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Look at the picture, answer these questions:. Warm-up. Where is the class situated? What do you think about the number of students in class? Is the class well- equipped ?. 1.Maybe in the midland/ lowland 2. There are few students in classroom.

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Look at the picture, answer these questions:

Warm-up

Where is the class situated?

What do you think about the number of students in class?

Is the class well- equipped ?

1.Maybe in the midland/ lowland

2. There are few students in classroom.

3. The class lack of a lot of vital equipment.

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Unit 5

Illiteracy

Section A: Reading

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New words

  • illiterate (adj)= unable to read & write ≠ literate (adj)

illiteracy (n)

Ex: In the rural areas, illiteracy is widespread.

  • campaign (n) planned group of activities used to achieve some aims
  • consult (v) get information or advice from a person, book, etc.
  • eradicate (v) get rid of completely/ destroy sth bad

Ex: The government is trying to eradicate illiteracy.

  • ethnic minority (n) dântộcthiểusố

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n ew words
New words
  • highland(n): area with mountains or hills
  • honorable (a): honest and fair, or deserving praise and respect
  • lifeguard (n): person whose job is saving people
  • low-income (adj): low earned money
  • maturity (n): develop mentally/ physically
  •  immaturity
  • motivate (v): make someone want to do something well
  • Ex: Teacher tries to motivate students to learn.
  •  motivation (n)

a:

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n ew words1
New words
  • promote (v):encourage
  • promotion (n)
  • Ex: Educators promote students’ learning by helping them mentally and financially.
  • decline (v)= reduce (v)
  • rise (n/v)= increase
  • regulation (n) official rule
  • relevant (a) connected with
  • shortage (n) not enough of something
  • Ex: There is a shortage of teacher in highland.

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New words
  • society (n) organization
  • strategy (n): skill of planning for achieve success in sth
  • Ex:Students should know some strategies in reading.
  • strength (n)≠ weakness (n)
  • survey (n) examination of opinions, behaviour
  • tutoring (a): phụđạo
  • universalisation(n) phổcập

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Vocabulary

literate

illiterate

illiteracy

campaign

consult

decline

eradicate

ethnic minority

highlands

honorablelifeguard low-incomematurityimmaturitymotivate

motivationdecline reduce

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Vocabulary

riseincreaseregulationrelevantshortagesociety

strategy strength weaknesssurveytutoringuniversalisation

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1

Match the phrases on the left to the right Vietnamese equivalents on the right:

Illiteracy Eradiation

HộikhuyếnhọcViệt Nam

Vietnam Society of Learning Promotion

Phổcậpgiáodụctiểuhọc

Universalization of Primary Education

Sựxóamùchữg

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2

  • Rearrange these statements in order:
    • A. A campaign for Illiteracy Eradiation.
    • B. An introduction of Illiteracy Eradiation.
    • C. The result of the campaign for Illiteracy Eradiation.
    • D. Some students’ activities to help Illiteracy Eradiation.

 B- A- D- C

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3

Complete the table below:

600

1200

800

4263

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By July 2000, Vietnam had completed the programs “Illiteracy Eradiation” successfully.

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TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

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There were a few students taking part in the “campaign for Illiteracy eradiation” and they were happy to do this.

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TRUE

FALSE

FALSE

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The literacy rate in Highlands in 2002 was 45 %.

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

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  • The literacy rate in Highlands was higher than other regions.

TRUE

TRUE

FALSE

work in groups of 5 6 discuss these following questions
Work in groups of 5-6, discuss these following questions:

1. What is the text mainly about?

2. What are some possible causes of high illiteracy rate in Vietnam?

3. What can we do to help illiterate people around us?

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Home work

Prepare Part B- Listening