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What’s in the news? “When a dog bites a man, that is not news, because it happens so often. But if a man bites a dog, that is news.” John Bogart, a journalist
Lesson objectives Students will Be able to check their own progress in vocabulary Work in groups creating their own radio station and designing a radio programme Present their news programme Take part in group presentation
Look through the contents of the newspaper and write down the page numbers you would read if you were interested in: 1 news from China - changes in currency – the opinion of the editor – the situation in different regions of Russia – new films and books - the results of the latest football match – whether to take an umbrella tomorrow or not - Contents Editorial___1__ International news _2-5_ Home news _6-7__ Finance__8-10__ Sports __11-12__ Reviews __13__ Weather __14__ 2-5 8-10 1 6-7 13 11-12 14
Listen to the radio news and put the topics in the order they come in the programme. A. Manchester United has won one more match. B. New jobs-government initiative. C. Incredible spring temperatures. D. Competition for some university courses getting tougher. E. Earthquake death toll increasing. 1E 2B 3D 4A 5C
Complete the sentences with phrases so that they give surprising news. I h.v. n..s f.r y..! I’ve won the school race! Y.. m.. n.t b.l..v. it, but I have seen a flying saucer! T. t.ll y.. t.. tr..h, I didn’t do my homework myself – I copied it.
I have news for you! I’ve won the school race!
You may not believe it, but I have seen a flying saucer!
To tell you the truth, I didn’t do my homework myself – I copied it!
Thank you for a good job!
Vocabulary A reporter A photographer A cartoonist A journalist A sub-editor A foreign correspondent A newsreader An editor
Look at the following pictures and label them with the people’s occupations
Let’s begin our project!
Editor makes the final decision on what materials are included suggests changes if necessary is responsible for the programme in general, takes care of the timing and the order of presentations you cannot hear editor on the radio
Announcer opens and closes the news programme introduces each speaker fills in pauses if necessary
Reporters discuss the programme with the editor write and present news items
Useful tips Include brief, lively stories rather than long, detailed ones Use clear language Be aware that each radio station has five minutes to present its news programme.
What programme was more interesting? What programme was well organised and presented? Do you think the radio news programme are useful for us? Do you like our lesson? What part of the lesson do you like most of all?
It was a nice job!
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