Bài giảng môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 03: Becoming independent (chương trình thí điểm)

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Bài giảng môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 Unit 03: Becoming independent (chương trình thí điểm)

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BÀI GIẢNG TIẾNG ANH 11

UNIT 03: BECOMING INDEPENDENT

 

1. Listen to an interview on Life Skills, the most popular radio show for teens and parents, and match the statements with the speakers.

Speakers

Statement

1. Long

 

2. Tuan 

 

 

3. Minh

a. He has to fulfill all his responsibilities, and is punished if he fails.

b. His parents tend to be very protective of him.

c. He has to do household chores and follow a set routine.

d. One of his responsibilities is to look after his grandparents.

e. He has been taught to make his own decisions.

f. He is encouraged to express his opinions.

 

2. Answer the questions.

  • 1. Why does Long think his parents are overprotective of him?

→ They didn't let him do any household chores and drove him to school until he finished Grade 9.

  • 2. What do Long's parents often encourage him to do?

→ They often encourage him to voice his opinions.

  • 3. What do Tuan's parents focus on teaching him?

→ They focus on teaching him about responsibility.

  • 4. How do Tuan's parents keep him motivated?

→ If he does his responsibilities well, they give him a reward.

  • 5. What does Minh have to do?

→ He has to do chores and follow a set routine.

  • 6. What can Minh do about his clothes, books, or toys?

→ He can make his own choices about these items.

Audio script

  • MC: Hello and welcome to Life Skills, the most popular radio show for teens and parents. Today, I've invited three Grade 11 students to share with us how their parents help them to become independent. Long, would you like to start?
  • Long: Hi. Well, I'm the only child, so my parents tend to be overprotective of me. They didn't let me do any household chores and drove me to school until I finished Grade 9. However, since I was a little child, I've always been encouraged to voice my opinions. My parents even ask for my opinions before they make some important family decisions.
  • MC:  That's great. That helps you develop self-confidence. And Tuan? How do your parents help you become independent?
  • Tuan:  Well, my parents focus on teaching me about responsibility. I'm given a list of responsibilities, such as doing household chores, looking after my grandparents ... And my parents make sure that I fulfill all of them. If I fail, I get punished. But if I do them well, I get a reward. This keeps me motivated.
  • MC:   Your parents seem strict, but also very fair. What about you, Minh?
  • Minh: My parents set some limits and establish rigid rules about important issues. I have to do chores and follow a set routine. But I can make my own choices about personal things such as clothes, books or toys. My parents encourage me to consider all options before making my own decisions.
  • MC:  Yes, setting limits can teach you self-discipline, and keep you safe and healthy. It's also great that your parents teach you decision making skills. I hope that one day you'll be ready to leave home and live independently. Thank you so much for joining the show.

4. Work in groups. Tell your group members whether you were brought up in the same way as Long, Tuan, or Minh.

  • Well, I'm the only child, so my parents tend to be overprotective of me. They didn't let me do any household chores and drove me to school until I finished Grade 9. However, since I was a little child, I've always been encouraged to voice my opinions. My parents even ask for my opinions before they make some important family decisions.

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