Complete the definitions by using the words from exercise 1

Практикум по английскому языку для студентов-дизайнеров

Практикум

Нижний Новгород

УДК 811.111

ББК 81.2 Англ.

Д-20

Даричева М.В. Практикум по английскому языку для студентов-дизайнеров: Практикум / М.В. Даричева. – Н.Новгород: НГПУ, 2012. – 34 с.

Практикум предназначен для проведения практических занятий по английскому языку у студентов II, III курсов, очной формы обучения, специальности 072500.62 Дизайн, а также у студентов II курса, очной формы обучения, специальности 051000.62 Профессиональное обучение (Дизайн). Данное пособие содержит задания, способствующие усвоению профессионально-иноязычного лексического материала и закреплению умений профессионально-ориентированного чтения, письма и говорения.

© Даричева М.В.

© НГПУ, 2012

Введение

Данный практикум содержит подборку текстов по темам «Стили искусства» и «Виды дизайна», а также систему предтекстовых и послетекстовых упражнений, которые обеспечивают эффективное практическое овладение иностранным языком. Все задания способствуют достижению основных целей обучения иностранному языку студентов-дизайнеров, а именно расширение профессионально-иноязычного тезауруса, развитие навыков и умений чтения и перевода профессионально-ориентированной литературы, развитие профессионально-иноязычной устной речи. Содержание пособия соответствует утвержденным рабочим программам по предмету «Иностранный язык» с учетом специфики неязыкового вуза.

ART STYLES

Read and translate the words.

Abstractionism / abstract art The antique Art Deco Art Nouveau The baroque Classicism Constructivism Cubism Eclecticism Empire Futurism Gothic Hi-tech Impressionism Minimalism Modernism Pop Art Realism The Renaissance Romanticism Rococo The Romanesque style

Complete the definitions by using the words from exercise 1.

1) … - an artistic movement begun in Italy in 1909, which strongly rejected traditional forms and embraced the energy and dynamism of modern technology. Launched by Filippo Marinetti, it had effectively ended by 1918 but was widely influential, particularly in Russia on figures such as Malevich and Mayakovsky.

2) … - a style of painting, which began in France in the 1860s, in which the artist tries to represent the effects of light on an object, person, area of countryside, etc.

3) … - art that does not attempt to represent external, recognizable reality but seeks to achieve its effect using shapes, forms, colors, and textures.

4) … - a type of modern art that started in the 1960s and uses images and objects from ordinary life.

5) … - the heavily decorated style in buildings, art and music that was popular in Europe in the 17th century and the early part of the 18th century.

6) … - a style of decoration that was especially popular in the 1930s and uses simple shapes and lines and strong colours.

7) … - a style of building which was common in Europe between the 12th and the 16th centuries, and which has pointed arches and windows, high ceilings and tall, thin columns.

8) … - a style of art, music and literature that was common in Europe in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, which describes the beauty of nature and emphasizes the importance of human emotions.

9) … - a style in painting, sculpture and building, based on particular standards in Greek and Roman art, which was especially popular during the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe.

10) … - a style or movement in the arts that aims to depart significantly from classical and traditional forms.

11) … - a movement in sculpture and painting which arose in the 1950s, characterized by the use of simple, massive forms.

12) … - a style of modern art in which an object or person is shown as a set of geometric shapes and as if seen from many different angles at the same time.

13) … - the revival of European art and literature under the influence of classical models in the 14th-16th centuries.

14) … - a style (chiefly in architecture and interior design) that uses materials, such as steel, glass, and plastic, that are associated with industrial use.

15) … - an artistic or literary movement or style characterized by the representation of people or things as they actually are.