Unit 1 Generation gap

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Unit 1: THE GENERATION GAP GETTING STARTED OUR FAMILY - extended family (n) VOCABULARY: - nuclear family (n) - hairstyle (n) - childcare (n) - generation gap (n) - appearance (n) - belief (n) - table ,xem chi tiết và tải về Bài giảng điện tử Unit 1 Generation gap, Bài Giảng Tiếng Anh 11 , Bài giảng điện tử Unit 1 Generation gap, pptx, 17 trang, 0.00 M, Tiếng Anh 11 chia sẽ bởi Phú Lê Viết đã có 1 download

 
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Unit 1:
THE GENERATION GAP
GETTING STARTED
OUR FAMILY
- extended family (n)
VOCABULARY:
- nuclear family (n)
- hairstyle (n)
- childcare (n)
- generation gap (n)
- appearance (n)
- belief (n)
- table manner (n)
- chores (n)
= housework
VOCABULARY:
conservative (a)
state-owned (n)
footsteps (n)
: bảo thủ
: thuộc sở hữu nhà nước
viewpoint (n)
open-minded (a)
to impose (+on) (n)
conflict (n)
elationship (n)
: quan điểm = point of view
: thoáng, cởi mở
: áp đặt (lên)
: xung đột
: mối quan hệ = bond
: bước chân
CHECKING VOCABULARY:
extended family (n)
: gia đình đa thế hệ
: gia đình hạt nhân
: chăm sóc con cái
: khoảng cách giữa các thế hệ
: đức tin, niềm tin
: kiểu tóc
: vẻ bề ngoài
: cung cách
table manner (n)
appearance (n)
Hairstyle (n)
elief (n)
generation gap (n)
childcare (n)
Nuclear family (n)
CHECKING VOCABULARY:
: quan điểm = point of view
: thoáng, cởi mở
: áp đặt (lên)
: xung đột
: mối quan hệ = bond
chores (n)
: công việc nhà
: bảo thủ
: thuộc sở hữu nhà nước
: bước chân
elationship (n)
conflict (n)
to impose (+on) (n)
open-minded (a)
viewpoint (n)
footsteps (n)
state-owned (n)
conservative (a)
1. LISTEN AND READ
Sam: Do you visit your grandparents every weekend?
Ann: Well, just my mom`s parents, but I don`t need to visit my other grandparents. You see, I live in a big house with my dad`s parents and my uncle`s family.
Sam: I see. You`re part of an extended family then. You certainly have more fun than me. I live in a nuclear family with just my parents and my younger
other.
Ann: That`s right. I think my parents are luckier than others because they don`t have to wo
y about childcare. My sister and I also learn a lot of skills from my grandmother.
Sam: So, are there any problems between the generations in your family?
Ann: You mean a generation gap? Well, there are. My grandma has her own beliefs about things like hairstyles, appearance and table manners. She thinks women must do all the housework while my parents believe family members should share the chores.
Sam: What about your grandpa?
Ann: He`s the most conservative person in my family. He thinks that I ought to get a job in a state-owned organization after university. He says I should follow in his footsteps.
Sam: Oh, really? Do your parents share his viewpoints?
Ann: No, they don`t. My parents are more open-minded. They just give us advice, but they never try to impose their decisions on us.
Sam. You mean there`s no generation gap between you and your parents?
Ann: Well, sometimes conflicts do happen, but we sit together and discuss. We all think we need to understand each other better.
Sam: Lucky you! You must be so happy to have such a great relationship with your parents!
Ann: Thank you!
1. Sam is part of an extended family.
2. Ann is part of a nuclear family.
3. Ann`s grandparents look after their grandchildren.
4. Ann`s grandma thinks that all family members should share housework.
5. Ann`s grandpa wants her to do the same job and things in life as he did.
2. Read the conversation again. Are the following sentences true (T) or false (F)
F
extended
nuclea
nuclea
extended
F
T
F
grandma thinks
parents think
T
3. Complete the following definitions, using the highlighted compound nouns in the conversation.
1. A(n)_______________ is a family that consists of parents and children.
2. __________ is the care of children, especially while parents are at work.
3. A(n)______________ is the difference in attitudes or behaviour between younger and older age groups, which can cause a lack of understanding.
4. _____________ are the rules of behaviour that are typically accepted while people are eating at a table.
5. A(n)_________ is a person`s opinion about a subject.
6. A(n)_______________ is a big family that includes not only the parents and children, but also grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins, all living under the same roof.
nuclear family
Childcare
generation gap
Table manners
viewpoint
extended family
4. Find other compound nouns in the conversation. Use a dictionary to look up their meanings, if necessary.
grandparents, grandma, grandpa, grandmother, hairstyles, housework, footsteps
Opinion & advice: should and ought to in positive and negative forms.
Duty & obligation: must and have to.
Lack of obligation: (not)have to,(not) need to
5. Read the conversation again and find ve
s used to express duty, obligation, advice, or lack of obligation.
6. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the following questions.
1. Are you part of a nuclear or an extended family?
I am part of a nuclear / an extended family.
2. What do you like and dislike about your type of family?
Extended family
- Pros:
* During childhood: get chance to hear a good night stories from your grandparents; have your cousins to play with; have your uncles/aunts to ask for money whenever your parents refuse or to have an eye on you when parents are at work.
* Becoming teenage and mature: learn moral values from elders, receive help, given useful advice, taken care of and supported whenever you are in need.
- Cons: need to follow family norms; might have less privacy; can`t make your own decisions because you have to ask everyone before taking big step; get in conflicts because of differences and disagreements in lifestyles and perception.
Nuclear family
- Pros: have more privacy; make your own decisions; don’t need to share things; don’t have much potentiality of differences and disagreements which may lead to conflicts.
- Cons: less people to talk to; probably no one to seek help in certain situations; constant feeling of solitude; lack of proper direction and guidance; too many responsibilities on a single
ead earner; children grow up being introvert and participate in less social events.
HOMEWORK
1. Learn the new words and the wish sentences by heart
2. Read the text again at home and do exercise page 7, ex 3 page 12
3. Prepare Speak + Listen page 8.

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