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Unit 3. Community Service. Lesson 1. Getting started

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Người gửi: Nguyễn Quang Quý (trang riêng)
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WELCOME  TO  OUR  CLASS
ENGLISH 7a
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Unit 3:
Clean beaches
Help old/elderly people
Clean parks
Donate blood
Plant trees
Clean schools
Help disabled people
Help street people
Donate/collect books
Clean streets

Unit 3:
COMMUNITY SERVICE

Lesson 1/16: Getting started
I. vocabulary
* introduction
1. Who do you think they are ?
reporter
mai
phuc
2. What are they talking about?
* Match the phrase with its definition
1. Global citizen
c.The name of the radio program
2. Be a Buddy
d.The organization that Mai is from
3. Go Green
b.The organization that Phuc is from
4. Hai Ba Trung school
a. The school where Mai and Phuc go to
R: Today on Global Citizen we interview Mai and Phuc from Hai Ba Trung School. Hi Mai, Could you tell us about community service?
M: It’s the work you do for the benefits of the community.
R: Have you ever done volunteer work?
M: Yes. I’m a member of Be a Buddy - a programme that helps street children. Last year we provided evening classes for fifty children.
R: Wonderful! What else have you done?
M: We’ve asked people to donate books and clothes to the children.
R: Wow, that certainly makes a difference. And you Phuc, you’re from Go Green?
P: Yes it’s a non-profit organisation that protects the environment. We’ve encouraged people to recycle glass, cans, and paper. We’ve cleaned streets and lakes.
R: Did you start a community garden project last month?
P: Oh, yes, so far we’ve planted…
II Listen and read
* Match the phrase with its definition
1. Global citizen
c.The name of the radio program
2. Be a Buddy
d.The organization that Mai is from
3. Go Green
b.The organization that Phuc is from
4. Hai Ba Trung school
a. The school where Mai and Phuc go to
a. Read the conversation again and tick () true (T) or false (F).








2. Look at the words in the box. Can you put them in the right groups?
(Hint: some words may belong in more than one column)



donate
help
benefit
volunteer
recycle
plant
provide
clean
encourage
environmental
help
benefit
volunteer
plant
clean
Noun Verb
Present Present
Permit Permit
Object Object
Desert Desert
... ...
4. Describe the pictures with the verbs in 2.
1. …………books 2. …………trees
4. ……………streets 5. …………..rubbish
3. …..…… children do homework
donate
plant
help
clean
recycle
5. Create word webs.
books
blood
money
clothes
toys
food
gifts

street children
orphan
homeless people
elderly people
the poor
the blind
the handicapped

streets
walls
lakes
rivers
beaches
school yards
ponds

food
clothes
attention
life skills
education
houses
help

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3. People who live on street are called _____ people.
5. People who do not have home are called _____ people.
Down
1. People who are not rich are called _____ people.
2. People who do not have the physical or mental abilities that most people have are called _____ people.
4. Old people can also be called _____ people.
6. People who are not in good health are _____ people.
Across
3. People who live on street are called _____ people.
5. People who do not have home are called _____ people.
Down
1. People who are not rich are called _____ people.
2. People who do not have the physical or mental abilities that most people have are called _____ people.
4. Old people can also be called _____ people.
6. People who are not in good health are _____ people.


Across
3. People who live on street are called _____ people.
5. People who do not have home are called _____ people.
Down
1. People who are not rich are called _____ people.
2. People who do not have the physical or mental abilities that most people have are called _____ people.
4. Old people can also be called _____ people.
6. People who are not in good health are _____ people.


Across
3. People who live on street are called _____ people.
5. People who do not have home are called _____ people.
Down
1. People who are not rich are called _____ people.
2. People who do not have the physical or mental abilities that most people have are called _____ people.
4. Old people can also be called _____ people.
6. People who are not in good health are _____ people.


Across
3. People who live on street are called _____ people.
5. People who do not have home are called _____ people.
Down
1. People who are not rich are called _____ people.
2. People who do not have the physical or mental abilities that most people have are called _____ people.
4. Old people can also be called _____ people.
6. People who are not in good health are _____ people.


Across
3. People who live on street are called _____ people.
5. People who do not have home are called _____ people.
Down
1. People who are not rich are called _____ people.
2. People who do not have the physical or mental abilities that most people have are called _____ people.
4. Old people can also be called _____ people.
6. People who are not in good health are _____ people.


Across
3. People who live on street are called _____ people.
5. People who do not have home are called _____ people.
Down
1. People who are not rich are called _____ people.
2. People who do not have the physical or mental abilities that most people have are called _____ people.
4. Old people can also be called _____ people.
6. People who are not in good health are _____ people.


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Homework
- Learn new words by heart.
- Practice the dialogue again.
- Do exercises B1, B2 (page 18/ workbook).
- Prepare for Unit 3: Closer look 1.
Goodbye!
See you again!
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
You are a _______________ if you help other people willingly and without payment.
_______________ are those who do not have a home and really need help.
She often _________ money to charitable organisations.
The activities that individuals or organisations do to benefit a community are called _________________.
If you are trying to ________________, you are trying to have a good effect on a person or situation. 
3. Fill the gaps with the words in the box.
donates
make a difference
homeless people
community service
volunteer
 
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