Presentation on theme: "Unit 2 What should I do?. problem advice could / couldn’t should / shouldn’t I feel stressed out. I’m poor in English. I want to buy a new guitar but."— Presentation transcript:
problem advice could / couldn’t should / shouldn’t I feel stressed out. I’m poor in English. I want to buy a new guitar but I don’t have enough money. I have some problems. Please give me some advice:
New words 1. You shouldn’t play your CDs too loud. 2. I argued with my parents about my hairstyle. 4. I don’t think my clothes are out of style. 3. I had an argument with my parents. 5. I don’t want to surprise him on the phone. 6. You could give him a ticket to a ball game. 7. Maybe you should call him up. 8. Danger! Keep out!
Listening My parents want me to stay at home every night. My brother plays his CDs too loud. I don’t have enough money. My clothes are out of style.
Listening 2a2a could, should, should, could, could 2b2b 1. d 2. e 3a3a 4. c5. b
Conversation A: What’s wrong? (What’s the matter?) B: A: Maybe you should … B: I don’t think so. I … A: You shouldn’t … B: Well, that’s a good idea.
New words 1. Maybe he could have a bake sale. 2. He doesn’t have any money, either. 3. She could get a tutor to come to her home. 4. That’s an okay idea. 5. Could you get a part-time job? 6. Maybe you should call “Teen Talk”, the radio advice program. 7. I need to get some money to pay for summer camp.
I need to get some money to pay for summer camp. 3a3a You could … You should … get a part-time job borrow some money from your brother ask your parents for some money sell your CDs have a bake sale call “Teen Talk”, the radio advice program.
discussion I need some money to buy gifts for my parents? A Canadian boy, Jim wants to practice his Mandarin. You left your homework at home. Your best friend is more popular than you. You lost your sports clothes. You don’t know where your ID card is. You don’t want to have P.E. classes. Your parents always argue. …
New words 1.I like the original and fashionable clothes because I think they are in style. 2. My friend has nicer clothes than I do. 4. Everyone else in my class was invited except me. 5. I’m very upset and don’t know what to do. 3. She has the same neat haircut as I do. 6. She isn’t original because she copies everything others do.
Listening My friend wears the same clothes and has the same haircut as I do. She always copies everything I do. 2a2a
Listening 1.I always _______fashionable clothes, and I have a really neat ________. wear haircut 2. She ________ everything I do.copies 3. I think she _______ tell her friend to get different _______ and a different ________. should clotheshaircut 4. I think Erin _______be _______ that her friend ________ her clothes and haircut. shouldhappy likes 5. That’s an interesting ________.opinion 6. I think that Erin ________ find a ______best friend. shouldnew 7. No one wants a friend who isn’t ________ ! original
Listening2b2b PersonAdvice Kim Nicole Emilio Tell your friend to get different clothes and a different haircut. Be happy that your friend likes your clothes and haircut. Find a new best friend.
Reading My friends are planning a birthday party for my best friend and they didn’t invite me. Phrases : find out do … wrong
New words 1.I thought I failed my test but I just found out I passed! 2. I get on well with my cousin who is the same age as me.
Reading and writing What’s Looking for help’s problem? What’s your advice? the same … as get on well have a fight with…
Word Study talk find out call up argue say 1.Let’s _______ Joe and invite him to play tennis. 2.You should _____ about your problems with your parents. 3.My friend is angry with me. What should I _______ to him? 4.I don’t want to ______. Let’s forget it. 5.I thought I failed my test but I just ________ I passed! call up talk say argue found out
New words (I) 1. The tired children don’t get home until 7 pm. 2. The pushy parents try to fit as much as possible into their kids’ lives. 3. Children are under too much pressure. 4. Teachers complain about teaching tired kids in the classroom. 5. Most children take part in activities including sports, language learning, music and math classes.
New words (II) 6. Mothers send their kids to all kinds of classes 8. When these kids are adults, they might find it hard to think for themselves. 9. On the one hand, children need organized activities. On the other hand, they also need time and freedom to relax. 7. Comparing them with other children is crazy.
Reading (I) 1.Why do the tired children get home at 7 pm? busy enough take … from… to… get home have a quick supper It’s time for… 2. What do the parents often do to make children tired? try to as much as possible under pressure complain about 3. How do parents push their children a lot more? Why do parents do that? take part in seem to see … doing do the same
Reading (II) 4. When does competition start in some families? start from send … to… all kinds of compare with 5. What do children need during their study? find it + adj. to do sth. learn to on the one hand, on the other hand