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  1. Unit 6 Super parents, super kidsDo you have any family problems? (speaking)

  2. Profile Name:Danny Age:15 Lives in: Fanling Family members: Father, Mother,2 younger brothers, 1 younger sister. Character: rebellious Hobbies: Write journal, play computer games

  3. Monday I argued with my Dad about money. I want more pocket money to buy iPhone 

  4. Tuesday My mum complaint about my result. I got B+, but she asked why couldn’t I get A.

  5. Wednesday My mum forced me to tidy up my room because it’s too messy.

  6. Thursday I fought with my younger brother because he used my computer. My mother said I should let him play it first. I want to play Monster Hunter!!!

  7. Friday My mum said that I went out with Susan too often. I should not have a girlfriend when I am still in secondary school.

  8. Interview your neighbour.. In the past week… Have you argued with your parents? What is it about? What did you do after you argue? • Apologize (e.gWrite a letter to your parents) • Go back to your room • Ring your friends • Talk with your brother/sister • Hit the pillow • Run away from home • Others….

  9. Danny’s Family Rules Put a if you think it is reasonable, a if you think it is unreasonable

  10. Now… Check your answers with your neighbour. Are there any differences? First: Ask him/her: Why do you think No. ___ is reasonable/unreasonable? Second: Tell him/her your view: I disagree with you, because…

  11. Set your own family rules Step 1 : Set 5 family rules in Part C that you think your family will also agree with

  12. Step 2: Exchange your worksheet with your neighbour. Put a if you think it is reasonable, a if you think it is unreasonable

  13. Now… Tell him/her your view: • For rule no. ___, I think it is reasonable, because… • For rule no. ___, I think it is unreasonable, because…