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ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ АГЕНтСТВО ПО ОБРАЗОВАНИЮ

ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОЕ ОБРАЗОВАТЕЛЬНОЕ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЕ

ВЫСШЕГО ПРОФЕССИОНАЛЬНОГО ОБРАЗОВАНИЯ

«КАЗАНСКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ ФИНАНСОВО-

ЭКОНОМИЧЕСКИЙ ИНСТИТУТ»

Кафедра иностранных языков



Учебно-методическая разработка

по дисциплине «Английский язык»

для проведения практических занятий со студентами, обучающимися по направлениям 080500.62 «Менеджмент» и 080100.62 «Экономика»,

(на основе короткометражных видео работ компании “PIXAR”)

Казань 2009

Автор – составитель: преп. Тренина М. В.


Рецензенты: к. социол. н., доцент Полякова О. В.

ст. преп. Петрова Л.В.


Обсуждена на заседании кафедра иностранных языков КГФЭИ, протокол № 7 от 19 марта 2009 года.
Контроль качества:

методист: доцент Пайгунова Ю. В.

ст. методист: доцент Калинина Т. Н.

начальник

отд. УККО: доцент Андреева Р. Н.

Введение

Учебно-методическая разработка по работе с короткометражными видео работами компании “PIXAR” предназначена для аудиторной работы в группах со студентами I курса.

Работа с видео относится к активным методам обучения. Эффективность применения видео обусловлена такими характеристиками как: аутентичность, информативная насыщенность, концентрация языковых средств и эмоциональное воздействие на обучаемых.

Пособие содержит пять модулей, включающих комплекс заданий к кино работам компании “PIXAR”. Задания направлены на проверку понимания и развитие навыков аудирования, а так же на закрепление грамматического материала - Future actions (Будущие времена), Comparison (Сравнение), Passive Voice (Страдательный залог) по темам «Высшее образование в России. Наш институт», «Высшее образование в Великобритании и США» и «Страны изучаемого языка. Великобритания» программы учебной дисциплины «Английский язык».

Содержание данной разработки соответствует требованиям Государственного образовательного стандарта, а также учебной программе по предмету «Английский язык».

CONTENT

MODULE 1 Background information. Pixar Company......................……….............5

Module 2 Pixar short film LIFTED ......……………….………………………...7
Module 3 Pixar Short film Bounding.……………….……………………….11
Module 4 Pixar short film One Man Band ......…….……………………….15
Module 5 Pixar short film Mike’s new car ............…………….………….18
TEACHERS’ NOTES ......………………………………….…………………………22

MODULE 1

Background information: Pixar Animation Studios is one of the leading Graphics Studious in the world.

TASK 1 Do the quiz individually and see what information you know about the company. Then compare answers with a partner. Discuss your answers to the quiz in group.

1. Pixar Animation Studios headquarters in:

a) Australia b) California c) New Zealand

2. The studio was founded in:

a) 1945 b) 1979 c) 2001

3. The name of Animation Studios “Pixar” means:

a) “to make pictures” b) the name of the founder c) an abbreviation

4. One of the famous Pixar films released in 2007 is:

a) Shrek b) Ratatouille c) Tom and Jerry

5. Pixar Animation Studios was originally founded as:

a) animation studious b) book store c) computer hardware company

TASK 2 Now read the text, check your answers and say what part of the text contains the information about:

1. ____ The establishment of the company.

2. ____ The location.

3. ____The sphere the company operates in.

4. ____ The origin of the name of the studios.

5. ____Company’s successful products.

6. ____ Pixar’s awards.

7. ____Financial dealings of the studios.



A Pixar Animation Studios is a computer-generated imagery animation production company based in Emeryville, California, United States. To date, the studio has earned twenty-one Academy Awards, four Golden Globes, and one Grammy, among many other awards.

B The studios is best known for its CGI - computer-generated imagery which is the field of computer graphics or, more specifically, 3D computer graphics used to provide special effects in films, television programs, commercials, simulators and printed media.

C Pixar started in 1979 as the Graphics Group, a part of the Computer Division of Lucasfilm. Originally, Pixar was a high-end computer hardware company whose core product was the Pixar Image Computer, a system primarily sold to government agencies and the medical community.

D The company was bought by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 1986 and it was given its current name “Pixar”, a Spanish word meaning "to make pictures" or "to make pixels”. In 2006 The Walt Disney Company bought Pixar through an all-stock transaction worth USD 7.4 billion.

E All Pixar films to date have been dominantly computer-animated features. The first one Toy Story was released in 1995. Among the other successful feature films are Monsters, Inc. (2001), Finding Nemo (2003), Cars (2006), Ratatouille (2007) and short films produced by the company. WALL-E (2008) has been the only Pixar film not completely animated, featuring a number of live-action elements.

Note: For more information consult

http://www.pixar.com

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixar

Module 2

Pixar short film LIFTED (running time 5m)

Grammar: Future Actions

Background information: Lifted is a Pixar computer animated short film directed by Gary Rydstrom. The film was released theatrically with Pixar's Ratatouille in June, 2007. Lifted was nominated for best animated short film in nominations announced for the Academy Awards in 2007. This short film makes numerous references to Steven Spielberg's similar themed films.

Before you watch

TASK 1 Make your predictions about the short film Lifted. The answers are given for you. Make the questions for these answers. Mind the use of Future forms.

1 ? - Aliens

2 ? - 5 minutes

3 ? - Exam

4 ? - abducting (kidnapping)

5 ? - Steven Spielberg

6 ? - Yes

7 ? - No


Task 2 Watch the short film Lifted. STOP at 3:43.

Work in pairs. Guess the end of the film and write up to 7 sentences. Use the Future forms below to express your ideas.



Future Simple

Future continuous

Future perfect

Neutral action

E.g. Don’t worry; I’ll finish the report soon.

and predictions about the future



E.g. The euro will recover at the beginning of the New Year.

Future action in progress

E.g. Tomorrow I’ll be flying to London at that time.


The result by a point in the future

E.g. We’ll have had our millionth passenger by June.




Present Simple

Present Continuous

to be going to

Fixed timetable

E.g. The plane leaves at 7:30 am tomorrow.

Fixed arrangement

E.g. I’m sorry, but I can’t meet you on Friday. We are meeting our partners from France.

Intended action

E.g. I’m going to see my friends at the weekend

and predictions based on what we can see now



E.g. Be careful! You’re going to break the computer.


TASK 3 Work in groups. Compare your ideas. Watch the film Lifted till the end.
TASK 4 Read the dialogues, and then decide if the future form in the second sentence of each dialogue is used correctly. Decide how much you want to bet on your decision (Minimum $1.00 maximum $ 10.00)




+ or -

Bet

Win

Lose

1 A: “Here’s the new timetable for our English lessons”.

B: “Thanks… Look! Our first lesson begins at 8

o’clock!”














2 A: “Have you got any plans for Saturday afternoon?”

B: “Yes, I’ll meet Basil for a football match”.















3 A: “A young alien’s made a number of mistakes

while taking an examination in abduction”.

B: “Poor thing, I’m afraid he is going to fail the

exam”.














4 A: “I’m not very hungry today”.

B: “Neither am I. I think I’m just having a cup of

tea for lunch”.














5 A: “Look! They are showing the first space tourist

on TV!”


B: “Oh, I think next century space travel will be

freely available”.















6 A: “Are you still working? The party starts at eight!”

B: “I’m finishing everything by that time”.















7 A: “How are you getting to Italy next week?”

B: “We take a train from London to Paris, and

another one from Paris to Milan”.














8 A: “Any plans for the weekend?”

B: “Well, I’m going to visit Judy. I haven’t seen her

for ages”.

















Your final score:








TASK 5 Listen to the Gary Rydstrom’s comments on the short film Lifted and answer the questions:

1) Is it the first experience of Gary Rydstrom’s in making the story without dialogue?

2) What was Gary Rydstrom’s former occupation?

3) Why wasn’t it difficult for Gary Rydstrom to show the farm country?

4) Whose films does the light in a short Lifted make references to?

5) Who is the Instructor Mr. B named after?

6) What mark does Alien Stu get for his exam?

7) What is the voice of Mr. B provided by?

8) What does Gary Rydstrom like to use sound effects for?

9) What does antenna on Stu’s helmet indicate?


Note: For more information consult

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lifted_(film)

http://www.pixar.com/shorts/index.html



Module 3
Pixar Short film Bounding (running time 5 m)

TASK 1 Watch the short film Bounding and choose the proverb which is better to expresses its meaning. Explain your choice.


  • A friend in need is a friend indeed.

  • A lazy sheep thinks its wool heavy.

  • A sound mind in a sound body.

  • Life is not all cakes and ale.

  • Everything is good in its season.

Background information: Jackalope is a popular fictional animal in America. It looks like a rabbit with the horns of an antelope. Reportedly, jackalopes are extremely shy. They say that the jackalope can imitate any sound, including the human voice. It is said that a jackalope may be caught by putting a bottle of whiskey out at night. The jackalope will drink it and its intoxication will make it easier to hunt.

In the American West, postcards of jackalopes are a popular item in stores. Some local governments, such as Douglas, Wyoming, have issued jackalope hunting licenses to tourists. They are good for hunting during official jackalope season, which is for only one day, June 31st.





TASK 2 Read the part of the story and complete it with the words from the box.

Then WATCH the short film Bounding and check your answers. STOP at 1:55

Vocabulary reference:

sagebrush (n) - полынь

sheen (n) - сияние

glint ( ) - сверкать

sparkly (adv) - искрящийся

preen (v) - прихорашиваться

high-stepping (adj) - веселый

slop (n) - слякоть

sage (n) – мудрец


long ago, join, neighbours, strange, coat, dance,

snow, sunlight, jackalope, hare clean



Man: Here’s a story on how (1) _____________is life with its changes

and it happened not (2)_____________.

On a high mountain plain where the sagebrush arranges

a playground south of the (3)___________.

Lived a lamb with a (4)___________ of remarkable sheen.

It would glint in the (5)____________ all sparkly and (6)___________.

Such a source of great pride that it caused him to preen.

And he’d break out in high-stepping (7)____________.

He would dance for his (8) _______________ across the way.

I must say that they found his dancing enhancing

for they’d (9)________ also in the play.

Then one day…
Then a-bounding up the slop

came a great American (10)______________.

This sage of the sage, this rare (11)____________of hope

caused to pause and check out the lamb.


TASK 3 Translate the dialogue of the jackalope and the lamb from English into Russian. Make it in a form of a poem. Use the vocabulary reference to help you.
Jackalope: Hey, kid, why the mope?

Lamb: I used to be something, all covered with fluff,

and I’d dance in the sunlight and show off my stuff.

Then they hauled me away in a manner quite rough

and sheared me and dumped me back here in the buff.

And if that’s not enough, now my friends all laugh at me

‘cause they think I look ridiculous, funny and pink.

Jackalope: Pink? Pink? Well, what’s wrong with pink?

Seems you’ve got a pink kink in your think.

Does it matter what colour? Well, that gets a nope,

be it pink, purple or heliotrope.

Now, sometimes you’re up, and sometimes you’re down.

When you find that you’re down, well, just look around.

You still got a body, good legs and fine feet.

Get your head in the right place, and hey, you’re complete.

Now as for the dancing, you can do more.

You can reach great heights. In fact you can soar.

You just get a leg up and you slap it on down.

And you’ll find you’re up in what’s called a bound.

Bound, bound and rebound

Bound and you’re up right next to the sky

And I think you can do it if you give it a try

First get a leg up, slap it on down.

Vocabulary reference:


mope (n) – подавленное состояние, хандра

fluff (n) – шерстка, пух

haul (v) – тащить, тянуть

shear (v) – стричь (овец)

dump(v) - выгружать, сваливать

in the buff - нагишом

ridiculous (adj) - нелепый, смехотворный

kink (n ) – странность, заскок

heliotrope (adj) - светло-лиловый

soar (v) - парить, высоко летать

slap (n)-сильный удар, шлепок

bound (n)-прыжок, скачок


TASK 4 Work in groups. Compare the variants of translation.

Watch the short film Bounding and listen to the russian variant of the dialogue.


TASK 5 Watch the short film Bounding once again from the beginning till the end in English. Give the answers to the questions:
1. What advice did the jackalope give to the lamb?

2. Did the lamb follow the advice?

3. What’s the main idea of the short film?

Note: For more information consult

http://www.pixar.com/shorts/index.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boundin%27


Module 4

Pixar short film One Man Band (running time 4:33)

Grammar: Comparison
Before you watch
TASK 1 What sort of person are you? Mark on the line.


open ___________________________________ secretive

ambitious ___________________________________ unambitious

imaginative ___________________________________ unimaginative

well-organized ____________________________________ disorganized

rational ____________________________________ intuitive

competitive ____________________________________ uncompetitive

aggressive ____________________________________ gentle

talented ____________________________________ untalented

solitary ____________________________________ sociable

flexible ____________________________________ stubborn



TASK 2 Compare your character with your neighbour’s one. Use comparative and superlative forms and phrases of comparing and contrasting things:


As…as

not as…as

both …and

…while…


Unlike…

In contrast to…

As compared with…

They are similar in…

They are more or less the same…



They have little /a lot in common.

The same can be said of...

This is not the case with...

They differ in many ways.




Task 3 Watch the short film One man band. Complete the story with the adjectives and adverbs and continue it comparing the main characters.
In this animated short film, we see Bass, a street performer playing a __________tune on an Italian village square one __________afternoon, waiting for a pedestrian to tip him in his iron cup. Soon, he sees ________Tippy, a __________girl holding in her hands a ____________gold coin, with the intention of dropping it in the fountain to make a wish. Bass, seeing the opportunity, immediately plays a _______________melody, catching the young girl's attention. Just when Tippy is about to drop the coin into Bass's cup, a newcomer steps onto the scene. Treble, a _______________street performer plays a more attractive sound, effectively stealing Tippy's attention, much to the anger of Bass. Tippy thinks that_________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________
TASK 4 Play this game in pairs. Throw a dice and move that number of squares.

If the square has words, make a comparative sentence. If the square has a “?”, your partner asks a question, containing comparative or superlative forms.




Start

Bass / Treble
(talented)


?

You / Your friend

(sociable)




?

Exam/ party
(bad)


?

Saturday/

Monday


(good)

Bass / Treble
(competitive)


?


?

You / teacher
(tall)


?

English/ your language

(difficult)



Tippy/ Bass
(imaginative)

Bass / Treble
(stubborn)


?

Maths / History

(easy)



?


FINISH


TASK 5 Read one of the comments from Pixar web site. Imagine you have a chance to write your own comment. Make it up to 100 words. Mind the use of the comparison forms of adjectives and adverbs.

“This timeless tale of greed and its evils.”

“Another surprise gem from Pixar, which was shown in the cinema alongside "Cars" it's another musical short "One Man Band" .The funniest short regardless of your age!
Animation is as brilliant as you'd expect from Pixar. The whole thing looks and sounds fantastic. It's also wonderfully funny as both street performers become ever more aggressive in their attempts to get the little girl's money. Brilliantly written! As compared with “Cars” it is too short; moreover "One Man Band" would be a truly fantastic opener to any film. Just ask the kid behind me who was laughing out loud the whole time. Well done, Pixar!”
YOUR comment:

____________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________


Note: For more information consult

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_Man_Band_(film)

http://www.pixar.com/shorts/index.html

Module 5

Pixar short film Mike’s new car (running time 4 m)

Grammar: Passive Voice
TASK 1 Read the facts about Pixar short film Mike’s new car.

Pay attention to the use of Passive forms:


We make passive verb forms with the verb to be + past participle






1. Mike’s new car was released in 2002 with Monsters Inc.

2. Best Animated Short Film Award was received by the film in 2002.

3. The sum of $28, 45 was spent on its production.

4. It is the first Pixar short where characters are taken from a previously established work.

5. The short film is distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.

6. Mike’s new car is included in Pixar short films collection.


TASK 2 Watch the short film Mike’s new car. Use passive structures to complete the sentences about the short film so that they have similar meanings with the underlined ones.
1. Mike is crazy about his new six-wheel drive car, and insists on showing it off to his friend Sulley.

E.g. Sulley is shown Mike’s new car._________________________________

2. Unfortunately for Mike, everything that can go wrong does go wrong. Sulley plays with the ultra-adjustable seats until Mike asks him to stop.



The ultra-adjustable seats______________________________________________

Sulley_____________________________________________________________
3. Mike starts the engine and the seatbelt tone sounds. He finds his seatbelt stuck and accidentally locks himself out of the car.

The engine________________________________________________________

Mike_____________________________________________________________

4. Sulley is trying to be helpful but the amount of buttons confuses him.



Sulley_____________________________________________________________

5 Mike re-starts the car, and is angry with the continuous seatbelt tone. Sulley reaches for another button on the dash.



Another button_____________________________________________________

6 Mike shouts, "Don't touch anything!" and pushes a button that launches the car into chaotic functioning.



The car____________________________________________________________
Task 3 Complete the facts about Pixar Animation Studios with the passive structures of verbs from the box below.


develop locate include buy establish

earn name release(×2) watch

1. Pixar Animation Studios _________________________________in California.

2. Originally, Pixar _________________________________________________as the Graphics Group, a part of Computer Division, in 1979.

3. To date, twenty-one Academy Awards, four Golden Globes, and one Grammy, among many other awards _________________________________by the studio.

4. Mike’s new car received an Academy Award nomination and ________________________________in the 2002 DVD release of Monsters Inc.

5. Recently, Jim Morris, producer of WALL-E,________general manager of Pixar.

6. A live action film 1906 about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake ___________________________________________________by Brad Bird now.

7. Cars 2 the third sequel ________________________________in summer 2011.

8. Pixar short films _______________________by millions of children every day.

9. Pixar Animation Studios ____________________________________________

for approximately $7.4 billion by Walt Disney Feature Animation in 2006.

10. The short film Newt ________________________________________by 2012.


Note: For more information consult

http://www.pixar.com/shorts/mnc/tale.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike%27s_New_Car



Teachers’ notes:

MODULE 1

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

TASK 1


1-b, 2-b, 3-a, 4-b, 5-c.

TASK 2


1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-D, 5-E, 6-A, 7-D.
Module 2 Lifted

TASK 4


1. +

2. - I am meeting / I’m going to meet.

3. +

4. - will just have.



5. +

6. - will have finished.

7. - are taking.

8. +
Task 5

1. Yes.

2. sound design.



3. He grew up in Illinois and knows the farm country well.

4. Steven Spielberg's similar themed films.

5) Mr. B is named after a teacher known by Rydstrom, who gave his students 'B' Grades, no matter what they did.

6) “B” grade.

7) Gary Rydstrom's dog.

8) to indicate things people don’t see on screen.

8) Stu’s emotional condition.

MODULE 3 Bounding

TASK 2

1. strange



2. long ago

3. snow


4. coat

5. sunlight

6. clean

7. dance


8. neighbours

9. join


10. jackalope

11. hare
Module 5

TASK3

1 is located, 2 was established, 3 have been earned, 4 was included,5 has been named, 6 is being planned, 7 will be released, 8 are watched, 9 was bought, 10 will have been released.


Tape Script

MODULE 3 Bounding


Here’s a story on how strange is life with its changes

And it happened not long ago.

On a high mountain plain where the sagebrush arranges

A playground south of the snow

Lived a lamb with a coat of remarkable sheen.

It would glint in the sunlight all sparkly and clean.

Such a source of great pride that it caused him to preen.

And he’d break out in high-stepping dance.

He would dance for his neighbours across the way.

I must say that they found his dancing enhancing

For they’d also join in the play.

Then one day…


Then a-bounding up the slop

Came a great American jackalope.

This sage of the sage, this rare hare of hope

Caused to pause and check out the lamb

Jackalope: Hey, kid, why the mope?

Lamb: I used to be something, all covered with fluff,

and I’d dance in the sunlight and show off my stuff.

Then they hauled me away in a manner quite rough

and sheared me and dumped me back here in the buff.

And if that’s not enough, now my friends all laugh at me

‘cause they think I look ridiculous, funny and pink.

Jackalope: Pink? Pink? Well, what’s wrong with pink?

Seems you’ve got a pink kink in your think.

Does It matter what colour? Well, that gets a nope,

be it pink, purple or heliotrope.

Now, sometimes you’re up, and sometimes you’re down.

When you find that you’re down, well, just look around.

You still got a body, good legs and fine feet.

Get your head in the right place, and hey, you’re complete.

Now as for the dancing, you can do more.

You can reach great heights. In fact you can soar.

You just get a leg up and you slap it on down.

And you’ll find you’re up in what’s called a bound.

Bound, bound and rebound

Bound and you’re up right next to the sky

And I think you can do it if you give it a try

First get a leg up, slap it on down.
So every year, long about May, they’d load him up…

and they’d haul him away.

And they’d shave him dump him all naked and bare.

He learned to live with it. He didn’t care.

He’d just bound, bound, bound and rebound

Now, in this world of ups and downs so nice to know there are

jackalopes around.
Module 5 Mike’s new car
Mike: OK, come on.

Sullivan: Oh, Mike.

Mike: Follow the sultry sound of my voice. No peeking.



Sullivan: Mike?

Mike: And open them. Ta-da! What do you think?



Sullivan: What was wrong with your old car?

Mike: Three little words , Sulley: six wheel drive. Come on. Get in, get in, get in.

It’s adjustable.

Will you cut it out?

It’s like we’ve released a panther.

What? What, What?

Don’t just sit there. Push the button.

Sullivan: I’ll get it

Sorry, sorry, sorry.

Hello.

Mike: Push the button.

Don’t touch anything. I’ll do it.

Get out of the car, please. Get out, out, out, out, out.



Sullivan: Hey, Mike!

Mike: Get out of the car!



Sullivan: That’s weird. The air bag didn’t go off.

Mike: I miss my old car. You know…the vroom, vroom and the clang, clang and the bang, bang.



Sullivan: You wanna walk?

Mike: Yes.








Демократия есть одурачивание народа при помощи народа ради блага народа. Приписывается Оскару Уайльду
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