Objectives:To develop students’ abilities to organize information and construct it into a text (on the basis of an interview and a newspaper report)
To develop students’ abilities to revise, redraft and improve their writing
To develop student abilities to construction questions
Equipment: worksheets, 2 posters, markers, glue, cartoon worksheet
Procedure of the lesson
I. Org. Moment.
Checking up the home task
What kinds of Mass Media do you know?
Which is the most popular of them? Why?
How often do you read newspapers or magazines?
T.Today we are going to speak about newspapers. Do you or your friends, family read newspapers?
P.1: Yes, my mother likes reading newspapers.
My father (grandfather, uncle) likes reading newspapers.
Tabloids =small in size (406 mm – 513 mm).The Mirror.
Broadsheets=big in size, double in size of tabloids.The Times.
Circulation = number of readers-The sun.
The British is one of the biggest newspapers – reading nations in the world.
Newspaper is the oldest mass media. The first newspaper was published in China in the VIII century.
Of course, newspapers don’t react to events as quickly as TV, but they usually provide us with extra detail, comment and back ground information
In addition to the 12 national daily newspapers there are 9 national papers which are published on Sundays
A newspaper is a paper printed and sold usually daily or weekly with news, advertisement etc.
There are different types of newspapers.
Papers can be divided in:
National Local Daily weekly Sunday quality
Local newspapers give information on different events happening in the local area.
National newspapers are sold all over the country. Most of them express a political opinion.
Daily newspapers are published on every day of the week except Sunday
Sunday newspapers are larger than daily ones and often have 2 or 3 sections.
The newspapers are divided into two main groups:
Quality newspapers newspapers (known as «heavies») contain a lot of serious articles, covers national and news about politics, business, science, cultural news.
Popular newspapers (known as «tabloids») carry a lot of big and many photographs, short articles, simple reports on the main news, sensational stories about famous people.
The tabloid press is much more popular than the quality press.
Quality –“Financial Times”, “ The Times”, “The Guardian”, “ The Daily Telegraph”.
Popular-“ The Daily Express”, “The Daily Mirror”, “The Daily Mail”, “ The Daily Star”,” The Sun”.
Сабақ барысында сіз журналисттер маңызды конференцияда қатысып соңында шағын мақала жазу керек болады. Мақалада сабақтың негізігі бөлімдері,маңызды есте қалған ақпарат және бағалау.
Work with group
3 топқа бөлу \circle\
I.What do people read newspapers for? \write\
Топқа боліну \стикер\
Work with card \ бірін бірі тексеру\
II.Cards \жоқ сөздерді қою\
The ________press have short articles and lots of pictures.
The ________ press longer articles and more serious.
___________ newspaper are small in size.
____________ press covers national and international news.
___________ papers contain sensational stories.
___________ papers are more popular than tabloids.
III. Method “ Jokey and horse”\сыңарын табу\
give information on different events happening in the local area.
are published on every day of the week except Sunday.
3.Quality newspapers (known as «heavies»)
contain a lot of serious articles, covers national and international news about politics, business, science, cultural news.
4.Popular newspapers (known as «tabloids»)
carry a lot of big and many photographs, short articles, simple reports on the main news, sensational stories about famous people.
IV. Answer the question.
1.How many kinds of newspapers are there in Great Britain?
2.What are quality papers?
3.Why are tabloids so popular?
4.What information do local papers contain?
5.What serious English newspapers can you name?
6.What is the difference between:
-national and local newspapers;
-daily and Sunday newspapers;
-quality and tabloids?
10.What “quality” newspapers do you know?
11.What do they concern themselves with?
12.What “popular” newspapers do you know?
13.Are “quality” papers more popular than “tabloids”?
14.Are the British one of the biggest newspaper – reading nations in the world?
VI.Home task prepare newspaper
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