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Numer publikacji: 21029
Dział: Języki obce

Przykład modyfikacji tekstu autentycznego - ćwiczenie umiejętności czytania

Poniższe zadanie ułożyłam na podstawie oryginalnego artykułu o artyście hiszpańskim Cesarze Manrique, opublikowanego na stronie http://www.telegraph.co.uk. Tekst zadania został zmodyfikowany i uproszczony tak, aby spełniał wymogi maturalne na poziomie podstawowym. Moim celem było urozmaicenie tekstów wykorzystywanych do ćwiczenia umiejętności rozumienia wypowiedzi pisemnych w klasach maturalnych.

Rozumienie wypowiedzi pisemnej

Zadanie

Przeczytaj tekst. Dobierz właściwy nagłówek (A-F) do każdego fragmentu tekstu. Dwa nagłówki zostały podane dodatkowo.

A THE IMPORTANCE OF TRADITION
B A MAN WITH MANY FACES
C PRIVATE LIFE
D A REAL PATRIOT
E AWARDS AND PRIZES
F BEAUTY LIES IN NATURE

CESAR MANRIQUE – A GREAT ARTIST

2.1

César Manrique was born in Arrecife, Lanzarote, and spent his childhood in a house by the ocean. He left his beloved island to fight in the Spanish Civil War. Cesar also studied in Madrid and lived in New York, but he missed his home greatly. Eventually, the artist came back to live and work in the most beautiful place in the world he knew, Lanzarote.

2.2

Painter, sculptor, architect, landscape artist, urban designer, environmentalist. César Manrique is not an easy man to describe. He had a lot of talents and created a great number of brilliant pieces of art. It is certain that he is a very important person in the Spanish culture and Lanzarote’s most famous son although he never got any awards.

2.3

Manrique’s buildings, monuments, houses and even gardens can be seen all over the Canary Islands. His uncommon vision in mixing the textures, colours and natural forms of volcanic landscapes into a perfect unity created a body of work that now ranks among the top cultural attractions to the islands. One of the most popular one is the artist’s former home created inside the bubbles of a lava field.

2.4

The artist also had a great influence on helping with the problem of quick development of the island, caused by the explosion of tourism. It is largely down to him that Lanzarote, and protected areas of the larger islands, now have planning laws that prohibit high-rise hotels and keep colours and styles which are typical of the region. It looks as if time stopped on the Spanish island of Lanzarote.

Wymagania ogólne
II. Rozumienie wypowiedzi
Uczeń rozumie proste wypowiedzi pisemne.
Wymagania szczegółowe
Uczeń rozumie proste wypowiedzi pisemne ( artykuł prasowy dotyczący kultury):
3.2. Określa główną myśl poszczególnych części tekstu ( 4 jednostki: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4)
Klucz odpowiedzi
2.1 D
2.2 B
2.3 F
2.4 A
Nagłówki dodatkowe: C, E

Tekst oryginalny
César Manrique: an artist by nature
César Manrique - painter, sculptor, architect, urban designer and artist is Lanzarote's most famous son and captures the essence of the Canary Islands.
Painter, sculptor, architect, landscape artist, urban designer, environmentalist; César Manrique is not an easy man to categorise, so extensive were his talents. But his status as a cultural icon and Lanzarote’s most famous son is certainly assured.
Manrique’s buildings, monuments and interiors can be seen all over the Canary Islands. His extraordinary vision in fusing the textures, colours and natural forms of volcanic landscapes into a harmonious whole created a body of work that now ranks among the top cultural attractions to the islands.
On Lanzarote, these include the Jameos del Agua lava tube, the Mirador del Rio, the Casa Museo del Campesino and Monument, the Jardin de Cactus and finally the César Manrique Foundation itself, located in the artist’s former home created inside the bubbles of a lava field.
But as well as his physical legacy, Manrique was a seminal influence in guiding the rapid development – caused by the explosion of tourism – in a regulated, sustainable direction. It is largely down to him that Lanzarote, and protected areas of the larger islands, now have planning regulations that prohibit high-rise hotels and retain traditional colours and styles.
César Manrique Cabrera was born on April 24,1919, in Arrecife, Lanzarote, and spent much of his childhood in Caleta de Famara in a house by the ocean.
Źródło: http://www.telegraph.co.uk

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