3 Summary Slide A.Pre-reading I. INTRODUCTION II.VOCABULARYI.VOCABULARY III. Guiding questions B. While-ReadingWhile-Reading Exercise1 Exercise 2
4 Summary Slide (cont.) Exercise 3 Exercise 4 C. Post-Reading D- Fun corner Thanks for your attention
5 A.Pre-reading I.Introducing the text: Now we will watch a video about :Volunteer work and literacy programs.
6 II.VOCABULARY 1. Conduct (v) : organize/ guide Ex: to conduct an experiment/ a survey 2. Volunteer (v) :do something willingly without getting money (n) : a person who volunteer voluntary (adj) Voluntarily (adv) Ex: He volunteered his services as a driver. 3. Literacy (n) : ability to read or writes Ex: basic literacy skills 4. Remedial (adj): of teaching for slow or weak students Ex: a remedial class ss
7 5. Evaluate (v): assess Ex: We need to evaluate how well the policy is working. 6. Set off (v): start Ex: Our class sets off a trip to DA LAT. 7. Experience (n): knowledge or skill resulting Ex: to have over ten years’ teaching experience. 8. Hardship (n): difficult and unpleasant situation. Ex: It was no hardship to walk home on such a lovely evening. 9. Fruitful (adj): successful Ex: a fruitful discussion
8 10. Enable (v): make it possible to do something Ex: a new program enables older people to study at college. 11. Community (n): all the people living in an area. Ex: local community 12. Interpersonal (adj): between persons, social Ex: interpersonal skills 13. Attain (v): succeed in getting something Ex: Most of the students attained “A” grades in their exams.
9 B. While-Reading Exercise 1: Check the boxes next to the statements about the volunteer work done by the student volunteers at Hiep Phuoc Village. 1.Preparing food for the homeless 2.Conducting remedial classes for the weak students 3.Rebuilding damaged roads 4.Playing games with local children 5.Conducting literacy classes for teenagers and adults 6.Building houses for poor peoples
10 III.Guiding questions 1. Have you ever volunteered to help a community organization? If yes, what did you do? 2. Do you think that volunteer work is useful for our society? Explain.
11 Exercise 2 1)Whom Khanh and his friends stayed with? 2)What did they do from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.? 3)Why it was not an easy task to teach the adults? 4)What did they realize when evaluating their one-month work?
12 1)They stayed with the families around the village. 2)They conducted the remedial courses for the weak schoolboys and schoolgirls from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 3)Because they came after a day’s hard work, some even brought along their children and looked after them during class. 4)When evaluating our one-month work in such a different environment, we came to an agreement that it was really a good opportunity for us to have valuable first hand experience.
13 Exercise3: Rearrange the following words into a sentence and make the necessary changes: 1)Beginners and false beginners/ teach/ is/ our main task/ how/ read/ and write. 2)We/ set off/ then/ our evening classes, the adult beginners/ teach/ where/ we. 3)The families/ we/ stay/ the village/ volunteer tasks/ do various/ around. 4)We/ hardship/ gain/ despite/ fruitful things/ join/ a lot of/ after/ the volunteer programs.
14 1)Our main task was to teach the beginners and false beginners how to read and write. 2)Then we set off to our evening classes, where we taught the adult beginners. 3)We stayed with the families around the village, doing various volunteer tasks. 4)Despite hardship, we gained a lot of fruitful things after joining the volunteer programs
15 Exercise4:Complete the following sentences by using the correct form of the words in the box: 1. The company ________ to donate fifty trucks to help the flooded areas. 2. I gained a fruitful ________ from the trip. 3. People suffered many ______ during that long winter. 4. The software ________ you to access the Internet in seconds. 5. Our company intends to have a campaign to promote adult _________. 6. Our school organizes a __________ class in the evening. Volunteer enable Literacy experience Hardship remedial volunteers experience hardships enables literacy remedial
16 C. Post-Reading I- List the benefits gained by the student volunteers. The fist one has been done for you. 1. Volunteer work helps them gain experience in life. 2._________________________________ 3. ___________________________________ 4. ___________________________________ Volunteer work helps build their characters. Volunteer work helps promote their friendship. Volunteer work helps them discover their talents.
17 II- (At home) Write a paragraph of 100 words giving your opinion about volunteer works and literacy programs.
18 D- Fun corner Can you find the answer for this quiz? A farmer died, leaving 17 horses to be divided among his three sons. The eldest son is to have one half, the second son one third and the last son one ninth. As they couldn’t do the division, they asked a farmer to do it for them. How can you think the farmer helped them?
19 I don’t know. It is difficult.???? Yeah, I know. He helped them by adding one horse into 17 horses and divided for them. Finally, there was one left. This was the farmer’s horse