The fourth period listening P7 P41 P44
Do some listening practiceon page 7, StepⅠ Listening Listen and answer the questions in Exercise1&2 Answers: 1 John. 2 Susan. 3 He wants to seethe exhibition of Chinese art.
4 Small galleries.
5It is big, crowdedand too expensive. 6 Modern art. 7 The Frick collection and the Metropolitan Museum on Friday and the Whitney and the Guggenheim onSaturday. StepⅡ Discussion So far, we have learned some knowledge about the art. Let's talk about how to express likes and preferences. Let's see some sentence structures. Discuss the questions on page41
Lookat somesentences structures: I’dprefer…
I’drather… I’dlike… Which would youprefer…? I really prefer… Would you rather…? Would you like…or
Sampledialogue1 S1:Who are your favorite Chinese artists? S2: I’d prefer the Chinese famous painter Qi Baishi, who is a master of traditional Chinese realistic paintings. He is good at combining two kinds of
techniques: traditional Chinese realistic painting and freehand brushwork in
traditional Chinese painting. S1:Would you like any western artists? S2: Yes, of course. I prefer the Italian artist Giotto di Bondone. He is
well-known forhis rediscovery ofthe third dimension
Sample dialogue 2 S1:Which style would you prefer, two –dimensional orthree-dimensional? S2: I prefer two-dimensional style. My favorite art style is photography. My ideal is to be a photographer. Images and information can be presented to thrill and inspire people. S1: I’drather like three dimensional style. I like pottery very much Sample dialogue 3 S1: There are many kinds of folk arts in China, such as paper cutting ,kites,
jade and other stone carvings, etc. what kind ofChinese art doyou like best? S2: Ienjoy papercutting very much. Thecrafts usesimple materials. S3: I’d rather like clay figures. Chinese folk artists use simple and cheap materials to make small and delicate handicraft. Clay figurine making is a unique folk handicraft ofChina.
Task2: Do some listening practiceon page 44. Keys: 1 What aboutvisiting someart galleries? 2 There’seven a section onChinese art .I’dlike to see that. 3 Well, the Frick Collection is quite small, and it has a beautiful garden.
4 Oh no. It’stoo big and crowded. 5 Modern art! Do we have to? I’m not very fond of that stuff. Amonkey could have painted better pictures than someof thosepaintings.
6 Metropolitan stays openuntil 8:45 onFriday evenings.
7 ...They’re quite close together. The Guggenheim stays open till late on Saturdays... 2 Listen again and then answer the questions. P41 1 vase 2 paints and brushes 3 book 4 wall hanging
P41 2 1 Xiao Wei. 2 It was tooexpensive. 3 Mrs. Hang would probablyhave known what to get Mr Wang. 4 At first he liked the book but later he thought the wall hanging would be the
5 I think they will probably get the wall hanging because the others seem to respect Wang Pei’s opinion. Also, they know Mr Hang likes that type of Wall
P44 Listening task new words:pottery 陶器 Buddhism 佛教
architecture 建筑 typical 典型的 1 Discuss:
brush strokes 绘画的技巧 technique 技巧，手法
In what period doyou think they were?
2 Listen to the tape: Number the artworks 1---6 to show the order in which Zhang Lin talks about
3 5 2 6 1 4
Answer key for Ex.2 1 5000—3000BC 2 First century AD Tang Dynasty 3 SongDynasty
4Yuan Dynasty 5 20th century 6 20th century
Key forEx 4: 1 Painted pottery. 2 Religious themes, organized system of drawing focused on the use of brush strokes. 3 The traditionalstyle that is practiced even today was welldeveloped .Pictures of human figures; animals and everyday life were popular during the Tang Dynasty. 4 Pictures of human figures and still life became popular. Scenery did not look
realistic with a particular part ofthe scenery enlarged/focused on. 5&6 Painters have become influenced by Western art, both abstract and realistic art painted. Feedback
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