Vocabulary Embarrassing (adj) /im'bær ə si ŋ / Embarrass (v): to cause someone to feel nervous, worried or uncomfortable Embarrassed (adj) Embarrassment (n) Ex: What he did was very embarrassing. c
Sneaky (adj) /'sni:ki/: doing things in a secret and unfair way Ex: sneaky eyes/ sneaky look
Make a fuss /meik ə f ʌ s/: if you make a fuss, you make noise because you angry or complain (usually more than it should be) Ex: Although Joanne did not make a fuss, Nicole still felt embarrassed when she stand in the crowd.
Guiding Question Why did the girl feel embarrassed at the end of the story?
idols embarrassing Task 1 1. The girl was so shy that she didn’t look at him in the face. She just _____ at him and looked away. 2. She complains noisily about anything she doesn’t like. She is the type of person who is always __________. 3. She was in a very _________ situation. She felt so stupid and didn’t know what to say. 4. Teenagers nowadays often have their own _____ who they really love and imitate in different ways. 5. I don’t like the look of that man. There is something _______ about him. making a fuss sneaky glanced
Task 2 Put the pictures of the events (on page 22) in the order they happened in the story
Task 3 1. What did the girl wish to have when she was in grade 9? 2. Why did her father give her some money on her birthday? 3. What did she see in the boy’s bag? 4. Why did she decide to take the money from the boy’s bag without saying anything about it? 5. What did she do with the money?
Follow up activity 1. What do you think the girl had to do after she discovered that the money she had taken from the boy’s bag was not hers? 2. What would you do if you were the boy? What would happen next if you found out you lost your money?