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Slide 1 - Television
Slide 2 - History of TV
Slide 3 - The television is one of the most prominent inventions of the 20th Century. It has become one of the most common ways people view the larger world beyond them, as well as being one of the best ways for people to escape from the world. In the 1880s a German inventor created simplistic moving images using a filtered light viewed through a spinning disk, laying the foundations for the modern television. During the 1920s a number of scientist
Slide 4 - began experimenting with sending still images using radio waves. However, it was in 1928 that General Electric first combined the idea of a device that could show moving images with the technology to wirelessly broadcast them. During the 30s and 40s the technology was gradually improved upon. In America the first regular broadcasts began in 1939 though it was not until after the Second World War that the television as a standard home appliance began to really take off. After 1945 television sales in America skyrocketed. The first colour broadcast was made in 1954. Throughout the rest of the world, television came years later, and it wasn’t until the late 1960s that a television was commonplace in houses throughout the West. By the 1970s, television had become the dominant media force it is today, with 24 hour programming, mass advertising and syndicated shows.  In the 1980s satellite television shrunk the world, making live feeds from other countries and time zones possible. The new millennium brought the advent of digital television, which is the future of television.
Slide 5 - TV programmes Adult’s programmers Children’s programmes Men’s programmes Women’s programmes films news quizzes Musical programmes ? ? ? ? ? cartoons Educational programmes
Slide 6 - Science Fiction film Animated film comedy Mute film
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Slide 8 - Fill in the table. Use the following words m and expressions and add your own TV advantages and disadvantages too much radiation in the room to be too lazy to go to the theatre or the cinema to study foreigh languages to take part in shows and win prizes to damage one's eyes to have no time to see or to speak with friends to see and to listen to famous people to travel round the world to be too lazy to read books to receive information to relax to become lazy to gain weight to have no time to help parents around the house TV advantages and disadvantages TV advantages and disadvantages
Slide 9 - A couch potato A couch potato is someone who is lazy or not very physically active, especially someone who spends a lot of time watching television and eating junk food.
Slide 10 - Are you a “couch potato”? Maxim,11: I watch TV or video in the comfort of my home? When the weather is bad and people are inside anyway. I’m a “couch potato”, and I like watching nature programmes, cartoons, thrillers and sport programmes all day along. It’s fun, if you have nothing else to do. Why does Maxim like to watch TV? What TV programmes does he prefer? Are you interested in such programmes? Are you a “couch potato”?
Slide 11 - Put the sentences in the correct order and make up two dialogues No, I've been looking forward to it all evening What's on BBC at eight o'clock? As far as I can remember there is a quiz programme. Would you mind if I watched it? We mustn't miss that. Do you remember what comes on next? Let me look in the "Radio times" first. I believe there is a variety show on. No, I've been looking forward to it all evening As far as I can remember there is a quiz programme.
Slide 12 - What's on BBC at eight o'clock? As far as I can remember there is a quiz programme. Would you mind if I watched it? No, I've been looking forward to it all evening Do you remember what comes on next? I believe there is a variety show on. We mustn't miss that. Let me look in the "Radio times" first.
Slide 13 - Reply to A’s questions using the phrase ‘nothing worth’ plus a gerund Example Student A Why don’t you listen to the radio? Student B There’s nothing worth listening to. 1. A……………..watch TV? B…………………………………………. 2. A……………..read a paper? B…………………………………………. 3. A……………..look at a magazine? B…………………………………………. 4. A……………..see a film? B…………………………………………. 5. A…………………buy something? B………………………………………..