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Enghlish 11 UNIT 1 LISTENING

Welcome to our class


The following picture shows the different lifestyles
of teenagers. Vote for the picture of the lifestyle
you like. If you choose A, raise one hand up. If you
choose B, raise two hands up.


A

B


A

B


A


B


A

B


So different students have different choices. It means
you are different from each other. Do you think that
your parents share your viewpoints?

or


Unit 1:
Unit 1: The Generation
Gap
The generation gap

Lesson 5: Listening
How are we different?


Skinny /ˈskɪni/(a)


Top /tɒp/ (n)


Sparkling /ˈspɑːrklɪŋ/(a)


High heels /haɪ ˈhiːlz/ (n)


Vocabulary
Skinny /ˈskɪni/(a): Ôm sát
Top /tɒp/ (n): Áo dáng ngắn
Sparkling /ˈspɑːrklɪŋ/(a): Lấp lánh


High heels /haɪ ˈhiːlz/ (n): Giầy cao gót


Task 1. You are going to listen to Tom and Linda discussing
their conflicts with their parents. What will you think they
will mention?

clothes

table manners

hairstyles

not helping with the housework

watching TV / playing
computer games too much

not study enough


Task 2: Matching the words with the appropriate
definitions.


Task 3: Listen to the conversation. Decide if the
sentences following are true(T) or false(F).
are not pleased

T

F

1. Linda’s parents are pleased with her choice
of clothes.

X

2. Tom shares Linda’s opinion on clothes.

X

does not share
3. Linda want to look more fashionable.

X

4. Tom’s parents don’t let him play
computer game.

X

5. Playing computer games is a form of
relaxation for Tom.

X


Task 4. Listen to the conversation again and choose the correct answer.
1. What kind of clothes do Linda`s parents want her to wear?
A. shiny trousers
B. tight tops C. casual
C clothes

2. What is Tom`s opinion about Linda`s choice of clothes?
A thinks that her parents are right.
A. He
B. He sympathizes with Linda.
C. He disagrees with Linda`s parents.
3. What do you think Linda will do after talking to Tom?
A. She may start saving money to buy clothes.
B. She
B may follow her parents‘ advice.
C. She may offer her parents some advice.
4. Why don`t Tom`s parents want him to play computer games?
A. They think some of the games are harmful.
B. They think playing computer games makes him neglect his studies.
C.
C They think none of the games are useful.
5. What do Tom`s parents want him to do?
A. Play a musical instrument.
B.
B Do more outdoor activities.
C. Browse the Internet to find information.


Task 5

Ask and answer the following
questions.

1. Do your parents like the way you dress? Why or Why not?

2. What do you think about computer games? Do your
parents allow you to play them?


Homework
- Listen the conversation again.
- Prepare: WRITING (page 14)


THANKS FOR YOUR LISTENING



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