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Unit 4. Our Customs and Traditions. Lesson 7. Looking back - project

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Sunday, November 29, 2020
WARM UP
Kim’s game
Look at the pictures and memorize as many customs and traditions as possible.
1. Grandparents helping look after children.
2. Visiting pagodas on the first and the fifteenth day of a lunar month.
3. Offering teachers flowers on Vietnamese Teachers` Day.
4. Preparing Chung Cake on Tet holiday.
5. Having a party when the baby is one month old.
6. Serving tea when guests visit your house.
Answer key
LESSON 7: LOOKING BACK
& PROJECT
New lessons
UNIT 4: CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS
VOCABULARY
1. Complete the sentences with the words from the box.


worshipping
wrap
generations
cutlery
respect
1. We should _______ our customs and traditions.
2. A lot of countries in the world have the tradition of _____________ their ancestors.
3. You shouldn’t ______ a gift in black or white paper.
4. In a lot of countries, the _______ usually invites everybody to start eating.
5. In Viet Nam, the _______ we mostly use is chopsticks.
6. For___________, my family has visited this pagoda.
host
2. Write sentences with the following expressions.
there’s a tradition that
according to tradition
follow the tradition of
break with tradition by
have the custom of
1. __________________________________________
2. __________________________________________
3. __________________________________________
4. __________________________________________
5. __________________________________________
My family have the custom of having dinner together.
There is a tradition that people usually visit the pagoda in the mid-month.
According to tradition, people get together on the Tet holiday.
People follow the tradition of visiting relatives on Tet holiday.
People break the tradition by not decorating houses on Tet holiday.
Model writing:
3. Complete the following wordwebs with the customs and traditions you know or have learnt.
family customs and
traditions
have dinner together
go to the cinema at weekends
celebrate birthday of family member
visit relatives at weekends
3. Complete the following wordwebs with the customs and traditions you know or have learnt.
social
customs and
traditions
visit pagoda
decorate houses for Tet
worship our ancestors
bring present when visit someone’s house
GRAMMAR
4. Complete the sentences, using should or shouldn’t and a verb from the box.

follow
touch
wait
break
use
1. In Viet Nam you ______________ for the eldest person to sit before you sit down.
2. In Viet Nam you ___________ only the first name to address people older than you.
3. You _______________ your promise to the children.
4. If you are Vietnamese, you ________________ your customs and traditions.
5. You ________________ another person’s head because it’s disrespectful.
should wait
should use
shouldn’t break
should follow
shouldn’t touch
3. Underline one mistake in each of the following sentences. Correct it.
1. When you visit a temple in Thailand, you has to follow some important customs.
2. People should wear short shorts and tank tops. This is disrespectful.
3. People can wear sandals, but these have to has a strap around the back.
4. People should to lower their voice inside the temple.
5. Women have avoid touching monks.
Click
have
shouldn’t
have
should
have to avoid
Communication
6. Games:
WHAT SHOULD I DO ?
In small groups, take turns to choose one of these scenarios for each other. Once everyone has had a turn at answering, vote for the person who gave the best advice.
I’ve been invited to dinner with a British family.
I’m going to visit a pagoda in Viet Nam.
I’m going to visit a temple in Thailand.
I’m going to Japan to stay with my Japanese friend.
I want to join
in the Tet
celebrations.
Customs and traditions:
HOW THEY HAVE CHANGED
1. Work in groups of three or four. Decide on a Vietnamese custom or tradition you want to research.
2. Individually, interview an older person (your grandmother or your neighbour) about this custom or tradition.
3. Then interview a younger person (your mother or your teacher) to see if this custom or tradition has changed today.
4. Back in your group, compare and combine your research results. Then together plan your presentation. Decide which of you will lead each part of the presentation.
5. Give your presentation to the rest of the class.
(Hang) Hi, everybody! We’re Hang, Nam, Nga and Binh. We belong to group Lovely Kitten.
As you knows, there are 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam, so it is a multi-cultural country, which is also rich in tradition and custom.
The question raised here is that how our traditions and customs have changed over the years. To learn this, we conducted to interview our Grandmas and Moms. It is interesting for us to find out many changes in our traditions and customs. Now we would like to tell you some among them.
Model project:
(Nam) First of all, the custom of visiting pagoda has changed and let me tell you more about it.
In the past, people went to pagoda only on special occasions such as on New Year`s Eve and on the fifteenth day of the lunar months… to pray for their family’s safety, good health, prosperity, and good luck. But today people are more superstitious. They do that whenever they meet difficulties and deadlock in life. In the past, each village had its own pagoda. The villagers went to this pagoda to pray. Now, this custom has also changed. People only go to the pagodas which are of great renown, splendid with nice landscapes … They no longer care about the solemn but “poorer” ones. It`s so bad, isn’t it?
(Nga) Next, the custom and tradition of celebrating death anniversaries has changed and let`s know more about it.
In the past, people prepared for it nearly a year ahead. Then on the day of anniversary, the host invited all his relatives and neighbours to join the anniversary, which was rather costly, but a lot of fun and formed good relationships with all of the other people. But now people seem to have the tendency to celebrate death anniversaries within the family. They don’t invite any neighbours to join the event because they try to cut down the expenditure in life, and more importantly they don’t have much time for the activities like these meanwhile they “make ends meet”.
(Binh) Finally, the custom and tradition of wearing Ao dai in wedding ceremonies has changed and I’ll tell you more about it.
In the past, the groom and the bride had to wear Ao dai and headdresses (khăn đóng) during the wedding ceremonies and this is a must. The mothers of the bride and the groom had to weave the cloth themselves and then made the costumes for the bride and the groom, which was a hard work and time-consuming. But now the bride and the groom don’t need to wear them any more. Instead, they wear modern clothes which they can either have them made or rent from a shop. Nowadays, some wear Ao dai and headdresses but they are considered fashionable.
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HOMEWORK
- Review all the new words again.
- Review the grammar points: should, shouldn’t, must, mustn’t, have to, don’t have to.
- Do the project. Report to the class in the next period.
- Prepare for : Unit 5 - Festival in Vietnam
Lesson 1: Getting started - Listen and read
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