Підручник Англійська мова 9 клас (5-й рік навчання) - Т. І. Бондар - Методика Паблішинг 2017 рік
Check-in Let's listen and talk: The Chronicles of Narnia
Words in actio:n Let's make a great mobile movie
1. Let's make a great mobile movie.
1. Take time to get to know your mobile device so you can take full advantage of its features and abilities to get the best shots.
2. The sunlight is your best friend. When shooting outside, keep the light behind your camera and on the subject's face.
3. Focus on close ups. Learn about the 5-shot sequence, which is made up of mostly close up shots and clearly demonstrates action in your scenario.
The five-shot filming technique is popular in video and slideshow productions
In a five-shot sequence, the first shot is a close-up of a subject’s hands - a pianist, for example, tickling the ivories. The next shot is a close-up of the subject’s face. For the third shot, move back from the action and capture a medium shot of the subject. Next, move to an “over-the-shoulder” shot. Standing just behind the subject, shoot downward toward the action - hands on the keyboard, for example - showing what’s happening from a point-of-view. For the final shot, think of the most creative composition possible. You might use an unusual angle, shooting from the ground or high above the subject’s head, or you might move far away and capture an extreme wide-angle shot. You could capture the pianist from the other end of the room or stage, for example.
Once these patterns are mastered, you can mix and match them in lots of creative ways to create more complex sequences. Multiple sequences make scenes. And long-form video stories - even feature-length films - are ultimately made from lots of short shot sequences arranged back-to-back to build complex, multi-part scenes.
2. Arrange a five-shot technique
Look at the pictures and arrange them in a five-shot sequence. Put the numbers in the boxes. Explain why.
3. Words which describe
a) Make a 'positive' (+) and a 'negative' (-) list from the words in the box.
Add more words to your lists.
b) Choose words from your lists and write sentences about three things and three people. Here are some tips:
fantastic • outrageous • sad • glamorous • interesting • dramatic • tasty • awesome • old • dirty • bored • boring • trendy • awful • yukky • rich • cool • spicy • famous • funny • spooky • terrible • lonely • friendly • exciting • popular
clothes a holiday
a meal in a restaurant
4. Three musicians
a) What words can you use to describe the pictures? Make a mind map for each one.
b) Look at each picture again for five seconds. Then close your book and answer the questions.
1. Which musician isn't wearing sun glasses?
2. Who has a tattoo?
3. Who is wearing jewellery?
A. What is one of the musicians playing?
1 A rapper
2 A rock guitar Dlaver
3 A Latino singer
a) Find the word with the same meanings. Example: movie film
A: movie • prize • homie • still • produce • type • alien
B: make • style • strange • award • photo • film • friend
b) Use the words in box B to explain the words in box A.
Example: ‘Movie’ means the same as ‘film’.
Describe movie characters from the Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Porter, or your favorite movie.
Describe important people in film history.
Describe people or objects with 'who' and 'which'.
Make your own movie poster.
Discuss music and people in it.
Read and understand teenagers' message boards.
Express likes, dislikes when talking about (un)friendly people and being aware of prejudices (learn how to be tolerant with people who are different).
Make a movie.