Презентация "The Press in the UK" 9 класс
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The Press in the UK
Stories about famous people
3.To publish a book
4.To write an article
6.To print in colour
7.To type quickly
8.To earn money
11.Private lives of people
lives of people
Give national and international news, publish articles on many general subjects.
Papers which are sold in all parts of the UK
Newspapers usually with gossip about celebrities.
Publish national as well as local news
News about recent events
NEWSPAPERS IN BRITAIN
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
THE DAILY MAIL
THE DAILY MIRROR
THE DAILY STAR
Popular newspapers (known as «tabloids») carry a lot of big photographs, contain short, simple reports on the main news, stories about famous people.
Quality newspapers (known as «heavies») contain a lot of serious articles, e.g. about politics, business, science, cultural news.
DIVIDE THESE WORDS INTO GROUPS.
Short articles in general.
Lots of photos and illustrations.
Sensationalist – articles about scandals.
Simple language, but sometimes difficult for foreigners due to use of slang.
Double in size of tabloids.
Long articles, lots of words.
Formal / serious tone.
Wide vocabulary and standard English.
Quality papers (broadsheets)
Popular papers (tabloids)
WHAT’S IN THE PAPERS?
Bomb suspected in Russian crash
At least 39 people were killed and nearly 100 injured when a Russian express train came off the rails last night in what is being investigated as a bomb attack.
Johnson condemns hacker to Xmas in a US jail
by Paddy McGuffin
Computer hacker Gary McKinnon is facing Christmas in a US jail after the Home Secretary refused to block his extradition.
- I am with you there.
- Well, I agree… but…
- I can’t but agree with you.
- There is no doubt that…
- It goes without saying that…
- It can’t be denied that…
- It’s necessary to remember that…
- That’s not true at all!
- I’d like to add that… \ let me add that
- Comment on the following pictures using the words in brackets.
- to be full of gossip; articles about natural disasters, plane crashes, murders and robberies;
- unreliable information; to feel depressed;
MATCH THE TOPICS WITH THE SENTENCES.
1.The President of Russia visited China yesterday._______________
2.The new retro band The Darkness have taken us back to the 1970s with their songs.
3.Get faster Internet access with the latest broadband versions._____________
4.Chelsea’s boss has bought five new players._________
5.The story was not really believable but some of the acting, especially by Orlando Bloom, was fantastic.________
6.The new Honda is the best yet – a pleasure to drive._______
7.Vivienne Eastwood’s new dresses are cheap and colorful._________