T: If you look through the newspapers, you will see a lot of headlines. Sometimes they
are not right grammatically. Let’s correct them.
Каждый ученик получает заголовок, который нужно откорректировать.
1. Girl stole the bank raid
2. Liverpool beaten 3 – 0 by United
3. Woman murdered in London flat
4. Pop Star given 6 months to live
5. Diamonds stolen from millionaire’s home
6. Kidnappers paid, £ 1 million
7. Picasso painting sold for £ 5 million
8. Foreign languages learnt many people by radio
9. Woman (were) expected to stay at home
10. Basketball (was) invented by a teacher
11. Demonstrations (were) held in Red Square
12. They (were) married in a Church
13. The film (is) shown every week
14. Their marriage (was) feasted through the country
7.Закрепление лексики, необходимой для описания газет.
T: You see, some newspapers give serious coverage of news and comments. They
contain information on home and foreign affairs, serious editorials. They provide
much professional advertising. They give truthful and factual information. And some
newspapers are for less serious readers. They rather entertain than inform.
Chose the sentences which suit for serious newspapers and then – for less serious ones.
На доске написаны фразы, которые подходят к серьезным по содержанию
газетам и газетам более низкого качества. Нужно разгруппировать их на две
Фразы на доске:
1. They given serious coverage of news and comments.
2. They contain information on home and foreign affairs.
3. They contain brief news reports.
4. They carry serious editorials.
5. They provide up-to-date financial information.
6. They contain large number of photographs and gossipiest.
7. They give full attention to personal stories, especially sensational.
8. They provide much professional advertising.
9. They contain sport and entertainment.
10. They give truthful and factual information.
11. They publish shocking situations and events.
12. They style is often confer sectional with much use of slang, nick-names and catchy
13. They inform.
14. They rather entertain than inform.