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    • Unit: CultureTopic: Local StoryRobin Hood M.1
    • vocabulary • rich n. = people who have a lot of money or property
    • vocabulary outlaw n. = a person who is hiding to avoid being caught and who is not protected by the law.
    • vocabulary poor n. = people who have very litter money.
    • vocabulary sheriff n. = An elected officer responsible for keeping law and order in a country or town.
    • Structure• Structure: How to use "Let, Lets"• Let: use for ask some permission For example: Let me go.• Lets: use for invitation• For example: Lets go dancing, shall we?
    • Robin Hood
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    • activity 1• Look at the picture think and try to describe. What character in the picture is?
    • rich outlawpoor sheriff
    • activity 2Role Play