Презентация "Short Messages Writing" 10 класс


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Short Messages Writing

  • Spotlight 10
  • Module 3e

Objectives

  • to learn the rules of a short message writing
  • to read some messages
  • to learn how to shorten sentences
  • to revise abbreviations
  • to practise a short message writing

Theory/Ex.2b, p.36

  • 2 abbreviations
  • 3 present participle
  • 4 imperative
  • 5 informal linker
  • 6 short form

Make the sentences shorter/Ex.3

  • 2 (I) Can’t come tonight ― no money.
  • 3 Back late tonight.
  • 4 Meeting in front of theatre at 8.
  • 5 Your food’s in the fridge.
  • 6 Got a new Saturday job. I’ll tell you
  • when see you.

Make the sentences shorter/Ex.3

  • 7 Gone to supermarket. Back soon.
  • 8 Looking forward to our trip next month.
  • 9 Sorry (I) didn’t call you yesterday. I’ll call
  • you tonight.
  • 10 John’s buying (the) tickets for
  • Saturday’s match.

Revising abbreviations

  • Text messages have a unique language that uses the shortest possible forms of words and even substitutes numbers for words.
  • E.g. C u l8r; 2 nite
  • This style of writing is only appropriate
  • in text messages or in chatrooms
  • on the Internet.

Identifying short messages/Ex.4

  • A 6 thanks
  • B 3 email addresses (@, com, mail)
  • C 4 sorry
  • D 1 Don’t forget
  • E 5 2, 2nite, u, ☺
  • F 2 14, Church Lane, Aylesbury
  • Dear Sally, Having great time here

Using abbreviations/Ex.5

  • 1 E 2 C 3 D 4 B 5 A
  • 1 etc 2 e.g. 3 asap 4 P.S.

Rewriting a message/Ex.6b-7

  • Hi Mum
  • Thanks for buying my boots. Will be home at 6.30.
  • Don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten Dad’s birthday.
  • See you later!
  • Luke

Writing a note/Ex.8

  • Hi Katie
  • Sorry can’t come shopping today. Have lots
  • of homework to do. How about meeting
  • later in front of cinema at 6?
  • Love,
  • Emma

Let’s sum up

  • I have learnt…
  • I have revised…
  • I have practised …