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  1. ACS 206 LANGUAGE LEADER / INTERMEDIATE

  2. UNIT 11ARTS & MEDIA

  3. 11.1: Types of Media

  4. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Breathtaking (adj.) 1. very exciting or impressive (usually in a pleasant way); very surprising

  5. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Classic (adj.) 1. accepted or deserving to be accepted as one of the best or most important of its kind

  6. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Gripping (adj.) 1. exciting or interesting in a way that keeps your attention

  7. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Moving (adj.) 1. causing you to have deep feelings of sadness or sympathy

  8. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Hilarious (adj.) 1. extremelyfunny

  9. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Outstanding (adj.) 1. extremelygood; excellent

  10. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Groundbreaking(adj.) 1. making new discoveries; using new methods

  11. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Incomparable (adj.) 1. so good or impressive that nothing can be compared to it

  12. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Adequate (adj.) 1. enough in quantity, or good enough in quality, for a particular purpose or need

  13. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent Suspense (n.) 1. a feeling of worry or excitement that you have when you feel that something is going to happen, somebody is going to tell you some news

  14. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent Page-turner (n) 1. a book that is very exciting

  15. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent Crime (n) 1. activities that involve breaking the law

  16. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA • Look at thedifferenttypes of mediaand do theexercises 1a&b. • Read thethreereviews on page 112 and do theexercises 2a&b. • Listen tothethreemorereviewsand do theexercises 3a&b. (Track: 2.22) READING & LISTENING

  17. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA • There are four reviews on page 113. Read the reviews and do the exercises 4a&b and 5a&b. VOCABULARY

  18. 11.1: TYPES OF MEDIA Insmallgroupsdiscussthequestion in exercise 6 (p.113)

  19. 11.2: MEDIA RECLUSES IN THE ARTS GRAMMAR • Look at theexample of how StanleyKubrick’swordsarereported. Whattwochangesaretherebetweenthetwosentences? I traveltoLondonfourorfivetimes a year. He oncetold a friendthat he travelledtoLondonfourorfivetimes a year. • Tell is a reportingverb. Whenweusereportingverbs, wemakechangestothe tense of theverbs, topronounsandto time adverbs. • travel------------- travelled • I --------------- he

  20. 11.2: MEDIA RECLUSES IN THE ARTS • The table shows the most common changes in reported speech: • Please do the exercises 5a&b, 6a&b, 7 and 8. Forlanguagereferenceandmorepracticeseepage 154-155

  21. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent Singleout (phr.v.) 1. to choose somebody/something from a group for special attention

  22. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent Daunted (adj.) 1. Discouraged, worried

  23. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent • You are going to listen to a journalist, Richard, talking about an interview he attended for a job as a foreign correspondent. • What is a correspondent? • a person who reports news from a particular country or on a particular subject for a newspaper or a television or radio station • After discussing the questions in exercise 1, listen to the conversation and do the exercises 2a&b and 3.

  24. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent GRAMMAR • Toreport a question, expressionslikeHe asked me …., shewantedtoknow… areused. • Why do youwantto be a foreigncorrespondent? • Sheasked me why I wantedto be a foreigncorrespondent. • Do youknowtheirnames? • He wantedtoknowif I knewtheirnames. • Checkthelanguagereference on page 154 and do theexercises 4a&b and 5. You can also do theextrapractice on page 155.

  25. 11.3: The life of a Foreign Correspondent READING • Why do you think people choose to be foreign correspondents? What qualities do you think you need to be a foreign correspondent? • Read the text on page 117 and do the exercises 7a&b, 8

  26. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN • Orderthe film genrefromyourmostfavouritetoleastfavourite. • Ingroups, compareyourlistsandgivereasonsforyourorder. • Giveexamplesforeachgenre. Horror Musical Animation Science Fiction Comedy

  27. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN

  28. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN Hero (n.) 1. the main male character in a story, novel, film/movie, etc

  29. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN Heroine (n.) 1. the main female character in a story, novel, film/movie, etc

  30. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN Full-length (n.) 1. (of a book, play, etc.) not made shorter; of the usual length

  31. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN Genre (n.) 1. a particular type or style of literature, art, film or music that you can recognize because of its special features

  32. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN Sequel (n.) 1. a book, film/movie, play, etc. that continues the story of an earlier one

  33. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN • Gemini Television is a large independent broadcaster. They have had success in television with mini-series ans situation comedies. • Read the situation on page 118 and do the exercises 1, 2a&b, 3. SITUATION

  34. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN

  35. 11.4: SCENARIO- THE SILVER SCREEN TASK : Choosing a film toproduce Work in groups of twoorthreeand do theexercises 4, 5a&b, 6 and 7. Trytousethekeylanguageandusefulphrases.