# Методические указания по английскому языку для студентов 3-5 курсов исторического факультета. Часть 1. Коныгина Г.И. - 16 стр.

Составители:

Рубрика:

• ## Иностранный язык

16
be a special feature on bargain destinations for late bookings. Don’t miss it!
Part 2
You will hear part of a local radio programme, in which the presenter gives details of a
competition. For questions 9-18, fill in the missing information.
OK, finally we come to the competition I mentioned at the start of the programme. It’s
for any of you out there who fancy yourselves as radio reporters and it’s open to
anyone, of any age, who is living, working or studying in this area. Perhaps you’ve
listened to this station and thought ‘I can do better than that!’ Well, this is your chance.
Now, if you want to go in for the competition, what you have to do is to put together
and send in a short report on tape, of up to four minutes in length, that deals with
something to do with this area. It could be about almost anything, as long as it’s
connected with this area. You see, what we want you to send in are pieces which
capture the special nature of the area - its people, what goes on here, the things that
people care about here, that kind of thing. You might want to go out and interview
people, or you could simply describe something, or both - it’s up to you.
What about the prizes? Well, the top prize, for the best report overall, is the magnificent
Rubicon 2000 portable tape recorder. It’s what the professionals use when they’re out
on a story. It’s got a separate microphone for conducting on-the-spot interviews and all
the latest in new technology for the professional reporter. In addition, there will be
prizes of Candida XR tape recorders for the most interesting subject, the best interview
and the most imaginative presentation.
Right, if you want to go in for this competition, here are the details. First of all, the
different categories you can enter reports for. Well, there are two main categories. The
first is for local personalities and activities. For this, you might choose as your subject
someone well-known in your district or a local sports event or festival, for example. The
second is for issues of importance in the area today - you might, for example, compile a
report about an environmental matter such as traffic problems for this category.
In addition, there’s a special category for entries from schools, because we’re very keen
to get as many of the local schools as possible involved. In this category, we’re offering
two cash prizes of five hundred pounds each, and the money can be used for the
purchase of any equipment needed by the school - it’s up to the winners what they
choose. Entries for this category are invited not from individuals but from school
classes, and teachers may wish them to be related to a special project which could be
organized between now and the closing date of July the eighth.
Our expert judges are going to select the six best reports sent in and these will be
broadcast on September the sixth, on a special programme on this station - ‘Our Society
Today’.
Anyone entering the competition should make sure that they submit their reports on
good quality tape - remember, theyre going to be broadcast. And, very important, make
sure that your tape is clearly labelled, with your name and address, which category your
report is being entered for and its title.
Entries, clearly marked ‘Radio Reporter Competition’ on the envelope, should arrive
here no later than 4pm on Friday July the eighth. Now, if you want us to send your tape
                                             16
be a special feature on bargain destinations for late bookings. Don’t miss it!

Part 2
You will hear part of a local radio programme, in which the presenter gives details of a
competition. For questions 9-18, fill in the missing information.
OK, finally we come to the competition I mentioned at the start of the programme. It’s
for any of you out there who fancy yourselves as radio reporters and it’s open to
anyone, of any age, who is living, working or studying in this area. Perhaps you’ve
listened to this station and thought ‘I can do better than that!’ Well, this is your chance.
Now, if you want to go in for the competition, what you have to do is to put together
and send in a short report on tape, of up to four minutes in length, that deals with
something to do with this area. It could be about almost anything, as long as it’s
connected with this area. You see, what we want you to send in are pieces which
capture the special nature of the area - its people, what goes on here, the things that
people care about here, that kind of thing. You might want to go out and interview
people, or you could simply describe something, or both - it’s up to you.
What about the prizes? Well, the top prize, for the best report overall, is the magnificent
Rubicon 2000 portable tape recorder. It’s what the professionals use when they’re out
on a story. It’s got a separate microphone for conducting on-the-spot interviews and all
the latest in new technology for the professional reporter. In addition, there will be
prizes of Candida XR tape recorders for the most interesting subject, the best interview
and the most imaginative presentation.
Right, if you want to go in for this competition, here are the details. First of all, the
different categories you can enter reports for. Well, there are two main categories. The
first is for local personalities and activities. For this, you might choose as your subject
someone well-known in your district or a local sports event or festival, for example. The
second is for issues of importance in the area today - you might, for example, compile a
report about an environmental matter such as traffic problems for this category.
In addition, there’s a special category for entries from schools, because we’re very keen
to get as many of the local schools as possible involved. In this category, we’re offering
two cash prizes of five hundred pounds each, and the money can be used for the
purchase of any equipment needed by the school - it’s up to the winners what they
choose. Entries for this category are invited not from individuals but from school
classes, and teachers may wish them to be related to a special project which could be
organized between now and the closing date of July the eighth.
Our expert judges are going to select the six best reports sent in and these will be
broadcast on September the sixth, on a special programme on this station - ‘Our Society
Today’.
Anyone entering the competition should make sure that they submit their reports on
good quality tape - remember, they’re going to be broadcast. And, very important, make
sure that your tape is clearly labelled, with your name and address, which category your
report is being entered for and its title.
Entries, clearly marked ‘Radio Reporter Competition’ on the envelope, should arrive
here no later than 4pm on Friday July the eighth. Now, if you want us to send your tape