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Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Welcome to our class 20-11PowerPoint Presentation: BuffaloesPowerPoint Presentation: RiverPowerPoint Presentation: CottagePowerPoint Presentation: Paddy fieldPowerPoint Presentation: IN THE COUNTRYSIDEPowerPoint Presentation: Cathedral Supermarket Traffic jam Post office IN THE CITYPowerPoint Presentation: UNIT 8 COUNTRY LIFE AND CITY LIFE A. Getting started City Countryside noisy quiet / peaceful traffic jam pollution buildings kinds of goods entertainments no traffic jam fresh air cottages fresh foods beautiful views Make a list of the differences between the countryside and the city. The words in the box may help you.PowerPoint Presentation: 1. Na went to the countryside for two days. 2. Many things are changing in the countryside. 3. Na wants to live there permanently. 4. Hoa prefers the countryside because doesn’t want F T F T the weekend people are friendly and the air is clean. check guess T T T T F F F F Discuss & Guess Hoa NaPowerPoint Presentation: Match the words or phrase in column A to its definition or meaning in column B 1. permanent 2. remote 3. entertainment 4. accessible 5. medical facilities 6. province 1. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ 4. _____ 5. _____ 6. _____ d. Lasting for a long time c. Far away from where other people live e. Films, music, etc …used to interest f. Possible to be reached a. Medical equipment b. The part of a country A B d c e f a bPowerPoint Presentation: permanently ( adv): 6. medical facilities (n) I. New words 1. permanent (adj) 2. remote (adj) = far (adj) 4. access (v) accessible (adj) entertainment (n) 3. entertain (v) 5. province (n) access (n)PowerPoint Presentation: II. Grammar 1. What are many remote areas getting? 2. How is life in the provinces changing? Many remote areas are getting electricity. Life in the provinces is changing for the better. The present progressive tense talking about changes.PowerPoint Presentation: Hoa: Hi, Na. Have you been away? Na : Yes. I went to the countryside for the weekend. Hoa : Where did you go? Na : I went to Kim Lien. It’s a village. Some of my relatives live there. Hoa: I’ ve heard it’s a beautiful place . Na : It is. And it’s very quiet and peaceful. I had a really nice weekend, but I don’t want to live there permanently. Hoa: Why not? Na : It’s too quiet. There is nothing to do. Hoa: Yes, but things are changing in the countryside. Na : Such as? Hoa : Many remote areas are getting electricity. People can now have things like refrigerators and... Na : And TV. Hoa: That too. TV is bringing not only information but also entertainment. And medical facilities are more easily accessible too. Life in the provinces is definitely changing for the better. Na : But the city has so much more to offer. Hoa: In many ways, I prefer the countryside. Life is simple, people are friendly and the air is clean. 1. Listen and read, then practice the dialogue with a partnerPowerPoint Presentation: 2. Practice in pair ask and answer the questions a. Where has Na been? b. How long was she there? c. What is her opinion of the countryside? Na says “ There is nothing to do”, what does she mean by this? What are some of the changes that Hoa mentions?PowerPoint Presentation: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Lucky numberPowerPoint Presentation: Where has Na been? She has been to Kim Lien village.PowerPoint Presentation: How long was she there? She was there for one day.PowerPoint Presentation: What is her opinion of the countryside? The countryside is peaceful and quiet and there is nothing to do.PowerPoint Presentation: Na says, ‘There is nothing to do.’ What does she mean by this? There are no libraries, no movies, no supermarkets, no zoos……to go.PowerPoint Presentation: What are some of the changes that Hoa mentions? Many remote areas are getting electricity. People can now have things like refrigerators and TV, and medical facilities.PowerPoint Presentation: Lucky numberPowerPoint Presentation: Lucky numberPowerPoint Presentation: Lesson 1 : Getting started – Listen and read Hoa’s opinions Na’s opinionsPowerPoint Presentation: Lesson 1 : Getting started – Listen and read - Things are changing in the countryside - Life in the provinces is definitely changing for the better. - She prefers the countryside. - The countryside is too quiet. There is nothing to do. - She doesn’t want to live there permanently. - The city has so much more to offerPowerPoint Presentation: Do you prefer the city or the countryside? Why? DiscussionPowerPoint Presentation: Homework Learn by heart the new words and structure. Practice reading the dialogue. Answer the question: Do you prefer the countryside or the city? Why? 4. Prepare: Speak (unit 8).PowerPoint Presentation: Thanks for your cooperation ! You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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