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What do you see in the pictures?Even though we have disabilities, we should still be given education. Learning is for everyone!
Transfer of learning through different ways . How about for blind? How are they educated?now we are going to answer ‘before you listen” on page 48. kindly open your books. It’s about a guy who dreamed once to become a professional on his chosen Field.
Open your books to page 48. let us unlock the meaning of the words inside the box and answer the activity.
Now we are going to complete the paragraph by filling in the blanks with one word from the box. By group (4 groups) let them answer on the paper for two minutes. Write your names on your paper.Let them submit their papers before you reveal the answers. Late papers wont be accepted.
Now get your pen and paper to take down notes. Listen very well. 1st tym- listen and take down notes2nd time may answer the tasks in the book. 3rd time I read.
Now were about to listen to a recording about a photography club (Vang trang khuyet Club)2nd tym-pause every now and then.
What’s the name of the photography club? 1. Who are the members of the club?2. What are they doing in Hanoi? 3. How many photographs are on display? 4. What are their photo’s about? 5. What does their passion of taking photographs help them?
Fill each blank with a suitable word.
Tieng Anh Unit four (listening)
What is Education?
Education is the process of
facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs,
and habits of a group of people are transferred to
other people, through storytelling, discussion,
teaching, training, or research. Education frequently
takes place under the guidance of educators.
A picture produced with camera.
an image produced on light-sensitive film or
array inside a camera
The person who takes a photograph or
producing pictures with camera: the art,
hobby, or profession of taking photographs,
and developing and printing the film
relating to, used in, or produced by
looking attractive in photographs:
tending to look good in photographs
Fill each of the blanks with one word from the box.
I joined a (1) club when I
was at secondary school and I have been
fascinated by (2) ever since.
However, I have decided not to become a
professional (3) . I once took
a (4) of my girl-friend and
she did not look as beautiful in the
picture as she was. I tried to calm her
down by saying, “You are not very (5)
Listen to some information about a
photography club and decide whether
the statements true (T) or false (F).
While you listen
1. The Vang Trang Khuyet
Club members are all
TRUE because the members of Vnag
Trang Khuyet Club came from Nhan Chinh
School for Deaf Children, Xa Dan
Secondary School for Deaf and Mute
Children, and the Hanoi Literature and Art
Club for Mentally Retarded Children.
2. The club’s members are now teaching
photography to other children.
It wasn’t mentioned that the members
of that club are now teaching children. It
would be difficult for them to teach others
because of their disabilities.
3. The club’s members are exhibiting their
photographs for the first time in Hanoi.
It was mentioned that “The 6-month-old
photography club, which comprises 19 deaf,
mute or mentally retarded children, is now
having it’s first exhibition in Hanoi.
4. The subject of their photos is the
sorrow of being disabled.
Their photos show the beauty of life
seen through the eyes of these disabled
children. Their subjects are simple and
peaceful: old men reading books on the
sides of Hoan Kiem Lake, labourers hard at
work or chickens looking for food.
5. The passion for taking
photographs has helped them escape
It was mentioned in the last sentence
that “The children’s passion for taking
pictures has stimulated them and helped
them escape their sorrow.
The six-month-old (1) club, which
comprises (2) deaf, mute or mentally
retarded children, is now having its first (3)
More than (4) colour photos are on
display at the exhibition room featuring the (5)
of daily life seen through the eyes of these disabled
children. The subjects are (6) and
(7) : old men reading books on the sides
of Hoan Kiem Lake, labourers hard at work, or
(8) looking for food.
The children’s passion for taking pictures has (9)
them and helped them (10)
Answer these questions:
1. Who are the members of the club?
2. What are they doing in Hanoi?
3. How many photographs are on display?
4. What are their photo’s about?
5. What does their passion of taking
photographs help them?
After you listen