Lesson purpose: Acquaintance of students with features of art and architecture of medieval Europe.
Objectives of the lesson:
To introduce the concepts of “stained glass”, “Gothic”, “box-rose”, “portal”;
Shaping children’s ideas about the diversity of artistic cultures of the peoples of the earth.
To develop the ability to reason, to analyze; the ability to work together, keeping the spirit of co-creation;
To raise cognitive interest, interest in the subject.
Tutorial on fine art: A. L. Nemsky “Every nation – artist”,
– V. I. Kolyakin “Methods of studying collective creativity”, Vlados, 2002.
Equipment: PC, screen, projector, Board, textbook, “Every nation – artist”, visual AIDS on the subject, children’s past works.
1.Organizational moment. (2 – 3 min)
The message of the theme and goals of the lesson.
– The guys you love to travel? (Yes!).
Today the time machine will take us 700 years ago in medieval city.
(Slide 2). What would you like to know, once in a medieval city?
(About everything, about people, about architecture, etc.)
– Then listen and watch.
2.Explanation of new material. (15 min)
In front of you at the desks are dictionaries, in which during the lesson we will write down unfamiliar words. ( Architecture, Cathedral, Gothic, portal, window, rose, stained glass ).
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The great wall of China
If you haven’t heard about the great wall, then perhaps you live in a different world, because this building survived for millennia on hearing almost every first man on Earth, it is no wonder it is called one of the seven wonders of the world. Just imagine how much time and energy went into the construction of the great wall. Thus, in this version, she really left and continues to be great, affecting the minds of tourists and instilling pride in those who honor the work of their ancestors. However, despite the high importance and attractiveness for tourists now, the story of building the great wall of China at some point, is tragic enough.
The history of the erection
The construction of the wall began in the 4th century BC around the same time as 4 Chinese kingdoms, who needed protection from potential barbarians. Fearing the expansion of the Chinese people, the walls began to build large kingdoms of Qin, Wei, Yan and Zhao. During this period, some pieces of walls were gradually fused together and ultimately merged into one coherent and powerful state, protected by a huge, impenetrable wall. It raised the level of protection of the kingdoms to unprecedented heights, and before the eyes of the invaders appeared, the will of the Chinese people to freedom. It happened when the country was ruled by Qin Shi Huangdi – one Continue reading
In the second Millennium BC after the city’s Indo-Gangetic plain are in decline, highly developed and standardized art, the basis of which was a brick, gave way to the Vedic period with its nameless pastoral settlements, built of clay, cane, bambalacha and other species of trees growing in the valleys of the rivers Saraswati and Ganga. Although we do not have samples of structures of the Vedic period, it is possible to judge according to the works of Buddhist sculptors. They were often depicted some episodes of the life of the Buddha in the architectural masonry of this period.
Borobudur and Prambanan temples of Indonesia
Borobudur – Buddhist stupa and associated temple complex tradition of Mahayana Buddhism. It is the largest Buddhist monument on Earth. Borobudur is located on the island of Java in Indonesia Central Java province, 40 km Northwest of Yogyakarta. The name may derive from the Sanskrit “Vihara Buddha Ur”, which translates to “a Buddhist temple on the mountain”. Borobudur is built as a huge stupa, which is made in the shape of a giant mandala. The Foundation of the stupa square with a side of 118 m. At the stupa there are eight tiers, five lower – square, and top three – round. This mandala Continue reading