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Презентация по английскому языку на тему "Mass media in Kazakhstan" (grade 9)



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Mass media in Kazakhstan

Securing the vocabulary relating to « Mass media in Kazakhstan ».

1) Ensure that during the lesson the students securing vocabulary on this topic.

2) To promote the expansion of horizons.

3) To develop skills in reading, speaking.

The defendant, the plaintiff, court, to appoint, to apply.


The procedure of the lesson:

T: Good morning, dear children! Sit down! Who is on duty today? What date is it today? Who is absent today?

How are you today? What’s the weather like today? What school problems do you have?


Cards. Give me your copybooks!


The theme of our lesson is “Mass media in Kazakhstan”. Today we are going to talk about newspapers.

a)new words;

b)read the text:Ex1.Read.

Media in Kazakhstan include television and radio, newspapers and the internet. Despite the freedom of the press being an established part of Kazakhstan's constitution, privately owned and opposition media have been subject to steadily increasing harassment and censorship. In 2004 the International Federation of Journalists identified a "growing pattern" of intimidation of the media, and in 2012 several opposition media outlets were ordered to be shut down on charges of promoting "extremism".

All media are required to register with the Ministry of Culture, Information and Sports, with the exceptionof websites.

Media in Kazakhstan include television and radio, newspapers and the internet. Despite the freedom of the press being an established part of Kazakhstan's constitution, privately owned and opposition media have been subject to steadily increasing harassment and censorship. In 2004 the International Federation of Journalists identified a "growing pattern" of intimidation of the media, and in 2012 several opposition media outlets were ordered to be shut down on charges of promoting "extremism".

All media are required to register with the Ministry of Culture, Information and Sports, with the exception of websites.

Newspapers A wide range of publications, mostly  supportive of the government, are available. The authorities operates one of the two national Russian-language newspapers and the only regular national Kazakh language newspaper. There were  990 privately owned newspapers and 418 privately owned magazines. Those supportive of the opposition face harassment and lawsuits.

Online news websites include:

Nursultan News; Aikyn ; Liter (newspaper) ; Kapital ; Tengri News (Kazakh news)  ;

Zhas Alash ; Bussines.kz ; Kazakhstanskaya Pravda.


c)working with exercises:

Ex2.Answer the questions.

Ex3.Make the dialogue.

Ex4.read the article.


Learn new words. Retell the text.

What was the theme of our lesson? What have you learnt today? What school problems do you have?

The marks for the lesson are… The lesson is over! Good-bye!





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Media in Kazakhstan include television and radio, newspapers and the internet. Despite the freedom of the press being an established part of Kazakhstan's constitution, privately owned and opposition media have been subject to steadily increasing harassment and censorship. In 2004 the International Federation of Journalists identified a "growing pattern" of intimidation of the media, and in 2012 several opposition media outlets were ordered to be shut down on charges of promoting "extremism".

All media are required to register with the Ministry of Culture, Information and Sports, with the exception websites.

Mass Media are the press, radio and television. Every day we read newspapers and magazines, listen to the radio and watch TV. Nowadays there are so many newspapers and magazines, radio stations and TV-channels that we have to be selective and give preference to some of them.

The newspapers and magazines I read are the most readable and have a large readership or circulation. One of them is "Arguments & Facts". This newspaper is worth reading, because there I can find all necessary information and it is always true fact.

As for the magazines, I like to read "7 days", "TV-park", and a very interesting one called "Vot tak".

But the most convenient way of getting information is to use Internet. From it I can learn as much information as I want and all types of it. I communicate with a lot of people in Russia and abroad and exchange information.

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