Презентация "Can the media influence your life?" 9 класс


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Can the media influence your life?

  • Цели:
  • социокультурный аспект: - знакомство с высказываниями британских и российских подростков о роли средств массовой информации в их жизни; Знакомство с некоторыми сведениями о потребительских вкусах подростков
  • развивающий аспект – развитие способностей к анализу, сравнению, обобщению, перефразированию
  • воспитательный аспект – формирование межкультурного осознания; формирование положительного отношения к фактам иноязычной культуры
  • учебный аспект – формирование грамматических навыков говорения
  • Сопутствующие задачи: развитие умения читать и аудировать с целью извлечения конкретной информации и полным пониманием содержания

Can the media influence your life?

Reported statements with modal verbs

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Put them into Reported speech

1. “I’m going to the seaside soon,” she said. 2. “Does this bus stop next station?” asked Helen. 3. He asked her:”Are you working now?” 4. The teacher asked:”Can you play the piano?” 5. I asked her:”Why are you late?” 6. “Who has broken the window?” the teacher asked. 7. “Look at this paper” he said. 8. “Don’t go alone in the evening,” she said.

What did the teenagers say?

Did their parents agree with them?

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Make up

Sweets and chocolate

Snacks

magazines

mobile phone cards

Music and DVDs

Clothing

Footwear

The things below are often advertised in the media. Which of these things are most popular with young Brits? Which things are more popular with girls and which are more popular with boys? Who spends more? What do you think?

Listen, write and check if your suggestions were correct

girls

  • sweets and chocolate
  • clothes
  • shoes
  • magazines
  • make up

boys

  • snacks
  • computer games
  • DVDs and CDs

Who spends more?

Girls spend more on mobile phones than boys

The verbs can be used

  • (to) ask
  • (to) know
  • (to) want to know
  • (to) expect
  • (to) order
  • (to) notice
  • (to) decide
  • (to) suppose
  • (to) promise
  • (to) admit
  • (to) be afraid
  • (to) be upset
  • (to) remember
  • (to) be sure
  • (to) hope
  • (to) suggest