Презентация "Television: for and against" 9 класс


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  • Television:
  • for and against
  • Агапова Н. А., учитель английского языка
  • МОУ «СОШ №6» г. Новомосковска Тульской области

  • Answer the questions:
  • How often do you watch TV?
  • When do you usually watch TV? .
  • Which of the following possible aims of television do you think is the most important? • to instruct • to inform • to entertain
  • What TV channels are popular in Russia, in the UK, the USA?
  • What are your favourite TV channels?

  • What TV programmes do you like best?
  • What TV programmes don’t you like?
  • Do you watch serious programmes?
  • What are the most popular television programmes in our country?
  • Wonders field
  • Travels club
  • A hundred to one
  • While everybody’s at home
  • The big difference
  • The minute of glory
  • House 2
  • What? Where? When?
  • Time
  • Today
  • 6 shots
  • Health
  • The special correspondent
  • The cleverest
  • Russian sensations
  • The Maximum
  • Dialogues about animals
  • The big races
  • Projectorperishilton
  • Galileo

  • Guess the types of programmes:
  • 1. Programmes that is broadcast several times a day which tells you about all the important events.
  • 2. Film stories for children made by photographing a series of drawings.
  • 3. TV stories about a group of people and their lives which is broadcast regularly for many years.
  • 4. Situation comedies, a popular form of humorous TV having a number of standard characters who appear in different stories every week.
  • 6. Programmes that gives you facts and information about a serious subject such as history, science or social problems.
  • the news
  • cartoons
  • soap operas
  • sitcoms
  • documentaries
  • 7. Programmes showing animals, birds etc. in their natural surrounding (environment).
  • 8. Programmes deal with systematic training and instruction of different subjects. With the help of these programmes one can get knowledge.
  • wild life programmes
  • educational programmes
  • 9. Programmes on which members of the audience are asked questions, in case of correct answer they receive prizes.
  • quiz programmes
  • 5. Films in which excitement and emotional appeal are the essential elements.
  • thrillers

  • Fill the missing word in:
  • a) adults b) understanding c) cruel d) criminal e) influence f) afraid g) violent h) dangerous i) watching j) hours
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  • The 1 _____of television on people’s behavior is great. Most young children watch TV for many 2 _____every week. They watch it long before they have any real 3 _____of what they are 4______. They watch programmes that are meant for 5 _____. They stay up late and watch films containing violence. There is a lot of evidence to show that they are often harmed by seeing such things. There is now more crime and violence in our society than ever before. Everyone is 6 ______to go out at night. These are 7 ______times we live in. This is also the time when more and more people are watching 8 ______films on television. For example, a child may see cruelty in a film. The child learns from the film how to be 9______. Many young people become too excited by violent films and when the film is over they go out and commit 10 _____acts.

  • The 1 e influence of television on people’s behavior is great. Most young children watch TV for many 2 j hours every week. They watch it long before they have any real 3 b understanding of what they are 4 i watching. They watch programmes that are meant for 5 a adults. They stay up late and watch films containing violence. There is a lot of evidence to show that they are often harmed by seeing such things. There is now more crime and violence in our society than ever before. Everyone is 6 f afraid to go out at night. These are 7 h dangerous times we live in. This is also the time when more and more people are watching 8 g violent films on television. For example, a child may see cruelty in a film. The child learns from the film how to be 9 c cruel. Many young people become too excited by violent films and when the film is over they go out and commit 10 d criminal acts.

  • encounter– сталкиваться;
  • a pro-social message – социальное послание;
  • the reverse– противоположное, обратное;
  • worthwhile – стоящий, стоить;
  • require practice – требует практики;
  • become skillful– стать умелым, опытным;
  • caregivers– сиделки, няни;
  • on average– в среднем;
  • to access TV content- иметь доступ к телевизионному меню;
  • excessive TV viewing –чрезмерный просмотр телевизора;
  • contribute – вносить, способствовать;
  • poor grades – плохие отметки;
  • obesity –тучность;
  • target– предназначаться, целиться .

  • True or false
  • Shows with a pro-social message cannot have a positive effect on kids' behavior.
  • TV can affect kids' health, behavior and family life in negative ways.
  • TV viewing starts earlier than other forms of media.
  • Kids without a TV in their bedroom spend an average of almost 1.5 hours more per day watching TV than kids with a TV in the bedroom..
  • Most children’s programmes do not teach what parents say they want their children to learn.

  • Complete the sentences:
  • According to the text:
  • 1. Television can open up new worlds for kids,
  • -giving them a chance to travel the globe, learn about different cultures.
  • -showing crimes, violence and cruelty.
  • -advertising new goods, showing talk shows and soap operas.
  • 2. Kids are likely to learn things from TV that
  • -can educate them.
  • -parents don't want them to learn.
  • -parents want them to learn.
  • 3. Spending time watching TV can take time away from …
  • -washing up, doing the flat.
  • -drinking alcohol, smoking .
  • -healthy activities .
  • 4. Kids ages 6-11 spend about …
  • -28 hours a week in front of the TV.
  • -37 hours a week in front of the TV.
  • -32 hours a week in front of the TV.

  • Find in the text the English for:
  • шанс путешествовать по миру;
  • положительные изменения в жизни;
  • замещает время потраченное на общение с нянями и другими детьми;
  • кабельное или спутниковое телевидение;
  • 5) плохие отметки;
  • 6) проблемы с поведением;
  • 7) жестокое решение проблем;
  • 8) десятки тысяч телевизионных реклам.

  • Answer the questions:
  • 1. Does television have its bad side?
  • 2. What are the advantages of television?
  • 3. Who must think about the role of television in the family?
  • 4. What can people do instead watching TV?
  • 5. Do the children become TV addicted?
  • 6. What can excessive TV viewing contribute to ?
  • 7. Why do not some parents satisfy with TV programmes?
  • 8. What can children see in tens of thousands of TV commercials?

  • For
  • Against
  • 4. TV informs about current events and the latest developments in science and politics.
  • 10.Television may do harm to our health.
  • 6.Television can often present information to us in a more effective way than books can.
  • 3. The TV viewers need do nothing: they make no choices, they're completely passive and don't even use their legs.
  • 5.Television is the best means of communication.
  • 7.It encourages us to buy things that we don’t need.
  • 12. Little by little television cuts us off from the real world.
  • 11.It entertains us. It helps to relax.
  • 9.For millions of people around the world, television is a source of companionship and helps them to cope with everyday life.
  • 14.It takes time away from activities such as reading, conversation, sports and games.
  • 8.It helps to advertise the popularity of sports and arts.
  • 13.It makes us aware of our global responsibilities.
  • 15.It gives a false picture of society. People who watch a lot of television are more afraid of crime.
  • 16. Television makes people violent. Children who watch violent television programmes are more likely to be violent themselves.
  • 1. Apart from their entertainment value, they provide useful topics for conversations.
  • 2.Television may be the cause of many conflicts in the family.

  • For
  • Against
  • 1. TV informs about current events and the latest developments in science and politics.
  • 2.Television can often present information to us in a more effective way than books can.
  • 3. It entertains us. It helps to relax.
  • 4.For millions of people around the world, television is a source of companionship and helps them to cope with everyday life.
  • 5. It helps to advertise the popularity of sports and arts.
  • 6.It makes us aware of our global responsibilities.
  • 7. Apart from their entertainment value, they provide useful topics for conversations.
  • 8. Television is the best means of communication.
  • 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13
  • 1. Little by little television cuts us off from the real world.
  • 2. The TV viewers need do nothing: they make no choices, they're completely passive and don't even use their legs.
  • 3.It encourages us to buy things that we don’t need.
  • 4.It takes time away from activities such as reading, conversation, sports and games.
  • 5. It gives a false picture of society. People who watch a lot of television are more afraid of crime.
  • 6. Television makes people violent. Children who watch violent television programmes are more likely to be violent themselves.
  • 7.Television may do harm to our health.
  • 8. Television may be the cause of many conflicts in the family.
  • 2. 3, 7, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16

  • 1 Giving opinions:
  • I think…
  • As far as I'm concerned…
  • The way I see it…
  • I suppose…
  • In my opinion…
  • I’d just like to say...
  • To my mind,…
  • If you ask me...
  • 2 Polite disagreements:
  • Maybe, but I am not sure.…
  • I have mixed feelings about it..…
  • I can see your point, but…
  • I’m afraid I’m not of the same opinion…
  • I’m sorry, but I can’t agree with you.

  • Text books: ex. 13 p. 58
  • Work books: ex. 28 p 30
  • Start to collect some material to write an essay on one of the problems concerning TV.
  • Teen’s problems on TV.
  • The most interesting TV people.
  • Prime- time TV programs.
  • Commercials on TV.
  • The future of TV.
  • Your homework: