LESSON 3. WHAT’S GOOD OR BAD ABOUT GOING TO THE CINEMA?
1. What genres are more popular with children / teenagers / the young / the old / men or women? Which film genre do you like most? Why?
2. Match these films to their types and add examples of your own:
3. Ex.2a, p. 227. Listen to teenagers’ opinions about films and say what ideas you agree with.
4. Ex.2 b, p. 228. Read the ideas again and try to guess the meaning of the words in bold.
5. Match the expressions with their Russian equivalents.
6. What’s pleasant or unpleasant about going to the cinema? Look through the ideas below. Put them into categories given. Add your own ideas.
7. Ex.3 b, p. 229. Last week John and Mary decided to go to the cinema and watch Pirates of the Caribbean. Listen and say why it wasn’t successful and what problems John and Mary had. What do you think was the worst part of the story?
8. Ex.4a p. 229. Read the beginning of the story. Use the verbs in brackets in the Past Simple or the Past Continuous. Then listen and check.
9. Practise your grammar skills:
10. Imagine that you went to the cinema last night. Make up a story. Use the questions from ex. 5 p. 230 for help. Write and record your story. Send the audio file to your teacher.
11. WB ex. 1, 2, p. 80-81