BBC ONE-MINUTE NEWS CONTEXT, OCT 31st
1) Read and translate the news texts.
2) Write out the WCs in black font into your MEDIA VOCABULARY BOOKS and give their
appropriate Ukr. equivalents.
3) Compose 10 questions to discuss the news, using Blooms Taxonomy+ SUSTAINING
QUESTIONS strategies. Be ready to ask them in class.
1 Sinai plane crash: No survivors on Russian airliner KGL9268
1 A Russian airliner has crashed in central Sinai killing all 224 people on board, Egyptian
officials have said.
2 The Airbus A-321 had just left the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, bound for the Russian city
of St Petersburg.
3 Wreckage was found in the Hasana area and bodies removed, ...view middle of the document...
5 The fire broke out at about 23:00 at the Colectiv club, which was hosting a free rock concert by
the band Goodbye to Gravity. Up to 400 people are thought to have been inside.
3 World Cup: New Zealand v Australia
1 New Zealand are aiming to become the first team ever to retain the Rugby World Cup when
they meet Australia in Saturday's sell-out Twickenham final.
2 More than 80,000 fans will see the All Blacks start as favourites, having lost only three games out
of 53 since lifting the Webb Ellis Cup in 2011.
3 Despite the All Blacks or the Wallabies having featured in six of seven previous World Cup
finals - three times each, they have never appeared in a final together. It will be the first time New Zealand
and Australia - the world's top-ranked sides - have met in the final.
4 Both are double winners but no country has won the tournament three times.
5 The build-up to the final has seen both nations throw their weight behind their quest for
victory, with the Sydney Opera House illuminated in green and gold and the slogan "Go Wallabies".
The Wallabies play in Australia's traditional sporting colours of
green and gold.
The nickname "Wallabies" is in reference to the wallaby—a
marsupial that is widely distributed throughout Australia. The name has its
origins during first United Kingdom and North America tour by the
Australian team in 1908. New Zealand had just completed a tour and
the English press dubbed their team the "All Blacks". It was suggested
that Australia should too have a nickname, and Rabbits was one of the
names suggested by the English newspapers. The Australians rejected this,
and did not want the national team to be represented by an imported pest. 
They opted for the native Wallaby instead. At first it was only touring
parties that were...