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  • Engleski jezik

    4. razred gimnazije, drugi strani jezik

    Unit 11 page 100

    What the papers say

    Pripremila: mr. sc. Maja Slišković, prof.

  • For this lesson you will need: New Headway Intermediate Student’s Book Fourth edition

  • What the papers say Unit 11 page 100

    • Skills development:



    This lesson continues the theme of reporting with a focus on the accuracy of news reports in the press. It also deals with opinions about the press in general and differences in styles of reporting.

  • In the United Kingdom (UK) there are broadly two main categories of newspaper.

    The tabloids – tend to focus on less serious content, especially celebrities, sports and sensationalist crime stories. These newspapers are also called “red top” papers because of the colour under their main title.

  • The newspapers associated with higher- quality journalism are called “broadsheets” because traditionally they used a larger format. They are often referred to as “quality newspapers”.

  • Step 1

    Task 1 page 100

    Read the headlines. Do you think that headlines like these attract more readers? Why?

  • • Try to give informations and ideas about newspapers in your country;

    • Answer the questions:

    Do you believe everything you read in the newspapers?

    Do you think some stories are made sensational?

  • Vocabulary: reporter (n) -

    a person whose job isto discover information about news events and describe them for a newspaper or magazine or for radio or television;

    the press (n)- newspapers and magazines, and those parts of television and radio that broadcast news, or reporters and photographers who work for them;

    headline (n) - a line of words printed in large letters as the title of a story in a newspaper, or the main points of the news that are broadcast on television or radio;

    celebrity (n) -someone who is famous, especially in the entertainment business;

    scandal (n) - an action or event that shocks people and makes them feel disapproval;

  • • Step 2

    Task 3 page 100

    Focus attention on of the photo of singer Jamie Seabrook and say what sort of lifestyle you think he has?

  • Task 3 page 100 Listen an interview with Jamie. Part 1 Answer the questions after each part;

    Note: All audio recordings are on the same link. Parts 1,2 & 3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rzI8SzEooM&t=9m40s


  • • Vocabulary Part 1;

    sell-out concerts - is sold out, all of the tickets for it (concert) have been sold:

    be in trouble with the law –to have a problem or difficulties with law and rule;

    rehab – rehabilitation, recovery; In this story refers on rehabilitation in a private health clinic where wealthy people and celebrities go to rest and recover from various mental and emotional problems. Such clinics are often known informally as rehab clinics because the assumption is that people spend time in them to recover from drug and alcohol addiction.

  • • Step 3

    • Task 3 page 100

    Part 2

    Listen and complete the chart;

    Answer the question;

    6. Why did he go into the clinic?

  • • Vocabulary Part 2

    PA – personal assistant;

    to fall out- have an argument;

    prescription drugs – a drug that can only be bought

    if a doctor orders it for you;

    migraine (n) – severe continuous pain in the head, often with vomiting and difficulty in seeing;

    do drug - informal for “take drugs”;

    exhausted (adj) –extremely tired;

    exhaustion (n) - the state of being extremely tired;

  • • Step 4

    Read the questions and then listen Part 3.

    Answer the questions:

  • Vocabulary Part 3

    to meditate - to think calm thoughts in order to relax or as a religious activity;

    to deserve attention – to have earned someone’s interest;

  • Step 5

    • Read the questions;

    • Answer the questions and give explanations and reasons for each answer;

  • Step 6 • I’m easy – is a more informal way of saying

    I don’t mind.

    • Don’t care – can easily sound rude and it depends largely on intonation, so it should be used very carefully.

    • Read the notes and examples and complete short conversation.