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1 Урок по теме «Газеты» УМК английский язык 8 класс авторы: Афанасьева О Урок по теме «Газеты» УМК английский язык 8 класс авторы: Афанасьева О. В. Михеева И. В. Учитель: Ардышева Т. М. МБОУ «СОШ № 33» г. Нижнекамск
2 Guess the title.It is a British daily newspaper. It has brief news repots and a large number of photographs. Much attention is given to personal stores, especially when they are sensational. This newspaper mentions a figure in the public eye such as a member of the royal family. The importance is also given to sport and entertainment. The style of English in this paper is often conversational, which much use of slang, nick-names and catchy headlines.
4 British newspapersThe Times, The Independent, The Guardian, The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Daily Express, The Daily Mirror, The Sun, Today, The Daily Star, The Daily Mail.
5 American newspapersThe New York Times, The Washington Post, The Loss Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Christian Silence Monitor, Time, Newsweek, Businessweek, World Report, Cosmopolitan, The Ladies Home, Journal, The Saturday Evening Post.
6 Interview 1. Why do you read newspapers? a) for information b) for fun c) to while the time away2. What kinds of newspapers do you like to read?a) serious newspapersb) less serious newspapersc) science newspapersd) English newspaperse) newspapers for teenagersf) sport newspapersg) local newspapers3. Where do you get newspapers?a) buy in a news stallb) subscribe to newspapersc) ask my classmates4. Do you think you can do without any newspapers at all?a) Yes, I canb) No, I can’t
7 Correct the headlines Diamonds stolen from millionaire’s home Kidnappers paid, £ 1 millionPicasso painting sold for £ 5 millionForeign languages learnt many people by radioWoman expected to stay at homeBasketball invented by a teacherDemonstrations held in Red SquareThey married in a ChurchThe film shown every weekTheir marriage feasted through the country
8 Check up yourself Diamonds were stolen from a millionaire’s home Kidnappers were paid, £ 1 millionPicasso painting was sold for £ 5 millionForeign languages are learnt by many people by radioWoman were expected to stay at homeBasketball was invented by a teacherDemonstrations are held in Red SquareThey were married in a ChurchThe film is shown every weekTheir marriage was feasted through the country
9 Choose the sentences which suit for serious newspapers and then – for less serious ones. 1. They given serious coverage of news and comments. 2. They contain information on home and foreign affairs. 3. They contain brief news reports. 4. They provide up-to-date financial information. 5. They contain large number of photographs and gossipiest. 6. They give full attention to personal stories, especially sensational. 7. They contain sport and entertainment. 8. They give truthful and factual information. 9. They publish shocking situations and events. 10. They style is often confer sectional with much use of slang, nick-names and catchy headlines. 11. They rather entertain than inform.
10 Serious newspapers They given serious coverage of news and comments. They contain information on home and foreign affairs.They provide up-to-date financial information.They give truthful and factual information.
11 Less serious newspapers They contain brief news reports.They contain large number of photographs and gossipiest.They give full attention to personal stories, especially sensational.They contain sport and entertainment.They publish shocking situations and events.They style is often confer sectional with much use of slang, nick-names and catchy headlines.
12 You are the editor of the newspaper Talk about your newspaperGood morning. I am the editor of the newspaper… I would like to tell you some words about our newspaper…It contains: current newsdetailed articles abouthome and international eventsreviews of new books, plays and TV showsletters of readers to the editorarticles on social issuesjokes and anecdotesshort stories and itemscaricaturescrossword puzzlesadvertisementsarticles devoted (to art)I hope you are not disappointed our cooperation.