1 In what way do you know what is happening around you? 2 What newspaper do you usually read in your spare time? 3 How much do you spend on newspaper per month? 4 Which column of a newspaper do you spend most time? 5 Do you believe every single news reported? 6 How do you think newspapers report what happens?
Read for main idea Para 1 Para 2,3 Para 4,5 Para 6,7 Para 8 News and other media do mote than simply record what happens. Q: How do you decide what you are going to write? Which of the articles that you have written do you like best? If you could write any article you want, what would you write and why? How do newspapers help us understand the world?
Which of the following questions the text answered. ____How does a reporter decide what to write? ____How much does a newspaper cost? ____Why do people read newspapers? ____How do newspapers report what happens? ____Where do people read newspapers? ____How do newspapers help us understand the world?
Zhu Lin Chen Ying Much is done before starting Begins by contacting people, then prepares questions. Interviewing is difficult… After the interview, … present … reflect Before writing…discuss with editor For long & important ones, the editor will … The editor’s job is to …
Zhu Lin Chen Ying Even though…, …about an ordinary young woman who… adapt to…life because …with real passion; realize…unique About the efforts… Contact …museums ＆ interview experts Because …news ＆ story
Zhu Lin Chen Ying about people you seldom read about Music, art, nature and the importance of spiritual fulfillment
About Iraq, I think…. if a film or sports star is asked to comment on a “hot topic”, do their opinions matter?
Read the two reports carefully and discuss these questions with your partner. 1.How are the reports different? 2.Who do you think wrote each report? 3.What do you think are facts and what are opinions? 4.What would be a good headline for each story? 5.What pictures would you use? Read the two reports carefully and discuss these questions with your partner. 1.How are the reports different? 2.Who do you think wrote each report? 3.What do you think are facts and what are opinions? 4.What would be a good headline for each story? 5.What pictures would you use?
First descriptionSecond description “A small group of fewer than a hundred” →make the group sound small “people” →neutral “caused problem” →negative “most successful company” →positive “the rude and noisy group” →negative “made it difficult for workers” →negative “troublemakers” →negative “left peacefully … but a few of them fought. →negative
First description Second description “more than ninety” →the group is large “caring citizens” →positive “made their voices heard” →positive “the city’s worst polluter” →negative “The citizens … love nature and our planet” →positive “talked to workers …a positive message” →positive “activist” →positive “angry men armed with sticks” →positive
1.face (to) the south be faced with 面临；面对 face up to 面对；承担 face the music 接受（不愉快的后果或情况） I was faced with a new problem. She couldn’t face up to the fact. The boy was caught cheating in the examination and had to face the music. 面对南方
2. Injure Vt. （使）受伤，损害，伤害 The earthquake killed 2000 people and injured 3000. He got badly injured in the accident. The injured were taken to hospital. I hope I didn’t injure her feelings. Her refusal injured his pride.
3. more than 不仅仅；不只； （常与 simply, just 一起用加强语气） A library is more than just a place where books are stored. There were more than 100 people at the party. He is more than willing to help you. He can jump no more than you. He’s more like a writer than an artist.
4. Inform Vt. 通知，告知 Inform sb of sth I informed her mother of her safe arrival. She returned and informed us of their decision. We were informed that a big fire had broken out in the next town. His letter informed us how and when he was expected to arrive in Beijing. Has he been informed of his father’s death?
5. without effort 毫不费劲地 He did it without effort. spare no effort make an effort make no effort to do 6. read about 读关于 …… 的文章；获悉 I read about the accident in the newspaper. read sth 读（内容） I read a good article in today’s paper.
7. suffer from 苦于 …… ； 患 …… 的病 She often suffers from headache. 8. draw attention to 对 …… 加以注意； 把注意力吸引到 …… 上来 catch / attract §He drew attention to the rising employment §You should pay attention to the experiment. §He devoted much attention to training new teachers. §I must call your attention to the air pollution. §She turned her attention to improve her English. §You must fix your attention on / upon what the teacher is saying.
9. addict be / become / get addicted to She is addicted to drinking. He became addicted to drugs. She is addicted to reading. 10. look up to 尊敬，钦佩 Schoolboys usually look up to great athletes. He is a fine chap. I’ve always looked up to him. We should look up to him as an example of devotion to duty.
affair: 指日常事务或国家事务 the affairs of state/one’s family business: 指商务或正经事 travel on business matter: 指麻烦事；常与 the 连用 What’s the matter with you? event: 其所长指国内外的大事 to cover events in politics It’s none of your business. Mind your own affairs. Business is business.
1.Experienced editors and reporters make informed decisions about what events to report… 2.We asked two of China’s many talented journalists to tell us more about news and newspapers. 3.After the interview, the reporter must present the material in an organised way and… 4.Chen wrote about the efforts to bring stolen cultural relics back to china. 5.I want to write about people addicted to drugs. 6.TV programmes and printed articles help people in other countries learn about China and the Chinese people. 7.The media can often help solve problems and draw attentions to situations where help is needed. 8.It will lead to a future world where people from all countries are respected and different views and opinions are tolerated.
I brought some painted chairs. Everybody attended the meeting held last week. He’s one of those invited. single past participle, before the n. phrase after the n. put the past participle after “something”, “anything”, “those” and so on.
A reporter begins by contacting the people to be interviewed and then prepares questions. Most of the artists invited to the party were from South Africa. Did you see the boy being questioned by the police? 过去分词作定语表示一个完成的被动动作。 现在分词被动式作定语表示一个正在进行的被动动作。 不定式的被动式作定语表示一个将来的被动动作。
She looks worried. Your article is well written. They have got engaged five years ago. TThe glass is broken. TThe glass was broken by Tom last night. 用作表语的过去分词，被动意味很弱，主要表示动作的完成和 状态，此时相当于一个形容词。 被动语态的过去分词，动作意味很强，句子主语为动作的承受 者，后常跟 by 短语。
Compete the sentences using the right form of the given verb. 1.I had nothing to do. I was __________ (bore) and lonely. 2.Jack looked even more _______ (amaze) than he felt. 3.The results were very _____________ (disappoint). 4.I was thanked by the _____________ (satisfy) customer. 5.The girl ___________ (dress) in red is my daughter. 6.Last Monday our class went on an ____________ (organise) trip. Compete the sentences using the right form of the given verb. 1.I had nothing to do. I was __________ (bore) and lonely. 2.Jack looked even more _______ (amaze) than he felt. 3.The results were very _____________ (disappoint). 4.I was thanked by the _____________ (satisfy) customer. 5.The girl ___________ (dress) in red is my daughter. 6.Last Monday our class went on an ____________ (organise) trip. bored amazed disappointing satisfied dressed dressed organised