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Teaching plan for period 1 (80 mins)
Tasks Time Objectives

Survey
Debate

5
15

Warmer
Predicting

Reading

20

/>Main idea

Text organization (group work) 20

Know the text organization

Jigsaw reading

20

Better comprehension on text and its organization

Unit 4 News 24/7

Survey on News
1 What does “news 24/7” mean? 2 Do you keep up with the news? 3 What news interests you more? 4 What resource do you turn to for news?

Background information: News 24/7 “24/7” stands for “24 hours a day, 7 days a week”, usually referring to service available at all times without interruption. In the Uk, it is known as “round- the- clock service” e.g. CNN is a 24-hour news channel.

Active reading 2:

Debate
The newspaper is going to disappear.

The pros and cons give your supporting ideas.

Active reading 2:

1. A reading habit for some people 2. More reliable than internet 3. Maybe decline but not disappear
Not disappear.

The newspaper is going to disappear.
Disappear. 1.The popularity of internet 2.the trend irresistible in e-age 3.Not so immediate

Reading Comprehension (20 mins)

1.Read active reading (2) 2. P49 Exercise 2

Active reading 2:

Text organisation
Problem

Response
Negative response

Positive response

Conclusion: open-ended Q

Active reading 2:

Text organisation
Negative response Facts or figures Positive response Argument 1 the great tradition (Para 7) Argument 2

Decline trend (Para 3)
Argument 1 Internet change (Paras 4&5) Argument 2 Negative impact on environment (Para 6)
Back

new revenue dream and prestige of newspaper (Para 8) Argument 3

Locality (Para 9)

Active reading 2:

Jigsaw reading
Read paras 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and figure out reasons for the death of newspaper.

Read paras 1, 7, 8, 9 and figure out reasons for the survival of newspaper.

Active reading 2:

Jigsaw reading
Internet: turn to internet for use. (para2) instant monitoring for ads (para3)

Newspaper: cover price rising (para2, 3) readers with no interest in reading newspaper (para2,5)
More

Newspaper:

Pollution(para6)

Active reading 2:

Jigsaw reading
The future of Newspaper: new revenue stream ? lifestyle journalism (Para 8) ? locality (Para 8,9)

Reading newspaper: great tradition hard to change (Para1,7)
Back

Newspaper VS. Internet more convenient over internet (Para7)

Teaching plan for period 2 (80 mins)
Tasks Identify the key points in each paragraph (group work) Time 15 Objectives Intensive reading & language points

Presenting their findings
P 50-51 Exercises 3-7 and checking the answers

20
20

Sharing and supporting
Practice

Speaking:
Talking points 25 agreeing and disagreeing Giving reasons

Group work 建议: 1. 根据presentation分组开展小组活动: 每个组负责1-2个段落围绕教师提出的 问题讨论。 2. 分组讨论后,每组请一名代表向全班同 学介绍所负责段落情况。听众可以提问 互动。同时,教师利用这个机会引出这 组没有提到的而您认为重要的知识点, 并加以讲解。 3. 我在以下ppt中标出打算讲解的知识点, 老师们可以根据自己班级情况删或增。

Active reading 2:

Group work
1. Find out the negative and/or positive expressions from each paragraph.
2. Identify important and/or difficult points in each paragraph
More

Para. 1-2
1. …the quiet before the storm…(Para.1) An idiom coming from typhoons. a moment of peace before the business of the day. The tone remains light and amusing. 2. …the revenue from advertising…(Para.2) income from business activities 3. So what does the future hold? (Para.2) What is going to happen next?

Para. 3-4
1. …, predating the Internet. (Para.3) happening before the Inernet 2. Balitmore Sun (Para.4) It is a famous newspaper of Baltimore, a large port city in Maryland on the east coast of the US, not far from Washington DC.

Para. 3-4
3. … in a bid to capture younger readers…(Para.4) in an attempt to attract younger readers… 4. …although because “tabloid” has a connotation of “downmarket”, some of the papers refer to the new size as “compact”. (Para.4) “tabloid”: a newspaper that has small pages, short articles, and lots of photographs. It is often considered to be less serious than other newspaper. Broadsheet? “downmarket”:cheap, not very good in quality. upmarket?

Para. 3-4
“tabloid”: a newspaper that has small pages, short articles, and lots of photographs. It is often considered to be less serious than other newspaper. Broadsheet? “downmarket”:cheap, not very good in quality. upmarket? “compact”: smaller, useful, a neutral term here

Para. 5-6

Para. 7

Para. 8
1. …and the continued exploitation of lifestyle journalism…(Para.8) Lifestyle journalism is consumer oriented and relates to restaurants, fashions, new gadgets etc. 2. …newspapers should smarten up…(Para.8) “smarten up”: tidy yourself and your clothes, but here it is the opposite of dumb down. The message is the newspaper should attract more readers by becoming better.

Para. 9-10

Active reading 2:

Summary Negative
? Para 2: problem; decline; to lose readers; vicious circle; death
? Para 3: fell; even worse Para 4: ferocious competition remorselessly; downsize; close down; to reduce to tabloid size downmarket Para 5: worst polluters

Positive
Para 1: quiet before storm; a moment of pleasure Para 7: a great tradition; convenience; Para 8: increased demand; new revenue streams; to increase market share; to honor the principles of integrity& impartiality; respected; smarten up; to have more influence and prestige Para 9: meaningful

P 50-51 Exercise 3-7
Exercise 3: 1. assignment, 2. editorial 3. revenue 4. close down 5. survey 6. rely on 7. feedback 8. bureau

P 50-51 Exercise 3-7
Exercise 4: (1)assignment, (2)bureau (3) rely on (4)feedback (5)surveys (6)editorial (7) revenue (8)close down

P 50-51 Exercise 3-7
Exercise 5: 1. capture, 2. established; Nevertheless 3. estates; 4. integrity 5. compact; Moreover 6. journalism

P 50-51 Exercise 3-7
Exercise 6: 1-5 b a a b b Exercise 7: 1-5 a a b b a 6-9 a a a b

6b

Active reading 2:

Critical thinking
Pair work: Discuss the following questions with your partner. Giving reasons to support your agreement or disagreement.
1. Do you agree that an editorial in a traditional newspaper has “more influence and prestige” than one on an online edition? If so, why is this? 2. Should newspapers try to influence public opinion? If so, why?

Active reading 2:

Critical thinking
Q1:

Newspaper Tradition: Objectivity, Impartiality Reason

Online edition Not reliable: Almost anyone can put their views on the web.

Back

Active reading 2:

Critical thinking
Q2:
Social purposes
To inform readers To entertain readers To influence readers Objective stories

Editorial comments

Reasons: —political point of view — specific interest group (environmentalists, farmers etc.)
Back


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