Presentation on theme: "ORAL ENGLISH TRAINING 2013-5. REVIEW ScreenwriterCinematographerMakeup artist Director Lighting technician Extra Film editorProducerComposer Actor Special-effects."— Presentation transcript:
ORAL ENGLISH TRAINING
REVIEW ScreenwriterCinematographerMakeup artist Director Lighting technician Extra Film editorProducerComposer Actor Special-effects designer Stunt person Costume designer
WHO MAKES IT HAPPEN? Now, read the dialogue with your partners. A: What does a screenwriter do? person that B: That’s the person that writes the script for the movie.
TIC-TAC-TOE COMPETITION If your group give the correct answer, you can draw you symbol wherever you want on the chessboard. Or you can erase the other’s piece too. If your group fail to give the correct answer, you can’t play for this turn. Make three symbols in a row, then you win!
screenwriter Answer: A screenwriter is the person who writes the script.
composer Answer: A composer is the person who writes the music.
actor Answer: An actor is the person who plays a character.
Costume designer Answer: A costume designer is the person who creates clothing for actors.
Director Answer: A director is the person who leads the actors and actions.
Film editor Answer: A film editor is the person who puts the scenes together.
Producer Answer: A producer is the person who is in charge of the budget
Extra Answer: An extra is the person who has no lines and appears briefly in a scene.
Makeup artist Answer: A makeup artist is the person who applies makeup according to a character’s needs.
Stunt person Answer: A stunt person is the person who does difficult actions in place of the actor.
Special effects designer Answer: A special effects designer is the person who creates costumes, props… for special situations.
Cinematographer Answer: A cinematographer is the person who shoots the scenes.
Lighting technician Answer: A lighting technician is the person who arranges the lights.
SCRIPTWRITERS You are scriptwriters for a TV studio. You have to write a new script for a TV detective show or mystery. Plan an interesting story.
IT’S REALLY WORTH SEEING! Great Wall
IT’S REALLY WORTH SEEING! Colosseum
IT’S REALLY WORTH SEEING! Machu Picchu
IT’S REALLY WORTH SEEING! The Statue of Liberty
IT’S REALLY WORTH SEEING! The Eiffel Tower
FAMOUS LANDMARKS Which landmark did people live in? Which was a gift? Which was used for events? What else do you know about these places? What are the three most famous landmarks in our country?
FAMOUS LANDMARKS The Empire State Building
LISTENING -- COLOMBIA Facts about Colombia LocationNorthwest South America PopulationAround 36 million LanguageSpanish IndustriesTextiles and clothing; mining and oil Agricultural Products Coffee, flowers, sugar, bananas, rice, corn, and cotton
LISTENING -- COLOMBIA Listen again and check the things the speaker mentions about Colombia. Beaches (coastlines) VolcanoesSnow-capped mountains RiversLakesHot lowland plains
ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS The euro is used in Italy. Question: What currency is used in Italy?
ASK THE RIGHT QUESTIONS Write down one passive sentence on each card. If your team make the right question, your team gets a point. If it is not correct, the other team makes a question.
TRUE OR FALSE? Choose a country. Then answer these questions. Include one false statement. Where is it located?What currency is used? What cities are found there? What famous tourist attraction is found there? What language are spoken? What products are exported?
TRUE OR FALSE? Give a short talk about the country you choose. Can the class identify the false statement?