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BK
1st publ.
Oxford : Oxford University, 1994
134 s.

objednat
ISBN 0-19-437192-1 (brož.)
Resource books for teachers
Angličtina - vyučování - noviny - využití - příručky učitelské
000068530
Contents // The author and series editor i // Foreword 3 // Introduction 5 // How to use this book 13 // 1 Working creatively with newspapers // Newspapers in coursebooks 19 // Newspapers and English for Specific Purposes 19 // Newspaper materials resource books 20 // Working with newspapers 23 // Imaginative newspaper work 24 // Material requirements and conditions for creative work 26 // 2 Building confidence and familiarity // Activity Level Topic // 2.1 When I hit the Lower-intermediate Relating newspapers to 30 // headlines and above personal experience // 2.2 The letter I never Upper-intermediate How a reader can 30 // wrote (until now) and above contribute to a newspaper // 2.3 Whats in a Intermediate and Identifying newspaper text 31 // newspaper above types // 2.4 New names Upper-elementary and above People in the news 32 // 2.5 Names in the news Intermediate and above People in the news 32 // 2.6 Understanding what Intermediate and The challenge of difficult 33 // we don’t understand above newspaper materials // 2.7 Hide and seek Intermediate and Finding one’s way around a 34 // above newspaper // 2.8 Where to find it Intermediate and Page and whole newspaper 35 // above layout // 2.9 Where to put it Upper-intermediate Locating different article 36 // and above types // 2.10 Front pages Intermediate and Personal implications of 37 // above (business) the news // 2.11 Reading for leisure/ Intermediate and Reading for real-life relevant 37 // reading
for work . above (business) information // 2.12 Questions and Intermediate and Relating to people in 38 // advice above newspaper stories // 2.13 Things I want to Intermediate and What is included in and 39 // know above omitted from stories // 2.14 Probing human Upper-intermediate Why people find themselves 40 // interest stories and above in the newspapers // 2.15 Which story next? Intermediate and above Connecting newspaper stories 41 // 2.16 Categorizing stories Intermediate and above Responding to newspaper stories on an emotional level 42 // 2.17 Picture into story Elementary and above Matching picture and story 42 // 2.18 Culture and Intermediate and Culture and language in 43 // newspapers above newspapers // 2.19 News stories in two Intermediate and English and mother-tongue 44 // cultures above treatments of the same topic // 2.20 I expected to find ... Intermediate and Comparing newspaper and 45 // and I was surprised above TV news presentations // 2.21 Headline and story Intermediate and above How headline and story complement each other 46 // 2.22 Newsvendors’ Elementary and Newsvendors’ posters and 46 // posters above newspapers // 2.23 Three pairing techniques All levels Thinking about newspaper reading habits 48 // 2.24 Story chains Intermediate and above Making connections between newspaper stories 49 // 2.25 The panel Intermediate and above How to follow up reading with discussion 50 // 2.26 Matching comment Intermediate and Making judgements 51
and newspaper above about newspapers // 2.27 The stories I would Upper-intermediate Deciding which stories to 52 // like to read and above read and which to skip // 2.28 Reviews Upper-elementary and above Assessing the type and quality of a newspaper 52 // 2.29 Buying newspapers Upper-elementary t and above Getting the students to buy a newspaper 53 // 2.30 Reading your own Upper-elementary Authentic newspaper 54 // paper and above reading // 3 Working with texts // 3.1 Matching story and Upper-elementary Separating the essential from 5 5 // summary and above the inessential // 3.2 Same name, no relative Intermediate and above Ordinary people in newspapers 56 // 3.3 The short, short story Elementary and above Newspaper ‘snippets’ 57 // 3.4 Separating news and comment Upper-intermediate and above Raising awareness of bias in political writing 58 // 3.5 Why the headline? Intermediate and above How headlines relate to stories 59 // 3.6 Which writer? Upper-intermediate and above Different story types and different styles 61 // 3.7 How original is the language? Intermediate and above Cliché and original language 61 // 3.8 Grading for difficulty Intermediate and above Assessing the readability of newspaper stories 63 // 3.9 Finding stories Intermediate and above Categorizing stories by type 64 // 3.10 Enough is enough Intermediate and above When a paper is too boring be worth reading 64 // 3.11 Rejects Intermediate and above Discriminating between newspaper contents 65 // 3.12 Same
theme, different treatments Intermediate and above Various newspaper treatments of a single topic 66 // 3.13 Reconstructing stories Intermediate and above How story contents are structured 67 // 3.14 Identical and fraternal twins Intermediate and above Similarity and difference in treatments of the same story 69 // 3.15 One story, many versions Intermediate and above Attributes of particular newspapers and stories 71 // 3.16 Stories and headlines 1 Intermediate and above How story specific is a headline? 72 // 3.17 Stories and headlines 2 Intermediate and above How story specific is a headline? 73 // 3.18 Exaggeration and inaccuracy Intermediate and above Accuracy and truth 73 // 3.19 Fleshing stories out Upper-elementary and above Appropriate contents for newspaper stories 74 // 3.20 Skeleton stories Intermediate and above Familiarization with newspaper content 75 // 3.21 Completing a story Intermediate and above The sensational and the down-to-earth 76 // 3.22 Combining stories Intermediate and above Human interest story subject-matter 78 // 4 Working with pictures // 4.1 What is a picture? Elementary and What is neither text nor 80 // above picture // 4.2 Picture categories Elementary and What is most commonly 80 // above illustrated // 4.3 Mood pictures Elementary and Dominant themes in 81 // intermediate newspaper pictures // 4.4 Appropriate pictures Intermediate and What is included in and 82 // above omitted from newspaper pictures // 4.5 Picture visualization Elementary
and The detailed composition of 82 // above newspaper pictures // 4.6 Finding stories for Intermediate and What can be illustrated in a 83 // pictures above newspaper story // 4.7 Finding pictures for Upper-elementary Which pictures can illustrate 84 // stories and above a particular story // 4.8 Matching pictures Upper-elementary Matching pictures and text 85 // and stories and above // 4.9 Predicting headlines Upper-elementary How pictures enable 86 // and stories and above understanding of a text // 4.10 Captions Upper-elementary and above Captions 86 // 4.11 Best picture, story, Intermediate and Qualities of different 88 // and headline above newspaper presentations // 4.12 Picture awards Upper-elementary Looking for quality and 88 // and above relevance in pictures // 4.13 My picture Elementary and above Relating to pictures 89 // 4.14 My picture and Upper-elementary Pictures as guides to 90 // my story and above accompanying stories // 4.15 The good, the bad, All levels Making aesthetic 91 // and the ugly judgements about newspaper pictures // 5 Project work // 5.1 From news to news story Intermediate and above Half-day project: writing and layout 93 // 5.2 Being a journalist Intermediate and above Half-day project: acting as a journalist 94 // 5.3 Readers’ competitions Upper-intermediate and above Half-day project: designing a competition 96 // 5.4 Radio reviews Upper-intermediate and above Half-day project: stories’ relative importance 97 // 5.5 Papers
from the past Intermediate and above Half-day project: reconstructing the past 101 // 5.6 Surveys Intermediate and above Occasional project: assumptions in newspapers 102 // 5.7 Topics in the news Upper-intermediate and above Occasional project: following ongoing themes 105 // 5.8 Class newspapers Intermediate and above Occasional project: making a newspaper 106 // 5.9 Collages Intermediate and above Occasional or ongoing project: articles on a theme 106 // 5.10 Awards Intermediate and above Occasional or ongoing project: looking for quality 108 // 5.11 Will it run? Intermediate and above Ongoing project: following ongoing stories 108 // 5.12 People in the news Intermediate and above Occasional or ongoing project: background knowledge 109 // 5.13 Winners and losers Elementary and above Ongoing project: familiarity with people in the news 111 // 5.14 The picture gallery Elementary to intermediate Occasional or ongoing project: the most photographed people 112 // 6 Personal responses // 6.1 Your headlines, my stories Upper-elementary and above Predicting newspaper story content 113 // 6.2 Whats happening to people like me? Intermediate and above Discovering what makes people newsworthy 114 // 6.3 Which do you choose? Intermediate and above The subject-matter of newspaper stories 115 // 6.4 A present from the Press Elementary and above How far are newspaper materials acceptable to others? 116 // 6.5 A collage for a friend Intermediate and above Discriminating between newspaper stories 116
// 6.6 I chose this story because... Intermediate and above How many stories relate to the reader 117 // 6.7 That’s nearly me Upper-elementary and above The motives of people in the newspapers 118 // 6.8 Who would I be? Upper-elementary and above One’s own experience and that of the newsworthy 118 // 6.9 Someone I’d change places with—well, nearly Intermediate and above Relating to the newsworthy 119 // 6.10 Sharing a chosen story Upper-elementary and above Presenting and discussing newspaper stories 120 // 6.11 Classifying stories Intermediate and above Judging newspaper materials affectively 121 // 6.12 Categories of story Intermediate and above Categorizing newspaper story types 122 // 6.13 A story I associate with Intermediate and above Associating with newspaper stories 122 // 6.14 A story I relate to Upper-elementary and above Relating newspaper stories to experience 123 // 6.15 Reacting Upper-elementary and above Reacting to newspaper articles 124 // 6.16 Brainstorming responses Intermediate and above Responding authentically to newspaper stories 125 // 6.17 Was it worth reading? Upper-elementary and above Assessing the quality of newspaper articles 126 // 6.18 Yuk Upper-intermediate and above Tasteless popular journalism 127 // 6.19 Affective language Intermediate and above How newspapers play on emotions 128 // Appendix 130 // Bibliography 132

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