Lesson 4 – Role Play

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  • Lesson 4 – Role Play

    1. 1. Lesson 4 – Role Play 1st December, 2010
    2. 2. Marks: 20% Time: 6 minutes Each member need to talk in the discussion Each group please hand in the Role Play Discussion Sheet All of you need to do the marking 1) Content (內容) 10% 2) Presentation (報告技巧) 5% 3) Cooperation (合作性) 5%
    3. 3. Marking Group Members (class no.) Content (內容) 10% Presentation (報告技巧) 5% Cooperation (合作性) 5% Total 20% 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No.
    4. 4. Vocabulary Filial piety 孝道 His/her own wish 他/她的意願 Facility 設施 / 設備 Lonely 孤獨 Financial burden 經濟負擔 Service 服務 Living environment/ condition 居住環境 Moral 道德 / immoral 不道德 Social worker 社工 Used to/ accustom 習慣於… Harmony 融洽 Relationship 關係
    5. 5. Role Play
    6. 6. Group 1 Class No. Name 18 Yanny 23 Helen 31 Lily 32 Sandy 17 Yan 16 Tammy
    7. 7. Group 2 Class No. Name 11 Bosco 5 Sam 7 Timothy 14 Justin 12 John 4 Kenny
    8. 8. Group 3 Class No. Name 28 Nicole 30 Coco 29 Yuki Lau 26 Yuki Hon 35 Bowie 19 Arian
    9. 9. Group 4 Class No. Name 34 Chris 8 Kevin 9 Edwin 10 Anthony 15 Steven 27 Michelle
    10. 10. Group 5 Class No. Name 6 Meko 1 Peter 2 Kingston 20 Grace 25 Jenny 36 Suki
    11. 11. Group 6 Class No. Name 13 Donald 3 Paddy 21 Zoe 33 Katherine 24 Emily 22 Fion
    12. 12. Conclusion As the old saying goes, an elder at home is a treasure. Why don't we cherish our dear old people? They have contributed so much. Being students, we don't have much money to help the elderly, but we can certainly show our respect for them and the great contribution they have made to our society. They deserve our love and care.
    13. 13. Next lesson… 2nd December, 2010 (Thursday) Please bring your textbook

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