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  1. Women`s Work? The Topic of this unit is household chores & who does them Reading one is a humorous poem detailing household chores & how people feel about doing them. Reading Two is about what kinds of chores people currently do & what kinds of cleaning products are most typically used . Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  2. What are the people in the picture doing ?How do you think they feel? Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  3. VOCABULARY FOR COMPREHENSION PAGE 103 1. e to clean the windows 2. h to dust the furniture 3. d to make clothes whiter 4. k to mop the floor 5. f to polish a silver cup 6. i to scrub a pot or skillet(frying pan) 7. g to scrub the tub or sink 8. c to wash clothes 9. b to wash the dishes 10. a to wax furniture 11. j to wipe the table Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  4. Reading One: Housework Page 104 Mowing the Lown is not a housework, it`s a yardwork READING FOR MAIN IDEAS Check: 2 & 4 Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  5. READING FOR DETAILS Page 106 1. Line 5 2. Line 7 3. Line16,17,18 4. Line 19, 20, 21 5. Line 26 6. Line 32 7. Line 33, 34, 35 Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  6. REACTING TO THE READING Page 107 Advertisers :1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 7 & 10 Poet: 2, 5, 6, & 9 Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  7. READING TWO:Good-Bye to (Some)Housework Page 108 Because they have less time. 2. People are polishing furniture, cleaning carpets, & cleaning ovens less often now 3. People do laundry as often today as before. Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  8. LINKING READING 1&2 Page 109 Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  9. FOCUS ON VOCABULARY Page 110 1) Sentences to be crossed out follow . 1.c 3.b 5. a 7. a 2. a 4. a 6. b 8. c 2) Page111 1. polish, dust 4. shine, mob 2. detergent, bleach 5. mention, cleanser 3. happen to, terribly 6. actress, winked Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  10. STYLE: POETRY Page 113 Writing Rhymes Pomes often use words that rhymewith each other. Usually, the words that rhyme are at the end of different lines, but sometimes they are in the same line. Two words rhyme if their endings sound the same. There is a young girl named Tess, Who`s always a terrible mess. She starts each day clean, But by eight-fifteen, Breakfast all over her dress. Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  11. Exercises Page 113 Ex. 2 be, TV awhile, smile Urgent, detergent Ex. 3 Page 114 Floors: chores, doors Cleans : beans, means Fun: done, none, run Smile: awhile, pile, mile Mop: hop, drop, pop Dust: must, trust Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  12. GRAMMAR: Adverbs & Expressions of Frequency Page 115 About once a month, never, once a week, almost every day, rarely, usually, every week. The writer uses the simple present tense. Page 116 Flex never smokes in the house. He rarelylistens to the radio or CDs. He neverhas dinner guests. He is always in bed by 11 P.M. He vacuums the carpets twice a week. He cleans the bathroom three times a week. He washes the windows every week. Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010

  13. Page 118 How often do you mop the floor? How often do you wash the dishes? How often do you clean the bathroom? How often do you dust the furniture? How often do you stay up late? How often do you invite people to your home? How often do you do the laundry? Gook Luck Instructor: Rosa Al-Remi Spring 2010