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1 © British Council 2014 Who are these people? What are they doing? Why? 12 34

2 What does Sunita want Arjun to do? Who phones Sunita? Why? Why is Sunita worried? Why is Arjun wearing silly glasses? © British Council 2014 Task 1

3 © British Council 2014 Task 1 – interactive game

4 © British Council 2014 noticed worried optician angry silly surprised pick up whiteboard positive

5 © British Council In the classroom the teacher writes on the …………………… 2.If you have a problem with your eyes you can go to an …………………… 3.The teacher …………………… that Deepak had a problem with his eyes. She saw it. 4.Its late at night and your daughter hasnt come home. You feel ……………… 5.Arjun ordered some glasses. One week later he went to the optician to ……………. the glasses. 6.You ask your child three times to go to bed, but he doesnt go. You feel ……………… 7.Usually my husband never buys me a present, but today he bought me some flowers. I was ……………… 8.Arjuns glasses look …………….. Other people will laugh at them. 9.Arjun wants Deepak to feel ……………. about wearing glasses. He wants him to feel good. Task 2

6 © British Council In the classroom the teacher writes on the whiteboard. 2.If you have a problem with your eyes you can go to an optician. 3.The teacher noticed that Deepak had a problem with his eyes. She saw it. 4.Its late at night and your daughter hasnt come home. You feel worried. 5.Arjun ordered some glasses. One week later he went to the optician to pick up the glasses. 6.You ask your child three times to go to bed, but he doesnt go. You feel angry. 7.Usually my husband never buys me a present, but today he bought me some flowers. I was surprised. 8.Arjuns glasses look silly. Other people will laugh at them. 9.Arjun wants Deepak to feel positive about wearing glasses. He wants him to feel good. Task 2

7 © British Council 2014 Task 2 – interactive game

8 © British Council 2014 Task 3: Watch the film again Watch the film again. What are the missing words? 1.Sunita asks Arjun to pick up …………………………………… 2.She also asks him to buy some ……………. 3.The teacher noticed that Deepak cant ……………………………. 4.She thinks Deepak needs ………………….. 5.Some children dont want to wear glasses. They are worried that …………………….. 6.Deepak needs to feel positive about ………………………………. 7.Arjun noticed that Deepak often sits ……………………………………. 8.Last week he took Deepak to the ……………………… 9.Today he went to the optician and …………………………. 10.When Arjun wears his glasses Deepak wants ……………………………

9 Task 3: Watch the film again Watch the film again. What are the missing words? 1.Sunita asks Arjun to pick up …………………………………… 2.She also asks him to buy some ……………. 3.The teacher noticed that Deepak cant ……………………………. 4.She thinks Deepak needs ………………….. 5.Some children dont want to wear glasses. They are worried that …………………….. 6.Deepak needs to feel positive about ………………………………. 7.Arjun noticed that Deepak often sits ……………………………………. 8.Last week he took Deepak to the ……………………… 9.Today he went to the optician and …………………………. 10.When Arjun wears his glasses Deepak wants ………………………………… © British Council 2014

10 Task 3: Watch the film again 1.Sunita asks Arjun to pick up Deepak from school. 2.She also asks him to buy some coffee. 3.The teacher noticed that Deepak cant see the whiteboard. 4.She thinks Deepak needs glasses. 5.Some children dont want to wear glasses. They are worried that other children will laugh. 6.Deepak needs to feel positive about wearing glasses. 7.Arjun noticed that Deepak often sits close to the TV. 8.Last week he took Deepak to the optician. 9.Today he went to the optician and picked up the glasses. 10.When Arjun wears his glasses Deepak wants to wear his glasses too. © British Council 2014

11 Task 3 – interactive game

12 Task 4: Making suggestions Here are some sentences from the film. What are the missing words? Who says each sentence? Who is he/she speaking to? 1.…………. …… go and get him? 2.We dont have any coffee. Maybe …………….. pick some up. 3.……… ……….. tell him theres nothing wrong with wearing glasses. 4.…….. …………. go to the toilet now please? © British Council 2014

13 Task 4: Making suggestions Here are some sentences from the film. What are the missing words? Who says each sentence? Who is he/she speaking to? 1.Could you go and get him? 2.We dont have any coffee. Maybe you could pick some up. 3.You could tell him theres nothing wrong with wearing glasses. 4.Can you go to the toilet now please? © British Council 2014 Sunita to Arjun Teacher to Sunita Arjun to Deepak

14 Requests Could you go and get him? Can you go to the toilet now please? Suggestions Maybe you can pick some up. You could tell him theres nothing wrong with wearing glasses. © British Council 2014

15 Task 4 – interactive game

16 © Bitish Council Could you put your toys away please, Deepak? 2. Maybe you could go and see an optician. 3. Please could you help Deepak with his homework? 4. Perhaps you can sit down and talk to Deepak. 5. We could talk to Deepaks teacher.6. Can you switch off your computer please? Task 5 Now look at these sentences. Which ones are requests and which are suggestions? Write them again in the correct column. RequestsSuggestions

17 © Bitish Council 2014 RequestsSuggestions Could you put your toys away please, Deepak? We could talk to Deepaks teacher. Please could you help Deepak with his homework? Maybe you could go and see an optician. Can you switch off your computer please? Perhaps you can sit down and talk to Deepak.

18 © British Council 2014 Task 5 – interactive game

19 Practise making suggestions 1.……… …… ………… to Deepaks teacher. 1.…….. …… ………. ……. ……. …… an optician. 2.…… …… ………. …… ….. and talk to Deepak. © British Council 2014

20 My son doesnt want to go to school in the mornings. He says he has a stomach ache but I know he isnt sick. What do you suggest? © British Council 2014

21 © British Council 2 ProblemSuggestion 1.My son doesnt want to go to school in the mornings. He says he has a stomach ache but I know he isnt sick. a. Perhaps you could try to learn one new word every day. You could get a special book, and write the words in it. At the end of every week maybe you could test yourself on all the words you learnt that week. 2. My sister often borrows money from me and she never gives it back. b. I think maybe you should stop practising with her. She will not learn when she is stressed. Perhaps you could find a book she really likes and read it to her. When she starts to enjoy books again, then she will learn to read. 3. My daughter is having problems with her reading. I practise with her every day, but she is getting stressed and she cant read very easy words. c. Maybe you could talk to his teacher. You could ask her if he is happy at school, or if she has noticed a problem with him. 4. I find English spelling very difficult. I can never remember how to spell words. d. Yes, girls can be very difficult at that age. Maybe you could take her on a trip to a place she will really like. Then if she relaxes and enjoys herself you could take her for a coffee or a nice meal and say how good it is to see her smiling. 5. My teenage daughter seems to be very unhappy, but she doesnt talk about it. If I ask her what is wrong she gets angry. e. Perhaps you could sit down and have a chat with her. You could ask her what she wants the money for and why she doesnt have enough money. Maybe you could say you will not lend her any more money if she doesnt pay back the money she borrowed before.

22 ProblemSuggestion 1.My son doesnt want to go to school in the mornings. He says he has a stomach ache but I know he isnt sick. Maybe you could talk to his teacher. You could ask her if he is happy at school, or if she has noticed a problem with him. 2. My sister often borrows money from me and she never gives it back. Perhaps you could sit down and have a chat with her. You could ask her what she wants the money for and why she doesnt have enough money. Maybe you could say you will not lend her any more money if she doesnt pay back the money she borrowed before. 3. My daughter is having problems with her reading. I practise with her every day, but she is getting stressed and she cant read very easy words. I think maybe you should stop practising with her. She will not learn when she is stressed. Perhaps you could find a book she really likes and read it to her. When she starts to enjoy books again, then she will learn to read. 4. I find English spelling very difficult. I can never remember how to spell words. Perhaps you could try to learn one new word every day. You could get a special book, and write the words in it. At the end of every week maybe you could test yourself on all the words you learnt that week. 5. My teenage daughter seems to be very unhappy, but she doesnt talk about it. If I ask her what is wrong she gets angry. Yes, girls can be very difficult at that age. Maybe you could take her on a trip to a place she will really like. Then if she relaxes and enjoys herself you could take her for a coffee or a nice meal and say how good it is to see her smiling. © British Council 2014

23 1.I want to go to college but I cant find any childcare for my daughter. 2.I dont like my sons friends. They are very rude and they drink alcohol on the street. I think they sometimes steal from shops. I am worried about my son. 3.My daughter is putting on too much weight. I try to cook healthy food but she always buys crisps and chocolate to eat between meals. © British Council 2014

24 1.Which problem are the suggestions about? 2.Do you agree with the suggestions? 3. Which is the best suggestion? 4.Are the suggestion sentences good?

25 Look at the words. What happened in the film? Tell the story to your partner. 1. pick up 2. coffee 3. whiteboard 4. glasses 5. worried 6. positive 7. TV 8. optician 9. picked up 10. silly © British Council 2014


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