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     Shirley Temple was easily the most popular and famous child star of all time. She got her start in the movies at the age of three and soon progressed to super stardom. Shirley could do it all: act, sing and dance and all at the age of five! Fans loved her as she was bright, bouncy and cheerful in her films and they ultimately bought millions of ... See full bio »
Born: April 23, 1928 in Santa Monica, California, USA
Died: February 10, 2014 (age 85) in Woodside, California, USA

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The Little Princess (full film)
     Captain Crewe, called to fight in the Second Boer War, has to leave his daughter Sara (Shirley Temple) with her pony at Miss Minchin's School for Girls. With all the money Captain Crewe can offer, Miss Minchin gives Sara a fancy, private room.
     Although worried about her father, Sara is distracted by riding lessons. It is during these riding lessons that Sara helps contrive meetings between Miss Rose, her teacher, and Mr. Geoffrey, the riding instructor, who is also the grandson of the mean-spirited next door neighbor, Lord Wickham. Sara hears news that Mafeking is free and expects her father will soon come home. Miss Minchin throws Sara a lavish birthday party. During the party, Captain Crewe's solicitor arrives with the sad news that Captain Crewe has died and his real estate, the basis for his wealth, has been confiscated. Miss Minchin ends Sara's party abruptly. Without her father's financial support, Sara becomes a servant, now working at the school she used to attend. Sara gains new solace in a friendship with Ram Dass, Lord Wickham's servant. She also receives support from Miss Minchin's brother Bertie, who does not agree with her treatment. Miss Rose and Mr. Geoffrey are found out and fired. Geoffrey joins the military.
     In her new role, Sara gets hungrier and more tired from her arduous duties and sneaks off to veterans' hospitals, convinced her father is not dead. After a string of episodes, including a performance of the film's most well-known song "Knocked 'em in the Old Kent Road", Sara is at her wits end. Things start to worsen, when Sara gets into an argument with Miss Minchin, who cannot tolerate her faith in believing her father is still alive and tries forcing her to face reality. She later receives taunting from Lavinia the next day, eventually causing her to lose her temper and dump ashes on her. Miss Minchin arrives in the attic to punish Sara for "hurting" Lavinia. She discovers blankets that Ram Dass left Sara, assumes they are stolen, and locks her in the attic, calling the police. Sara escapes and runs to the hospital with Minchin in hot pursuit.
     Meanwhile, the hospital is preparing to transfer a newly arrived unknown patient, who is unable to communicate except to repeatedly say, "Sara, Sara"; it is Captain Crewe. Sara bursts in upon a visit by Queen Victoria, who grants her permission to search for her father. During her search, she is reunited with a wounded Mr. Geoffrey and Miss Rose. Hiding from Miss Minchin and the police, she happens upon her father.
     A staff member announces Sara has found her father, and Miss Minchin exclaims: "Captain Crewe is alive?!" to which her brother retorts, "Of course he's alive! How could she find him if he wasn't alive?" The film ends with Sara helping her father stand as the Queen departs.

Summary: Sara Crewe, a pupil at Miss Minchin's London school, is left in poverty when her father dies, but is later rescued by a mysterious benefactor.

             1.  Sara
             2.  A French Lesson
             3.  Ermengarde
             4.  Lottie
             5.  Becky
             6.  The Diamond Mines
             7.  The Diamond Mines Again
             8.  In the Attic
             9.  Melchisedec
           10.  The Indian Gentleman
           11.  Ram Dass
           12.  The Other Side of the Wall
           13.  One of the Populace
           14.  What Melchisedec Heard and Saw
           15.  The Magic
           16.  The Visitor
           17.  "It Is the Child"
           18.  "I Tried Not to Be"
           19.  Anne

Sara     Once on a dark winter's day, when the yellow fog hung so thick and heavy in the streets of London that the lamps were lighted and the shop windows blazed with gas as they do at night, an odd-looking little girl sat in a cab with her father and was driven rather slowly through the big thoroughfares.
She sat with her feet tucked under her, and leaned against her father, who held her in his arm, as she stared out of the window at the passing people with a queer old-fashioned thoughtfulness in her big eyes.
She was such a little girl that one did not expect to see such a look on her small face. It would have been an old look for a child of twelve, and Sara Crewe was only seven. The fact was, however, that she was always dreaming and thinking odd things and could not herself remember any time when she had not been thinking things about grown-up people and the world they belonged to. She felt as if she had lived a long, long time.

A French Lesson     When Sara entered the schoolroom the next morning everybody looked at her with wide, interested eyes. By that time every pupil—from Lavinia Herbert, who was nearly thirteen and felt quite grown up, to Lottie Legh, who was only just four and the baby of the school—had heard a great deal about her. They knew very certainly that she was Miss Minchin's show pupil and was considered a credit to the establishment. One or two of them had even caught a glimpse of her French maid, Mariette, who had arrived the evening before. Lavinia had managed to pass Sara's room when the door was open, and had seen Mariette opening a box which had arrived late from some shop.

Планы проведения занятий в ЛУРе
14.01.22План  занятий в ЛУРе 5, 6, 7 класс группа С:
Занятие № 1
Введение и закрепление лексики и грамматики урока.
Развитие навыков говорения, чтения и аудирования. Фонетика.
I часть урока — 40 минут:

Домашнее задание к данному уроку (с предыдущего занятия):
а) Чтение и аудирование учебного текста № 1 “Victory Day. New Year”, с. 6, повторение за диктором (5 раз).
б) Упражнения N I, II, IV, с. 8 устно, № III — письменно. в)

1.   Фонетическая зарядка — “warming up” (одновременно проверка домашнего   задания)-15-20’
а) Чтение учебного текста №1 “ Victory Day. New Year ”, с. 6 вместе с  диктором. Фонетика.
6) Самостоятельное чтение текста несколько раз (в ЛУРе). Фонетика.
2.   Введение и закрепление лексики (одновременно проверка домашнего задания)   -10-15’
а) Упражнение V, с. 20.
 б) Quiz (“доска — тетрадь”).
3.   Введение и закрепление  грамматики  (одновременно  проверка домашнего задания-10-15'
Упражнения №  I - II, с. 12.

II часть урока — 40 минут:
3.   Развитие навыка чтения-15’
а) Чтение текста “Easter in Russia, с. 16. ) Упражнения № I - III, с. 19.
4.   Развитие навыка говорения-15’
Создание монолога по теме текста.
Упражнение I с. 20
5.   Итоги урока. Домашнее задание-   5’
а) Чтение и аудирование учебного текста № 1 “ ”, с. 6, повторение за диктором (5 раз).
б) Упражнения I, II, IV, с. 8- устно, № III — письменно.


P.S.: "I часть урока - 40 минут" пишется после темы и целей урока


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