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Unit 1. Family Life. Lesson 1. Getting started

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Thursday, March 04, 2021
* Warm-up
1. Mr Long has found that his wife receives a great deal of love when he _____________to chores.
2. In fact, child care seems to have some important __________ for young children.
3. Ho Xuan Huong was a female poet who was __________ of gender inequality.
4. Ties with the ___________ family are generally very close.
5. Mothers play a(n) ___________ role in the lives of their children and the bond is very strong.
6. My mother is both responsible for the ___________ and the household chores.
7. More than one-fourth of American families faced ______________ due to medical costs.
8. When your child was young, your role was to _________ and guide him.
* Fill in each blank with the correct word/phrase given.
finances
extended
financial burden
contributes
enormous
benefits
nurture
critical
New lesson
SKILLS
WRITING:
“MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK”
- split (v)
- mend (v)
- take up (v)
- take turns (exp)
- lay the table (exp)
- contribute (v)
- burden (n)
* Vocabulary
= share (chia, chia phần)
= fix things (sửa chữa)
: chọn lấy
: luân phiên
: bày bàn ăn
: đóng góp
: gánh nặng
* Checking vocabulary
- split (v)
- mend (v)
- take up (v)
- take turns (exp)
- lay the table (exp)
- contribute (v)
- burden (n)
= share (chia, chia phần)
= fix things (sửa chữa)
: chọn lấy
: luân phiên
: bày bàn ăn
: đóng góp
: gánh nặng
1. Work in pairs. Discuss the meaning of the saying above. Do you agree with it? How does this saying apply to doing housework in the family?
A: For me, it means: If many people share a piece of work, it will be done more quickly without too much effort and time. This saying also applies to doing housework in the family: If all family members contribute to housework, each won`t have to do much. And if just one or two people in the family have to do all the chores, they may be very tired and may not have enough time to relax and entertain.
B: I totally agree with you. We are equal and no one is allowed to have more privileges than others.
“MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK”
2. Read the text about Lam’s family below and complete the chore chart.
I live in a family of four: my parents, my younger sister and I. We are all very busy people: both my parents work, my sister and I spend most of our time at school, so we split the household chores equally.
My dad is responsible for mending things around the house. He also cleans the bathroom twice a week. My mum does most of the cooking and grocery shopping.
Being the elder child in the family, I take up a large share of housework. I do the laundry, take out the rubbish, and clean the fridge once a week. My younger sister An’s responsibilities include helping Mum to prepare meals and washing the dishes. My sister and I take turns laying the table for meals, sweeping the house, and feeding the cat.
We do our share of housework willingly as we know that if everyone contributes, the burden is less and everyone can have some time to relax.
HOUSEHOLD CHORE CHART
mends things around the house, cleans the bathroom
does most of the cooking and grocery shopping
does the laundry, takes out the rubbish and cleans the fridge, lays the table for meals, sweeps the house and feeds the cat (share with sister)
helps Mum prepare meals and washes the dishes, lays the table for meals, sweeps the house and feeds the cat (share with brother)
3. Read the text again and answer the questions.
How many people are there in Lam’s family?
2. Why are they very busy?
3. How do they split the housework in the family?
4. What household chores does each member of the family do?
5. Do the family members enjoy the housework?
6. What are the benefits of everyone in the family sharing the housework?
3. Read the text again and answer the questions.
How many people are there in Lam’s family?
There are four people in Lam’s family.
2. Why are they very busy?
Because both parents work and the children spend most of their time at school.
3. How do they split the housework in the family?
They split the housework equally in the family.
4. What household chores does each member of the family do?
The father mends things around the house and cleans the bathroom; the mother does most of the cooking and grocery shopping; Lam does the laundry, takes out the trash and cleans the fridge once a week; An helps her mother to prepare meals and washes the dishes; Lam and An take turns laying the table for meals, sweeping the house, and feeding the cat.
5. Do the family members enjoy the housework?
Yes, they do. They do it willingly.
6. What are the benefits of everyone in the family sharing the housework?
The burden is less, so everyone has time to relax.
4. Make your family chore chart. Then, using the ideas in the chart, write a paragraph about how people in your family share housework. You can use the questions in 3 as cues for your writing.
- does most of the cooking
- grocery shopping
- mends things around the house
- cleans the bathroom
Linh
- helps Mum prepare meals
- washes the dishes; lays the table for meals
- sweeps the house; feeds the dog
Hoang
- does the laundry; takes out the rubbish
- cleans the fridge; lays the table for meals;
- sweeps the house; feeds the dog
4. Make your family chore chart. Then, using the ideas in the chart, write a paragraph about how people in your family share housework. You can use the questions in 3 as cues for your writing.
Outline:
- Introduction to the family: how many people, who the members are, etc. (questions 1 & 2)
- How the family members share housework, what each of them does. (questions 3 & 4)
- What family members think of doing housework. (questions 5 & 6)
There are four people in my family. Since both of my parents go to work and we spend most of our time at school. We split the housework equally in the family. My mother does most of the cooking and grocery shopping. My father mends things around the house and cleans the bathroom. I help my mother prepare meals and wash the dishes. My brother, Hoang, does the laundry, takes out the trash and cleans the fridge once a week. Hoang and I take turns laying the table for meals, sweeping the house, and feeding the dog. We do our share of housework willingly, as we think we are equal and no one is allowed to have more privileges than others. Therefore, everyone has time to relax.
Model of writing
HOMEWORK
Read the text in page 12 again.
Write a paragraph about how people in your family share housework.
Do exercice E1-3 (page 12) in workbook.
Prepare for Communication and Culture (page 13).
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