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Unit 11. Books

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Welcome to our class!
craft book
What kind of are these books?
Comic book
Science book
Unit 11: BOOKS
Lesson 1: Reading
Taste (v)
2. Chew (v)
3. Swallow (v)
4. dip into (v)
5. Digest (v)
6. In a word
7. Reviewer (n)
8.Hard to put down
9. Hard to pick up again
- Nếm, thử, d?c lu?t
Nhai, nghi?n ng?m
- Nuốt
Xem lu?t qua
Tiêu hoá, d?c v suy ng?m
- Túm l?i
Nhà phê bình
khụng th? b? xu?ng
khụng th? d?c l?n n?a
Unit 11: Books – Reading
1. Taste
2. Chew
3. Swallow
4. dip into
5. Digest
6. “Hard - to - pick - up again”
7. “Hard - to - put - down”
a. Đọc thử, đọc lướt qua
b. Không thể đọc lại lần nữa
c. Đọc và suy ngẫm
d. Nghiền ngẫm
e. Đọc ngấu nghi?n
f. Đọc qua loa
g. Không thể đặt xuống

Unit 11: Books – Reading

Task 1: Match the words/phrases in A with the Vietnamese equivalent in B
1. You can’t read different types of books in the same way
2. When you “taste” a book you read it carefully from the beginning to the end
3. Many people only have time to read when they are traveling
4. Books with good stories are often described as “ hard-to-put-down”.
5. Television has replaced books altogether.
Task 2: Decide whether the following statements are true (T), false (F) or not mentioned (NM) in the reading passage
Task 3: Answer these questions according to the
information in the passage.
How many ways of reading are there?
When do you “swallow” a book?
What should you do before starting to read a book carefully and slowly?
What are the advantages of television over books?
What are the advantages of books over television?

Paragraph 1
 There are three.
Paragraph 2
 When you find a good story and have time to enjoy it.
Paragraph 3
 Read a few pages to see if it’s the one you can read and understand it easily.
Paragraph 4
Television can bring you
all the information and
stories with colour,
Pictures and action.
Books are still a cheap
way to get information
and entertainment.
(And you can keep a
book forever and read
it at many times).
Work in pairs or groups. Find the names of types of books in the square. The words may go across, down, up, backwards, or an angle. Here are some cues.
a. If you like books with an exciting story especially one about crime or spy, read a t..........
b. If you enjoy reading stories about love affairs, a r....... is the right book for you.
c. A n...... is a story long enough to fill a complete book, in which the characters and events are usually imaginary.
d. A s..............fiction is a type of book that is based on imagined scientific discoveries of the future.
e. If you want to learn how to knit or work with wood, you should buy a c....... book.
f. F...............books tell stories from the author’s imagination.
g. A c........... books tell stories through pictures.
h. A b........... is about a person’s life written by somebody else.
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Unit 11: Books - Reading
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