Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 3: Becoming independent - Lesson 1: Getting started

Bài giảng Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 3: Becoming independent - Lesson 1: Getting started

Mai: I can see that you and Hoang Minh have become close

 friends, Lan.

Lan: We have. I really like him because he doesn't rely on other

people for help and isn't influenced by other people's opinions.

Mai: I see. So he's very independent.

Lan: Yes. He's also a very responsible student.

He always completes his tasks on time, and never needs to be

 reminded about assignments and other schoolwork.

Mai: Right.

Lan: He's also reliable. Last week, our group worked on a project

 and he was assigned the most difficult part of it. He tried very hard

and did it well.

Mai: It's good to have a friend you can rely on. He seems very

 determined.

Lan: He is. Last month, we were given a very hard Maths problem.

 While most of us gave up, he spent the whole night on it and

solved it in the end.

 

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­Welcome to our class !Look through the pictures and read all the quotes there, then answer the questions1. What does “independent” mean?2. How many steps do you know to become an independent person?3. Are you an independent person?1. It means not to be influenced or controlled by others in matters of opinion, conduct, etc.; thinking or acting for oneself.+ Believe in yourself+ Learn to Cook+ Stop comparing yourself+ Start Earning+ Start Saving Money+ Plan a Budget+ Have a ConversationLesson 1- Getting startedAn independent personActivity 1: Listen and read.Activity 1: Listen and read.Mai: I can see that you and Hoang Minh have become close friends, Lan.Lan: We have. I really like him because he doesn't rely on other people for help and isn't influenced by other people's opinions.Mai: I see. So he's very independent.Lan: Yes. He's also a very responsible student. He always completes his tasks on time, and never needs to be reminded about assignments and other schoolwork.Mai: Right.Lan: He's also reliable. Last week, our group worked on a project and he was assigned the most difficult part of it. He tried very hard and did it well.Mai: It's good to have a friend you can rely on. He seems very determined.Lan: He is. Last month, we were given a very hard Maths problem. While most of us gave up, he spent the whole night on it and solved it in the end.Activity 1: Listen and read.Mai: That's amazing!Lan: Yeah. Even our Maths teacher was very surprised to read his answer.Another good thing about him is that he's self-reliant. He always tries to find solutions to his problems and seldom needs help from others.Mai: His parents must be really pleased to have such a son.Lan: Of course. He also helps around the house a lot. But he still has time to read, so he's well-informed about what's happening around the world.It's interesting to talk to him.Mai: I'll talk to him sometime.Lan: Yes, you should. He's also very confident and decisive. He always believes in himself, and I really admire his ability to make decisions so Quickly. He's a very independent person!Mai: That's great! You're lucky to have a close friend like him.Activity 2. Answer the questions about the conversation.Why does Lan like Minh?Why does Lan think Minh is a very responsible student?What is an example showing that Minh is very determined?Why does Lan think that Minh is self - reliant?What are the characteristics of an independent person according to Lan and Mai?6. Which of Minh's characteristics do you have? Which do you like most?Why does Lan like Minh?Because Minh doesn’t rely on other people for help and isn’t influenced by other people’s opinions. Lan: We have. I really like him because he doesn't rely on other people for help and isn't influenced by other people's opinions2. Why does Lan think Minh is a very responsible student?Because he always completes his tasks on time, and never needs to be reminded about assignments and other schoolwork. Lan: Yes. He's also a very responsible student. He always completes his tasks on time, and never needs to be reminded about assignments and other schoolwork.3. What is an example showing that Minh is very determined?He tried hard and spent the whole night on a hard Maths problem when most students in the class had given up.Lan: He is. Last month, we were given a very hard Maths problem. While most of us gave up, he spent the whole night on it and solved it in the end.4. Why does Lan think that Minh is self - reliant? He always tries to find solutions to his problems and seldom needs help from others. Lan: Yeah. Even our Maths teacher was very surprised to read his answer.Another good thing about him is that he's self-reliant. He always tries to find solutions to his problems and seldom needs help from others.5. What are the characteristics of an independent person according to Lan and Mai? Responsible, reliable, self – reliant, determined, well-informed, decisive and confident.=> Well-informed, self-reliant. I like his determination most because I think this will greatly help him to overcome difficulties and achieve any targets that he aims for. I will try my best to follow his example. 6. Which of Minh's characteristics do you have? Which do you like most?Activity 2. Answer the following questions.1. Because Minh doesn’t rely on other people for help and isn’t influenced by other people’s opinions. 2. Because he always completes his tasks on time, and never needs to be reminded about assignments and other schoolwork. 3. He tried hard and spent the whole night on a hard Maths problem when most students in the class had given up.4. He always tries to find solutions to his problems and seldom needs help from others. 5. Responsible, reliable, self – reliant, determined, well-informed, decisive and confident.Act 3. Read the conversation again. Match the words with their definitions. reliable 2. determined 3. self-reliant 4. well-informed 5. confident 6. decisive a. feeling certain about your own ability to do things and be successful b. able to make decisions quicklyc. strongly motivated to do something and not allowing anyone or any difficulties to stop you.d. that can be trusted to do something well; that you can rely on.e. capable of doing or deciding things byyourself, rather than depending on other people for helpf. having a lot of knowledge about current topics or a particular subjectreliable /rɪˈlaɪəbl ̩/ (adj)2. determined /dɪˈtɜːmɪnd/ (adj): 3. self-reliant /ˌself rɪˈlaɪənt/ (adj): 4. well-informed /ˌwel ɪnˈfɔːmd/ (adj): 5. confident /ˈkɔnfɪdənt/ (adj): 6. decisive /dɪˈsaɪsɪv/ (adj)*Activity 4. Find the sentences with to-infinitives after adjectives or nouns in the conversation and write them in the space below.Form:NounAdjective Eg. I’m very glad to see you again. + to - infinitive Activity 4: Find the sentences with to-infinitives after adjectives or nouns in the conversation and write them in the space below.Mai: I can see that you and Hoang Minh have become close friends, Lan.Lan: We have. I really like him because he doesn't rely on other people for help and isn't influenced by other people's opinions.Mai: I see. So he's very independent.Lan: Yes. He's also a very responsible student. He always completes his tasks on time, and never needs to be reminded about assignments and other schoolwork.Mai: Right.Lan: He's also reliable. Last week, our group worked on a project and he was assigned the most difficult part of it. He tried very hard and did it well.Mai: It's good to have a friend you can rely on. He seems very determined.Lan: He is. Last month, we were given a very hard Maths problem. While most of us gave up, he spent the whole night on it and solved it in the end.Mai: That's amazing!Lan: Yeah. Even our Maths teacher was very surprised to read his answer.Another good thing about him is that he's self-reliant. He always tries to find solutions to his problems and seldom needs help from others.Mai: His parents must be really pleased to have such a son.Lan: Of course. He also helps around the house a lot. But he still has time to read, so he's well-informed about what's happening around the world. It's interesting to talk to him.Mai: I'll talk to him sometime.Lan: Yes, you should. He's also very confident and decisive. He always believes in himself, and I really admire his ability to make decisions so Quickly. He's a very independent person!Mai: That's great! You're lucky to have a close friend like him.Activity 4: Find the sentences with to-infinitives after adjectives or nouns in the conversation and write them in the space below.*Which characteristics do we need to become an independent person?reliableconfidentwell-informeddecisivedeterminedresponsibleAN INDEPENDENT PERSONself-reliantHome work- Do extra exercise about words and phrases related to being independent (see handout 2)- Read unit 3 - Lesson 2- Language at homeExtra ExerciseCircle the letter A, B, c, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following sentence.1. When getting into troubles, Jack never __________ on other people for help. He always solves them on his own.A. determines B. influences C. relies D. manages2. He suffered _________ serious depression after losing his beloved pet.A. in B. from C. with D. for3. It was essential for him to be financially_________ of his parents, so hedecided to find a part-time job.A. tependent B. independent C. dependable D. undependable4. My parents are glad_______ my success in finding a job after graduation.A. to see B. seeing C. see D. saw5. It is unnecessary for_______ to do this task. It’s not ours.A. we B. us C. they D. ourThanks for your attention !

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