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The aims of the lesson: a)Educational aims: to teach pupils’ to speak about the text and to enrich students’ vocabulary with new words. b) Developing aims: to develop reading, listening, fluent speaking and writing skills. c) The up-bringing aims: to understand the students advantages and disadvantages of watching TV and to create an English-speaking atmosphere.
The text. Television and Children “Television is doing a great harm. It is a real monster.” How often we hear statements like this! Television hasn’t been with us all the time, but we are already beginning to forget what the world was like without it. What did we use to do before there was television? First of all, we never found it difficult to spend our free time. We used to enjoy civillized pleasures. For instance, we used to have hobbies, we used to entertain our friends be entertained by them, we used to go outside for our amusements to theatres, cinemas, restaurants and sporting events. We even used to read books and listen to music. Now all our free is regulated by the “magic box”. We rush home to be in time for this or that programme. A sandwich and a glass of tea will do – anything if only it doesn’t interfere with the programme. Whole generations are growing up addicted to the telly. Food is left uneaten, homework undone and sleep is lost. It is now standard practice for mother to keep the children quiet by putting them in the living-room with the telly alone: It doesn’t matter what the children will watch – what so long as they are quiet. Television encourages passive enjoyment. It is so easy to sit in our armchairs watching others working. Little by little, television cuts us off from the real world. We get so lazy, we choose to spend a fine day in semi-darkness, glued to our sets, rather than go out into the world itself. Television is a splendid means of communicating with each other. We only understand it when we spend a holiday by the sea or in the mountains, far away from civilization, in quiet, natural surroundings.
Television helps us to relax after a hard day’s work. Too much television is bad for children – it’s unhealthy. Thanks to television children become more active and creative. Programmes about violence make people more sensitive. Television has both advantages and disadvantages. True False True True False
Word study Magazine programme – programme which is a mixture of “hard” news and feature items; Wild life programme – programme showing animals, birds, etc. in their natural environment; Quiz programme – programme on which members of the audience are asked questions, in case of correct answer they receive prizes; “Soap” opera-play which originally appeared on the radio and was sponsoured by soap advisers, presenting emotional and melodramic situations like many operas of the 19th centure; Video clip – minifilm, about the length of a song, interpreting or dramatizing a song; Western – uniquely American film presenting myth about pioneering, courageous Americans.
The task is to match each type of programme on the left with the correct item on the right. Sport Comedies News Nature films Quiz shows Jokes and funny situations Information about what’s happening in the world Football, boxing, swimming People try to win prizes by answering questions Animals, fish, birds, plants, flowers
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