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2 Look at the picture, answer these questions: Warm-up 1.Where is the class situated? 2.What do you think about the number of students in class? 3.Is the class well- equipped ? 1.Where is the class situated? 2.What do you think about the number of students in class? 3.Is the class well- equipped ?  1.Maybe in the midland/ lowland  2. There are few students in classroom.  3. The class lack of a lot of vital equipment.  1.Maybe in the midland/ lowland  2. There are few students in classroom.  3. The class lack of a lot of vital equipment.

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5  illiterate (adj)= unable to read & write ≠ literate (adj)  illiteracy (n) Ex: In the rural areas, illiteracy is widespread.  campaign (n) planned group of activities used to achieve some aims  consult (v) get information or advice from a person, book, etc.  eradicate (v) get rid of completely/ destroy sth bad Ex: The government is trying to eradicate illiteracy.  ethnic minority (n) dân tộc thiểu số Ə

6  highland (n): area with mountains or hills  honorable (a): honest and fair, or deserving praise and respect  lifeguard (n): person whose job is saving people  low-income (adj): low earned money  maturity (n): develop mentally/ physically  immaturity  motivate (v): make someone want to do something well Ex: Teacher tries to motivate students to learn.  motivation (n) a: Ə 'ƱƏ

7  promote (v): encourage  promotion (n) Ex: Educators promote students’ learning by helping them mentally and financially.  decline (v)= reduce (v)  rise (n/v)= increase  regulation (n) official rule  relevant (a) connected with  shortage (n) not enough of something Ex: There is a shortage of teacher in highland. ʃ

8  society (n) organization  strategy (n): skill of planning for achieve success in sth Ex: Students should know some strategies in reading.  strength (n)≠ weakness (n)  survey (n) examination of opinions, behaviour  tutoring (a): phụ đ ạo  universalisation (n) phổ cập Ə

9 literate illiterate illiteracy campaign consult decline eradicate ethnic minority highlands honorable lifeguard low-income maturity immaturity motivate motivation decline reduce

10 rise increase regulation relevant shortage society strategy strength weakness survey tutoring universalisation

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13 1 Illiteracy Eradiation Vietnam Society of Learning Promotion Universalization of Primary Education Sự xóa mù chữ g Hội khuyến học Việt Nam Phổ cập giáo dục tiểu học Match the phrases on the left to the right Vietnamese equivalents on the right:

14 Rearrange these statements in order: A. A campaign for Illiteracy Eradiation. B. An introduction of Illiteracy Eradiation. C. The result of the campaign for Illiteracy Eradiation. D. Some students’ activities to help Illiteracy Eradiation. Rearrange these statements in order: A. A campaign for Illiteracy Eradiation. B. An introduction of Illiteracy Eradiation. C. The result of the campaign for Illiteracy Eradiation. D. Some students’ activities to help Illiteracy Eradiation. 2  B- A- D- C

15 Complete the table below: Complete the table below: 3 Year Volunteer student Illiterate people

16 4 By July 2000, Vietnam had completed the programs “Illiteracy Eradiation” successfully. TRUE FALSE

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18 6 There were a few students taking part in the “campaign for Illiteracy eradiation” and they were happy to do this. TRUE FALSE

19 7 7 The literacy rate in Highlands in 2002 was 45 %. TRUE FALSE TRUE

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21 The literacy rate in Highlands was higher than other regions. 9 FALSE TRUE

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23 Work in groups of 5-6, discuss these following questions: 1. What is the text mainly about? 2. What are some possible causes of high illiteracy rate in Vietnam? 3. What can we do to help illiterate people around us?

24 Prepare Part B- Listening


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