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English 7 unit 3 community service lesson 5 skills 1

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ENGLISH 7


Give the names of the activities
1

2

donating books
4

cleaning up beaches

planting trees
6

5

donating blood


3

visiting the elderly

giving lessons to street
children


Period 20: UNIT 3:

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Lesson 5: SKILLS 1


READING


* Vocabulary
- statistic (n)
- Government (n)
- force (v)
- pay – paid - paid(v)
- labour(n)
- transportation (n)
- tutor(v)
- mentor(v)

: thống kê
: chính phủ
: bắt buộc
: trả tiền
: lao động
: phương tiện đi lại
: dạy kèm
: hướng dẫn, chỉ dẫn


* Checking: Match the word with the right pictures
1. statistic



2. Government

5. labour

7. tutor

6. transportation

A

E

3. force

C

B

F

G

4. pay -paid-paid
8. mentor

D

H


Task 1. Guess if the following statements are true(T) or false (F).

T

F

1. According to the text, nearly every American has done volunteer work in his or her life.

2. Every year almost one in five Americans works as a volunteer.

3. Americans have been volunteering for less than 50 years.

4. Americans volunteer because they are forced to do it.

G


Task 1. Read the text about volunteer work in the United States.
In the United States, almost everyone, at one time or another, has been a volunteer. According to U.S
government statistics, about one-fifth of the American population does volunteer work each year. Americans
have had the tradition of volunteering and helping one another since the early days of the country.
Americans volunteer not because they are forced or paid to do it. They enjoy it! Traditional volunteer activities
include raising money for people in need, cooking and giving food, doing general labour ( such as clean-up
projects and home repair), providing transportation( such as giving rides to the elderly), and tutoring/ mentoring
young people.


Task 1. Decide if the following statements are true(T) or false (F).

T

F

1. According to the text, nearly every American has done volunteer work in his or her life.

2. Every year almost one in five Americans works as a volunteer.

3. Americans have been volunteering for less than 50 years.

4. Americans volunteer because they are forced to do it.

G


In the United States, almost everyone, at one time or another, has been a volunteer. According to U.S
government statistics, about one-fifth of the American population does volunteer work each year. Americans
have had the tradition of volunteering and helping one another since the early days of the country.
Americans volunteer not because they are forced or paid to do it. They enjoy it! Traditional volunteer activities
include raising money for people in need, cooking and giving food, doing general labour ( such as clean-up
projects and home repair), providing transportation( such as giving rides to the elderly), and tutoring/ mentoring
young people.

T
1. According to the text, nearly every American has done volunteer work in
his or her life.



F


In the United States, almost everyone, at one time or another, has been a volunteer. According to U.S
government statistics, about one-fifth of the American population does volunteer work each year. Americans
have had the tradition of volunteering and helping one another since the early days of the country.
Americans volunteer not because they are forced or paid to do it. They enjoy it! Traditional volunteer activities
include raising money for people in need, cooking and giving food, doing general labour ( such as clean-up
projects and home repair), providing transportation( such as giving rides to the elderly), and tutoring/ mentoring
young people.

T
2. Every year almost one in five Americans works as a volunteer.



F


In the United States, almost everyone, at one time or another, has been a volunteer. According to U.S
government statistics, about one-fifth of the American population does volunteer work each year. Americans
have had the tradition of volunteering and helping one another since the early days of the country.
Americans volunteer not because they are forced or paid to do it. They enjoy it! Traditional volunteer activities
include raising money for people in need, cooking and giving food, doing general labour ( such as clean-up
projects and home repair), providing transportation( such as giving rides to the elderly), and tutoring/ mentoring
young people.

T

F

3. Americans have been volunteering for less than 50 years.




In the United States, almost everyone, at one time or another, has been a volunteer. According to U.S
government statistics, about one-fifth of the American population does volunteer work each year. Americans
have had the tradition of volunteering and helping one another since the early days of the country.
Americans volunteer not because they are forced or paid to do it. They enjoy it! Traditional volunteer activities
include raising money for people in need, cooking and giving food, doing general labour ( such as clean-up
projects and home repair), providing transportation( such as giving rides to the elderly), and tutoring/ mentoring
young people.

T

F

4. Americans volunteer because they are forced to do it.




2. Decide if the following statements are True or False?

1. According to the text, nearly every American has done volunteer
work in his or her life.

T
2. Every year, almost one in five Americans works as a volunteer.

T
3. Americans have been volunteering for less than 50 years.

F
 since the early days of the country

4. Americans volunteer because they are forced to do it.

F
 … not because they are forced to do it.


Task 2. Which of the activities below are traditional volunteer activities in the United States? Tick (√)
the boxes.

1. providing care for animals
2. raising money
3. cooking meals
4. donating blood
5. cleaning streets
6. teaching young children


In the United States, almost everyone, at one time or another, has been a volunteer. According to U.S
government statistics, about one-fifth of the American population does volunteer work each year. Americans
have had the tradition of volunteering and helping one another since the early days of the country.
Americans volunteer not because they are forced or paid to do it. They enjoy it! Traditional volunteer activities
include raising money for people in need, cooking and giving food, doing general labour ( such as clean-up
projects and home repair), providing transportation( such as giving rides to the elderly), and tutoring/ mentoring
young people.


Task 2. Which of the activities below are traditional volunteer activities in the United States? Tick (√)
the boxes.

1. providing care for animals
2. raising money



3. cooking meals



4. donating blood
5. cleaning streets



6. teaching young children




SPEAKING


What could we do to raise money?
We could make postcards and sell them to raise money.

make postcard and sell them

raise money

+ Vinf
We can use ____________ could
for giving
suggestions/ ideas to do
something


4. Idea bank: Fill in the table with your ideas for volunteer activities.

To raise money,

To provide

we could...

food, we could... things, we

• make

• cook food and

postcards and

bring it to

sell them

street children

To help repair

To help people with

To tutor young

transport-ation, we

children, we could...

could…

could...

• repair the roofs of

• give rides to the elderly • provide homework help
• offer free bus tickets before/ afterschool
to disabled people/the • offer evening classes for

their houses and other
household appliances

poor

street children


Task 5. Work in groups. Share the ideas in your idea bank with your group members. Then, use the most
interesting ideas to create a new group idea bank and share it with the class

A: We could make postcards and sell them to raise money.
B: What types of postcards?
C: Congratulation cards or decoration cards.
A: What are the postcards made of?
B: Coloured papers, used clothes, buttons…
C: Where should we sell them?
A: At school, in the park or crowded places.


Suggestions for discussion
G1: To raise money, we could
+ collect waste paper / used glass / bottles and sell them
+ Save from the money for breakfast
+ make post cards and sell them ,….
G2: To provide food, we could 
+ Cook food and bring it to street children 
+ plant vegetables at school ground and take them to the elderly people 
+ Offer coupons for breakfast / lunch / dinner for the poor people ,…

G3: To help repair things, we could
+ help the old rebuild their houses, fix the roofs…
+ help them repair the household appliances,…


G4: To help people with transportation, we could
+ Give rides to the elderly; Give people a lift…
+ Take old people across the road
+ Offer free bus tickets to disabled people / the poor ,…
+ Direct the traffic; Clean and make streets clear…

G5: To tutor young children, we could 
+ Provide homework help before or after school
+ Offer evening classes for street children
+ Donate books, notebooks and other school things 


*Lucky number
1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8


*What volunteer activity is it?

*Giving evening classes for street children.


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