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Unit 1. Home life

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welcome to our class
PRE - READING
Talk about your family
Using some suggestions:
Who do you live with in your family?
What kind of family do you have? ( nuclear family/ single parent family/ extended family/ grandparent family/..)
What is each member of the family doing?
Is the family happy? Why (not)?
PART A: READING
UNIT 1: HOME LIFE
VOCABULARY
- Shift (n): ca làm việc
Ex: work on a night shift
- Responsibility (n) : trách nhiệm
Take responsibility for: đảm nhiệm công việc gì
- Give (sb) a hand : giúp đỡ (ai)
- Mischievous (a) : tinh nghịch
- Obedient (n): ngoan ngoãn, vâng lời
- Close-knit (a) : quan hệ khăn khít => Close-knit family
- Supportive (of) : ủng hộ
- Frankly (adv) : trung thực, thẳng thắn, một cách thành thật
- Secure (a) : an toàn, yên tâm, đảm bảo => security (n)
- Confident : tự tin
- Household chore (n): housework => run the household: quán xuyến việc nhà
I come from a family of five people: my parents, my two younger brothers and I. My mother works as a nurse in a big hospital. She has to work long hours and once a week she has to work on a night shift. My father is a biologist. He works from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in a lab, but sometimes when there is a project, he doesn’t come home until very late at night. Although my parents are very busy at work, they try to spend as much time with their children as possible. It is generally believed that “men build the house and women make it home”, but in my family, both parents join hands to give us a nice house and a happy home.
My mother is a very caring woman. She takes the responsibility for running the household. She is always the first one to get up in the morning to make sure that we leave home for school having eaten breakfast and dressed in suitable clothes. In the afternoon, after hospital, she rushes to the market, then hurries home so that dinner is ready on the table by the time Dad gets home. Dad is always willing to give a hand with cleaning the house. Unlike most men, he enjoys cooking. Sometimes, at weekends, he cooks us some special dishes. His eel soup is the best soup I have ever eaten.
I am now in my final year at the secondary school, and in my attempt to win a place at university, I am under a lot of study pressure. However, being the eldest child and the only daughter in the family I try to help with the household chores. My main responsibility is to wash the dishes and take out the garbage. I also look after the boys, who are quite active and mischievous sometimes, but most of the time they are obedient and hard-working. They love joining my father in mending things around the house at weekends.
We are a very close-knit family and very supportive of one another. We often share our feelings, and whenever problems come up, we discuss them frankly and find solutions quickly. We always feel safe and secure in our family. It is a base from which we can go into the world with confidence.
WHILE YOU READ
Task 1 Read the text and choose A, B that is nearest in meaning to the sentence given:
1. He doesn’t come home until very late at night.
A. He never comes home late at night.
B. He comes home late at night.
C. He sometimes comes home late at night.
2. “ Men build the house and women make it home”
A. Both men and women are good at building houses.
B. Men and women have to live separately.
C. Men‘s responsibility is to work and support the family and women ‘s job is to look after the family.
3. Our parents join hands to give us a nice house and a happy home .
A.. Our parents work together to give us a nice house and a happy home.
B. Our parents take each other ‘s hand when they give us a nice house and a happy home.
C. Our parents shake hands when they give us a nice house and a happy home.


WHILE YOU READ
4. The boys are mischievous sometimes.
A. The boys are well - behaved sometimes
B. The boys enjoy playing tricks and annoying people sometimes.
C. The boys miss their parents sometimes
5. We are very close – knit family.
A. Members of our family have very close relationship with each other.
B. Members of our family need each other
C. Members of our family are never close to each other.

While you read
Task 2. Teachers asks students to read the passage again carefully and answer the questions:

1. How busy are the parents in the passage?
2. How caring is the mother?
3. How do the father and the daughter share the household chores?
4. What is the daughter attempting to do after secondary school?
5. Why do the children feel they are safe and secure in their family?
I come from a family of five people: my parents, my two younger brothers and I. My mother works as a nurse in a big hospital. She has to work long hours and once a week she has to work on a night shift. My father is a biologist. He works from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in a lab, but sometimes when there is a project, he doesn’t come home until very late at night. Although my parents are very busy at work, they try to spend as much time with their children as possible. It is generally believed that “men build the house and women make it home”, but in my family, both parents join hands to give us a nice house and a happy home.
My mother is a very caring woman. She takes the responsibility for running the household. She is always the first one to get up in the morning to make sure that we leave home for school having eaten breakfast and dressed in suitable clothes. In the afternoon, after hospital, she rushes to the market, then hurries home so that dinner is ready on the table by the time Dad gets home. Dad is always willing to give a hand with cleaning the house. Unlike most men, he enjoys cooking. Sometimes, at weekends, he cooks us some special dishes. His eel soup is the best soup I have ever eaten.
I am now in my final year at the secondary school, and in my attempt to win a place at university, I am under a lot of study pressure. However, being the eldest child and the only daughter in the family I try to help with the household chores. My main responsibility is to wash the dishes and take out the garbage. I also look after the boys, who are quite active and mischievous sometimes, but most of the time they are obedient and hard-working. They love joining my father in mending things around the house at weekends.
We are a very close-knit family and very supportive of one another. We often share our feelings, and whenever problems come up, we discuss them frankly and find solutions quickly. We always feel safe and secure in our family. It is a base from which we can go into the world with confidence.






Task 2: Answer

1.They are very busy. They have to work long hours and work at night sometimes.
2. She is always the first one to get up in the morning to make sure that her children leave hoe for school having eaten breakfast and dress in suitable clothes; After work, she hurries home so that dinner is ready by the dad gets home.
3.The father gives a hand with cleaning the house and sometimes cooks some special dishes: The daughter does household chores: washing the dishes and taking out the garbage.






Task 2: Answer

4.She attempts to win a place at university.
5. Because their members family are very close-knit and supportive one another. They often share our feelings and whenever problems come up , they discuss them frankly and find solutions quickly.


Compare the family describe in the text with your own family.
After you read
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
Get the ideas of a happy family by understanding a range of related vocabulary such as close-knit, join hands, active, mischievous, obedient, supportive....
CONSOLIDATION
Learn the new words.
Translate the passage into Vietnamese. Do the exercises in the notebooks.
Prepare unit 1(speaking)
HOMEWORK
Questions for testing old lesson
Answer the following questions:
How busy are the parents in the passage?
2. How do the father and the daughter share the household chores?
3. What is the daughter attempting to do after secondary school?
 
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