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Enghlish 11 UNIT 4 GETTING STARTED


Watch the two videos and
answer the questions.




1. What are they doing?
2. Can you guess who they are making these
gifts for?



Unit 4: CARING FOR THOSE IN NEED

Lesson 1: Getting Started


*Vocabulary:
1. disabled /dis'eibld/ (a) (dumb, deaf, blind…)
disability /disə'biliti/ (n):

2. impairment /im'peəmənt/ (n):

The state of having a physical or mental condition
which means that part of the body doesn’t work correctly

3. visual /'vizjuəl/ (a): relating to seeing
4. physical /'fizikəl/ (a): connected with the body
5. cognitive /'kɔgnitiv/ (a): connected with thinking
6. integrate in /'intigreit/ (phr. v):
to join society or a group of people

7. campaign /kæm'pein/
Cuộc vận
(n):8. donate /dou'neit/
độngỦng
hộ
(v):


Activity 1. Listen and read


Activity 1: Listen and read
Mai: Hi, what’s up? Why are there so
many boxes in the library?
Maria: I’m preparing some Christmas gifts
for secondary students with disabilities
in the school we visited two months
ago. These are students with various
visual, hearing, physical and cognitive
impairments.
Mai: Cognitive impairments?
Maria: That’s learning difficulties.
Kevin: I have a neighbor who is blind, deaf
and dumb, and needs a lot of help to get
around.
Maria: Well, you shouldn’t use words like
“dumb” or “deaf”. It’s disrespectful.
Mai: I agree. There are so many students
with a disability who have talents and


skills.

Maria: That’s right. And we need to help them to
become independent, integrate in the
community and achieve success at school.
Mai: So what are these Christmas gifts?
Maria: Last month, the Youth Union in our
school had a meeting and decided to start a
“Special Christmas Gifts” campaign to collect
gifts for local charities. So far, the students in
our school have donated more than 100 gifts.
Mai: That’s great! Can students from other
school join your campaign?
Maria: Sure! A few other schools have already
joined us. They have sent us textbooks,
dictionaries, CD players, batteries….
Kevin: I have an idea for a gift! A talking pen for
learning foreign languages.
Maria: Great idea! What a meaningful gift!
Mai: Thanks, Maria. I’ll talk to my classmates
and what we can do.


Activity 2: Read the conversation again. Decide whether the statements
are true (T), false (F), or not given (NG). Tick the correct box.
T
1. Maria is preparing some gifts for students with
disabilities.
2. According to Kevin, it is disrespectful to use words
like “dumb” or “deaf”.
3. Local charities will send the gifts to different
schools.
4. Only students at Maria’s chool can join the
campaign.
5. Kevin will donate an educational toy for learning
languages.
6. Maria will plan a visit to a school for children with
disabilities.

F NG



GAME

“SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS


Statement 2

Statement 5 Statement 1

Statement 3
Statement 6
Statement 4


->

Maria
2. According to Kevin, it is disrespectful
to use

F

words like “dumb” or “ deaf”.

Kevin: I have a neighbour who is blind, deaf and
dumb, and needs a lot of help to get around.
Maria: Well, you shouldn’t use words like “dumb”
or “deaf”. It’s disrespectful.


->
5. Kevin will donate an educational toy for
learning languages.T

Kevin: I have an idea for a gift! A talking pen for
learning foreign languages.
Maria: Great idea! What a meaningful gift!


->
1. Maria is preparing some gifts for
students

T

with disabilities.

Maria: I’m preparing some Christmas
gifts for secondary students with
disabilities in the school we visited
two months ago.


->

6. Maria will plan a visit to a school for
children

NG

with disabilities.


->

other schools
4. Only students at Maria’s chool can join
the
campaign.

F

Mai: That’s great! Can students from other
schools join your campaign?
Maria: Sure! A few other schools have already
joined us.


->

3. Local charities will send the gifts to
different
schools.

NG


Activity 2: Read the conversation again. Decide whether the statements
are true (T), false (F), or not given (NG). Tick the correct box.
T
1. Maria is preparing some gifts for students with
disabilities.

F NG



2. According to Kavin, it is disrespectful to use words
like “dumb” or “deaf”.



3. Local charities will send the gifts to different
schools.
4. Only students at Maria’s chool can join the
campaign.
5. Kevin will donate an educational toy for learning
languages.
6. Maria will plan a visit to a school for children with
disabilities.








Activity 3. Answer the question:
How do you think non-disabled people perceive and treat
people with disability?
/pəˈsiːv /
become aware of st

I think non-disabled people used to think that people
with disabilities always need to be looked after.
However, attitudes have changed.
People with disabilities are now perceived as valued
members of society.


Activity 3. Answer the question:
How do you think non-disabled people perceive and treat
people with disability?
* Example:
I think non-disabled people used to think that people with
disabilities always need to be looked after. However, attitudes have
changed. People with disabilities are now perceived as valued
members of society.
* Useful structure:
- I think/ In my opinion/ As for me……..
- However/ Nevertheless/ Nonetheless …….
- Used to
- Be afraid of one’s appearances
- Be useless and worthless/ the burden of society ……..
- Respect/ finds ways to help/ appreciate highly one’s effort…..


FOR A BETTER LIFE


Homework

- Learn by heart vocabulary.
- Write a paragraph (within 50
words) about what you are going to
do for those in need.


Thanks for your attention !


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