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1 LISTENING ACTIVITIES Violence on Television Pre-Listening Activities While-Listening Activities Post-Listening Activities

2 WARM-UP ACTIVITES In group of 3, work out this game: Each group name 5 TV programs or movies you know or have seen that contain a lot of violence. Write it down on the piece of paper The teacher will read the name of some violent films or programs, which group got it all win the game

3 Again, choose other partners to form triplet-group. Fill in this below network: What kinds of violent acts that you can see in violent films or programs. Which group can name the most will win in this activity Violent films or programs

4 Listening Practice 1: (2times) What words can you hear among these words: today, nowadays, problems, issue, sex, violence, swearing, TV, television, often, usually, discusses, debated, concerned, care, images, violence acts, aggressive, angry ban, restriction, limit, sexy channel, violent programs, be able, not be able, feel, switch, choose, watch, hear believe, killing, violence, likely, unable, unlikely, attitude, behavior While-listening activities

5 Listening Practice 2: Choose the correct answer to each question: (2times) 1. What may the viewers do after watching the violent programs? –Imitate them –Watch another one –Go and buy the weapons –None is correct

6 2. Which examples did the speakers draw? –Murdering and bank robbing –Bank robbing and Shooting –Murdering and wrestling –Wrestling and Shooting

7 3. Why shouldn’t viewer imitate the wrestlers? –It may kill them –It may make them wounded –It may annoy the neighborhood –It may bring them troubles with the authority

8 4. Why do the viewers use gun in the second example? –They argue with someone else –They want to rob the bank –They ask their parents for more allowance –They meet an infamous murder

9 Listening Practice 3: (2times) Fill in the missing words: Another _______ that some people have with _______ TV is that it might make people less _______ to the ______ of violence. In other _______, people _____ watch many _____ of violence on television might no longer be _______ by violent acts. They might then _______ quite tolerant with the use of violence Another concern that some people have with violent TV is that it might make people less sensitive to the effects of violence. In other words, people who watch many acts of violence on television might no longer be shocked by violent acts. They might then become quite tolerant with the use of violence

10 Decide if it’s True/ False/ Not Mentioned what the opponents argue TV has harmful effects on the viewers(F) Violent acts have taken place long before television(T) Viewers can’t tell the difference between television and real life(F) The murders often imitate the violent acts on television (NM) Viewers cannot imitate or become more sensitive to violent acts(F) Parents should ban the children from watching TV(F) Listening Practice 4 (2 times)

11 Listening Practice 5 (2 times) Listen to the opinions of psychologists. Take note and report in class The psychologists have conducted _____________________ Effects on Children and Adults: _____________________=__________ esp. pple w.___________________ Psychologists research on rate of murder: _________________ the following day after _____________________ Most ______________ agree on contribution of____________________ on every day life behavior The psychologists have conducted ____research study________ Effects on Children and Adults: _____slightly aggressive_______=___dults____ esp. pple w.__aggressive personality_______ Psychologists research on rate of murder: __increase____ the day following after ___televised boxing match_______ Most ______psychologists_____ agree on contribution of___violence___ on every day life behavior

12 Listen to the conclusion of the extract. Get in group of 4. Discuss the possible Headline for the extract. Discuss these questions: 1. Have violent acts affected you or the people that you know? 2. Do you agree with violent acts on TV? 3. Should we restrict those on TV? 4. Which viewers should we restrict? 5. Give some suggestions to solve the problem Post-listening Activities


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