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Unit 03. Peoples of Viet Nam. Lesson 1. Getting started

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Do the crossword puzzle
ETHNIC
1. I like to _______ buffaloes in the pastures.
Complete the sentences
herd
2. The farmers are very busy during harvest _______.
Complete the sentences
time
3. Have you ever ridden a ______? You have to be brave to do it.
Complete the sentences
horse
4. People in the countryside are often open and _______.
Complete the sentences
friendly
Complete the sentences
5. _____ was loaded onto a cart and transported home.
Rice
Complete the sentences
6. I think ________ life is more interesting than city life.
country
GETTING STARTED
AT THE MUSEUM OF ETHNOLOGY
Guide
Nick
Duong
ETHENIC GROUPS
Vocabulary:
- ethnic group /ˈeθnɪk ɡruːp/(v)
curious / ˈkjʊəriəs / (a)
account for /əˈkaʊnt fɔː(r)/(v)
population /ˌpɒpjuˈleɪʃn / (n)
ethnic minority /maɪˈnɒrəti/(n)
region /ˈriːdʒən / (n)
- the Central Highlands (n)
awesome /ˈɔːsəm / (a)
: nhóm dân tộc
: tò mò
: chiếm đến
: dân số
: dân tộc thiểu số
: vùng, khu vực
: Tây nguyên
= very good/wonderful
Checking vocabulary:
- ethnic group /ˈeθnɪk ɡruːp/(v)
curious / ˈkjʊəriəs / (a)
account for /əˈkaʊnt fɔː(r)/(v)
population /ˌpɒpjuˈleɪʃn / (n)
ethnic minority /maɪˈnɒrəti/(n)
region /ˈriːdʒən / (n)
- the Central Highlands (n)
awesome /ˈɔːsəm / (a)
: nhóm dân tộc
: tò mò
: chiếm đến
: dân số
: dân tộc thiểu số
: vùng, khu vực
: Tây nguyên
= very good/wonderful
D&N: Good morning.
G: Good morning. Can I help you?
N: Yes, we’d like to know something about the cultural groups of Viet Nam.
D: Right. Is it true that there are 54 ethnic groups in our country?
G: Exactly.
N: How interesting! I’m curious about them now. Which group is the largest?
G: Well, the Viet (or Kinh) have the largest number of people, accounting for about 86% of the population. 53 others are called ‘ethnic minority peoples’.
N: And where do they live?
G: All over the country. Some groups like the Tay, Hmong, Yao… live mostly in the mountainous regions in the north, and the Cham, Khmer, Ede… live in the Central Highlands and some southern provinces.
N: I see. And do they speak their own languages?
G: Yes, and they have their own ways of life, and customs and traditions.
N: That’s awesome! I’d like to fnd out more about them.
G: OK. I’ll show you round and tell you some interesting…
a. Find the opposite of these words in the conversation.
1. boring
2. smallest
3. majority
4. northern
interesting
largest
minority
southern


b. Read the conversation again and answer the questions.
1. Where are Duong and Nick?
They are in the Museum of Ethnology.
2. What do they want to know?
They want to know about the ethnic groups of VN.
3. How many ethnic groups are there in Viet Nam?
There are 54 ethnic groups.
4. Which ethnic group has the largest population?
The Viet (or Kinh) have the largest population.
5. Do the ethnic minority peoples have their own customs and traditions?
Yes, they do.
c. Can you find the following expressions in the conversation? Try to explain what they mean. 
used as a reply, agreeing with what sb has just said, or emphasising that it is correct.
How + adj/adv: used to show a strong reaction to something.
used to show you understand what someone said.
used to show that you think something is great.
d. Work in pairs. Use facts from the conversation to make short role-plays using the expressions in C.
Some groups live in mountainous regions.
How interesting!
Can you use How + other adjectives in your conversation?
There are 54 ethnic groups in Viet Nam.
That`s awesome!
Each ethnic group has their own customs and traditions.
Exactly!
The Kinh have the largest population which accounts for 86% of the population.
I see!
Examples:
How strong he is!
That’s right!
How intelligent she is!
Yes, she is!
- ‘people’ is used as the plural of ‘person’ to refer to men, women, and children
- ‘peoples’: ethnic groups of people who belong to a particular country, race, or area.
2. Use the words and phrases in the box to label each picture.
1. ……………………………….. 2. ………………………………
3. …….………………………….. 4. ………………………………


terraced fields
festival
musical instrument
folk dance
stilt house
open-air market
five-coloured sticky rice
costume
2. Use the words and phrases in the box to label each picture.


terraced fields
festival
musical instrument
folk dance
stilt house
open-air market
five-coloured sticky rice
costume
5. …….………………. 6. ……………….. 7. ………..….….….……
8. …….…………………..
3. Complete the following sentences with the
words and phrases in the box.
1. In our country, it is against the law to discriminate
against any _________ or religious group.
2. My Son in Quang Nam Province has been recognised by UNESCO as a world ______________.
3. _____________ have been popular among many of Viet Nam’s ethnic groups for a long time.
4. Lunar January is the time for important _________
in the whole country, especially in the north.
5. The exhibition building of the Museum of Ethnology was designed by the architect Ha Duc Linh, a __________ of the Tay ethnic group.
6. The ____________ of Sa Pa have entered in the Top 11 most beautiful terraces in the world, according to Touropia.


festivals
terraced fields
ethnic
Stilt houses
member
heritage site
4. GAME: QUICK QUIZ
Work in pairs. Ask and answer, using these cues.
- Which/ smallest population?
The Odu group
2. - The Hmong/ own language?
Yes
3. - Where/ the Coho/ live?
Lam Dong Province
4. - What colour/ the Nung’s clothing?
Dark indigo (màu chàm đậm)
5. - Which/ larger population/ the Tay or the Thai?
The Tay
6. - Whose arts/ displayed/ a museum/ Da Nang?
- The Cham’s
Which/ smallest population?
The Odu group
2. - The Hmong/ own language?
Yes
3. - Where/ the Coho/ live?
Lam Dong Province
4. - What colour/ the Nung’s clothing?
Dark indigo (màu chàm đậm)
5. - Which/ larger population/ the Tay or the Thai?

The Tay
6. - Whose arts/ displayed/ a museum/ Da Nang?
- The Cham’s
Suggested questions:
Which ethnic group has the smallest population?
Do the Hmong have their own language?
Where do the Coho live?
What colour is the Nung’s clothing?
Which group has a larger population, the Tay or the Thai?
Whose arts are displayed at a museum in Da Nang?
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HOMEWORK
- Learn the new words by heart.
- Practice the dialogue again.
- Do exercises B1,2 in workbook (page 17).
- Prepare for Unit 3: A closer look 1.
Goodbye!
See you again!
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
 
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