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Unit 3. Teen stress and pressure. Lesson 6. Skills 2

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Người gửi: Huỳnh Phong Dinh
Ngày gửi: 13h:06' 27-09-2016
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Số lượt thích: 3 người (bùi thu mai, Lê Thi Tình, Nguyễn Thị Thuý)
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 3: Teen stress and pressure
Lesson 6: SKILLS 2
1. Listen to an interview with Miss Sweetie, the advice columnist of 4Teen magazine.
2. Answer the questions.
1. What are the two things that Miss Blue Hair likes about her work?


2. What did she say was most important when giving others advice?


3. Why does she think the language used for giving
advice is also important?


- She feels like she is living her adolescence again, and she loves helping readers by giving them advice.
- She said it`s most important that we put ourselves
in other people`s shoes.
- Because language should be used sensitively so
that the person can get over the negative feelings.
3. Which of the following expressions are more likely to be used by Miss Blue Hair when she gives advice?
1. `You ought to talk to her. `
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2. `I think you should talk to her.`
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3. `You must talk to her.`
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4. `You have to talk to her.`
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5. `It might be a good idea to talk to her.`
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No
Yes
WRITING
Study skill: Giving advice
If I were you, I would/wouldn`t...
I (don`t) think you should...
Have you thought about (verb-ing)...?
It might help to consider. ..
It might be a good idea to...
4.Look at 2, A CLOSER LOOK 1 and give one piece of advice to each student.
Example:


A: Have you thought about asking a friend who is confident about maths to help you? Perhaps you just need a little more practice.

5a. Write a short note to Miss Blue Hair to ask her for advice about a problem at school or with your friends. Use the `Asking for advice` box on SKILLS 1, page 32 to help you. Sign the letter with a made-up name, not your real name.


5a. As a whole class, put the notes in a pile and
take a different note. Write a short answer
(2-3 sentences) to give advice about the
problem. Use the `Giving advice` box above
for help.
Teacher: Huynh Phong Dinh
WELCOME TO OUR CLASS 9/1
Unit 3: Teen stress and pressure
Lesson 7: Looking back
Prepare “A closer look 1"
Practise the dialogue with your friends
Learn vocabulary and expressions by heart
Thank you for your attention!
Good bye
 
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