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Unit 8. The story of my village

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Người gửi: Phạm Tuyết Minh
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Unit 8:


I.
Before you read
The story of My Village
- Reading-
Look at these pictures and
answer the following questions.
1 . What are the people in the picture doing?
2. How are they working?
3. How is the crop?
4. What makes a good crop?

1. What are the people in the picture doing?
They are collecting rice from the field.
2. How are they working?
They are working very hard.
3. How is the crop?
It’s a good crop/ bumper crop
4. What makes a good crop?
Good weather
Good farming methods
Farmers’ efforts
- ……………….
Unit 8:


I.
Before you read
The story of my village
- Reading-
New words before reading:
Eg: This is a muddy road

Mud (n) -> Muddy (a)
Eg: This cottage is made of mud and straw
(n)
Eg: This house is made of brick.
(n)

Eg: This man has to live in poverty and shortage.
(n)
Technical high school (n)

- Straw (n)
- Mud (n) -> Muddy (a)
- Shortage (n)
- Technical high school (n)


of + N (materials)
from + N (mixture)
- Be made in + N (places)
by + N (people)
Unit 8:


II.
While you read
My Village - Reading
Task 1: Pair work
The words in A appear the reading passage. Match them with their definitions in B
Unit 8:


II.
While you read
The story of my village
- Reading-
Task 1: Pair work (p.83)
The words in A appear the reading passage. Match them with their definitions in B


A
Make ends meet
2. In need of many things
3. Bettering one’s life
4. Bumper crops
5. Cash crops
B
a. Making one’s life better.
b. Have just enough money to pay for the things that you need.
c. Crops to be sold, not for use by the people who grow it.
d. Having to have many things that you do not have.
e. Good crops
Task 1: Pair work
Unit 8:


II.
While you read
The story of my village
- Reading-
Task 2 (p.84)
The reading passage tells us about many changes in the village. Work in group and complete the following table.
Areas of change
Before
Now
Houses
Made of straw
and mud
Made of brick
Radio and TV

Few families had
a radio or a TV set
Many families have
a radio or a TV set
Farming methods
Old
New
Crops

Poor
Good/ bumper
Travel
On foot/ by bike
By Motorbike
Areas of change
Before
Now
Areas of change
Before
Unit 8:


II.
While you read
The story of my village
- Reading-
Task 3: Pair work (p.84)
Ask and answer the following questions
Ask and answer the questions
1. What was the life like in the author’s village many years ago?
2. Why did the villagers want to send their children to school and college in spite of their shortage?
3. How did the children help improve the lifestyle in the village when they finished college or technical high school?
4. What did an old farmer say about the effect of the knowledge the young brought home?
5. What exactly did he tell his grandchildren?
1. What was life like in the author’s village many years ago?
-> It was poor and simple
2. Why did the villagers want to send their children to school and college in spite of their shortage?
-> Because they hoped that with an education of science
and technology, their children could find
a better way of bettering their lives.
3. How did the children help improve the lifestyle in the village when they finished college or technical high school?
-> They introduced new farming methods which resulted
in bumper crops. They also helped grow cash crop.
4. What did an old farmer say about the effect of the knowledge the young brought home?

-> He said their lives had changed a lot thanks to
the knowledge their children had brought home
5. What exactly did he tell his grandchildren?
He told to his grandchildren: “Study harder so that you can do even more for the village than your parents!”
He told his grandchildren to study harder so that they could do even more for the village than their parents.
Unit 8:


III.
After you read
The story of my village
- Reading-
Work in pair : Discuss the following questions:
“What will you do in the future to help people in your home town?”

Use the dialogue as example:
A : Lam, what do you want to do in the future?
B: I want to become a doctor.
A: If you are a doctor, what can you do to help people in your home town?
B: I will cure their diseases and keep them healthy. What about you, Huong?
A: I want to be an architect. I will build a lot of flats for local people to live in.
and the cues below:
- Architect/ Build medical centre, school, new flats for local people
- Doctor/ Cure people’s health
- Teacher/ Teach the children
- Scientist/ Invent new modern technologies.
- ……

Unit 8:


III.
After you read
The story of my village
- Reading-
Work in pair : Discuss the following questions.
What will you do in the future to help people in your home town?

- Learn by heart the new words.
- Rewrite the changes of life in the author’s village.
Homework
Thanks for your attention !
 
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