Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 1: The generation gap, Lesson 8: Looking back and project - Năm học 2022-2023 - Lớp 11A3 - Trường THPT Hoài Đức

Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 1: The generation gap, Lesson 8: Looking back and project - Năm học 2022-2023 - Lớp 11A3 - Trường THPT Hoài Đức

If you just live with your parents and your siblings, you live in a

____________________.

2. My grandparents and I like to listen to the same music, so there isn’t always a ___________________.

3. If you want to learn English quickly, you should join a _______________programme in an English speaking country.

4. ________________ in a multi-generational family are unavoidable.

5. I have a 9p.m________________. I would be punished if I returned home after that time.

 

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THE GENERATION GAP 
Looking back and project 
Vocabulary 
FAMILY 
Extended family 
one-parent family 
Task 2: Can you find other compound nouns with the words family? Use a dictionary, if necessary 
Vocabulary 
Extended family 
one-parent family 
single-parent family 
family name 
family tree 
family doctor 
Task 2: Can you find other compound nouns with the words family? Use a dictionary, if necessary 
FAMILY 
Vocabulary 
a. curfew 
Task 1: Fill the gaps with the words/ phrases from the box. 
b. generation gap 
c. homestay 
d. conflicts 
e. nuclear family 
If you just live with your parents and your siblings, you live in a 
____________________. 
2. My grandparents and I like to listen to the same music, so there isn’t always a ___________________. 
3. If you want to learn English quickly, you should join a _______________programme in an English speaking country. 
4. ________________ in a multi-generational family are unavoidable. 
5. I have a 9p.m________________. I would be punished if I returned home after that time. 
e. nuclear family 
b. generation gap 
c. homestay 
d. conflicts 
a. curfew 
Grammar 
Task 1: Complete the following sentences with should or ought to in either positive or negative form. 
I’m having so much fun at the party, but I _____________ go home now to revise the grammar points for my English test tomorrow. 
Your English is very good. You ______________ worry so much. You _______________ relax now. 
I have prepared carefully for the test. I know I_____________ panic, but I can’t help it. 
You _________________ create problems for yourself now. Instead, you _________________ take a break. 
ought to 
shouldn’t 
ought to 
shouldn’t 
oughtn’t to 
should 
Grammar 
Task 2: Complete the following sentences with must/mustn’t or have to/has to or don’t have to/ doesn’t have to 
I____________ wash up after dinner, and my brother __________ clean the floor. That’s the rule in my family. 
You ___________argue with your father all the time. Try to listen to his advice. 
You _____________ wear a nice dress tonight. You can’t go to the concert in these old jeans. 
I like Sundays because I ________________get up early 
have to 
has to 
mustn’t 
must 
don’t have to 
Pronunciation 
Task 1: Identify the stressed words and put a stress mark (‘) before their stressed syllables in the following statements. Listen and check your answers 
1. Tim and his ____________ often __________ about what ___________ he should __________ home. 
2. ____________ is a _____________ of ____________ for many________________. 
3. Susan’s parents________ her to do __________ in _________, and if that doesn’t__________, her parents get__________, so she gets________________. 
4. Kate’s parents often_______________ that she__________ help_______________ the ____________. 
1. Tim and his ‘ parents often ‘ argue about what ‘ time he should ‘ come home. 
2. ‘ Money is a ‘ source of ‘ conflict for many ‘ families . 
3. Susan’s parents ‘ want her to do ‘ well in ‘ school , and if that doesn’t ‘ happen , her parents get ‘ angry , so she gets ‘ worried 
4. Kate’s parents often com’plain that she ‘ doesn’t help ‘ clean the ‘ house . 
Pronunciation 
Task 2: Identify the stressed words and put a stress mark (‘) before their stressed syllables. Listen and check your answers 
1. A: At what __________ were you __________ to _________at________alone?. 
B: I don’t______exactly. I _______it was when I was___or _____ 
2. A. These _______ look really _________. Would you _____ to _______ them ________? 
B. No, I don’t _________ them. I like_______ over _______. 
1. A : At what ‘ age were you a’llowed to ‘ stay at ‘ home a’lone ? 
B: I don’t re’member exactly. I ‘ think it was when I was ‘ nine or ‘ ten 
2. A. These ‘ jeans look really ‘ cool . Would you ‘ like to ‘ try them ‘ on ? 
B. No, I don’t ‘ like them. I like ‘ those over ‘ there . 
3. A. Do you think______ is _______ in the ____________? 
3. A . Do you think ‘ life is ‘ safer in the ‘ countryside ? 
 Yes, I____. It’s also__________. 
B. Yes, I ‘ do . It’s also ‘ cleaner 
Title Layout 
Subtitle 
THE GENERATION GAP 
Title and content layout with list 
Add your first bullet point here 
Add your second bullet point here 
Add your third bullet point here 
CONTENTS 
1. WHAT IS THE GENERATION GAP? 
2. THE CONFLICTS BETWEEN GENERATIONS 
3. CAUSES 
4. EFFECTS 
5. SOLUTIONS 
WHAT IS THE GENERATION GAP? 
A generation gap or generational gap is a difference of opinions between one generation and another regarding beliefs, politics, or values. 
In today's usage, generation gap often refers to a perceived gap between younger people and their parents or grandparents. 
THE CONFLICTS BETWEEN GENERATIONS 
MUSIC 
CLOTHES 
HAIRSTYLES 
STUDIES 
You don’t study enough! 
SWEARING 
TECHNOLOGICAL GAP 
BODY PIERCING 
CAUSES 
CAUSES 
Parents do not treat their kids as their age. 
Accusing each other at every topic. 
Unnecessary worry of the parents about their kids. 
Difference between their ideas. 
Expectations of the parents to their children 
Parents do not aware about the modern world. 
Parents’ interference in study/life 
Forcing ideas on children 
Finding fault with children 
Not living up to parents’ expectations 
Children’s self-centeredness & immaturity 
Lack of communication 
A growing desire for puppy love 
CAUSES 
EFFECTS 
Social Effects 
“Experience and Energy together can make this planet so beautiful and lovely”. 
POSSITIVE EFFECTS 
Destroy the traditional values, ideas of old people. 
Lack of understanding that exists between the different age groups. 
Technological advances between generations 
NEGATIVE EFFECTS 
SOLUTIONS 
Provides some family time 
Make relation between children 
Parents should be up to date 
Develop understanding 
Avoid putting too much pressure on the children 
Be good method 
RULES FOR OLD GENERATION 
Respect the older 
Give help 
Pay attention to their behavior 
Pass some time with them 
RULES FOR YOUNG GENERATION 
Title Layout 
Subtitle 
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