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UNIT.IDEATH PARTY I. True & false answers 1. Andrew was born over 50 years ago. 2. He died eight years ago. 3. Is Andrew Jones dead? 4. When did he die? 5.Was he born in 1942? 6. When was he born? 7. Was he twenty-four years old? 8. How old was he?
I. True & false answers 1. Andrew was born over 50 years ago. True. 2. He died eight years ago. True. 3. Is Andrew Jones dead? Yes, he is. 4. When did he die? In 2004. 5.Was he born in 1942? No, He isnt. 6. When was he born? He was born in 1962. 7. Was he twenty-four years old? No, he wasnt 8. How old was he? He was 42.
IMPORTANT THINGS IN THE THREE EVENTS!! 1)What is the important thing for the birthday party? 2)What is the greatest thing in the married party or on the Wedding? 3)What is the special raw material for the dead party? Answer: a)Present for the birthday party b)Ring for the married day or wedding party c)Stone for the dead party
UNIT. IILISTENING (CULTURE AND CIVIL) Say the stress syllable of the key multi- syllable words from Lesson I. Students identify the full word as the following: Family, married, party, present, single, adult, baby, children, female, people and teenager FamFamily MarrMarried ParParty Pres (z)Present SingSingle AdAdult BaBaby Chil (ai)Children Fe (i:)Female Peo (i:)People TeenTeenager
Reading: Some countries have a very high birth rate, The marriage in Cuba is very high. Do you know the dead rate of our country? Death rate (deaths/1,000 population) Table 1: Marriage rates around the world ( per 000) Do you know the marriage in our country? Answer is no. ** Separate into continents Country2000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012 Cambodia 10.7910.6510.519.269.18.979.068.248.168.088.198.077.97 CountryMarriage Cuba17.7 Philippines14.0 Bangladesh10.7 Egypt9.2 USA8.9 CountryMarriage Syria8.6 China7.7 UK5.9 France4.4 Argentina3.9
DO YOU KNOW ALL THESE COUNTRIES INTEGRATE INTO WHICH CONTINENTS? CountriesContinents ?Africa ?Europe ?North America ?South America ?Asia ?Australia Countries Continents Egypt Africa UK and France Europe Cuba and United States of America North America Argentina South America Syria, China, and Bangladesh Asia Philippines Australia
The answer in Table 2: Birth rates and dead rates by continent (per 000) They are similarly growth and falling, but the words very fast, fast, quite fast, slightly and slowly will be used for interpreting this table. ContinentBirthsDeathsDifference Africa37.014.023.0 Europe10.512.0-1.5 North America14.08.55.5 South America21.57.514.0 Asia21.08.013.0 Australia18.08.010.0
Which continents are growth and falling: very fast, fast, quite fast, slightly and slowly? Say all the continents in the table. ContinentBirthsDeathsDifferenceInterpretation Africa37.014.023.0 Europe10.512.0-1.5 North America14.08.55.5 South America21.57.514.0 Asia21.08.013.0 Australia18.08.010.0
THE ANSWER ContinentBirthsDeathsDifferenceInterpretation Africa37.014.023.0Growing very fast Europe10.512.0-1.5Falling slightly North America14.08.55.5Growing slowly South America21.57.514.0Growing fast Asia21.08.013.0Growing fast Australia18.08.010.0Growing quite fast
PLEASE WRITE THE NAME OF CONTINENTS AT THE LEFT OF CHART
UNIT III SPEAKING 1.Tell the name of events in each pictures ? E. Birth, D. Marriage, C. a dinner party, B. Death, A. a birthday party, F. Family Party 2.Match the number to the letter of each picture in order? Read the text in the book. 1-E, 2-D, 3-C, 4-B, 5-A, 6-F 3.What can you see in each picture?Listen to me (instead of CD player) 1) birth - a babys first cries 2) marriage - organ music, church, bells (jewellery) 3) dinner party – plate clacking together and hum of conversation. 4) death – a passing bell 5) birth day party – general hubbub (loud noise or noisy enjoyment) and children music 6) Family Party – meeting all relatives from near and far from each other. 4.Close your book and describe the pictures!
C. Look at the picture at bottom and chart of conversation. Can you create the sentences by seeing picture below? Complete the conversation at the bottom picture. V1.When were you born? V2. In 1976 V1.So you are 29?V2.No, Im not. Im 30. V1.Are you married?V2.Yes, I am. V1.When did you get married? V2.Oh, in 1997 V1.Have you got any children? V2.Ye, I have. Three. Two boys and a girl. V1.What does your father do? V2.Hes dead, actually. V1.Oh, Im sorry. V2.Thank you. V1.When did he die? V2.In 2004 D. Work in pair 1.Ask and answer. Give the true information of chart you have completed last step. 2.Talk about your partner. This step, tell students the sample of those conversation.
UNIT IVSPEAKING A.Circle the odd one out in each row 1.PartyMarsClerkmarried 2.Teenagerfemalewomenpeople 3.Bornworsewarmnorth 4.Groupcoolmoveyoung 5.Personworkpresentbirth 6.Agechildlightdie 7.Deadfriendguesteast 8.Babytrainthankmale
ANSWER FOR EXERCISE A A.Circle the odd one out in each row 1.PartyMarsClerkmarried/æ/, not / ɑː / 2.Teenagerfemalewomenpeople/ ɪ /, not /i ː / 3.Bornworsewarmnorth/ ɝː /, not / ɔː / 4.Groupcoolmoveyoung/ ʌ /, not/u ː / 5.Personworkpresentbirth /e/, not / ɝː / 6.Agechildlightdie/e ɪ /, not /a ɪ / 7.Deadfriendguesteast /i ː /, not /e/ 8.Babytrainthankmale/æ/, not /e ɪ /
MAKING GROUP OF ALL THESE WORDS PartyembassyClerkmarried Teenagerfemalewomenpeople Bornworsewarmnorth Groupcoolmoveyoung Personworkpresentbirth Agechildlightdie Deadfriendguesteast Babytrainthankmale Adultfriendmanagementegg Directornationalityespeciallyboy Example: age, adult, etc…
B. You are going to hear a talk about a famous person in western culture 1.What is the name of the person? (read the text from book) 2.Make sentences about this person 3.Give a short talk about this person Table 1: a womans life B? Name? Left school? First job? M? Children? d? Table 1: a womans life (Princess Diana) B1961 NameSpencer Left school16 First job1979 – pre-school M1981 – Charles Windsor ChildrenWilliam (1982) Harry (1984) d1997 (36)
C. You are going to give a talk about another famous person in western culture. 1. Make the sentences and practice saying your sentences 2. Give your talk about a famous person in your country similarly these sentences * Table 3 and 4 search for Khmer famous like Piset Pilika and Chea Mony or whoever. Table 2: a mans life ( Hanry VIII) b.1491 NameHanry Tudor First jobKing of England (1509) = Hanry VIII m.Catherine of Aragon (1509), Anne Boleyn (1533), Jane Seymour (1536) Anne of Cleves (1540), Catherine Howard (1540), Catherine Parr (1543) ChildrenMarry (1516), Elizabeth (1533), Edward (1537) D1547 (56)
UNIT VREADING A.Study the words in the box. Find groups and pair s of words. You can add, if you know those group of words Answer: Age, birth, born, congratulations, death, died, family, guest, life, live, party, marriage, married, present, single, thank Born – died, birth – death, family – mother, father, etc… life – live, marriage, single –married, party - guest/present congratulations – thank you
B.Complete the last word. What might come next? 1.Charles Dickens was bo____________________ 2.His family li______________________________ 3.When he was 12, he left sch________________ 4.He went to work in a fa_____________________ 5.At 15, he got a j___________________________ 6.In 1834, he met a wo______________________ 7.They got ma______________________________ 8.In 1836, He started to wr___________________ 9.The book was very pop_____________________ 10. At the age of 26, Dickens was fam___________ 11. His first Child was bo______________________ 12. In 1870, Dickens de_______________________
Can you classify these phrases to kind of information? 1Charles Dickens wasborn+ date……… 2His familylived+ place 3When he was 12, he leftschool+ reason? 4He went to work in aFactory 5At 15, he got aJob 6In 1834, he met aWoman 7They gotMarried 8In 1836, He started toWrite 9The book was veryPopular 10At the age of 26, Dickens wasFamous 11His first Child wasBorn 12In 1870, DickensDied
Can you classify these phrases to kind of information? 1Charles Dickens wasborn+ date……… 2His familylived+ place 3When he was 12, he leftschool+ reason? 4He went to work in aFactory+ place 5At 15, he got aJob + Place 6In 1834, he met aWoman+ Called + name 7They gotMarriedPlace/time 8In 1836, He started toWrite+ a novel/name of a novel – see next sentence 9The book was veryPopular+ reason? 10At the age of 26, Dickens wasFamous+ Place, e.g., all over the world 11His first Child wasBorn+ date 12In 1870, DickensDied+ place
C. In the next lesson, you are going to read about different periods of history. Number of periods in order. BCE is Before the Common Era Write an approximate date, Example: 500 CE Before we go to check the text, can guest these words In 1997, pri… Dia… Di…… OrderDate Roman Empire40 CE Ancient Egypt3000 BCE The Middle Age1400 CE The Victorian Age1850 CE Ancient Greece1000 BCE Pre-history5000 BCE The Renaissance1600 CE OrderDate Roman Empire40 CE Ancient Egypt23000 BCE The Middle Age41400 CE The Victorian Age71850 CE Ancient Greece31000 BCE Pre-history15000 BCE The Renaissance61600 CE
UNIT VIREADING A.Prepare to read the text on page 75 Type the text here………….. B.Read the skill check 1. Find example of single commas and two commas in the first three paragraphs of the text. You remember that the single comma joins two pieces of information in the same sentence. Two commas give extra information about the subject of object. You can often ignore information in two commas and still understand the text meaning.
C.Read skill check 2: You should understand the prepositions, normally the preposition come before a noun or noun phrase and join each preposition to its noun phrase. D.Read the text and Complete table 1: Life expectancy through the ages PeriodYear Average Pre-history 5000 BCE20 Ancient Egypt 3000 BCE Ancient Greece 1000 BCE The Roman Empire 0 CE The Middle Ages 1400 CE The Renaissance 1600 CE The Victorian Ages 1850 CE The start of 20 th Century1900 CE The Middle of 20 th Century1950 CE The start of 21 st Century2000 CE The Middle of 21 st Century2050 CE PeriodYear Average Pre-history 5000 BCE20 Ancient Egypt 3000 BCE25 Ancient Greece 1000 BCE28 The Roman Empire 0 CE28 The Middle Ages 1400 CE33 The Renaissance 1600 CE37 The Victorian Ages 1850 CE45 The start of 20 th Century1900 CE50 The Middle of 20 th Century1950 CE65 The start of 21 st Century2000 CE79 The Middle of 21 st Century2050 CE85
Please drawing the life expectancy below by taking the data from last slide 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 05000 BCE3000 BCE1000 BCE0 CE1400 CE1600 CE1850 CE1900 CE1950 CE2000 CE2050 CE
E.Why did life expectancy rise quickly…? Answer: 1)Probably because there was more food. 2)Because doctor saved many children at birth. 3)There were cleaner houses, cleaner water and cleaner food. 4)Because there are now antibiotics antibiotic is the medicine for kill diseases in human body.
UNIT VII WRITING A.Study the letters in each row. Complete the table LettersAdjectivesNounVerb d….. Marri… ….li…. b….. Prese…. LettersAdjectivesNounVerb d…..deadDeathdie Marri…Marriedmarriagemarry ….li….alivelifelive b…..born Prese….PresentablePresentpresent
B. Do the Crossword DFAMILY EL MARRIED DV GUESTS R BORND UI PRESENTD IHA NPARTY MARRIAGENE GLK LIVELIFE DFY L MD DV GTS BND I PTD PY MEE GK LLE
C.Complete each verb in this text The world oldest person Jeanne Louise Calment wa____ born in France in 1875. In 1888, when she wa____ 13, she me____ the painter Vincent Van Gogh in her fathers shop. She wa___ 14 when they fi______ building the Eiffel Tower in Paris. She ma______in 1896. She ha____ one child, Yvonne, but she di____in 1934. In 1965, when she wa____ 90, she me____ a 47-year-old lawyer called Raffery. She so____ him her flat. He ag____ to pay her $ 500 per month until her death. Raffery pa____ her money for 30 years, then he di____, but his wife ha____ to continue to pay. They bo______ the flat many times over! At the age of 85, Calment le____ to fight with a sword. She ro_____ a bicycle at 100, and at 114 she Pl_____ herself in a film about Van Gogh. She di_____ in 1997, just after her 122 nd, birthday. She is the oldest person in history with a birth certificate to prove her age at death.
C.Complete each verb in this text The world oldest person Jeanne Louise Calment was born in France in 1875. In 1888, when she was 13, she met the painter Vincent Van Gogh in her fathers shop. She was 14 when they finished building the Eiffel Tower in Paris. She married in 1896. She had one child, Yvonne, but she died in 1934. In 1965, when she was 90, she met a 47-year-old lawyer called Raffery. She sold him her flat. He agreed to pay her $ 500 per month until her death. Raffery paid her money for 30 years, then he died, but his wife had to continue to pay. They bought the flat many times over! At the age of 85, Calment learned to fight with a sword. She rode a bicycle at 100, and at 114 she Played herself in a film about Van Gogh. She died in 1997, just after her 122 nd, birthday. She is the oldest person in history with a birth certificate to prove her age at death. D. Write a 30-word of the biography of the world oldest person. - Make a note- Close this book and write
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