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Практика говорения через англоязычный кинематограф

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Пособие содержит комплексы заданий и упражнений для просмотра и последующего обсуждения художественных и анимационных фильмов на английском языке, сходных по тематике с проблемами, обсуждаемыми в рамках учебных занятий по дисциплине «Практика устной и письменной речи» на старших курсах. Пособие может быть использовано на промежуточном/ завершающем этапе изучения темы с целью ее обобщения и систематизации пройденного, а также для организации аудиторной самостоятельной работы обучающихся. Пособие предназначено для студентов старших курсов, обучающихся по направлению подготовки 44.03.05 - Педагогическое направление (профиль - Иностранный язык (с двумя языками)). Оно также может быть использовано для работы со старшеклассниками, изучающими английский язык углубленно, и для широкого круга лиц с целью совершенствования навыков говорения, аудирования и расширения социокультурных знаний. Рекомендовано для слушателей программ дополнительного профессионального образования соответствующего направления подготовки.
Стурова, Е. А. Практика говорения через англоязычный кинематограф : учебное пособие / Е. А. Стурова. - Липецк : ЛГПУ имени П. П. Семёнова-Тян-Шанского, 2020. - 83 с. - ISBN 978-5-907335-11-0. - Текст : электронный. - URL: https://znanium.ru/catalog/product/2158089 (дата обращения: 19.07.2024). – Режим доступа: по подписке.
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Е.А. Стурова 

 

 
 

ПРАКТИКА ГОВОРЕНИЯ  

ЧЕРЕЗ  

АНГЛОЯЗЫЧНЫЙ КИНЕМАТОГРАФ 

 
 
 

Учебное пособие 

 
 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Липецк – 2020

 

 

МИНИСТЕРСТВО ПРОСВЕЩЕНИЯ РФ 

ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ БЮДЖЕТНОЕ  

ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ ВЫСШЕГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ 

«ЛИПЕЦКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ ПЕДАГОГИЧЕСКИЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ 

ИМЕНИ П.П. СЕМЕНОВА-ТЯН-ШАНСКОГО» 

 

ИНСТИТУТ ФИЛОЛОГИИ 

 

Кафедра английского языка 

 

 

 

Е.А. Стурова 

 

PRACTISE SPEAKING  

THROUGH  

ENGLISH CINEMA 

 
 

Учебное пособие 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Липецк – 2020 

 

 

 

 

МИНИСТЕРСТВО ПРОСВЕЩЕНИЯ РФ 

ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ БЮДЖЕТНОЕ  

ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ ВЫСШЕГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ 

«ЛИПЕЦКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ ПЕДАГОГИЧЕСКИЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ 

ИМЕНИ П.П. СЕМЕНОВА-ТЯН-ШАНСКОГО» 

 

ИНСТИТУТ ФИЛОЛОГИИ 

 

Кафедра английского языка 

 

 

Е.А. Стурова 

 
 
 

ПРАКТИКА ГОВОРЕНИЯ  

ЧЕРЕЗ  

АНГЛОЯЗЫЧНЫЙ КИНЕМАТОГРАФ 

 

 

 

Учебное пособие  

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Липецк – 2020 

 

 

 

 

УДК 811.111
ББК 81.432.1я73
С 88

Печатается по решению 
кафедры английского языка
ФГБОУ 
ВО 
«ЛГПУ 
имени 

П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского». 
Протокол № 1 от 31.08.2020 г.

 

Стурова, 
Е.А. 
Практика 
говорения 
через 
англоязычный  

кинематограф: учебное пособие / Е.А. Стурова. – Липецк: ЛГПУ имени  
П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского, 2020. – 83 с. 
 
ISBN 978-5-907335-11-0 

 
Пособие содержит комплексы заданий и упражнений для просмотра и 

последующего обсуждения художественных и анимационных фильмов на 
английском языке, сходных по тематике с проблемами, обсуждаемыми в 
рамках учебных занятий по дисциплине «Практика устной и письменной речи» 
на старших курсах. Пособие может быть использовано на промежуточном/ 
завершающем этапе изучения темы с целью ее обобщения и систематизации 
пройденного, а также для организации аудиторной самостоятельной работы 
обучающихся. 

Пособие предназначено для студентов старших курсов, обучающихся по 

направлению подготовки 44.03.05 – Педагогическое направление (профиль – 
Иностранный язык (с двумя языками)). Оно также может быть использовано 
для работы со старшеклассниками, изучающими английский язык углубленно, 
и для широкого круга лиц с целью совершенствования навыков говорения, 
аудирования и расширения социокультурных знаний. Рекомендовано для 
слушателей программ дополнительного профессионального образования 
соответствующего направления подготовки. 

 

УДК 811.111 
ББК 81.432.1я73 
С 88 

Рецензенты: 

Чудинова Елена Влдиславовна 

кандидат педагогических наук наук, доцент  

(Липецкий филиал РАНХиГС при Президенте РФ) 

Ольга Алексеевна Дормидонтова 

кандидат филологических наук, доцент 

(ФГБОУ ВО «Липецкий государственный педагогический университет  

имени П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского) 

 

ISBN 978-5-907335-11-0
© ФГБОУ ВО «Липецкий государственный 
педагогический университет имени 
П.П. Семенова-Тян-Шанского», 2020
© Е.А. Стурова, 2020

CONTENTS 
 
Unit 1. Education & Career.………………………………………………………...4 
Mona Lisa Smile.……………………………………………………………...………4 
The Prince and Me.…………………………………………………………..………10 
Exam.………………………………………………………………………………...13 
Unit 2. Music & Art.……………………………………………………………..…18 
Into the Woods..……………………………………………………………………...18 
Phantom of the Opera.……………………………………………………………….20 
Big Eyes.……………………………………………………………………….…….22 
Unit 3. Family Values. Friendship & Relationship ………………………………23  
Greta...……………………………………………………………………………….23 
13 Going on 30…………………………………………………………………...….25 
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days ………………………………………………..…….30 
Unit 4. Crime & Punishment …………………………………………………..….34 
The Best Offer………...……………………………………………………………..34 
Thomas Crown’s Affair..……………………………………………………………36 
Fracture.……………………………………………………………………………...37 
Unit 5. The Environment. Society & Future ……………………………………..40 
The Circle………………………………………………………………………..…..40 
I.T.……………………………………………………………………………….…..43 
Twelve Monkeys…………………………………………………………………….44 
Keys & Answers …………………………………………………………………….46 
Supplementary materials ……………………………………………………………77 
Sourses ………………………………………………………………………………80 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

UNIT 1. EDUCATION & CAREER 

 

MONA LISA SMILE  
(by Mike Newell, 2003) 

 
Pre-watching  
 
1. What do you think the film is about, judging by its title and considering the actors 

in the lead? 

2. Is it going to be a comedy/ a drama/ a melodrama/, etc. (your suggestion)? 
 
While-watching (Comprehension questions before the main discussion) 
 
While watching the film, make sure that you answer do the questions below 
 
1. When does the action of the film take place? 
2. What is the Katherine Watson? 
3. How old is she? 
4. Where does Katherine come to work? 
5. What problems did Katherine encounter at her work place? 
6. Characterize briefly: Betty Warren; Connie Baker; Joan Brandwyn; Giselle Levy 
7. How did Katherine manage to win the girls hearts? 
8. What is Katherine’s attitude marriage? 
9. What is the main point in a relationship for Katherine? 
10. What does the finale of the film envisage? 
 
After-watching 
 

QUIZ: True or False 

 
State whether the sentences below are true or false and gain 2 points for each correct 
answer: 
 
1. Katherine's course is highly popular.  
2. The college invites Katherine to return the next academic year unconditionally.  
3. Katherine’s students have memorized the entire textbook and syllabus prior to her 

classes.  

4. Katherine uses her classes to introduce the students Renaissance art.  
5. The students of Wellesley see their goal in the marriage to eligible young men.  
6. Bill is a WWII hero, who fought in Italy during the war.  
7. Katherine decides to leave the college in order to explore China.  
8. Betty is unhappy in her marriage.  
9. Betty dedicates her last editorial to her fellow alumnae.  

10.  As Katherine's taxi speeds away at the end of the film, all her students follow on 

their scooters.  

Matching Quiz 

 
Match characters with their names from the box and gain 1 point for each correct 
answer: 
 

1
2
3

4
5

 

Katherine  Watson
Joan Brandwyn
Giselle Levy

Connie Baker
Betty Warren

 

 

Connoisseur Quiz  

  
Answer the questions below and gain your score for each correct answer. You can 
put your answer in any of the columns to gain your score. Depending on the column – 
‘Ordinary’, ‘Silver’, ‘Gold’ or ‘Platinum’, each correct answer will get you 1, 3, 5, 
or 10 points respectively. However, each incorrect variant will take away 2 points 
from all of your previously accumulated score of all the quizes: 
 

1. What state of the USA did Katherine Watson come from?  
2. How old is Katherine Watson?  
3. What year does the action of the film take place?  
4. What’s her ex-fiancé’s name?   
5. Why was campus nurse Amanda Armstrong sacked from Wellesley College?  
6. What conditions were set for Katherine should she choose to teach at Wellesley 

further on?  

7. Give the name of the artist whose picture Katherine showed to her students 

outside the classroom teaching.  

8. What is the full name of Katherine’s male colleague she fall s in love with?  
9. What musical instrument did Connie play?  
10. What did the girls presented Katherine with at the end of the film?  
 
№
Ordinary 
Silver 
Gold 
Platinum 

correct incorrect
correct incorrect
correct incorrect
correct incorrect

+1
– 2
+3 
– 2
+5 
– 2
+10 
– 2

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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

 
 

DISCUSSION 

 
1. Would you like to study somewhere like Wellesley? Why (not)? (Give your 

reasons). 

2. What do you think of Katherine Watson as a teacher? While expressing your 

approval/ disapproval, comment on: 
a) her methods of teaching; 
b) her ways of imparting knowledge; 
c) her attitude to her student; 
d) her spending after-classes time with her students; 
e) Why she gave a ‘C’ to a straight-A student? 

Additional Questions: 
 Comment on the quote from the film: “[painting by numbers] Now everyone can 

be Van Gogh – it is so easy – follow the instruction and you are on your way to 
being an artist” 

 Do you believe that paint by numbers (as a form of mass-distributed art) is art? 

 Do you agree that ‘the ability to reproduce art makes it available’? 
 What makes good art? 
 How can you comment on the peculiarities of the pictures, which were painted by 

numbers by Katherine’s alumnae? 

3. What do you think of Katherine Watson as a person? Express your opinion about: 

a) her manners and behaviour with her colleagues; 
b) her relationship with her boyfriend Paul (why Katharine didn’t appreciate 

Paul’s surprise coming from California to see her on Christmas Eve); 

c) her relationship with Bill and the reasons to break up with him? 
d) How do you understand the phrase about Katherine Watson: “Women like 

K.W. don’t marry because they choose not to”? 

4. What was meant when it was said about Katherine Watson: ‘She wanted to make 

a difference”?  

5. The word, used in the film for Katherine’s portrayal, was ‘forward-thinker’. How 

do you understand it? 

6. What image of a teacher/ woman is created by Julia Roberts? 
7. What is more important for a woman in your opinion – a family or a career? Give 

your reasons. 

8. What types of teachers do you know? Read the brief descriptions of different 

types of teachers and say which type of a teacher do you feel you are: 

 

17 Types of Teachers Everyone Knows 

 
Despotic Teacher 
This one doesn’t care what you think about anything. There’s only one point of view 
that is correct, and it’s the Despotic Teacher’s point of view. His behavior may vary 
from passive aggressive to bullying, and students just need to get through this terrible 
school period as best they can when they’re dealing with the Despotic Teacher. 
Cool Teacher 
This type of teacher can solve students’ problems, protect them from other types of 
teachers (such as the despotic and crazy ones), inspire kids to be more creative, 
diligent, enthusiastic, and throw a lifeline to them, showing how to find your vocation 
and what to do with your life. Ever the mentor and helper, this teacher can even 
become your friend after you leave your school. What’s not to like? 
Hot Teacher 
Here she comes – the one that all the boys love. Of course, the Hot Teacher can be 
either female or male, but the point is the same – they are extremely attractive. Who 
knows, maybe their appeal is the reason students attend classes regularly. 
Unfortunately, students miss the majority of what the Hot Teacher says during the 
class and can recollect practically nothing after the bell rings. 
Apathetic Teacher 
Sick and tired of the job and annoying to students, the Apathetic Teacher probably 
used to be rather cool and enthusiastic back in the days when the grass seemed 
greener. It’s not all that simple now. For some reason, this teacher doesn’t change 

jobs but keeps on hating the school, doomed to waking up every day and heading to 
the odious work. 
Activist 
This teacher is sure everything’s going to be fine if you stick to a vigorous plan of 
improvement, and is ready to infect students with enthusiasm despite the fact nobody 
cares. What you’re not supposed to do is skip classes and fool around. What 
you are supposed to do is join some clubs (chess, discussion, journalism, whatever) 
and take an active part in school life. When Activist Teachers were school kids, they 
probably accumulated a closet full of scout badges. 
Crazy Teacher 
Nobody knows for sure what to expect of Crazy Teachers. Their mood and attitude 
towards the job, students and education changes so quickly so it’s impossible to keep 
track of it all. They’ve got plenty of absurd theories and ideas, which are quite 
difficult to interpret. They’re absolutely spacy, and all your attempts to communicate 
with the Crazy Teacher feel like trying to communicate with aliens. You might as 
well call Mulder and Scully. 
Cat Lady 
The only creatures this lady adores are cats. Cats are good, students are bad. The Cat 
Lady universe is obviously cat-centered, and there’s no room for anybody else there. 
Sometimes The Cat Lady forgets she’s a teacher who’s supposed to collaborate with 
human beings and treats students as if they were her cats. There is a plus side: At 
least you know how to talk to her – you can always show her a cute cat video. 
Scary Librarian 
Though not actually a teacher, the Scary Librarian is an essential part of the school. 
The library is the abode of knowledge, and Cerberus guards the gates in the form of 
Scary Librarians. They’re the ones you don’t want to mess around with. They’ll do 
their utmost to keep order in the library, so be ready to follow the rules and shut up 
when they growl “Silence, please.” 
Buddy 
This one recently graduated from the university and actually looks like a student too. 
He wears the same bomber jacket and watches Game of Thrones just like you do. He 
knows what troubles students experience and sympathizes with them since until 
recently he was in the same boat. He’s great to go with to the RHCP concert. He’s 
definitely a dude, not a tutor. 
Drill Sergeant 
Students are not recruits, but the Drill Sergeant never got that message. Students are 
supposed to follow orders and work hard. This teacher’s tactics include abuse through 
the primary weapon of yelling. Highly-disciplined (and perhaps a bit morally injured) 
students have seen it all, which is why it’s hard to surprise them with challenging 
tasks. Oh, and of course the Drill Sergeant did it all for the “good” of the students, 
right? 
Supercoach 
The Supercoach will make you go through a number of difficulties and challenges 
just like the Drill Sergeant, but the Supercoach actually shows you how to do it 

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