WELCOME TO OUR CLASS
1. Do you know how to use a computer?
2. Is it easy for you to learn how to use a computer ?
3. Do you think it is difficult for old people to learn? Why or why not?
Work in pairs : Ask and answer the questions.
worried [`wʌrid] (a):
memory [`meməri] (n):
refuse [rɪˈfjuːz] (v):
Make an excuse
He’s making an excuse for being late
I’m late because the traffic is bad today.
I don’t have to be on time.hihi
secretary [`sekrətri] (n):
shy [∫ai] (a):
shy [∫ai] (a):
helpful [ `helpfl ] (a.) = hay giúp đỡ
worried [ ` wΛrid ] (a.) = lo lắng
memory [ `memәri ] (n.) = trí nhớ
refused [ ri`fjuzd ] (v.) = từ chối
excuse [ ik`skjuz ] (n.) = xin lỗi
-make an excuse:
headache [ `hedeik ] (n.) = đau đầu
secretary [`sekrətri ] (n): = Thư ký
Match a word/phrase in A with its meaning in B.
TASK 1: Listen to an old company director talking about his experience of learning how to use a computer. Decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).
TASK 2: Listen to the old man’s story again and write in the missing words.
The story is about an old man who doesn`t know how to use the computer. He became (1) ______ when his (2) ________ asked him for a computer in the (3) ______. He decided to take some (4) _______ lessons. His son (5) _________ about computer and he became his (6) ______. His son was (7) ______ but he didn`t understand at all. After a few (8) _____ he began to feel (9) _____ and he made an (10) _______, saying that he had a headache. Finally, he didn`t learn how to use a computer.
We need a computer, sir.
AFTER YOU LISTEN
Learn new words
Summarize the main points of the story.
Prepare unit 5 : WRITING
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
nguon VI OLET