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“Lesson 5. Problem page”

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My dear friend, here is our “Lesson 5. Problem page”

Our objective are

  • introduce and activate some key vocabulary;

  • to prac­tise extensive and intensive r

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Завдання №1 Теоретичний блок

Vocabulary

Key words Feelings

Angry

сердитий

Annoyed

набридла

Anxious

тривожний

Bored

нудьгуючий

Worried

схвильований

Upset

розстроювати

Scared

переляканий

Sad

сумний

Relaxed

невимушена

Nervous

нервовий

Furious

Розлючений

Depressed

подавлений

excited

збуджений

Delighted

захоплений

Завдання №2 Теоретичний блок

Завдання №3 Вільне введення тексту

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Read the poem and fill in the necessary words:

  • to think,

  • do chari­ty,

  • to play,

  • work,

  • give,

  • laugh,

  • read,

  • be friendly,

  • to love and be loved,

  • pray.

TAKE TIME

Take time to   ___________

It is the source of power.

Take time to   _____________

It is the secret of perpetual youth.

Take time to   __________________

It is the fountain of wisdom.

Take time to____________________

It is the greatest power on earth.

Take time to   __________________

It is a God-given privilege.

Take time to   _______________

It is the road to happiness.

Take time to   ______________

It is the music of the soul.

Take time to   ________________,

It is too short a day to be selfish.

Take time to   _____________

It is the price of success.

Take time to   _____________

It is the key to heaven.

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  1. Do teenagers have common problems?

There are a lot of common problems for all teenagers:

  • to plan future

  • to spend time

  • to deal with bulling (to escape bulling)

  • to do after school

  • to find friends

  • to deal with your friends.

How to solve conflicts with friends, parents to make parents understand you to find common language with parents to express your opinion to deal with your boyfriend (girlfriend) to avoid conflicts to become independent to establish priorities

  1. What advice could be given to teenagers to escape bulling? 

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  1. Vocabulary

Key words Feelings

  • Angry

  • Annoyed

  • Anxious

  • Bored

  • Delighted

  • Depressed excited

  • Furious

  • Nervous

  • Relaxed

  • Sad

  • Scared

  • Upset

  • Worried

Which words are positive and which are negative.

Complete the poem with the words in the box. Use the rhyme to help you.

scared, upset, annoyed, sad, depressed

Don’t be (1)    ______________________

If you fail your test

You must feel (2)_______________________

If your team is bad.

It’s silly to be (3)____________________       

   Your problems can be shared

Don’t be (4)    ________________________

Life can be enjoyed When you fell down.

Your friends will be around

Don’t be (5)    ____________________________

We like you — don’t forget!

Choose the correct adjective to complete the sentences.

  1. I get angry / worried when my sister uses my things.

  2. I’ve taken up yoga and now I fell more relaxed / excited. (Relaxed)

  3. I’ve just passed my driving test and I’m worried / delighted. (De­lighted)

  4. I broke my friend’s mobile and he was furious / excited. (Furious)

  5. Did you feel nervous / angry before your audition? (Nervous)

  6. I get a bit bored / anxious before exams. (Anxious)

  7. I’m having a party soon and I’m really excited / angry. (Excited)

Write adjectives to answer the questions about you.

How do you feel:

  1. before exams?

  2. when you watch the news?

  3. when you listen to music?

  4. when it rains?

  5. before the summer holidays?

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Read the letters and  match them with the replies.

PROBLEM BUSTERS

Problems?

We’ll sort you out!

  1. I have a crush on this girl but I’m scared to ask her out. I know that when I ask her, she’ll turn me down. What shall I do?

  2. My friends think I’m happy but I’m not. I’m often depressed but I just don’t show it. Should I tell people about my feelings?

  3. I look young. I’m going to college soon and I’m worried that peo­ple will laugh at me. What can I do?

  4. I’m so upset! I need glasses but I look stupid if I wear them. What should I do?

  1. You should learn to express your feelings. When you feel sad, talk to someone. You won’t feel better unless you share your feelings with a friend. And your friendship will also grow stronger when you open to your friends.

  2. Just be yourself — if people tease you, don’t react and don’t be annoyed. There will always be people who love you just as you are. Remember  looking young isn’t so bad — you’ll look 30 when you are 50.

  3. If you don’t care of your eyes now, you’ll regret it later. Glasses make your life easier. You’ll see the difference when you start wearing them. And don’t worry! A lot of people look much better with their glasses than without.

  4. Just ask her out. She won’t know you’re interested unless you talk to her. If she turns you down, just move on. There are lots of other girls out there!

Which problem is the most serious? Why?

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Read an article about teens’ overweight. Identify which sections of the text (1-5) contain the answers to questions (A-G). There are two extra questions that have no answers in the sections.

PROBLEM NUMBER ONE FOR TEENS

  1. The word obesity means being so overweight that is bad for your health. Doctors work out if a person is obese by looking at how tall they are and how much they weigh.

  2. One in 25 children is now classed as being obese. With about one in ten kids already overweight, doctors are really worried about how this might affect children’s health when they are older. We’re putting on weight because we eat a lot more calories but now we don’t do as much exercise as we used to. Also, experts say portion sizes have got bigger, fast food is available everywhere and kids are encouraged to buy high fat and high sugar products adver­tised by celebs.

  3. Food is a fuel and everyone needs to eat to get energy. But you have to look at what’s in your food. All food and drink except wa­ter contains calories. If you eat more calories than you need then those calories aren’t used; the body stores it as fat. If you eat loads of extra calories, like a big chocolate bar, you should try and do some exercises to wear off that energy before it turns to fat.

  4. Being obese van be very dangerous to your health and doctors say that if you‘re overweight as a child you’re likely to be overweight as an adult. It’s linked to heart disease, cancer, strokes, high blood pressure and weak bones. It can also lead to emotional problems like being bullied and feeling down.

  5. Experts say you should enjoy your food but be careful about what you eat and remember to keep active. The government is trying to work out how to let you know what’s in your food. They may de­cide that food like burgers and chips should be served up with a warning that you should balance your meal with exercise — just like cigarettes have health warnings on them. Pop stars and sport stars may be banned from advertising fast food and high fat, high sugar snacks and drinks. And some vending machines in school have already been emptied and replaced with healthier options. Cooking lessons could also be included in you day, to help you learn how to prepare food that’s good for you.

  1. How do you become obese?

  2. What’s being done about the problem?

  3. Why do pop and sport stars advertise fast food?

  4. What does obese mean?

  5. How does overweight affect your health?

  6. Why do kids prefer fast food?

  7. Why is obesity a problem?

While-reading activity

Read the text using interactive reading strategies.

  1. Read the text using the following interactive reading strategy: put some marks on the margins:

S information you know;

  • information that contradicts your ideas;

+ new information;

? information you are interested in.

  1. While reading the texts the students use the following interactive reading strategies:

  • The most important information / Your comments.

  • I know / I want to know / I’ve known

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

Read about some typical problems teens have and advice by well- known stars given to them. The answers have been mixed up. Match questions (1-5) to answers (A-F). There is one extra an­swer which doesn’t match any question.

Questions

  1. I’m dreading going to summer camp because it’s always so clique- ish. How can I survive the dining hall drama and make new pals?

  2. My mom is always on my case about everything. I’m sick of fight­ing with her. What should I do?

  3. My buds are popular and pretty, but I feel like I’m not. Guys at my school even call me ugly. What can I do?

  4. This is hard to admit, but my boy friend is always saying mean things to me, like calling me fat and saying I’m stupid. What should I do?

  5. This girl in my neighbourhood is always talking smack about me. How can I keep her from ruining my entire summer?

Answers

  1. Try to be optimistic and keep a positive attitude! Time cures. You are sure to find true love. Remember there is always someone for everyone! — Christina

  2. Just ignore it. Saying something is just gonna drag the situation out. I’d say, be totally nice to her and kill her with kindness! (Lind­say Lohan)

  3. Don’t let their words get to you. People can be stupid, and that’s the truth! No one understood me at school, but now when I look back at it I just think it’s funny! (Nick Jonas)

  4. I’d usually just have one friend to sit with. There’s always going to be the clique-y tables and then the kids who don’t fit into any of the cliques. But I just kind of going with it. Once people get to know each other they usually end up hanging together away. (Ted­dy Geiger)

  5. It’s so sad when I hear stuff like that. If he wants you to change then obviously he doesn’t like you for you. Remember, you don’t need to act a certain way to have a boy-friend. Find someone who appreciates how cool you truly are! (Hilary Duff)

  6. It’s hard being a teen. You want your own space and feel like peo­ple are always in your business. But your parents are trying to help. Just remember that they love you and always will! (Beyonce)

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Prepare for the discussion: ”What do the teenagers have to do to avoid their problem


Опис уроку (учням цей опис не показується):

My dear friend, here is our “Lesson 5. Problem page”

Our objective are

  • introduce and activate some key vocabulary;

  • to prac­tise extensive and intensive reading skills;

  • to develop students’ speak­ing skills.

Today we continue to study a very interesting theme “Appearance and disposition”

You should carefully look through all the materials, study text files in this lesson. We will begin speaking and reading about the teenagers and their problems. You should do the exercises, read texts carefully and after that your skills will be better. If you don’t now some words you can search them in the vocabulary.

We also added some hyberlinks to make your study fun

Good luck

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