Theme 1: Family and Society

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Autor: miruska (15)
Typ práce: Ostatné
Dátum: 15.04.2020
Jazyk: Angličtina
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Theme 1: FAMILY AND SOCIETY

(Osobné údaje. Rodina - vzťahy v rodine. Národnosť/štátna príslušnosť. Tlačivá/dokumenty. Vzťahy medzi ľuďmi.)

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Family - members: - baby, child/children, cousin, parent/parents

  • female: aunt, daughter, grandmother (grandmum, grandma), mother (mum), sister
  • male: brother, father (dad), grandfather (granddad), son, uncle

Family - people: boy – girl, friend, man/men – woman/women, person/people, pupil, student

Family - nationality: English, Slovak

Family – related words: - address, country, family tree, postcode, street, telephone number

  • birthday, name ( first name, middle name, surname, nickname),
  • married/unmarried

Verbs: be, have got, like, spell

Useful phrases:

to be … years old

somebody´s name is … What is he/she like?

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What´s your name?
  2. What´s your mum/dad´s name?
  3. Have you got a brother/a sister?
  4. How many cousins have you got?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. How many people are in your family?
  2. Who is you grandmother/grandfather?
  3. What is your mum/dad like?
  4. What is your grandmother/grandfather like?
  5. Who are your cousins?
  6. What is your address?

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Family - members: - baby, child/children, cousin, grandparents, parent/parents, siblilng

  • female: aunt, daughter, grandmother (grandmum, grandma, granny), mother (mum), sister, wife
  • male: brother, father (dad), grandfather (granddad, grandpa), husband, son, uncle

Family - people: boy – girl, friend, kid, man/men – woman/women, member, person/people, pupil, student

Family - nationality: American, Chinese, English, French, German, Indian, Italian, Polish, Slovak, Spanish

  • European

Family – related words: address, date, country, e-mail, family tree, postcode, street, telephone number, wedding

  • age, birthday, birthday date, birthplace, hometown, name (first name, middle name, surname, nickname), name day
  • married/unmarried

Verbs: celebrate, complete, like, meet, spell, visit

Useful phrases:

to be … years old

somebody´s name is … What is he/she like?

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. When is your birthday?
  2. When is your mum/dad´s birthday?
  3. How many (first) cousins do you have?
  4. How many aunts and uncles do you have?
  5. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
  6. How many people are in your family?
  7. How many members do you have in your family altogether?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. How big is your family?
  2. Do you like your family? Why?
  3. Do you live with any of your grandparents?
  4. How do you celebrate birthday in your family?
  5. When do you see your cousins?
  6. When do you see your grandparents?
  7. When do you visit your aunt or uncle?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You are having your birthday party with your family. You want to invite partner B B: Ask your partner A about his/her birthday party.

A: Your partner B is your new neighbour. Ask your partner B about his/her family. B: You have got a new friend. Ask your partner A about his/her family.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

7. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Family - members: - baby, child/children, cousin, grandchild/grandchildren, grandparents, parent/parents, siblilng, twins

  • female: aunt, daughter, grandmother (grandmum, grandma, granny), mother (mum), niece, sister, wife
  • male: brother, father (dad), grandfather (granddad, grandpa), husband, nephew, son, uncle
  • single parent, step-brother – step-sister, step-father - step-mother, step-parent

Family - people: boy – girl, friend, kid, male - female, man/men – woman/women, member, person/people, pupil, student

Family - nationality: American, Chinese, English, French, German, Indian, Italian, Polish, Slovak, Spanish

  • European

Family – related words: - address, date, country, e-mail, family tree, information, postcode, street, telephone number, wedding

  • age, birthday, birthday date, birthplace, hometown, name (first name, middle name, surname, nickname), name day, passport,
  • married/unmarried, single

Verbs: be born, celebrate, complete, die, divorce, expect a baby, get married, grow up, leave home, like, look like, meet, spell, visit

Useful phrases:

to be … years old

somebody´s name is … What is he/she like?

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘family’?
  2. Do you come from a big family?
  3. Is it good or bad to be a single child?
  4. How old are your parents/grandparents/brothers and sisters?
  5. Where were you born?
  6. When were you born?
  7. Where did your parents grow up?
  8. Have you got an aunt or uncle that they are single?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Can you describe a typical family in your country?
  2. How did your parents meet?
  3. What do you and your family like doing together?
  4. What are some rules you have in your family??
  5. What can you speak about your grandparents?
  6. Have your grandparents ever looked after you? Why?
  7. When do children leave their parents' home in your country?
  8. Is it good or bad to be a single child? Why?
  9. Why do people get married?
  10. When were you at wedding last time? What did you do?
  11. What's the best age to leave family? Why?
  12. Do you think that your life is easier/harder than your parents?
  13. Have you got your passport? What information is there?
  14. How often can you meet your aunts or uncle? Why?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You were at your counsin´s wedding last Saturday. You could meet your big family. Tell your partner B about your cousins, aunts, uncles …

B: Ask your partner A what he/she did last Saturday.

A: Your grandma is a great woman. It is her birthday today. You must buy her a nice present.

B: Your partner A hasn’t got time for you. Ask him/her why.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

8., 9. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

Family - members: - adult, baby, boyfriend - girlfriend, child/children, cousin, grandchild/grandchildren, grandparents – great grandparents, parent/parents, schoolboy – schoolgirl, siblilng, Sir – Madame, teenager, twins

  • female: aunt, daughter, grandmother (grandmum, grandma, granny), mother (mum), niece, sister, wife
  • male: brother, father (dad), grandfather (granddad, grandpa), husband, nephew, son, uncle
  • orphan, single parent, step-brother – step-sister, step-father - step-mother, step- parent

Family - people: boy – girl, friend, kid, male - female, man/men – woman/women, member, person/people, pupil, student

Family - nationality: American, Canadian, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indian, Irish, Italian, Polish, Russian, Scottish, Slovak, Spanish

  • European

Family – related words: - address, anniversary, christenity, country, date, e-mail, family tree, funeral, generation gap, honeymoon, information, kingdom, maternity leave, postcode, relative, relationship, religion, retirement, street, telephone number, tribe, wedding (church wedding)

  • age, birthday, birthday date, birthplace, childhood, form, hometown, identity card, name (first name, middle name, surname, nickname), nationality, name day, passport, sex
  • married/unmarried, single

Verbs: be born, be pregnant, christen, celebrate, complete, die, divorce, educate, expect a baby, fill in, get married, grow up, leave home, like, look like, marry, meet, settle, spell, spoil, talk back, tell lie, visit

Useful phrases: to be … years old to be close to

get married/get divorced

have arguments

somebody´s name is … What is he/she like?

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘family’?
  2. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘generation gap’?
  3. When do you need your family most?
  4. What do you think is the most important thing to make a happy family?
  5. If you could have a different number of siblings, what would it be?
  6. What's the best thing about your mum?
  7. What kind of things do you do with your family?
  8. What was the funniest time in your family?
  9. What was the saddest time in your family?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. How did you get your name? Who are you named after?
  2. Have you got your identity card? What information is there?
  3. Are friends more important than family? What do you think?
  4. How important is your family to you?
  5. Would you like to have your own family?
  6. How close are you to your family? (cousins, grandparents aunts, )
  7. Who do you think has the most power in the family? Why?
  8. Do you look more like your mother or your father?
  9. When do you feel the generation gap the most?
  10. Do you often argue with your mother or father? What about?
  11. Do you think your parents understand you? Why or why not?
  12. Can you talk to your parents about everything? Why or why not?
  13. Have you ever disagreed with your parents/grandparents about topics such as music, style and values?
  14. What would you change about your childhood?
  15. When a wife works outside the home, should the husband help with the housework inside the home? Why or why not?
  16. What are some common problems that families have? How can these problems be solved?
  17. Why do many people dislike their parents-in-law?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You are one of twins. You are angry because your parents want you to wear the same clothes and to do the same things. You are angry. You want to be different.

B: You haven’t got any brother and sister. Your partner has got twin. You think it is great.

A: You are visiting your cousin - your partner B who you haven’t seen for a long time. Give all the news from your family, as well as from your own life.

B: Finally you are meeting your cousin - your partner A who you haven’t seen for a long time. Give all the news from your family, as well as from your own life.

A: You often have to look after your younger brother/sister. You would like to be with your friends, on Facebook etc. Your partner B has some problems, too. What should you do?

B: You have to share a room with your older brother/sister. You have the different hobbies, interests etc. But the biggest problem is only one computer in your room. What should you do?

A: You think your parents don’t understand you. They always worry about you. They are angry, when you are on the Internet.

B: Your partner A has some problems with his/her parents. Give him/her some advice what he/she should do.

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