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Unit 04. Our Customs and Traditions. Lesson 1. Getting started

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Unit 4:
Our customs and traditions
Lesson 1: Getting started
Teacher : Nguyen Thi Thuy
Welcome to our class
1.Matching
1 + D
2 + A
3 + F
4 + E
5 + C
6 + B
Teacher:Today we`re going to learn about customs and traditions. Do you think they`re the same?

Mi: I think they`re different, but it`s hard to explain how.

Nick: In my opinion, a custom is something that has become anacceptedway of doing things. And a tradition is something we do that isspecialand is passed down through the generations.

Teacher:Yes, spot on! Give me an example of a custom.

Mai: My family has this custom of eating dinner at 7 p.m. sharp.

Teacher:Really?
Mai: Yes, we have to be at the dinner table on time.
Teacher:That`s interesting! How about a tradition, Phong?
Phong: We have a family tradition of visiting the pagoda on the first day of every lunar month.

Nick: You`re kidding!

Phong: No, no. We`ve followed this tradition for generations.

Teacher:You`ve mentioned family, but what about social customs and traditions, Nick?

Nick: Well, in the UK there are lots of customs for table manners. For example, we have to use a knife and fork at dinner. Then, there`s a British tradition of having afternoon tea at 4 p.m.

Teacher:Sounds lovely! Now, for homework, you should find information about a custom or tradition. You`re doing mini presentations next week...
Teacher:Today we`re going to learn about customs and traditions. Do you think they`re the same?
Mi: I think they`re different, but it`s hard to explain how.
Nick: In my opinion, a custom is something that has become anacceptedway of doing things. And a tradition is something we do that isspecialand is passed down through the generations.
Teacher:Yes, spot on! Give me an example of a custom.
Mai: My family has this custom of eating dinner at 7 p.m. sharp.
Teacher:Really?
Mai: Yes, we have to be at the dinner table on time.
Teacher:That`s interesting! How about a tradition, Phong?
Phong: We have a family tradition of visiting the pagoda on the first day of every lunar month.
Nick: You`re kidding!
Phong: No, no. We`ve followed this tradition for generations.
Teacher:You`ve mentioned family, but what about social customs and traditions, Nick?
Nick: Well, in the UK there are lots of customs for table manners. For example, we have to use a knife and fork at dinner. Then, there`s a British tradition of having afternoon tea at 4 p.m.
Teacher:Sounds lovely! Now, for homework, you should find information about a custom or tradition. You`re doing mini presentations next week...
accepted
generations.
spot on
sharp
social
table manners
You`re kidding!
generations.
1b (p.39): True (T) or false (F).
T
F
T
F
1. What is Mai`s family custom?
?
How does Nick feel when Phong talks about one of his
family traditions?
?
3. Is a custom the same as a tradition?
?
4. What is the difference between them?
?

5. What should the students do for homework?
?
It`s eating dinner at 7 p.m. sharp.
He`s surprised.
No , it is not.
A custom is something accepted. A tradition is something special and is passed down through the generations.
They should find information about a custom or tradition.
1C (p.39): Answer the questions.
1d (p.39). Find these sentences in the conversation and fill in the missing words.
We _________ be at the dinner table on time.

You _________find information about a custom or tradition.
have to
should
What do you think these sentences mean?
Have to: It’s an obligation.
Should: It’s a suggestion or advice.
2a(p.39). Match the pictures with the customs and traditions.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
h.
g.
f.
g.
c.
f.
h.
e.
a.
b.
d.
2b(p.39). Write C (custom) or T (tradition) next to each activity. In pairs, compare your answers.
C
C
C
C
T
T
C or T
C or T
HOMEWORK
1.Learn voc by heart.
2. Redo all the exercises p.39.
3. List some customs and traditions in
your village.
4. Listen and read the dialogue again.
 
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