Цель: ознакомиться с жизнью и творчеством великого поэта.

Задачи
Учебная: практика монологической и диалогической речи, тренировка изученной лексики, умения выразительного чтения, навыка восприятия речи на слух.
Развивающая: развитие языковой и  коммуникативной компетенций.
Воспитательная: воспитание любви к литературе страны изучаемого языка, развитие эстетического вкуса, повышение мотивации к предмету.

Оборудование: ноутбук, проектор, экран, декорации для сцен путешествия, костюмы.

Ход мероприятия
Мероприятие проходит в актовом зале. Учащихся приглашают в зал. На сцене учащиеся разыгрывают сцену диалога королевы Англии и министров.

The Queen: Now I see, my dear friends, our political affairs are fine and we can pay attention to the cultural development of England. What plays are worth seeing nowadays?
The first council: Your Majesty, do you remember that play you saw at the «Globe  Theatre» last week?
The Queen: Oh, yes, I liked play «A Midsummer Night’s Dream».
The second council: You should see a new play by this author, Your Majesty. It is called «Romeo and Juliet». It is very tragic but it is really worth seeing.
Герои уходят со сцены.
Teacher: Good morning, dear students! As you can guess from the short extract from the film today we are going to speak about one of the greatest English writers William Shakespeare, his life and creative work. I invite to make an exciting trip to the past with the help of this chronometer. The first our stop - 1589 year.
На сцене появляется ученик, исполняющий роль друга Шекспира Тоби.
Teacher: Do you know this man? This is Toby one of the William Shakespeare’s friends.
Toby: Hello, dear friends. I guess you want to know about my good friend Will Shakespeare.
Рассказ сопровождается презентацией (презентация 1).
Shakespeare was born on 23 April. 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon in England. His father is a successful glove-maker and a farmer. His mother is the daughter of a farmer. Shakespeare is the third child in the family and he has seven brothers and sisters. His father keeps his shop in this house in Stratford-upon-Avon.
His eight children were born here. You can see the modest room in this house where William was born. It has dark furniture and small windows. Their cottage and the furniture are reconstructed and you forget things are really old. Will got a very good education. He was educated at the King’s New School in Stratford. The school provided an intensive education in Latin grammar and the classics. At the age of 18 Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway. She was 26. In 1587 William went to work in London. Since then he has devoted all his life to acting, writing plays and to the Globe Theatre.
Тоби покидает сцену.
Teacher: Our next stop is the Globe Theatre.
На сцене декорации небольшой комнатки, за письменным столом ученик в роли Шекспира.  Он замечает наше присутствие и поворачивается к нам.
Shakespeare: Hello, boys and girls. It’s so nice to see you here. You are my guests and I have a surprise for you. Do you like to play? I have prepared a quiz for you. Let’s start.
Учащимся предлагаются задания (презентация 2).
Shakespeare: The first task is to complete the sayings from my works.
Hamlet
1. that or not to be: is the question be To
2. soul of Brevity is  the wit
King  Richard III
1. My horse! kingom A horse! for a horse
King Henry IV, Part II
1. A once can man die but
King Henry VI, Part I
1. dangerous delays ends have
Timon of Athens
1. better days we have seen
King Lear
1. nothing of nothing will come
2. my tongue. richer than is my love
King Henry V
1. few men of best men words are the
Shakespeare: I see you know my poems. And what about my biography? Answer some questions.
Учащимся предлагают ответить на вопросы (презентация 3).
1. In what year was Shakespeare born?
A. 1564
B. 1616
C. 1558
D. 1592
2. What town or city was Shakespeare born in?
A. London
B. Stratford-upon-Avon
C. Snitterfield
D. Oxford
3. Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, but what county is the town in?
A. Sussex
B. Norfolk
C. Durham
D. Warwickshire        
4. The names of Shakespeare’s father and mother were:
A. Abraham and Sara
B. William and Anne
C. John and Mary
5. Shakespeare attended the Stratford Grammar School, also known as the King’s New School:
A. From 1569 to 1579
B. He did not attend school.
C. There are no records of his school attendance, but it is highly likely he attended that school.
6. Who did Shakespeare marry?
A. Judith Sadler
B. Susanna Hall
C. Anne Hathaway
D. Mary Queen of Scots
7. How old was Shakespeare when he got married?
A. 17
B. 18
C. 19
D. 20   
8. Shakespeare was the father of how many children?
A. 3
B. 2
C. 10
D. 1
9. Shakespeare left his home town of Stratford because:
A. He was caught poaching on the lands of Sir Thomas Lucy and fled to avoid prosecution.
B. He was apprenticed to his father who was a butcher. He hated the work and ran away to London.
C. He took a job as a school teacher in the country, and left to pursue this career.
D. It is not known for sure how or why he left.
10. The London theaters were closed on account of a virulent outbreak of the plague in 1593 and part of 1594. Specifically, what disease was this?
A. Tuberculosis
B. The Plague of Frogs
C. Bubonic Plague
D. The pox
11. In what year was the Globe Theater built?
A. 1594
B. 1599
C. 1608
D. 1613
12. Some time after 1599-1600 Shakespeare turned from writing predominantly romantic comedies and history plays to tragedies. Which five plays are known as his «great tragedies»?
A. Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth, King Lear, Antony and Cleopatra
B. The Merchant of Venice, Henry IV Part 1, Henry IV Part 2, Henry V, Twelfth Night
C. King John, Henry VI Part 1, Richard II, Richard III, Henry VIII
D. Measure for Measure, Troilus and Cressida, Coriolanus, Timon of Athens, Cymbeline
13.  In 1603 Shakespeare’s acting company, The Lord Chamberlain’s Men, became the King’s Men. Which king was their patron?
A. George III
B. James I
C. Edward III
D. Henry VIII
14. In his later years, Shakespeare collaborated with what author on the play The Two Noble Kinsmen?
A. Thomas Middleton
B. Francis Beaumont
C. Christopher Marlowe
D. John Fletcher
E. Ben Jonson
15. In what year did Shakespeare die?
A. 1599
B. 1616
C. 1623
D. 1642
16. How much did Shakespeare write?
A. 1 play, 38 sonnets and 154 epic narrative poems
B. 54 plays, 5 sonnets, and 38 epic narrative plays
C. 4 plays, 38 sonnets, and 5 epic narrative poem
D. 38 plays, 154 sonnets, and 2 epic narrative poems             
17. In what year was the first collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays, called the First Folio, published?
A. 1599
B. 1616
C. 1623
D. 1685
18. Is it reasonable to think that someone other than William Shakespeare (1564-1616) of Stratford-upon-Avon wrote the works attributed to him?
A. Yes.
B. No.
 Shakespeare: Well done. I hope you had a great time. Unfortunately I am very busy, it’s time to say good-buy.
Teacher: We continue our trip and the next stop is - Verona, Italy.
На сцене появляются ученики в роли Ромео и Джульетты.
Выразительное чтение фрагмента из трагедии «Ромео и Джульетта» (акт II сцена 2) на английском и русском языках.
Scene II
Juliet    
O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?
Deny thy father and refuse thy name;
Or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love,
And I’ll no longer be a Capulet.
Romeo   
Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?
Juliet    
Thou art thyself, though not a Montague.
What’s a Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot,
Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part
Belonging to a man? O, be some other name?
What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;
So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call,
Retain that dear perfection which he owes.
Without that title. Romeo, doff thy name,
And for that name which is no part of thee
Take all myself.
Romeo   
I take thee at thy word: Call me but love, and
I’ll be new baptizeol; hecnceforth I never will be
Romeo.

Teacher: Shakespeare’s poems are really great. And now it’s time to listen to his sonnets.
Ученики читают сонеты.

Teacher: There are a lot of sayings from Shakespeare’s works which people use nowadays. I hope you will be able to match the sayings with their translations. (Презентация 4.)

The beginning of the end.
All is well that ends well.
Life is not all cakes and ale.
Brevity is the soul of wit.
Much ado about nothing.
Sweets to the sweets.
To win golden opinions.
A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a house!
There  the  rub.
All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players.
Love’s blind.
I must be cruel, only to be kind.
Весь мир - театр. И все мы  в нем актеры.
Прекрасное - прекрасной.
Любовь слепа.
Много шума из ничего.
Краткость - сестра таланта.
Начало конца.
Коня, коня! Полцарства за коня!
Из жалости я должен быть жесток.
Все хорошо, что хорошо кончается.
Жизнь прожить - не поле перейти.
Заслужить благоприятное мнение.
Вот в чем загвоздка.

Учитель подводит итоги.
Teacher: It’s the end of our trip. Did you like our journey? What have you learnt today? Do you agree that Shakespeare is a true creator? Why do you think so?
Ученики отвечают.
Teacher: Thank you for your work.

Прим. ред. Презентации к мероприятию опубликованы на сайте «Учительской газеты» http://www.ug.ru/method_article/792
Другие материалы к 450-летию Уильяма Шекспира читайте также на сайте, в разделе «Методическая кухня», рубриках «Русский язык и литература» («Сценарии»), «Иностранные языки» («Сценарии»).

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