Nizhyn gymnasium №3
Teacher: Lapko T.V.
Обладнання: підручник, зошит, словник, дошка, картки.
Do you go to school for getting education?
Is education important for you? Why?
Comment the wisdom quotes
Split into two groups. Listen to the text two times and try to write down as much information as possible.
When British and American people use the word family they often mean only the mother, father and their children. In a general social context the family is usually taken to mean this nuclear family.
Society in Britain and the USA is traditionally based on a nuclear family living in the same house and closely involved in each other’s lives.
Fifty years ago, the typical family was a husband, a wife and two or three children. The father spent all day at work and made most of the decisions about how the money he earned was spent. The mother stayed at home to manage the house and look after the children. Children were expected to obey their parents.
Many modern families live rather differently and because of this some people think that the family unit is dying and society is being weakened. Many couples still married, but others live together without getting married. Another tend is to get married later in life and to have fewer children, so the size of the average family is shrinking.
3.Put the following sentences that summarize each paragraph in the correct order
a) Modern families
b) What we learn when we talk about family?
c) The way families lived in the past
4.Answer the questions
Take any of the following cards and ask your classmates:
6.Game „The Latest Family News”
Take the card, make up a sentence with the help of the words written on the card, using the correct grammar tence. Other pupils have to report them.
My/best/friend/ to spend/his/next/winter/holidays/in/the/Carpathians/with/his/parents.
My/sibling/to try/to make peace/with/his/parents/as soon/as possible/yesterday.
My/parents/to be sure/I/to succeed/in/my/future.
My/mother/not/to allow/me/to/go/the disco/party/last/week.
My sister/to refuse/to speak/to/her/parents/after/argument/yesterday.
7.Work in pairs.
Make up a list of problems that we can have our families. How can we react to them?
8.Listen to some young people and their problems in the relations between them and their parents. Be ready to suggest your piece of advice.
We live in a flat. My mum always makes me to do washing-up and take the rubbish out. I don’t mind helping her, but she never asks my sibling Sam. It’s always me. What can I do?
I’ve got a nice mum and dad but we have arguments about the time I come in at night. I enjoy going out with my friends. We go to the fast food restaurants or to someone’s house to play CDs. We’re not doing anything wrong, but my parents always want to know where I’m going and who I’m going with. I feel like a baby.
My parents never let me go to parties or stay over at my friend’s house. I never rebel. Do you think I should? I’m now 16.
My room is very untidy, that’s the way I like it! When I don’t tidy my room, my mum goes in, picks everything up, puts it in a big black rubbish bag and leaves it on my bed. We get on very well except for this one thing. It’s my room, I think she mustn’t go into my room without permission. What do you think?
9.Reading. Text „Blackberries”
Why did the boy go to the hairdresser?
What kind of cap were they going to buy?
What did the boy’s father promise to do on Sunday?
Let’s describe the weather.
Let’s describe blackberries.
Why did the boy fill the cap with berries?
You’ll prepare to act the following situations:
12.Summary of the lesson.
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