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Warmly welcome to our class. Warm-up. 1. What leisure activities do you see in these picture?. 2. Do you think English people often do them in their spare time?. swimming. 3. How about Vietnamese people? Do they like these activities?. walking. UNIT 14: RECREATION. B: SPEAKING.

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Warm-up

1. What leisure activities do you see in these picture?

2. Do you think English people often do them in their spare time?

swimming

3. How about Vietnamese people? Do they like these activities?

walking

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UNIT 14: RECREATION

B: SPEAKING

Expressing agreement and disagreement

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TASK 1:

Example:

I think Hoa looks more beatiful with that new hairstyle

_ Agree : I agree with you

_Disagree: I don’t think so. I think she looks terrible.

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Task 1: The following are some phrases that can be used to express agreement or disagreement. Put (A) beside an expression of agreement and (D) beside an expression of disagreement

____ 1. I quite agree with you.

____ 2. That’s a good idea, but….

____ 3. Great!

____ 4. I can’t agree with you more.

____ 5. I don’t think that’s a good idea.

____ 6. Yes, let’s do that.

____ 7. That’s a good idea.

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Agreement (A):

I quite agree with you.

Great!

I can’t agree with you more.

Yes, let’s do that.

That’s a good idea.

Disagreement (D):

That’s a good idea, but….

I don’t think that’s a good idea.

Task 1:The following are some phrases that can be used to express agreement or disagreement. Put (A) beside an expression of agreement and (D) beside an expression of disagreement

expressing agreement and disagreement
Agreement (A):

For sure

You are exactly right

Disagreement (D):

That’s not a good idea.

I respect your opinion, but…..

I don’t think so.

I don’t see it that way

You could be right, but….

Expressing agreement and disagreement:
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SITUATIONS:Expressing agreement and disagreement

1._You: In my opinion, the weather in Hue is getting better and better

_ Your friend :……………………………….

2._ You: It seems to me that studying late at nigh is more effective than in the daytime.

_ Your friend :……………………………..

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TASK 2:The students of class 11A2 will have a two-day holiday. They are discussing whether they should go on a camping holiday.Read and practise the conversation

A: Let’s go camping.

B: Yes, let’s do that. Then we can rest and enjoy ourselves in the quite countryside.

C: Oh, I don’t thik it’s a good idea. If we go camping, we’ll have to bring a lot of equipment with us

Some phrase (A) and (D):

(A): Yes, let’s do that.

(D): I don’t think it’s a good idea.

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Reasons for agreeing:

1. can enjoy spectacular scenery.

2. can have a lot of outdoor activities.

3. can get close to nature

4. can enjoy the trees, flowers and the wildlife.

5. can become more active.

Reasons for disagreeing:

1. have to bring a lot of equipment and supples which are quite heavy.

2. have to eat bread for two days, which is not very pleasant.

3. have to hire a coach, which costs a lot of money.

4. have to sleep in a tent, the weather might be bad.

Task 3: Work in groups. Imagine you are the students of class 11A2. Continue the discussion. Express agreement or disagreement, using the reasons below

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CONSOLIDATION

Discussing about expressing agreements and disagreements about entertaiment activities and stating the reasons.

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HOMEWORK

1. Doing Task 4

2. Leaning to express agreement and disagreement

3. Preparing part C: Listening (Unit 14)

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