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FAMILY LIFE
Who are they?
mother




    Who are they?
mother          father




    Who are they?
mother           father




sister




     Who are they?
mother           father




sister          brother




     Who are they?
Family Members
Family Members

father (dad)        mother (mum)
Family Members

father (dad)        mother (mum)
son                     daughter
Family Members

father (dad)        mother (mum)
son                     daughter
brother                     sister
Family Members

father (dad)        mother (mum)
son                     daughter
brother                     sister
uncle...
Family Members

father (dad)        mother (mum)
son                     daughter
brother                     sister
uncle...
Family Members

father (dad)        mother (mum)
son                     daughter
brother                     sister
uncle...
Family Members

father (dad)        mother (mum)
son                     daughter
brother                     sister
uncle...
Family Members

father (dad)                    mother (mum)
son                                 daughter
brother         ...
Family Members

father (dad)               pai – mãe        mother (mum)
son                       filho – filha         d...
· two parents at home?
Who has got …   · one parent at home?
                · a step family?
Families in the
 United Kingdom (UK)
Are these sentences true or false?
Families in the
   United Kingdom (UK)
 Are these sentences true or false?
1.More people live alone than in 1961.
Families in the
   United Kingdom (UK)
 Are these sentences true or false?
1.More people live alone than in 1961.
2.On ave...
Families in the
   United Kingdom (UK)
 Are these sentences true or false?
1.More people live alone than in 1961.
2.On ave...
Families in the
   United Kingdom (UK)
 Are these sentences true or false?
1.More people live alone than in 1961.
2.On ave...
Families in the
   United Kingdom (UK)
 Are these sentences true or false?
1.More people live alone than in 1961.
2.On ave...
Families in the
   United Kingdom (UK)
 Are these sentences true or false?
1.More people live alone than in 1961.
2.On ave...
Families in the
   United Kingdom (UK)
 Are these sentences true or false?
1.More people live alone than in 1961.
2.On ave...
Families in the
         United Kingdom (UK)
       Are these sentences true or false?
true 1.More people live alone than ...
Families in the
         United Kingdom (UK)
       Are these sentences true or false?
true 1.More people live alone than ...
Families in the
          United Kingdom (UK)
        Are these sentences true or false?
true 1.More people live alone tha...
Families in the
          United Kingdom (UK)
        Are these sentences true or false?
true 1.More people live alone tha...
Families in the
          United Kingdom (UK)
        Are these sentences true or false?
true 1.More people live alone tha...
Families in the
          United Kingdom (UK)
        Are these sentences true or false?
true 1.More people live alone tha...
Families in the
          United Kingdom (UK)
        Are these sentences true or false?
true 1.More people live alone tha...
Find the answers in the text.

The first group to finish wins!
Underline the quotations in the text. 	

5 minutes




Boys...
1. Thatʼs four times more that in 1961.
2. The average age is now 30.
3. Four out of ten families donʼt have any children....
Discussion about Family Life
                    write before speaking…



1. Does the text contain information which you
...
Homework

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  1. 1. FAMILY LIFE
  2. 2. Who are they?
  3. 3. mother Who are they?
  4. 4. mother father Who are they?
  5. 5. mother father sister Who are they?
  6. 6. mother father sister brother Who are they?
  7. 7. Family Members
  8. 8. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum)
  9. 9. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum) son daughter
  10. 10. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum) son daughter brother sister
  11. 11. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum) son daughter brother sister uncle aunt
  12. 12. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum) son daughter brother sister uncle aunt grandfather grandmother
  13. 13. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum) son daughter brother sister uncle aunt grandfather grandmother father-in-law mother-in-law
  14. 14. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum) son daughter brother sister uncle aunt grandfather grandmother father-in-law mother-in-law nephew niece
  15. 15. Family Members father (dad) mother (mum) son daughter brother sister uncle aunt grandfather grandmother father-in-law mother-in-law nephew niece children parents grandparents grandchildren
  16. 16. Family Members father (dad) pai – mãe mother (mum) son filho – filha daughter brother irmão – iram sister uncle tio – tia aunt grandfather avô – avó grandmother father-in-law sogro – sogra mother-in-law nephew sobrino – sobrinha niece children parents grandparents grandchildren filhos pais avós netos
  17. 17. · two parents at home? Who has got … · one parent at home? · a step family?
  18. 18. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false?
  19. 19. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? 1.More people live alone than in 1961.
  20. 20. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? 1.More people live alone than in 1961. 2.On average, people get married at about 30.
  21. 21. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? 1.More people live alone than in 1961. 2.On average, people get married at about 30. 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children.
  22. 22. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? 1.More people live alone than in 1961. 2.On average, people get married at about 30. 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. 4.Most couples with children have two or three children.
  23. 23. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? 1.More people live alone than in 1961. 2.On average, people get married at about 30. 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies.
  24. 24. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? 1.More people live alone than in 1961. 2.On average, people get married at about 30. 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. 6.Most people do not live in extended families.
  25. 25. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? 1.More people live alone than in 1961. 2.On average, people get married at about 30. 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. 6.Most people do not live in extended families. 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  26. 26. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? true 1.More people live alone than in 1961. 2.On average, people get married at about 30. 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. 6.Most people do not live in extended families. 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  27. 27. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? true 1.More people live alone than in 1961. true 2.On average, people get married at about 30. 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. 6.Most people do not live in extended families. 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  28. 28. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? true 1.More people live alone than in 1961. true 2.On average, people get married at about 30. false 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. 6.Most people do not live in extended families. 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  29. 29. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? true 1.More people live alone than in 1961. true 2.On average, people get married at about 30. false 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. false 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. 6.Most people do not live in extended families. 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  30. 30. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? true 1.More people live alone than in 1961. true 2.On average, people get married at about 30. false 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. false 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. true 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. 6.Most people do not live in extended families. 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  31. 31. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? true 1.More people live alone than in 1961. true 2.On average, people get married at about 30. false 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. false 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. true 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. true 6.Most people do not live in extended families. 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  32. 32. Families in the United Kingdom (UK) Are these sentences true or false? true 1.More people live alone than in 1961. true 2.On average, people get married at about 30. false 3.Half of all families donʼt have any children. false 4.Most couples with children have two or three children. true 5.One in ten families with children are stepfamilies. true 6.Most people do not live in extended families. false 7.Grandparents always live very close to their grandchildren.
  33. 33. Find the answers in the text. The first group to finish wins! Underline the quotations in the text. 5 minutes Boys: 1, 2, 3 Girls: 4, 6, 7
  34. 34. 1. Thatʼs four times more that in 1961. 2. The average age is now 30. 3. Four out of ten families donʼt have any children. 4. Most families with children only have one or two. 5. It is unusual for people in the UK to live in “extended families” 6. In fact, many grandparents live in different cities from their grandchildren.
  35. 35. Discussion about Family Life write before speaking… 1. Does the text contain information which you think is different for families in Portugal? 2. How many brothers and sisters have you got? 3. What are the advantages and disadvantages of big families? Book – page 15
  36. 36. Homework Workbook page 10
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