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20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
20081210 Speaking
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20081210 Speaking

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  • 1. Relationships Living Together before Marriage Instructor: Dr. Hung Name: Elly Date: 2008/12/10
  • 2. Lesson Plan
    • Goal:
    • Can express their ideas in clear and appropriate English, think critically and reflectively, assume their learning responsibilities, collaborate with their peers.
  • 3. Lesson Plan
    • Objectives :
    • To improve conversational fluency.
    After completing the course, students will learn
    • T o improve predictive listening skills / listening comprehension.
    • To express one’s viewpoint clearly.
    • To increase vocabulary size.
    • To become familiar with daily English.
  • 4. Lesson Plan
    • Numbers of students: 20
    • Student level: Basic .
    • Time: 80 min.
    • Material and Equipments: Let’s Talk1, computer, YouTube.
    • Student Age: 30-50 yrs .
  • 5. Getting Ready: (3 min.)
    • Getting Ready: (3 min.)
    • Ask the Ss questions about the pictures. Then go over the questions, and have the Ss answer them individually, with a partner or in a small group.
    • Do men and women live together before they are married?
  • 6. Understanding the Topic (10 min.)
    • Understanding the Topic (10 min.)
    • Step One
    Have Ss watch the video.
    • Step Two
    Ask Ss what they watched and heard. Ex: What did they talk about? Why did the woman look so unhappy?
  • 7. Understanding the Topic Have Ss watch the video again. Go over any difficult words and phrases to make sure Ss can understand the story.
    • Understanding the Topic (10 min.)
    • Step Three
    • Step Four
  • 8. Understanding the Topic
    • Step Four
    I feel pressured. I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to. You mean the world to me. Move in Break up Slow down an apology I love you very much. live together end the relationship in the relationship, it means get it seriously. be pushes by sb / sth
  • 9. What do you think (15min)
    • What do you think (15 min.)
    To get Ss think about differences opinion or ideas on the topic.
    • Make 5 Ss in one group and each group have a question to think about and discuss their opinions.
    • T walks around to guide / help Ss during the activity.
  • 10. What do you think (15min)
    • What do you think (15 min.)
    Q 1: Advantages of “Live-in”. No expenses to worry about the wedding party. Hint No legal problems to take care of. For financial security reasons. Others said they are not ready yet for responsibilities. They want to learn more about each other and have better adjustments before tying the knot.
  • 11. What do you think (15min)
    • What do you think (15 min.)
    Q 2: Disadvantages of “Live-in”. Each party has no legal right to pursue each other. Hint Illegitimate children. Can create insecurities. Without the benefit of marriage.
  • 12. What do you think (15min)
    • What do you think (15 min.)
    Q 3: What should be considered if you want to living together before marriage? Who will pay what? Hint How much will you each be able to afford to spend on household bills each month? Have both of you informed your families of this plan? Where does the home need to be located?
  • 13. What do you think (15min)
    • What do you think (15 min.)
    Q 4: What can make your relationship strong? Communication Hint Honesty Trust Compromise Acceptance Humor
  • 14. Sharing Your Opinions (12min)
    • Sharing Your Opinions (12 min.)
    Ss from each group hear the response of their classmates and exchange their ideas about the topic. There are no right or wrong answers to this activity.
  • 15. Evaluation
    • Role play (40 min)
    Each S draws a role card and has 2 minutes to present what they want to say. You want your girlfriend to live with you. Now you have to persuade her to agree to your suggestion. You are an old fashioned dad. You try to convince your daughter not to live with boyfriend before the marriage. You and your boyfriend discuss some issues about “ Live-in” Your best friend has dilemma In the issues of “Live-in”. You try to give her some advice.
  • 16. Evaluation
    • Rubrics
  • 17. Evaluation
  • 18. Thank You!!

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