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  • Unit 4. Volunteer work

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    UNIT 4: VOLUNTEER WORK
    WELCOME TO OUR CLASS
    READING
    Look at the pictures and answer the following questions:
    What are they doing?
    Pre-reading
    He is directing traffic
    She is playing with the children.
    He is giving lessons to the children.
    They are repairing the country road. widening
    VOLUNTEER WORK
    Which activity do they take part in?
    VOCABULARY
    - volunteer /,vɔlən`tiə/(n,v)
    voluntary (adj)
    orphanage [`ɔ:fənidʒ](n):
    - mow /moʊ/(v)
    + lawn-mower (n)
    handicapped /`hændikæpt/(adj)
    remote [ri‘məʊt](adj)
    comfort to [ˈkʌmfərt](v)
    overcome [əʊvəkʌm](v)
    suffer [‘sʌpə(r)](v)
    : trại trẻ mồ côi
    = far away
    : (người) tình nguyện
    : cắt, xén (cỏ)
    : máy cắt, xén cỏ
    : tật nguyền, tàn tật
    : an ủi, dỗ dành
    : vượt qua
    : vượt qua
    CHECKING VOCABULARY
    - volunteer /,vɔlən`tiə/(n,v)
    voluntary (adj)
    orphanage [`ɔ:fənidʒ](n)
    - mow /məʊ/(v)
    - handicapped
    /`hændikæpt/(adj)
    remote [ri‘məʊt](adj)
    comfort to [ˈkʌmfərt](v)
    overcome [əʊvəkʌm](v)
    suffer [‘sʌpə(r)](v)
    : trại trẻ mồ côi
    = far away
    : (người) tình nguyện
    : cắt, xén (cỏ)
    : tật nguyền, tàn tật
    : an ủi, dỗ dành
    : vượt qua
    : vượt qua
    While-Reading
    Each nation has many people who voluntarily take care of others. For example, many high school and college students in the United States often spend many hours as volunteers in hospitals, orphanages or homes for the aged. They read books to the people in these places. Sometimes the students just visit them, play games with them or listen to their problems.
    Other young volunteers work in the homes of sick or old people. They clean up their houses, do their shopping or mow their lawns. For boys who no longer have fathers, there is a voluntary organization called Big Brothers. College students take these boys to baseball games and help them to get to know things that boys usually learn from their fathers.
    Some high school students take part in helping disadvantaged or handicapped children. They give care and comfort to them and help them to overcome their difficulties. Young college and university students participate in helping the people who have suffered badly in wars or natural disasters. During summer vacations, they volunteer to work in remote or mountainous areas to provide education for children.
    Each city has a number of clubs where boys and girls can go to play games. Some of these clubs organise short trips to the mountains, beaches or other places of interest. Most of these clubs use a lot of high school and college students as volunteers because they are young enough to understand the problems of younger boys and girls.
    Volunteers believe that some of the happiest people in the world are those who help to bring happiness to others.
    1. When she retired, she did a lot of __________ service for the Red Cross.
    2. She was not fired. She left the company __________.
    3. She needs some __________ to clean up the kitchen.
    4. Last month the company ____________ to donate fifty trucks to help the flooded areas.
    Task 1. The word “volunteer” appears in the passage in different parts of speech. Use an appropriate form of the word volunteer to complete each of the following sentences.
    voluntary
    voluntarily
    volunteer
    volunteered
    Mowing the lawns, doing shopping and cleaning up their houses.
    Cooking, sewing or washing their clothes.
    Telling them stories, and signing and dancing for them.
    Taking them to baseball games.
    1. Volunteers usually help these who are sick or old in their home by :
    Task 2: Choose the best answer from A, B, C or D for each of the following sentences.
    the name of a club.
    a home for children.
    the name of a film.
    D. An organization for boys who no longer have fathers.
    2. Big Brothers is…
    Have a lot of free time.
    Can understand the problems of younger boys and girls.
    Know how to do the work.
    Are good at playing games.
    3. Most of the boys’ and girls’ clubs use many high schools and college students as volunteers because they...
    in order to make others happy, they have to be happy.
    the happiest people are those who make themselves happy.
    the happiest people are those who are young and healthy.
    bringing happiness to others make them the happiest people.
    4. Volunteers believe that…
    Taking care of others.
    Voluntary work in the United States
    Volunteers : The Happiest People in the World.
    Helping Old and Sick people in the United States.
    5. The best title for the passage is…


    1. What do high school and college students usually do as volunteers in hospitals, orphanages or homes for the aged?
     High school and college students usually visit hospitals, orphanages or homes .They often read books , play games or listen to their problems.
    2. How do volunteers help disadvantaged and handicapped children to overcome their difficulties?
    The volunteers give care, comfort and help them to overcome their problems or difficulties.
    3. Where do students volunteer to work during summer vacations?
     During summer vacations ,they volunteer to work in remote or mountainous areas to provide education for children.
    Task 3. Answer the questions
    1. Students in the United States spend their time as volunteers only in hospitals.
    2. Big Brothers is an organization for boys who no longer have fathers.
    3. High school students also help disadvantaged or handicapped children overcome their difficulties.
    4. During vacations, volunteers come to work in remote or mountainous areas.
    F
    T
    T
    F
    Task 4: Decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F) according to the passage.
    When she retired, she did a lot of .................. service for the Red Cross.
    She was not fired. She left the company .................
    3. She needs some ................. to clean up the kitchen.
    4. Last month the company…................... to donate fifty trucks to help the flooded areas.
    5. She was sent to an ......................... when her mother died.
    6. We have visited many villages in ..................... areas.
    7. I’m going to work two days a week teaching ....................... kids to fish.


    Consolidation: Gap fill
    orphan
    handicapped
    volunteered
    volunteer
    orphanage
    volunteers
    voluntary
    remote
    voluntarily
    HOMEWORK
    Learn the new works by heart.
    Read the passage again.
    Prepare for the new lesson: Speaking (page 49)
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION
    GOOD BYE.
    SEE YOU AGAIN

     
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