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Premium member Presentation Transcript UNIT 6 : UNIT 6 The young pioneers clubSlide 2: Helping blind people Helping elderly people Helping handicapped children Cleaning up beaches Caring for animals Taking part in sports Getting started Identify the activities that the Ho Chi Minh Young Pioneer and Youth organization (Y&Y) participate in. Check (V) the boxes, then add more activities to the list. V V V X X V Cleaning up the roads/ streets Helping lost people Planting green treesSlide 3: Secretary: Hello. May I help you? Nga: Good morning.I’m enrolling for the activities for this summer. Secretary: Right. Let me get an application form and we can fill it out. What’s your full name, please? Nga: Pham Mai Nga. Secretary: And when were you born? Nga: April 22, 1989. Secretary: Where do you live and do you have a phone number? Nga: I live at 5 Tran Phu Street, and I don’t have a phone at home. Secretary: Now, what are your hobbies? Nga: I like drawing and outdoor activities. And I enjoy acting, too. Secretary: Drawing, outdoor activities, … and acting. Well, please take this form to your teacher and ask her to sign it. Then bring the form back to me. Nga: All right. Thank you. LISTEN AND READSlide 4: Ask and answer the questions about Nga. 1. What is her full name? Her full name is Pham Mai Hoa. 2. Where does she live? She lives at 5 Tran Phu Street. 3. Does she have a phone? No. She doesn’t have a phone. 4. What’s her date of birth? Her date of birth is April 22nd 1989. 5. What are her hobbies? She likes drawing, outdoor activities and acting. Nga Secretary 2. Complete Nga’s details: Name: ………………… Home address:………. Phone number: ……… Date of birth:…………. Sex:…………………… Interests:……………..Slide 5: Name: ……………………………………………….. Home address:…………………………………….… Phone number: ………………………………….…… Date of birth:………………………………………….. Sex:…………………………………………………… Interests:…………………………………………………….. Pham Mai Nga 5 Tran Phu Street No / Not available April, 22 1984 Female Drawing, outdoor activities and actingSlide 8: Receptionist: May I help you? Tourist: Yes. Can you show me the way to the nearest bank? Receptionist: Sure. Turn right when you get out of the hotel. Turn left at the first corner. It’s on your right. Tourist: Thank you very much. Woman: Could you do me a favor, please? Man: Sure. What can I do for you? Woman: Can you help me carry my bags? I’ve hurt my arm. Man: Certainly. I’ll help you. Woman: Thank you very much. That’s very kind of you. a) b)Slide 12: LISTENSlide 13: Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union is an organization for Vietnamese youth from 15 to 30 years of age. The Union builds good character, love for the nation, and encourages good citizenship, soft skills and personal fitness. The Union was founded on March 26, 1931 by the beloved President Ho Chi Minh. It had different names over the years. One of its first names was ‘Vietnam Communist Youth Union’. In December 1976, it was officially named as it is called today: Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. However, people normally use the name ‘The Youth Union’ for short. The Youth Union, together with other youth organizations such as the Young Pioneers Organization, the Vietnam Youth Federation , the Vietnam Students Union , often hold social activities such as Helping the Handicapped, Cleaning the Environment, Green Summer Volunteers Campaign, and other similar movements. These activities aim to help the young develop their public awareness and form their personality. Ever since the Union was founded, its aims and principles, established by president Ho Chi Minh, have been the guidelines for the young Vietnamese people of today and tomorrow. BÀI THAY CHO PHẦN READ TRANG 57, TIẾNG ANH 8Slide 14: 1. Fill in the missing information. a. The Youth Union was founded in ………… b. In ……….…… the Youth Union was officially named as it is today. c. The Youth Union’s activities aim to help the young develop ………… d. Its aims and principles have been …………………… for the young Vietnamese people of today and tomorrow. 2. Answer. Then write the answers in your exercise book. A At what age can one join the Youth Union? B When was the Youth Union founded? C What is the complete name of the Youth Union? D Can you name some social activities of the Youth Union? E What do these activities aim to help? F Who established the guidelines for the Vietnamese youth? G ( open question - optional) What names have the Youth Union had over the years? 1931 12/1976 their public awareness and form their personality the guidelines from 15 to 30 years of age on March 26, 1931 Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union such as Helping the Handicapped, Cleaning the Environment, Green Summer Volunteers Campaign, and other similar movements. the young develop their public awareness and form their personality President Ho Chi Minh One of its first names was ‘Vietnam Communist Youth Union’. In December 1976, it was officially named as it is called today: Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. However, people normally use the name ‘The Youth Union’ for short.Slide 15: 1. Read the passage and complete the letter. November 21, 2003 NOTICE To: All Y&Y members of the school The Y & Y is planning to help the community by encouraging all members to participate in a recycling program. All you have to do is to collect used glass, paper and cans, and send them for recycling. By doing this, we can help save natural resources and earn some money for the organization. Join us and register from today. If possible, you can participate in other programs such as raising funds for the poor, helping street children and planting trees and flowers along the sidewalks or in the parks. The SecretarySlide 16: Dear Linh, I’m glad to tell you that I’m going to have interesting activities. The Y&Y is (0) planning to help the (1) __________. I will participate in its (2) _________ program. In this program, we will (3) _______ glass, used paper and cans. We will (4) __________them for (5) ____________. I hope I can (6) _____________ natural resources and (7) ___________ some money for my school Y&Y in these activities. I also think about (8) _________ in either (9) __________ trees and flowers or (10) _________ street children. It is really interesting, isn’t it ? Write to me soon and tell me all your news. Love, Nga community recycling collect send recycling save earn participating planting helpingSlide 17: Aunt: Hoa, you look very happy today. Anything interesting at school? Hoa: Yes, Aunt. I’m going to join the Y&Y Green Group Aunt: Really? What will you do? Hoa: We are having an environment month. And, we’re going to clean the banks of the lakes on weekends. Aunt: Will you do anything else? Hoa: Oh, yes. We’re going to plant trees and flowers in the school garden and water them every afternoon after class. Aunt: That sounds excellent. Hoa: Yes, it is. And, we’re planting young trees and plants to sell to some schools. We hope to give more green color to the city and earn some money for our school Y&Y. Aunt: You’re really great, Hoa! 2. Read the dialogue between Hoa and her aunt. Then write Hoa’s letter to her parents telling what she is going to do.Slide 23: a. Use the expressions in the box to ask for a favor. The practice the dialogues with a partner 3. Work with a partner. buy a ticket water the flowers in the garden take me across the road A. Woman: Can /Could you help me, please? Man: Yes, certainly. Woman: Can you_____________________? B. Old woman: Could you do me a favor? Boy: What can I do for you? Old woman: Can you________________________? C. Boy: I need a favor. Girl: How can I help? Boy: Could you___________________________? D. Grandpa: Can you help me, please? Niece: Yes, Of course. Grandpa: Can you_________________________? help me with this math problem ?Slide 24: b. Use useful expressions in the boxes on page 55 to complete the dialogues. Then practice the dialogue with a partner. A: _____________ help you? B: Yes. Thank you. Could you fill in this form for me? A: ________________ any help? B: No. Thank you. I’m fine A: Oh. This bag is heavy. B: Let _______________ . A: Yes. That’s ___________________ of you. Do you need me help you very kind May/Can ISlide 25: 4.1 Used to : đã thường , diễn tả thói quen trong quá khứ nay không còn nữa: I used to come here when I was a child. Before we had television, people used to make their own entertainment. What kind of books did you use to read as a child? 4.2 Be used to : quen thuộc với (+ gerund) ( = be accustomed to) We 're used to living in big cities now. We are from different cultures. You are used to having fish for breakfast. I am used to having cheese and bread for breakfast. 4.3 Get used to và get accustomed to + gerund có nghĩa tương tự như be used to , nhưng get (= become) nhấn mạnh mức độ tăng dần của thói quen theo thời gian. My sister moved to Canada. After a while she got used to living in a cold climate. NHỮNG LỖI THƯỜNG PHẠM Nhầm lẫn giữa used to và be used to : *We were used to live in New Zealand, but now I live in Australia. [phải dùng used to ] *Mary has lived in Thailand for a long time. She used to living in warm weather. [phải dùng is used to ] Dùng sai hình thức của động từ theo sau be/get used to và be/get accustomed to : *I have lived in London for a year but I never get used to drive on the left. [phải dùng gerund ( driving ) sau các động từ trên] 4. USED TO & BE/GET USED TOCan you guess who they are?: Can you guess who they are? Where are they from?Who is he ?: Who is he ?Read the passage and find out : “Is BSA mainly for boys or girls ?”: Read the passage and find out : “ Is BSA mainly for boys or girls ?” Like the Y & Y, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is a youth organization. It builds character, and encourages good citizenship and personal fitness. Scouting began in England in 1907. Two years later an American businessman, William Boyce, got lost in London. A boy helped him and explained that he was a scout. This meeting led to the Scouts Association crossing the Atlantic in 1910. Although scouting is mainly for boys, there are organizations similar to the BSA which girls can join. The Girl Guides Association and the coeducational Camp Fire Boys and Girls, both of which started in 1910, are two such groups. In 1994, there were 5,400,000 scouts in America. Now scouting is popular worldwide. The Scouting Association has more than 25 million members, making it the largest voluntary youth organization in the world. Although each nation's scouting program differs slightly, the three aims, established in 1907, are the same for the 21 st century.Who are they ?: Who are they ? GIRL SCOUT BOY SCOUTWhat is this ?: What is this ? CAMP FIREMatch: Match The beginning of the Scout Association . William Boyce was introduced to scouting. over five million scouts in the BSA. the founding of the Girl Guides Association and Camp Fire Boys and Girls. 1910 1909 1907 1994Read and decide: Read and decide TRUE or FALSE STATEMENTS 1. The Y&Y of Vietnam and the BSA of America are youth organizations. 2. The beginning of the Scout Association was in 1909. 3. BSA is mainly for boys. 4.William Boyce was a Londoner who got lost in America. 5. There are no organizations for girls to join in America. 6. The Scouting Association is the largest voluntary youth organization in the world. 7. Scouting program of each nation is different. 8. The 3 aims , established in 1907 ,are no longer suitable for the 21 st century. T F T F F T T FANSWER THE QUESTIONS: ANSWER THE QUESTIONS a) When did scouting begin in England? b) What led to the Scouts Association crossing the Atlantic in 1910? c) What are the scouting groups that girls can join? d) What are the three aims of the scouting program? Scouting began in England in 1907. Girls can join in the Girl Guides Association and Camp Fire Boys and Girls. The three aims are building character, good citizenship and personal fitness. 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