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Unit 2. Relationships. Lesson 3. Reading

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Unit 2:
Relationships
Lesson 3: Reading: Please help me!
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS
Teacher : Hoàng Huệ
From Thach Kiet high school
Unit 2:
Relationships
Lesson 3: Reading: Please help me!
Activity 1: Work with a partner
Discuss and answer questions
What is happening in the pictures?
What problems do you think these people have?
I. VOCABULARY

1. Lan was so poor that she had to drop out of school.

drop out of school = Quit school
2. Mai and Tuan have been loving each other for five years, but Tuan has got a date with Ngoc recently. Tuan betrays Mai

Betray /bɪˈtreɪ/ (v)= be unfaithful
3. Nam is very friendly and helpful, so he is always on good terms with his classmates

be on good terms with S.O = have good relationship with S.O

4. The pair were reconciled after Jackson made an apology.

Reconcile /ˈrekənsaɪl/ to make people become friends again after an argument or a disagreement
Thôi mà, đừng giận tớ nữa

5. Don`t be afraid to take the initiative and say what you think.

Take the initiative /ɪˈnɪʃətɪv/ to act and gain an advantage before other people do

6. Most students engage in after school activities .

Engage in /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ/  to take part in or do something
Drop out of school
Reconcile /`rekənsail/ (v)
Be on good terms with s.b
Take the initiative /ɪˈnɪʃətɪv/
Engage in sth /ɪnˈɡeɪdʒ/
=quit school
Bỏ học
Làm lành, giải hòa
Có quan hệ tốt với…
Chủ động
= take part in
Tham gia
Betray /bi`trei/ (v)
Phản bội
II. READING AN ADVICE COLUMN:
Question: Hoa is my only friend at school. She’s also the only person I completely trust. Two weeks ago, I told her I was very unhappy and lonely, and that I even wanted to drop out of school. She promised not to tell anyone … but then she told our teacher about it. We had an argument and I stopped talking to her. Was I right?
(Van Ha)
Counsellor: Dear Ha, I understand your feelings. But think of it this way: maybe Hoa was really afraid that you’d drop out of school. She didn’t know what to do to help you. I’m sure she just wanted to help you in her own way, even if it’s not the way that you wanted. Try to reconcile with Hoa, talk to her about it, and I hope you’ll be good friends again. Good luck!
Question: In my class, the girls are on good terms with all the boys, except me. The girls just don’t even notice me, and the boys make jokes about it. I think that’s because I’m short and fat, and girls don’t find me attractive. I feel very lonely. Please help me.
(Quang Nam)
Counsellor: Well, don’t worry too much. Everyone has qualities that make them attractive to other people. A person’s true value does not lie in his appearance, but in his achievements and contributions to the community. I don’t think it’s your physical appearance that makes the girls stay away from you. If you study hard and become an excellent student, girls may notice you and ask you for help. Meanwhile, you should try building up friendships. Take the initiative and engage your classmates in friendly conversations. Ask them questions to find out what they like to talk about – a song, a film or something else – and then discuss that topic. I hope that will help.
Activity 2. (In pairs) Read the column and match the readers’ names with their problems.
1. Van Ha
2. Quang Nam
a. My friend wants to quit school
b. My friend betrayed my trust
c. I don’t have friends
Question: Hoa is my only friend at school. She’s also the only person I completely trust. Two weeks ago, I told her I was very unhappy and lonely, and that I even wanted to drop out of school. She promised not to tell anyone … but then she told our teacher about it. We had an argument and I stopped talking to her. Was I right?
(Van Ha)
1. Van Ha
2. Quang Nam
a. My friend wants to quit school
b. My friend betrayed my trust
c. I don’t have friends
Question: In my class, the girls are on good terms with all the boys, except me. The girls just don’t even notice me, and the boys make jokes about it. I think that’s because I’m short and fat, and girls don’t find me attractive. I feel very lonely. Please help me.
(Quang Nam)
1. Van Ha
2. Quang Nam
a. My friend wants to quit school
b. My friend betrayed my trust
c. I don’t have friends
Activity 3. (at home)
Find the words/ expressions in the text that have following meaning and write them in the space below
Activity 4. Read the newspaper column again and answer the questions individually.
1. What is the relationship between Ha and Hoa?
2. What did Ha tell Hoa two weeks ago?
3. Why did they have an argument?
4. Does the counsellor agree with Ha`s reactions?
5. What does Quang Nam think about his our appearance?
6. Why do his male friends make jokes about him?
7. What does the counsellor advise Nam to do?
1. What is the relationship between Ha and Hoa?
Question: Hoa is my only friend at school. She’s also the only person I completely trust. Two weeks ago, I told her I was very unhappy and lonely, and that I even wanted to drop out of school. She promised not to tell anyone … but then she told our teacher about it. We had an argument and I stopped talking to her. Was I right?
(Van Ha)
Counsellor: Dear Ha, I understand your feelings. But think of it this way: maybe Hoa was really afraid that you’d drop out of school. She didn’t know what to do to help you. I’m sure she just wanted to help you in her own way, even if it’s not the way that you wanted. Try to reconcile with Hoa, talk to her about it, and I hope you’ll be good friends again. Good luck!
They are close friends.
2. What did Ha tell Hoa two weeks ago?
Ha told Hoa about her depression and her intention to drop out of school.
Question: Hoa is my only friend at school. She’s also the only person I completely trust. Two weeks ago, I told her I was very unhappy and lonely, and that I even wanted to drop out of school. She promised not to tell anyone … but then she told our teacher about it. We had an argument and I stopped talking to her. Was I right?
(Van Ha)
Counsellor: Dear Ha, I understand your feelings. But think of it this way: maybe Hoa was really afraid that you’d drop out of school. She didn’t know what to do to help you. I’m sure she just wanted to help you in her own way, even if it’s not the way that you wanted. Try to reconcile with Hoa, talk to her about it, and I hope you’ll be good friends again. Good luck!
3. Why did they have an argument?
Because Hoa promised to keep Ha`s story secret, but then she told the teacher about it
Question: Hoa is my only friend at school. She’s also the only person I completely trust. Two weeks ago, I told her I was very unhappy and lonely, and that I even wanted to drop out of school. She promised not to tell anyone … but then she told our teacher about it. We had an argument and I stopped talking to her. Was I right?
(Van Ha)
Counsellor: Dear Ha, I understand your feelings. But think of it this way: maybe Hoa was really afraid that you’d drop out of school. She didn’t know what to do to help you. I’m sure she just wanted to help you in her own way, even if it’s not the way that you wanted. Try to reconcile with Hoa, talk to her about it, and I hope you’ll be good friends again. Good luck!
4. Does the counsellor agree with Ha`s reactions?
No. She tries to explain why Hoa told the teacher about Hoa`s problem, and advises Ha to talk to Hoa again.
Question: Hoa is my only friend at school. She’s also the only person I completely trust. Two weeks ago, I told her I was very unhappy and lonely, and that I even wanted to drop out of school. She promised not to tell anyone … but then she told our teacher about it. We had an argument and I stopped talking to her. Was I right?
(Van Ha)
Counsellor: Dear Ha, I understand your feelings. But think of it this way: maybe Hoa was really afraid that you’d drop out of school. She didn’t know what to do to help you. I’m sure she just wanted to help you in her own way, even if it’s not the way that you wanted. Try to reconcile with Hoa, talk to her about it, and I hope you’ll be good friends again. Good luck!
Activity 5: Discussion in groups
- What problems do you high school students often face?
- Imagine that your friend has a problem, give him/ her advices to solve it.
Learn by heart vocabulary
Complete Activity 3 and 4
Thanks for listening
5. What does Quang Nam think about his our appearance?
He thinks he is short and fat, and girls don`t find him attractive
6. Why do his male friends make jokes about him?
Because Nam does not have a good relationship with the girls in his class
7. What does the counsellor advise Nam to do?
The counsellor advises Nam to focus on his studies, become an excellent student and learn how to start a friendly conversation with his classmates
Question: Hoa is my only friend at school. She’s also the only person I completely trust. Two weeks ago, I told her I was very unhappy and lonely, and that I even wanted to drop out of school. She promised not to tell anyone … but then she told our teacher about it. We had an argument and I stopped talking to her. Was I right?
(Van Ha)
Counsellor: Dear Ha, I understand your feelings. But think of it this way: maybe Hoa was really afraid that you’d drop out of school. She didn’t know what to do to help you. I’m sure she just wanted to help you in her own way, even if it’s not the way that you wanted. Try to reconcile with Hoa, talk to her about it, and I hope you’ll be good friends again. Good luck!
Question: In my class, the girls are on good terms with all the boys, except me. The girls just don’t even notice me, and the boys make jokes about it. I think that’s because I’m short and fat, and girls don’t find me attractive. I feel very lonely. Please help me.
(Quang Nam)
Counsellor: Well, don’t worry too much. Everyone has qualities that make them attractive to other people. A person’s true value does not lie in his appearance, but in his achievements and contributions to the community. I don’t think it’s your physical appearance that makes the girls stay away from you. If you study hard and become an excellent student, girls may notice you and ask you for help. Meanwhile, you should try building up friendships. Take the initiative and engage your classmates in friendly conversations. Ask them questions to find out what they like to talk about – a song, a film or something else – and then discuss that topic. I hope that will help.
be on good terms with someone
take the initiative
trust 
engage in (a conversation) 
drop out (of school)
 
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