Комбинированный урок с видеоподдержкой "British Newspapers"


<font size="2">Комбинированный урок с видеоподдержкой "British Newspapers" </font>

<font size="2"> Цель:
1. Освоение новых знаний по теме "British Newspapers" на основе видеофильма.
Задачи:
1. Научить аудированию аутентичного текста на основе видеофильма.
2. Научить извлекать нужную информацию из просмотренного.
3. Подготовить учащихся к составлению монологического высказывания и
научить составлять его, используя материал видеофильма и изучаемую
лексику.
Оснащение урока: видеомагнитофон, видеокассета "Press and Sports". </font>

<font size="2"> План урока: </font>

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I. Приветствие: Good morning students. Glad to see you. I'm sure every
body is all right. Let's begin our work. Today we are going to speak
about British newspapers. </font>

<font size="2"> II.Речевая подготовка: First of all answer some questions:
-Do you like reading newspapers?
-What newspapers do the members of your family prefer reading?
-Is reading newspapers popular in Britain?
-Do you know the titles of British newspapers? </font>

<font size="2"> III. Отработка лексики по теме:
Yes, you are right. Reading newspapers is popular in Britain and our
aim today is to find out what newspapers the British read what types of
newspapers are there and what they are different from each other. </font>

<font size="2"> 1) Answer my questions:
-What are two main types of newspapers in Britain?
-What is the difference between broadsheets and popular papers? </font>

<font size="2"> 2) Отработка лексики по теме.
Now, let's find out some more facts, proved that quality papers and
tabloids are different. Last lesson we learnt some phrases. Read them
one by one.
-contain political, industrial and cultural news
-devote pages to finance matters and business
-have an undramatic design with long articles
-compress news
-contain sensations stories
-use large headlines and photographs
-have more writing than pictures
-report in detail on serious news
-have less to say and more to show in pictures
-are (not) interested in foreign news
-have detailed articles about the arts and sports
-have short articles about less important events
-have short articles about the private lives of famous people
-give information about films, concerts
-devote large sections to business and sports
-cover nation and international news
-have a more sensational reporting style
-report the latest scandal or gossip in the private lines of famous people
-provide readers with articles about theatre and cinema performances </font>

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Now, I'll give you sheets of papers with these phrases. Think and
divide them into two columns. Say what is typical of each of these
types of newspapers: quality papers and tabloids. I'll give two
minutes. Work, please.
Now, let's check the results.
Pl, P2, P3...
And now, let's watch the video and see if you are right or not. </font>

<font size="2"> IV. Watching the video:
I. Pre-watching:
Answer my questions:
-Is reading newspapers popular in Britain?
-What types of newspapers are there in Britain?
-Do you know the titles of tabloids and of quality newspapers? </font>

<font size="2"> II. Watching the video. </font>

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Now we are going to watch a video about the history of British
newspapers and the categories of newspapers nowadays. But first look at
the blackboard, there are some words, which help you to understand the
information: </font>

<font size="2"> снятие трудностей:
copy - экземпляр,
feature - черта,
national institutions - национальные институты,
to identify with - отождествлять. </font>

<font size="2"> 1. Watching the first part of the video: </font>

<font size="2"> Now, watch the video and try to understand it. Be ready to do some exercises.
а) Now, look at this sheet of paper. Let's agree or disagree with these statements: </font>

<font size="2"> True or False:
1). 10 million copies of newspapers are sold every day in Britain.
2). 30 million people read newspapers every day.
In the second part of the 15 century newspapers became a feature of
British life. Soon newspapers became more than provides of information,
they became national institutions. </font>

<font size="2"> Answer the questions:
1).What did British newspapers identify with?
2).How many copies of newspapers are sold in Britain nowadays?
3).What is the reason why the British continue to buy newspapers? </font>

<font size="2"> 2. Watching the second part of the video:
Now we are going to watch the second part of the video. But first, look
at the blackboard. These words will help you to understand the video.
Repeat after me. </font>

<font size="2"> снятие трудностей:
vulgar - вульгарные,
middle-market - средний спрос,
gentle - спокойные,
polite - вежливый. </font>

<font size="2"> While watching the
video be attentive, try to get information for answering the questions.
Look through the questions on the sheets of paper. </font>

<font size="2"> 1).What are the main categories of British newspapers?
2).What newspapers are tabloids?
3).What kind of newspapers are mass-market?
4).What is the second category of British newspapers?
5).What are their titles?
6).What kind of newspapers are middle-market? </font>

<font size="2"> a) Answer the questions, pupils.
Pl -P2- P3...
b) Просмотр второй части видео и заполнение таблицы.
Now, we are going to watch the 2 part once more and fill the table.
Write down the titles of the newspapers in it and try to catch the
number of the copies, sold every day. </font>

<font size="2"> Mass-market Middle-market Quality papers
The Sun - 4 million Daily Mail - 1, 7 million The Times
Daily Star - 1, 5 million Today - 600.000 Daily Telegraph - 1 million
Daily Mirror - 2, 5 million Daily Express- 1, 4 million The Independent - 200.000
The Guardian </font>

<font size="2"> III. After-watching:
Using your tables, answer my questions:
1).What is the most sold tabloid?
2).How many copies of Daily Mirror are sold every day?
3).What is the most sold middle-market newspaper?
4).How many copies of Today are sold daily?
5).What is the most sold broadsheet?
6).What do you think why quality papers are not so good sold as tabloids? </font>

<font size="2"> V. Практика в устной речи:
a) составление монологического высказывания.
Now, pupils, I'll give you some British newspapers. Look through them.
Using the information, you've got from the video film and words and
phrases, we've learned at the beginning of the lesson, try to prove
that this newspaper is a quality one or a tabloid. I'll give you some
time. Work hard and good luck. </font>

<font size="2"> b)контроль устной речи.
Pl, P2, P3... </font>

<font size="2"> VI. Заключительный этап. </font>

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Well, students. Thank you for your work. It's well done. Now you know
much about different British newspapers. You know the difference
between quality papers and tabloids and you can prove what Russian
newspapers are broadsheets and what ones are popular papers. </font>

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Домашнее задание: Your home assignments will be the following: make up
a story about Russian newspapers, bring some of them to the next
lesson, and be ready to explain the type of them.</font>

Автор: Зубкова Оксана Брониславовна  K@tti
09.04.2009 3 8517 1

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3 Комментарии • 16:45, 09.11.2019
можно видео пожалуйста
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2 yuliyashambalova • 14:56, 27.08.2011
соглашусь, что урок очень даже интересный и полезный. А как насчет видео? где можно его взять? Была бы премного благодарна, если бы Вы дали на него ссылку...
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1 Аннушка • 23:10, 08.07.2009
урок хороший, а где видео к уроку?