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«Повышение квалификаций различных категорий работников образования и формирование у них базовой педагогической ИКТ – компетентности»

по программе
«Информационные технологии в деятельности учителя – предметника»

Работу выполнила: Никищенкова Людмила Викторовна учитель 1 квалификационной категории МОУ средняя общеобразовательная школа №11 города Искитима Новосибирской области

Цели:
• познавательный аспект -знакомство с различными субкультурами и современными музыкальными направлениями; • развивающий аспект -развитие оперативной памяти, способности к сравнению, классификации; • воспитательный аспект -формирование терпимого отношения и уважения мнения другого человека; • учебный аспект -формирование лексических навыков чтения

Задачи:
-развитие умения читать с целью извлечения информации и

детального понимания содержания -развитие навыков и умений устной речи, аудирования.

music

image

Cultural grouping = subculture

Values/behavior

The history of teenagers‟ cultural grouping

. When the new trend in music, Rock-n-Roll, appeared in the
1950s, it immediately became very popular with young people. The first group was «Teddy Boys». Their clothes were an initation of the clothes which were worn in Edwardian Englandthe time of the reign of Edward VII, the beginning of the 20th century (Ted and Teddy are abbreviations of Edward). They wore long jackets with velvet collars, «drainpipe» trousers( so tight that they looked like drainpipes) and brightly coloured socks. Their shoes had very sick rubber soles and their long hair was swept upwards and backwards. This was like a revolution in fashion: before the Teddy boys came, young people had usually worn the same kind of clothes as their parents. Now they wore what they like.

-distinct -to express his or her identity -to rebel against -to reject -rebellious - to conform to - to support a liberal attitude and lifestyle - to try out all sort of options - to be violent - to identify themselves with a particular subculture

rocker mod

punk

hacker
skinhead

subcultures
raver goth hippie biker

• C. A young person who wears a leather jacket, army boots and a cowboy hat just to show off. He is associated with something rebellious.

• A. These people developed their own style distinct from others. A per-son has college-style hair, a neat white shirt, a short jacket, or a short blazer jacket, and narrow trousers. The clothes are Italian by choice. Pale face, plenty of makeup. Scooters* (light motor cycles) are the preferred means of transportation. He or she prefers soul* music.

• D. Some classify these types of people like drug users and rock and roll fans, since their behaviours differ from social norms. They don't conform (don't keep) to society's standards and support a liberal attitude and lifestyle. They always want to change the world to the best.

• E. They are the 'wizards' of the computer community; people with a deep understanding of how their computers work, and can do things with them that seem 'magical'. They do not protest against their parents.

• B. A young person who dresses in a shocking way to express his other identity (who somebody is). He or she has brightly coloured hair and wears metal chains. The person is thought to rebel (protest) against the society. The music is aggressive. They reject (say no to) everything.

• F. These are the folks who use computer-made, synthesized music, and drugs to create massive all-night dance parties in empty warehouses(склад). They like to be in a collective. They want to try out all sort of options (to test all things that they can choose) and are thought to be violent (showing strong physical force).

• G. The members of this subculture wear the blackest black, with a lot of silver jewellry and have very black hair and look as thin and pale as possible. The members gather together to read Bram Stoker* and talk about being vampires, and about the end of the world.

• H. All persons who ride themselves with a particular (special) subculture.2 or sometimes 3 wheeled motorized vehicles and who identify themselves with a particular subculture.

• I. They cut their hair shorter than others do. The majority of them are working class, patriotic, reggae and football fanatics, and very uninter-ested in politics. Most wear tight trousers and heavy boots (Doc Martens) and are usually regarded as violent and aggressive.

• „Pop‟ is short for „popular‟ and there has always been popular music. But until the 1950 there wasn‟t a style of music just for young people. That all changed when rock and roll began. Since then, hundreds of styles and stars have come and gone. Musical technology has changed a lot too. Here, we look at the highlights of rock and pop‟s history.

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Rock and roll began in America. Some of its first big stars were black – for example Chuck Berry, Fats Domino and Little Richard. They brought traditional „rhythm and blues‟ to a big new TV audience. Then, white singers began to copy them. Among them were Bill Haley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holy and others. But the most popular of them all was Elvis Aaron Presley. Elvis wasn‟t like the American singers of the ‟40s and early ‟50. He wasn‟t neat, sweet and safe. He was rough, tough and dangerous.His music was dangerous, too. He called himself „The King of Rock and Roll‟ and played an electric guitar.

Pop exploded in the ‟60s. After Elvis, hundreds of new groups and singers appeared. In Britain, two groups quickly became more popular than all the others. One was „The Rolling Stones‟.They played hard, aggressive rock and roll. The other group played a mixture of rock and pop. They came from Liverpool. Their name was „The Beatles‟. In Detroit(the USA) producer Berry Gordy started a new record label – Motown. Stars on the Motown included Diana Ross, Smokey Robinson, Stevie Wonder and the Jackson Five(including the youngest of the Jackson brothers, Michael). There were stars who mixed folk music with rock and pop styles: Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, James Taylor and Simon and Garfunkel. Finally, there was “hippy rock”. This was the time of “flower-power” and protests against the Vietnam War.It was also the time when rock festivals became important. The biggest, in 1969 was on a farm in New York State called “Woodstock”.

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Two groups show the different sides of ‟70s pop – “ABBA” and “The Sex Pistols”. Sweden‟s “ABBA” worked with the latest technology.Their songs were popular with people from 8 to 80. They were rich. They made videos. There were a lot of other ‟70s superstars, too – Elton John, David Bowie, Rod Stewart, “Queen”. But for many people that superstar pop didn‟t take enough risks. Some of them decided to play a new, more dangerous kind of music – punk rock. The punk revolution began in small clubs. Everything about their clothes and music was different. They didn‟t look happy and rich. They looked poor and angry.They didn‟t smile – they spat. They weren‟t good musicians – many of them couldn‟t play their instruments at all. Groups like “The Sex Pistols” brought new energy to music.Punk started as a revolution…by 1980 it was a fashion.

• The most important musical event of the ‟80s was “Live Aid”. Live Aid‟s stars included Sting, Sade, U2, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Madonna, Mick Jagger, Tina Turner, “The Beach Boys” ,Paul McCartney and others, who raised money for the starving people.

British and German underground • Techno culture is a youth movement, Shrill, colorful and spontaneous. What makes it very different is its tolerance and openness and its opposition to strict political ideologies.

Dance clubs The beginning of 90s

Groups: the Prodigy, the Chemical Brothers

TECHNO
Clubs in many cities bass, Of the world psychedelia of Drum and

acid trance

Match the descriptions with the styles.
Psychedelic or acid rock; Reggae; Punk rock; Rock-n-roll; Techno.
 It began in the early1950s in the USA. Within a few years it had become America's newest and most popular kind of music. In the mid-1950s it became the central part of rebellion.  These free-form improvisation and light shows appeared about 1966.  This music began in the UK and was thought to be aggressive. It was a rejection of everything that had been before. It was designed to shock.  This is the most important form of the 1970s and 1980s. It has a heavy dance beat, but is not too fast. It is a mix of rock, African and South American music. It has a message of peace and optimism.  This music is made on computers and performed mainly by deejays instead of old-fashioned bands.

You like nice, loud music-everything from the Rolling Stones to today‟s heavy metal. You have long hair and a Leather jacket.

You like very new British bandsdifferent, modern, interesting. You buy your clothes at street markets.

You like the pretty songs on the radio 24 hours a day-and in supermarkets! Australians Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan are your favourites. You look…well, normal!

You like mostly black bands-with a heavy beat and lots of words. You wear dark glasses and athletics shoes.

You like a non-stop beat. The music is more important than the words.

You like nice, loud music-everithing from the Rolling Stones to today‟s heavy metal. You have long hair and a Leather jacket.

You like very new British bandsdifferent, modern, niteresting. You buy your clothes at street markets.

You like the pretty songs on the radio 24 hours a day-and in supermarkets! Australians Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan are your favourites. You look…well, normal!

You like mostly black bands-with a heavy beat and lots of words. You wear dark glasses and athletics shoes.

You like a non-stop beat. The music is more important than the words.

600 500 400 300 200 100 0 2007 Rap Dance Jazz Pop Rock Techno Reggae

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1. rap 2. message 3. heavy metal 4. beat 5. greats 6. band

• a) the ideas in the words of a song • b) the rhythm or time of music • c)the most popular people/things in the history of something • d) a group of musicians • e) modern rock‟n‟roll, very loud • f)new mainly black music with important words

• to protest, to reject, to rebel, to conform • violent, liberal, aggressive, shocking • helpful, voluntary, rebeIlious, kind • classic, reggae, techno, punk • pioneer, punk, scout, Komsomol member

Do a crossword puzzle and you’ll learn the subculture American ex-president Bill Clinton belonged to in his youth.
• a «wizard» of computers • a person with a short hair cut, listening reggae • a person dressed in a shocking way (very bright hair) • equipment necessary for making techno music • a person with a motorbike • a person visiting all-night dance parties Bill Clinton was a…

В ходе урока учащиеся познакомились с разными молодёжными движениями, музыкальными стилями. Работая по данной теме, учащиеся закрепили навыки и умения в основных видах деятельности (аудировании, чтении, говорении, письме)


				
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