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Appreciation. M-O-T-H-E-R "M" is for the million things she gave us "O" means only that she's growing old "T" is for the tears she shed to save us "H" is for her heart of purest gold "E" is for her eyes, with love-light shining "R" means right, right she'll always be.

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appreciation
Appreciation

M-O-T-H-E-R

"M" is for the million things she gave us

"O" means only that she's growing old

"T" is for the tears she shed to save us

"H" is for her heart of purest gold

"E" is for her eyes, with love-light shining

"R" means right, right she'll always be.

unit 2 chilling out with the folks

Unit 2 Chilling Out with the Folks

Warming up (20min, including oral report)

Speaking(40min)

Listening and Speaking(25min)

Assignment(5min)

warming up

Oral Report

Warming up
  • Is there a harmonious relationship between your parents and you?
  • Are you a little homesick?
  • Would you like to stay with your parents? Why?
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2. New Words:

chill out: (informal) to relax and stop feeling angry or nervous about sth.

e.g. Sit down and ~.

folks: [pl](informal) the members of your family, especially your parents.

e.g. How are your ~?

offensive: rude

e.g. His comments were deeply ~ to a large number of single mothers.

tolerance: the willingness to accept or tolerate sb/sth.

e.g. She had no ~ for jokes of any kind.

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bridge the gap/divide between A and B: reduce or get rid of the differences that exist between two things or groups of people.

divide: a difference between two groups of people that separates them from each other.

e.g. the North/South ~

3. Listen to a passage

and number the sentences

in Page 18.

speaking role play
Speaking------Role Play

Topic: Puppy Love

Group work: a mother, a father, a child. Parents try their best to persuade the child to give up the puppy love.

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Warnings:

a. "Parents" should be in real parents' shoes.

b. "Children" are no longer the traditional ones. You have a right to defend yourselves.

group discussion
Group Discussion

a. According to the following pictures, describe them in English.

b. What do you think about those pictures?

listening and speaking
Listening and Speaking
  • Listen to a passage and answer the questions in Page 27.
  • Answers(keywords)

independent, waste your life, powerless, talk to you, love you.

3 which of the reasons mentioned in the passage apply to your parents
3. Which of the reasons mentioned in the passage apply to your parents?

4. What can you do to help ease your parents’ fears?

Hints: seek their advice

let them meet your friends

spend time with them

respect them sincerely

assignment
Assignment

Prepare a three-minute oral report on one of the following topics or any other topic related to what you have learned in this unit. You will be asked to present it in the next class.

A family story

My ideal parents

My father/mother