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«Шекспир принадлежит не одному веку, а всем временам»

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Бикмаметьев Роман Аликович ОГБПОУ «Смоленский политехнический техникум» Руководители проекта: Мемешкина Ирина Владимировна (преподаватель дисциплины «Английский язык») Крупенева Алла Михайловна (преподаватель дисциплины «Информатика»)
Участник: Бикмаметьев Роман Аликович
ОУ: ОГБПОУ «Смоленский политехнический
техникум»
Специальность: 38.02.03 «Операционная
деятельность в логистике»
Курс: 3
Проект: «Shakespeare was not for an age, but
for all time» (Шекспир принадлежит не одному
веку, а всем временам)
Руководители проекта:
Мемешкина Ирина Владимировна
(преподаватель дисциплины «Английский
язык»)
Крупенева Алла Михайловна
(преподаватель дисциплины «Информатика»)
Contents
1. SHAKESPEARE'S BIOGRAPHY
2. SHAKESPEARE'S THEATRE
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.1 The Globe Theatre
2.2 The Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Shakespeare's Birthday and Birthplace
Shakespeare's Parents
Shakespeare’s House
Shakespeare's Family Coat of Arms
Family Life
London
Shakespeare's Death
Westminster Abbey Poets’ Corner
Shakespeare's Banknote
3. SHAKESPEARE'S WORKS
3.1 Shakespeare’s Sonnets
3.2 Shakespeare’s Quotations
4. CONCLUSION
RECOURSES
Presentation management
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1. SHAKESPEARE'S BIOGRAPHY
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564-1616)
William Shakespeare is the
greatest poet, playwright and
dramatist.
He
made
an
enormous contribution not only
to the development of English
literature and world culture, but
also of Soviet and Russian
culture,
including
national
cinema.
«HE WAS NOT FOR AN AGE, BUT FOR ALL TIME»
Ben Jonson (1572-1637)
Shakespeare's Birthday and
Birthplace
William
Shakespeare
was born on April 23,
1564 in Stratford-uponAvon in England.
There were 8 children in
his family. William was
the third child.
Shakespeare's Parents
His mother’s name
was Mary Arden. She
was one of the 8th
daughters of Robert
Arden, a rich farmer.
His father’s name was
John Shakespeare. He
was
a
well-to-do
merchant (a glovemaker).
Shakespeare’s House
William Shakespeare was born in the house in Henley
Street. This is the most famous house in England and the
most famous house in the world. The appearance of the
house is the same as it looked at that time.
Shakespeare's Family Coat of Arms
The
coat
of
arms
of
Shakespeare has the shape of
a shield, crossed diagonally by
a speare. On the top of the
shield on the wreath there is
Falcon, holding another speare
in the raised foot. The motto
says proudly: "Not without
right". The symbolism of the
shield corresponds to the
meaning
of
the
name
Shakespeare (Shake-speare) «потрясающий копьём».
Family Life
In 1582 William married
Anne Hathaway. He was
18, and she was 26.
They had 3 children: a
daughter Susanna and
twins
Hamlet
and
Judith. The youngest,
Hamlet died at the
age of 11.
London
In 1586 at the age of 22
William moved to work
in London. He joined a
travelling company of
actors. He worked both
as an actor and a
writer. Most of his plays
were performed in the
New Globe Theatre.
In 1610 he returned to
Stratford.
Shakespeare's Death
William Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616, at the
age of 52 and was buried in a fine old Holy Trinity
Church in Stratford where he was christened.
Westminster Abbey.
Poets’ Corner
After William Shakespeare’s
death there was much talk
about removing his remains
from
Stratford
to
Westminster Abbey but the
idea was soon abandoned.
Only in 1740, 124 years
after his death, memorial
statue
to
William
Shakespeare was erected in
Poet’s
Corner
in
Westminster Abbey.
Shakespeare's Banknote
William Shakespeare is featured on
twenty pound banknote.
the back of
2. SHAKESPEARE'S THEATRE.
The Globe Theatre
In 1599 Shakespeare set up his own theatre, the Globe,
where his company performed his plays. There was a sign
on its main door: “All the world is a stage”. It was rebuilt in
1997.
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre
The first building was opened on Shakespeare’s
birthday in 1879 and destroyed by fire in 1926.
The present building was constructed in 1932.
Only Shakespeare’s plays are performed there.
3. SHAKESPEARE'S WORKS
Shakespeare wrote 2 poems, 37 plays (17 comedies,
10 tragedies and 10 histories) аnd 154 sonnets. Many
of his works are filmed.
Shakespeare’s Sonnets
Shakespeare wrote 154
sonnets. They are
devoted to his friend
and “ dark lady”.
Some of them are put
on music.
Sonnet 130
Shakespeare’s Quotations
W. Shakespeare is also
known by quotations
from his works. There
are about 1500 famous
quotations.
“Hamlet”
has 123 quotations.
“Romeo and Juliet” has
74 ones. There are
1303
quotations
in
other works.
1. “As you like it “
All the world's a stage, and
all the men and women
merely players
2. “Hamlet”
To be, or not to be: that is
the question.
Neither a borrower nor a
lender be.
Brevity is the soul of wit.
Leave her to heaven.
4. CONCLUSION
I’m sure the great playwright's works reflect
relationships between people in the modern
world because there is life and death, love
and hate, good and evil.
“ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE,
AND ALL THE MEN AND
WOMEN MERELY PLAYERS”
RECOURSES
1.
Социальная сеть работников образования nsportal.ru
[электронный ресурс] (дата последнего обращения 01.03.2015)
2.
Материалы для учителей и преподавателей infourok.ru
[электронный ресурс] (дата последнего обращения 01.03.2015)
3.
Shakespeare-online [электронный ресурс] (дата последнего
обращения 01.03.2015)
4.
Youtube channel CC Poems [электронный ресурс] (дата последнего
обращения 01.03.2015)
5.
Новак А.В. Взгляд на Лондон [электронный ресурс] (дата
последнего обращения 01.03.2015)
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