Розробки уроків - АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА 8 клас (за підручником А. М. Несвіт) - 2016 рік
Unit 1. MASS MEDIA: THE PRESS
Lesson 2. WHAT ARE YOU FOND OF READING?
Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; вдосконалювати навички усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку й мовленнєву реакцію учнів; розвивати пам'ять; виховувати зацікавленість у розширенні своїх знань.
Answer the questions.
1. What is “mass media”?
2. Why can’t people do without mass media?
3. What does “press” denote? (newspapers and periodicals)
4. When was the first newspaper printed? (In Italy in the 16th century)
5. What does press do? (Usually comments on matters or events of public interest)
2. Vocabulary practice
Do ex. 1 (a), p. 8.
Do ex. 1 (b), p. 8.
Do ex. 2 (a), p. 9.
The information usually comes from:
• the Internet,
• the radio,
• the television,
• other people,
• our teachers at school.
Do ex. 2 (b), p. 9.
Different kinds of the media present us various pieces of information. And we can choose what we like most of all. We can watch the news on TV at home, listen to it on the radio on the way to school or read it in a newspaper travelling somewhere. All kinds of mass media let us get information the way that suits us. All we need is to make a choice: to watch a film on TV, to listen to favourite songs on the radio or to read about sport or fashion events in a newspaper. But the fastest source of information is the Internet, of course. It lets us get any kind of information.
Listen to the text and talk about girls’ and boys’ preferences in reading magazines.
1. What are the main categories of magazines in Britain?
2. What category of magazines do British teenagers prefer?
3. What do girls like reading about?
4. Are there enough magazines for boys?
5. What do you think why 12-year-olds like reading the same magazines as 15-year-olds?
There are thousands of weekly and monthly magazines in Britain. They can be divided into four main categories: specialist magazines, such as the computer magazine PC Weekly; general magazines, such as the TV listings magazine Radio Times; women’s magazines.
Young people below the age of 18 do not buy newspapers, but they do buy magazines. There are quite a lot of magazines which are favourite ones of 15-year- olds, among them Smash Hits, a music magazine which both boys and girls buy, Shout, which is popular with young teenage girls, TV HITS, where you can read about stars, film stars and pop stars. Many more girls than boys buy magazines. Their main interests seem to be boys, pop music, clothes and make-up. Teenage girls like reading magazines which are aimed at an older the group. Just Seventeen, a popular magazine for girls, is not only the most popular one for 15-year-olds, it is also very popular with 12-year-olds. As for boys... So, some boys complain that there is nothing for them to read if they don’t like football magazines and computer games magazines.
Do the survey.
Ask your classmates about their attitude to different kinds of information and write down the answers to the following questions:
1. Who’s bored with politics?
2. Who’s interested in fashion?
3. Who knows quite a lot about celebrities’ lives?
4. Who likes watching TV?
5. Who’s keen on listening to music on the radio?
6. Who doesn’t like reading newspapers?
Listening to music on the radio
— Do you like politics / fashion / ... ?
— Are you fond of reading / listening to / watching ... ?
Answer the questions.
1. What role do newspapers play in our life?
2. Why are teens not interested in reading newspapers?
3. Why do they prefer reading magazines?
Write a short paragraph about your attitude to the media. Use the questions from ex. 1 (b), p. 8 as a plan.