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Newspapers. Caroline wright – Teaching Unit (Advanced 1). Letters to a newspaper. Face 2 Face Intermediate Workbook, Page 74. Listening: The Future of Print Media. Listen and answer the questions. Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6SQfyEE9iA. 1. The demand for newspapers has:

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newspapers

Newspapers

  • Caroline wright – Teaching Unit (Advanced 1)
letters to a newspaper
Letters to a newspaper

Face 2 Face Intermediate Workbook, Page 74

listening the future of print media listen and answer the questions
Listening: The Future of Print Media. Listen and answer the questions.

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6SQfyEE9iA

1. Thedemandfornewspapers has:

a) Remainedthesame

b) Decreased

c) Increased

2. Newspapers are animportantpart of:

a) journalism

b) advertising

c) culture

3. Somenewspaperstoday are stillalivethanksto:

Revenuefromadvertisers

Investmentsfrombusinesstycoons

Peoplewhoearnlessmoney.

4. Thefuture of print media isprobably:

Goingtobeonlyonthe Internet

Still as available as itisnowadays

Equallyavailable in printform as itis online.

listen again what do the following terms refer to
Listen again. What do the following terms refer to?
  • 10 yearsfromnow
  • Click of a button
  • Informationgulf
  • Cup of coffee
vocabulary bank
Vocabulary Bank

Takenfrom New EnglishFile, UpperIntermediateStudent’sBook, page 154.

vocabulary bank continued
Vocabulary Bank continued…

Takenfrom New EnglishFile, UpperIntermediateStudent’sBook, page 154.

news stories which 3 are true
News stories: Which 3 are true?

Takenfrom New EnglishFile, UpperIntermediateStudent’sBook, page 76.

news stories continued
News storiescontinued…

Takenfrom New EnglishFile, UpperIntermediateStudent’sBook, page 77.

now answer the questions without looking at the articles
Now answer the questions without looking at the articles!

Takenfrom New EnglishFile, UpperIntermediateStudent’sBook, page 77.

news headlines predict what each story is about by only reading the headlines
News Headlines: Predict what each story is about by only reading the headlines.

Headlinestakenfrom New CuttingEdge, UpperIntermediateStudent’s Book, page 91.

discussion questions
Discussion questions
  • Have you ever…

had your name mentioned in a newspaper?

had you photo in a newspaper?

written an article for a newspaper?

had a letter published in a newspaper?

2. Which are the biggest newspapers in your country?

3. Which contain the most gossip/sports reporting/news reporting/politics?