Label the pictures with the given media. Combine words to make collocations where necessary horoscopecartoonstripsnewspaperarticleweatherforecastsportresultsposterblogeconomicstatisticsadvertisement

Image 1 is a derivative of "Golden zodiac astrological clock, sunlight and shadow" by andreahast on Envato Elements Image 2 is a derivative of "Comic speech bubbles" by moonery on Envato Elements Image 3 is a derivative of "Businessman reading newspaper" by Rawpixel on Envato Elements Image 4 is a derivative of "Temperature Weather Forecast Climate Concept" by Rawpixel on Envato Elements Image 5 is a derivative of "Фридс приветливая спорт в бар вместе" by Rawpixel on Envato Elements Image 6 is a derivative of "Плакат с закрытыми глазами" by Rawpixel on Envato Elements Image 7 is a derivative of "Blog Blogging Homepage Social Media Network Concept" by Rawpixel on Envato Elements Image 8 is a derivative of "Economical research" by Pressmaster on Envato Elements Image 9 is a derivative of "Handwritten sign by the side of road advertising land crabs for sale." by Mint_Images on Envato Elements
Listen and mark the statements as True, False or Not Stated
  1. There is no news on Paul's school radio station. True False Not Stated
  2. Paul's mother thinks that it is not easy to break the news. True False Not Stated
  3. The teachers never help the students with the radio programmes. True False Not Stated
  4. Students must pay for the school radio advertisements. True False Not Stated
  5. Paul's mother thinks that working for the school radio station is a very important experience True False Not Stated

Paul: Mum, our school has now got a radio station!

Mother: That's fantastic. When I was a student, the only school media we could have was a school newspaper. I used to write articles about fashion and beauty for it.

Paul: And I'm one of the school DJs. Mr Collins, our Maths teacher, says he hopes I'll do all my chatting on the radio instead of doing it in his class.

Mother: What kind of programmes have you got?

Paul: First of all, the news. We break local news and school news daily.

Mother: Oh, that doesn't sound much fun.

Paul: Our headmaster says that the school radio station isn't just for fun. He wants us to break some national and even international news as well.

Mother: That's a difficult task but a very interesting one.

Paul: We also have weather reports, can you believe that? Miss Jackson, our Science teacher, helps us with the reports.

Mother: Can you make weather reports?

Paul: No, I can't. There are some students who are responsible for the information on the weather. They write a weather report and then give it to DJs, and DJs present it. And we have weekly horoscopes! Mary Grey is keen on astrology, and she makes horoscopes for our radio station.

Mother: Horoscopes are more exciting than weather reports.

Paul: Well, maybe for girls. There are advertisements, too. If you want to buy or sell different things, if you have lost or found something, if you want to tell everybody about an interesting club or activity, you can do that through the radio advertisement.

Mother: Do you play the music on the radio?

Paul: Of course, we do. Every break one of the DJs plays their list of songs. And on Fridays, we have interviews with interesting people during the lunch break.

Mother: What kind of people?

Paul: Our first guest was Neil Thompson, the captain of our school football team.

Mother: I see you're very enthusiastic about being a DJ, Paul. I'm sure it's a very useful experience, but make sure you don't forget about your studies.

Unscramble the names of the jobs





Graphic designer


Image 1, derived from the image by LightFieldStudios on Envato Elements. Image 2, derived from the image by Pressmaster on Envato Elements. Images 3, 6, derived from the images by duallogic on Envato Elements. Image 4, derived from the image by seventyfourimages on Envato Elements. Image 5, derived from the image by Wavebreakmedia on Envato Elements.
Complete the sentences with the given jobs graphic designerdirectorreportereditorcameramannewsreader
  1. Creating pictures on a computer has always been my hobby. My mum says I could be a good .
  2. James Cameron is the of many top-grossing films.
  3. I'd like to be a . I think discovering new information is exciting.
  4. She is a freelance writer, reviewer and textbook .
  5. The job of a is to operate a camera when films or television programmes are being made.
  6. A: Who's Kate Silverton?

      B: She's a British journalist and who works for the BBC.


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