Bài giảng môn Tiếng Anh - Unit 8: Celebrations - Lesson: Listening

1.The preparations begin a few days before the New Year when housewives start

A. cooking special food B. visiting friends C. going to the pagoda

2. On the New Year’s Eve every household .

A do a big cleaning up B. play cards C. write their own card

3. They usually decorate their houses with . on both sides of the door.

A . a lot of flowers B. pictures C. some small pine trees

4. They exchange .

A. “lucky money” B. new clothes C. cards and gifts .

5. Television or radio will broadcast 108 bells. As soon as the 108th bell is rung people all .

A. drink rice wine B. say “ Happy new year” C. eat special food

6. Some families put on special kimonos or dress to go to visit .

A. their relation B. their neighbours C . their shrine

 

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UNIT 8 : CELEBRATIONSLESSON 3 : LISTENING UNIT 8: CELEBRATIONSLESSON : LISTENINGWork in pairs. Guess what the Japanese often do on their New Year’s Days.Example :- Visiting friendsA. BEFORE YOU LISTEN:UNIT 8: CELEBRATIONSLESSON : LISTENINGSimilarities >< khác nhauGet rid of :giũ sạch , tống khứ Shrine (n): /∫rain / miếu thờLongevity (n) / lɔn'dʒeviti / tuổi thọ Pine tree (n): thôngConstancy (n)/ 'kɔnstənsi / sự không thay đổiRepresent (v) /,repri'zent / tượng trưng choII. VOCABULARY : Task 1 : You will hear two people talking about how the New Year is celebrated in Japan. Listen and choose the best answer.B. WHILE YOU LISTEN:1.The preparations begin a few days before the New Year when housewives start  A. cooking special food B. visiting friends C. going to the pagoda 2. On the New Year’s Eve every household ..................A do a big cleaning up B. play cards C. write their own card3. They usually decorate their houses with .................... on both sides of the door. A . a lot of flowers B. pictures C. some small pine trees 4. They exchange ...............A. “lucky money” B. new clothes C. cards and gifts . 5. Television or radio will broadcast 108 bells. As soon as the 108th bell is rung people all ...........A. drink rice wine B. say “ Happy new year” C. eat special food6. Some families put on special kimonos or dress to go to visit ...........A. their relation B. their neighbours C . their shrine UNIT 8: CELEBRATIONSLESSON : LISTENINGTask 2: Listen again and answer the following questions.1. What do small pine trees represent ? 3. Is New Year’s Day mostly celebrated among family only ? B. WHILE YOU LISTEN: They represent longevity and constancy. Yes, It is . 2. What do they do after visiting their shrine ? They eat their special New Year Day’s food and drink a lot of rice wine. UNIT 8: CELEBRATIONSLESSON : LISTENINGIII. AFTER YOU LISTEN Work in pairsDiscuss : The Vietnamese New Year.+ What do your family often do before the New Year?+ What do your family often do during New Year’s Day? UNIT 8: CELEBRATIONSLESSON : LISTENINGPREPARATIONSACTIVITIES ON NEW YEAR’S EVEFOOD AND CLOTHESPEOPLE TO CELEBRATE WITHA few days before the New Year- Housewives cook special foods for New Year's Days- Clean and decorate their house - Exchange greeting cards and gift'sSit around and start watching the national singing contest on T.V.- T.V./radio broadcasts 108 bells - say “Happy New Year”Kimonos or special dressspecial New Year's Day food- Rice wine- Family onlyNEW YEAR’S EVE IN JAPANHOMEWORKreview the lessonWrite a short paragraph about what you like best about the Japanese and Vietnamese New Year’s celebrationPrepare the next lessonTHANK YOU FOR YOUR LISTENINGGOODBYE. SEE YOU AGAIN

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