Task 1.Study the pictures and give a version of what has happened as if you are
- an inveterate elderly cinema-goer who managed to buy a ticket;
- an ardent young cinema-goer who managed to buy a ticket;
- an anti-cinema-goer who accompanies the beloved;
- a leading actor who is sitting in the auditorium;
- a leading actress who is sitting in the auditorium;
- an usher who is standing in the auditorium;
- a projectionist who shows this film in the cinema.
Do not forget to mention about the genre of this film; the place where your seat was; your impressions, etc. Be creative.
Task 2.Make up a conversation based on any of these situations. Be creative.
1. The president of a firm you are visiting in London wants to provide some entertainment for you. He offers you to go to the cinema house. But cinema is not you cup of tea. Try to be courteous.
2. Your best friend has two tickets for a gangster film but nobody wants to go with him. Then he sees you and ...
3. You best friend has invited you to go and see a horror film. You only rarely like such films.
4. You are in the USA for some time and your friend invites you to visit Hollywood. You try to avoid because the weather is nasty but your friend insists.
5. Your family saw a film yesterday. In it, a fat man with a huge red nose slipped on a banana skin. When he got up, someone threw a pie in his face. You laughed a lot. Your mother got up and left. Now you are discussing what you saw yesterday.
6. You saw a film yesterday. In the final scene a beautiful girl died in a handsome man's arms. You were crying. Now you are telling your friend about the film.
Task 3.Think of a film you've seen which has disappointed you. You are going to tell your group mates about it. Choose from the list the things you want to talk about. Think about what you say and what language you will need. Be creative.
1. What was the name of the film?
2. When did you go to see it?
3. Why did you go to see it?
4. Had you seen trailers or read reviews?
5. Was it hyped?
6. Why didn't it live up to the hype?
7. What did you particularly dislike about the film?
8. Who was in it and who directed it?
9. Were there any characters you could identify with?
10. Were there any characters who annoyed you?
11. What did your friends think about it?
12. Would you go and see another film by the same director?
Students should know:
· topical vocabulary of this unit;
· information about Steven Spielberg.
Students should be able to:
· find the difference between words with the similar connotation;
· match definitions with words from the topical vocabulary;
· complete gaps in sentences using words from the topical vocabulary;
· define words from the topical vocabulary;
· express their own attitude, opinion towards the content of a read (audio) text;
· make up a discussion on the base of a text;
· listen to a recording for understanding its details;
· retell a story using the topical vocabulary;
· describe a phenomenon using a lexica– semantic scheme;
· make up a speech on a suggested situation in a form of a letter;
· make up and present a speech on a suggested situation in a form of an advertisement;
· develop a situation using the topical vocabulary.
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