Презентация "What's on today?" 9 класс


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What's on today?

What's on today?

Read the conversation and find out the meaning of the words from the context. a premiere                                          to advertise                                a cast the tickets are sold out                        to star                                             What's on? Emily:     It would be a pity to be in LA and not to go to a movie theater. Let's go to Mann's Chinese                   Theater. You told us that it's famous for its premieres. Jack:        Yes, let's see what's on today. Misha:    Oh, look today is the premiere of "The Big Day". I'd really like to see that. Mark:      Yes, it's been advertised everywhere, on TV, on the radio, in the newspapers and magazines. Jack:        I'm afraid the tickets are sold out. It's very difficult to get tickets to the premiere. Rob:         That surprises me. Why is that? Jack:        You're in Hollywood, remember. And this is the famous Mann's                   Chinese Theater. It's really well-known for its movie premieres, and the footprints                    and handprints of the celebrities who have visited it. Emily:     Will the celebrities come too? Jack:        Yes, normally the stars in the cast turn up for the premiere. That's why this place is so popular. Emily:     I see. Misha:    Excuse me, I didn't understand what you've just said. Emily:     The stars are the actors who play the main parts. You can also say that these actors starred in                    the movie. The cast is all of the actors who took part in the movie.

Read the English words for describing films and match them with the Russian translations.

  •   a thriller
  • an adventure film
  • a documentary
  • a blockbaster
  • a cult film
  • a drama
  •  7. a historical film 8.    a fantasy film 9.    a horror film 10.    a science fiction film 11.    an animated film / cartoon 12.    a war film 13.    a western 14.    a children's film 15.    a soap opera 16.    a comedy 17.    a classic 18.    a musical 19.    an action film 20.    a romance

  • драма
  • культовый фильм
  • приключенческий фильм
  • документальный фильм
  • блокбасте
  • триллер
  • боевик
  • мыльная опера
  • мюзикл
  • мультфильм
  • классический фильм
  • фильм о любви
  • фильм ужасов
  • вестерн
  • исторический фильм
  • фэнтези
  • фильм для детей
  • фантастика
  • фильм о войне
  • комедия

Blockbuster— this term was first used during World War II, and was a name for a very large bomb. It was formed from the words for a city block and bust, a verb meaning "to break". A blockbuster was a bomb large enough to destroy a city block. After the war this term started to be used to describe an important, popular and successful film or book.

  • Blockbuster— this term was first used during World War II, and was a name for a very large bomb. It was formed from the words for a city block and bust, a verb meaning "to break". A blockbuster was a bomb large enough to destroy a city block. After the war this term started to be used to describe an important, popular and successful film or book.
  • Western — a typical American film genre. The setting is usually on the American frontier during the second half of the 19th century (1865-1900). The characters in these films are usually cowboys and Indians.

a)    Match the words used to describe films with the definitions. b)    Use them to say what kind of films you like / dislike and why. 1.    boring                                      a) there's lots of fighting and blood 2.    funny                                       b) fantastic 3.    violent                                      c) very exciting 4.    moving                                     d) makes you fall asleep 5.    thrilling                                     e) terrible 6.    superb                                      f) makes you laugh 7.    awful                                        g) very emotional and sad 

  • a)    Match the words used to describe films with the definitions. b)    Use them to say what kind of films you like / dislike and why. 1.    boring                                      a) there's lots of fighting and blood 2.    funny                                       b) fantastic 3.    violent                                      c) very exciting 4.    moving                                     d) makes you fall asleep 5.    thrilling                                     e) terrible 6.    superb                                      f) makes you laugh 7.    awful                                        g) very emotional and sad 

Jack and his friends are deciding which film to see. Listen to the conversation, read it and say which film suits all of them.

Emily:    I'd like to see a romance. Let's go to "Shakespeare in Love".  Rob:       Oh, no. It's boring.  Mark:     How can you tell if you haven't seen it? It's funny and there's a love story in it so it's a kind of romantic comedy.

Rob:      If you want a comedy, let's see "Home Alone".  Mark:     But it's so old! I've seen it ten times already.  Misha:   Yes, it'll be a waste of time.  Jack:       Let's see "Shrek" then. It's really worth seeing: it's about love, it's funny, and the music is great.  Mark:     But it's an animated film for kids. I can't stand animated films.  Jack:       Well, you'll have to make up your minds quickly... The films are about to start.

Homework

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