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Oficina de Língua Estrangeira Moderna - Inglês. Itinerante 2011 - Núcleo Regional de Educação da Área Metropolitana Norte. Material adaptado por professora Geane Poteriko. Tema: Gênero Notícia.

Oficina de Língua Estrangeira Moderna - Inglês. Itinerante 2011 - Núcleo Regional de Educação da Área Metropolitana Norte. Material adaptado por professora Geane Poteriko. Tema: Gênero Notícia.

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  • 1. GÊNERO NOTÍCIA Lage (2006) Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 2. Relato de uma série de fatos a partir do fato mais importante ou interessante NOTÍCIA Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 3. NOTÍCIA Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 4. - É apresentada de forma objetiva - Utiliza-se dos verbos, em sua maioria, no modo indicativo NOTÍCIA Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 5. NOTÍCIA - O que é subjetivo não entra na notícia - Não argumenta , não conclui ou sustenta hipóteses Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 6. NOTÍCIA INTENÇÃO : Divulgar as informações com muita rapidez Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 7. NOTÍCIA
    • - São relatos imparciais de
    • acontecimentos recentes
    • Não desconsiderar
    • as ideologias
    Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 8. NOTÍCIA - Vinculada ao ambiente eletrônico pode alterar a sua organização textual Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 9. NOTÍCIA - Pode ser “quebrada” em pedaços e interligada por hyperlinks Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 10. PARTES DA ESTRUTURA NOTÍCIA Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 11. ESTRUTURA Headline Byline Lead Body Sources Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 12. ESTRUTURA Headline Usar frases curtas Incluir o assunto principal Chamar a atenção do leitor Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 13. ESTRUTURA Byline Autor Data Editor Fotógrafo Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 14. ESTRUTURA Incluir os 5 Ws who? what? where? when? why? Lead Prof. Geane Poteriko Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 15. ESTRUTURA Relata mais detalhes sobre cada um dos Ws, e possivelmente “como”. Body Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 16. ESTRUTURA Incluir os nomes de pessoas que forneceram informações Sources Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 17. Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 18. CAPA DE JORNAL : Pode não ter BODY e SOURCES Prof. Geane Poteriko headline logo LEAD photo mast head
  • 19.
    • http://www.newseum.org/
    Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 20.
    • http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/
    Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 21.
    • http://www.nytimes.com/
    Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 22. NEWS Entregar diferentes gêneros textuais para que o aluno reconheça o gênero notícia . Working with news Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 23. NEWS Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 24. By Nicola Boden Created 11:14 AM on 16th November 2010 Royal wedding next year: Katie's eight-year wait is over as she and Prince William finally announce they are engaged and will marry in 2011 Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 25. Prince William and Kate Middleton are engaged and will marry next year, Clarence House announced today. Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 26. William, 28, proposed during a holiday in Kenya last month after asking Kate's father for his daughter's hand following a marathon eight-year courtship 1 . 1) O período de tempo durante o qual o homem e a mulher namoram antes do casamento Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 27. Kate, also 28, had been dubbed 2 'Waity Katy' amid 3 criticism she was hanging on for a proposal and did not have a proper job but now her wait is finally over. 2) Dar a alguém um nome que descreve-o (a) de alguma forma 3) Enquanto eventos rumorosos têm acontecido Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 28. The couple will appear in public later today, when the Princess-in-waiting is expected to show off 4 her engagement ring. 4) exibir Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 29. Their first ever interview will be broadcast tonight. David Cameron said William is 'extremely excited' and ‘ thrilled ’ 5 as he appeared outside to welcome the news this lunchtime. 5) encantado Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 30. Their royal wedding will be the biggest event since Prince Charles and Diana got married in 1981.It is hoped the ceremony will give a huge boost 6 to the nation and the economy as crippling public sector spending cuts hit home . 6) incentivo Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 31. ACTIVITIES Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 32. a) Where was this news published? b) When was this news published? c) Who reads this ? d) Who wrote this news? e) What is the objective of the headline: information or opinion? 1. After reading it, answer: Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 33. The title of news report is also called a HEADLINE. Although headlines are short, they can tell us a lot. Headlines are written to grab your attention, but don’t tell you everything HEADLINE Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 34. 2. Recognize the headline from the news above. Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 35. - Does the headline inform the subject in advance? - Is there any relationship with time in the headline? 3. About the headline: Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 36. a) The action shows: ( ) simple present to announce truths ( ) present continuous do cause impact ( ) future to announce future events ( ) passive voice to omit the subject ? 4.Match the correct answer about the news headline: Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 37. b) What is special about the first paragraph of the news? c) What elements does it contain? Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 38. The introduction of the news tells you what the story will be about. It is clear, just a few sentences long, and is composed of a LEAD, that is, a set of five basic questions: WHAT? WHEN? WHO? WHERE? WHY? LEAD Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 39. a) What happened? b) When did it happen? c) Who was involved in this event? d) Where did it happen? e) Why did it happen? 5. Now, read the first and the second paragraphs from the news report and answer: Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 40. 6.The news is organized into how many paragraphs? What is the main idea of each one? 7.Is the news written in 1 st or 3 rd person? Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 41. How is the language? ( ) clear, objective, formal ( ) personal, informal ( slang) 8. Choose the right option: Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 42.
    • How can you know this?
    • Copy the words that define this future tense .
    9. The news refers to a future event . Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 43. 10. How many voices do you recognize in the news? 11. Is there any indirect speech in the news? Rewrite it. Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 44. 12. Read the paragraphs below and recognize the meaning of the underlined words. It is about... Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 45. Prince William and Kate Middleton are engaged and will marry next year , Clarence House announced today . William, 28, proposed during a holiday in Kenya last month after asking Kate's father for his daughter's hand following a marathon eight-year courtship. .. Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 46. An adverb usually modifies a verb or a verb phrase and provides information about the manner, time, place or circumstances of the activity or state denoted by the verb or verb phrase. - Adverb of time : time adverbs say something about the time of an action: yesterday, tomorrow, now, etc. These words are adverbs. Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 47. 13. Now, you know what an adverb is. Look for other ones in the news and identify the idea. 14. Use the links below to practice more: http://www.esldesk.com/grammar/practice/identify-adverb http://eslus.com/LESSONS/GRAMMAR/POS/pos5.htm#Pop%20Quiz%201 . Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 48. GÊNERO NOTÍCIA Prof. Geane Poteriko
  • 49. Professora Geane Poteriko http://gepoteriko.pbworks.com Colégio Estadual Jardim Esperança [email_address] Setembro/2011
  • 50. FORMAÇÃO EM AÇÃO Língua Estrangeira Moderna Secretaria de Estado da Educação do Paraná Prof. Geane Poteriko 2º Semestre - 2011

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