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Unit 03. Peoples of Viet Nam. Lesson 5. Skills 1

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Teacher: Tran Thi Hong Anh - Tho Son Secondary School
What dance is it?

2. Which ethnic group does it belong to ?

Topic 1- Unit 3:
Peoples of Viet Nam
Lesson 20: Skills 1
Saturday, November 21st 2017
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
I. Reading
E1. Work in pairs. Answer the questions.
1, Where do the Thai people live?
2, What is their population?
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
Reading
Now read the text and check your answers.
The Thai have a population of about one and a half million people living
in the provinces of Lai Chau, Son La, Yen Bai, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa, and Nghe An. The Thai language belongs to the Tay- Thai group.
The Thai are experienced farmers. They dig canals to bring water to their fields. Their main food is rice, especially sticky rice. The Thai also grow other crops on burnt- out land. They raise cattle and poultry for their own use. They also make bamboo items, and weave cloth. Thai cloth is well- known for being unique, colourful and strong.
Recently, Thai men prefer to wear the Kinh’s style of dress, while Thai women keep their traditional costumes including short blouses, long skirts, scarves and ornaments. The Thai live in houses on stilts. Their villages comprise 40 to 50 houses, usually built side by side.
The Thai worship their ancestors. Every year, they hold festivals and ceremonies with alternating songs between boys and girls, and many traditional games.
* Vocabulary:
- Poultry (n) :
- Weave cloth (v) :
- Sow seed (v) :
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
Gia cầm
Dệt vải
Gieo hạt
- Ornament (n) :
Đồ trang sức
- Experienced (a) :
Có kinh nghiệm
- Bamboo(n) :
Cây tre
- Canal (n) :
Con kênh
- Ancestor ( n) :
Ông cha, tổ tiên
- Unique ( adj) :
Độc đáo, độc nhất
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
I. Reading
E2: Complete each sentence, using a word from the text.
E3: Answer the questions.
1/ Do the Thai people have their own language?
2/ What is the main food of the Thai people?
3/ What is the Thai cloth well-known for?
4/ Which still wear their traditional costumes, Thai men or Thai women?
5/ Who do the Thai worship?

1. The Thai are good ______ . They grow different crops.
2. They can make household items from the _____ tree.
3. The Thai live in ______ houses.
4. They have a rich culture including folk _________ and games.
5. Many festivals and ______________
are held by the Thai people
every year.
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
Reading
Now read the text and check your answers.
The Thai have a population of about one and a half million people living in the provinces of Lai Chau, Son La, Yen Bai, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa, and Nghe An. The Thai language belongs to the Tay- Thai group.
The Thai are experienced farmers. They dig canals to bring water to their fields. Their main food is rice, especially sticky rice. The Thai also grow other crops on burnt- out land. They raise cattle and poultry for their own use. They also make bamboo items, and weave cloth. Thai cloth is well- known for being unique, colourful and strong.
Recently, Thai men prefer to wear the Kinh’s style of dress, while Thai women keep their traditional costumes including short blouses, long skirts, scarves and ornaments. The Thai live in houses on stilts. Their villages comprise 40 to 50 houses, usually built side by side.
The Thai worship their ancestors. Every year, they hold festivals and ceremonies with alternating songs between boys and girls, and many traditional games.
The Thai have a population of about one and a half million people living in the provinces of Lai Chau, Son La, Yen Bai, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa, and Nghe An. The Thai language belongs to the Tay- Thai group.
The Thai are experienced farmers. They dig canals to bring water to their fields. Their main food is rice, especially sticky rice. The Thai also grow other crops on burnt- out land. They raise cattle and poultry for their own use. They also make bamboo items, and weave cloth. Thai cloth is well- known for being unique, colourful and strong.
E2: Complete each sentence, using a word from the text.
1. The Thai are good . They grow different crops.
2. They can make household items from the tree.
3. The Thai live in houses.
4. They have a rich culture including folk and games.
5. Many festivals and
are held by the Thai people every year.
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
I. Reading
farmers
bamboo
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
I. Reading
Recently, Thai men prefer to wear the Kinh’s style of dress, while Thai women keep their traditional costumes including short blouses, long skirts, scarves and ornaments. The Thai live in houses on stilts. Their villages comprise 40 to 50 houses, usually built side by side.
The Thai worship their ancestors. Every year, they hold festivals and ceremonies with alternating songs between boys and girls, and many traditional games.
E2: Complete each sentence, using a word from the text.
1. The Thai are good . They grow different crops.
2. They can make household items from the tree.
3. The Thai live in houses.
4. They have a rich culture including folk and games.
5. Many festivals and
are held by the Thai people every year.
farmers
bamboo
stilt
songs
ceremonies
E3: Answer the questions.
1/ Do the Thai people have their own language?
Yes, they do.
2/ What is the main food of the Thai people?
Their main food is rice.
3/ What is the Thai cloth well-known for?
It is well-known for being unique, colourful and strong.
4/ Which still wear their traditional costumes, Thai men or Thai women?

5/ Who do the Thai worship?
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
I. Reading
The Thai have a population of about one and a half million people living in the provinces of Lai Chau, Son La, Yen Bai, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa, and Nghe An. The Thai language belongs to the Tay- Thai group.
The Thai are experienced farmers. They dig canals to bring water to their fields. Their main food is rice, especially sticky rice. The Thai also grow other crops on burnt- out land. They raise cattle and poultry for their own use. They also make bamboo items, and weave cloth. Thai cloth is well- known for being unique, colourful and strong.
E3: Answer the questions.
1/ Do the Thai people have their own language?
Yes, they do.
2/ What is the main food of the Thai people?
Their main food is rice.
3/ What is the Thai cloth well-known for?
It is well-known for being unique, colourful and strong.
4/ Which still wear their traditional costumes, Thai men or Thai women?
Thai women do.
5/ Who do the Thai worship?
They worship their ancestors.
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
I. Reading
Recently, Thai men prefer to wear the Kinh’s style of dress, while Thai women keep their traditional costumes including short blouses, long skirts, scarves and ornaments. The Thai live in houses on stilts. Their villages comprise 40 to 50 houses, usually built side by side.
The Thai worship their ancestors. Every year, they hold festivals and ceremonies with alternating songs between boys and girls, and many traditional games.
The Thai have a population of about one and a half million people.
They live in Lai Chau, Son La, Yen Bai, Hoa Binh, Thanh Hoa and Nghe An.
Their language is Tay – Thai group.
They grow rice, raise cattle, poultry and weave cloth.
They hold festivals and ceremonies with alternating songs between boys and girls, and many traditional games.
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
II. Speaking
E4: Read some facts about the Bru- Van Kieu people and the Khmer people.
The Bru-Van Kieu people
Population: about 74,500
Regions: Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Thua Thien – Hue
Language: Mon-Khmer group
Production activities: growing rice, terraced fields, raising cattle and poultry
Festivals: ceremony held before sowing seeds
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
II. Speaking
E4: Read some facts about the Bru- Van Kieu people and the Khmer people.
The Khmer people
Population: about 1,260,600 
Regions: provinces of Mekong Delta
Language: Mon-Khmer group, writing system
Production activities: growing rice, raising cattle and poultry, making sugar
Festivals: two main holidays:
Chaul Chnam Thmey (New Year) and Greeting-the-Moon festival
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
II. Speaking
Work in groups. Choose one of the two ethnic groups and talk about it.

TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
II. Speaking
GROUP WORK
(5 minutes)
GROUP A
Talk about the Bru- Van Kieu people
GROUP B
Talk about the Khmer people


The Khmer people
Population: about 1,260,600 
Regions: provinces of Mekong Delta
Language: Mon-Khmer group, writing system
Production activities: growing rice, raising cattle and poultry, making sugar
Festivals: two main holidays: Chaul Chnam Thmey (New Year) and Greeting-the-Moon festival
The Bru-Van Kieu people
Population: about 74,500
Regions: Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Thua Thien – Hue
Language: Mon-Khmer group
Production activities: growing rice, terraced fields, raising cattle and poultry
Festivals: ceremony held before sowing seeds
Now I would like to talk about the Khmer people.Well, there are many interesting things about ethnic group that I want to share with you.
The Khmer people have a population of about 1,260,600 people. They mostly live in provinces of Mekong Delta. Their language is Mon- Khmer group and the writing system
They grow rice, raise cattle and poultry, make sugar for living
They have 2 main festivals : Chaul Chanam Thmey (New Year) and Greeting – the – Moon fesstival.
I’m sure if you visit the Khmer people, you will enjoy it.
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
TOPIC 1-UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM – LESSON 20: SKILLS 1
II. Speaking
E5. Talk about YOUR own ethnic group.
You can talk about:
- their clothing
- their food
- their customs & traditions
- their ways of living
- their festivals
UNIT 3: PEOPLES OF VIET NAM - LESSON 16: GETTING STARTED
Homework
-Read the passage (reading) again.
-Choose one ethnic group and
talk about it.
-Do exercise D1/ 2- P17/21
workbook.
- Prepare Unit 3 : Skills 2.
Thanks for your attention !
 
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