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Speaking and Reading
Warming up Think about the things you do to help other people. Interview three classmates and write their answers on the survey form below. What do you do to help… name: 1. Your parents? 2. Other relatives? 3. Your friends? 4. People in your community? 5. People outside your community? name:
Have you ever tried to send a gift or something to the children in poor areas or countries?
Today, we can have access to a web site.
Find the correct words for the explanations. 1) Book or booklet containing a complete list of items, usually in a special order and with a description of each. catalogue 2) to buy something with money purchase 3) Part of a plant from which a new plant of the same kind can grow. seed 4) to join things or repair or make something using a needle and thread sew 5) To give (money, goods, etc), especially to a charity. donate
6) Far away from othe communities, houses. remote 7)money received over a certain time, especially as payment for work. income 8)to Work or to be in action. operate 9)to take part (in an activity) participate 10)In another or different way. otherwise
1. What does the page show you? The page shows some unusual gifts you can buy for those who need them. 2. Where is the list of gifts? On the left side of the page below the photo. 3. In what kind of order are the gifts listed? How much are cheapest and dearest gift? The gifts are listed in the order of price. The cheapest gift costs you 5 dollars and the dearest one costs you 1, 350 dollars. 4. Where is the gift card? On the right side of the page above the photo. 5. What do the photos show you? The photo on the left shows a woman working on a sewing machine. The on the right shows a group of children. They are all from the world’s poorest areas and need help.
On the Internet page, when you click on each gift, you get a description of that gift. In pairs, write the correct gift(A to U) from the internet page next to each description below.
1. This gift allows a woman who is a trained tailor to make some income, giving her and her family a better future. (India, tanzania, kenya) N 2. This gift gives a man or a woman the opportunity to acquire basic reading and writing, and life skills. Adults develop the confidence to participate in the social, economic and political lives of their communities. (nepal, India, bangladesh, Uganda) G 3. This gift covers the cost of production and distribution of seedings, as well as training in tree care for the local villages who are working hard to prevent their land from turning into desert. (Kenya, Tanzania, India) T 4. This gift buys a goat. A goat gives milk and is a valuable income. Goats increase in number quickly and add much to a family’s food and financial security. They are easy and fun for children to care for. (Nepal, India, Uganda) 5. This gift covers the cost of exercise books and textbooks for community primary schools that operate in poor or remote villages. (Southern Sudan) J Q 6. This gift gives a child a good start in life. Community schools provide good quality education for children who would otherwise have no opportunity to attend school. (Bangladesh, Kenya, Uganda) I
Discussing Topic one: Imagine you and your classmates want to donate some of your pocket money to help those in need in another country. Work as a team and decide what would you like to buy a gift from “the World’s Most Useful Catalogue”? Do you think that gifts like those in “The World’s Most Useful Catalogue” are a good idea? Give at least two reasons for your answers.
Topic two: Add to the gift list on the Internet page three more gifts that you think might be important for those in need in another country. Share your choice with another group and give at least two reasons for your choice.
1. Preview the reading text”A LETTER HOME” 2. Do exercises in Learning about Languae.