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Unit 5: What do you want to do?. Main points. Before reading While reading After you read. What can you see?. Drinking Beer. Fighting. Arguing with parents. Smoking. Discussion Questions. The Teenage years can be difficult for parents? Do you think so? Why or Why not?

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unit 5 what do you want to do
Unit 5:

What do you want to do?

main points
Main points

Before reading

While reading

After you read

what can you see
What can you see?

Drinking Beer

Fighting

discussion questions
Discussion Questions

The Teenage years can be difficult for parents? Do you think so? Why or Why not?

What can go wrong?

Why do teenagers feel the need to rebel their parents?

work in groups
Work in groups

Telling lies

Playing truant

Drinking alcohol

Arguing with parents stealing

Taking drugs

cheating

Swearing

fighting and bullying

vocabulary
Vocabulary

Body piercing

vocabulary1
Vocabulary

feel sorry for sth: to feel sympathy for

have a drug problem: to be addicted to drug

out of control: unable to manage something

questions for reading text
Questions for reading text

In what ways, is life at the camp different for the teenagers?

What do they learn to do?

When can they go home?

How did the camp change them?

What are their hope and ambitions now?

after reading
After reading

Let work with your partner and discuss some questions

Do you feel sorry for the teenagers or their parents?

Why is physical activities important?