The Media
part 1
Newspapers
11 March, 2013
Lesson aims:
• To differentiate between a tabloid and a
broadsheet
• To identify the style of newspaper article
headlines
...
In pairs list differences between
tabloid and broadsheet newspapers:
Matching task:
• Match the headlines with the
pictures, illustrating the articles.
• Check each other’s work.
• Identify s...
• CONVENTIONAL -
• traditional and ordinary
Newspaper headlines style
feedback
Grammar
Word order
Vocabulary
• EMOTIVE -
• causing strong feelings
• BIASED –
• showing an unreasonable like or dislike for a
person based on personal ...
Read the articles and find the conventional word
for each ‘emotive’ or ‘bias’ vocab item :
NEWSPAPER ARTICLE CONVENTIONAL ...
BREAK TIME!!!!
Writing task
• Individually write 2 sentences with emotive
vocab items of your choice.
Newspaper article elements :
• In small groups identify as many elements as
you can in a given newspaper article
• Record ...
Newspaper article elements :
JUSTIN BIEBER
Reading task:
• In pairs read the article about Justin Bieber
and answer the questions.
• Which READING STRATEGIES did you...
Paragraph Work
• In pairs identify the main points of each
paragraph in the article. Note them down -
one sentence each.
•...
Differences Between Newspapers
• What type of newspaper is this article from?
• In pairs discuss what differences there wo...
PLENARY –
recapping
the learning so far – PAIR WORK
• On the plenary sheet recap the differences
between and tabloid and a...
Writing task – in pairs
• Recap a piece of news you heard on
TV/radio/read in newspaper.
• Write a short tabloid article o...
•THE END!!!!!!
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11 march, 2013 lesson observation ppt

  1. 1. The Media part 1 Newspapers 11 March, 2013
  2. 2. Lesson aims: • To differentiate between a tabloid and a broadsheet • To identify the style of newspaper article headlines • To recognise the emotive writing style of tabloids • To identify typical elements of a newspaper article • To recap and practise reading strategies
  3. 3. In pairs list differences between tabloid and broadsheet newspapers:
  4. 4. Matching task: • Match the headlines with the pictures, illustrating the articles. • Check each other’s work. • Identify some specific features of the newspaper headlines, different to conventional English. • Think in terms of: • Grammar (articles, tenses) • Word order • Vocabulary
  5. 5. • CONVENTIONAL - • traditional and ordinary
  6. 6. Newspaper headlines style feedback Grammar Word order Vocabulary
  7. 7. • EMOTIVE - • causing strong feelings • BIASED – • showing an unreasonable like or dislike for a person based on personal opinions
  8. 8. Read the articles and find the conventional word for each ‘emotive’ or ‘bias’ vocab item : NEWSPAPER ARTICLE CONVENTIONAL ENGLISH
  9. 9. BREAK TIME!!!!
  10. 10. Writing task • Individually write 2 sentences with emotive vocab items of your choice.
  11. 11. Newspaper article elements : • In small groups identify as many elements as you can in a given newspaper article • Record your findings on wall displays. • Compare your findings between groups.
  12. 12. Newspaper article elements :
  13. 13. JUSTIN BIEBER
  14. 14. Reading task: • In pairs read the article about Justin Bieber and answer the questions. • Which READING STRATEGIES did you use to complete the activity? • SKIMMING – reading for gist • SCANNING – reading for detail
  15. 15. Paragraph Work • In pairs identify the main points of each paragraph in the article. Note them down - one sentence each. • In pairs retell the article to each other, using your notes.
  16. 16. Differences Between Newspapers • What type of newspaper is this article from? • In pairs discuss what differences there would be between this article and a broadsheet article on the same topic.
  17. 17. PLENARY – recapping the learning so far – PAIR WORK • On the plenary sheet recap the differences between and tabloid and a broadsheet newspaper. • Recall 5 emotive vocab items and their meanings. • List the elements of a newspaper article • Recap the 2 reading strategies.
  18. 18. Writing task – in pairs • Recap a piece of news you heard on TV/radio/read in newspaper. • Write a short tabloid article on the same topic, implementing the learning so far. • Submit to teacher for checking.
  19. 19. •THE END!!!!!!

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