure you don’t prefer the black one?- No, I will take the brown one.- Look, it is made of real leather and the price is great!!- Then I will take the black one! I’ll look for my size.Dialogue 2:- Can I borrow your 3D glasses?- Of course! Are you going to the cinema tonight?- I think so, my girlfriend wants to see the last movie from James Cameron.- It is very good! It is made with the ultimate technology.Dialogue 3:- I love it! It is so expressive! Miguel Angel was a great artist.- Is it made of stone or steel?- I think it’s marble.- Mmmm …. Who represents it?- You are joking! It’s the David by Miguel Angel.Dialogue 4:- Is it your first visit?- No, I came once with my parents but I was very young.- Why is located on top of the city?- Because it was a palace and also as a means of defense.Dialogue 5:- When is it celebrated?- In April or March, It is not always on the same date.- Do we have to go to school?- No, it is a holy celebration around Spain and other countries. 15‟
  32. 32. SESSION 4 – ACT. 3Read the text again and match each statement with the rightdate and place or person. Look at the example:2009 is The year of the ‘Banksy versus the Bristol Museum exhibition’100 - The length of the graffiti wall in Dundee.1973 - The number of times Banksy has refused to do adverts for Nike2 million - The number works by Banksy at the Bristol Museum exhibition.2003 - The year Banksy was (probably) born.four - The money (in dollars) Brad Pitt paid for a Banksy painting360 - Banksy designed an album cover for Blur Bristol is the location of the museum and Banksy’s hometown Banksy - Banksy painted on the Israeli West Bank Barrier Palestine - He bought a painting Banksy painting for 2 million dollars. Israel - The world’s greatest graffiti artist. Brad Pitt - He organizes the legal graffiti wall in Dundee, Scotland. Dundee - Banksy painted on the Israeli West Bank Barrier. Mike Crilley - The longest legal graffiti wall in the UK is here. 10‟

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