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Unit 8. The story of my village

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Warm-up: Watch the video clip and answer the questions
1. What are people in the video clip doing?
2. How are they working?
3. What do you think of the crop?
4. What helps produce good crops?
=> They are collecting rice from the field. /They are harvesting their crop.
=> They are working hard.
=> It is a good crop.
=> They are farmers’ efforts, new farming methods…
What is the name of this animal?
buffalo
Where is this?
In a field
What are they doing?
They are transplanting
Who are they?
They are farmers
Tuesday, December 6th, 2011
Period 45:
Unit 7: THE STORY OF MY VILLAGE
Lesson 1: Reading
Many years ago, my village was very poor. The villager had to work hard in the field all day and could hardly make ends meet. Their lives were simple and they were in need of many things. Many people had to live in houses made of straw and mud, and a few families had a radio or a TV set. However, in spite of the shortages, the villagers managed to send their children to school and college. They hoped that with an education of science and technology, their children could find a way of bettering their lives.
The children have met their parents’ wishes. When they came back from college or technical high school, they introduced new farming methods, which resulted in bumper crops. They also helped the villagers grow cash crop for export. Soon, the lifestyle of my village changed. Today, people live in brick houses. In the evening, they can listen to the news on the radio or watch TV for entertainment.. Sometimes they go to town on their motorbikes to do some shopping or to visit their friends.
“ Our lives have changed a lot thanks to the knowledge our children brought home” said an old farmer, “and I always tell my grandchildren to study harder so that they can do even more for the village than their parents did.


I- Pre-reading
- make ands meet (vp):
- in need of many things:
- straw / strɔ: / (n):
- mud / mʌd / (n):
- better one’s life (vp):
- bumper crop /’bʌmpər krɔp/ (np):
- cash crop (np):
- brick / brik /(n):
- brick house /brik haus/ (np):
VOCABULARY:
= have just enough money to pay for the things that you need
= having to have many things that you do not have
make one’s life better
= good crops
= crops to be sold, not for use by the people who grow it
bùn
rơm
gạch
- export [`ekspɔ:t] (n):
- mud [mʌd] (n):
- straw [strɔ:] (n):
- brick [brik] (n):
dẫn đến
- farming methods [`fɑ:miη] [`meθədz](n):
1. Vocabulary
bùn
gạch
rơm
- introduce [,intrə`dju:s] (v):
giới thiệu.
sự xuất khẩu, hàng xuất khẩu.
các phương pháp canh tác
- result (in) [ri`zʌlt] (v):
cash crop
Unit 8: The story of my village
► brick house:
brick (n) /brik/ :
gạch
Nhaf gạch
Unit 8: The story of my village
mud (n) [mʌd] :bùn
Unit 8: The story of my village
straw (n) [strɔ:]: rơm
Unit 8: The story of my village
shortage(n) [`∫ɔ:tidʒ} of :
Sự thiếu thốn
Unit 8: The story of my village
bumper crop(n):
vụ mùa bội thu
Many years ago, my village was very poor. The villager had to work hard in the field all day and could hardly make ends meet. Their lives were simple and they were in need of many things. Many people had to live in houses made of straw and mud, and a few families had a radio or a TV set. However, in spite of the shortages, the villagers managed to send their children to school and college. They hoped that with an education of science and technology, their children could find a way of bettering their lives.
The children have met their parents’ wishes. When they came back from college or technical high school, they introduced new farming methods, which resulted in bumper crops. They also helped the villagers grow cash crop for export. Soon, the lifestyle of my village changed. Today, people live in brick houses. In the evening, they can listen to the news on the radio or watch TV for entertainment.. Sometimes they go to town on their motorbikes to do some shopping or to visit their friends.
“ Our lives have changed a lot thanks to the knowledge our children brought home” said an old farmer, “and I always tell my grandchildren to study harder so that they can do even more for the village than their parents did.


Task 1: The words in A appear in the reading passage.
Match them with their definitions in B.
UNIT 8: THE STORY OF MY VILLAGE - LESSON 1: READING
2.TASK 2: The reading passage tells us about many changes in the village. Complete the following table:
old
made of bricks
many families had
a radio or a TV set
new
good/bumper
made of straw
and mud
few families had a
radio or a TV set
2
3
5
4
6
8
1
10
9
poor
7
1. What was 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 to 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 people brought home?
5. What exactly did he tell his grandchildren?
TASK 3: ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS:
Unit 8: The story of my village
LUCKY FRUIT
1- What was life like in the author`s village many years ago?
It was poor and simple.
Answer
Key
Unit 8: The story of my village
2.Why did the villagers want to send their children to school and college in spite of their shortage?



Answer: Because they hoped that with an education of science and technology, their children could find a way of bettering their lives.
Unit 8: The story of my village
3- How did the children help to 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 the villagers grow cash crops for export.
Answer
Unit 8: The story of my village
4- What did an
old farmer say
about the effect
of the knowledge
the young people
brought home?
Answer
Key
He said :”Our lives have changed a lot thanks to the knowledge our children brought home”.
Unit 8: The story of my village
5- What exactly did the old farmer tell his grandchildren?
Answer
Key
 He told his grandchildren: “Study harder so that you can do even more for the village than your parents did.”
Unit 8: The story of my village
How can people with an education help to make the life of their community better?
Build more big and convenient houses
Build a new stadium for children
Take care of people’s health
Widen the roads
HOMEWORK
Learn by heart new word
Do the tasks again in the notebook
Prepare for the next lesson: Unit 8 - Speaking
Goodbye! Have a nice day
 
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