Bài giảng môn Tiếng Anh - Unit 8: Celebrations

Look at the pictures in the textbook and work in pairs to discuss the questions:

1. Are the people in the picture members of the same family?

2. What time of the year is it?

3. What are they doing?

4. What can you see on the table?

5. What else can you see in the picture?

 

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Work in groups: What is the festival in Vietnam?It is one of the most important events for a family in a year.All the people try to come back their homes to gather with their family members.It takes place in January.It names begins with the letter “T”UNIT 8A- ReadingCELEBRATIONSBEFORE YOU READLook at the pictures in the textbook and work in pairs to discuss the questions:1. Are the people in the picture members of the same family?2. What time of the year is it?3. What are they doing?4. What can you see on the table?5. What else can you see in the picture?VOCABULARYCelebration (n)- celebrate (v): Eg: Tet is one of the most important celebrations in Vietnam.To decorate (v)- decoration (n): To fall between... and... (v):To spread (v) : To be full of... (vphr) Ripe (adj):Influence (v,n):Positive (adj)Eg: You have a positive comment on this school, it means that your comment for this school is good.Lễ hộito make sth more beautifulchín (quả), chín muồi, chín chắnảnh hưởngto lie from..... to....... to last, to widento have a lot of....Peach BlossomApricot BlossomKumquat treeWHILE YOU READgrand:agrarian:banner:pray:sugared apples:excitement:TASK 1: Finding words’ meaningto, lớn, hoàng tráng, quan trọngthuộc về nghề nôngbăng rôncầu nguyệnmứt táosự háo hức, sự thích thúStatementsTF1Tet is always on 20th February on the Western calendar.2According to the text, for people anywhere on the world, the beginning of spring is the start of a new year.3Tet used to be longer than it is nowadays4According to the text, “lucky money” is given to everyone at Tet.5Kumquat trees are popular both in the North and in the South of Vietnam.6People try to be nice and polite to each other because they want to have good luck in New Year’s Day.WHILE YOU READTASK 2: Decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).It falls between 19th Jan and 20 Feb (line 3, paragraph 1)It is just for agrarian people. (line 4, paragraph 1)it tends to be given to children (line 5-6, paragraph 4)Line 2, paragraph 2It influences during the whole year (Line 1-3, paragraph 4)Line 4, paragraph 3When is Tet holiday in Vietnam?How long did Tet preparations and celebrations last in the past?What do streets look like before Tet?What do people often do to prepare for Tet?What is banh chung made from?What is mut?What are some popular activities at Tet?WHILE YOU READTask 3: Answer the questionsTask 3: Answer the questionsWhen is Tet holiday in Vietnam?	It falls sometimes between 19th January and 20th February on the Western calendar.How long did Tet preparations and celebrations last in the past?	It used to be spread over months.What do streets look like before Tet?	Streets are decorated with coloured lights and red banners.What do people often do to prepare for Tet?	People are busy buying gifts, cleaning and decorating their houses and cooking traditional foods.Task 3: Answer the questionsWhat is banh chung made from?	It is made from sticky rice, green beans and fatty pork.What is mut?	It is candied fruit such as sugared apples, plums or tomatoes.What are some popular activities at Tet?	Visiting other family members or friends, exchange wishes, giving “lucky money” to children, going to the pagoda, taking part in games...AFTER YOU READHow you prepared for Tet.How you decorated your house.Who you visited. What special foods you ate.	(Roll spring, pork pies, freeze meat...)What activities you enjoyed doing most during Tet.Thank you

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